Reversed: A Memoir, Lois Letchford

Education & Teaching, Memoir & Biography, NonFiction

“HE’S THE WORST CHILD I’VE SEEN IN 20 YEARS OF TEACHING.” When Lois Letchford learns her son has been diagnosed with a low IQ at the end of grade one, she refuses to give up on his future. Testing showed Nicholas had no spatial awareness, limited concentration, and could only read ten words; he is … Read more

The Unspoken Truth About Essential Oils, Kayla Fioravanti & Stacey Haluka

Education & Teaching, Health & Well Being, NonFiction

A story that may leave you questioning everything you thought you knew about essential oils, followed by the answers you need to continue using them safely.  You are about to embark upon a journey that may shock you and cause disbelief, however the fact remains that this is a true story. In fact, it is … Read more

The Unbranded Student, Benjamin Roberts & Lee Brown

Business & Finance, Civilization & Culture, Education & Teaching, Guidebook and Textbook, NonFiction

Picking the wrong college is expensive.  Picking the wrong college for the wrong reasons? Expensive and unnecessary.  Choosing a school that’s a poor fit can lead to massive loans, low graduation rates, and decreased levels of happiness. But with the right tools, the college search process doesn’t have to be daunting. In The Unbranded Student, … Read more

Mother Nature Reincarnated, Robyn L. Taylor

Civilization & Culture, Coming of Age, Contemporary Fiction, Education & Teaching, Historical Fiction, Literature & Fiction

The story you are about to read is a fictional tale that I have predicted to be the possible future of our lives and our Earth, as humanity continues to take the natural environment for granted. Pollution, global warming and climate change have continued to devastate our planet, and guess who is to blame for … Read more

Thomas Jefferson – From Boy to Man, Jayne D’Alessandro-Cox

Civilization & Culture, Education & Teaching, History NonFiction, Memoir & Biography, NonFiction

Have you ever wondered, “Who really was Thomas Jefferson?” History books tell us he was a brilliant scholar, violinist, surveyor, astronomer, lawyer, planter, bibliophile, architect, founding father, statesman, governor of Virginia, ambassador to France, Secretary under George Washington, Vice-President under John Adams, 3rd U.S. president, scientist, natural philosopher, family man, and sage. So much is … Read more

The New Humans, Charol Messenger

Civilization & Culture, Education & Teaching, NonFiction, Religion & Spirtuality, Spirituality & Philosophy

THE FUTURE IS NOW NEW WAVES OF VISIONARIES are in life to serve: all peoples, nations, and societies. They are solvers, in all endeavors, including: inventors, scientists, engineers, researchers, protectors, physicians, teachers, artists, healers, humanitarians, visionaries, innovators, intuitives – bringing us new treatments and new answers in science and technology, economy and education. They care … Read more

The Ageless Beauty Grail, Sandra Bloom

Education & Teaching, Grief & Hardship, Guidebook and Textbook, Health & Well Being, NonFiction

Fed up of following fad diets and reading countless self-help books, only to find yourself back at square one? This is your indispensable guide to a program that can help you achieve your weight loss goals while rebooting your health and energy FOR GOOD! Natural beauty and nutrition expert Sandra Bloom, is lifting the lid … Read more