By Irina Soriano
By Tara Ford, PA-C
By Eric Alva with Candi S. Cross
The Adventures of Guy Van Cleve
By Jan Knuth
A one-of-a-kind romp through the haunted house industry as defined by women owners, creators, and storytellers all over the nation—and featuring a few good men.
By Trace Sherer
Once upon a time, gritty Texan trial attorney Trace Sherer aspired to be one of the greatest doctors of all time. Instead, he became a patient. A patient of positivity. Despite a terrifying diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in 1999, Trace sought the good in every moment. A transformed mindset gave him the strength to fight the debilitating effects of primary-progressive MS that tagged him as a corpse within two years.
By Kathryn Burmeister, ESQ.
Do you judge yourself? Are you your own worst critic? Are you truly happy? What if you could learn to eradicate, or at least tame, the self-judgment, quiet the critic, and embrace your chance to live a fulfilling life? It takes letting go of the status quo that always demands you do more, to attain more, to be more.
By Adriana Jaymes
Running from Bears shows just how easy it is to fall into a master manipulator’s trap, especially if your childhood is full of practice runs. But the courageous disentanglement can be a wakeup call for learning to live deliciously.
#1 New Release in Grief & Loss! Featuring Nancy Pelosi and Alyssa Milano
“This book offers powerful and heartening lessons on how we can help one another move forward and build a safer, more just world.” —Gabby Giffords
Find the Helpers tells the story of Fred Guttenberg’s journey since his daughter Jaime’s death in the 2018 Parkland school shooting and how he has been able to get through the worst of times thanks to the kindness and compassion of others, including former VP Joe Biden and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.
By Todd A. Weiler
With a foreword by Sean Astin
In his debut book, Todd A. Weiler brings a colorful lifetime of experiences from serving in the U.S. Air Force and the Clinton and Obama Administrations, to the policy challenges faced in a new age of equality and its effect on the safety and security of the nation.
By Steve Knuth
The authorized biography of Steve Knuth, CEO of AgWest Commodities, is a recovery story about a man of many missions. Getting and staying sober after 25 years of blackout drinking was the hardest mission to accomplish. However, add to that daily battle the task of saving dozens of family farms from the volatile markets of agriculture in rural Nebraska, and you have a 21st century superhero.
By Tricia Brouk
With over thirty years of experience in film, TV, and theater, Tricia Brouk uses her platform to create a safe, inclusive space for others. A compilation of stories, personal and historical, that remind us of the power of our voice—along with practical techniques for how to use your voice, on stage and off, in a way that will be the most effective.
By Guy Van Cleve
A charming adventure-travel series that reminds us to use our senses to live a rich life every day.
By Sharon Holand Gelfand
You are the expert destined for mastery over your wellbeing! Unapologetic healthcare disruptor Sharon Holand Gelfand lays out an exclusive formula for connecting to what your body is saying and getting to the root of symptoms, understanding the connection and what it means for you and your lifestyle, and taking action, trusting yourself and transforming your life.
By Janet loli
Deep, impactful change toward the breath of new life. Ultimate alignment of heart, mind, soul. A guided journey in this book will prompt you to let go of incessant pleasing, proving, and polishing. You will integrate the voice of your inner wise woman into a declaration of who you are, what you believe, and what you are committed to.
By John Holowaty
Choices may have numerous ingredients to mix and stir, but in the end, they all come down to fear or fortune. John Holowaty’s hope is that this guide both reminds you that you do have choices and steers you toward your own fortune.
By Lori Maney Lentini
Forty million people in the United States are diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and millions more are hiding in the shadows and suffering alone for fear of the stigma associated with having a mental illness. Anxiety Insights offers a better understanding of anxiety issues, connection with others who suffer, coping strategies, and most of all, hope. Complete with raw, triumphant mini memoirs.
By Wendy Heckelman, Pd.D.
Change and Thrive offers a breakthrough approach, the 5C’s of Transition Leadership®, rooted in emotional intelligence, organizational psychology and retention methods, with support tools and checklists. This powerful guide will enable you to navigate any change initiative with the confidence and skills necessary for an experiential spectrum rather than a single event.
By Tye Elliott
How do you spin striking moments of drama in the outfield with an alien sighting and a baseball contract that must be hand-delivered on the other side of the country in 24 hours? …Oh, that’s just a few of the trials and tribulations of the Elliott boys in their lifetime journey. Sharing lessons and jokes along the way (courtesy of his late father), Tye Elliott informs us that Diamonds Are a Man’s Best Friend,too.
By Mitch Markson
Author, consultant and “idea whisperer,” Mitch Markson, wrote The Imagination Playbook to remind us that there is an idea laboratory in everyone’s mind—unlimited and waiting, ready to be activated. In this visually explosive and interactive book, he shares the lessons and secrets from a lifetime of experience; one that recognizes that a healthy mix of strategic process, gut instinct, trial and error, experimentation, and mixing it up with strange bedfellows, can lead us to a new outer space of imaginative possibilities. Let the imagination therapy session begin!
By Cindy Willcocks
Cindy Willcocks’s book will empower you to actively listen, remember roots, take ownership of experiences and develop the confidence to say what you mean and mean what you say. Everything is possible when you apply L.O.V.E. Leadership at work and home. Conduct yourself as a leader of you and succeed.
By Richard Leo
The transition from college to corporate America can be filled with high hopes and vast mystery. But what if you could follow a formula for navigating all the steps you encounter? Richard Leo, former VP and CFO of Northrup Grumman, offers the inside scoop of what other execs won’t tell you.
