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Chosen for Charlie: When God Gifts You with a Special-Needs Child

by Jen Forsthoff

“I chose you to be her mom.”

When faced with a diagnosis that says your child will never be “normal” or that he or she will always have “special needs,” you don’t feel chosen. You feel fearful,...


More than Money: Being a Steward of All God's Given You

by Calvin Partain

More than Money offers believers principles of whole-life stewardship enabling them to do all God intended with all God has given them.


After Life: Solving Science and Religion's Great Disagreement

by Matthew O'Neil

What happens to us when we die? It’s a question that has been debated for centuries, moulded through time to fit our ever changing views.

 

Many religions teach that how we act in our life will determine...


The Road to Parnassus: Artist Strategies in Contemporary Art : Rise and Success of Glasgow Artist Douglas Gordon and of the wider YBA generation

by Diego Mantoan

How can one become a successful artist? Where should one start a career in the art world? What are useful strategies to achieve recognition in the art system? Such questions hoard in students' minds ever since...


Journey to the Heart Centre

by John J Rieger

This is the third book in the trilogy, and is in part, my autobiography that focuses on four years of my journey, (1997 - 2000). This book contains selected entries from my journals along with messages I received...


My Journey -  Three Levels of Healing:  Feeling, healing and understanding Emotions

by John J Rieger

This is the second book in the trilogy and contains key mental and emotional insights and understandings that I've gained through three profound healing experiences that were the result of finally ending my...


Journeys from the Heart Centre : Meditation as a tool for healing and self-empowerment

by John J Rieger

This is the first book in the trilogy, and is a how-to manual and guide for Empaths who desire to understand their feelings and emotions, and heal and empower themselves. If you think/feel that your life and...


Who Stole My Spear?

by Tim Samuels

Of the 200,000 years homo sapiens has been wandering this planet, this has to be the most absurd and challenging time to be a man...

How can you hunt and gather in an open-plan office?

Is monogamy fighting a...


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A Royal Patient: Young Doctor Axel Munthe and Crown Princecss Victoria of Sweden-Norway

by Ingar Palmlund

A story about a young man who goes out into the world, meets trials, and finds a princess — so what’s new?

The young man is adventurous Axel Munthe from Stockholm, Sweden, desiring to become a doctor and...


One For My Baby: A Sinatra Cocktail Companion

by Tom Smith

The book introduces us to Sinatra's life and art seen from an unconventional point of view: Ol' Blue Eyes' prodigious appetite for alcohol. Drinking was an integral part of his character, his lifestyle and (by...


Beyond the High Blue Air

by Lu Spinney

Aged just 29, gifted, athletic and loved, Lu Spinney's son Miles was on the brink of a brilliant future. Then a snowboarding accident changed everything. He suffered a devastating head injury and was left in...


The 100 Kilo Case: The True Story of an Irish Ex-NYPD Detective Protected by the Mafia, and one of the Most Infamous Drug Busts in New York City

by James Durney

Peter Daly was nineteen when he left Donegal, bound for America. Nine years later, in 1961, following a stint with the US Army, he joined the New York Police Department.

His beat was the Lower East Side of Manhattan...


Ride! Ride! Ride!

by Mark Wellings

The early 21st century has been a golden age for British track cycling, with world championship glory for the likes of Chris Hoy, Bradley Wiggins and Victoria Pendleton, and Olympic medals galore.

Tracing the...


The Hot Topic

by Christa D'Souza

There has never been a better time to be a menopausal woman. Technology is such that 60 really is the new 40 (or even 35)...

But, for Christa D'Souza, some nagging questions remain... What is the point of us...


Just Soup

by Henrietta Clancy

WELCOME TO THE NEW SUPERFOOD...

Soup is the ultimate diet food - the secret to losing weight and staying healthy.

- It’s low in calories, and keeps you fuller for longer.

- It gives you a big portion of your...


A Natural History of the Hedgerow: and ditches, dykes and dry stone walls

by John Wright

It is difficult to think of a more quintessential symbol of the British countryside than the British Hedgerow, bursting with blackberries, hazelnuts and sloes, and home to oak and ash, field mice and butterflies....