Hollywood Hollyweird – How People Survive And Make It!

Hello Everyone! First I would like to say that I am African-American & my book “Hollywood: Hollyweird How People Survive And Make It!” is about my nearly Decade stay in good ‘ole HOLLYWOOD, CA!! There as a bodyguard that got to network in & around such Celebrities as Paris Hilton, Chris Rock & Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx just to name a few! In this ‘Tell All’ is Great Adventure, a good look at the Fast Lane & much more! So sit tight & enjoy my exper... [Read More...]

Recipes for a Sacred Life: True Stories and a Few Miracles

A quiz sparked Rivvy Neshama’s decision to live a different kind of life — and in this unique memoir, she shares the encounters that taught her how. “Written in the spirit of Elizabeth Gilbert or Anne Lamott, Neshama’s stories (and a few miracles) are uplifting, witty, and wise.” (Publishers Weekly) $0.99 on Kindle ... [Read More...]

Craving London: Confessions of an Incurable Romantic with an Insatiable Appetite

“Read Jessica Stone’s evocative memoir and prepare to be dazzled. When I grow up, I want to write like Jessica!” -Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling author of The Big Leap What if you could make anything happen…except the one thing you wanted most? Still single five years after a broken engagement, 29-year-old food lover Jessica Stone decides to leave New York City for a fresh start in London, hoping the change in scenery would finally usher in a new relati... [Read More...]

Free: The Singing Widow of a Buddhist Priest

When Sarah Green discovers her destiny is to tie her life with Japan, nothing can stop her. As she climbs up the corporate ladder in her Tokyo-based, Japanese firm, everything else in her life falls apart. Only the singing widow of a Buddhist priest, a white Persian cat, an ex-sumo champion, and a handsome mystery man can help her mold together her scattered self into a version of the woman she truly thirsts to be. The novel is humorous yet elegant in both its descriptions of Japan and its cult... [Read More...]

To Argue With Oblivion

An emotional roller coaster of a read – Fifteen operations, two radiotherapies, a week in a coma and a month in a wheelchair. He died once, was crippled, brain-damaged and nearly blinded. Seemingly broken beyond repair, he desperately wanted his life back. But is it possible to defeat oblivion? This personal story of healing and recovery is meant to encourage those dealing with any chronic illness, who may be close to giving up. Get inspired by this journey of recovery. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: Bored on the Wild Side

Forty-five years of stumbling, bumbling, and striving to make the American dream a reality. Beginning in the mid-1970s and hitting the brakes days before the 2020 elections, this compelling memoir shows us where we’ve been and where we might be headed via one man’s memories and experiences. While it may read like a novel, every word is true: good, bad, and ugly. Talk is cheap and some actions have expensive consequences. What’s worse? Regretting some of the things you’ve done, or wonder... [Read More...]

Eris Rising

Courtney Ramm was one of 229 offspring born from the controversial “Genius Sperm Bank”, a genetic experiment that existed in the 1980s and ’90s. With a predisposition for “genius”, Courtney found herself driven toward success. Eris Rising is a story of breaking deep karmic patterns, grappling with the calling of destiny, and changing long-held karma into mission. With the powerful feminine warrior spirit of Eris as inspiration, this memoir shows how it’s poss... [Read More...]

Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love

Growing up, they didn’t believe they had a future. Together, they are building forever. Alexis Black persevered through her mother’s death and her father’s imprisonment. And after escaping a long and abusive relationship, the college junior promised her foster parents not to date for at least a year. But when she meets an incoming freshman on the first day of their scholarship program, she feels the world melt away, as though it were only the two of them in the room. Justin Black lived in... [Read More...]