Today's Featured Books

Celebrity Word Scramble Famous Names by Bill Maier

General Nonfiction

The Celebrity Word Scramble Music Edition is a word puzzle game based on the concept of an anagram. Each puzzle page has several five- or six-letter words, and circled letters in each word help you form a music celebrity's name. Apart from the selected letters, the puzzle also provides details regarding the celebrity's biography and a few examples of their most popular songs. Celebrity Word Scramble is intended to interest a wide scope of puzzle lovers with puzzle books on sports, entertainment, history, and literature. From $12 SHOP NOW

New Release: Soul Food by Beth Gibbs


Life-Affirming Stories Served with Side Dishes and Just Desserts 
Congratulations to author Beth Gibbs and to Emerald Lake Books on the release of Soul Food: Life-Affirming Stories Served with Side Dishes and Just Desserts. Read on to learn more about this enlightening and inspiring book. 

Also, don't forget to enter the Beth Gibbs Book Giveaway for a chance to win books signed by Beth and a $25 coffee shop gift card. Winners will be selected on March 4!  

Soul Food: Life-Affirming Stories Served with Side Dishes and Just Desserts

New Release: February 28
From $2.99 (Free via Kindle Unlimited)

In these heartwarming and uplifting tales that celebrate the human spirit, we’re offered a glimpse into the lives of a diverse group of characters as they search for clarity, contentment, and resilience in a complicated world. From dealing with heartbreak and loss to fighting for their dreams and standing up for themselves, we see them face their struggles with humor, self-reflection, and tenacity.

But Soul Food is more than just a collection of inspiring, interconnected stories. It's a celebration of the human experience and the rich tapestry of emotions that make us who we are. Through the diverse range of characters and themes, we are reminded of the many ways in which we can find meaning and fulfillment in our lives, despite the challenges we face.

Like a good Sunday brunch, composed of complementary foods from appetizers to dessert, the stories in Soul Food are colorful, homey, and easily digested. They are sure to nourish your body, mind, and spirit, and leave you feeling satisfied and fulfilled. Don't miss out on this delicious feast for the senses.

This standalone companion to Beth Gibbs’s Enlighten Up! (see below) expands the ideas from Enlighten Up! in fictional and often humorous ways, as stories, laughter, and entertainment are nonthreatening ways to learn new skills. Great for light reading, self-reflection, and book clubs. Discussion questions included!

"Written with heart, thought, and wit that will make you think, laugh, and learn; a delightful read." ~Nancy Slonim Aronie, Writing from the Heart

"A delightful collection of stories, chock full of humor, each one infused with a salient essence of truth." ~Phyllis A. Blackstone, My Storied Life

"Like sharing a delicious meal with old friends." ~Carla Dean, President, Journey Writers, Inc.

Enlighten Up!: Finding Clarity, Contentment and Resilience in a Complicated World

From $3.99
4.8 stars on Amazon

Want to find more clarity, contentment, and resilience in this complicated world we all live in?

Cultivating self-awareness on a practical everyday down-to-earth level is the first step. When we lack self-awareness, it gets in the way of navigating life’s ups and downs.

Enlighten Up! presents a contemporary view of the five layers of self-awareness based on a 3,000-year-old model that provides a broader foundation for self-exploration than the more well-known mind/body model. 

About the Author

Beth Gibbs holds a master’s degree in yoga therapy and mind/body health from Lesley University and is certified as a yoga therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She is a member of the faculty at the Kripalu School of Integrative Yoga Therapy and is guest faculty at The Graduate Institute.

Beth established The Garnett Gibbs Family Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving in memory of her parents. The purpose of the fund is to support yoga and other healthy living programs in the greater Hartford, CT, region for at-risk populations and people of all ages, especially programs for children in public schools and community settings. Her published writing includes newsletter, magazine, and blog articles on the benefits of yoga, mindfulness, and self-awareness. Learn more about Beth and her work at

Interested in having Beth speak to your group or in interviewing her for your following? Contact her via Emerald Lake Books.

