Book of Month

April 3, 2019

The Definition

"The Definition" by Gabriel Smith Sr

| Website | Instagram | When You Are Going Through Hell, Keep Going. – Sir Winston Churchill There are moments in life when you feel like everything is wrong. Moments that you desperately need inspiration – the same way you need oxygen in order to survive. This motivational book is your inspiration. Do You Know The Definition Of Inspiration? His name is Gabriel Smith Sr. and he has gone through hell in order to help you find your own personal heaven. Overcoming physical abuse, molestation and street violence, Gabriel re-defined himself and found a unique way to become a role model. Dealing with a mother who did not want him, a gangster father in prison, selling drugs, facing prison time, dysfunctional marriages and constant abuse, Gabriel turned everything into personal success, a career as a motivational speaker and he became an inspiration to thousands. His former chaotic life will act as an example to help you understand that you already have everything you need in order to survive. No, this is not about your wealth, your fancy car, your huge apartment. It’s about positive thinking. Why Choose The Definition? Because you are sick and tired of so-called “self-help books” that only tell you WHY you need to show inner strength. Gabriel’s self-improvement book will show you HOW he freed himself from the chains on chaos and how YOU can do it too. What’s In It For You? • FIND inspiration by reading Gabriel’s story • LEARN how to overcome your own obstacles • HARNESS your inner strength • BECOME a better version of yourself • SUCCEED in your life Do You Know Someone Who Needs Inspiration? Surprise them with The Definition and offer them a way out of their life’s chaos. Remind Yourself, Nobody’s Built Like You. You Design Yourself. – Jay-Z Instead of staring into the abyss, you can follow Gabriel’s torch to illuminate your way out of life’s labyrinth.


April 2, 2019

Living a Day At a Time

"Living a Day At a Time: How To Beat Depression For Good" by Zurab Kherodinashvili

Do you or someone you know, suffer from depression? Does it consume your life and thoughts and make it impossible for you to be happy? Do you want to change and heal and banish it forever? When depression strikes it can cause numerous problems, ranging from minor inconveniences to much darker and inescapable thoughts. Finding a way to live your life when you are faced with depression can be a challenge when trying to look to the future but the answer could lie much closer to home. In this book, Living a Day at a Time: Beating Depression for Good, you will find that taking small steps is most probably the best way to beat the depression you suffer from and this is covered in a range of advice on things like: -Finding your life purpose -Being happy -The power of the mind -Positivity -Meditation and mindfulness -Learning to love yourself -Focus -And much more… Written in short stories, of real people who overcame the odds, Living a Day at a Time focuses on what we can do to help ourselves to beat the overwhelming feeling of hopelessness that depression brings. Using only your own mind, thoughts and positivity, it can work for you too and this book will show you exactly how!


April 2, 2019


"Bigfoot: The Non-Fiction, Factual arguments in favor of the existence of Sasquatch" by Joachim Dale

Skeptic about Bigfoot? Maybe reading this book will change your mind. Bigfoot enthusiast? This book will give you all the elements to challenge your skeptic friends! "Cryptozoology, meaning the study of hidden animals, is a peculiar juncture point between science and myth. Its purpose is to determine the reality behind rumors of animal species, called cryptids, whose existence has not yet been established by the scientific community. Cryptids can range from legendary creatures too fanciful for anyone to take them seriously (griffins, dragons, etc.), to realistic depictions of plausible unknown animal species by a local population, some of which turned out to be true (gorilla, okapi, or more recently saola, to name a few). In the collective unconscious, Bigfoot walks a thin line between the two. Stories of ape-like wild men living in secluded mountains and forests have been running around every corner of the earth for thousands of years, and North America is no exception. But is there any truth to these stories? Any evidence pointing towards a genuine, live animal species? And what does science have to say about any of this?


April 1, 2019

The Monster

"The Monster" by Josh Soule

| Website | Facebook | Instagram | A college student has a strained relationship with his mother and ex-girlfriend. When he sees his ex and best friend together at a Halloween Mixer, he becomes enraged. Things turn when a mysterious, puppet-themed student attacks the couple, leaving the protagonist seemingly to blame. The situation escalates quickly, and the narrator soon finds himself framed for murder at the hands of the "Puppet Man". He decides to go on the run, and finds himself in the company of misfits and criminals while seemingly being stalked by the killer. He believes the criminal overseer may be an opportunity to clear his name and prove his innocence before he winds up in jail, or worse.