Books that shine new light on an established concept

Books (multi-genre) that inspire new ways of thinking, that re-sculpt entrenched perceptions, and debunk long-held myths. Put simply, books that serve as "lighthouses of the mind".

Jemma Bush

Kiersten Hall

Kiersten Hall

6 December at 01:50


"I Do" is a memoir from 15+ years of shooting professional wedding videography. Imagine the stories I have to tell from being at 1,400+ weddings?

Think 'America's Funniest Wedding Videos' in book form...

If you like 'funny', you'll like "I Do"... "Supremely Entertaining!"

The "I Do" Memoir makes a great holiday, anniversary and engagement gift.

Regardless of your marital status, if you like humor, you'll like this book.

"An easy read & delightful."

"Once you pick it up, you can't put it down."

Find excerpts of "I Do" on this link:

Chapters Include:
* Reception Revelry
* Who Invited Mother Nature?
* Where's Grandma?
* 'Dear Mother-in-Law To Be'

E.J. Nottingwood

E.J. Nottingwood

11 July at 03:06

"Zenith" by E.J. Nottingwood takes you to your average high school with your average female protagonist. Only, this female protagonist is in love with an abusive bully, who just so happens to be a female as well.

Sue Batton Leonard

Sue Batton Leonard

2 June at 20:13

I look forward to reader other authors books on this site. Here is what readers are saying about my book "love, caring and attachment are themes that make this story poignant and touching. Be prepared to smile and have your heart warmed. "Gift of a Lifetime:Finding Fulfilling Things in the Unexpected" is a story of how the simplest words can have the most impact on our lives."

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