Free parenting and families Kindle books for 10 Dec 18

Tim’s Star

by Elizabeth Fagerland

In a day of porch swings, family time and all around good deeds a boy’s dream for a star of his own comes true, but only after he realizes that what truly counts in life can’t be counted.

Why Wilt a Wallflower?: A True Story

by Amy Sue Jackson

Amy Sue Jackson’s important account, Why Wilt a Wallflower, is a stirring memoir of one woman’s will to survive and stand up for herself as a survivor of sexual abuse.

Amy reached out for help from her youth pastor, quickly being labeled a sinner. A few years later, Amy found the courage to file a police report against her attacker, her brother, facing family banishment.

On her own, Amy completed graduate school and followed her dream to finish an entire album original music.
In the wake of the Me-Too Movement, Amy quickly learned she was unable to pursue civil charges against her brother, her family, and her church.

Exquisitely written, with power and truth, Why Wilt a Wallflower, is a lasting story of grit and determination to continue fighting to change sexual abuse laws to serve survivors.

Suicide Season Now Online: Trump, Silicon Valley Help Remove Excess Population

by Dave Masko

Suicide Season Now Online, by Dave Masko. Information technology “mental inflammation” from head to toe is the whole-body system problem with overuse of digital technology, say rehab addiction counselors who are trying to cope with America’s suicide epidemic. According to one veteran, suicide does not know if you are rich or poor, powerful or not when, in this dystopian cyber age, this act of taking one’s own life is served-up by information technology A.I. mind bugs that “seem to whisper at me in the dark of my mind this melancholy tone,” added the veteran and others who perish from drug overdose linked to this evil brand of tech-induced suicide. In fact, the Veterans Administration states that “over 50 veterans and first responders die each and every day due to mental stress that is exasperated after being fully wired to machines 24/7. Even our top American heroes are not immune to the stress, emotional tool and physical and mental pain of their service; while having to deal with information technology “screen” demands all throughout their days that never seem to end. For instance, this retired military photojournalist had the great honor to interview Admiral Jeremy Boorda when he served as Chief of Naval Operations at the Pentagon. Admiral Boorda took his own life by shooting himself in the chest. Fast forward 22 years and another highly decorated admiral decided to end it all and commit suicide. Vice Adm. Scott Stearney, commander of the Navy’s famed 5th Fleet, ended his life Dec. 1, 2018 of “apparent suicide” while on duty in Bahrain. What both these top military leaders have in common is a high degree of stress that is driven by too much exposure to Big Data. IT may sound simple, but information technology industry-inducted mind control is the blame for teen suicide being America’s No. 1 killer. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) believes an underlining factor is “too much time spent online, on mobile devices and playing video games instead of living real-life in the healthy outdoors and away from constant exposure to toxic digital “screens.” In fact, addiction to the odious “Fortnite” and other like killing video games is like being addicted to heroin because once you get hooked into machine, it’s very difficult to get unhooked and free of this dangerous A.I. mind bug, say information technology rehab addiction treatment counselors here along Oregon’s peaceful and mostly unplugged coast. IT is here at one of these nondescript Big Data addiction treatment centers that Fortnite addicted teens are hunkered down and crying because they can’t spend their usual 12 to 14-hours playing this and other killing video games nonstop. “The only way IT stops is when you try and off yourself,” explained a self-confessed Big Data addicted teen. This special “new journalism” Kindle e-book features essays that explain the Who, What, When, Where, How and Why of digital technology addiction and why’s ITs to blame for a 50 percent rise in suicides amongst America’s best and brightest teens and others hooked into machine.


by Lorraine Asige

Are you a single mom?
Are you a potential single mom currently expecting your little bundle of joy?
Are you anxious about taking on the responsibility of being a single mom?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then this book is for you…

(50 things to know about being a single mom) by (Lorraine Asige) offers a real life experience approach to single motherhood. Most books on being a single mom tell you about single motherhood from an outsider’s point of view such as a psychologist who deals with single mother families. Although there’s nothing wrong with that, sometimes it is better to hear from someone who is experiencing the same thing you are. Based on my own personal journey as a single mom I offer some insights into the world of single motherhood, some tips that will be helpful and some pointers of things you would never think of.

In these pages you’ll discover financial tips, health tips, and tips to help you stay sane, tips to help you prepare yourself for every stage of life as a single mom. This book will help you navigate the sometimes overwhelming world of single motherhood as well as give you some tried and tested advice on how to handle most everyday situations that you will encounter.

By the time you finish this book, you will know the intricacies of being a single mom and how to be the best mom you can be to your little one. So grab YOUR copy today. You’ll be glad you did.

30 New Days – Your Journal For Reinvention After Divorce: Discover Who You Want To Be Now And How To Get There

by Fay Kortleven

Let’s be honest, divorce is a dramatic and painful change. But, like any time of change, it is still ripe with possibilities, opportunities and seasons for growth. And it can be the perfect time to discover who you want to be now and how to get there. 30 New Days is Your Journal For Reinvention

But how can you move forward?

Where is the roadmap to life after divorce?

