Forgiveness is Free!

Don't Cost You Nothing
By Yvette Wilson Bentley

Forgiveness Is Free (Don’t Cost You Nothing) by Yvette Wilson Bentley is the story of a young woman who endured many different types of wrongs inflicted on her throughout her lifetime, from bullies, to being sexually assaulted to feeling like she had lost her dearest...

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A Better Wor(l)d

This World Is Our Word
By Louwrens Boomsma

This world of ours was created by One who shared life, light and all that is beautiful, all that is love. Looking deeper within ourselves, we can find the creative spark that makes all things full of love and beauty, full of light and life....

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You're Still Not Doing This?!

25 Well-Established Ways to Elevate Your Health, Happiness, and Overall Awesomeness
By Bryan Andrew Moore (author) and Jen Aranyi (illustrator)

You're Still Not Doing This?! 25 Well-Established Ways to Elevate Your Health, Happiness, and Overall Awesomeness by Bryan Andrew Moore is a simple yet substantial guide to improve the quality of your life. Illustrated by Jen Aranyi, most of the tips are no doubt familiar, but...

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First Mistake

Facing Death, Finding Life
By D.J. Chang

Spiritually rich, emotionally gripping, and intelligently written, First Mistake: Facing Death, Finding Life by D.J. Chang is a book about death, about a powerful spiritual connection, about love and meaning, a book for readers who hunger for more truth than this world can reveal. It...

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Wholly Unmanageable

A tragicomic memoir of rehab, rebellion and raging thirst
By Angela Chase

Wholly Unmanageable is a heartfelt memoir by Angela Chase, self described as ‘A tragicomic memoir of rehab, rebellion and raging thirst’. Focusing on the extreme difficulties of living with alcohol addiction, this is the story of Angela’s visit to Paterson Place, an Ottawa rehab that...

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Inch by Inch

Pain. Survival. Inspiration.
By Donna LeClair

Inch by Inch by Donna LeClair is a thought-provoking amalgamation of life lessons and stories told from the perspective of inspirational women who overcome adversity to make a difference in the future of humankind. Negative thought processes regarding mankind and misfortune are challenged and positive...

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The Mystic Chaplain

My Story
By Kathy Collins

Fighting a fast-growing breast cancer and having severe side effects from the chemotherapy presented a seemingly insurmountable challenge to this strong woman. But, a new way of being was presented to her. She was awakened to the unlimited possibilities of the metaphysical, spiritual world. The...

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The Amazing Afterlife of Animals

Messages and Signs From Our Pets On The Other Side
By Karen A Anderson

In this age of heightened psychic understanding and awareness, animal communication and its practitioners have gained both increasing credibility and respect. Consequently, a genre previously devoted to the afterlife of humans has expanded to include the afterlife of animals, and in her book titled on...

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The Kokomo Railroad

By Susan Giffin and Charles Edward Lockert

The Kokomo Railroad by Susan Giffin and Charles Edward Lockert is not about building a railroad. It is one of the most penetrating stories of investigative journalism that I have ever read! It exposes the deep-rooted malaise of corruption, racism, bigotry and ‘sheer cussedness,’ as...

How Heather Got Her HAT'ness Back

By Heather Costaras

How Heather Got Her HAT'ness Back by Heather Costaras introduces readers to Hat who was so nicknamed when the author was young and carefree. Hat liked to climb trees as she was a tomboy and she spent a lot of time drawing. Hat found fun...

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