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Its Only Too Late If You Don’t Start Now. How to Create You’re Second Life at Any Age
by Barbara Sher
“Barbara has a way of identifying with people in any situation. I would suggest the book to anyone approaching mid-life, which can be an especially taxing period. The book also holds a distinct value for people making major career changes.”
The Year of Magical Thinking
by Joan Dideon
“A beautiful, compelling journey through grief and beyond. Throughout her book, Joan’s mind scoops us up into her mind’s wanderings, traipsing through her grief, making excuses, searching for relief. Well written, as well as comforting.”
When God Winks, How the Power of Coincidence Guides Your Life
by Squire Rushnell
“This book… fosters hope for the dreams of your future by unveiling the wondrous map that has quietly guided you along the paths of your past.”
Wake Up Inspired
by Marian Baker
Fuel healthier success and love the life you’re meant to lead.
Peace Like a River
by Leif Enger
“Once in a great while, a book comes along that has such wonderful characters and marvelous prose, that you read it as much for the pure joy it offers on every page as to find out how it ends.”
-Tom Walker, The Denver Post
Walking With Grandfather (The wisdom of Lakota Elders)
by Joseph Marshall
Joseph Marshall has authored 5 books and several screen plays. He is a member of the Rosebud Sioux tribe and recipient of the Wyoming Humanities Award. He appeared in the TNT miniseries “Into the West”. Highly recommended.
I’m Grieving As Fast As I Can: How Young Widows and Widowers Can Cope and Heal
by Linda Feinberg
“Linda Feinberg, a specialist in grief and loss therapy, uses interviews and personal experience to guide young widows and widowers through a grieving process unique to them.”
Overcomers, Inc: True stories of hope, courage, and inspiration
by Lynne Klippel and Love Your Life Publishing, Inc
Author Lynne Klippel brought together a team of 38 diverse contributors for this project. There are stories from women and men of various age groups, races, and locations. Each author is an ordinary person who triumphed in an extraordinary situation. Each author gained wisdom from facing a challenge and is ready to share that wisdom with others.
The Gospel of Ruth — (Loving God Enough to Break the Rules)
by Carolyn Custis James