I Just Wanted To Kill:15 True Crime Cases

Authoritative yet accessible volume, brimming with 15 sinister true crime cases from around the globe. Discover the stories behind some of the most shocking murders in true crime history. Why did Marc Lépine hate feminists so much? Why did so many people go missing on the prairies of the Old West? Why did Paul Denyer just want to kill? This book tries to understand the reasons why seemingly ordinary people become murderers, and examines the social and political context behind the stories as the... [Read More...]

Free: The Blessing Book

Variously described as mixed, disguised, and best understood when counted, blessings occupy the space between what we want and what we need. Unconstrained from familiar definitions of success and failure, they are invitations to see ourselves and our lives differently. Just as we fall in love, blessings ask us to trust despite our vulnerability, promising support without a request for reward. They encourage not believe all our thoughts and through gratitude to trust in the mystery and the journ... [Read More...]

Free: The Surprise Restaurant Manager

Surprise – you’re in charge now! Steady money and new opportunities awaited as you moved up from server or bartender to front-of-house manager. But too often, restaurant management find themselves leading with minimal training, a ton of responsibilities, and no clue how to improve. In The Surprise Restaurant Manager, learn from Ken McGarrie, a restaurant operator who has helped launched dozens of successful restaurants, as he gives you the tools to master the unexpected challenges m... [Read More...]

Free: Never Take for Granted: How a Near-death Accident and a Traumatic Brain Injury Showed me how much I’d taken for Granted

How a near-death accident and a traumatic brain injury showed me how much I’d taken for granted. COVID 19 proved we all take things and people for granted. How to develop an Attitude of Gratitude An inspirational memoir based upon my whole life (thus far) but it’s heavily weighted on the last 9+ years since my survival of a near-death accident in Aug 2011. I chronicle my early life, my 25-year marriage, my 30 years on Wall Street and my career as an avid age-grouper, all-distance tr... [Read More...]

Stress-free move- Tips from a moving consultant

Moving can be stressful. In fact, it is consistently rated as one of the most stressful life events. This e-book provides all the information you need to have a successful move, whether you decide to use a moving company or not. It’s based on over a decade of experience working in the moving industry. Some of the topics covered include types of moves, moving estimates, packing tips, moving insurance, and what to look for when researching moving companies. Additionally, we provide a moving... [Read More...]

The Law Says What?

This book offers a crash course on some of the most bizarre, infuriating, and vitally important legal topics of today. Using real-world cases as a guide, you’ll explore laws that affect your everyday life and analyze the rationales behind the ones that might make your head spin. Your mind will be blown and you’ll even find yourself laughing as you learn about the weird quirks of criminal law, civil law, contract law, property law, tort law, international law, and courtroom procedure. $0.99 ... [Read More...]

Screaming for Pleasure: How Horror Makes You Happy and Healthy

Whether you’re frightened to watch scary movies alone or a horror obsessive, Screaming for Pleasure is the entertaining guide to help cinephiles of all types fall in love with horror again. It thrills you with the diversity, beauty, and depth of the horror genre, dissecting films, literature and music that reveals how horror constantly reinvents itself and reflects the anxieties of each generation through spine-chilling tales of terror. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: Char-lama’s Journey to the Other Side of the Hood

Fifteen-year-old Char-lama is a young black girl who lives in the hood. Her father is incarcerated, and her mother is a single black woman who is the head of her household raising three children. She is not lazy, irresponsible or on welfare. She works two jobs, but still struggles to survive, Char-lama has a praying grandmother, who along with her mother, are determined that she will not become a product of her environment but become a leader for her environment. Besides her mother, there are m... [Read More...]

Free: The Answer: The Peaceful & Rational Solution to Nearly All Our Problems

A concept so powerful the Deep State tried to bury it. Learn what they did not what you to know: A simple solution to save America, save the planet, and save yourself. This comprehensive and painless answer to most of the world’s problems is arguably humanity’s best and brightest hope for the future. ... [Read More...]

Coming Around: Surprises and Surrender on the Path to Inspiration

You thought success would be more fun. You can’t put your finger on it, but something’s missing. All the hard work has paid off and you’re checking off your goals quickly. Your life is progressing exactly according to plan. So why don’t you feel the joy and exhilaration that was supposed to accompany all this success? Instead, you’re feeling dissatisfied, disconnected, and—if you’re completely honest—even a little bored. Surely this can’t be all there is to... [Read More...]