Free: 90 Days to Live

Free: 90 Days to Live

When an out-of-the-blue cancer diagnosis quickly turned into a 90-days-to-live death sentence from his doctor, Rodney Stamps and his wife Paige defied the medical establishment and drew their line in the sand.

With both a growing family and business–and given that their doctors promised only to briefly extend his life with chemotherapy–the Stamps gave a resounding “No” to chemo and radiation.

90 Days to Live recounts the Stamps’ incredible and inspirational journey to find an alternative answer to cancer. Free on Kindle.

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Free: A Hero’s Heart

Free: A Hero’s Heart
A Hero’s Heart is a true story of victory, captivatingly told for the first time, from the survivor herself. It is a story of brutality, cruelty, and loss. It is a story of demons, heartache, and agony. It is a story of love, joy, and abundance. And lastly, it is a memoir told with fervor and elation. Free on Kindle.

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Free: Fractured Grace: How to Create Beauty, Peace and Healing for Yourself and the World

Free: Fractured Grace: How to Create Beauty, Peace and Healing for Yourself and the World
Fractured Grace is a prescription for individual and collective healing—a resounding call for wholeness in today’s escalating state of chaos, separation and fear. With a unique and intimate journey into the author’s own healing process, from an early childhood Near-Death Experience to a freak accident with several broken bones, you are invited to step outside of an outdated worldview to create more beauty, peace and healing for yourself and the world.

Dr. Julie Krull offers an impassioned spiritual perspective on global healing and the evolution of consciousness. She demonstrates how an illusion of separation is the root cause of wide-spread pain, suffering, and even necessary whole-systems breakdown in every aspect of life. Fractured Grace breaks through that illusion and inspires a return to wholeness. Krull challenges the understanding of popular, fragmented models of healing and crisis response, and moves you into a grounded place of hope and clarity, helping you create the conditions for individual and collective healing to occur. She weaves personal stories, current events, and prophetic vision to lay the foundation for deep and regenerative systemic transformation and change. Her masterful story-telling and authentic voice, inspire and enliven the path to wholeness and the reclamation of your inherent unity. Her down-to-earth, palatable approach invites you to explore new concepts and expand your consciousness.

Fractured Grace is based on Dr. Julie’s thirty-plus-year career as a healer, spiritual teacher, and psychotherapist, working with individuals, groups and organizations, interviewing and working with hundreds of evolutionary leaders, and drawing on her own mystical experiences. The book reveals how the radical application of a heart-based, soul-centric lens can calm your mind, heal your body, create sustained peace, and jump our interconnected, whole-living-system to a higher order. Free on Kindle.

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Waking up Cattywampus: Memoir of a Transplanted Southerner

Waking up Cattywampus: Memoir of a Transplanted Southerner

This inspiring new memoir examines a life well lived. Joyful and heartbreaking in turns, Cattywampus details the search for self – and provides a roadmap in seven delightful appendices. The search for meaning is a life-long quest and never straightforward. We are all born “cattywampus.” $0.99 on Kindle.
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Devil In The Wind

Devil In The Wind

Devil In The Wind is an account of catastrophic fire and its immediate aftermath.

In February 2009, wildfires burnt through entire communities, taking 173 lives and injuring hundreds, while destroying thousands of houses and other buildings. Up to 400 fires destroyed 450,000 hectares of forest, native fauna and habitat, livestock and farmland.

In the aftermath of the fires, the voices of people who had lived through the experience — victims, rescuers, and observers — were spoken and were heard.

Devil In The Wind is Frank Prem’s poetic anthology of the personal, and very human, accounts of those who themselves experienced and survived Black Saturday. Poetry writing that interacts directly with readers emotions. $3.40 on Kindle.

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Free: That’s Why You’re Here

Free: That’s Why You’re Here

A journey from grief to metaphysical awareness. A desire to improve her intuition took the author down an unexpected path. Free on Kindle.
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Free: So Big the Land

Free: So Big the Land

As a tender young townie in the revolutionary sixties, Sue steps away from all that is familiar to spend her life with a man she has known for three weeks. With little prelude she is thrown into the deep end of a gritty farming life in a man’s world.

A life of hard work on untamed lands, a two year odyssey through the outback, and months spent in a remote Aboriginal community, reveal to Sue the very character of the Australian landscape. Free on Kindle.

