• Biography & True Stories

      Spirit Mates - The New Time Relationship

      by Anni Sennov, Carsten Sennov

      Most people have heard of the terms ‘soul mate’ and ‘twin soul’. What most people may not yet know is that the concept of soul mate refers to a consciousness realm that is about to completely disappear from the Earth in order to be replaced by the purer and more powerful spirit energy. This is creating great changes in consciousness on Earth and it also means that we humans finally have the opportunity to join together with our spirit mate. In this book the co-authors and spirit mate couple Anni and Carsten Sennov describe with love and insight the different paths and circumstances that can lead you to your spirit mate.

    • Self-help & personal development

      Keeping the Faith

      Daily Reflections to Build Strength, Serenity, and Passion in Your Life and the Lives of Others

      by John W. Pozzi

      THE TRUE FAITH THAT MUST BE FOUND AND KEPT IS THE FAITH IN ONESELF. Each day you give a part of yourself whether it is at work, at home, or in your daily interaction with others. How do you give of yourself? Do you hold back or go at life half-heartedly? You need to give of yourself with heart, mind, and soul all the time. You never know what interaction with a person will make a difference in their life — or yours. If you don’t believe in yourself and don’t have the confidence to grow each day, then you are missing out on what life has to offer you. This simple book will inspire you to help others. Or, at the very least, you will make another person’s day — and, therefore, your day — better.

    • Children's & YA
      November 2015

      Chocolate Mixer

      by Jason Armstrong

      While making her favorite snack with her Daddy, little Sofia makes an amazing discovery about herself! Her realization changes the way she sees this colorful world. Filled with wonder and questions, Sofia journeys into a world that isn’t just black or white, but a beautiful rainbow of colors. This book is the story of a little girl learning that she is Multiracial. “Chocolate Mixer” addresses the common questions our children may ask about a world filled with different cultures, skin-colors and ways of life, and how even our own parents can look so different from one another.

    • Mind, Body, Spirit
      August 2012

      The Art of Making Love

      His & Her Secrets

      by Horner, Christine

      It is through the mind, the body, and then the letting go of the mind and the body that we reconnect with Spirit, the three merging as the One. A few come to know the Secrets in later years, many never at all. What if you knew these Secrets now? Intrinsically, we sense the expression of the Divine Feminine and the Divine Masculine is the Dance of Creation. It is perpetually alive, not just in the bedroom, but beyond, if only we but pay attention. It is this noticing that is ... The Art of Making Love. www.ChristineHorner.com

    • Health & Personal Development
      March 2017

      Dear Daughter of a Narcissistic Mother

      100 letters for your Healing and Thriving

      by Danu Morrigan

      Following on from the tremendously successful You’re Not Crazy – It’s Your Mother comes a second book by its author Danu Morrigan this time comprising 100 letters written by the author to daughters of narcissistic mothers (DoNMs) offering advice, encouragement and coping techniques. The result is a self-help guidebook for DoNMs that acts as a route-map, guide and even friend on the journey to full healing and thriving. ;

    • Coping with personal problems
      July 2016

      Phil the Frog

      by Hanna Zeyen

      Phil is a cheerful frog who is very happy with his life. He has days, though, when nothing goes right: his mother scolds him for being careless, his teacher is cross because he won’t sit still, and his best friend is angry because he has annoyed her. On days like this, his mother grumbles and says that Phil must have “ants in his pants” again. It seems to Phil that sometimes there is a creature inside him that holds his ears shut and tosses words out of his mouth, making him hyperactive, inattentive, and impulsive. He decides to tell his mother this. To his surprise, she isn’t cross with him, but understands him and gets on the phone to all sorts of people. Eventually she tells him that they will soon be going to see a specialist. The specialist teaches him lots of tricks that he can use to deal with his “creature,” and Phil is relieved. Target Group: Parents and therapists of children between the ages of 7 and 10; children who have been diagnosed with ADHD or are about to be assessed for it, children assessed as being below the threshold for a diagnosis of ADHD but need support in dealing with ADHD symptoms.

    • Coping with personal problems
      April 2009

      The Twelve Sacred Traditions Of Magnificent Mothers-in-Law

      by Haywood Smith

      A very Southern mother-in-law's humorous advice to mothers-in-law everywhere. From the multiple New York Times bestselling author of The Red Hat Club. Bestselling author Haywood Smith and her pals have lots of personal experience in the joys, sorrows, pitfalls and flat-out hysteria of Mother-in-Lawness. Now Smith offers a handy and fun booklet of pithy advice to mothers-in-law everywhere. Smiths sassy observations and gentle wisdom are delivered with her trademark southern charm, packing the sweet, heady punch of bourbon ice cubes melting in a mint julep. The Twelve Sacred Traditions of Magnificent Mothers-in-Law is the perfect gift book for showers, engagement parties, family celebrations or just to share with that special DIL (Daughter-in-Law) or SIL (Son-in-Law). It can even safely be given to a Mother-in-Law

    • Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice

      Beyond Tantra

      Healing Through Taoist Sacred Sex

      by Mieke Wik

    • Dating, relationships, living together & marriage
      March 2012

      101 Myths About Relationships That Drive Us Crazy

      How to Stop Them from Sabotaging Your Happiness

      by Tim Ray

      In this entertaining and thought-provoking book, Tim presents a revolutionary new way of looking at our relationships and why they can be so problematic and then he goes on to offer some refreshing, new advice as to what we can do about it. The book's basic premise is that most of us believe in a wide range of myths about men and women, love and relationships that we have never questioned. It is our unquestioned belief in these myths that confuses us and makes us unhappy in our relationships. To help readers understand the power of myths in our lives, Tim identifies some of our most common relationship myths. And then he shows us how we can free ourselves from them. The result is much greater clarity, joy and love in our relationships. Some of the myths Tim unveils are:· - A relationship can only work if you compromise - I need a partner to be happy - My happiness is dependent on my partner - If you love me, you'll do what I want - I'm more selfish than my partner if I don't do what my partner wants - I know what is best for my partner - It's better to be in a relationship than to be single - Strong sexual attraction means we're a good match Every time you believe that reality should be different than it is right now, you suffer. It's actually that simple." - Tim Ray "When it comes to relationships, there are self-help books all around the world, but I've never read anyone who has done so much research into 'what happens to the hero and heroine after they finally get each other' as Tim Ray" - Jane Aamund - Denmark's leading woman writer and author of countless bestselling books. "An entertaining and courageous book that shows us how we can experience more happiness in our relationships by questioning the traditional way of doing things. I warmly recommend this book to everyone who's interested in personal development" Joan 0rting Denmark's leading sexologist, couples therapist, TV host, and best-selling author.

    • Humour
      November 2011

      A Married Man's Guide To Christmas

      by Robert Henry

      In the great tradition of guy-humor everywhere, here comes humorist Robert Henry’s growling, good-hearted rant about holiday madness, A MARRIED MAN’S GUIDE TO CHRISTMAS. Henry reveals the truth about Christmas through the eyes of a typical married man. “Remember, it’s not how you celebrate the joyous season. It’s whether you are still alive, married, sleeping indoors, with a healthy prostate, and without a rap sheet on January 4th that counts.” Husbands will laugh out loud. Dads will slap their knees and keel over (have CPR ready). Wives, daughters, sisters, mothers, aunts, female co-workers and sales clerks who dread seeing men mumble and mutter their way through the Christmas section at BIG BOX DISCOUNT WAREHOUSE will nod in recognition at the syndrome best described as “CAN I SURVIVE UNTIL NEW YEAR’S?” A Married Man’s Guide To Christmas is a must for every guy who wants the women in his life to understand why he’d rather buy them gift certificates than brave the treacherous online world of lingerie catalogs. Why have just a joyous season, when you can have a Christmas filled with laughs that don’t include finding pictures of Uncle Herbert in a teddy? Irreverent, honest, and biodegradable, Robert Henry has captured the essence of the holiday season for all men in A Married Man’s Guide To Christmas. So grab it today for all the beleaguered males on your Xmas list and all the long-suffering females who just want the lights strung on the front porch by Christmas Eve, the honey-do list completed before Aunt Sookie arrives with her flatulent Pekinese, and that expensive bottle of Scotch left mostly full until the tinsel is hung, the presents are wrapped, and the home owner’s association has accepted your apology for spelling out a less-than-jolly greeting in solar-powered candy canes on your front lawn.

    • Anthologies (non-poetry)

      The Hey Nonny Handbook

      by Julia Jeffries

      Take two women: One finds her high-flying career has flown her straight into a brick wall; the other discovers her husband lurking in the shrubbery, texting his mistress. This is the book they wrote.Do you have teenage children, elderly parents or a husband in crisis? Then this book's for you.From divorce to depression, menopause to marriage, from infidelity to insomnia - it's all here in The Hey Nonny Handbook.This book won't provide chicken soup for your soul. What it will show you is what the authors found themselves: that literature can save your life. There's nowhere you've been that someone more articulate hasn't been before. As C.S. Lewis has said, 'We read to know we are not alone'.Women have always banded together for reasons of safety and mutual support. The Hey Nonny Club started life as a loose collection of women (not a collection of loose women!) who had troubles in their life - and from that club this book has grown.The authors hope that women everywhere will learn from their experiences and benefit from their words, from the City high-flyer to the mother in track pants mucking out the guinea pigs.Laced with the acid wit of The Independent's cartoonist Sally Ann Lasson, it abounds in wicked humour and black comedy.Read it on the beach, give it to a friend in trouble or keep it on the kitchen shelf. And as Gwendolen said in The Importance of Being Earnest, you will 'always have something sensational to read on the train'!www.heynonny.com

