Tag Archives: Non-Fiction

Featured non-fiction books including biographies, memoirs, histories, how-to, self-help, education, reference and more!

Art Of Candle Making Business Startup: How to Start, Run & Grow a Million Dollar Success From Home!

Art Of Candle Making Business Startup: How to Start, Run & Grow a Million Dollar Success From Home! by Suzanne CarpenterIn this book, I don’t tell you how to make beautiful candles in few steps and then give you a few recipes to try, so you can start your own Candle making business. You can find that information anywhere, don’t have to buy my book to learn that.

Wait! Oh! I did that in this book. I did explain how to make Beautiful Candles, I also did give you a few simple recipes too. But I hope that is not why you bought this book. Continue reading

Supercharge Your Book Sales with Unbiased Reviews

Discover the simple secrets to getting free reviews by the truckload so you can skyrocket your book sales!

This results driven guide includes:

* how to get your books reviewed for FREE by legitimate unbiased reviewers
* mistakes you want to avoid when contacting prospective reviewers
* how to effectively track your submissions
* why you should never pay for reviews Continue reading

The Next Port

The Next PortThe Next Port by Heyward Coleman is a bold and entertaining memoir chronicling the five year voyage the author and his wife made sailing their 42-foot sailboat, Skimmer.

Readers will marvel at the warmth, generosity and wisdom the world had to offer them on this journey of a lifetime.

What began as letters to family and friends ultimately became an engaging book that chronicles the realization of a lifelong dream Continue reading

Smashing love addiction and love avoidance: Powerful healing strategies for deep rooted intimacy issues

When an emotionally abusive, narcissistic and controlling mother uses her son for having her own emotional needs met, she abandons him emotionally…

because she reverses the pyramid ie the child ends up being the spouse/parent as against the appropriate vice versa.

Due to abandonment, the child is shamed into believing he is worthless and reels under dark clouds of toxic shame all his life. The clouds weigh him down to the point that they thwart his ability to be intimate Continue reading

How to Become a Private Investigator

How to Become a Private InvestigatorBreak into the industry with little or no experience.

So you want to be a private investigator?

• Little or no law enforcement or related experience?
• Sick of sending resumes and calling companies only to hear ‘no’?
• Want to start your own business?
• Want to know what it’s really like being a P.I.?

A few years ago I was in exactly the same position. Continue reading

Individual Advantages: Find the I in Team (The I in Team Series Book 1)

Individual Advantages: Find the I in Team (The I in Team Series Book 1) by Brian Smith and Mary SmithThis book presents the reader with a meticulous way of achieving prosperity.

Utilizing storytelling and philosophy, the reader will undeniably be lead on a roller coaster of emotion through their own past as well as the past of the author. The author’s insights and advice on how to achieve personal fulfillment, overcome self-defeating behaviors, and realize individual influence is unparalleled. The book’s core messages—know yourself, hold yourself accountable for your actions and behavior, set realistic and measurable goals, strive to be the best you can be—are time honored. This book is designed to indulge every reader in success and does not adopt a “one size fits all” methodology. Continue reading

It’ll Be Okay: Finding God When Doubt Hides the Truth

A nationally-known Bible teacher addresses the healthy role doubt can play in a Christian’s life…

and encourages addressing doubts head-on to feed faith while teaching that misgivings and fears can be happily resolved through the grid of God’s Word—without leading to an unbelieving way of life.

“Feel like you’re the only Christian struggling with doubt? Think your faith is weak because you doubt? Then this book is well worth investigating.” – Amazon Reviewer Continue reading

Nail It! 7 Steps to Life & Business Mastery for Entrepreneurial Leaders

Nail It! 7 Steps to Life & Business Mastery for Entrepreneurial Leaders by Sudhana SinghNail It! is the exciting new book from bestselling author and leadership expert, Sudhana Singh.

This practical guide is crammed with insider tips, tools, advice and stories from successful entrepreneurial leaders, showing you how to nail life AND work.

In this contemporary take on life and leadership, executive coach Sudhana Singh helps you to: Continue reading

Marketing For Entrepreneurs and Small to Medium Businesses: The Definitive Guide to Driving Growth and Success

Today, small and medium businesses are faced with daunting challenges:

*Increasing global competition
*An unprecedented array of media and technologies
*New and evolving buyer expectations
*Demand for real-time and relevant brand engagement

To succeed in today’s environment, effective strategies are needed.
This book is for start-ups and established companies who want to grow their business. Continue reading

Perpetual Hell: A Memoir

Perpetual Hell: A Memoir by Wendy OthelloPerpetual Hell: A Memoir is my life story with a history lesson as a background for what I believe is a journey that began thousands of years before I was born.

I trace history back to ancient times before there was ever an America. Using historical events, I delve into the reality that has not only plagued African people but, all people of the world. Continue reading

Anomaly

It’s 3am…While most minds are in a blissful state of slumber, mine is wide awake conjuring and pondering endless thoughts.

Eyes are fixated on the dark popcorn ceiling above and ears are soaking in blue tunes as my autopilot mind becomes overwhelmed with the past, future and every cherry topped dream in between. These thoughts range from warm and fuzzy to dark and slightly crippling.

