Marci Simon, a civilian with classified intelligence, is on the run. Despite imminent danger, Marci embarks on an unstoppable quest to unearth deadly secrets the government will kill to bury. ~Featured on Audible ACX University

Among Us
Bestselling Author Kristina Rienzi

Series: Communication Skills 101

Communications Crash Course
11 Strategic Conversation Frameworks for Everyday Scenarios to Enhance Your Conversations and Confidence

Book 1 of the bestselling Maggie Newberry Mysteries!

Murder in the South of France
3.7 stars on 1,636 reviews

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Book One in the exciting new St. Clair series has arrived!

Devoted to the Duke
Best Selling Author Alexa Aston

Small Town Romance. Whatever tomorrow brings for Dane and Gracelyn, their only choice is acceptance—to take one day at a time and face life as it comes.

Of the Cowboy's Own Accord
4.4 stars on 28 reviews

The three young children of Adelard de Blays—two sons and a daughter—are separated when their father commits treason against the King of England. Follow each of their stories in The King’s Cousins, a new trilogy by Alexa Aston.

The Bastard
4.9 stars on 31 reviews

Read Book 2 in the bestselling The Unconventional Ladies series!

Lady of Fortune
Best Selling Author Ellie St. Clair

An Possessive Dominant Alpha Male Romance Novel. I’m being hunted by a billionaire A mad man that will stop at nothing to take from the one thing I hold dear to me, my most prized possession.

His Captive Virgin
4.7 stars on 57 reviews

New Book Releases for April

We are highlighting two exciting New Book Releases for April 2019 from our New Book Releases List (click to see all the new releases). If you are looking for something new to read this is a great place to start.

Very Long(ing)

Poetry. Prose. Self Help.

It’s been a long time coming and there’s much to be said. In those painstaking moments of solitude you realized that as the world was changing around you, something was happening within. You’ve grown. Those silent lessons taught you what it was to be human, to empathize, to feel, to let go and to finally breathe. And so here you are speaking of the pain and using your voice to wrap comfort around the next person so that they may feel a little more safe at night.

Very Long(ing) is for those that feel overlooked. It’s the calling of our hearts. And it’s about time they hear what we have to say.

How to Find a Piano Teacher

Education, Arts and Humanities, Music, Pedagogy

“Her teacher says she’s very talented but that she doesn’t practice enough.” There’s no such thing as talent, get used to it. And no point blaming yourself or your child for not practicing. The right piano teacher knows how to work with the child’s natural interest in music, develop it, and build on it. But how do you find the right piano teacher? This short practical guide shows you what qualities to look for in a piano teacher, and how to assess them. It is based on a parent’s careful observation, over many years, of a teacher who has accomplished remarkable results with students of every stripe: both those headed for a life in music and those on the way to a lifetime of enjoyment of music. It synthesizes the author’s experiences in meeting with countless students and teachers of various instruments, spending many hours talking to parents, attending dozens of student concerts, and sitting through hundreds of lessons and master classes as his child went through twelve years of Conservatory, before going on to the Royal Academy of Music in London on a full scholarship.

The insights gained from the book apply equally to the teaching of other instruments as well. Although each instrument presents its own characteristic technical issues, they all have music in common, and similar problems and dilemmas arise when they are taught: how much to practice and how; balancing technique with musical understanding; surviving student concerts; early exposure of high-performing children; separating from a teacher after many years. Although the book is intended as a guide for parents, piano teachers can also gain from it by comparing their own practices with those that elicited the admiration of a highly concerned parent.

The Web is awash with sites, blogs, and landing pages that give advice on finding a piano teacher. Typically, they say something like… “Before starting to look for a piano teacher, decide what you expect music lessons to accomplish for your child.” Or maybe “Learning to play an instrument will provide your child a lifetime of delightful challenges.” And again, “The best way to find a piano teacher is by word of mouth, although the Internet can also…” Then, “Make a list of potential teachers… seek recommendations from friends…” The book in front of you says nothing of the sort. Instead, it speaks about the qualities piano teachers must possess to nurture the child’s natural fascination with music and to instill quickly those qualities that children need for genuine, satisfying, and vibrant music making.

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