Happiness Is Free

And It's Easier Than You Think, Books 1 through 5, The Greatest Secret Edition
By Lester Levenson, Hale Dwoskin

When most of us think of the meaning of happiness, we conjure up a series of images such as material wealth, the love of family and friends, or the admiration of others. However, this is not the true essence of happiness; that is simply allowing...

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Honest Endings

A Social Worker's Life in the World of Hospice
By Katherine Cullen

On the surface, Honest Endings: A Social Worker’s Life in the World of Hospice by Katherine Cullen is a book written by a social worker about her hospice work. In actual fact, the book is much deeper. It is written by a human being who...

Headstrong

Surviving a traumatic brain injury
By JoAnne Silver Jones

Headstrong by JoAnne Silver Jones is a memoir of the author's recovery following a random assault that resulted in a traumatic brain injury. On her way to stay with her daughter to witness the inauguration of the United States' first black president, Jones takes a...

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Halfway There

Lessons at Midlife
By Elizabeth C. Haynes

Everyone's life is filled with memories, some pivotal, some insignificant but each one helps build the rich and unique tapestry of our existence. In this personal and inspirational memoir, Halfway There, Elizabeth C. Haynes recollects the moments in her life that have sparked the greatest...

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Hello, My Name Is Love

Please Allow Me To Reintroduce Myself
By Joshua Kaighen

Hello, My Name Is Love: Please Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself by Joshua Kaighen is an engaging book that gives new meaning to the word 'love' and helps readers interpret it with an entirely new perception. The book is all about Love and will encourage...

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How to Become an Ambassador

An American Foreign Service Odyssey
By Thomas Armbruster

How to Become an Ambassador: An American Foreign Service Odyssey is a work of non-fiction written in the true-life story and inspirational sub-genres, and was penned by author Thomas Hart Armbruster. This fascinating account offers advice for those who may be intrigued about working in...

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Her World

Creative Collections
By Her Place Any Region

An amazing compilation of photography, poetry, drawings, narratives, real-life events, and more, Her World: Creative Collections by Her Place Any Region brings together the thoughts and experiences of women from different parts of the world. The collection is divided into six categories: dejection, survival, hope,...

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Heart of a Lion

Our Journey of Faith and Courage
By Willie Burton, Brenda Burton, Barry Kienzle

Heart of a Lion: Our Journey of Faith and Courage by Willie Burton, Brenda Burton, and Barry Kienzle explores the miracle of daring and courage. It is the story of Willie Burton, born with cerebral palsy, and how his strong spirit and determination pushed him...

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How the WILD EFFECT Turned Me into a Hiker at 69

An Appalachian Trail Adventure
By Jane Congdon

Jane Congdon's How the WILD EFFECT Turned Me into a Hiker at 69: An Appalachian Trail Adventure is Congdon's memoir of her Appalachian Trail hikes, particularly in 2015. She was inspired by Cheryl Strayed's memoir "Wild," an account of Strayed's 1995 hike on the Pacific...

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How the Camp Fire Girls Won World War II . . . and Other Memories

By Rebecca G. Morris

How the Camp Fire Girls Won World War II . . . and Other Memories is a mostly time-linear series of short stories spanning the author's life. Rebecca G. Morris intentionally obscures which stories are fiction and which are not, but the feel is that...

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