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Featured Books


“Neanderthal: the experiment” by Serag Monier

Two strangers, a man and a woman, meet on a deserted island, where neither remembers when or how they arrived. Eventually they realize they’re undergoing a deliberate unorthodox experiment.
Omar and Shadia are continually exposed to hazards that reveal their true selves. Their captors’ research explores which experiences can transform a regular individual into a fearless superhero, and what it takes to force that same person into submission, becoming an obedient puppet.

Neanderthals: The Experiment is a disturbing novel, one that questions modern humans’ assumption that we stand at the pinnacle of development. Not only a thrilling adventure, the story focuses on a person’s most difficult choice: that between freedom and safety. Omar and Shadia’s love is triggered by an ultimate hardship, while the story’s theme delves into human pride—how the instant we face a hard choice can lead us to throw our old fears behind.

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“Tao and the Cosmic Principle” by MORIGAMI Shoyo

People of all times have always been curious about the origin of the universe and how it came to be. A question always remains at the back of our heads, ‘Who and what are we?’ or, more importantly, ‘Why are we?’. The field of eastern philosophy has its basics constructed on these very questions and on finding their answers. The laws of astrophysics have played a massive role in helping us discover and comprehend the formation of beings and their evolution. The book’ Tao and The Cosmic Principle’ focuses on extracting the reality that exists between all these questions and hopes to bring to light some probable answers.

The book introduces the laws of astrophysics in an attempt to reveal the truth of “existence.” The author’s specialties in Buddhism and Eastern philosophies, especially that of the philosopher Laozi have helped him extend his thoughts and beliefs about the topic. This book of inquiry, in its true essence, is a medium of communicating the initiation of the existence in the light of astrophysics and eastern philosophy.

The author of this book has mentioned how he has discussed the similarities between the psyche as the origin of man and the nucleus concerning the cosmos in the book’s context. He acknowledges the fact that the text may appear lengthy to some. Still, he believes that the intellectually curious will be excited to read about the cosmos, Buddha’s enlightenment, and the world beyond our own. A curious mind will always be sought after answers, no matter the medium. As long their questions are finding satiety, the methods remain irrelevant, they will continue to reach out to them.

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“The Adventures of Captain Blackjack” by  Steve Lourenco

Join Captain Blackjack and his crew on an adventure to Monkey Island. They must escape the dangers lurking in the dark and break the spell that is haunting the island, while they search for the lost golden statue that will reveal an ancient secret from the ocean.

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FORCES OF LIFE: PSYCHOLOGY and SUCCESS or FAILURE in OURSELVES AND OUR CHILDREN” by David Shepard

Challenge yourself to change your life. Improve yourself. Practice life. “If only I knew then, what I know now…” is the most common regret of life. It fairly screams the critical importance of knowledge. Yet our educational system has failed to provide the knowledge.

Psychology, Counseling, and Education are at a “tipping point” on the edge of an active volcano. In the 1970s an average of 25,000 Americans committed suicide each year. Today, that figure stands at 48,000 per year, every year, before Covid-19.

Even though we now have nearly six times more psychologists, psychiatrists, MSWs, school counselors and mental health workers than we had then. Even though there has been more than a 400% increase in anti-depressive medications in just 20 years.
We have failed dramatically.
Unhappiness in life is epidemic.
We now have police in every school, something unheard of in the 1970s. The suicide rate among our young ages 10 to 34 has jumped to their second leading cause of death, second only to accidents. (CDC).

Educate yourself. Read. Learn. Practice. Learn what the most successful people know about life. Become an expert at recognizing the bogus ideas and put-downs of others. Re-write your life, the most successful people constantly revise themselves after each failure.
Re-invent yourself after rejection, learn the social skills that few know. Change the direction in your life.
Challenge yourself to work to understand other people. Practice new social skills.
The scars of life will take care of themselves.

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“He’s ALL yOURs” by By Isiss Kang

He’s all yOURs is a helpful informative dry humor type of book that talks about the reality of Black/ ethnic relationships back then and today. How we are ALL poly whether we like it or not as well as the structure of the family unit in black polygamy, how and why it works. After this book you should have a clear perception of polygamy to assess whether it is really as taboo as most of the mundane society wants you to think.

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“SINEDIE (Tesə): the Deathkneel Complex” by Henry Marnes

A dark metafictional YA novel for readers of Hesse’s Demian and Wittgenstein’s Tractatus.

Demian Friedrich is a quirky loner who prefers to remain on the fringes of things. Yet after the mysterious deaths of his girlfriend and favorite teacher, he stumbles into a conspiracy theory and soon finds himself dead center in a secret war between two groups of descendants of an ancient civilization. Soon after, and with little explanation, both groups fight over Demian.

An introspective, coming-of-age, unprecedented story making use of multiple genres, literary influences, and fields of study, BUY IT NOW and read the first-ever book of its own kind, the anti-YA novel SINEDIE.

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“Please Keep Me Safe” by Glenn Stevens

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You Can’t Always Be There for Your Child.

Child abduction and sexual abuse are terrifying realities in every country. You love your child but you can’t be there all the time and it only takes a second for your family life to change forever.

In this book, best selling author Glenn Stevens, shares the Law Enforcement based principles that he teaches to children and parents. These unique skills teach children how to respond in those vital seconds, when they may be scared, in danger or alone!

With over 30 years of experience teaching children, Glenn delivers an engaging guide for parents, filled with practical lessons that are easy to understand and implement.

You and Your Child Will Learn:

  • How to be more aware of your surroundings.
  • Spot the tricks that predators use.
  • How to make emergency calls, how to describe your situation and abductors.
  • The difference between a good touch and a bad touch.
  • How to draw attention when you’re in trouble.
  • Glenn also covers physical techniques to stop street abductions and even vehicle abductions, and much more…

Let’s give our children the tools they need when they need them most. Let’s teach children so that they have the confidence to do something… ANYTHING! …when they are in trouble.

Let’s improve their chances of making it back home to you and your family.

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“My Little Journal of Big Book Ideas: A Writer’s Workbook & Journal” by TJ Robinson

Character development journal | Series tracking journal | Writer’s log and workbook

When I began writing and publishing my novels as an indie author, I looked high and low for the kind of journal that would allow me to keep track of my characters, the order of events, and storylines. I couldn’t find anything to fulfill my wish list. So, I made my own! My Little Journal is everything I always wanted in a fiction story bible.

This edition contains journaling & outline space for three books, but there are versions with space for a single book, and five books. This is a fully developed journal for authors, containing everything you need to keep track of characters, series information, and publishing information. Never lose track of your stories again!

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The Little Book That Tells Us Why We Are Here On Earth” by O. Kenny

Some people of my generation have never asked themselves why are we here on earth. I attempt to answer that question in the simplest way ,along with illustrations on almost every page. Hopefully it will help the new generations to start thinking.

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