The Day Momma Made Me Dance by Patrice Shavone Brown is a children’s book that is intended to educate about the contentious topic of disciplining your child with violence.
For readers hungering for a mind-expanding dip into new philosophical explorations, Humans: From Nothing to Now by Brett Ashcroft Harrison is an ideal read.
The banal life of a Quality Tester takes a surreal turn in Known Shippable, Will Not Fix, a remarkably strange and entertaining novel by Roy W. Russell.
Leadership for Profitable Sustainability: The Executive’s How-To Guide offers a “5-Book Bundle” of information about creating and maintaining successful corporate structures.
The overwhelming theme in this collection of business books concerns the ability to express one’s ideas persuasively and with an extensive vocabulary to enhance connections, decision-making and communication, with each section building on the last.…
Business writer and corporate coach Pete Geissler asserts that acquiring and using a large vocabulary can influence business and personal success in The Power of Being Articulate: The Thoughtful Leader’s Model for Wealth and Happiness.
With an open heart and a sharp sense of humor, award-winning writer Joy Johnston chronicles both the reward and the heartache of caring for her parents in their last days in The Reluctant Caregiver.
In Stoicism 2.0: How Stoic Philosophy Can Improve Your Life in the 21st Century, author Robert Woolston advances his belief that the ancient Greek philosophy known as Stoicism can ameliorate the stresses of modern life.
His book begins with the remarkable meeting between Alexander the Great, a commander and conqueror, and the humble Stoic Diogenes, whose lifestyle was based on lack of material possessions and the pursuit of virtue.…