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Written by a 16 year old high school Junior, who has struggled with ADHD/ADD and other issues throughout his life, Caleb Sessions has been compared to a modern day "Dear Abby" offering his honest, unique, creative and out-of-the-box insight on helping parents and teens bridge their communication gap, shedding the light on what it's like being a teen in the 21st century today and hoping to create a world full of Well-Rounded Teens. After losing his Dad at 12 years old, being raised by a single mom, undergoing heart surgery and always on creating ways to overcome his unique challenges, he is now the Author of "7 Days to Understanding Your Teen", Founder of CalebsWord.com (a Teenage Modern Day "Dear Abby" advice site bridging the communication gap between parents and teens), President of his company called The Well Rounded Teen and even now, a speaker throughout his community at just 16 years old. This young man has experienced quite a few challenges and obstacles and has been able to overcome them by learning how to keep his head on straight, identifying his values and gifts and taking action to reach his goals. Caleb has experienced quite a few transition points in his life many teens seem to hit and become derailed or unraveled. His advice site and this book offer advice on communicating and working through issues such as:* Being Raised By a Single Parent who worked full time* Going through parents who divorced* Having a parent die and dealing with that grief plus the loss of others very near and dear to him* Moving to different states, different homes, new schools and learning how to "start over"* Being hospitalized and having heart surgery* Learning how to make new friends and fit in * Weight issues and developing a Healthy and Fit Lifestyle* Dating and relationships* Coping with ADHD/ADD and other Learning Issues* Dealing with a parent who has ADHD * Dealing with Step Parents* Peer pressure, drugs/alcohol* Struggling with grades and getting into college* And Much more...This book will give provide answers to those pressing questions parents have such as:* Why do teens think they know everything and how can I approach my teenager and ask questions where they won't get so defensive? * Why does my teenager not seem to care or understand that good grades are important?* How can I create a win-win compromise with my teen when trying to solve a problem? * Why does my teenager argue with everything I say?* What really goes on today with the average teenager on Friday/Saturday night? * Why did my teenager start lying to me when they became a teenager? * How can I get my teenager to smile or even talk to me?* What are some things that I can do to help boost my teenager's self-confidence or find out what motivates them?* What are some things that I can do to help my teenager find out what their real interests, talents and strengths are?* How can I be a cool parent/friend to my teen without losing my position of au
Evolved Publishing presents the first in a 5-part series, "Farsighted," by award-winning author Emlyn Chand. YA / ROMANCE / PARANORMAL / FANTASY Alex Kosmitoras's life has never been easy. The only other student who will talk to him is the school bully, his parents are dead broke and insanely overprotective, and... oh yeah, he's blind. Just when he thinks he'll never have a shot at a normal life, an enticing new girl comes to their small Midwest town all the way from India. Simmi is smart, nice, and actually wants to be friends with Alex. Plus she smells like an Almond Joy bar. Sophomore year might not be so bad after all. Alex is in store for another new arrival-an unexpected and often embarrassing ability to "see" the future. Try as he may, he is unable to ignore his visions, especially when they suggest Simmi is in mortal danger. With the help of the mysterious psychic next door and friends who come bearing gifts of their own, Alex embarks on his journey to change the future. Praise for "Farsighted" *Winner, Writer's Digest Self-Published Novel Awards, Young Adult Category, 2012 *Best Multicultural Fiction, Next Generation Indie Book Awards, 2012 *Finalist, Eric Hoffer Award, 2012 *BookBundlz Book Club Pick, 2012 *Overall Winner, Best Young Adult Fiction, Best Debut Author, Dragonfly eBook Awards, 2011 *Bronze Medalist, Paranormal Fiction, Readers Favorite, 2012 *Finalist, Speculative Fiction, Global eBook Awards, 2011 *Winner of the Alternative Booker Award, 2011 *Winner of the WritersType First Chapter Competition, September 2011 "Open Heart," the second book in the "Farsighted" series, is now available for purchase
WITH EMPATHY, GRACE, HUMOR, AND PIERCING INSIGHT, THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF GODS IN ALABAMA PENS A POWERFUL, EMOTIONALLY RESONANT NOVEL OF THE SOUTH THAT CONFRONTS THE TRUTH ABOUT FAMILY, RACE, AND THE DISTINCTIONS BETWEEN PERCEPTION AND REALITY-THE STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES ABOUT OUR ORIGINS AND WHO WE REALLY ARE Superheroes have always been Leia Birch Briggs's weakness. One tequila-soaked night at a comic-book convention, the usually level-headed graphic novel artist is swept off her barstool by a handsome and anonymous Batman. She remembers he was tall, black, and an excellent French kisser-but not much else. It turns out the Caped Crusader has left her with more than just a fond, fuzzy memory. That pink plus sign on the stick isn't wrong: she's having a baby-an unexpected but not unhappy development. She always wanted to fall in love and have a child, but as a young woman, she learned exactly what betrayal felt like. Now she's thirty-eight and dead single, having walked-no, run-away from every man she might have married, trying to avoid more loss, more regrets. Before Leia can break the news of her impending single-motherhood (including the fact that her baby is biracial) to her conventional lily-white Southern family, her perfect stepsister Rachel's marriage implodes. Leia wants to help, but Rachel is married to the very man who broke her heart all those years ago. Worse, she learns her beloved ninety-year-old grandmother, Birchie, has been hiding her rapidly progressing dementia with the help of her lifelong best friend, Wattie. Birchie is Leia's only living paternal relative, a proper yet fierce woman who has long lived by her own rules in Birchville, Alabama, the small town her family founded generations back. Now this grande dame has started a row at the church fish fry that has set every tongue wagging, pitted neighbor against neighbor, and made it plain to Leia that her grandmother needs some serious looking after. Heading seven hundred miles south, Leia plans to put Birchie's affairs in order, clean out the big Victorian that has been in the Birch family for generations, and break the news of her blessed event. Yet just when Leia thinks she's got it all under control, she learns that illness is not the only thing Birchie's been hiding. Tucked away in a trunk in the attic is a dangerous secret with roots that reach all the way back to the Civil War. Its exposure threatens the family's freedom and future, and will change everything about how Leia sees herself and her sister, her unborn son and the possibilities of his absent father, and the warm and friendly-yet deeply flawed and contradictory-world she thinks she knows. Enchanting, wry, honest, and hopeful, The Almost Sisters compels us to explore our own origins and the stories we tell ourselves.