Believe it or not, stress isn’t all bad; in fact, it’s an important part of the natural world. Stress helps us survive as a species – because of that we want the ability to be stressed. That said, being able to manage stress with greater success is the difference between surviving and THRIVING. Success with Stress explores five simple ideas to spark your personal power to change the level, duration, and frequency of the stress in your life. With workplace stress being linked to quality of life, health, and workplace morale, this is a must-read for any team looking to improve morale and individuals looking to improve their quality of life.
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Sweet Southern Hearts
Author: Susan Schild
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction
Susan Schild welcomes you back to the offbeat Southern town of Willow Hill, North Carolina, for a humorous, heartwarming story of new beginnings, do-overs, and
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On the surface, Inkitt (www.inkitt.com) is a platform where aspiring writers can share their novels and inquisitive readers can unearth fresh content. But under the hood, we are democratizing publishing: The Inkitt algorithm analyzes reading behavior to predict future bestsellers. In other words: if readers love it, Inkitt publishes it. Continue reading
A Secondhand Life:
(The Killer Thriller Series Book 1)
by Pamela Crane
Genre: A compelling serial killer thriller
**”A Secondhand Life” is a standalone psychological thriller
featuring characters also found in the companion novella, “A
2016 New Apple Literary Award in Psychological Thrillers, First Place Winner
2016 Reader’s Favorite Award in Thrillers, First Place Winner
2015 Library Journal selection
2016 Chanticleer Clue Awards nominee
2016 Silver Falchion Best Fiction nominee
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One moment, we’re going along our merry way, brainstorming and inventing for books, works, projects, and the like.
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