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HBO Executive and Professional Coach Publishes New Book on Enlightened Leadership

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It is easy to live life on auto-pilot, not paying attention to the present moment or what’s ahead. That was the case for Carla Moore on September 18, 2007, when she crashed into a concrete median driving 55 mph. Moore emerged from the wreck on a mission to start living the life she had always imagined, transforming herself over the following year from 300 pounds to triathlete, from passenger in her own life to driver. This transformation also positively affected her professional life and led Moore—who worked her way at HBO from entry-level sale... Read More »

Children’s Author Susie Rich Releases Much-Anticipated Comic Book


Fans of Susie Rich have a new book to relish: Don't Underestimate Any Natural Elements: Extreme Weather. Be Prepared. The new comic book introduces readers to Duane, a green-caped superhero who rescues people from disasters. But that's not all. Duane's other mission is to educate and empower young readers with valuable knowledge about weather preparedness. In the book, as Duane battles extreme weather events, he shows readers how to prepare for these occurrences and what to do in case of emergencies. Beyond his superpowers, he aims to save l... Read More »

Green Ivy Publishing presents Thirteen Years in a Psychiatric Hospital, the new, eye-opening and revealing book by author Lorraine Limero


I began working with Juanita, newly diagnosed with Disassociative Identity Disorder. "The destructive alter immediately closed the space between us and grabbed me around the throat. Because of her diminutive size, I don't think I ever felt threatened, but I was nevertheless scared by the appearance of this apparition I didn't go away, I remained steadfast." In her new book, Thirteen Years in a Psychiatric Hospital, author Lorraine Limero allows readers to step through the locked doors of psychiatry and meet the disenfranchised, the depressed... Read More »

Colucci Shares With Young Adults The Keys to Success in Everything I Never Learned in School about How to Be Successful


A successful attorney, investor, speaker and entrepreneur, Colucci has written a new book that is a guide for every high school and college student to distinguish between survival and success. DUXBURY, Mass. - Designed specifically for young adults who are ambitious, curious, talented and determined, Colucci's latest book takes us out of the classroom with a practical lesson on how to be successful and happy in the journey of life. Everything I Never Learned in School about How to Be Successful, demystifies success, making it easy to underst... Read More »

In his novel, Question Everything…Then Dig Deeper, author John Andes has created a fictional tale that rings almost too close to reality


With the background of jihadist terrorism during a Presidential election year, FBI analysts unearth a political conspiracy that could rock the country as a whole. Simultaneously, Senior Analyst David Drummer is thrust into the cover up of a Bureau sex scandal. Caught up in a web of deceit and scandal, Drummer tries to find the truth, while not destroying his career in the process. "I don't know. I'm not sure. I'm confused. I think they think they bought my loyalty. I think they don't know what I found." During the Spring before a Presiden... Read More »

Rory Feek’s This Life I Live: One Man’s Extraordinary, Ordinary Life and the Woman Who Changed It Forever, To Be Released February 14


Rory shared the news earlier today with readers of his blog "Over the last six months or so, I have been asked many times (and encouraged many more times) to write a book.  To turn the stories in this blog I write into a book of some sort.  I have never really responded to any of the questions before, but the truth is… I am writing a book.  It is almost finished actually.  But it isn't filled with blogs that I have written about my wife's last few months or the posts I wrote about our life for the two years before that, it is... Read More »

Popular Fantasy Writer E.A. Channon Appearing at Star Trek Las Vegas


Popular fantasy writer E.A. Channon, the Scottish bagpiper-turned-author, will be appearing at Star Trek Las Vegas from August 3 through August 7, 2016 to greet fans, sign books and discuss the newest addition to the series, scheduled for release in the fall of 2016 (visit E.A. Channon in booth #58). LAS VEGAS - The Flesh of the Blood series has gained great popularity, with elves, magicians and dwarves engaging in battles between good and evil in every book. Popular fantasy writer E.A. Channon, the Scottish bagpiper-turned-author, will be a... Read More »

A Constitutional Democracy — Voices and Votes


Falls Church, VA, June 11, 2016 -- IN THIS BOOK, AUTHOR EDWARD DELON DISCUSSES fundamental democratic principles by EXPRESSING the purpose and function of government through THE PRISM OF America's history. DELON PROVIDES AN EXPLANATION OF why citizens are ESSENTIAL stakeholders in preserving the "Republic" of the United States of America. TO THAT END, THE AUTHOR CITES constitutional articles and amendments, and Supreme Court decisions to explain historical and current events such as economic policy, AS WELL AS THE DEBATE SURROUNDING ener... Read More »

Author Shirley Pieters Vogel Releases Heartwarming New Children’s Book – Petunia the Unlikely Little Church Dog


Shirley Pieters Vogel, a retired RN turned author, has just released a book that children will cherish, Petunia the Unlikely Little Church Dog. Cape Cod, Mass. - So many happy childhood stories involve a dog. Author Shirley Pieters Vogel who recently met "Petunia" a rescue dog, has woven her experiences into her newest book, Petunia the Unlikely Little Church Dog. Kids will love the way this needy and scared puppy not only finds a loving home, but also a church family who adores her. The following endorsements speak to how special this bo... Read More »

Author Hugh Blair-Smith Reveals the Captivating Inside Story of the History of the Space Race

Hugh Blair-Smith, whose long professional history began on the Apollo spacecraft's primary guidance system, provides readers with this compelling look at the Space Race, why it happened and why it matters. Cape Cod, Mass. - With private industry taking on more and more space innovation duties, generations of Americans are forgetting the historic time period that captivated the United States and the world - the Space Race of the mid-1900's. Hugh Blair-Smith, in his new book Left Brains for the Right Stuff: Computers, Space, and History, offer... Read More »

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