Here’s some of what is in the pipeline for 2017 – new non-fiction titles that are already available for pre-order if you want the paperback. Ebooks will release later, watch this blog for news.
DISCover the Power of You is for individuals who have a desire to better understand their own personality. People who may aspire to become great leaders in their field, regardless of their current business level. And more specifically, for anyone looking to raise their own self-awareness, confidence and understanding, in order to cultivate positive changes in their culture.
Professor Ivelin Sardamov draws on key findings in neuroscience to explain the waning interest in and knowledge of complex social issues in the United States and around the world. Attributing this trend primarily to the effects of information overload, ubiquitous screens and constant access to the internet, Sardamov argues that chronic over-stimulation generated by the current sociotechnological environment fosters addictive tendencies in today’s young people.
The Scholarship Game by Luke Arnce
The Scholarship Game is a guide to the college application and scholarship selection processes written from the perspective of someone who just finished them.
The book provides a step-by-step walkthrough of the application process beginning with developing a resume and deciding where to apply, and ending with negotiating with colleges and making a final decision. It covers how to approach every aspect of a college application as well as tips for writing scholarship applications and breakdowns of every type of interview the author experienced during his own process.
Stillness on Shaking Ground, By Carol A. Wilson
A Woman’s Himalayan Journey Through Love, Loss, and Letting Go. Determined to hang prayer flags at Mt. Everest Base Camp, Olivia trekked through Tibet while under the scrutiny of Communist China. She survived earthquakes, landslides, and a middle-of-the-night hijacking while enroute to a remote village in Nepal. Confronted with her own sense of meaning, she went toe-to-toe with the suffering, challenges, and decisions that all beings face, which included the capacity to love and let go.