Women Who Knew Jesus

By Bonnie Ring

In Women Who Knew Jesus, Dr. Bonnie Ring writes: “When the women of today are introduced to the stories of the encounters of Jesus with women, they often recognize their similarity to those women, feel the impact of that similarity and suddenly regard those women...

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A Warrior's Ride to Shine

A guide to awaken your inner strength on a bicycle
By Camilla Patten

A Warrior’s Ride to Shine tells the story of Camilla Patten, an intrepid woman who has fought to keep her “light” despite the many troubles life had in store for her. Born into a family where only male components were considered good for business, she...

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The Friendship Upgrade

Trade Clickable Connections for Friendships that Matter
By Heather Dugan

Do you have a deep need for friendship? Connection? Then it is time to plug in. The Friendship Upgrade: Trade Clickable Connections for Friendships that Matter by Heather Dugan demonstrates the reality of life as it exists now. The author speaks about her loneliness and...

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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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The Mompowerment Guide to Work-Life Balance

Insights from Working Moms on Balancing Career and Family
By Suzanne Brown

The Mompowerment Guide to Work-Life Balance: Insights from Working Moms on Balancing Career and Family by Suzanne Brown is a book that every working mom has to read, one that offers expert advice on navigating motherhood and professional life in a way that is efficient...

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The Light of Deaf Women

Inspirational Stories from Visionaries, Artists, Founders and Entrepreneurs
By Sofia Seitchik

The Light of Deaf Women: Inspirational Stories from Visionaries, Artists, Founders and Entrepreneurs by Deaf businesswoman and life coach Sofia Seitchik is a wonderful collection of mini-biographies accompanied by black-and-white photographs highlighting the achievements of almost 90 Deaf women. These women represent a variety of...

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Journeys of Discovery

A Divas That Care Book
By Candace Gish

As compiled by Candace Gish, Journeys Of Discovery: A Divas That Care Book is about twenty journeys by female entrepreneurs and coaches on life, business, and happiness. The celebration of women and what they can do for the greater good in our society. The book...

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Hindsight

Coming of Age on the Streets of Hollywood
By Sheryl Recinos

Hindsight: Coming of Age on the Streets of Hollywood is a non-fiction memoir penned by author Sheryl Recinos, who made the journey from being a homeless teenager to becoming an MD. Beginning with her life in a dysfunctional family unit, we go with Sheryl through...

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For Dear Life

Women's Decriminalization and Human Rights in Focus
By Carol Jacobsen

For Dear Life: Women's Decriminalization and Human Rights in Focus by Carol Jacobsen is a non-fiction book on the societal issue of females in incarceration in America and what life and the social justice system is like for women who commit crimes. In this book,...

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Lost Without the River

A Memoir
By Barbara Hoffbeck Scoblic

Barbara Hoffbeck Scoblic's Lost Without the River: A Memoir is about growing up on the family farmstead in South Dakota, and of the strong and continuing influence of those years and the farm itself long after she leaves home. In 1926 her parents, Roy and...

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