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More Nitty-Gritty Grammar: Another Not-So-Serious Guide to Clear Communication

by Hope Edith Fine & Judith Pinkerton Josephson

Who or whom? Lay or lie? Conjunction, pronoun, predicate, or gerund? If such questions and terms leave you scratching your head, you need the hip and fun follow-up to NITTY-GRITTY GRAMMAR. With a new, easy-to-use...


The Trickster Brain: Neuroscience, Evolution, and Narrative

by David Williams

The Trickster Brain: Neuroscience, Evolution, and Nature by David Williams looks at literature from an evolutionary, biological, and neurological perspective. He uses the Trickster character as he/she appears...


The Fifth Decade: Is It Just My Life or Is It Perimenopause

by Deborah R Wagner

The "Fifth Decade" enlightens women and their families about the shifts to women's emotional states, their bodies and their sense of wellbeing during their midlife years. With balanced, accessible and humorous...


Human Motor Control

by David A. Rosenbaum

Motor Control is a complex process that involves the brain, muscles, limbs, and often external objects. It underlies motion, balance, stability, coordination, and our interaction with others and technology....


Me? Depressed?: A Thirty-Something Woman's Story of Depression From Disbelief to Discovery

by Beth-Sarah Panton Wright

"Me? Depressed?", is an evocative, spiritual and honest chronicling of clinical depression, written from the perspective of a thirty-something, well-educated, Christian, professional, Jamaican woman, mother...


Like Shattered Glass

by Colleen Lewis

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID, formerly Multiple Personality Disorder or MPD) is the separation of self which sometimes occurs following extreme child abuse trauma. These selves are referred to as alters....


How We Survived Our Difficult Child and Learned to Thrive

by Freda Malian

This is the true story of Ben, who has an undiagnosed disorder, which manifests itself in unpredictable behaviour. It is told by Freda Malian, a practising psychotherapist for over 30 years, with the help of...


Ideas Don't Die

by Linda Flynn

Ideas Don't Die' is a children's picture book which deals with the issue of death at various metaphorical levels. It is designed to help children cope with the loss of a loved one, in this instance a grandmother,...


Howard Flinch: An Introvert in a State of Angst

by Brendan Reason

Everyone is to some degree their own schizophrenic. Brendan feels it is his job in life as a committed schizophrenic to pass on his experiences in coping with this 'disease'. Brendan feels he has a lot to offer...


Ayshe, An Anatolian Tale

by Fatma Durmush

This book started life as a short story in a children's writing group. 'Anatolian Tale' is about the backwaters of Turkey; it is a story of Ayshe growing up in Anatolia and the hardships she endures. Girls in...


Berty Tumblefluff and Friends

by Lee Pritchett

Berty Tumblefluff and Friends' is collection of magical, illustrated fairytale / children's fantasy stories about boys, girls, wizards, witches, dragons, goblins talking animals and more. The book contains sequel...


I Thought I Was the King of Scotland

by Jimmy Gilmour

This is who I thought I would be. I knew I would be able to write a small book after my second breakdown, but I am not very good at wording things, but I have tried my best. These false beliefs went on until...


In Company of Brute

by Durlabh Singh

Under the impact of the dark forces of hostility and indifference, the author suffers a mental breakdown. Slowly he fights back, aided by his writings, to regain semblance of sanity and human dignity. A pilgrim's...


Out of the Slippery Pit

by Linda Palucci

Garth Brooks had a song a few years back- "The Dance" even now when I hear it, I cry. "I could have missed the pain, but I'd have had to miss the Dance" But lots of things still make me cry. I know I am not...


Barkin: Short Stories from the World of Psychosis

by Deirdre Geraghty

This short collection of stories gives the reader a real, tangible and understandable description of the ideas, feelings and processes by which someone enters a period of psychosis. Geraghty's considerable gift...


On Anti-Psychiatry: An Essay

by Mark Ellerby

Mark Ellerby's essay on anti-psychiatry is a well-balanced, open minded analysis of this new and divisive movement. Mark uses his experience as a mental health service user to explore the backlash against traditional...


Mary's Story: A Moment of Madness?: A Moment of Madness?

by Lynne Garnham-King

The book is Mary's story. It is a true story. It is about a psychotic experience with a supernatural twist! I had the good fortune to meet Mary during my role as a counselor. Mary claimed that she had been hearing...


Look

by John C. V. Fisher

Born 8 December 1979 in London, John Fisher is interested in making original literary constructions and trips in verse of which this book is an example. This is his third book to be published by Chipmunka and...


Bi-Polar Recovery: TWENTY YEARS OF MANIC DEPRESSION AND MEDICATION

by Suzan Arisoy

Suzan Arisoy has had Bi-polar Disorder for twenty years. Over the course of those years, she wrote some poems that she feels describe the essence of her experience from 'the inside out'. They are published here,...


I Stood At The Edge of Space On a Tightrope

by Elizabeth Oates

My book is about a journey about myself who used to live with various mental health problems and I now manage them so I can lead a successful healthy family lifestyle. It is a collection of poems I have written...