Welcome to Issue 10 of the SUPERIOR BOOK PROMOTIONS newsletter!
Happy Holidays everyone! Give the gift of reading this Christmas, to your children, spouse, siblings, parents, and friends. Reading is the number one key to improving thinking, reasoning, and communication skills. In the battle against illiteracy, you can do your part simply by encouraging someone to read. I recently came across a great article about the benefits of reading that you have to read for yourself called "The 26 Major Advantages to Reading More Books and Why 3 in 4 People Are Being Shut Out of Success." Be sure to read it, then visit your local bookstore for holiday gifts.
A wonderful holiday season to everyone!
Tyler R. Tichelaar
Tyler R. Tichelaar, Ph.D., President of Superior Book Productions and award-winning author of The Marquette Trilogy, Narrow Lives, and The Only Thing That Lasts.
"Confessions of a Trauma Junkie" is the true life, often traumatic, but even more often hilarious story of Sherry Jones Mayo, who has worked as an ER nurse, paramedic and EMT. While most books about the medical profession are written for the patients, this book gives us a real-life look at what healthcare professionals deal with everyday. Far beyond another "ER" or "Mercy" TV show about medical heroics, this true story will make any nurse feel, "At last, someone who understands" in terms of the daily emotional toil and frustrations faced, as well as the rewards. Best of all, this book is a great source of stress relief—the humor in the book is priceless and makes the work of these caring professionals all the more admirable.
Mayo has written a book perfect as a stocking stuffer for the healthcare worker in your family.
To read more, visit Confessions of a Trauma Junkie.
Throughout her life, Debi Waldeck has suffered with health issues and an auto-immune disorder, but when her children also became sick, she said, "Enough is enough." Determined to get to the bottom of the growing health epidemic, her years of research and questioning of the medical establishment resulted in not one but three books—the entire "In the beginning...there was wellness" series. In this first book, "Saving 'Generation Next'," Waldeck discusses how that journey began, the illnesses of her children, the effects of processed food on our children, the immunities passed on through breast-feeding, and a host of other information that every parent needs to know to raise healthy children. A true must-read! (Stay tuned for reviews in future newsletters of the rest of the volumes in this ground-breaking series).
To read more, visit Saving 'Generation Next'.
“Achieving Your Promises” is book that can change your life if you take its advice to heart. There are hundreds of self-help and inspirational books out there, but what sets “Achieving Your Promises” apart from the others is the premise expressed in the title. We have all been told to set goals, but we rarely follow through on them. Timothy Patton tells us instead to make promises to ourselves. He reminds us that we wouldn’t break a promise to someone else, so if we make promises to ourselves and remind ourselves everyday of those promises, we will achieve what we desire. I've tried it and it works!
To read more, visit Achieving Your Promises
What better to buy your kids at Christmas than books? And few are more fun, entertaining, colorful, or musical than this exciting story of the talented millipede, Lilly P. Badilly who journeys from her home in the Miami airport with her grandparents to Costa Rica on the adventure of a lifetime. With an accompanying CD, your child will be singing Lilly's songs and be dazzled by the colors while wanting to learn more about Costa Rica.
What are you waiting for? To hear Lilly sing, visit The Travel Adventures of Lilly P. Badilly.