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6 Books To Give To Your Best Friend

We all have a best friend whom we love and cherish. Why not treat them to one of these 6 amazing books. Here are our top recommendations for books to give to your best friend.

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#1 Unlimited Memory by Kevin Horsley

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This is one of the most useful non-fiction books I have read. The information is so invaluable that I want to share with others, especially all my friends, the benefits that I have gained from reading it. You get an insight into how the world's best memory masters concentrate at will, anytime they want. When you can easily focus and concentrate on the task at hand, and store and recall useful information, you can easily double your productivity and eliminate wasted time, stress and mistakes at work. It makes the perfect gift for not only your best friend but everyone in your life.

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Contributor: Sarah Dyck from TCK Publishing 

#2 (Extra)Ordinary Women by Kristin Bartzokis

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A quick, uplifting read that spotlights the unique strength of women at a time when we need to celebrate, encourage and embrace female empowerment. The featured women are seemingly everyday individuals, not celebrities, whose resilience and strength will inspire other women around the world. They have defeated breast cancer, addiction, and homelessness; lived through the Boston Marathon bombing and hundreds of surgeries; traveled from foreign lands to create a better life; and endured brain cancer, abuse, and poverty. (Extra)Ordinary Women reminds us to never give up, never quit, and never underestimate the power of a woman!

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Contributor: Jennifer Scroggins from KiCam Projects  

#3 Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares

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Ann Brashares’ novel-turned-into-a-movie is a great read for girls and women of all ages. It tells a story of four friends whose respective adventures share one thing in common that binds them all- a special pair of jeans which fits everyone perfectly. It’s a great book that shows the power of friends, regardless of where in the world they might be.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

#4 Happy Pretty Messy by Natalie Wise

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Ever felt like you needed a refresher course on how to be happy in life? Happy Pretty Messy which I wrote is a modern-day inspirational guidebook for women of all ages seeking to live with beauty and bravery. As a modern lifestyle philosopher, Natalie Wise brings her trademark poetic prose to finding and cultivating balance, joy, and depth of self in daily life. Filled with wit and fresh insights for the heart and home, you’ll learn how to:Thrive through tragedy Turn off your inner monologue Get “back to brave”. You'll also learn Wise’s secrets to enjoying the “everyday arts”—such as keeping home, keeping in touch, and creating memories. Wise writes, “Sometimes we don’t even realize our hearts are broken. We are fragile creatures, really. A heart has to search to set itself aright just about every moment. That is, unless there is an equilibrium we choose. A balancing point, a weight transfer where things even out and we decide to call life in all of its guts and glory: Enough. What I have is enough. Life is tenuous and precious. I say that with certainty. And I say with even more certainty: that is why I celebrate the every day.”

From cultivating your inner self to creating community and the perfect homemade latte, Happy Pretty Messy inspires a life that flourishes with charm, color, caffeine and, most importantly, courage. Finding value in these things might be the most important thing you do, so grab this book and dig in today.

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Contributor: Natalie Wise 

#5 Nuts To Martha! by Cynthia MacGregor

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That sums up the typical response the author got when she sent out several batches of email inquiries asking, “Are you nuts for Martha Stewart…or does Martha Stewart drive you nuts?” Martha’s books sell…she’s amassed hordes of TV fans…scads of people read her newspaper and magazine columns and articles…obviously there is much interest in the subjects she covers…and yet…and yet…she draws so much negativity. I elicited answers as to why…then set out and wrote a book that answers people’s prime objections to Martha while still giving them info that’s obviously wanted. 

Here’s the result…Nuts to Martha! It taps into both the large amount of interest in better living, better homes, better hostessing, and yet also the negative feelings that prevail among “real people” who don’t have the time, the talent, the funds, or the staff of assistants that Martha has. With MacGregor’s help, these people can now improve their cooking, hostessing, home decorating, and more, and do it realistically.

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Contributor: Cynthia (Cyn) MacGregor 

#6 Affirmations and Inner Reflections by Eliyahu Jian

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A book for people who live their lives in the fast lane and don't have time to read books from beginning to end. Reorient your mind to endless possibility. This book gives you pages of how to behave in a certain time and if you use this book for at least 40 days, not only will you see changes in your life, but you will become much wiser and make better choices. It's also a fun way to absorb wisdom that can guide you on such serious matters like relationships or business without complicated effort. This unique way, where simplicity meets generosity, will help you to create your own freedom.

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Contributor: Rachel Weil from Weil Public Relations

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