About the Publisher

Emerald Lake Books is a boutique publisher that offers a personalized publishing service to its authors. Every book published by Emerald Lake Books is carefully edited with the author’s message and the reader’s enjoyment in mind. Learn more and browse their catalogue at the Emerald Lake Books website

Free online tonight: What's New in Historical Fiction


Free online tonight: What's New in Historical Fiction. Join this regular panel series featuring historical novelists with new and upcoming titles. Tonight's line-up includes Janie Chang, author of The Porcelain Moon; Ciera Horton McElroy, author of Atomic Family; Heinz Insu Fenkl, author of Skull Water; and Dora Levy Mossanen, author of Love and War in the Jewish Quarter. Moderated by History Through Fiction editor Colin Mustful. February 27, 7 p.m. CST.

“History is not the past but a map of the past, drawn from a particular point of view, to be useful to the modern traveller.” ~Henry Glassie

FREE - The Peace at Knife’s Edge by James Pina

Science Fiction and Fantasy

A story with high-stakes adventure fantasy at an unrelenting pace. Having killed an emissary from the Eastern Council in a bout of drunken violence, Torik realizes he has made his last mistake. Awaiting the cruel delights of the torturer’s imagination, he is offered a narrow escape. However, it will be one with dire consequences. He can never return to his life as he knew it before. With his small party, Torik enters a world of danger and conspiracy to face the strange magic and horrors of a reawakened world. FREE - SHOP NOW

Lord, I Don't Want to Die a Christian by Chandrika D. Phea

Literary Fiction and Creative Nonfiction

After living in China as a Christian missionary and hosting a two-year Bible study for seven curious Chinese freshman college students, I returned to the practice of Western religion with a newfound curiosity. Born into a devoutly religious family, the daughter, niece, and grandchild of Christian clergy, degreed in Biblical Studies, and ordained as a reverend of the faith, I now had questions of the religion that raised and readied me. These questions can be summed up as "Christianity or curiosity?" 4.9 stars, 28 ratings. From $6.49 SHOP NOW

Diego the Smelly Dog by A.G. Russo

Children and Young Adult

Ava is a feisty little girl who loves dogs and likes bandaids. One day a large, old dog follows Ava and Gramps home. Ava's mom won't let her have a pet so she can't keep him. But she does name him Diego. He is smelly. They take him to the rescue shelter the next day but Ava and Gramps visit him there every week. Who will give Diego a home? A heartwarming adoption story of unconditional love. 4.8 stars, 20 ratings. From $0.99 SHOP NOW

North Star Kids

Children and Young Adult

North Star Kids is a series of nonfiction books that fuel young readers’ passion for the topics they love the most. Each book includes bite-sized text sections and bold, engaging photos that make these all-encompassing resources a must-have for any young reader. Titles in the series include The Genius Kid's Guide to...Mythical Creatures, Dogs, Cats, Sharks, The Olympics, Pro Baseball, Pro Football, and Pro Basketball. Get 30% off when you order direct from the publisher with coupon code LitNuts30. $14.99 each - SHOP NOW / 

Discover Great Self-Help Books in the Help Yourself Giveaway!


Today marks the launch of the Help Yourself Giveaway, brought to you by the authors and publishers of the great self-help books shown below.

Enrich your life with books about leadership, self-esteem, spirituality, health, marriage, parenting, travel, and more. Then follow the authors and publishers of these helpful books for a chance to win $75 in books!

Optimize Your Immune System by Marie Ruggles
Genre: Immunology, Immune Systems, Nutrition
4.7 stars, 120 ratings
From $3.99

In Optimize Your Immune System: Create Health and Resilience with a Kitchen Pharmacy, you'll learn how to build a kitchen pharmacy of whole foods, superfoods, and nutrients to provide a stable foundation for your health. Marie Ruggles, MS, RD, CN, CDE, draws upon more than forty years of experience within the wellness arena to make specific recommendations for how to fortify and stimulate your body’s natural defenses. Follow this immune-boosting roadmap to a healthier diet, making you less prone to viral infections and more resilient after an illness.

"An insightful and engaging book about wellness." ~Readers Favorite 5-Star Review

"A clear, actionable guide that delivers practical food-as-medicine and lifestyle strategies to bolster your immune defense." ~Kathie Swift, author of The Swift Diet

Bigger Better Braver by Nancy Pickard
Genre: Self-Esteem
4.7 stars, 54 ratings
From $7.99

Bigger Better Braver: Conquer Your Fears, Embrace Your Courage, and Transform Your Life is a proven, step-by-step guide for uncovering and putting into action the vision we each have in our hearts to live the life we are meant to lead. Provided with clarity and enhanced with inspirational client and personal stories, the book is a journey in itself, as Nancy lays out time-tested tools to identify, face, and overcome shadow beliefs from childhood that hold us back, get free of the limits of our comfort zone, come to terms with and cultivate fear as a driving force for change, and discover the courage we already have to take bold steps into the future.

