L. Ari Kopolow
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Dare to be Extraordinary
Randi Minetor
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Death in the Everglades: Accidents, Foolhardiness, and Mayhem in South Florida
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Hidden in the tall grasses and shallow waters of the Florida Everglades are true tales of mysterious deaths, clandestine crime, and disasters, both natural and manmade. Desperados fled here after escaping from prison, rum runners gunned down their enemies, and killers slipped their prey into canals as food for reptilian wildlife. Commercial airlines crashed and burned in the sawgrass, while smaller planes vanished from view. Hurricanes tore through the region, forcing Lake Okeechobee to overrun its banks and wipe out entire towns. And every once in a while, an alligator made someone its lunch. Collected here are some of the most gripping accounts in Everglades history, caused by natural forces, crime, operator error, or human folly.
Gary Metivier
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Norma's War
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Norma's War will be published this Spring. It is a memoir as told to me by a a woman named Norma. She was a little girl living outside of London when World War 2 dramatically changed so many lives. We laugh, we cry, we dream with Norma.
Beverly Armento
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Seeing Eye Girl: A Memoir of Madness, Resilience, and Hope
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From a young age, Beverly Armento was responsible for her blind, artistic, and mentally ill mother. Though from the outside she seemed to excel at school and in the world, inside Beverly was cowed by her mother's rage and delusions. Seeing Eye Girl is her harrowing story of growing up in an abusive, dysfunctional home, and also a story of inspiration about the teachers who empowered her and gave her the resources and spirit to survive and thrive.
Cheryl K. Johnson
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Box Lunch Lifestyle: Using Your Lunch Break to Win Back the Life You Deserve
Book Description
"Slow down. Stop multitasking. And savor this remarkable work." —Daniel H. Pink, #1 New York Times bestselling author of When, Drive, To Sell is Human, and The Power of Regret

With a playful attitude and the discipline of a boxer, Box Lunch Lifestyle delivers totally doable strategies to fuel your body, reclaim your spark, and build a life that’ll make you proud. You don’t need a gym membership, a new job, or to throw out everything in your pantry to start. You just have to decide to be your own champion.
Steven Howard
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Humony Leadership: Mindsets, Skills and Behaviors for Being a Successful People-Centric Leader
Book Description
Managing people is a 1980s construct. It is why people leave bosses, not organizations. It is no longer acceptable or relevant in today's world. Simply stated: work is not working for many people. Work and the workplace, along with the behaviors, actions, and attitudes of many leaders have alienated millions of people.

Award-winning author Steven Howard advocates a better approach -- Humony Leadership. Humony is a created word comprising human, humanity, and harmony to emphasize the leading of people and the need for leaders to create workplaces of wellbeing and harmony.

Humony Leadership provides you with the mindsets, skills, behaviors, and actions that will make you a great people-centric leader.
Conscious Dying — Conscious Grieving: Creating the Change Necessary to Heal
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Conscious Dying — Conscious Grieving: Creating the Change Necessary to Heal
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Cristina Whitehawk welcomes you into her emotionally transformative grief journey created from six weeks before her thirty-nine year old son Joshua died in 2013 through 2021. Six months after Joshua died the author was diagnosed with Stage IIIC cancer. Was there a connection? Conscious Dying — Conscious Grieving's journal includes the author's poetry and messages from the Spirit World about her life, her son's life, and their healing.
Engelina Jaspers
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Marketing Flexology: How to Outsmart Change and Future-proof Your Career
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Through a time-tested, proprietary and proven framework, dozens of business examples, practical tips, and thirty-years of personal experience on the front lines of numerous Fortune global companies, Engelina shares the essential components for modern marketing success.
Simon Perlsweig
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Front Porches to Front Lines
Book Description
World War One and the 1918 Influenza Epidemic. Two events which will always define the 1910s, a decade which saw great political and social change; a long list of disasters and a realignment of the global stage, something which would help define many of the subsequent events of the twentieth century. When the United States declared war on Germany on April 2, 1917, it was just the first of two major calamities which would in someway impact just about every American man, woman and child during the latter half of the 1910s. The second of these wars, the Spanish Influenza of 1918, came right on the heels of the Great War’s conclusion on November 11, 1918 as many of the returning soldiers came home with the influenza virus, having caught it either in Europe or sometime during the journey home from France. Front Porches to Front Lines tells the story of how the citizens of one small New England town, came together to confront these two wars and in doing so became one of the most generous towns when it came to contributing to the war effort in the form of Liberty Loans, war gardens and war supplies as well as dozens of soldiers, Red Cross nurses and civilian workers, such as machinists.