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The Light in His Soul: Lessons from My Brother’s Schizophrenia

The Light in His Soul: Lessons from My Brother’s Schizophrenia

Call Richmond, Jr. went missing. Twenty years later he showed up on a family member’s doorstep: homeless, broken, and suffering from paranoid schizophrenia. For the next 14 years, his sister Rebecca took on the struggle to restore him as they faced the dark traumas and painful memories of their past together.

Rebecca Schaper has written a gripping new memoir in which she shares a stunningly candid chronicle of rescuing her lost brother from homelessness and mental illness, and her long, emotional fight to again make him a part of her family. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Ghetto is a College

Ghetto is a College
The first edition story of a young man who changed his life from the streets to becoming among young respected entrepreneurs in Kenya. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Fake Papers: Survival Lessons from Grandma’s Escape

Free: Fake Papers: Survival Lessons from Grandma’s Escape
Fake Papers is a real-life escape story about a Holocaust survivor, who passes on survival lessons to her grandson, a documentary filmmaker working in war zones like Afghanistan. Free on Kindle

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Free: My Name Is Bacci Bogie Frequent Flyer Extraordinaire

Free: My Name Is Bacci Bogie Frequent Flyer Extraordinaire

“My Name Is Bacci Bogie Frequent Flyer Extraordinaire”…written with love and tears about a 4-pound adorable Maltese. His human-like antics drew people to him where ever he went. People stood in line for his autograph as he performed funny tricks. Bacci traveled over 500,000 air miles as my ‘jet pet’ experiencing life in a very unique way. His hometown was Aspen, Colorado where he co-hosted my local television show for many years. I wrote Bacci’s memoirs from his point of view and in his voice.

Most of all the book is an entertaining testament to the multi-faceted richness that pets can bring to human life. Free on Kindle.

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Woman In Scarlet

Woman In Scarlet
An inspirational memoir of one woman’s 28-year journey from aspirations of becoming one of the first female officers within the fabled Royal Canadian Mounted Police, to overcoming the harsh realities of discrimination, injustice and personal violation. Told with exuberance, humor and astonishing honesty, Woman In Scarlet, is a thrilling police car ride-along. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Desde el exilio: A Collection of Poems from the Exile

Desde el exilio: A Collection of Poems from the Exile
From the Exile was born as a poetic memoir to describe the experience of being born in Venezuela in 1988 to the publication of this poem collection in 2019.

This period entitles the last years of the Venezuelan democracy, already bruised by the discontent caused by the different political parties in the country before the arrival of Hugo Chavez Frias in 1998. In addition, it also describes how as the years passed, the elected president turned into an authoritarian figure sheltered by the Castro-communism ideology that firmly followed until his death in 2013.

Nevertheless, in spite of the death of the dictator, the suffering of the Venezuelans was far from culminating, because when Chavez died the power passed to his acolyte Nicolás Maduro Moros. The once time bus driver took the power of the country through fraudulent elections, that were controlled by an electoral council, mostly Chavista.

Maduro, who would follow the Chavista and Castro-communism legacy, led Venezuela to preside over the lists of the world’s most dangerous and poor countries. In this state, Venezuela struggled with hyperinflation never seen before in the oil nation’s history causing the scarcity of commodities, such as food and medicine throughout the region.

Resulting in millions of inhabitants fleeing in what was known by the name of Venezuelan diaspora looking for the future that was taken from them in other countries. The nostalgia for the lost country, from exile. $8.49 on Kindle.

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Precious Silver Chopsticks

Precious Silver Chopsticks

The book is about Mae Adams, the narrator, who was born in Korea in 1933 as the second daughter and abandoned by her mother for she was not a son. In the Korean family system of that time, the first-born son was a blessing as he inherited the family fortune and was responsible for the entire family. This notion brought on the unfair treatment of daughters, although most families accepted the first daughter with reluctant grace. Mae grew up in her Aristocratic family which had retreated to the family resort estate in the mountain village after the assassination of Queen Min by the Japanese on October 18, 1895.

Mae’s relationship with her mother was stormy at best, and Mae’s father ignored her and never spoke to her until he died when Mae was five and a half years old. But, Mae’s step-grandma raised her in that mountain village and gave her a pair of silver chopsticks as a symbol of her love on her first birthday. She also had tender love from her grandpa and Little-Pa.