Foreword Reviews Winner. Chanticleer 1st Place and Finalist. International Book Awards Winner and Finalist.

"A warmly written…pep talk for living your 'big' life now." ~Kirkus Reviews

"A self-help companion designed to unearth hope and help it to grow." ~Foreword Reviews

Welcome to the Zipper Club by Bruce Ballister
Genre: Cardiology, Heart Disease
4.5 stars, 32 ratings
From $4.99

Are you or a loved one facing cardiac surgery? There’s nothing more frightening than when your heart isn’t functioning the way it’s supposed to—except possibly when the heart of someone you love is in trouble. It's natural to want information before surgery, but much of what is on medical websites is incomprehensible jargon.

Whether you’re preparing for heart surgery yourself or you’ll be supporting someone else, Welcome to the Zipper Club: Surviving Heart Surgery and Beyond will explain what to expect and how to survive beyond the surgery, including:
  • What to expect as you prepare for your surgery.
  • How it feels to have had your chest cracked open.
  • Why a support team is so important for your recovery.
  • How to transition back home as smoothly as possible.
  • And most importantly, what you need to do to avoid a repeat performance.
"Great support to anyone preparing for heart surgery." ~Ian Day, co-author of Challenging Coaching

The Marriage Experience by Ryan and Jenny Brown
Genre: Christian Counseling, Christian Dating & Relationships
5 Stars

The Marriage Experience: Weekly Conversation Starters to Build the Relationship You Desire is 52 weeks of guided prompts with a short, biblically-based readings each week, designed to help couples have intentional, affirming, strengthening conversations with each other.

Designed to be an easy way to stay connected with each other even in the busiest years of life, The Marriage Experience can be repeated year after year. The prompts and readings will easily apply to each new season of life. Couples will find that their conversations will grow deeper and deeper as the years go by.

"An absolute game-changer!" ~Alisha Illian, author of Chasing Perfect

"A great pathway for couples to communicate and draw closer to one another.” ~Brad and Marilyn Rhoads, founders of Grace Marriage

Inner Compass Mom by Danielle Kloberdanz
Genre: Memoir, Christian Missions & Missionary Work
5 stars, 26 ratings
From $6.99

Part memoir, part prescription for the overwhelmed mom, Inner Compass Mom: Finding Peace and Purpose in the Midst of Motherhood shares Danielle Koberdanz’s transformation from disillusioned mother of four to a happier, purposeful, and joyful woman, free of the feelings of inadequacy that had plagued her.

In her spiritual coming of age, Kloberdanz found encouragement and inspiration in the teachings of spiritual leaders, philosophers, and scientists, and tapped into their insights for her own path to a life-changing transformation. Kloberdanz shares their combined wisdom and her own insights in a readable, relatable, and uplifting guide for any mom to find more peace and happiness while raising a family. 

"A simple guide to reconnect with your inner self to find a sense of true well being.” ~Patty Berry, Registered Dietitian, mother of three

Lord, I Don't Want to Die a Christian by Chandrika D. Phea
Genre: Christian Liberation Theology, Christian Commentaries
4.9 stars, 28 ratings
From $6.49

In Lord, I Don't Want to Die a Christian: My Journal and Journey to Freedom, an ordained minister explores how Christianity hinders her experience of God, Life, and Humanity. 

After living in China as a Christian missionary, hosting a two-year Bible study for seven curious Chinese freshman college students, my sense of curiosity inhaled and later exhaled when returning to the practice of Western religion. Born into a devoutly religious family, the daughter, niece, and grandchild of Christian clergy, degreed in Biblical Studies, ordained as a reverend of the faith, I now have questions of the religion that raised and readied me. The emittance of questions and resolves thereof have done well in surrendering to me a choice: Christianity or curiosity?

