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Comment by Sheila English on August 23, 2016 at 10:48pm

Stories of Music Book Trailer   

Explore captivating stories of music changing lives around the world. Stories of Music, a multimedia anthology, features nonfiction, poetry, original music, photography, and video by 40+ authors and artists from 11 countries. A portion of book proceeds will be donated to nonprofit organizations Hungry for Music and Music and Memory. Find out more at https://StoriesOfMusic.Com/ Non fiction, music, human interest

Comment by Sheila English on June 25, 2017 at 5:55pm

With the detailed analysis of a seasoned lawyer, John C. Fazio lays out a thrilling crime-solving mystery in his comprehensive book Decapitating the Union: Jefferson Davis, Judah Benjamin and the Plot to Assassinate Lincoln. This wasn’t just an assassination attempt on one man, by one man, argues Fazio. It was a critical campaign by the Confederate government to decapitate the Union and immobilize the Federal government. Lincoln wasn’t the only target and Booth wasn’t the only criminal. 
Find out more at- Non-Fiction/Historical

Comment by wayne miller on November 14, 2017 at 8:57am

The book combines theoretical principles with real-life insight, offering a practical guide of best practices to be a successful construction manager. This book is a complete manual taking you through all phases of a project, from its inception, to design, to completion of construction. It will cover all the challenges you will face as a construction manager, whether you are working as an owner’s representative, for a contractor, for an architect, or for an owner. 
This book is written in an easy-to-read, conversational style, and will benefit anyone, from a new construction manager to a seasoned professional.
Find out more at non fiction/self help

Comment by wayne miller on January 2, 2018 at 8:40am

A speaker for student or adult audiences, Joan Marie Galat delivers talks (in person or via
Skype) based on her award-winning books. She promotes literacy, science, dark skies, and
environmental appreciation. Joan encourages writers with talks on publishing and motivates
with keynotes based on her book: Give Yourself a Pep Talk. Find out more at Non-fiction/business/teaching/parents

Comment by wayne miller on February 15, 2018 at 11:36am

Listen to the Emotional Wisdom of Your Muscles and Experience a Deeper Level of Healing

You know a lot about the emotions in your mind and heart, but you probably don’t know much about the emotions in your muscle body. The muscles are storehouses of emotion, and pain in those muscles is how your body reveals what needs to be healed—both emotionally and physically. Organized by muscle groups, The Body Heals Itself is your ideal guide to understanding the link between your emotions and muscle bodies.

This book acts as a road map for the energetic journey within your own body, showing you how to recognize and release stored emotions to let go of pain. You’ll discover which emotions are often paired with a specific muscle area and how muscles speak of everything from past traumas to current celebrations. Using stretches, affirmations, visualizations, and more, Emily A. Francis teaches you to unite your mind and body for better health and emotional well-being.

The Body Heals Itself: How Deeper Awareness of Your Muscles and Their Emotional Connection Can Help You Heal
Find out more at Non Fiction/Self help

Comment by wayne miller on April 5, 2018 at 10:56am

Chris Childs is an unusually talented young man. A post-doctoral fellow at a prestigious medical center near San Francisco, he is also a gifted musician. It is his music that attracts Erin Leahy to him. The attraction is mutual and powerful. But the man who introduces them was a former rival of Chris and when he learns that he has been replaced in Erin’s affection, he is furious. In retaliation he entices her to try a new experience, which she learns, too late, is heroin. Horrified at first, she succumbs and becomes addicted, unaware of the reason for her unusual susceptibility. She is able to hide her addiction from Chris until she accidentally overdoses and has to be hospitalized. After her release, a struggle is waged between the power of opiate addiction and the medical knowledge that guides its treatment. When Erin relapses and flees, Chris must seek the guidance of a wise man, a pioneer in the use of methadone in the treatment of heroin addiction. The stakes in this struggle could not be higher. Even a momentary lapse may be fatal. The story is a retelling of the ancient legend of Orpheus and Eurydice in the context of a very current, complex, social and medical problem. Drama

Comment by wayne miller on August 6, 2018 at 9:47pm

The present volume offers a new approach in the quest to discover the truth about nature. The main idea is to proceed, not by way of observation, but rationally by working out the implications of a formal signature of the world’s existence, an algebraic form called the Law of Laws. Find out more at http:/ Non-fiction, philosophy, metaphysics

Comment by wayne miller on August 7, 2018 at 12:32am

Kathryn Magnolia Johnson tells her story, a colored woman born during the Jim Crow Era, yet courageous in her quest for racial justice, academic and social equality. Kathryn helps us experience the Argenta Race Riot of 1906, WWI France in 1918, and her activism for literacy selling her Two Foot Shelf of Negro Literature. Find out more at Non-fiction, memoir, history

Comment by wayne miller on November 15, 2018 at 3:48pm

Author Jeffery Trees shares a heartrending story of his experiences of learning that his first wife has repressed memories of being an incest victim. Find out more at non-fiction

Comment by wayne miller on January 12, 2019 at 2:42pm

“It’s the relentless attention to the “small beginnings” that will make all the difference.” Wesley Berry’s fresh flower business started in a small florist shop in Detroit some forty years ago, but he quickly propelled it to a $60 million-dollar international company with 30 franchises in five states and a customer base reaching 130 countries around the world. In his new bestselling book, Big Things Have Small Beginnings, Wes Berry inspires, empowers and equips the reader with the tools that they need to succeed in whatever they aspire, in both business and in life. For anyone planning to start a business, is deeply enmeshed in one, or is just wanting to kick-start their life, this is the guide to get it done. Available at: Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Goodreads or the author’s website: For a review copy or to interview the author, contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind Book Marketing  Non-Fiction/Self Help/Business


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