(346p), ISBN 978-1-4681-8252-1
A haunted Civil War vet-
eran allies himself with a
stubborn, courageous woman
who will take his heart by
storm and test the limits of
his honor, his courage—and his passion.
From Happiness to Tragedy: To Bliss on
the Borderline (Lamentations of a Fool)
Nicholas E. Cleveland. AuthorHouse.
$19.95 paper (264p), ISBN 978-1-4969-
6636-0; $3.99 e-book,
This book describes the
author’s roller-coaster ride
through two marriages and
why he stayed with his second wife, who
has borderline personality disorder.
Rainbows and Banana Peels:
Surviving Life’s Knocks with Grace
Katharine C. Giovanni. Newroad
Publishing. $12.95 paper (165p),
Amazon, Baker & Taylor, BN.com
Giovanni has always met
life with positivity and
laughter, and she needed
every bit of that lifesaving
attitude the day the doctor
told her, “You have cancer.”
Spectrum of Mind: An Inquiry into
the Principles of the Mind and the
Meaning of Life
J. Michael Yang. Hint Press.
$14.99 paper (252p),
Yang explains the princi-
ples behind the human mind, how they
can reconcile religion and science or dif-
ferent cultures, and how they deepen our
appreciation of life.
The Box House
Brigid Marlin. Infinity Publishing.
$12.95 paper (176p), ISBN 978-1-4958-
0434-2; $5.99 e-book,
This book is based on the
story of an abused and
neglected child whom the
author befriended more
than 50 years ago in England. The story is
told through the voice of the child.
Cherish the Exception: Navigating the
Confluence of Faith and Science
John Allen Resko. iUniverse.
$26.95 paper (428p),
After nine years in a semi-
nary, Resko walked away
from it all. What changed
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The Classical Vegetarian Cookbook for
Professional Chefs and Inspired Cooks
Ron Pickarski. Eco-Cuisine. $59.95
With over 400 recipes for
modern American and clas-
sical French vegan-vege-
tarian cuisine, this book for experienced
chefs also provides a comprehensive basic
understanding for novice vegetarian cooks.
A Curious Fetish:
Mandalas of a Secretive Mind
Raju Peddada, illus. by Raju Peddada.
Satyalu + Kristi Media, USA. $5.99
e-book, ISBN 978-1-
Never-before-seen cathartic ciphered
drawings and spontaneous words by
Peddada on the state of affairs in the world.
Education Is Everybody’s Business:
A Case for a Business Model for Public
Fred Bedell. Xlibris. $15.99 paper (96p),
To address problems
about education’s impor-
tance to the competitive-
ness of business, this book
examines areas of national
education policies, programs, practices,
and resources. It focuses on the stake-
holders in the education environment.
How Aging Works:
What Science Can Do About It
John F. Murray. Page Publishing. $33.95
paper (413p), ISBN 978-1-68139-171-7;
$9.99 e-book, ISBN 978-1-
Amazon, Apple iBooks,
BN.com, Google Play
This book offers new sci-
entific understanding about
what occurs as people grow old, and pro-
vides simple, easy-to-carry-out recom-
mendations on how to live a longer, more
Mountain Mantras: Wellness and
Life Lessons from the Slopes
Kathryn Kemp Guylay. Healthy
Solutions of Sun Valley. $15.99 paper
(240p), ISBN 978-0-9965328-2-2
Amazon, Atlas Books,
Baker & Taylor, Ingram
Guylay provides simple
tools and inspiration to suc-
cessfully tackle life’s chal-
lenges using stories from her
own life to inspire and entertain. The book
is full of practical wellness and life lessons.
Not All Poor People Are Black:
And Other Things We Need to Think
Janet Cheatham Bell.
Sabayt Publications. $20
Bell says blacks take whites too seri-
ously. This essay collection ranges from
the personal and spiritual to public inter-
actions: economics, entertainment, mass
transit, politics, and race relations.
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