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TWO WHEELS TO NOVA SCOTIA: A Father and Son’s Adventure of a Lifetime

To celebrate college graduation, a father takes his son on a memorable motorcycle trip from Georgia to Nova Scotia to ride The Cabot Trail.

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Miriam’s Miracle: A Medical Memoir Wrapped in a Love Story

This medical memoir is wrapped in a love story like no other, demonstrating God’s love throughout the most desperate moments and a husband’s unwavering and decades-long devotion to his wife.

Imagine experiencing a work-related injury that spirals into decades of life-altering pain and suffering. Imagine fighting a system that seems stacked against you. And imagine a husband-turned-advocate who documents the ordeal, sharing the raw details of an uphill climb through the halls of medicine and courtrooms.

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Moo Vet: One Veterinarian’s Role in Food Supply and Sustaining Humanity

Meet Dr. Sam Galphin, a renowned specialist with a rare vocation. Dr. Galphin’s desire to “help feed the world” has taken him around the globe as an advocate and practitioner of herd welfare and safety. From milk production to meat consumption, the “Moo Vet” has seen it all!

Along the way, the good doctor has stumbled into groundbreaking and controversial adventures on farms and in dairies, told firsthand as only an expert vet and wordsmith can do. Dr. Galphin’s decades of anecdotes read like a “Sherlock Holmes” novel, with mysterious ailments and a trail of clues leading to daring diagnoses in the U.S. and abroad.

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Be the Successor: Strong Habits for Life and Business

Be the Successor is a mix of personal experiences, powerful anecdotes, and relatable lessons learned in the realm of business and life compiled into an extensive guide of strategies, that when implemented will unlock new levels to your success. The book navigates through the joys and pitfalls of entrepreneurialism, challenging you to evaluate your current path and unlocking your true potential.

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CANCER DON’T CARE: A Memoir

Michelle Sandlin was living a healthy, clean life. For the past two years, she worked out six days a week for one to two hours per day. She didn’t drink. She didn’t smoke. She didn’t do drugs. She looked great. She felt great. And she was in the best shape of her life. But guess what? Cancer don’t care! That’s when she found a lump in her right breast. Days later, she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Unknowingly, Michelle had been preparing her body for the fight of her life. And fight she did. After sixteen rounds of chemo, a double mastectomy, reconstruction surgeries, and the preemptive removal of her ovaries and fallopian tubes, she is now CANCER-FREE!

 

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A JOURNEY THROUGH BREAST CANCER

Brienda previously captured her mother’s journey through Alzheimer’s in the book Yellow Scarf: A Bitter Sweet Remembrance, never thinking she’d be writing about her own journey through breast cancer. But here she is, a survivor and advocate, who wants nothing more than to spread awareness and hope to others.

Follow along as she, her daughter, and her husband reflect on their paths to survivorship, for her battle involved the whole family.

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LIVING WITH CMT: A Mother and Son Journey through Charcot Marie Tooth Disease

Welcome to the world of Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT) disease, a rare, progressive and hereditary neurological condition. Author Dawn Johnson takes readers through the physical challenges—the toll on the body, passing the disease on to her son, numerous surgeries, and ongoing treatments. She addresses the emotional toll as well, weighing in on the societal issues of bullying, lack of CMT awareness, giving back and paying it forward. Most of all, Dawn’s spiritual journey is inspirational. As a wife, mother, daughter, co-worker and friend, she shares a raw and courageous view of coping, while trusting God’s plan for her life.

 

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FOR THE LOVE OF OIL

Rob was born in Holland just after the war, when jobs and food had to be shared with too many people trying everything they could to survive. His family was poor, and everyone worked long hours for a daily meal and bare essentials.

As a young boy he accepted any job to support his family…until the day he was giving a chance to work in the oil industry. He soon experienced how tough it is to be accepted by a drilling crew and to work hard for more than twelve hours a day under sometimes severe weather and dangerous operational conditions.