    • Humour collections & anthologies

      The Little Book of Loony Sex Laws

      by Christine Green

      A little book that takes a quirky look at the world of sex and finds that, universally, the law is an ass! The Little Book of Loony Sex Laws reveals over 250 loony sex laws and rules - some current, some ancient. Did you know that in the USA in Virginia in the county of Norfolk a law was passed banning women from wearing corsets. The reason being was because 'the privilege of admiring the curvaceous unencumbered body of a young woman should not be denied to the normal red-blooded American male'. And in Ohio, Cleveland, women aren't allowed to wear patent leather shoes for fear a man might see the reflection of something that he ought not to! In China thare is no law against prostitution because according to the authorities: "There is no prostitution in China. However, we do have some women who make love for money." In England...no sex is allowed on the back of a motorbike in the city of London! And finally from Greece...the ancient Greeks knew how to deal with adulterous men. A law was written that if caught in the act they would have their pubic hair removed and a large radish inserted up their rectum. Ther is no record af any repeal of this law!;The perfect antidote to our oversexed world, The Little Book of Loony Sex Laws is a must for Father's Day!

    • Philosophy
      May 2007

      Phenomenologies of the Stranger

      Between Hostility and Hospitality

      by Edited by Richard Kearney, and Kascha Semonovitch

    • Christian theology

      Dreaming of Eden

      Reflections On Christianity and Sexuality

      by Kathy. Galloway

    • Family & relationships
      February 2010

      Your Gay Friend's Guide To Understanding Men

      by Bo Sebastain

      Girlfriends, get ready for some straight-talk about straight men from a gay friend. What do men really want from women? How do you avoid Mr. Wrong in your search for Mr. Right? What kind of emotional baggage is likely to send a man packing? Is your heartthrob a deadbeat? Where are the best places to search for the man of your dreams? Explore all these questions and more with renowned Life Coach, Bo Sebastian. Find ways to make your life and relationships better. Nationally renowned Clinical Hypnotist and Life Coach Bo Sebastian is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and taught at the 2008 World Hypnosis Conference. He currently works with Green Hills Healing Arts and has a private practice in Nashville, Tennessee. Bo has appeared on The Learning Channel with his sound-enhanced, multilayered hypnotherapy.

    • Home nursing & caring

      From the Heart Through the Hands

      The Power of Touch in Caregiving

      by Dawn Nelson

    • Family & relationships

      Love Unlimited

      The Joys and Challenges of Open Relationships

      by Leonie Linssen

    • Sex & sexuality, sex manuals

      Divine Sexuality

      The Joy of Tantra

      by Ma Ananda Sarita

    • Sagas

      Rain

      by Leigh K Cunningham

      Set in provincial Australia in the early sixties, Rain is a multigenerational family saga that chronicles the lives of three generations of the Wallin sawmilling dynasty. It explores the often difficult but enduring ties between mothers and daughters, men and women: the sacrifices, compromises, and patterns of emotion that repeat themselves through generations. By turn dark and amusing, Rain delivers an emotionally charged revelation about love, loss, guilt, self-discovery and redemption. The enduring question of family bonds—escapable or not, divides, conquers, and triumphs.

    • Humour

      You Like That, Don't You?

      by Kelvin Nel

      A DELICIOUSLY DARK COMEDY Acclaimed Fifty-year old Broadway and Hollywood writer, Gavin De Jong, has returned to his old English coastal hometown resort of Southend-on-Sea, under a cloud of suspicion and scandal. De Jong’s life has everything one would expect from a man of his position: drama, travel, sex, laughter, media interest – even a touch of intrigue. But this was his life almost thirty years ago. Before he even became famous. During 1984, apart the minor issue of being associated with five deaths, young cinema projectionist, Gavin De Jong – a football mad, soul, funk and film buff – experiences an otherwise average year in Southend. Roll up; roll up for this seaside extravaganza! Laugh along with De Jong and his bunch of hilarious and eccentric friends, known as The First Team, as they create and perform in perhaps the worst band of all time, unaware that the consequences of their uniquely shambolic concert, will prove to be a deadly one. Gasp as De Jong earnestly juggles the mundane daily routine of his working life around two contrasting love affairs, while the shadows of a psychotic boss and a mysterious killer, stalk his every move. Marvel at how De Jong still manages to find the time, in the middle of all the bodies, to enjoy a roller coaster lifestyle of parties, drinking and nightclubs. And happily follow De Jong’s odyssey through 156 momentous days, until his devastating and tragic secret is revealed, in a heart-rending climax. A romantic and savagely funny satire on British youth culture and the pre-political correctness era of the 1980s, YOU LIKE THAT DON’T YOU? is often a harsh, lewd and challenging tale, full of symbolic imagery. THIS WAS NOT WHAT GEORGE ORWELL HAD FORESEEN FOR 1984

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