Rod’s writing explores the edges of life. He talks about suffering in silence, and brings to light that many still do. Although there is much more dialogue around mental health, we still have a way to go. Kudos to Rod for unveiling these thought-filled and provocative words; and perhaps encouraging us as well to put pen to paper to explore our innermost thoughts, and heal.
Raising Resilience – Take the stress out of feeding your family and love your life is chock full of helpful, cutting-edge insights and recommendations you can use immediately. When you want to delve a little deeper Jess Sherman provides that as well, to help us fully comprehend the critical impact and importance of our family’s nutrition and our approach to it.
Transformations – Your Inner Guide to Self-Exploration by Mark Pezzelato is an extraordinary feast for the mind and soul. The insights and questions posed to the reader nourish inspiring self-talk and embolden us to grow by heightening our own awareness and learning. At times, you almost feel like you are reading a page from the author’s private journal in that his words are so resonating and introspective.
Jenn Pike does it again in The Simplicity Kitchen; you can almost feel what it’s like to be in her kitchen. Better yet, she shares her abundance of knowledge and passion for healthy eating with so much fun and confidence; you can’t wait to get into your own kitchen and start cooking and creating yourself!
Family memoirs make a meaningful and lasting gift to our loved ones. They give us roots, and a glimpse into ourselves . . . Just think of the stories your parents and grandparents have shared with you. Imagine what they experienced in their lifetime; and what you have in yours. Stories impact us in countless ways; they entertain, intrigue, inspire, and even help us heal in our times of difficulty or grief.
Every moment of your life you are changing, to a degree, the life of the whole world. Every man and woman has an ‘atmosphere’ which is affecting others. So silently and invisibly does this atmosphere work, we may forget at times it exists. Yet all the great forces of nature—light, heat, electricity, gravitation—are silent and invisible. In all nature, the wonders of the ‘seen’ are dwarfed to insignificance when compared to the majesty and glory of the ‘unseen.’
Empress and the Prairie Girl is a thoughtful little story perfect for our time. Not only does it eloquently address a universal experience most parents endure at some point, it also includes the underlying emotion that accompanies it . . . that of our children growing up far too quickly before our eyes. Author and composer, Cameron Austin, has created a beautiful relationship between Empress and the Prairie Girl, and with each turn of a page invites us to travel along their path in life with great sensitivity.
It is almost too easy to push out a book these days, and there are many different reasons one might want to write and publish a book. As a result, it is vital that authors do their utmost to learn about and understand the path that is best for their genre, goals, and so on.
The landscape of our work has continued to evolve over the years. We believe that this is a great thing, and representative of our individual and collective growth, and the ripple effect of our efforts and that of our clients and colleagues. We’re committed as ever to you, our reader, to present an abundance of motivational reads, information about online and in-person events, and exceptional expertise on a variety of subjects including, of course, publishing, business, self-development, and entrepreneurship in today’s fast-moving culture and climate of change.
The Day an Angel Came to Visit is sure to become a family keepsake for all who read it, as it gently takes us through a very poignant time of life, the loss of a loved one. In the case of this precious prose, it’s the loss of Cori’s little boy at the tender age of four and half years . . . Cori’s words helps young and old alike to embrace times like these with courage, incredible appreciation for the ones we miss, and profound joy in the dreams and memories that we hold dear.