"Bold...honest...authentic...a lifeline to church folk who feel stuck in a form of Christianity that's harming them." ~Brian D. McLaren, author of Faith After Doubt

The Mad Ramblings of a Joker by Brandon Dillon
Genre: American Poetry
4.9 Stars, 71 Ratings
From $3.99

Brandon Dillon is an award-winning poet who writes from the soul about his life as a child born into poverty, his travels around the world as a U.S. Marine, love won and love lost, and the trauma that life brings. The Mad Ramblings of a Joker is a brutally honest collection, full of metaphor and vibrant imagery. His work covers topics such as PTSD, depression, and heartbreak, and softer moments of hope and reflective peace. His poetry is deep and unforgettable, a beacon for a dark world that needs a friend to say, “I’ve been there. I understand.”

"Dillon's voice is honest and resonates with others who have experienced trauma, loss or PTSD." ~Andreana Binder, MFA, Faculty, Writespace

"A glimpse into what it looks like to live on the other side of survival." ~Xach Blunt, poet, spoken word artist

Joyous Leadership by John Mark Watson
Genre: Business Mentoring & Coaching
5 stars, 55 ratings
From $6.99

What is joyous leadership and why should it be practiced? In Joyous Leadership: Stories of Learnings Along the Way, Mark Watson makes the case through pivotal personal stories that joyous leadership is not about short-term profit or prestige. It is a long-term endeavor to enrich our lives and strengthen our communities. Joyous Leadership shows that we all have plain or sometimes ugly personal stories that, like a prism examined in the light, transform into something that may surprise ourselves and inspire others.

"A must-read for any aspiring leader." ~Lee C. Banks, Vice Chairman & President, Parker Hannifin Corporation

"A precious gift!" ~Dr. Robert Fisher, President, Belmont University

Return to Chiloé by Diana Delacruz
Genre: Memoir, Christian Missions & Missionary Work
From $2.99

Return to Chiloé: Treasures from the Island charts a life-changing trek from memories of the past to hope for the future. Join author Diana Delacruz on a nostalgic six-day return journey to Chiloé, her former home on a little-known Chilean island shrouded in mist and mystery that shifted her life experience in subtle yet significant ways.

In this travel memoir complemented by meditations on local mythology, Diana chases and checks off adventures on her Chiloé Islands bucket list: sleep in a palafito with an ocean view, eat clambake-in-a-pot, tour heritage architecture, discover hidden hamlets, savor the sunset over the Pacific. Along the way, questions surge to challenge her: Did our work here all those years ago matter? How can I harmonize my love for this land and its people with the desperate need for transformation we all share? Can I reach and touch eternity amid the harsh realities of life here?

Diana uncovers gems of bright sea glass in the darkness of generations steeped in myths and legends. Surprises sweep her up as God’s true story, the only remedy for false narratives, renews her faith. Her prayer—and ours—becomes, "God, let me see what matters. Help me sort treasure from trash, crystals from clamshells."

Last call for LitNuts Deals Giveaway entries: Win $100 in books!


Today is the last day of the February LitNuts Deals Giveaway. Enter by 11:59 p.m. CST today for a chance to win $100 in books!

Also, be sure to enter the Beth Gibbs Giveaway for a chance to win a signed copy of Enlighten Up! or Soul Food, plus a $25 coffee shop gift card. 

"Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy." ~Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh (courtesy of

Enlighten Up! by Beth Gibbs

General Nonfiction

Enlighten Up!: Finding Clarity, Contentment and Resilience in a Complicated World presents a contemporary view of the five layers of self-awareness based on a 3,000-year-old model that provides a broader foundation for self-exploration than the more well-known mind/body model. Learn how to apply this model of self-awareness to your own life through the tips and simple yoga practices shared in this book. "Great book on using self-awareness to build a balanced life." -Amazon Review. 4.8 stars, 19 ratings. From $3.99 SHOP NOW

FREE - The Making of a Matchmaker by Tess Thompson


The four Tutheridge siblings grew up under the savage dictatorship of their wealthy, powerful father. Isolated on a small island in Puget Sound, his three sons and daughter have little hope for finding love. Given their unique personalities and internal demons, romance seems unlikely. But when their mother secretly engages a team of matchmakers, hope blossoms for this lonely, slightly odd clan. Book 1 in The Mystery Matchmaker of Ella Pointe series. 4.6 stars, 16 ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

