New Age – Practical Conscious Creation: Daily Techinques to Manifest Your

Practical Conscious CreationPractical Conscious Creation: Daily Techinques to Manifest Your Desires
By Jackie Lapin
Publisher: Findhorn Press
ISBN: 978-1844095612
Pages: 256
Genre: New Age, Spirit

Practical Conscious Creation: Daily Techniques to Manifest Your Desires anchors Law of Attraction and Conscious Manifesting Techniques, Tools & Practices into Daily Life, making you a Better, Faster, Manifestor day-by-day.

How often do you REALLY remember to engage the Law of Attraction and Conscious Creation? Now there’s a book that helps you incorporate these practices into EVERY SINGLE DAY! Practical Conscious Creation takes Conscious Creation down to the cellular level—employing this powerful form of inspired thought in all actions, decisions, and routines. A methodology for re-energizing and re-empowering your daily experiences, making them the engine for the change you intend.

Filled with specific and imaginative practices, Practical Conscious Creation offers 70 articles with step-by-step actions to achieve greater empowerment, abundance and joy.

It’s Not About “Occasional” Visualization. To Manifest Fast and Efficiently –You Have to Live It Daily and Here’s How

Winner at International New Age Trade Show, LA Book Festival, Indie Excellence, IPPY Silver and Pinnacle Achievement Awards!

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Suspenseful Thriller – White Jade

White JadeWhite Jade
By Alex Lukeman
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1463783174
Published: March
Pages: 284
Genre: Action/Adventure, Suspense/Thriller

WHITE JADE is a fast-paced thriller that spins a web of deceit and murder across the globe, featuring characters caught up in a deadly international power game.

Former Recon Marine Nick Carter works for the Project, a covert black ops unit reporting to the President. He’s taciturn and tough, with a dark history of emotional and physical scars. Selena Connor is a beautiful, strong and skilled linguist. When her wealthy uncle is murdered by someone looking for an ancient book about the elixir of immortality, she’s thrown into Nick’s dangerous world.

Nick is assigned to protect Selena and help her recover the missing text. The search escalates into a life and death adventure reaching from the gold country of California to the high country of Tibet, from Washington to Beijing. Along the way Nick and Selena begin a relationship forged by danger, combat and betrayal. Someone is out to take over China and attack America–and Nick and Selena are right in the line of fire.

International intrigue, terrorist acts, romance, patriotism and the threat of nuclear war form the core of the book, the first volume in a series featuring Nick, Selena, the Project and the ongoing, complex relationship between the main protagonists.

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Memoir – Innocent: Confessions of a Welfare Mother

Innocent: Confessions of a Welfare MotherInnocent
By B. Morrison
Publisher: Apprentice House
ISBN: 978-1934074657
Published: July 2012
Pages: 342
Genre: Memoir

With almost half of all Americans now falling below the poverty line or considered low income based on recent Census Bureau figures*, formerly middle-class families are beginning to experience the reality of poverty. According to B. Morrison the truth is quite different from the stereotype of the “welfare queen”. In her memoir, Innocent: Confessions of a Welfare Mother (www.bmorrison.com), she describes her experience when a failed marriage sent her plummeting from a prosperous middle-class life onto welfare.

When Morrison’s marriage dissolved, she found herself with one young child and another on the way, no job, no health insurance, and no child support. Despite a college degree and prior work experience, the pregnant 24-year-old could not land a job to cover the cost of childcare, let alone food, rent, clothing, and transportation. Disowned by her family and abandoned by her husband, she realized that welfare was the only way for her family to survive.

Poor people make an easy target for politicians who play on the natural fears of middle-class workers, Morrison says. She understands and sympathizes, but maintains that in spite of the rare case of welfare fraud repeated ad nauseum in the news, most welfare mothers work tirelessly to get off of public assistance. Like all parents, they only want to work to feed and clothe their children, give them an education, and provide for them a life with at least a few moments of joy.

Morrison uses her experiences as a welfare recipient to illuminate a system that demonizes poor people and to explore what actually works to help families escape from poverty. Innocent offers a powerful personal narrative on important social issues. Part coming-of-age story and part immersion in a foreign culture, this book puts a human face on poverty. It is a must-read for anyone interested in social justice, women’s issues, or the truth behind the headlines.

