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Making Waves: One Start-Up Founder’s Raw, Gritty, & Unexpected Journey

Publication Date: 06/18/2024

This is not your typical hero’s journey. Making Waves is the inspiring story of the challenges and seemingly insurmountable mountains a resilient woman faced while running and launching her startup. Ten years of riding the startup waves forced Helaine to develop grit, determination, resilience, creative problem solving, deep interpersonal skills,…

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You Shall Be as Gods: Pagans, Progressives, and the Rise of the Woke Gnostic Left

Publication Date: 06/25/2024

Our country doesn’t have a partisan problem, a political problem, a social problem, or an economic problem. We have a spiritual problem. What in the world is happening? To many Americans, it feels as if reality itself has been turned upside down. Speaking truth, or even suggesting such a thing…

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The Gouge!: How to Be Smarter Than the Situation You Are In

Publication Date: 06/25/2024

You are measured by what you do for others, not by what you have accomplished for yourself. The Gouge, in military parlance, is what you really need to know in order to be smarter than the situation you are in.   As a US Navy SEAL, who became a Vice Admiral,…

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Crooked Smile: What It Took to Escape a Decade of Homelessness, Addiction, & Crime

Publication Date: 06/25/2024

Crooked Smile details one man’s life on Skid Row and what it took to escape a lifetime of addiction. “Darkly humorous” is an understatement when it comes to this poignant tale of addiction, homelessness, incarceration, and eventually, redemption. Jared Klickstein, the child of two heroin addicts who eventually became addicted…

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Montauk to Manhattan: An American Novel

Publication Date: 07/09/2024

A fun, provocative murder mystery about the making of a miniseries in the Hamptons during the summer of 2016 that involves today's streaming TV, #MeToo Hollywood, the rise of Donald Trump, Hamptons parties, the stealing of Native American lands, and a well-known New York newspaper.  Author Thomas Maier (Showtime’s Masters…

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Embrace Your Freedom: Winning Strategies to Succeed in College and in Life

Publication Date: 07/09/2024

Embrace Your Freedom delivers straight talk about how students can achieve a life-changing college experience, and how parents can help them make the most of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Philip A. Glotzbach cuts through the contemporary fog of misinformation about going to college. He speaks directly to new students about what…

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Spare Me

Publication Date: 07/16/2024

You won't want to miss the explosive insights and unfiltered perspective in legendary broadcaster Anthony Cumia’s latest book. In his much-anticipated second book, Spare Me, radio personality and podcaster Anthony Cumia returns, unleashing a scorching and unapologetic commentary that spans the spectrum from politics to entertainment, while sparing no particular…

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Broken Fortune: A Novel

Publication Date: 07/16/2024

Broken Fortune explores the unraveling of a wealthy, blended family forced to reconsider their future together as their world falls apart around them.  Elizabeth Sunderland—a forty-three-year-old wife and mother of two teenagers—is the oldest of five children in a blended family that never quite blended. The only thing that has…

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The Quest for Belonging: How the Most Effective Nonprofit Leaders Understand the Psychology of Giving

Publication Date: 07/16/2024

Discover the deepest reasons people give to nonprofits—and how fundraisers can tap into donors’ most potent motivations. In The Quest for Belonging: How the Most Effective Nonprofit Leaders Understand the Psychology of Giving, Jeremy Beer draws from the latest social science to explain the primacy of identity—the need to know…

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First in Line: How COVID-19 Placed Me on the Frontlines of a Health Care Crisis

Publication Date: 07/23/2024

Sandra Lindsay, the first person to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, takes the reader on her journey from humble immigrant beginnings in 1980s Bronx to national health equity advocate and winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Sandra Lindsay immigrated to the United States from Jamaica in 1986 with ambitions of…

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