SMART Objective Setting for Managers: A Roadmap by Irial O'Farrell Objective-Setting season is fast approaching. There’s a knot in the pit of your stomach. As time ticks closer to having to set objectives with your team, you can feel the knot pulsing, getting bigger. It has to be done but what’s the point? Unfortunately, this […]
The Ingenious, and the Colour of Life by J.Y. Sam From a beguiling new voice in contemporary fiction comes an astonishing novel about a group of mysterious children with the power to change lives… Ever since young Milly Bythaway can remember, she’s had to hide who she really is – dumbing down an extraordinary genius […]
A Murder for Christmas by P.C. James A Murder for Christmas is the third in the popular Miss Riddell Cozy Mysteries series. Miss Riddell has returned to her parents’ home to nurse her sick mother. It’s Christmas 1962, northern England, and the worst winter for decades. If that isn’t bad enough, there’s a crime spree […]
When Goodbye Begins: life takes over by Geeta Lal Sahai In When Goodbye Begins: life takes over, author-filmmaker – Geeta Lal Sahai actively involved in mental health advocacy rips apart the stereotypical existence. These five stories are about mental health, innumerable lanes and layers of memories, childhood abuse, infidelity, betrayal, hopelessness, and hidden emotions. There […]
Finding Heaven In The Dark by William L. Ingram FINDING HEAVEN IN THE DARK – A MEMOIR ABOUT LIFE’S MEANING The Story of a Boy’s Journey from Rebellion To Redemption.
Best of Pastor’s Ponderings: 40 Reflections for Your Spiritual Journey by Steve Wilmot “You have a future regardless of your past.” “Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.” “Every person God ever used had a past he or she was ashamed of, but that didn’t matter to God. It didn’t tie […]
In The Beginning, There Was a Murder by P.C. James When her best friend is murdered, Pauline Riddell finds she must take the law into her own hands if she is to see justice done. It’s northern England, 1953, rationing is still in place and the Cold War is heating up. Her fiancé is out […]
Cricket and the Singing Frog Sisters by Dana Andrews The singing frog sisters love to sing about their favorite numbers, but they are not like most frogs. Cricket is very hungry and about to learn their secret. Will they all become friends? Will Cricket be too afraid? This story has a big surprise!
In The Beginning, There Was a Murder: An Amateur Female Sleuth Historical Cozy Mystery by P.C. James When her best friend is murdered, Pauline Riddell finds she must take the law into her own hands if she is to see justice done. It’s northern England, 1953, rationing is still in place and the Cold War […]
Illusional Reality by Karina Kantas Becky Jones is as independent as they come, a marketing executive determined to succeed on her own terms. But her career plan goes sideways when two men try to kill her – and her rescuer whisks her away to an enchanted realm. Her realm. In Tsinia she is Thya, heir […]