5 Books to Add to Your TBR Stack in April

From memoirs to money matters, we have great titles to add to your “To Be Read” stack this month!

1. RETURN TO THE RIVER BY DAVE PELZER

#1 international best-selling author of A Child Called It, speaker, and humanitarian Dave Pelzer welcomes readers into the next chapter of his life in Return to the River (HCI Books). He examines why, after spending decades saving others in the military, as a fire captain, and an internationally acclaimed advocate, he is confronted with the need to save himself.

Read more about author Dave Pelzer. Order Return to the River via Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

2. TEXAS ROSE HAPPILY EVER-AFTER BY KATIE GRAYKOWSKI

Texas Rose Happily Ever-After is the 5th book in the Texas Rose Ranch series (but easily reads as a standalone romantic comedy) and is built around San Antonio “T-Bone” Rose, the handsome farmer who unexpectedly meets a gorgeous princess-in-disguise on a mission to find her mysterious grandfather. What they find changes their lives forever.

Read more about author Katie Graykowski. Pre-Order Texas Rose Happily Ever-After on Amazon.

3. TAKING STOCK BY PETER J. DE SILVA

Taking Stock is an invitation to take time to reflect on those key decisions and experiences that got you to this point in your life and your career, and where you might be headed. Taking the time to take stock of your life’s purpose, career, and relationships is a highly worthwhile endeavor. The author, Peter de Silva, was a C-suite financial services executive when his career was sidelined by two back-to-back corporate acquisitions. Peter was forced to go on an unexpected personal journey of further growth and development.

Read more about author Peter J. de Silva. Order Taking Stock on Amazon.

4. MONEY ISN’T EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING IS MONEY BY TOM SHEPARD

A personalized approach and Evolutionary Method for Valuing, Trading and Managing Time, Energy, Relationships, and Money.

Money Isn’t Everything, Everything is Money leads readers through understanding currencies, multiple facets of finance, including financial natures and levels, how finances evolve, and how to apply these principles to both individuals and organizations. This book is different from conventional books on finance, which often take the approach that there is one way to achieve success: “Deny thyself. Be disciplined. Make sacrifices now and all will be fine in the future.”

Read more about author Tom Shepard. Available for order soon on Amazon.

5. I’M JUST SAYING BY MILAN KORDESTANI

The lack of civil discourse and constructive conversations motivated the 24-year-old three-time business founder Milan Kordestani to create TheDoe.com – an anonymous digital publication promoting open-minded discussions and restoring civil discourse. It also led him to write I’m Just Saying: A Guide to Maintaining Civil Discourse in an Increasingly Divided World.

Read more about author Milan Kordestani. Pre-Order I’m Just Saying via Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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