Sometimes life hurts—a lot!

Overwhelmed by its challenges and painful moments, there are days when just breathing itself almost requires more energy than we have to expend. It is in such times of despair and great exhaustion that we are pushed to the edge with thoughts of suicide. Beckoning us away from that edge with a message of hope, resiliency, and the understanding that God has not allowed us to be confronted with any situations that we cannot overcome, this book coaxes us to not give up on living. Turning our attention to our inner strength, it speaks to how intentional God was with gifting each of us life while reminding us that no one's life is perfect, but everyone's life has purpose. Having jumped off the edge several times in pursuit of death when overwhelmed by her life, the author writes earnestly of surviving those dark moments, finding peace, and becoming immensely grateful to still be alive. As with her first book, In My Family Shadows, Deloris E. Jordan grants readers an internal view of her personal struggle of survival with uncompromised transparency.

My Path to Spontaneous Healing

In this fascinating memoir, Sharon Saulenas, an Intuitive and registered nurse, shares her startling spontaneous healing from debilitating injuries, including a traumatic brain injury.

She takes you along with her as she experiences the terrible crash that caused life as she knew it to come to a screeching halt. You’ll continue along through pain-filled days of seizures and dramatically reduced quality of life to suddenly exploding into another time, another space, where complete healing occurs.

Healed and renewed, she is now able to step fully back into life. Her senses and abilities are greatly enhanced. Joy and gratitude course through her entire being as never before and she is once again delighted to help others heal in whatever way is in their highest good.

Beyond this, she also chronicles many other experiences communicating with a realm outside the domain of normal human experience.

Starting in early childhood, listening to her inner voice was a natural part of her. As a teen, she began receiving unsolicited communications, or 'messages', that forewarned her of some future event, often the death of someone she knew. These messages proved prophetic, and at first she found them disturbing and frightening. However, over time she came to accept and trust them. Later in life, working as a RN she found that her sensitivity to this other realm helped her to foresee different aspects of her patient’s condition, aiding in their healing.

Visiting with loved ones that have passed was also a normal occurrence for her from a young age. During these visits, she would be filled with unbounded joy and unconditional love.

Much later, shortly after her husband died, she had a greatly expanded experience of Heaven that was far above and beyond the joyous, love-filled meetings she had come to know. Here she describes dissolving into complete perfection, fully united in love. A towering event so Magnificent that much of it is inexplicable, yet she does her best to share it with us.

As an RN, Ms. Saulenas worked mainly in the specialty areas of ICU, Trauma, Adult Burns, and Hospice, where she very quickly discovered that there was far more to healing than treatments and medications. She bore witness to, and helped facilitate, many ‘miraculous’ healings, both large and small. She shares some of those such as:

+ A surprising response from a dying comatose patient that gives him and his family joy, comfort, and closure.

+ A long distance healing for a patient with lung disease and double pneumonia that bewildered his doctors and family.

+ Removing crushing head pain from a patient with deadly brain tumors.

+ And much more.

At the core of it all is her belief that we are all connected. We are all of the Divine, (or Greater Consciousness), and by turning inward, we can tap into that unlimited wisdom that offers endless ‘impossible’ possibilities. Life becomes filled with more beauty, joy, love, and healing. Here Ms. Saulenas shares her simple practice of connection with this boundless source, this powerful energy that supports and unites us all.

Her revealing stories and simple instruction will inspire readers to open themselves to the latent powers that lie untapped within us all.

Mindreader: The New Science of Deciphering What People Really Think, What They Really Want, and Who They Really Are

Tired of guessing what they’re really thinking? Read people in every situation—in person, on a screen, or in writing—using the new science of psycholinguistics, from a New York Times bestselling author and consultant to the FBI, CIA, and NSA.

“A treasure trove of concepts, ideas, and tools that we can all master to be safer and happier. It’s a must-read!”—Joe Navarro, author of Dangerous Personalities

What did your boss mean in that email? Is your mechanic stretching the truth? Whether you’re engaged in a casual conversation or a high-stakes negotiation, it’s critical to understand the subtext of a situation. But with so much interaction happening on screens—via email, texts, or video chat—we are losing the ability to interpret expressions and cues. Furthermore, since many are now savvy about the meaning of body language, it’s become even harder to discern someone’s true thoughts or intentions.

