The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns makes BookAuthority's "Best Forensic Psychology ebooks of all Time"
The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns has been chosen by BookAuthority as Best Forensic Psychology Ebooks of all Time!
BookAuthority collects and ranks the best books in the world, and it is a great honor to get this kind of recognition. In the past, BookAuthority has chosen The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns for Best New Forensic Psychology Books for 2022, and Best New Criminology Books for both 2020 and 2021.
Practical Mindfulness Wins Gold Award for Foreword Indie Book Awards
Practical Mindfulness by Dr. Greg Sazima has won Gold in the Mind, Body & Spirit category for the Foreword Indie Book Awards!
Congratulations to Dr. Greg Sazima and the entire Mango team that made Practical Mindfulness such a wonderful success.
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Brand New Video From Gittemarie Johansen
Gittemarie Johansen, author of the upcoming Sustainable Badass, has uploaded a new video on how to avoid microplastic and how microplastic affects out lives.
Watch this informational video here:
New Blog Post From Brenda Knight
Brenda Knight, Mango publisher and author of Random Acts of Kindness, has written a new blog post on the importance of praising people when you see them doing something right.
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Polly Campbell Publishesd on Psychology Today.com
Polly Campbell, author of You, Recharged, has written a new blog post on how to reboot your brain and her post has been picked up by Psychology Today.
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#GoalChatLive Recap with Debra Eckerling — Turning Ideas into Action
Debra Eckerling, author of Your Goal Guide, has posted the recap of her most recent #GoalChatLive conversation. Deb spoke with Chris Cherian, Melody Johnson, and Orly Zeewy on the topic of "Turning Ideas into Action".
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Eric Maisel Releases New Blog Post for The Good Men Project
Eric Maisel, co-author of The Great Book of Journaling, has posted a new blog post for his organization, The Good Men Project, on why we resist journaling.
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New Articles From Lisa L. Lewis
Lisa L. Lewis, author of The Sleep-Deprived Teen, has written two new articles: one has been featured on Thrive global and the other has been featured in the Northwestern Alumni Magazine.
Read Lisa's Thrive global article here:
Read Lisa's article in the Northwestern Alumni Magazine here: