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By Emma Gomez
From the rural mountains of Yabucoa in Puerto Rico to the bustling streets of New York City, author Emma Gomez shares her life story in this inspiring memoir. Born in 1934 as one of ten children and then graduating from college in 1980, Gomez narrates how she overcame the challenges of being a Hispanic woman in a world that wasn’t quite ready to accept her and her high aspirations. Through many stories and anecdotes, this memoir follows Gomez from her early days in Puerto Rico, to moving to the United States, to her marriage and its issues, to raising two children, and to her work on labor issues affecting women. A true story of facing trials and the satisfaction of meeting one’s goals, her recollections provide a testament to one woman’s dedication to improving herself and paving the way for other women to do the same. Praise for Emma Gomez: A Courageous Woman Displays “True Grit” True grit—that’s exactly what you get when you read this exciting true story of this self-made woman, Emma Gomez. Within the short time that I have known her, she has unselfishly given of herself to all without prejudice, seeking to give rather than to receive. And that’s the point of the story you are about to read. Now she gives to you, the readers, just as she has given to all who have crossed her path. …” —James G. Nolan Jr.
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By Bree Swain

“Do what you want”—it feels so good to hear these words. All your defenses drop and your heart begins to dream. If only for a brief moment, you relax into the infinite possibilities that spring to mind from these four little words. Could you really give yourself permission to do what you want? Taking the reins of your own life can be thrilling, confusing, and for many, frighteningly revealing.

Author Bree Swain offers a raw and voyeuristic look at her journey through the rocky terrain of her own assumptions and fears and into her own heart of unbridled joy, clarity, and unconditional love. For those who desire to follow this path to their own happiness, this guide will serve as a wise and authentic companion.

Each chapter invites you to go inward simply by asking yourself some questions. If you choose to take this invitation, what you discover will be uniquely yours and priceless. Do What You Want is the anthem of your own awakening—the cry of your heart that has been bound by rules and fear.

Allow the permission of Do What You Want to guide you on your entire journey. Only you hold your deepest truth.


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By Dr.Tommy A. Watson, Ed. D., ACC
Dr. Tommy A. Watson went from being homeless and living out of a trunk to being a star athlete, bestselling author, and popular speaker. In this guide to being a lifelong champion, he shares the six habits that he has experienced and researched that help individuals and organizations to be resilient and successful. Whether it’s Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, McDonald’s, or Mary Kay Cosmetics, there are certain skills that must be mastered to survive and thrive. Watson takes a particularly close look at the impressive leadership development training program at McDonald’s, which has developed leaders worldwide. He witnessed the strength of the program firsthand, joining its ranks after being fired from a job due to a lack of leadership skills. He later went on to win the prestigious McDonald’s leadership award. Now he shares what he has learned throughout his career to help you develop the skills you need to serve as a broker of hope, find a sense of purpose, and embrace change. The Resilience of Champions!™ empowers you and your organization with practical habits to overcome obstacles, boost performance, and gain more satisfaction out of your work. “Watson had guts. He had wits. He had determination. He had within himself the characteristics necessary to succeed. He’s an example.” —The Denver Post “The Resilience of Champions!™ is a superb book! Its stories and practical application will be a rewarding experience for leaders and individuals who want to have the courage and tools to get through challenge and change.” —Ken Brown Multi-millionaire McDonald’s Franchisee & Bestselling Author
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By Dr.Tommy A. Watson, Ed. D., ACC
Dr. Tommy A. Watson went from being homeless and living out of a trunk to being a star athlete, bestselling author, and popular speaker. In this guide to being a lifelong champion, he shares the six habits that he has experienced and researched that help individuals and organizations to be resilient and successful. Whether it’s Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, McDonald’s, or Mary Kay Cosmetics, there are certain skills that must be mastered to survive and thrive. Watson takes a particularly close look at the impressive leadership development training program at McDonald’s, which has developed leaders worldwide. He witnessed the strength of the program firsthand, joining its ranks after being fired from a job due to a lack of leadership skills. He later went on to win the prestigious McDonald’s leadership award. Now he shares what he has learned throughout his career to help you develop the skills you need to serve as a broker of hope, find a sense of purpose, and embrace change. The Resilience of Champions!™ empowers you and your organization with practical habits to overcome obstacles, boost performance, and gain more satisfaction out of your work. “Watson had guts. He had wits. He had determination. He had within himself the characteristics necessary to succeed. He’s an example.” —The Denver Post “The Resilience of Champions!™ is a superb book! Its stories and practical application will be a rewarding experience for leaders and individuals who want to have the courage and tools to get through challenge and change.” —Ken Brown Multi-millionaire McDonald’s Franchisee & Bestselling Author
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By P. King
When author P. King was growing up, her father frequently told her and her siblings stories teaching them how to be better people and make good decisions in life. He would conclude the message with the words, “I have just given you one thousand treasures.” In Words Worth a Thousand Treasures, King shares a collection of these special stories and fables that relate to everyday life, each followed by a short moral message. Passed from generation to generation, the stories show that even at low times in life, better days are ahead. Enriching and inspirational, the stories presented in Words Worth a Thousand Treasures remind us that treasures come to us each day in many different forms. Through these messages, King delivers the idea of the importance of bringing peace to one’s world, viewing each day in a new light, and living a happier and more meaningful life.
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By P. King
When author P. King was growing up, her father frequently told her and her siblings stories teaching them how to be better people and make good decisions in life. He would conclude the message with the words, “I have just given you one thousand treasures.” In Words Worth a Thousand Treasures, King shares a collection of these special stories and fables that relate to everyday life, each followed by a short moral message. Passed from generation to generation, the stories show that even at low times in life, better days are ahead. Enriching and inspirational, the stories presented in Words Worth a Thousand Treasures remind us that treasures come to us each day in many different forms. Through these messages, King delivers the idea of the importance of bringing peace to one’s world, viewing each day in a new light, and living a happier and more meaningful life.
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By Brian Ray Gross

All humans have weaknesses. Even mythical warriors and superheroes have a weakness. For author Brian Ray Gross, that weakness is food. This creates an interesting paradox: food is intended to strengthen, nourish, and sustain—but when we consume too much, we become weakened by it. In this weakness, we cannot be the people God intends for us to be.

In Half the Man I Used to Be, Gross shares his story about food, weight, and his weight loss journey. He tells how it all came to head in October of 2012, when he found out that he was diabetic and that his liver was failing. He was at his weakest point, and he had a choice to make: he could continue to let the weakness dictate the rest of his life, or he could seek the strength to overcome. He chose the latter, and the kind of strength he needed could only come from God.

This memoir discusses Gross’s lifestyle changes and his weight loss success. His story serves to communicate there is hope for all who face the same challenges. It’s not too late to regain the life you desire. You have a creator who made you in his image, and he wants the best for you. You can do this, and when you do, you’ll be glad you did.


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By Brian Ray Gross

All humans have weaknesses. Even mythical warriors and superheroes have a weakness. For author Brian Ray Gross, that weakness is food. This creates an interesting paradox: food is intended to strengthen, nourish, and sustain—but when we consume too much, we become weakened by it. In this weakness, we cannot be the people God intends for us to be.

In Half the Man I Used to Be, Gross shares his story about food, weight, and his weight loss journey. He tells how it all came to head in October of 2012, when he found out that he was diabetic and that his liver was failing. He was at his weakest point, and he had a choice to make: he could continue to let the weakness dictate the rest of his life, or he could seek the strength to overcome. He chose the latter, and the kind of strength he needed could only come from God.

This memoir discusses Gross’s lifestyle changes and his weight loss success. His story serves to communicate there is hope for all who face the same challenges. It’s not too late to regain the life you desire. You have a creator who made you in his image, and he wants the best for you. You can do this, and when you do, you’ll be glad you did.


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By Brian Ray Gross

All humans have weaknesses. Even mythical warriors and superheroes have a weakness. For author Brian Ray Gross, that weakness is food. This creates an interesting paradox: food is intended to strengthen, nourish, and sustain—but when we consume too much, we become weakened by it. In this weakness, we cannot be the people God intends for us to be.

In Half the Man I Used to Be, Gross shares his story about food, weight, and his weight loss journey. He tells how it all came to head in October of 2012, when he found out that he was diabetic and that his liver was failing. He was at his weakest point, and he had a choice to make: he could continue to let the weakness dictate the rest of his life, or he could seek the strength to overcome. He chose the latter, and the kind of strength he needed could only come from God.

This memoir discusses Gross’s lifestyle changes and his weight loss success. His story serves to communicate there is hope for all who face the same challenges. It’s not too late to regain the life you desire. You have a creator who made you in his image, and he wants the best for you. You can do this, and when you do, you’ll be glad you did.


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By Roman Plastich
Many relationships turn into a struggle for power, but it doesn’t have to be that way—for men or women. In this guidebook geared for women but useful for anyone, you can learn how to find common ground with your partner. But to do so, you first need to know what you’re really seeking in a relationship.

By examining what motivates yourself and your partner, you’ll be equipped to answer critical questions:

• If you’re single, should you try meeting people in person or online?
• Why in the world would someone cheat if he or she has a loving partner?
• How can you fix a broken relationship?
• When is it time to abandon a partner?

Too often, instead of working toward a common goal, people avoid doing what they don’t want to do, and they lose out on having a real partner. But when you find a true teammate, you’ll be more satisfied with life and better equipped to accomplish your goals.