A leading lie-detection expert who instructs the FBI and other security agencies, noted psychotherapist David Lieberman, PhD, takes “people reading” to a whole new level. Drawing on the latest research in psycholinguistics—the cues embedded in spoken and written speech—he shows you how to apply his cutting-edge methods to countless everyday situations, including:

• Detecting the messaging behind passive language, personal or impersonal descriptions, and level of detail.
• Determining whether someone’s account of any incident is the truth or a work of fiction.
• Finding out whether a potential hire, dating app match, or new babysitter is trustworthy or hiding something.
Nobody wants to be played a fool. 
Mindreader will help us identify who can be trusted, and who may be out to get us.

Microsoft Excel For Beginners: Complete Step-by-Step Guide

You will learn how to use Excel’s functions in this book. This book gives you the most critical techniques for dealing with the deluge of data and information that we are bombarded within our everyday lives, both personal and professional.

You’ll wow your bosses with your computer skills, and you’ll have the tools you need to handle any work in your personal life. This includes your to-do and grocery lists. Tables must be ordered, and Excel proficiency is required.

While Excel is best recognized as an accounting program, professionals in any sector, including science researchers, can benefit from its capabilities and formulae because it can track any type of data. It eliminates the need to count cells or copy and paste performance figures for hours. Excel usually provides a shortcut or quick workaround to fasten the process.

Rather than just reading the book, try to actively practice Excel’s examples and theoretical concerns. Internalising the functions is critical, as you know: Practice makes perfect!
Let´s get started!
Spark your skills in Excel! Go from a blank worksheet to pivot tables.

Invite the Storm (Author Interview)

Invite the Storm looks like an exciting story.  Can you tell us a little about it?

It is a collection of poetry that touches on the subjects of love, heartbreak and hope. It can be relatable to everyone but can really touch those who have gone through rough times. It really is about gearing up for your own personal internal storm.


Any plans to turn it into a series?

Yes, actually. The second book just started the production phase.


That’s an amazing cover.  Can you tell us a little about it?

I really wanted something that reflected the title as the book as well as the themes. The book is about kind of taking a stand against your own internal battles so I wanted to have a cover that spoke to that.


What inspired you when writing Invite the Storm?

Life was my inspiration. My own experiences and the experience and that of those around me.


How did you come up with the title to your book?

The title comes from the metaphor I use for my own internal battles. I view them as storms that I need to weather.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Invite the Storm?

Actually being open, honest and vulnerable.


What do you like to do when not writing?

Anything active really. Working out hiking. I also enjoy reading.


Where can readers find out more about your work?




A Practical DBT Skills Workbook for Modern Teens & Adolescents: How to Help You Confront Your Emotions and Anxiety, Keep Them Under Control, and Practice Mindfulness

This therapeutic technique has helped Lady Gaga and Selena Gomez get through the toughest times in their lives. Here’s how it can help you too.

Your teenage years are a time of great change and new experiences as you transition into adulthood.

You’re undergoing profound changes in your body, facing more challenging ordeals, and feeling deeper emotions, you may not have felt before.

On top of that are the stresses of school, the complications of teenage relationships and the

It can feel overwhelming to be a teen, and sometimes things can get to be too much for you.

Whether you’re feeling hurt, stressed, insecure, angry, anxious, or lonely, know that you don’t have to go through it alone.

You can always turn to your parents, friends, teachers, and mentors for advice, support, and assistance.

But aside from outside help, you can also take actions to 
help yourself deal with the pressures of teenage life.

One of the most effective ways is Dialectical Behavior Therapy or DBT.

It is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy that can aid those struggling with various issues such as depression and anxiety, anger outbursts, frequent mood swings, and more.

With this workbook, you’ll learn to 
develop useful skills to help you respond better to difficult and stressful experiences.

In A Practical DBT skills Workbook for Modern Teens and Adolescents, here is just a fraction of what you will discover:
  • A helpful overview of DBT, how it works, and how it can improve your relationships and transform your life
  • The 4 core components of DBT and how each can contribute to your mental health and wellbeing
  • How you can change the way you feel no matter what situation you find yourself in using the Self-Soothe method
  • 101 Fun and productive exercises ( 8.5x11 -Self-help Worksheets) to help you develop the DBT skills you need to cope effectively with challenging situations
  • Emotion regulation techniques that give you more understanding of and control over your emotions
  • How to apply GIVE skills to enhance the quality of your relationships and deal with conflicts
  • How to use Distress tolerance skills to improve your daily habits
  • Step-by-step 30-60-90-day plan to improve your communication and relationships

And much more.

You might be struggling today, but that doesn’t mean you have to struggle forever.

Building and practicing DBT skills will give you the tools to face any challenge without getting overwhelmed by your emotions.

Teen's and Adolescent's life may be tough, but you’re tougher, and you can make it through!

