What's new at Mill City Press this week? We've got three books making their grand entrances into the world today.
First up is...
Change Your Habits, Change Your Life is the follow-up to Tom Corley’s bestselling book Rich Habits. Thanks to his extensive research of the habits of self-made millionaires, Corley has identified the habits that helped transform ordinary individuals into self-made millionaires. Success no longer has to be a secret passed down among only the elite and the wealthy. No matter where you are in life, Change Your Habits, Change Your Life will meet you there, and guide you to success. In this book, you will learn about:
• Why we have habits
• Habits that create wealth or poverty, or keep you stuck in the middle class
• Habits that increase your IQ
• Habits that reduce disease and increase longevity
• Habits that eliminate depression and increase happiness
• Strategies to help you find your main purpose in life
• Tricks to help you fast track habit change
Tom Corley understands the difference between being rich and poor: at age nine, his family went from being multi-millionaires to broke in just one night.
For five years, Tom observed and documented the daily activities of 233 wealthy people and 128 people living in poverty. He discovered there is an immense difference between the habits of the wealthy and the poor. During his research he identified over 200 daily activities that separated the “haves” from the “have nots.” The culmination of his research can be found in his #1 bestselling book, Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals (www.RichHabits.net).
Tom is a CPA, CFP and holds a master’s degree in Taxation. He is President of Cerefice and Company, CPAs, a premier accounting firm in New Jersey.
Tom has shared his insights on various national media outlets such as CBS Nightly News, USA Today, The Dave Ramsey Show, Yahoo Finance, Success Magazine, Inc. Magazine, Kiplingers, MSN Money, and many others.
Connect with Tom at his website, purchase Change Your Habits, Change Your Life directly from him, or grab a copy on Amazon.
Second up is...
The medicine man He Song offers us a wooden box that contains a baby hand. Do we open it or leave it be?
Chinese culture, history, and dangerous political objection intertwine with memorable characters that seem somehow more than human. Set in a place where the ancient past lingers in memories, objects, and the dust of forgotten temples, levon a serves as both an escape from reality and a wakeup call to face it.
Readers who initially question the experimental format will sing its praises by the end. It works in levon a (a novel, backwards) because it serves to deepen the meaning of the actions. After the enigmatic characters experience the consequences of their choices, the complex reasons and events that occurred previously reveal why they made them.
J.D. Radke was the first American to work for Shanghai’s international airport in Pudong, China. He is a founding member of the Minnesota club of Shanghai and has served as the vice chair of the transportation committee at the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.
Among his many business ventures, Mr. Radke owned a small tattoo shop in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains in Southwest China. The tattoo designs were all made in house by locally famous calligraphers.
While working on levon a he collaborated closely with the Chinese poet Sheng Xue, a prominent figure in China’s democracy movement today. Together they created a flawed heroine who is unforgettable. J.D Radke has dedicated this book to his young son to show him through example that we all can be brave.
Connect with J.D. at his website, purchase levon a directly from him, or grab a copy of on Amazon.
Last, but certainly not least...
What Did You Say? is the book author Monique Hammond wishes she had when she was coping with and trying to understand her own sudden hearing loss. Weaving together her story with a wealth of information—causes of and types of hearing loss, audiology tests, hearing instruments and listening devices, support groups and organizations, resources and checklists, to name a few— Hammond’s wisdom and insight is invaluable, and her story is one that needs to be shared.
This newly revised second edition provides its readers with:
• Noise-induced hearing loss research news
• Expanded Assistive Listening Device (ALD) and Hearing Loop information
• Aural Rehabilitation for hearing aid and implant clients
• News on implantable hearing devices (including cochlear, bone-conduction and others)
• Over 50 new diagrams, pictures, charts and graphs
What Did You Say? provides readers with the information to understand their conditions, be involved with their care, persevere, and become their own patient advocates.
Monique Hammond was born and raised in Luxembourg, Europe.
She graduated from the University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, with high distinction. She is a registered pharmacist and has worked in health care in Europe, the United States, and Australia.
Monique is a powerful public speaker and a staunch advocate for those with hearing loss. Besides her work with community and support groups, she is an industrial consultant on work-related hearing issues. Her mission is “to keep people hearing better, longer.”
Visit her at www.moniquehammond.com
Connect with Monique at her website or purchase What Did You Say directly from her.
Happy book birthdays, authors!
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