By Michael Haigwood Goodroe
Supported by documentation and interviews, Michael Goodroe’s heartfelt memoir traces the sustained challenges and turbulent journey he faced. His life was plagued by failures and developmental progress was not always obvious, but Michael was finding his own unique path. What Autism Gave Me is a powerful reminder that the human drive to succeed is stronger than any diagnosis.
By Susan MacKenty Brady
How many times did your inner critic pop up and talk you down today? Or, tell you someone else sucks? Is your inner critic running rampant, thwarting your advancement as a leader, your ingenuity as an artist, or your compassionate center as a mother and wife? You may have never called your inner critic out or confronted its brutal ramblings until now, but it’s time! There are other proven hurdles, too, as you seek to advance. Linkage EVP Susan MacKenty Brady expertly guides you to the victory that will change your life.
By Mark Hannum
From the accelerating leadership development company, Linkage, author Mark Hannum helps you become. Through adoption of 5 purposeful leadership commitments, every individual can continuously, consciously, and intentionally improve for the benefit of themselves, their organizations, and the marketplaces or ecosystems in which their organizations operate.
By Aubrey C. Daniels & Alice D. Lattal
Bring out the best in people through the application of the optimistic science of behavior and its demonstrated truth about the unlimited potential of human beings. (Sloan Publishing)
By Ava St. Pierre & Shereé Cogburn
As a multi-title pageant holder, Ava ST. Pierre achieved her best on stage with focus, vigor, poise and exquisite beauty. Most importantly, Ava burst through the cycle of debilitating mental illness that her mother suffered from and effectuated in violence toward her and her siblings. Ava followed her father’s lead—to live a life of genuine empathic compassion and enlightenment, helping others survive after the storm and speaking up for the helpless and haunted. With assistance by her daughter and co-author, Shereé Cogburn, Ava ST. Pierre’s story demonstrates the beauty within.
By Samantha Holvey
Imagine being a star athlete and beauty queen, then waking up one morning with half of your face paralyzed, unable to open your eyelid or breathe. Guillain-Barré syndrome, an inflammatory disorder of the peripheral nerves outside the brain and spinal cord, affects 1 in 100,000 people. A former Miss North Carolina USA tells her story of battling GBS and how a mission trip to rural Cuba revived her spirit. (CreateSpace)
By Chris Arrendale
Deliverability is the art and science of getting emails into the Inbox. The book dives deep into multiple areas of email deliverability including bounces, complaints, spam traps, content, authentication, compliance, and more. You will learn how to better deliver marketing emails to the major ISPs, network filters, and mailbox providers. Read about “tales from the trenches” to learn how certain marketers have successfully traveled the path from purgatory to paradise!
By Connie Mack
Inspired by true events, Connie Mack’s novel is set along the bayou, where heroin addiction, scandalous family secrets, a corrupt prison and rapturous love come to roost. Mack’s characters are so colorful and lovable (even the criminals), readers can only hope for the sequel. (Archway Publishing)
By Brian Gatesk
In this atmospheric thriller, meet Jack Shot, a bartender with a happy-go-lucky attitude, content to drift through life at his leisure…until one night a strange man pulls up a seat at the bar and flips his life on end. (Melange Books)
Medical White Paper
This white paper commissioned by BreatheWear is loaded with insights and solutions to what the World Health Organization has deemed a “global health epidemic.” Contributing experts include Andrew Pugliese, MD, a 3x Board Certified physician in Infectious Disease, Internal Medicine and Sleep Medicine, and Carolyn Campo, principal of Carolyn Campo Consulting, who possesses more than 20 years of experience in sleep medicine practices across the spectrum of care.
Inspirational Leadership by Steve Akinboro
Inspirational Leadership50 Promises: Faith-Based Strategies for Health, Wealth and HappinessBy Steve AkinboroSteve Akinboro’s autobiographical vignettes, paired with spiritual teachings, will help you discover the answers and guide you to abundance, transcending any previous definition of the term as we know it. (Next Century Publishing)
Entertainment and Humor By Kyle Milligan
With the help of friends and booze, David seeks to turn around his luck with the ladies to write his own erotic novel before his dwindling bank account dries up and he finds himself living on a park bench. Will he master the art of seduction in time? (All99 Publishing)
Psychological Thriller by Judith Russell
In this much-anticipated sequel of Judith Russell’s To Clair, years of preparation have given The Brotherhood a maniacal plan to be tromped by the ghost of a previous kill. Preacher Edward Clower and his followers have one objective: to keep the white race pure. (Melange Books)
Industrial Engineering by Ryan Burge
Covering the technologies, systems and processes that are emerging in hospitals and the White House to repair healthcare in the United States, Burge’s guide presents a systems approach to changing the way healthcare professionals do business and take care of their patients. (CRC Press)
Memoir by Eustacia Cutler
A memoir in its second printing, the book chronicles Eustacia Cutler’s story of raising her autistic daughter, Temple Grandin, an internationally renowned animal sciences professor and designer of livestock handling facilities. Thorn details life in the fifties, when autistic children were routinely diagnosed as “infant schizophrenics” and wrongly institutionalized. (Future Horizons-Autism Books)
Manufacturing by Shigeyasu Sakamoto
An industrial engineering practice and theory guide, Sakamoto’s book shows why a return to traditional management techniques in the automotive and semiconductor industries can help companies meet today’s challenges in the manufacturing sector. (Springer)
Workplace Performance By Don Brown and Bill Hawkins
A management book written for every business leader, this is an essential road map for capturing the full potential of a workforce. Backed with a foreword by Marshall Goldsmith, Harvard Business Review’s “#1 Leadership Thinker,” Brown and Hawkins have created a revolutionary approach to energizing teams. (McGraw-Hill Professional)