Free arts and entertainment Kindle books for 07 Oct 18

Emotional Intelligence: 30 Day Challenge – A Step by Step Guide to Mastering your Social Skills, Relationships and Boost your EQ: (Social skills, NLP, Body Language, Anger Management, Communication)

by James C. Ryder

If you often feel that your life is dictated by the way you feel, and that you can’t be consistent from one day to the next, the chances are that you need to focus on one thing and one thing only – emotional intelligence. EQ is the number one way to not only gain back control of your life, but to develop it to higher levels, meeting your potential and achieving your goals.

If you’re reading that statement and nodding your head, â??yes, I want that’, you’ve come to the right place!

Join us as we embark on a self-discovery journey from day 1 to day 30, giving you easy to follow tasks every day. We focus on one particular section of EQ development every single day, allowing you to understand and practice, before moving on to another task. Go at your own speed, follow the days, however you do it, simply make it work for you.

By following this 30 day challenge you will conquer those out of control emotions, you will increase your health and wellbeing, you’ll be happier, lighter, more hopeful, and you’ll notice your relationships with others are on the rise. Opportunities will come your way, life will feel magical – there really will be no better feeling.

Our tasks don’t require special equipment, they don’t require excessively hard work, and they’re easy to follow, with a conversational tone to help you through your journey on a one to one basis. If this all sounds like something you need in your life, join us on your own personal challenge.

Download â??The Emotional Intelligence 30 Day Challenge: A Step by Step Guide to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence And Master Your Relationships’ today.

Stock Market Investing for Beginners: A Step by Step Guide to Invest in Stock with 36 Advanced Stock Investing Strategies: (Investing 101, Stock Market, Stock Market Investing For Beginners)

by James Turner

If you have long been interested in investing in stocks only to feel intimidated by all the things out there you don’t’ know, then Stock Market Investing for Beginners: A step by step guide to invest in stock with 36 advanced stock investing strategies is the book you have been waiting for. The fact of the matter is that investing in the stock market is a skill which means it can be improved just like any other, via lots and lots of practice.

This isn’t always a straight forward process, however, which is why this book was written to teach you everything you need to know in order to ensure you start seeing a profit sooner rather than later. First, you will learn all about the mindset of the successful trader and how you can learn to think the same way. From there, you will find a wide variety of passive and active strategies to ensure that there are bound to be a few that will work for you. Finally, you will find a variety of tips for success to ensure that you can start turning a profit as quickly as possible. So, what are you waiting for? Take control of your financial future and buy this book today!

The God That Failed: An Essay on Rediscovering the Jesus Story

by Preston Cave

If Jesus is “God” then why should we think he is worth following? Didn’t he fail in his mission when he was killed by the Roman government? If so, we should never follow “The God That Failed”. But if not, then it has significant implications on human history. In this essay, rediscover the ancient story of this man named Jesus – the God that failed!

Headquarters Sketchbook (KIMI) (Japanese Edition)

by Kimi Hagiwara

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Short Snippets from Necessitas Timings

by Steven Yessick

This book is a compilation of the beginnings of a book called How to Think Positive that I am working on currently. This book, which took months to piece together, also contains examples of Yessick paintings and the rare snippets of yessickart photography. Also includes brand new Steven Yessick poetry at the end as well as some personal musings.

It is a short and exciting read perfect for an exhilarating adventure within the systems of thought of, and is a good look into the world of Steven Yessick Art if you have never seen some of his other media.

11 Tips for New Writers (Writing Tips)

by Ruth Ann Nordin

Do you want to write a story but don’t know how to start? Are you wondering how to handle storytelling elements like plot, setting, and point of view? Are you stuck in the middle of your story? Are you looking for encouragement to keep going? This book addresses all of these and more.

The Music Room

by Jim Ellis

In 1950’s Westburn, Scotland, Tim Ronsard only has a few months remaining until he leaves St. Mary’s School.

Bored and listless, he’s anxious to get away. His life changes when a new music teacher is appointed: Isobel Clieshman, a Protestant working in a Catholic school. Soon, Tim’s feelings go well beyond a school boy crush, but at 23 years old the teacher is out of his reach.

Five years later, they meet randomly and soon, Tim thinks he has never been happier. But amid family issues, war and prejudice, can they find the road to happiness together?

It will be the end: apocalyptic words, historical pictures

by Raúl M. González

End of the world has come. What do we do?

This is an illustrated tale, a black humor story, a must read love confession.

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