Tag Archives | Adult Non-Fiction

Rewire Your Anxious Brain: How to use the neuroscience of fear to end anxiety, panic & worry

The world is rapidly changing. So are humans. One characteristic growing at an untenable speed is the number of people struggling with anxiety. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, “An estimated 19.1% of U.S. adults had any anxiety disorder in the past year.” With that being said, books focusing on understanding and managing […]

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Rough Waters: From Surviving to Thriving with a Progressive Muscular Dystrophy

The story author Heather C. Markham shares of her life is a compilation of raw tragedy and gritty, bold, confident, and brave determination. Because of her debilitating disease she’s hit rock bottom time and again, but despite the setbacks, Heather never gives up. I’ve read plenty of uplifting books where physical, mental, and emotional setbacks […]

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4 Benefits of a Book-Based Education

“Formal education gets you a job. Self-education makes you rich.” ~ Jim Rohn There are countless success stories told by millionaires, icons, leaders, athletes, entrepreneurs, celebrities, influencers, professionals, and authors who gained their education from books. Whether they didn’t succeed in a formal teaching environment or didn’t have access to, or the luxury of, traditional […]

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Author Q&A With Jim Wilson

Jim Wilson started his career as “piano tuner to the stars” and went on to have several albums in the Billboard Top-20, two PBS specials and music has been streamed by millions of fans around the globe. Jim isn’t merely the guy who gets under the hood of your Steinway and gives it a quick […]

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Advice From Pros: Allison Felus

Allison Felus is a twenty-year veteran of the publishing industry, with experience managing workflows and creating efficiencies across editorial and production departments. She has edited and/or prepared for print scores of titles in a variety of genres and is currently a proud resident of Chicago. She is a fantastic, and multitalented human being, podcast host, […]

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Author Q&A With Glenn Miller

Glenn Miller launched his professional career by working on television soap operas and game shows on the back lots of NBC Burbank. He holds a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and has served as a CBS-affiliate news producer, an executive speechwriter, and creative director at production agencies within the Twin Cities. […]

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Books That Will Make You a More Well-Rounded Person 

Do you remember filling out your college applications? Along with your GPA and essays there were questions about your extracurricular activities. The emphasis was on finding out whether you were a well-rounded person. But being “well-rounded” is much more than participating in the Glee Club or volunteering at your local pet shelter. It includes adopting […]

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