Every few months, we do a book roundup of books sent by authors around the country (and in some cases world). We peruse these books and choose the top 10 or so books to feature on WE Magazine for Women.
At seventeen, Barbara’s daughter Jennifer is in a horrific car accident and sustains a traumatic brain injury that sends her into a two-week coma. Once she awakens, a unique disability presents itself: Jenn lacks any traditional method of communication. Unable to speak or function on her own, Jenn must relearn basic life skills in a rehabilitation facility while Barbara and her family struggle to piece together their lives, now forever changed.
Set against the rich but often troubled history of Blacklands, Texas, during an era of pandemic, scientific discovery, and social upheaval, the novel offers a unique—yet eerily familiar—backdrop to a universal tale of triumphing over loss.
Even as dementia clouds other memories, eighty-three-year-old Leola can’t forget her father’s disappearance when she was sixteen. Now, as Papa appears in haunting visions, Leola relives the circumstances of that loss: the terrible accident that steals Papa’s livelihood, sending the family deeper into poverty; a scandal from Mama’s past that still wounds; and Leola’s growing unease with her brutally bigoted society.
The trademark Self Help Slut™ was channeled by Katharine Branham to use in a workbook series to dispel the belief that only a select few are worthy of the spiritual walk.
- This workbook series is designed to help anyone clear the energy field, release judgement, and upgrade their template to the highest vibration by eliminating all the negative influences and self-sabotaging beliefs collected over a lifetime.
- Learn to garner this supreme energy and clear each chakra as it cleans and revitalizes your whole self. Each workbook will cover the energy field, individual chakras, and help you to align with your highest potential.
After the sudden death of his father, young Mark Vergara, the oldest son of immigrant parents, was thrust into the role of principal breadwinner, working hard in the beet fields of Colorado to support his family. After joining the Army Air Corps and flying dozens of combat missions, he bore the physical and emotional scars of his time in the service, yet he was satisfied he had fulfilled his father’s final wish that he do right by his family.From World War II to the Vietnam War, this tale of a military man who was also a devoted family man is based on the author’s own experiences as a proud son of immigrant parents, a distinguished soldier, a loving husband and father, and a loyal friend.
We’ve all had unique—and often messy—life journeys. You know … the good, the bad, and the ugly. But what if your “messy” life experiences have hidden meanings—that if uncovered could help you have mind-blowing insights about your life’s purpose, and deepen your friendships?
Make Your Mess Your Message encourages each of us to not only give one another the gift of time but to have meaningful life-changing conversations to deepen your friendships and gain insights into your own life journey.
While you may not have a professional life coach, you have your girlfriends—your ride-or-die friends, your new acquaintances, your colleagues—and now you have my friends as well. Ask Yourself This takes you on a journey of self-discovery as you reflect and journal through its pages.
In this final book of the Friendship series, life coach Shari Leid asks simple life questions that lead to thought-provoking answers, prompting conversations you’ve probably never had before.
Perfect for readers who loved Station Eleven, California, and Gold Fame Citrus, 48 States is a one-of-a-kind dystopian thriller about the dangers of extremism and the power of love and forgiveness. When author Evette Davis is not writing novels, she co-manages San Francisco-based public affairs firm. 48 States is her third novel, and she’s currently at work finishing the Dark Horse trilogy, with the final book slated for publication in 2023. Her work has also been published in the San Francisco Chronicle.
For 500 years, the once powerful order of the Sibylline has kept the identity of its future prophetess hidden in the most famous painting in the world. Amid the chaos of post-World War II France, one woman discovers their ancient secret and its ability to transform a fragmented world.
This rich alternate history binds two women beyond time, each fighting to restore sight to a world blinded by the power and control of men. The fate of the world rests on their courage to reclaim the ancient feminine powers of the Sibylline. Woman on the Wall is a sweeping fantastical tale of intrigue and hope for us all.
A far cry from the traditional saccharin romance, Alice R Bishop’s Triple Threat delivers love, sex and dark secrets, all wrapped up in a plot that perfectly captures the zeitgeist of 21st century dating.
Fast-paced, sexually graphic, and a plot with a host of relatable twists and turns, this debut novel not only has the potential to grip the nation in a way that Fifty Shades of Grey did ten years ago, but offers a page-turning escape from today’s daily strife.
Based on the glowing Amazon reviews currently amassing, Triple Threat and the talented Alice R Bishop have a bright future in prospect.