Through 30 days of journaling prompts you will begin to see the possibilities that are alive in the newness of your situation.

Through this guide you will be encouraged to greet each new day with the same enthusiasm as the first.

For each new day is exactly that; new. 

We leave behind the day before. Any stumbles, mistakes or guilt from yesterday get left behind.

We do not carry these into a new day that is so full of opportunity and possibility.

Why 30 days?

30 days is a manageable and bite-sized amount of time.

Anyone can try something for 30 days and I challenge you to give reinvention a try for 30 days.

The best part is that it takes around 30 days to start a new habit, so by finishing this 30 day plan you will be setting a new habit of relentless forward motion towards your goals; towards the person you want to be.

30 New Days Of Journaling Towards Reinvention After Divorce is most especially about each day being new.

Therefore, we let ourselves off the hook if we misstep, screw-up or mess up the flow of the 30 days.

This change is about putting intention into action with each new day.

The key to journaling towards reinvention is what we don’t bring into each new day.

We don’t bring the failures or upsets of the previous day forward into the new one.

We start each day new and fresh, with an open mind to the possibilities available to us.

What’s inside? What do the next 30 days look like? We will cover the following:

Searching For Identity,

Putting Our Fragments Together Again

Finding a New Way Forward

Giving to Yourself

Narrowing Your Focus

Building A Post-Divorce Road Map


Limiting our limiting thoughts

Avoiding the Toxic Fixes

Clearing Away the Noises and Annoyances

Cleaning up Our Self Talk

Creatively Dealing with Change

Energy Forward

Dispelling Our Fears

Onwards and Upwards

Purchase now and start your 30 New Days of Reinvention



Prison Segmentation For Senior Prisoners

by Reverend Mike Wanner

Segmentation offers the possibility to help regarding senior prisoner charges also. In a general population, seniors can be more vulnerable than other adults and segmentation can help insulate seniors from younger prisoners.

Aging seniors are also vulnerable because they may have less access to medical care than other free citizens in their region. It is not exactly easy for their children to come check on them and give them moral support either.

The books that I have previously published so far about the prison situations are:

Angel Raphael Speaks Volume 4: Angels, Addicts, Alcoholics & Prisoners – Oh Yeah!
Angel Raphael Speaks Volume 5: Prisoners Caring for Alcoholics – Australia In Miniature Projects Intro
Angel Raphael Speaks Volume 6: Prisoners Caring for Addicts – Australia In Miniature For Addicts
Prison Jobs Now: Providing Care For Addicts And Alcoholics
Angel Raphael Speaks – Prisons (A small Kindle only book)
Contained Care Communities: Concept
Australia In Miniature Projects
Prison Possibilities Dialogue Series: Concept
Prison Possibilities Dialogue Series: Volume 2 Dialogues
Prison Possibilities Dialogue Series: Volume 3 Dialogues
Prison Possibilities Dialogue Series: Volume 4 Dialogues
Prison Possibilities Dialogue Series: Volume 5 Dialogues
Prison Possibilities Voluntary Exile: Concept
Prison Possibilities Correction Coaches: Concept
Prison Possibilities for Mexicans: Is A Boat Better than A Wall?
Prison Possibilities Family Time: A Reason to Thrive!
Prison Genius Pool: “So Much Genius In Jail”
Prison Possibilities Access Control: Prisoner Access by Request
Prisoner’s Lawyers Can Save The American Economy: Make A Buck Doing It & Be Thanked!
Prisoner Family Talks, Days, Stays & Vacations: Connecting Helps Healing
Prisoner Writing Projects: Write To Heal, Start Over & Reconnect
Prison Cell Clearing & Blessing: Clear Entities, Chase Ghosts, and & Create Sacred Space
Prisoner Professors: Show You Are Aware Create Change With Care
Prison Reiki? Maybe Someday? A Gateway To Help Heal Prisons & America?
Judges and An Angel Rule On Possibilities:We Can Cut Sentences & Prison Costs
Ideas For Prison Wardens: Leadership Is Not Easy
Solitary Community: Could Community Support Cut Costs and Issues?
Prisoner Projects Communication Teams: Communications Can Change Lives
Motivating & Empowering Prisoners? Invite Prisoners To Find Their Motivation & Their Future
Prison Segmentation for Safety, Sanity, Security,Peace & â?¦
Prison Segmentation For Security
Dowsing for Prisoners
Ex-Prisoner Possibilities With Real Estate Investors
Prison Segmentation For Mental Peace
Prison Segmentation For Joint Ventures: You & Your Team
Prison Segmentation for Startups Ideas

Also Please Know The Following:
1. I have published 54 Dialogues of Prison Possibilities.
2. I have published over fifty other books on Angels, Healing, Veterans, PTSD, Fear, Children, Emergency medical Kindness, Language Tools and my Amazon Author Page is “Reverend Mike Wanner”
3. I have many websites and the primary ones are,, and
4. May all who read this be blessed AND SO IT IS!

La Rosa Herida (Spanish Edition)

by Azah Lop

Azah nos narra la historia de Malia, una mujer a la que la vida sorprendió, perdió una batalla, más no la guerra. Un relato de superación.

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