Do new health programs excite you one minute but then it’s head-first in the ice cream carton the next? No one talks about how to stop aggravating see-saw behaviors, do they? Well, they do now! @SueInge #selfhelp #nonfiction #nonfic

Get Back into WHACK by Susan Ingebretson THIS BOOK WILL CHANGE HOW YOU THINK Are you crazy-pants excited about a new health program one minute, and then mindlessly slurping straight from the ice cream carton the next? No one talks … Continue reading

New Year resolution? Start here! #motivation by @ShapeShift_Club

Hack Your Habits 9 Steps To Finally Break Bad Habits and Start Thriving by Joanna Jast Tired of fluffy books on improving your habits? Sick of ‘motivate yourself’ advice? Short on self-control and willpower? Then Hack Your Habits is the book … Continue reading

A British read that sums up the entire chick lit genre: fun, relationships and ‘finding yourself’.

Sssh, don’t tell everyone, but it’s half price for one week only


Sorry, folks, but it’s back to normal price now.

A Proper Charlie

Charlie Wallis is ditzy but her heart is the right place, it’s just a shame her brain isn’t.
Without a family, she was brought up in a children’s home and subsequently craves to fall in love and be loved herself. She is heart-broken when her boyfriend dumps her, but then feels attracted to her boss, Ben. And it’s mutual! Problem is he’s wanted for murder.
Is her life destined to meet bad men? Or is Ben as innocent as he claims?
A true British book – A Proper Charlie will take you around the streets of London on Charlie’s journey to contentment, and it’s where she least expects to find it!

99c / 77p for one week only!

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