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How to Calm the Hell Down and Be Happy, Ilene Angel

NonFiction, Self-Help & Motivational

Is stress keeping you up at night? Do you want to be calmer, but don’t know where to begin? Do you contemplate trying yoga and meditation while your inner voice is saying, “Never gonna happen?” Then How to Calm the Hell Down and Be Happy is for you. For the skeptic who wouldn’t be caught … Read more

Tenacity, Ron Coury

Business & Finance, Memoir & Biography, Military NonFiction, NonFiction

Tenacity chronicles the evolution of entrepreneur Ron Coury, a major business figure in Las Vegas, Nevada and the surrounding western states.  As Coury, a former U.S. Marine, climbed the ladder toward his success, he faced a barrage of constraints including political and police corruption, bribery, coercion and even death threats. Along the way, he also had … Read more

Summer’s Complaint, Laura Kieger

Memoir & Biography, NonFiction

Familial Adenomatous Polyposis, or FAP, accounts for roughly 1 percent of hereditary colorectal cancer and carries an extremely high lifetime risk of colon cancer and elevated risks for other exceedingly rare cancers. It is an autosomal dominant condition caused by germline mutations in the adenomatous polyposis coli (APC) gene. By the age of fifty, nearly … Read more

Organizational Happiness, Lars Kure Juul

Business & Finance, NonFiction, Nonprofit Organizations & Charity

This book gives you a recipe for creating a unique com-petitive advantage and sustainable success by guiding you through the three pillars for organizational happiness—purpose, strengths, and compassion—and finding your Organizational Happiness Sweet Spot.It also outlines the evidence for how organizational happiness and great employee engagement boost business, and introduces you to the Motivational Landscape … Read more

Technicolor Dreamin’ in Her Own Fashion, Karen Moller

Memoir & Biography, NonFiction

“In Technicolour Dreamin’, Karen Moller has given us a personal and critical history of the counter-culture, from beatnik San Francisco and New York, to hippie Paris and London, to Fluxus, to the feminist and fashion revolutions, to the aftermath of it all. This is a delightful memoir by an artist and designer who has seen … Read more

Dispensary Life, Bethany Weisbacher

Education & Teaching, NonFiction

If you have ever wondered if the cannabis industry was for you or had questions about how to begin, just open this manual to all the insiders’ knowledge of what it is like to work in marijuana. Dispensary Life takes you through a portal of possibilities to Budtenders, Managers and future industry enthusiasts. Everything is explained throughout … Read more

Waging Justice, Dr. Paul Zeitz

Memoir & Biography, NonFiction, Parenting & Relationships

Waging Justice is a memoir by Dr. Paul Zeitz, forthcoming by Balboa Press in September 2018. In unflinching prose, Dr. Zeitz shares a lifetime of struggles and hard-won lessons as a doctor, activist, father, and son. His complex dance between healing others and healing himself ultimately transforms the inexplicable anger and disappointment he felt at … Read more