This Week’s Non-fiction Books of the Week!

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This Week’s Featured Non-fiction Books


Carol D. Marsh founded, directed, and lived at Miriam’s House, a Washington, DC, residence for homeless women living with AIDS. In this powerful memoir, Marsh recalls how she came to confront issues far removed from her own experience: addiction, poverty, and the institutional racism that permeates our society on every level. From the humorous to the tragic, the mundane to the sublime, Marsh offers a gripping view into a world where the stakes are high and love is pushed to its limit.

Nowhere Else I Want to Be is the story of the inspiring women who transformed Marsh’s life. From Kimberly, who triumphs over a lifelong alcohol addiction, to Alyssa, who dies reaching out for the mother who abandoned her, Marsh witnesses the spectrum of human experience and the depth of the human spirit.


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Project Domino Effect  by Vanessa Gowora

Are you stuck in a dead-end job that gives you absolute no satisfaction?

Do you want to let go of the limiting beliefs holding you back? Do you feel as though you have no idea what your purpose in life is?

What if you could learn the skills and strategies today that will drastically improve your life and the way you see the world?

Project Domino Effect takes you by the hand and shows you the necessary steps to take so you can achieve success and greatness.

This book will help you overcome fear, anxiety and help you to find out what your calling is. It will help put an end to limiting beliefs, low self-esteem and build up your confidence. No longer will you be too afraid to face your fears, achieve your dreams and build the life you want?

Improve Your Self-worth, Find Your Calling And Become a Better Version of Yourself.

  • Overcome limiting beliefs.
  • Learn to be more productive so you can have the life you want.
  • Find your self-worth.
  • Discover your calling.
  • Learn what makes people successful in life and how you can achieve the same results.
  • Learn how to overcome rejection and become more confident.
  • Learn from those who have achieved success using these methods.

Project Domino Effect will teach you how you can work on your goals so you can improve your life. It will also help you understand your potential, stop negative emotions from affecting your life and focus on self-love.

In this book…

  • You will learn what is holding you back and how to overcome it.
  • You will learn how to love yourself more.
  • You will build an amazing self-image.
  • Confidence in yourself and abilities will greatly be improved.
  • Create a circle of influence that will help you accomplish your goals.
  • Achieve fulfillment in your life and relationships.

 

 I Swear to Tell the Tooth by Dr. Carroll James

Quirky patients, one-of-a-kind employees, and farm animals set the stage for this humorous, tender, and sometimes irreverent saga of Dr. Carroll James’s dental practice. Headphone-clad patients bop in the dental chair while Dr. James tries to work on the moving target; a long-timer happily drops her pants to show off her latest surgical scar; and a lost cell phone drops out of a patient’s boxer shorts.

You just can’t make this stuff up.

Working from his rural home office, Dr. James juggles family, patients, staff, and occasional livestock as he struggles to maintain his professional decorum. After thirty years of scatterbrained staff and distinct clientele, he often finds himself simply shaking his head with a laugh. Alongside the colorful assistants and hilarious antics, we learn just how challenging–and perilous–dental school can be, as well as witness the acquisition of a half-built farmette certain to take years to finish, a few errant horses, an intriguing trip to Russia with US-USSR Bridges for Peace, and poignant lessons that, when you’re not chuckling at the author’s childhood (and sometimes adult) mischief, are sure to touch your heart.

 

 Finding FabYOUlous by Melissa Venable

Does this sound like you? 

  • You work and work but never feel like you’re making any real progress toward your goals?
  • You know that you were created for more, but can’t for the life of you, figure out what that more is? 
  • You see other people living their dreams and wonder how the heck they got so lucky? 
  • You long to make an impact in the world but can’t seem to muster the energy or enthusiasm to get going? 
  • You feel stuck in a rut and can’t seem to find your way out? 

If any of these statements resonate with you, you have come to the right place at the right time.

Finding FabYOUlous: A “Self-Help with Sass” Guide to Finding, Celebrating and Capitalizing on the FabYOUlousness that Makes You, YOU, will take you on a journey to discover all of the unique and FabYOUlous gifts that you have to offer the world; and then guide you as you learn to cultivate, celebrate and capitalize on those gifts as you create the life of your dreams.

Finding FabYOUlous offers inspiration that goes far beyond just a motivational pep-talk. Each chapter of Finding FabYOUlous is chock full of actionable steps that (if taken) will guide the reader ever closer to the fullest expression of her unique and FabYOUlous purpose. PLUS–Finding FabYOUlous readers will enjoy exclusive access to a private website full of additional exercises and material to supplement what they are reading in the book. This elevates Finding FabYOUlous from just a book, to an EXPERIENCE. The practical wisdom, applicable action steps and gentle guidance provided throughout the pages of Finding FabYOUlous are sure to provide any woman with the tools and confidence she needs to “ditch the drab and find her FAB”. Additionally, the personal stories from the author’s own experience of battling a debilitating Anorexia Nervosa diagnosis and escaping from a dangerously toxic marriage, will provide the inspiration to show that no one is ever “too far gone” to get back on track, find her FabYOUlous, and live an amazing, purpose filled life.

 

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