Get Out of Your Mind & Into Your Life introduces Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a new approach to psychotherapy that reevaluates our most basic assumptions about mental health, and details how ACT can help you to embrace life and everything it has to offer.
The Last Layover is a fiction novel based on real places and potential scenarios where an out of control government pushes America to the brink of financial and social collapse. This vulnerable state allows the unthinkable to happen, causing the comfort, security, and conveniences of our modern first world society to quickly come to an end.
"The Last Layover"
The Guardians is an action-adventure thrill ride, packed with plausible events that offers listeners a glimpse into a potential collapse of society, while providing an exciting and entertaining story with characters you will feel you truly know and understand. Continue on this journey with them as they face the dangers, hardships, chaos, and violence of an unraveling and collapsing modern world, while never losing touch with their own humanity, decency, and dignity.
"Loved the first book"
The Resolution is the fourth installment in The New Homefront Series where patriotic Americans struggle to survive while fighting the evil and tyranny that pervades their new world. As the country continued to struggle amidst the fallout from the orchestrated collapse, the United Nations and other foreign entities continued to increase their influence, taking advantage of a nation desperate for order.
"Good follow up"
The Blue Ridge Resistance is the third book in The New Homefront series and picks up where The Guardians left off. The main characters have struggled to survive in a nation that underwent what appeared to be an orchestrated collapse, with several elements joining together to bring America to its knees. With the country and its infrastructure still in disarray, and with power struggles and conflict within all levels of government delaying a recovery, people must fend for themselves in order to survive.
"I got a cold"
As the walking dead rise up throughout the world, a few brave doctors attempt to find a cure by applying forensic techniques to captured zombies....
"It was boring at times."
Alexi Littrell hasn't told anyone what happened to her over the summer. Ashamed and embarrassed, she hides in her closet and compulsively scratches the back of her neck, trying to make the outside hurt more than the inside does. At school, nobody sees the scratches or her pain. The only person she connects with is the mysterious Captain Lyric, who writes song lyrics on her fourth-period desk for her to complete. With pencil marks and music, Alexi carves out a comfortable space for herself as she and the Captain finish each other's songs - words on a desk feel safer than words spoken aloud.
"Powerful story and performance"
Consumed by the simple but logical belief that riding is more fun than walking, Aaron took his wheelchair and turned it into a toy, playing and practicing on it until there was no place he couldn't go. After beating his peers in all the BMX competitions he could enter, Aaron became the unicorn of the Nitro Circus team, the ultimate dream of every BMX rider and skateboarder alike.
"Inspiring and Very Entertaining"
The fascinating, true account of the quest for one of the Old Testament’s most infamous cities. Like many modern-day Christians, Dr. Steven Collins struggled with what seemed to be a clash between his belief in the Bible and the research regarding ancient history - a crisis of faith that inspired him to put both his education and the Bible to the test by embarking on an expedition that has led to one of the most exciting finds in recent archaeology.
"What a wonderful accidental discovery!"
The saga of the last of the old-style vigilante committees and the first of the new-style vigilante committees - a blend that shows the transition....
In this 13-lesson study of the period between the testaments, Steven C. Hunter gives Bible students a window into the first-century world in which Jesus preached, was rejected, and was crucified. The result will be a deeper understanding and richer appreciation for the New Testament world.
For Joanne, being a vampire didn't start out glamorous. It wasn't romantic, or hip, or even tragically beautiful. It was brutal. It was a constant moral struggle. She was able to feel compassion… but never again love. Or will she? Before she was turned, Joanne had lived a simple life. Now she justifies her hunger by choosing only the right prey. She takes great pains to separate the generous from the greedy, the righteous from the damned.
"Sucker for Story"
New research suggests sleep doesn’t just help learning, it helps “relearning” as well.