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Moving doesn’t have to suck: The move book that explains how to say goodbye to your friends & adjust to your new home by Dean Sowod
Let’s face it: moving absolutely sucks! That was the first and only thought going through my head during my first move. And the one after that. And the one after that. And the one after that.
Moving is stressful, but we tend to focus so much on how to move (How do I find a new place, how do I box everything up, how do I get somewhere new) that we tend to forget the emotion involved. Moving often means saying goodbye to friends, moving means saying goodbye to family, and moving means saying goodbye to consistency in our lives. In other words, relocation sucks!
The Path of Leashed Resistance: The Buddy System by Beth Hading-Yostlot
This book is a hilarious and heartbreaking look into the life of a remarkable family that fell into canine rescue completely by accident, but now lives to protect and care for their dogs absolutely on purpose. An awe-inspiring read for anyone who loves dogs!
When Robert and Beth Hading-Yostlot rescued Buddy Lee, they had no idea what they had started. How one dog would spark such compassion in them for abused and abandoned animals. But that spark turned into a blazing fire that burned brighter and hotter than they could have ever imagined.
Kaleidoscope: What if you could change your entire outlook on life? by Sue Lachman
Through the insightful and reflective lens of wife, mother of five, special needs advocate, coach, and public speaker Sue Lachman’s everyday events and stories reveal the simplicity of life when experienced from Mind, Thought, and Consciousness — the Three Principles that changed Lachman’s outlook on life.
My First Trip to The Homeland: In Search of Abandoned Treasures Behind the Iron Curtain by Tania Romanov
Although fluent in Russian, I have traveled to my homeland only once in my life, in the depressive years of the Soviet Union’s Communist existence. That trip, in 1977, was occasioned by my position as an executive of a supercomputer company whose products were highly desired by the Soviets. As a result, I was allowed to travel to an area closed to tourists, the remote spot where my father was born before the revolution of 1917.
This is the story of that trip into the heart of Russia.
5 Secrets of Story Structure: How to Write a Novel That Stands Out by K.M. Weiland
If you’ve read all the books on story structure and concluded there has to be more to it than just three acts and a couple of plot points, then you’re absolutely right! It’s time to notch up your writing education from “basic” to “black belt.” Internationally published author K.M. Weiland shares five “secret” techniques of advanced story structure.
PocketRead’s Pocket Guide – How To Find The Time To Write: For busy people who want to be authors by
From sun-up to sundown you are caring for your children and unlike other jobs, you can’t clock off.
The problem is, you know you’d be fantastic at writing a novel but when could you possibly fit it in during the endless round of feeding, nappy-changing, playing, bathing, cooking, housework…I could go on…
Nikola Tesla: Imagination and the Man That Invented the 20th Century by
If you want to learn about one of history’s most fascinating minds and uncover some of his secrets of imagination—secrets that enabled him to invent machines light years ahead of his time and literally bring light to the world—then you want to read this book.
Imagination amplifies and colors every other element of genius, and unlocks our potential for understanding and ability. It’s no coincidence that geniuses not only dare to dream of the impossible for their work, but do the same for their lives. They’re audacious enough to think that they’re not just ordinary players.
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