Sometimes I wish that my mind had an off switch so that I could power down at night. Continue reading

Blue Sky Lightning: How To Survive And Thrive When Life Blindsides You

Blue Sky Lightning How To Survive And Thrive When Life Blindsides You by Jeff KuhnAll of us deal with trauma, lightning bolts that disrupt our lives in small or devastating ways. But no matter what you’re facing, you can recover—through strength, fortitude, and belief.

Jeff Kuhn survived the unthinkable: burns over 80 percent of his body and a rare neuromuscular disease. Despite it all, Jeff found the courage to keep moving on. In Blue Sky Lightning, he shares both his unbelievable journey through trauma and what those experiences taught him Continue reading

Invest, Reinvest, Rest: Investment Advice for All Generations

Justin and Judy start with $2000. One becomes a millionaire, the other a multi-millionaire. Why does one do better than the other?

You’ll find the answer in my book, INVEST REINVEST REST: INVESTMENT ADVICE FOR ALL GENERATIONS.

“It’s just as though she is coaching you step by step” is what one reviewer said about my book. Continue reading

Skin in the Game: The Stories My Tattoos Tell

Skin in the Game: The Stories My Tattoos Tell is Kelly Mendenhall’s autobiographical debut as an author.

In the book, Kelly tells of the significant events and pivotal moments of her life by way of recounting the stories behind her eclectic collection of tattoos. Those moments include the death of her father as a young girl, surviving the physical and sexual abuse she endured as an adolescent, the gut-wrenching loss of friends who died too young, and so much more. Continue reading

My Secret Escape: Restore Your Dignity, Transform Your Body (it’s this way…)

This book shares Shelley’s 7-step process to weight loss mastery that she created to lose 90 pounds.

She’s kept the weight off 10+ years and has successfully coached many women in her common sense, no judgement process that works.

Shelley is the Creator & Founder of Losing Coach®, the international weight loss coaching program for women. After successfully losing and keeping off 90 pounds on her own, Shelley created her seven step process to help other women do the same. Continue reading

Secondhand Scotch: How One Family Survived in Spite of Themselves

Secondhand Scotch: How One Family Survived in Spite of Themselves by Cathy CurranWhen your grandparents make bathtub gin and go shopping with funny money, and your dad flaunts his degree from the school of hard knocks, you grow up learning that “life ain’t no got-dem picnic.”

These lessons are handed down to Cathy Curran by Eastern European immigrants who learned how to survive caring little for aesthetics–“if it worrrks, who gives a got-dem what da hell it looks like.” Continue reading

Escape from Uncle Sam’s Plantation

A teacher for over two decades, Edward Temple knows all about what your kids are learning in school.

He has teaching experience in rural schools and big city schools in Florida, Pennsylvania, and in Ohio.

He has wanted to speak out for many years but feared losing his job.

Mr. Temple finally made the escape and is now teaching at a Christian school where he has the freedom to expose the truth. Continue reading

Moving Forward

Sometimes in life, when one door closes, another door opens. Yet, we spend so much time looking at the closed door, and we ignore the open door of opportunity, love, and advancement. That’s not the case for Juanita Jackson.

In Moving Forward, Author Juanita Jackson tells her courageous story of moving forward in challenging circumstances. While abandoned by her parents, she found the beauty in her warm and compassionate grandparents who filled in the gap. Continue reading

Fool Me Twice: Confessions of a Perpetual Internet Dating Neophyte

Fool Me Twice: Confessions of a Perpetual Internet Dating Neophyte by Jules HannafordFrom her carefree early life on a farm in rural South Australia to a marriage that was broken even before it began, then living as a struggling single mother and navigating a string of bad romances – this is the story of a woman whose lessons in life – and love – have been learned the hard way.

Jules Hannaford grew up living an idyllic childhood, full of fun and adventures. Continue reading

Spanish Stories: A Dual-Language Book (Dover Dual Language Spanish) Revised ed. Edition

Spanish Stories A Dual-Language Book Dover Dual Language Spanish Revised Edition by Angel FloresDesigned for the lover of fine literature as well as the intermediate language student, this dual-language book contains 13 great, representative Spanish short stories.

Chronologically arranged to illustrate the development of the story form in Spanish, the stories are presented both in Spanish and English, enabling students to learn a language while simultaneously studying literary classics. Continue reading

Costa Rica: Spanish Travel Phrases for English Speaking Travelers

Costa Rica: Spanish Travel Phrases for English Speaking Travelers by Sarah RetterDo you want to travel with ease and elegance getting what you need when you need it? This is the solution for your communication problems when you travel to Costa Rica.

The most useful 1,000 phrases to get around when travelling in Costa Rica. You can access the phrase you need by using a clickable table of contents that will lead you to the topic you are looking for Continue reading

I am a Runner: The Memoirs of a Sepsis Survivor

I am a Runner: The Memoirs of a Sepsis Survivor by Maria Papalia-Meier and Pamela Ackerson“You’ll never be able to run again.”

From running half marathons to being the sickest person in the hospital, Maria Papalia-Meier fought the river of death, and won.

Life changing moments, amputations, and negative thoughts refused to keep her down. With her rock-hard stubbornness, positive self-empowerment and persistence, she grabbed hope and unflinching faith to face the life handed to her. Her story offers an honest, tough-love approach to defeating pre-determined opinions, and self-imposed limitations. She refused to give up or give in. Continue reading