The Lazarus Men by Christian Warren Freed

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Gerald LaPlant’s life changes forever the day he accidentally witnesses a murder and discovers an alien artifact in his pocket. Forced to flee, he is chased across the stars by desperate men who want what he has and are willing to stop at nothing to get it. Along the way, Gerald meets a host of villains and heroes, each with hidden agendas. If Gerald has any hope of surviving, he must rely on his wits and avoid the one thing that could get him killed more than the rest: trust. Book 1 in The Lazarus Men Agenda series. 4.2 stars, 900+ ratings on Goodreads. From $2.99 SHOP NOW

FREE - Cursed Vampire by Brogan Thomas

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Tru Dennison’s life feels like a sick joke. Barely coping with the loss of her adoptive grandad, the seventeen-year-old can’t believe it when her no-good uncle kicks her to the curb. And now stuck working two hectic jobs to save up for a place, a shifter customer biting her is the last thing the magical hybrid needs. Part of the Creatures of the Otherworld urban fantasy series. 4.6 stars, 800+ ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

Tomorrowville by David T. Isaak

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Toby is a classic Gen-X computer hacker: impulsive, irreverent, intelligent, and inventive. And, after a silly accident in 2008, he can add “inanimate” to the list—because Toby is dead. But only for a while. Eighty years later, medical science has advanced enough to bring Toby back to life. Welcome to 2088. America has changed. Toby hasn’t. And in the collision between 2008 and 2088, Toby brings the system to its knees—just by being his freedom-loving, problem-solving self. 5 stars, 14 ratings. From $0.99 SHOP NOW

FREE - A World To Lose by Frances Ellen

Science Fiction and Fantasy

YA Fantasy: The Asters are the elite magical guard...defenders of humans against the ever-present threat of the seven Dark Kings. One of the Dark Kings is organizing an uprising to take over the continent of North America. Are the Asters right to trust in their combined skills, or will they pay with their lives? A World To Lose is the second adventure in a trilogy featuring the found family of Asters and their unique magic, deep bonds of friendship, and ability to react creatively even under extreme duress. "An utterly enthralling saga of magic and subterfuge, highly recommended" - Midwest Book Review. 4.7 stars, 18 ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

Road Home by Leigh Lincoln

Literary Fiction and Creative Nonfiction

A lost soul. A mysterious companion. The path to recovery begins in unlikely places. Homeless hitchhiker Cindy has nothing but stories and heartache. Though she’s escaped the cruel abuse of her past, fear drives her to wander the open road alone. On the verge of ending it all, she accepts a lift from a stranger in a red sports car that could bring salvation…or a fast ride into madness. Book 1 in the Broken Road series. 4.1 stars, 25 ratings. From $0.99 SHOP NOW

Wild Animals are People Too by Mark Snyder Jr

Children and Young Adult

Wild Animals are People Too is a celebration of the wonderful animals that live in the wild. The book follows the squirrels, the pigeons, and the bears as they go about their lives and do their favorite things. Join the squirrels as they eat their favorite food, the pigeons as they perch high above the city, and the bears as they wade in their clean, sparkling rivers. We must always celebrate the sensitive beings that share our world! From $1.99 SHOP NOW

Spotlight on The Communion of Shadows by Gordon Bonnet


Congratulations to Gordon Bonnet and Motina Books on the release of The Communion of Shadows, a ghost story set in the bayou country of southern Louisiana.

"A set of compelling and atmospheric ghost stories with a real sense of place and time." ~Amazon Review 

The Communion of Shadows by Gordon Bonnet

NEW RELEASE: February 21, 2023
$0.99 Kindle edition (free via Kindle Unlimited)
$15.99 Paperback  

Sometimes the past refuses to die...

It's August of 1850, deep in the bayou country of southern Louisiana. Four good friends are working in the fields harvesting the crops when a sudden thunderstorm drives them all indoors. There's kind, warm-hearted J. P. Ayo; eager, earnest young T-Joe Lirette; wry, hard-bitten Clovis Dantin; and gentle, easy-going Leandre Naquin.

"Hell of a night," Leandre remarks, as they share a drink and wait for the storm to pass. "The kind of night when the ghosts walk."

This seemingly offhand comment is the impetus for each of the four men to share his own ghost story. The tales the men tell—by turns tragic, funny, frightening, and heartbreaking—give them a window into their friends' souls. When one of them confesses that his own personal ghost story isn't over, that he's still trapped in the middle of it, the events that follow will test the depth of their loyalty and friendship in ways that none of them could ever have dreamed.

