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Sumit Singh (SumitSingh) | 2 comments Please post your book link and description.


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Sumit Singh (SumitSingh) | 2 comments Free from 29th to 31st July
A Transcendental Yogi Life: With Eternal Stories On amazon

About the book :
A Transcendental Yogi Life, With Eternal Stories, delves deep into the life of Yogi’s who lived amongst us and left an impact that would ripple throughout years to come. Through this book we would experience if the Transcendental life of these Yogi’s can answer the questions of life that plague us all?.
Its a simple book about simple people with extra-ordinary lives that would add some value to your life.



Link :
US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01I93AGIA#...
UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01I93AGIA
Ind: https://www.amazon.in/dp/B01I93AGIA

Thank you.


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IS TURNING FIFTY REALLY SO BAD?

The author of this book – a fifty-five-year-old, pet-loving, independent lady from Dorset – offers a warts-and-all personal account of how her perception of the world has radically changed since entering her fifth decade.

Her insights and anecdotes are refreshingly different, shared with honesty, relish and lashings of humour, so much so that you’ll be hooked from the get-go. Having led a colourful life, she has wealth of experiences to offer and her wonderful conversational style cajoles you into thinking you’re chatting with a friend over coffee and cake.

She tackles general topics, such as death, money, politics and religion, and delves deep into her own experiences of the chaos caused by the menopause, the ageing process, and the challenges and mind-boggling world of technology. The advantages of turning fifty – and there are plenty to be had – are shared with her warm and light-hearted charisma, and will undoubtedly offer you much food for thought.

If you’re over forty and female, you will find laughter, empathy, comfort and so much more in the author’s quirky observations, regardless of your background.


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IS TURNING FIFTY REALLY SO BAD? The author of this book – a fifty-five-year-old, pet-loving, independent lady from Dorset – offers a warts-and-all personal account of how her perception of the world has radically changed since entering her fifth decade. Her insights and anecdotes are refreshingly different, shared with honesty, relish and lashings of humour, so much so that you’ll be hooked from the get-go. Having led a colourful life, she has wealth of experiences to offer and her wonderful conversational style cajoles you into thinking you’re chatting with a friend over coffee and cake. She tackles general topics, such as death, money, politics and religion, and delves deep into her own experiences of the chaos caused by the menopause, the ageing process, and the challenges and mind-boggling world of technology. The advantages of turning fifty – and there are plenty to be had – are shared with her warm and light-hearted charisma, and will undoubtedly offer you much food for thought. If you’re over forty and female, you will find laughter, empathy, comfort and so much more in the author’s quirky observations, regardless of your background. Take a look through the contents page now, using the ‘Look Inside’ feature and be prepared for those sparks of intrigue to start flying and a smile to quickly appear.


message 5: by Daniel (last edited Mar 26, 2020 09:26PM) (new)

Daniel Williams (danwilliamsbooks) | 2 comments Anxiety in a Time of Coronavirus: A Way to Be Calm

Fear and anxiety went viral faster than the Novel Coronavirus and I think now more than ever, people need help to be calm. I worked for years helping people manage their mental health and not least stress, fear and anxiety.

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I published this via Amazon KDP some weeks ago. They listed it and it started to sell. Friends and acquaintances found it at least interesting and often genuinely helpful in understanding and managing their anxiety. It was beginning to sell copies then Amazon de-listed it without giving me a specific reason why! After several attempts to get them to explain, and only auto-replies in response, I suddenly received an email this morning to say it had been re-instated and so must remove my free download to avoid breach of my contract with them.

Here is the Amazon link for Amazon UK.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anxiety-time...

I hope my book is useful and feel free to send on the link to anyone you think might benefit!


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