Make this manual your choice and allow its pages to inspire you. My book works from the premise: What the eyes see the mind considers-What the mind considers the heart accepts-What the heart accepts the body does. These are The Laws of Attraction.
Each summer America Comes Alive celebrates the "Dog Days of Summer" with three new dog stories each week for eight weeks, from service dogs and military dogs to President's dogs and dogs in show business.
Patricia McKnight's critically acclaimed tell-all about domestic violence is more than an eye-opening story about the severity of abuse, but a blueprint on how a person imprisoned by abuse can break the chains that confine them and obtain fredeom by living with courage to believe in your own morals, values, and ethics.
Frogworks Publishing announces the publication of Master Gardener by Tewksbury, New Jersey, author, Rolf Margenau. This book is subtitled: a novel about gardening, magic seeds, eco-terrorism, politics, big business, love and Wylie Cypher.
Innovo Publishing LLC released My Jonah Journey: Developing an Attitude of Gratitude, a real-life story of Linda's victory over personal tragedy. This book is available now in the U.S., Europe, and Asia in paperback, hardback, Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, Apple iPad/iPhone, Google Android, and other smartphone editions.
After an 8 year hiatus, Renowned Author Gloria P. Pruett debuts her first Christian Fiction Novel, "You've Got a Man" that will have you questioning how you view sin, has it become commonplace and taking an introspective look within your inner circle.
Innovo Publishing LLC released Love Day, an adorable, lighthearted story of the simplicity of spreading God's love. This book is available now in the U.S., Europe, and Asia in paperback, Amazon Kindle, Apple iPad/iPhone, Barnes and Noble Nook, Google Android, and other smartphone editions.
Moving Violations: A Collection of Short Stories by Nicole Amsler is launching a 9-week themed giveaway series to support the short story collection, centered on death and transportation. Readers can enter each week through social media.