What is certain is that after that night, none of the four will ever be the same.

About the Author

Since his "Crazy Bird Bends His Beak" won critical acclaim in Mrs. Moore’s 1st-grade class at Central Elementary School in St. Albans, West Virginia, Gordon Bonnet hasn’t stopped writing. He just can’t.

Twenty-two books later and he’s just warming up.

Queer speculative fiction, a wildly popular, often-sarcastic but always educational daily blog Skeptophilia, and a bevy of psychic detectives solving mysteries—Gordon wields his useless knowledge of archaic languages and obscure science facts to cut at the very heart of dumb.

Find him conversing with his dogs in Trumansburg, NY, or on:
His website
Skeptophilia blog

Free online event with bestselling British author Jessie Keane


Free online lit event: Join bestselling author Jessie Keane to celebrate her latest gangland thriller, Never Go Back. Learn about the inspiration behind her many popular novels, including encounters with shady characters in London's East End and Soho. Presented by Cambridgeshire Libraries. Thursday, February 23, 19:00 GMT (1 p.m. CST). 

"The truth, however ugly in itself, is always curious and beautiful to seekers after it." ~Agatha Christie

Blue Midnight by Tess Thompson


When Blythe left Finn thirteen years ago, she chose safety and security over true love. Little did she know how unfulfilled she’d be. Now, after betrayal, Blythe begins anewnear Peregrine, where memories of the only man who ever weakened her knees will lead herand show that sometimes the road not taken is the path that is meant to be. Book 1 in the Blue Mountain Series. 4.5 stars, 6000+ ratings. Free via Kindle Unlimited. From $0.99 SHOP NOW

Second Chance by Michael Roberts

Literary Fiction and Creative Nonfiction

Jack Reacher meets The Patriot in this exhilarating time travel alternate history series! The American Colonists lost the Revolutionary War, but in the 21st Century, a wealthy American entrepreneur and a former police offer find a way to travel back in time to help the colonists defeat the English. Book 1 in the series. If you like American history, time travel, and alternate history fiction, then you’ll love this series. 4.5 stars, 500+ ratings. Free via Kindle Unlimited. From $1.99 SHOP NOW

FREE - Echoes by A.M. Caplan

Mystery Thriller Crime and Horror

She saw him die before her eyes. When he returns to life, he may get her killed. Hannah thinks she’s losing her mind. After hitting and killing a man with her car, his body and blood vanish without a trace. She later learns he’s part of an ancient race of immortals. But so is his deranged sister, and she murders every person who learns his secret. And though Hannah is as tough and resourceful as they come, how can she hope to stop a psychopath who cannot die? Book 1 in the Echoes Trilogy. 4.4 stars, 500+ ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

Flames of a Falling God by Searby Gray

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Ancient gods in Baltimore City? Okay. Animal mutations? Yup. Her son in danger? NO WAY. Rachel Deneuve has protected 11-year-old Adam during his treatment for cancer. She certainly isn't going to let a two-headed moose, a whiny god, or a dragon goddess hurt him now. Rachel will sacrifice everything for her son's safetyeven her own freedom. Free via Kindle Unlimited. From $0.99 SHOP NOW

FREE - Restarting Your Life When You Are No Longer A Wife by Diane Burroughs

General Nonfiction

This is not another book about the shock of being left. It’s a book about getting over it. When she was 50 years old, Diane Burroughs’s husband left her for a younger woman. Diane went through the same sad realizations you always hear about—the anniversaries, the photo albums, the post-divorce blues—but amidst all the tears and anger, she discovered her way to a new life. This funny, inspirational guide will help divorced women over 50 restart their lives and find happiness with or without romance. 4.6 stars, 40 ratings. FREE - SHOP NOW

We Are Alpha Dogs by Doug Bowers

General Nonfiction

On the surface, this is a tale about seven lovable dogs. But embedded in the tale are the principles of communication styles and personality types that affect how teams work together. At its heart, We Are Alpha Dogs: How Seven Dogs Become Business Legends is filled with insights about why some people work well together, some struggle, and some find the way to bring teams together to accomplish incredible missions together. 4.8 stars, 43 ratings. Free via Kindle Unlimited. From $7.27 SHOP NOW