This week we wanted to highlight 5 new books that have come out this month including Royal and Finding Freedom!
The story tells the fascinating tale of princess Charlotte who is sent away to live with a noble family in Yorkshire during World War II in 1943. In Yorkshire, the fierce hearted Charlotte is protected by her Guardian alias who are the keepers of her true identity. Soon over the Summer Charlotte falls in love with her protector’s son. Tragedy strikes as the war leave her parents dead. Charlotte is not aware of her heritage until some hidden letters come to light and a princess in reborn.
Former prosecutor and congressman Trey Gowdy brings in a guide in the form of a book. He brings in his own experiences from the courtroom and the congress hall to explain how one can effectively communicate and persuade people. He walks the reader through the remarkable moments in his life. From his first murder trial to his experience in questioning the secretary of Hillary Clinton Gowdy shows that it doesn’t Hurt to Ask shows you how to persuade, no matter the jury and no matter the cause.
We are taken through the remarkable journey of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. We see how they met and fell in love. The story also reveals why the couple chooses to pursue a different independent path away from their royal titles. Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand are the members of the selected group of reporters who have witnessed the young couple’s life in close proximity.
Allie Beth Stuckey brings us ways to learn to self-love despite our shortcomings. When we are faced with disappointment, we often end up doubting ourselves. We turn to religion, music, and mantras in the hope of gaining positivity and cure our depression. What we truly need to do is accept that we are not perfect and that no one is. Beth shows us how to combat toxic and exhausting myths that exist in our culture.
The books depict the scientifically-proven practical plan to help Alzheimer patients achieve complete brain health. World-renowned neurology expert Dale Bredesen lays down a step-by-step method to stop Alzheimer’s in its track. The book is full of inspiring stories from the accounts of Bredesen’s patients.