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Editorial Review – Collective Ownership Based Economy

 

Title: Collective Ownership Based Economy: A Road Map to Prosperity, Peace, and Happiness for All

Author name: Prathapchandra Kedilaya

Genre: Politics / Socioeconomic System

 

This book details the steps necessary, according to the author, to achieve the socioeconomic dream of a nation and world without war, poverty, divisions, anger, and crime.

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Editorial Review – The Blogger Trailmap

 

Title: The Blogger Trailmap: How to Take Your Blog to the Next Level in Easy Steps

Author name: Chivi Frost

Genre: Non-fiction

 

This short book is designed to guide a person along their blogging journey. It provides a professional outlook on blogs without discouraging a personal, creative touch or demanding one approach as “the way” of blogging.

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Editorial Review – Revolutionize Your Health

 

Title: Revolutionize Your Health: How to Take Back Your Body’s Power to Heal

Authors: Cornelia Merk and Janet G. Nestor

Genre: Non-fiction

 

Revolutionize Your Health provides an in-depth guide for taking control over our own physical and mental well-being. Synthesizing ancient wisdom, global practices, and modern science, the authors discuss the basic principles of healing and the importance of holistic awareness, which is a mind-body-spirit connection. Throughout the book, easy-to-follow exercises are provided to bring the information to life.

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Editorial Review – Dancing with Death

 

Title: Dancing with Death: An Epic and Inspiring Travel Adventure

Author: Jean-Philippe Soulé

Genre: Adventure / Travel / Memoir / Non-Fiction

 

In this diary-style memoir, Dancing with Death follows two men on an experience of a lifetime.

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Editorial Review – Empathy Deficit Disorder

 

Title: Empathy Deficit Disorder: Healing from Our Mix-Ups about Work, Home, and Sex

Authors: Jacqueline Acho and Eva Basilion

Genre: Non-fiction

 

Empathy Deficit Disorder is the result of research that examines long-held assumptions about work, home, and gender roles in American culture. Through their analysis of those assumptions, the authors have come to believe in the power of empathy, the ability to understand the emotions of others. They believe that our society’s general beliefs and daily practices demonstrate a lack of empathy that, if not addressed, will cause our country to remain divisive and divided.

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Editorial Review – Foundation Focus Freedom

 

Title: Foundation Focus Freedom: The 3 STEP PROCESS for Transforming your Mindset, Overcoming your Fears, and Harnessing Unimaginable Success

Author name: Terence Young

Genre: Self Help / Personal Development

 

This detailed book is designed for those who are ready to examine their lives and move forward from their current patterns of thought. The author, a former OB-GYN, uses the concept of birth and pregnancy to structure the development of a new way of thinking, working toward “delivering an enhanced version of yourself.”

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Editorial Review – Fortune Favors the Bold

 

Title: Fortune Favors the Bold – A Woman’s Odyssey through a Turbulent Century

Author name: Theodore Modis

Genre: Creative Non-fiction / Biography / Memoir

 

This creative nonfiction work looks at the life of Theodosia Modis, lover and wife of Giorgos Modis, the son of a significant martyr in the cultural and political conflict between Greeks and Bulgarians in Macedonia prior to the First World War. Though she was primarily a schoolteacher, mother, and wife, this volume celebrates the story of her achievements and her long and eventful life.

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Editorial Review – Productivity Equation: The Four Step Process to Accomplishing More of What’s Important to You

 

Title: Productivity Equation: The Four Step Process to Accomplishing More of What’s Important to You

Author: Elita Torres

Genre: Business / Productivity

 

Most people have specific goals about what they want to accomplish in a specific time period, such as a day, month, or year. Everyone has days where they wish they could’ve been more productive, or even if they were quite productive, found more time for fun and relationships. Readers can find themselves wishing they were more efficient in the blocks of time they issue at work and at home. This takes knowledge, and readers of self-help and self-enrichment books are aware that a little bit of knowledge can go a long way.

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Editorial Review – Travels in the Time of Trump

 

Title: Travels in the Time of Trump

Author: Paula DiPerna

Genre: Nonfiction / Political / Travel Writing

 

This work explores the author’s journeys before and after the election of President Trump, providing a heartfelt argument as to how Americans can survive the election of one she considers to be a “Loose Cannon President.”

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