June LDS nonfiction releases include titles for youth, young adults, everyone

June Radiat releases

Our LDS nonfiction titles this month include titles geared for youth, young adults, and everyone. Each of these books will be available in bookstores and from online retailers on June 9, 2015, and are also available for pre-order from the links provided below.

Could-it-Really-be-This-Easy-_9781462116379“Could It Really Be This Easy? The Eternal Equation of Success for Teens”
by Ted J. Peck

Amazon | Books & Things

It’s easier than you think. Whether you’re trying to figure out which school to attend, who to date, or how to repent after making a mistake, following God’s plan for you isn’t that complicated. Fun to read and easy to understand, this book is perfect for teens, young adults, and anyone looking for direction from our loving Father in Heaven.


 

“Witnesses of Christ: Prophets and Apostles of Our Dispensation”Witnesses-of-Christ_9781462115501
by Jerry H. Houck

Amazon | Books & Things

Discover the men beneath the mantle. This comprehensive book features biographical portraits of all 82 modern-day Apostles. With little-known stories and all the facts, you can get to know these devoted men as you never have before. Perfect as a reference for seminary, Sunday School, family home evening, and personal scripture study, this book brings Church history to life.


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“#Eternity: An LDS Guide to Dating and Marriage for Young Adults”
by Terry R. Baker, PhD

Amazon | Books & Things

Trying to find true love in a troubled world? With ten sacred principles as essential guides to dating and relationships, you will become truly able and eligible to wisely seek out and nurture lasting love. Perfect for teens, young adults, and newlyweds, this book will teach you to find and keep perfect love for eternity!

Blog tour: ‘A Thankful Heart’

David A. Christensen and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “A Thankful Heart: 31 Teachings to Recognize Blessings in Your Life” blog tour, which will run from September 14-27, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Enjoy a happier, healthier life—starting with an attitude of gratitude! Research and revelation have both declared that staying thankful results in a host of benefits and blessings. You will be grateful for this book which contains a full month of ideas, quotes, and scriptures to get you feeling more grateful and help you see the Lord’s hand in your life.

A Thankful Heart blog tour

About the author:

David A. Christensen has taught missionary preparation and Book of Mormon classes for over thirty years. His testimony and enthusiasm for the restored gospel was shared with missionaries and members in the Chile Santiago North Mission where he served as president, and again in Central America when he was president of the Guatemala Missionary Training Center. He counts his children and grandchildren as his most important converts, and his best friend and wife, Deena Bond Christensen, his eternal companion.

“A Thankful Heart” blog tour schedule:

September 14: Reidhead Random-ness
September 15: Reeves Raves
September 16: Brooklyn Berry Designs
September 17: I Love to Read and Review Books
September 18: Mel’s Shelves
September 19: Kelly’s Lucky You
September 20: Words Are Timeless
September 21: Alec Marie
September 22: Bossy Jocie
September 23: JoAnn Arnold
September 24: The Power of One Girl
September 25: I Am a Reader
September 26: Bookworm Lisa • My Book Addiction and More!
September 27: Wishful Endings • The Morell Tale

Blog tour: ‘Finding Peace When a Child Chooses Another Path’

Blog tour: ‘Finding Peace When a Child Chooses Another Path’

Robin Zenger Baker and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “Finding Peace When a Child Chooses Another Path” blog tour, which will run from September 10-23, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

What can you do when family members turn away from your cherished faith? How can you move from such powerful disappointment to a place of  peace? This book takes a thoughtful look at how you can face your new reality, hold on to hope, and stay connected with children who exercise agency in ways you would not choose for them. Uplifting and encouraging, this book is perfect for helping parents and grandparents alike to find the seemingly elusive peace they seek.

Finding Peace blog tour

About the author:

Robin Zenger Baker has a psychology degree from Stanford University, an Organizational Behavior Master’s degree from BYU, and a PhD in Organizational Strategy from UCLA. She is currently studying Family Therapy and Counseling at UMass Boston. She has written for the Ensign magazine, and has edited and co-authored multiple publications in the field of organizational behavior. She is a past president of the BYU Alumni Association Boston chapter, and currently works to raise funds for local inner city youth to attend church schools.

“Finding Peace” blog tour schedule:

September 10: Reeves Raves
September 11: Inklings & Notions
September 12:
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September 18: Katie’s Clean Book Collection
September 19:
September 20: Wishful Endings
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September 23: Reidhead Random-ness

Blog tour: ‘When Beauty Is a Beast’

Blog tour: ‘When Beauty Is a Beast’

C.C. Sorenson and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “When Beauty Is a Beast: Avoiding 10 Things Women Do that Harm Their Relationships” blog tour, which will run from September 7-20, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

We have no qualms laying out men’s sins—especially abusive behavior. But we’ve avoided “going there” when it comes to women. This book offers advice to heal marriages and families where women display controlling behavior or create fear. It will help turn crumbling relationships into partnerships of love and trust.

Beauty Beast blog tour

 

About the author:

C.C. Sorensen is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and has served in many positions on both the ward and stake level. “When Beauty Is a Beast” grew out of Sorensen’s many years of counseling husbands and wives who were struggling with various relationship issues.

“When Beauty Is a Beast” blog tour schedule:

September 7: Reeves Raves
September 8: Inklings & Notions
September 9:
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September 13: Wishful Endings
September 14: Reidhead Random-ness
September 15: The Morrell Tale
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September 18: Brooklyn Jolley
September 19: Making Life a Bliss Complete
September 20:

Blog tour: ‘The Caregiver’s Journey’

Todd F. Cope and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “The Caregiver’s Journey” blog tour, which will run from August 3-15, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Find peace, and even joy, in the journey to a loved one’s final days. This reassuring book will help you cope with all of the decisions, challenges, and emotions that come with a terminal diagnosis or old age. Learn how to bring your family together, how to minimize and alleviate pain, and how to care for yourself so you can provide better care for those you love.

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About the author:

Todd F. Cope has been a registered nurse for more than twenty years, and while he has worked in a variety of settings, the majority of his career has involved caring for the elderly. He often speaks to nursing students and faculty on a variety of eldercare subjects, and his professional qualifications include four years of service as Director of Medicare Home Health, and as a supervisor of nursing at Courtyard at Jamestown, Utah’s largest assisted living facility. His experience also includes end-of-life care for both of his own parents. In his spare time, he enjoys running, gardening and spending time with his family.

Cope is the author of four published novels, including The Shift, a work that inspired the CBS television movie The Last Dance, starring Maureen O’Hara.

“The Caregiver’s Journey” blog tour schedule:

August 3:
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August 5: Robyn Echols Books
August 6: End of Life Stories
August 7:
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August 9: The Hand that Rocks the Cradle
August 10:
August 11: BYU Nursing
August 12: storyweaver 
August 13:
August 14: The Phantom Paragrapher
August 15: Taffy’s Writings