Stop selling yourself short, and start getting what you want out of relationships with the tools, insights, and strategies in Finishing School for Women.

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By Roman Plastich
Many relationships turn into a struggle for power, but it doesn’t have to be that way—for men or women. In this guidebook geared for women but useful for anyone, you can learn how to find common ground with your partner. But to do so, you first need to know what you’re really seeking in a relationship.

By examining what motivates yourself and your partner, you’ll be equipped to answer critical questions:

• If you’re single, should you try meeting people in person or online?
• Why in the world would someone cheat if he or she has a loving partner?
• How can you fix a broken relationship?
• When is it time to abandon a partner?

Too often, instead of working toward a common goal, people avoid doing what they don’t want to do, and they lose out on having a real partner. But when you find a true teammate, you’ll be more satisfied with life and better equipped to accomplish your goals.

Stop selling yourself short, and start getting what you want out of relationships with the tools, insights, and strategies in Finishing School for Women.

FORMAT: Softcover
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By Roman Plastich
Many relationships turn into a struggle for power, but it doesn’t have to be that way—for men or women. In this guidebook geared for women but useful for anyone, you can learn how to find common ground with your partner. But to do so, you first need to know what you’re really seeking in a relationship.

By examining what motivates yourself and your partner, you’ll be equipped to answer critical questions:

• If you’re single, should you try meeting people in person or online?
• Why in the world would someone cheat if he or she has a loving partner?
• How can you fix a broken relationship?
• When is it time to abandon a partner?

Too often, instead of working toward a common goal, people avoid doing what they don’t want to do, and they lose out on having a real partner. But when you find a true teammate, you’ll be more satisfied with life and better equipped to accomplish your goals.

Stop selling yourself short, and start getting what you want out of relationships with the tools, insights, and strategies in Finishing School for Women.

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By Iris Killens Cheeks
Many of us go through life feeling isolated and alone in a world full of family, friends, and gods. In I Sing the Blues and Cry, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse expresses through both poetry and prose the shared fear, confusion, anger, hope, and faith needed to accomplish joy in a world infused with pain. One out of every four little girls is sexually abused, and the majority of the abusers are family members or close friends of the family in America today. They are trapped in a cage of shame, guilt, and secrecy. Bodies grow, minds mature, yet there still remains a broken little girl within each victim. Author Iris Killens Cheeks shares conversations, verse, and vital resources to open a door into the thoughts, perceptions, and soul of a survivor of sexual, mental, and emotional abuse. This little girl found a way to survive, mature, and conquer many of the battles she faced due to traumatic experiences that no child should have to endure. Hers is a story that is poignant, revealing, and uplifting—a story of light, acceptance, forgiveness, and growth. I Sing the Blues and Cry is an inspiring look beyond the surface into the eyes of a child, a woman, and a survivor.
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By Iris Killens Cheeks
Many of us go through life feeling isolated and alone in a world full of family, friends, and gods. In I Sing the Blues and Cry, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse expresses through both poetry and prose the shared fear, confusion, anger, hope, and faith needed to accomplish joy in a world infused with pain. One out of every four little girls is sexually abused, and the majority of the abusers are family members or close friends of the family in America today. They are trapped in a cage of shame, guilt, and secrecy. Bodies grow, minds mature, yet there still remains a broken little girl within each victim. Author Iris Killens Cheeks shares conversations, verse, and vital resources to open a door into the thoughts, perceptions, and soul of a survivor of sexual, mental, and emotional abuse. This little girl found a way to survive, mature, and conquer many of the battles she faced due to traumatic experiences that no child should have to endure. Hers is a story that is poignant, revealing, and uplifting—a story of light, acceptance, forgiveness, and growth. I Sing the Blues and Cry is an inspiring look beyond the surface into the eyes of a child, a woman, and a survivor.
FORMAT: Softcover
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By Iris Killens Cheeks
Many of us go through life feeling isolated and alone in a world full of family, friends, and gods. In I Sing the Blues and Cry, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse expresses through both poetry and prose the shared fear, confusion, anger, hope, and faith needed to accomplish joy in a world infused with pain. One out of every four little girls is sexually abused, and the majority of the abusers are family members or close friends of the family in America today. They are trapped in a cage of shame, guilt, and secrecy. Bodies grow, minds mature, yet there still remains a broken little girl within each victim. Author Iris Killens Cheeks shares conversations, verse, and vital resources to open a door into the thoughts, perceptions, and soul of a survivor of sexual, mental, and emotional abuse. This little girl found a way to survive, mature, and conquer many of the battles she faced due to traumatic experiences that no child should have to endure. Hers is a story that is poignant, revealing, and uplifting—a story of light, acceptance, forgiveness, and growth. I Sing the Blues and Cry is an inspiring look beyond the surface into the eyes of a child, a woman, and a survivor.
FORMAT: Hardcover
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