‘From Cannibal to Diabetic’ by Verona Lucas

‘The Chubby Trilogy – Chubby Chasers – Chance Chasers – Challenge Chasers’ by Kat Hibbard

‘I think I took a wrong turn’ by Misty Baumgrotz

‘Give Up Hope And Take Up Smoking: Living Well With A Chronic Condition’ by Keith Kahn-Harris

‘LifeChess: The Million-Dollar Metaphor’ by Brett Pucino

What do all Millionaires have in common? Drive. Determination. Talent. These are all true, but what’s more important is their ability to face their personal Darkness head on. Have you ever seen that image of God and the Devil playing a game of chess? That’s your life every day. Every choice you make is a […]

“Ann’s guide to low carb grain free living” by Annette White

In the summer of 2014 I weighed 355 lbs.I could no longer walk more than a few feet without my wheel chair.I couldn’t fit in a tub or stand to shower, everday living became a chore.I had been diagnosed with everything from IBS, rheumatoid arthritis, allergies, migraines, pre diabetes, etc.the constant pain in my joints […]

“Our Art. Our Madness. An excursion into the inner world of mental illness.” by David Feingold

It is only too true that a lot of artists are mentally ill – it’s a life which, to put it mildly, makes one an outsider. I’m all right when I completely immerse myself in work, but I’ll always remain half crazy. – Vincent Van Gogh Enter the world of these outsiders who courageously endure […]

‘The Easy Approach to Speed Training’ by Raymond Tucker

This is a great book for any coach, parent, or athlete looking for an easy to understand approach to linear speed training. This book will cover the proper body position and mechanics for acceleration from a three-point stance for the 40-yard dash, starting blocks for the 100 meters, and proper sprinting mechanics. There are several […]

“Streams of Memories” by Rebecca Sharrock

HSAM (or Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory) is a rare condition where one is able to recall every day of their life with fair to perfect accuracy. Prior to the year 2011 I didn’t understand why most people can’t remember their days of being a baby in a crib, or when they struggled to walk as […]


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