If you want to grasp your emotions better and develop a more resilient and adaptable outlook on life, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.

Drug Safety: The Complete Guide

Drugs are any chemical substances, typically of known structure, which change a person's mental or physical state when taken into the body through the various means available. There are countless drugs in the pharmaceutical industry being used to treat a wide range of diseases. All drugs carry side effects usually studied through preclinical, premarketing, and post-marketing data collected. Drugs can be addictive, misused, or abused. Excessive intake of psychoactive drugs such as painkillers and illicit drugs is an example of ways drugs can be abused or misused. Under the influence of drugs or substance abuse, people can be involved in abnormal or antisocial behavior. Long-term personality changes might also occur in those individuals, posing a significant threat to society.

The book goes through the concept of drugs, the specifics of pharmacovigilance, and adverse events following drug administration. It describes the best practices for drug safety and the consideration for prevention, especially child safety and first aid. In addition, the author emphasizes the role of the patient in understanding treatment protocols. Drug Safety is not something that should be taken lightly; it is considered one of the most critical aspects of medical therapy that plays a definitive role in deciding what drug is to be administered to what patient at what time. It also covers the concept of benefit-risk balance. Consumers should educate themselves about drug safety guidelines and follow prescribers' advice.

I Love Me (Author Interview)

I Love Me looks like a great guide.  Can you tell us a little about it?

This book is about motivation in our daily life. It helps the young people to know the life’s rules, as well easiest way to the happiness. It’s very easy written, so that everyone can understand it.


Any plans to turn it into a series?

Well that will be great, at this moment it’s not the plan.


How long did it take you to write I Love Me?

About year.


What inspired the idea for your book?

The inspiration was, even though that I am young, but I can say I am to early mature, which I was very early to relize how the life works. Through this experience that I have in this life, I decided to share it to the people, so that they can benefit.


How did you come up with the title to your book?

First of all for me it was important that the title to be short and easy to remember it, even after years. Secondly I love me It has a very powerful meaning, which it motivate you to love yourself, I always believe it all starts with yourself, if you want change in your life, that’s why it’s important to accept and be satisfied with yourself and you live it.


What will readers get out of your book?

Self-confident, been proud of yourself, knowing life rules, accepting yourself and many more.

Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing I Love Me?

Getting new ideas and grammatic.


What do you like to do when not writing?

Reading, watching series, dancing and drawing.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

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The Devil's Thesaurus (Author Interview)

Any plans to turn it into a series?

No. Even though it’s my “debut book”, I think the beauty of this book is in its completeness.


What inspired you when writing The Devil’s Thesaurus?

A lot of my writing came from my own heartbreak. Even though these poems are fictional, the (unnamed) speaker of the poem and I share a lot of similar experiences.

Also, I drew a lot of inspiration for the structure from The Lover’s Dictionary by David Levithan. I loved the way he crafted that novel, with its powerful vignettes.


How did you come up with the title to your book?

The title is my nod to The Lover’s Dictionary. I wanted something similar, but I made it my own. Thesaurus hints at my format of going through the alphabet, but also including opposite poems.


What will readers get out of your book?

Readers will find catharsis as they travel on this journey of loss, love, and the bittersweet moments of reminiscing that we’ve all experienced at the end of relationships.

I know I’m not the only one who has sat in the dark, waxing philosophical about the one who got away. I really hope that this book can help readers not feel so alone as they “write the poem in (their) head”.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing The Devil’s Thesaurus?

Finding 5 words that start with the letter X and have an antonym…my greatest feat yet.

In all seriousness, the writing itself was difficult. Through these pages I relived a lot of my past—some of it good, some of it bad. Is it based on my own experiences? Yes. Does that mean it’s not fictional? No. Does that mean that I did not feel the emotion of every word? Me genoito!


What do you like to do when not writing?

I play board games, listen/produce podcasts, and binge too much TV.


The New Sales Mindset (Author Interview)

The New Sales Mindset looks like a fantastic book. Can you tell us a little about it?

Sure, I wanted my first book to be about building a solid foundation for success in sales. It was important for me to destroy outdated myths and misconceptions about the sales profession as a whole. I've noticed over my career that even the best salespeople and leaders often misinterpret the essential elements that make a great salesperson. The best in the business and the most influential all share certain unexpected qualities.

Often when someone is exceptional in sales, people believe they were born with this "natural talent" —when in fact, it's an acquired skill that has more to do with mindset than anything else. You don't need to be an extroverted, charismatic, "Born with it" closer to be a success. Like anyone else who has succeeded in their field, you need to have the right mindset.

