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The Secret to Attracting Luck: 50 Ways to Manifest Abundance & Good Fortune

I loved this little book that dedicates a chapter to all the ways, fanciful and strategic, that you can attract more luck in your life. New Zealand author, Richard Webster, has many author credits to his name, but this particular book provides actionable steps that anyone can do every day to improve the odds of […]

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For the Love of Friends

No one should ever have to experience this crush of bridezillas, but Lily somehow manages to stay afloat. Asked to stand up in six of her friends’ and baby sister’s weddings, Lily is honored, and all too happy to support her family and friends. That is until the curtain is pulled back and the list […]

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On The Run

When ER nurse Janie Kirkpatrick is forced at gunpoint to treat a patient, she’s barely able to keep it together, let alone concentrate on what she’s trained to do. Fearful yet determined, she tries to shut out the melee and focus on saving the life of the man who’s been dumped on the gurney. Much […]

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Butter Side Up: How I Survived My Most Terrible Year and Created My Super Awesome Life

When life throws you one curveball after another, it can take a toll on even the strongest of individuals. Jane Enright experienced the advent of a catastrophic landslide when she survived a life-altering concussion only to have her husband hospitalized after a horrific accident and then lose his battle with pancreatic cancer. I can’t imagine […]

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Her Perfect Life

For many people these days the constant pursuit of perfection is an obsession. And for some, this is the only path to find the recognition and love they crave. This is the story of two women, one who has the perfect life and the other who will stop at nothing to take it from her. […]

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Is a Creative Career Calling You? 

John always had a passion for books and art, but thanks to his parents was encouraged to get his business degree and become a banker like his father. Though John is doing well financially, and he’s provided his family with benefits and the security of a solid savings account, John feels little joy in his […]

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