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Genre(s): Self-Help, Happiness, Success, Advice & How-to, Health Mind & Body
L ife is meant to be lived with purpose. Before Rachel Karu could speak, she longed to be a singer and performer. But like all of us, Rachel was born with Gremlins- inner voices that hate change and demand the staus quo. These perpetual tapes clung to her mind like shackles threatening to derail her at every turning point. At the lead of Rachel’s gang was the toughest of them all: Perfectionism.
In STEPPING INTO MORE: Lessons from a Recovering Perfectionist, Rachel details her personal journey of wrangling and ultimately co-existing with her Gremilins. We are born with strengths and development areas. Our goal is to create a fulfilling life and we all need some guidance along the way.
Intended as a tool, this guide offers support as you grapple with your own Gremlins and higher self, so that you learn how to make clear, conscious choices that lead to a wonderful, expansive life. Rachel’s story and the reflective questions at the end of each chapter are designed to serve as a stepping stone for you to reconnect to and honor your passions, values, and dreams.
Genre(s): Christian Books & Bibles, Catholicism, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity
A Catholic Perspective on American History.
History is the key to understanding men-whether as nations, families, or individuals. For Catholics, history has an even higher purpose beside. For them, history is the unfolding of God’s Will in time, and the attempts of men either to conform themselves to or to resist that Will. But American Catholic historians have generally refrained from exploring their own national history with these principles, preferring instead to adopt the analysis of their non-Catholic colleagues, save when looking at purely Catholic topics (and sometimes not then). It is vital then, for Catholics, especially young Catholics, to have a good and proper understanding of their country’s history. To exercise their patriotism, they must work for the conversion of the United States; to do this effectively, they must understand the forces and events which brought forth not only the religion of Americanism and the country itself, but also the sort of Catholicism which, in 300 years, failed so dismally to bring this conversion about. This book attempts to reinterpret the better known episodes of our history in accordance with the Faith, and to point up lesser-known details which will give factual proof of the truth of this reinterpretation.
Genre(s): Humor & Entertainment, Humor, Satire, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction
D o you ever get one of those moments when you want to lose yourself in a book that is totally magical, brimming with imagination and fantasy, and entertaining from start to finish? This book by the very talented Jonathan Gould is the very thing that delivers on all counts.
Jonathan Gould is a master at “Adult Fables”…Turning his talents to a full length novel – Magnus Opum – Gould creates an even richer world and experience…
Magnus Opum is an epic fantasy that’s slightly skewed – Tolkien with a twist.
Magnus Opum is a wonderful story – there’s no doubt about that. Magnus has a quest and he embraces it fully, it takes him to new places and he encounters new races during his adventures. However, it’s the things that Magnus learns that really make this story shine for me.
It takes a quiet approach to its storytelling, but also regales the reader with a frothy sprinkling of satire and wit.
At the end of the day, the story of Magnus Mandalora of the small homely village of Lower Kertoob is fun, funny, educational, and a master work of both parody AND satire rolled into an easy-to-read family-friendly story.
- Jeremy Rodden, author of Kindle bestselling cartoon novel – Toonopolis: Gemini (Toonopolis Files, #1)
For more stories that stand out from the crowd, check out these other books by Jonathan Gould
*** Doodling: The unexpected adventures of a man who fell off the world (because it was moving too fast). Douglas Adams meets Lewis Carroll (with just a dash of Gulliver’s Travels).
*** Scribbling: More strange and unexpected adventures for Neville Lansdowne.
*** Flidderbugs: A political satire, a fable, or maybe just a funny little story about a bunch of bugs with some very peculiar obsessions.
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Historical, War, Historical Fiction
“ When the character of a man is not clear to you, look at his friends.” Culminating a bitter-sweet epic and traditional coming-of-age story, ‘Eyes Behind Belligerence’ sets precedence to fear and hatred, to families torn apart, and to the calloused response of internment camps. While two Japanese-American families endure the wake of Pearl Harbor’s wrath, each member must face the most painful question of their life: Where does their loyalty stand?
Told in five parts, this novel unravels the challenges between two unlikely Nisei friends, Jim and Russell, into adulthood during the Second World War. As restrictions are imposed, (even in the safe, rural community of Bainbridge Island,) as harassments escalate, (including the F.B.I. invading their homes and deporting their fathers to Montana for espionage trials,) the fated day arrives: evacuation of all Japanese civilians. Rounded up like cattle, tagged, they are hauled to the fringes of Death Valley: Manzanar. Together they must survive racism, gang violence, and the harsh elements of the environment. Together they must prove their loyalty, especially after a tragic riot on the eve of Pearl Harbor’s anniversary. While Russell enlists in a segregated army, becoming part of one the most decorated units in U.S. history, Jim is sent to a different camp for the “No-No” boys: those who are marked disloyal. Removed from their families, they are forced to reevaluate their identities and discover, most importantly, what it means to forgive.
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Horror, Occult, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Paranormal
N othing like being the “new kid on the slab,” as Rip Porter quickly finds out when a robbery goes wrong. Thanks to four shots from a policeman’s gun, he wakes up in the The Final Glory Cemetery, home to an assortment of ghosts, ghouls, and poltergeists. No sooner is Rip interred than he finds his final resting place isn’t as restful as the brochures would lead him to believe, thanks to his rather different neighbors.
Meet Nattie Birnbaum, Rip’s erstwhile Guardian Angel; Gracie, the Welcome Committee of one; Chester, the checkers champ and resident in charge of the comings and goings of the dearly departed. It’s a cozy neighborhood and Rip is going to find out how he can fit in. Welcome, Rip Porter, to the first day of the rest of your death.
“Salt of the Earth” is a stand-alone novella — approximately 30,500 words and 66 pages.
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Adventure, Paranormal
W hat would you do if you woke up to find your identical twin sister transformed into a human-size rat? What would you do if an Egyptian mummy comes to life and declares you the Chosen One who must find the Purple Staff of Death and lead a battle?
Twelve-year-old Isis Firma finds the idea of leading a battle totally illogical. But when her identical twin sister is kidnapped, she must discover the strength to rescue her sister from aliens who plan to feed on human schoolchildren.