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Travel Memoir – Transformative Travel in Nepal: Fulfilling a Dream in the Himalayas

Transformative Travel in Nepal: Fulfilling a Dream in the HimalayasTransformative Travel in Nepal
By Kate Benzin
Publisher: GypsyDuo
ISBN: 978-0615694078
Published: September 2012
Pages: 162
Genre: Travel, Memoir, Autobiography

Fullfilling a dream! Kathmandu. Nepal. The Himalayas. An exotic area of the world that many people dream about visiting. Kate made that dream come true.

A casual phone call to a friend sparked the fulfillment of Kate’s lifelong dream of traveling to Nepal in order to trek in the Himalayas. She jokingly mentioned to her friend Kay who was planning to start a new exercise routine that they could get fit on a trip to the Himalayas.

Within just a few weeks, Kate and Kay found themselves on a plane on the way to the adventure of a lifetime:

– seeing the gorgeous snow-capped Himalayas in person so close that it seemed that Kate could just reach out her hand to touch them

– trekking for days into areas that only the most adventurous travelers ever reach.

What Kate learned about herself during the challenging and sometimes excrutiating, but always stimulating, adventure of trekking at high altitude over rough terrain truly transformed her in ways that often did not become apparent until many years later.

Follow along with Kate as she learns more about how to expand her limits so that she can truly fulfill her dream. And maybe you will find yourself motivated to fulfill your dream as well.

At the end, read a sample of Kate’s book How To Find The Heart Of Bali, an introductory guide to social and cultural Bali.

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YA Fantasy – Sipho and the Star Pearl

Sipho and the Star PearlSipho and the Star Pearl
By Laura Oneale
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1466442368
Published: June 2012
Pages: 256
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

In the world of Sipho and the Star Pearl, there is a sister planet to Earth called Anglur. It is the same environment as Earth, and its inhabitants live much the same as humans do, but there are many key differences.,The Anglurians are spiritual beings who can communicate with their God Most High. There is no war, illness, or crime on Anglur. Food is free and in abundance. Death is not looked at as a bad thing; rather, it is viewed as an adventure to what comes next. The Anglurians wish to end evil on Earth, and create a more idyllic environment like theirs as that is their only mission. To that end, they have decided to recruit the Zulu inhabitants of Africa to assist them.

Several chapters into this creative book, a Zulu child named Sipho is born. He is a human-alien hybrid who has been chosen to accomplish the Anglurians’ mission. He is inexplicably linked with two English children, Emma and Erma. Together, these three extraordinary young ones embark on a journey from serenity, straight into the depths of hell. Their terrifying mission is to retrieve objects called Star Pearls from Satan himself. Satan has stolen these objects, and by retrieving them, the children will preserve goodness, and eliminate evil on Earth. Guided by the Anglurians, they embark on one frightening and awe-inspiring adventure after another, which they must continue to do until all evil is eliminated. They battle demons that are beyond comprehension.

Sipho and the Star Pearl is a unique story that stands apart from the rest, due to the fact that the author has chosen children as the heroes in a situation where most others certainly would have chosen adults. It speaks to a greater theme of trusting young generations to be the heroes of our future, and that children have a unique ability to combat evil. It is a fast-moving, exciting story that is sure to entertain all ages.

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Mature Young Adult – YA Romance – Sweetest Taboo

Sweetest TabooSweetest Taboo
By Eva Márquez
Publisher: Terra-Mía Press
ISBN: 978-1478136811
Published: October 2012
Pages: 296
Genre: Mature Young-Adult, Contemporary Fiction, YA Romance

Isabel Cruz was fifteen years old when she met Tom Stevens. She was 15 when they started dating, and 16 when she lost her virginity to him. By the time she turned 18 and went to college, everything had fallen apart. This hadn’t been an ordinary love, though. Not a love between two dear friends, or even high school sweethearts. This had been the most taboo sort of love there was: a relationship between a student and her teacher. Isabel started her high school career as a normal student, but set her sights on Tom Stevens as soon as she met him, and pursued him with an intense – and sometimes reckless – fascination. When he finally approached her after swim practice and told her that he shared her feelings, it was the start of a forbidden and dangerous relationship.

Join Isabel as she makes her way through this dark love story, hiding from teachers, lying to her parents, and defying the authorities to make a life with the man she loves. Watch as she discovers the wonders of love and romance, and the terrible betrayal of jealous friends. And cry with her when she learns the hard truth about life and the people in her world. Sweetest Taboo is inspired by the true and tragic stories of students who fall in love with their teachers, and live with the hard truths of forbidden romances. In a world full of after-school specials on sexual predators, this touching book seeks a different path, casting both student and teacher in a gentle light, and showing that true love may lie at the base of even the most illicit romance.

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