I've seen the same thing happen over and over again. New salespeople come into the business with misguided concepts of what a salesperson is. Veteran salespeople get stuck in a rut and are unsure how to get out.

They think they're doing everything right—but when they look at their numbers, it's obvious something's not working. They try to learn tips and tricks to improve themselves, but it just doesn't seem to help.

There is a much deeper issue at play than just a simple lack of knowledge or skill. It is something more fundamental: a mindset problem.

Before you learn any more "tips or tricks," you need to adjust your mindset.


How long did it take you to write The New Sales Mindset?

I wrote The New Sales Mindset over the course of three years.

I have to admit that it felt like it took me even longer than that. Writing a book is an entirely different experience than anything I've ever done. It was a learning process for me. I've written quite a bit before, but there's something different about writing a book that I didn't expect. At first, I struggled with getting the text to flow from one topic to another. I had to relearn how to write long form. I spent most of that time editing and rewriting—and I'm glad I did! It's been an amazing experience and taught me a lot about myself as a writer.


What inspired the idea for your book?

I have enjoyed coaching individuals and teams for over 20 years. Helping expand their capabilities and being a part of their growing success inspires me every day. Writing this book is my first endeavour to scale what I have learned to a wider audience.


How did you come up with the title for your book?

When I started thinking about the book's title, I had a few ideas about what I wanted to cover. The original concept for the book was "Sales Fundamentals," which stayed as a placeholder at the top of the Word document for quite some time. I shuffled through a few names, but between the title and the sub-title, I knew three things were non-negotiable: Mindset, authenticity and ethics.

These three things help you stand out as a salesperson, and they're incredibly important to me personally. So, I knew that if I could somehow encapsulate those elements on the book's cover, it would be perfect.

That's how "The New Sales Mindset – Building an unshakable foundation of authenticity and ethics" was born!


What will readers get out of your book?

I wanted readers to learn how to have an entrepreneur's growth mindset with a professional athlete's discipline. What I hope readers get out of this book is a clear path to success on their terms—a path built on authenticity and forged with solid ethics.

You can master the customer experience and grow your business faster than you thought. And all it takes is a little bit of grit, determination, and a growth mindset.

In The New Sales Mindset, I write about how to use these three things to build a thriving career capable of attracting more customers than you ever thought possible—and then turning those customers into lifelong fans who will refer their friends to you for years to come.

You'll learn about the importance of having an authentic personal brand, how to develop a strong customer service ethos that resonates with your audience, and how to create a simple system for tracking your progress to ensure you're always moving forward in the right direction. You'll also get concrete examples of what works—and what doesn't—so you can see exactly how other entrepreneurs have achieved similar results with their businesses.

This book is full of actionable advice and practical tools that are easy enough for anyone with basic reading skills to follow along with but detailed enough that they'll help you reach new levels of success.

Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing The New Sales Mindset?

Writing this book was a learning experience for me. I've always been a writer, but I found that writing an entire book was different from churning out short content pieces. There were a few times that left me feeling like I had bitten off more than I could chew.

I started with taking articles I had worked on over the last twenty years and repurposing the content. I kept trying to Frankenstein these pieces of content into one cohesive, flowing book, but it wasn't that easy. Although there may be remanence of these short content pieces, I learned that it is faster and better to start fresh.


Can you tell us a little about your background?

Sure, I grew up in a small town Port Elgin, Ontario. My parents were both leaders in their own right. My father was a trainer at a nuclear power plant, a math and science genius. My mother was a hair stylist, charismatic and outgoing with the gift of gab. They both taught me different skills and helped form my foundation.

In my early years, I was unfocused and didn't perform well in school. After high school, without a clear direction to go, I moved around quite a bit. I moved from city to city and job to job. I found my way into quite a few entry-level sales positions to pay the bills. I finally landed in London, Ontario, where I found purpose and meaning. It was here where I built my family and formed my entrepreneurial spirit.

For a short time, I worked as a salesperson for an owner-operated web design studio. It was a very small operation. I mean, we worked out of a small room in an apartment and used a home phone number as our business line. I noticed pretty quickly that I could emulate this model myself. I started working out of my own apartment selling marketing solutions to small and medium-sized businesses. I grew the company to have a few employees and worked on some great projects that I am really proud of. I transitioned out of that business into a franchise business with my wife. At the same time, I began working in the automotive sector in sales management and operations.

Sales and leadership coaching has always been my passion. I am excited to see where it takes me for the balance of my career. 


Where can readers find out more about your work?

The best place to start would be I have links to all my projects, including links to purchase the book. If you want to go right amazon, the link is