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Successful Women Speak Differently

Book Review: Successful Women Speak Differently by Valorie Burton

  While mindlessly scrolling through Facebook, I noticed a post from a friend that urged her friends to read Successful Women Speak Differently: 9 Habits That Build Confidence, Courage, and Influence. Always a sucker for a book recommendation, I switched to my phone’s Kindle app and one-clicked. I’m glad I did. Seeing this book reminded me

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Living The Empty Carriage Way of Life by Marian L. Thomas

Author Marian L. Thomas delivers a hilarious, yet candid discussion of why she made the life-long decision to remain childless. This chapbook has the perfect blend of non-fiction and fictional elements that make it the perfect recipe for a delightful read. Buy Living The Empty Carriage Way of Life Interview with Marion Thomas When did

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If I Could: A Son’s Plea by T.K.Ware

Peer pressure can become life-threatening. David Washington is the product of his choices. Due to the lack of stability at home and an absent father, he is influenced by peer pressure into a dangerous lifestyle. Possessed with stubbornness, he wanders aimlessly into danger and uncharted territories. After shunning his grandmother’s religious beliefs, he enters the

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Saltwater Taffy and Red High Heels by Crystal Brown-Tatum

Synopsis Saltwater Taffy and Red High Heels is a manual for breast cancer patients and survivors. It details the author’s journey through her diagnosis and recovery from Stage IIIA breast cancer. Written with candor and humor, the book is a valuable resource for women who are about to embark on their own healing journey. You

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The 5 Star Marriage by Edward and Debbie Smith

Synopsis The 5 Star Marriage is a powerful tool for those who are married and those who hope to be married one day. It provides an opportunity for couples to take an honest look at the condition of their marriage. When traveling, most people want to stay at the best resorts or hotels but unfortunately

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Trying to Outrun the Love of God by Karen Adams

How can God reach someone who appears unreachable? Will the love of God be enough to break every chain and loose the trap of the enemy? In her debut book, Author Karen Adams struggles to understand how a loving God would allow life to be so unbearable. Facing childhood molestation, years of crack addiction, nervous

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The Tale of Two Americas by Anthony L. Hubbard

Providing an educational environment that will work extremely well for Boys of Color can be a great challenge especially when they enter the transition to high school/college and career. This book was written to discuss promising practices and evaluate existing models that specialize in the education of these young men. To buy this book, please

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J is for Journey | Living Through #Autism’s Eyes: My Journey with my Son by Brooke Price #atozchallenge #fridayreads

Travel into the world of an autism family. Follow Zain and his mother, Brooke, as they struggle to cope with his autism. Watch Zain blossom into a verbal child with some ability to function from a little boy that beat his head constantly and had NO words. Travel into this family’s world as they walk

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So He Hurt You, Now What? by Nicole Cleveland

So He Hurt You, Now What? – Messages of Hope for a Hurting Sister is a series of short messages to encourage, uplift and inspire you. Think of a daily message you would send a friend that’s at a very low place in their life. Her husband or boyfriend just left her or she just

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Be Ye Transformed by Sheldon D. Newton

“And be not conformed to this world, but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable and perfect will of God.” Romans 12:2 Do you desire to have an exciting and intimate walk with the Lord? Then Be Ye Transformed is a must read.

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Upcoming #Event: @SORMAG Online Conference

LaShaunda C. Hoffman stopped by to tell us about SORMAG’s Online Conference. — I would like to thank Makasha for hosting me today. My name is LaShaunda C. Hoffman and I’m hosting the SORMAG’s Online Conference. The one conference you don’t have to leave your home to attend. What happens on the 2nd Day of

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