She came of age in a country that was occupied by the Japanese empire, received a Japanese education and endured their abuse of Koreans. At the end of the World War II, when the American and the Russian divided the country in half, the family endured a harrowing escape from the Communist regime that took over her hometown, while her grandma stayed behind to give the family time to escape. Five years later, the family survived the Korean War narrowly escaping death several times.

After the war, she became the breadwinner of her family, managing export businesses, and dreamed of going to America to get a college education. She met the man of her dream, an American Marine colonel, but left him to pursue her education. During the three years of her separation from him, she continued a long-distance love affair with the colonel.
She hung on to her precious silver chopsticks all through her difficult journey to the United States. And, she describes their effects on her life, and how they shaped her moral principle.

Finally, she married her colonel and raised a family. After 43 years together, her husband passed away when she was 71. Through the grieving process, she started to write her memoir as therapy. From that first book, “Precious Silver Chopsticks” was born. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Results of a Failed Abortion: A Collection of Poems

The Results of a Failed Abortion: A Collection of Poems

The Result of a Failed Abortion is an autobiographical collection of poems by Shaun O. Smith. Dealing with issues from sexual and mental abuse to living with depression and anxiety, Shaun openly discusses the pain that has kept his mind captive most of his life. Freeing himself from these struggles, he hopes to either speak to or connect with others who have similar thoughts and problems. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Final Flight Final Fight: My grandmother, the WASP, and Arlington National Cemetery

Final Flight Final Fight: My grandmother, the WASP, and Arlington National Cemetery

When Arlington National Cemetery refused to accept my grandmother’s last request to be laid to rest there, I refused to let her legacy as a veteran die along with her.

My grandmother, Elaine Danforth Harmon, flew as a pilot with the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) of World War II. Despite being part of the first group of women to fly for the United States Army, the WASP remained officially unrecognized as members of the military due to discriminatory thinking about gender on Capitol Hill and beyond.

Women flying planes? Too progressive for the World War II era.

When I was young, I thought of my grandmother’s trips to accept awards, or to visit the White House, or to give lectures about her time in the service, as her hobby. I knew what she had done and I knew that in the 1970s they had lobbied Congress to get the veterans’ status they had been denied during the war. From that point on, my grandmother shared her story of service with the WASP during World War II with anyone who would listen.

But it was not until after she died that I fully understood why she had spent so many years talking about her service with the WASP. My grandmother’s last request was to be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery. Our family was surprised when the United States Army, which managed the cemetery, denied that the WASP, and therefore my grandmother, were eligible for placement in the cemetery.

The Army said ‘no’ to the wrong family.

I led our family’s campaign on behalf of my grandmother, and all the women of the WASP, across social media, traditional news outlets, and to Capitol Hill to fight for their equal recognition at one of the nation’s most well-known cemeteries. My grandmother’s final fight came after her final flight – but I was honored to follow in her footsteps to ensure her legacy would not be forgotten. $11.19 on Kindle.
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Free: Hungry for Life: A Memoir Unlocking the Truth Inside an Anorexic Mind

Free: Hungry for Life: A Memoir Unlocking the Truth Inside an Anorexic Mind
In this painfully moving memoir, take a firsthand look at anorexia through the eyes of a young girl. Even in kindergarten, Rachel Richards knows something isn’t right. By leading us through her distorted thoughts, she shines a light on the mystery of mental illness. Experience the fascinating and flawed treatment process, and learn the secret that unleashed her will to recover. Free on Kindle.

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Beneath The Muscle: Unleash Your Inner Champion

Beneath The Muscle: Unleash Your Inner Champion

World-renowned fitness celebrity Lauren Powers rose above debilitating addiction and became a bodybuilding champion at an age when most contenders retire. With multiple titles and film roles under her belt, Powers is living proof that you can turn your true passions into reality.

Beneath the Muscle is your inspirational handbook to letting your true talents shine. Inspired by Powers’ crushing battles against haters and her incredible victories, this book reveals her formula for authentic success. No matter your shape, size, or status, the book’s winning combination of self-care routines and positive psychology can take you from underdog to champion.

If you like pushing boundaries, real-world inspirational stories, and actionable advice from a trusted expert, then you’ll love Lauren Powers’ heartfelt guide to self-acceptance and lifelong achievement. $0.99 on Kindle.

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