Michelle Kelly
(in progress) Recreational Ice Hockey League Scorekeeping Handbook
The book is to help ice hockey scorekeepers understand the rules of the game better. To help them communicate with the referees, players, and coaches better.

I've been a scorekeeper at my local rink for 10 years, I'm finishing my 6th year as the scorekeeper cooridinator there too. It is my job to make sure my crew as all of the information and rules for 5 different leagues. I've set up a system that works and I want to help other rinks achieve success with their scorekeeping teams too.
Joseph Langen
Navigating Life: Commonsense Reflections for the Voyage
We expect and hope for the best from our national and world leaders. What are we willing to contribute to the world's well-being through our own lives? How can we make the best of our own lives for our benefit and for that of our fellow voyagers? How do we handle the difficult situations which arise?

"Navigating Life: Commonsense Reflections for the Voyage" provides quotes, reflections and Life Lab Lessons to help you understand your life in a spiritual context and offers practical suggestions for finding your way on the sea of life while improving cooperation with our fellow travelers. These reflections represent a practical approach to spirituality defined as "Awakening to the goodness and joy for which we are created."
Gregg Huestis
Beauty Out of Ashes
Beauty Out of Ashes is the true story of how God spared Gregg Huestis' life from a tragic motorcycle accident, as well as restored Gregg & Emily's marriage. They were both struggling with their marriage as well as their personal relationships with the Lord Jesus. What the devil intended for evil, God turned around for His glory. This is the testimony of how God brought beauty out of the ashes of their relationship.
Josie Murrell
Living with Trisomy 18 / Edwards Syndrome
This is the true story of our daughter's battle with Trisomy 18 / Edwards Syndrome. It is documention of a special wee girl who taught our family what life is about, what is really important and sharing how we coped with the unknown. It is written to share honestly what it was like caring day to day for our daughter and how her high needs impacted on us all. Through this book her life continues to touch others and share what we learnt.
Mike Loomis
Branding Without Buzzwords
This "B-word" has been so abused. But let's not throw it out with the bathwater.

What is a brand?
Can I help build a brand if I'm not the CEO?
The 2 guidelines for an influential brand
3 practical ways "non-fake" brands are built
A REAL process I've used with individuals to 100 million dollar organizations
The role of brutal honesty and "proud-ness"
J.Q. Rose
Girls Succeed: Stories Behind the Careers of Successful Women
Girls Succeed: Stories Behind the Careers of Successful Women includes interviews with fifteen remarkable women who have achieved recognition for accomplishment in their occupations. The diverse group of careers encompasses women in the arts, business, science, medicine, ministry, entertainment, and sports. Stories include women who have stamped out disease, made people laugh, earned Olympic and Paralympic gold medals, crossed the country in the cab of an eighteen wheeler, and many more chapters to inspire and empower girls to reach for their dreams.
Deborah L. Parker
Hardcore Leadership: 11 Master Lessons from My Airborne Ranger Uncle’s “Final Jump”
Military service has long been viewed as the steadied model of leadership. Those who’ve answered that call, yesteryear to current times, from ‘old soldier’ to modern-day warrior, have carried on this institution’s ultimate mission to support and defend freedom.
Then what can we, as leaders, learn from this historical model for dealing with today’s mission challenges, uniquely gleaning lessons from the life of an ‘old soldier’? For the late retired Command Sergeant Major, Vietnam Vet, Ranger Hall of Fame inductee and the Honorable Harris L. Parker, his oldest niece and fellow army veteran Deborah L. Parker approves his timeless message of leadership. Ensuring that he has not faded away, she honors the achievements of her late uncle, lovingly known as Hardcore to his family, with these eleven powerful lessons for those who find themselves in charge in their work, community, or home. Reporting on her uncle’s service to his country and purpose, as well as in leadership positions for their native Virginia county of Sussex, Parker overlays his noted wisdom, courage and vision with practical strategies to start your own leadership campaign.
Weaving in take-aways from her career and personal experiences in leadership development through her company The DPJ Training Group, Parker, also a retired reserve Lieutenant Colonel, has put together a thought-provoking book packed with memorable teaching anecdotes. Inspiring and informative in saluting her uncle’s biographical legacy, she makes the case for us all in Hardcore’s words, to ‘press on.’
Michele DeFilippo
Publish Like the Pros: A Brief Guide to Quality Self-Publishing
"Publish Like the Pros: A Brief Guide to Quality Self-
Publishing" is a must-read for new authors who want
to get it right when self-publishing their books. Self-publishing
is a perplexing and ever-shifting landscape;
it’s easy for new authors to get taken in by self-publishing
companies that promise the moon but don’t
deliver. In just 88 pages, "Publish Like the Pros" takes the
confusion out of self-publishing and gives authors the
six steps to publishing quality professional books that
don’t scream “I’m self-published!!” The self-publishing
author will find everything he or she needs to get
started, including cover design, book titles, typesetting,
editing and proofreading, and a special chapter on book
distribution, pricing and marketing.
Nancy Dorman-Hickson
Diplomacy and Diamonds: My Wars from the Ballroom to the Battlefield, The Real-Life Texas Socialite Behind Charlie Wilson's War
Nancy Dorman-Hickson is the co-author of Joanne King Herring's memoir.

Jacket description about Herring and the book:

She's been dirt poor; she's been filthy rich. Rich was more fun. She married three times, divorced twice, found her true love, and lost him to cancer. At twenty-one, she was told she would soon die. She lived. Doctors said she'd never be able to have children. She had 'em. She's bargained with God, dictators, and Democrats. She's partied with princes, presidents, premiers, Barbara Walters, Anwar Sadat, Margaret Thatcher, Tom Hanks, and Francisco Franco...though not all at the same time. She captivated powerful men with her feminine charm, and then persuaded them toward unlikely political alliances through her formidable intelligence. She waltzed with Prince Philip in Buckingham Palace, dressed in men's clothes and smuggled herself in a barrel across the Pakistani border, threw a Roman-themed party so extravagant it was featured in Life magazine, and survived a Soviet gunship attack in the mountains of Afghanistan.

Joanne Herring, the Houston socialite portrayed by Julia Roberts in the film Charlie Wilson's War, is far more colorful, funny, and likable than any screenwriter could have guessed. The former Texas television anchor is known for her improbable fight with the mujihadeen against the former Soviet Union. But her full story--with all its God, guns, and Gucci glory--has never been told. Born in the man's world of Texas in a time when women had limited choices, Joanne Herring blazed a trail with allies as unlikely as Charlie Wilson, Pierre Cardin, and President Ronald Reagan...and in so doing forged new paths for women in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and America.