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  • We Can Do This!

    Adult Children and Aging Parents Planning for Success by

    Practical, conversational and authentic, this timely book by Lorraine Morales, is a must-read for the increasing number of people with aging parents. The book partners Lorrie’s journey and real-life stories with essential facts, take-aways, and ...


  • Hey Son, It’s Ok To Not Be Ok

    by

    Every man faces struggles, but few talk about it, especially with their sons. Afraid to appear weak or vulnerable, fathers tend to keep their fears and uncertainties bottled up inside while projecting an image of strength and resilience. Meanwhile, ...


  • Uncle Funky's a Drunk, Skunk

    A Conversation-starter for Kids about Alcohol by

    Little Skunky loves his Uncle Funky, but it unsettles him when his uncle drinks. One day, after Uncle Funky trips over Little Skunky and yells at him, Mommy Skunky holds Little Skunky on her lap and explains his uncle’s strange and unpredictable ...


  • And They Thought I Had It All

    by

    From her idyllic childhood and loving family to her storybook wedding. It appears that Sara Gordon has the perfect life. But as she gradually comes to grips with her husband’s deceitful ways, she must make the decision she has put off for a very ...


  • TMI

    (Truthful Marriage Insights) by

    TMI: Truthful Marriage Insights is an intimate, candid view into one woman’s marriage, offered to help others benefit from the lessons she’s learned. The book is aimed at encouraging newly married couples who are navigating the struggles that early ...


  • The All-for-Nothing Marriage

    Why your Marriage Will Kill You Before Death Do You Part by

    Rather than being a source of joy, your marriage can destroy your quality of life, causing silent frustration and catastrophic disappointment. But every couple is entitled to a meaningful marriage filled with passion, intimacy, and shared purpose. ...


  • "Hey, there's no violin in this case!"

    Life with 7 Ms 1958-2018 by

    This book chronicles the year-by-year activities of a large, very active family. Frustrations and achievements, gratitude to a Heavenly Father, small business ventures, a love of nature and beauty, much hilarity, the undertaking of thousands of ...


  • One Way Ticket

    by

    Headed for Germany from Denmark, nineteen-year-old Birgit had her whole life ahead of her. Independent and free, she was pursuing her dream to learn commercial fashion art, planning to work abroad before returning to Sweden to settle. Birgit met ...


  • Walking Through Madness

    by

    A mysterious, years-old skull fracture. Ever-changing stories and excuses. A volatile mother. At the age of 57, Emily Knew discovered she had broken bones but had no memory of how she got them. She’d always known she was different from others but ...


  • Young Love

    An Adoptee's Memoir by

    Young Love: An Adoptee’s Memoir describes the author’s lifelong, innate curiosity about her adoption. She was born in Catherine Booth Hospital in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and relinquished into foster care by her birth mother at six weeks. Adopted ...