Sunday, April 7, 2013

More From Nancy Wilson - the Writer, Not the Singer: Books by Nancy Wilson

 Author Nancy N. Wilson is more than just a cookbook author. Check out her other works, including those written under the name, Susan Summer.





The following titles are available for your Kindle:


DETOX – The Master Cleanse Diet        (Author: Nancy N. Wilson)


Description:

If you want a strong, healthy body that works on the highest level of efficiency, this book is for you!

Alternative health practitioners have been saying for years that toxins are continuously entering our bodies – from pesticides, processed foods, polluted air and impure water, etc.

We have little or no control over exposure to some of the toxins, such as pesticides and polluted air; but, for the average person sugary and salty foods, trans-fats, and caffeine (plus others) are actively chosen as part of the daily diet.

If toxins are not cleaned out property, the body may hold onto them in the digestive track (especially the colon), the lymph nodes, the gastrointestinal system, plus the skin and hair cells.

Excessive accumulated toxic waste in the body can create fatigue, headaches, unhealthy weight gain, low energy, stomach aches and nausea, plus it can cause a number of chronic diseases.  The liver and kidneys are forced to work overtime to eliminate the waste, but they can only do so much.  They need help, which is the purpose of a detoxification process and the reason for this book. 

Buy it today and DETOXIFY your body for better health!

 

NOTE:  This book has a giveaway running through the month of April at www.Goodreads.com.  Sign up for a chance to win a paperback copy of the book.

 

  Attitude Adjustment – Make Your Whole Outlook Brand New   

(Author:  Nancy N. Wilson)


Description:

Is your attitude serving you or hurting you?  Is it one of constant doom and gloom, or one of happiness and joy?

If it is the latter, terrific - keep doing what you are doing! If it is the gloom and doom, negative attitude that pushes people away, the book gives you some options of things you can do to change.

Your attitude creates an aura that is positive or negative and becomes the magnet that draws people to you or pushes them away. What you project through your attitude is, in large part, the catalyst for the kinds of attitudes that you receive from others.

If your life is not what you want it to be in one or all aspects, the problem may be closely related to your attitude. You have a choice.  The can stay with Popeye’s mantra, “I yam what I yam!”  Or you take steps to change your attitude and change your life. It all begins with an honest look at your approach to life and the attitude you project. 

As you read through each section of the book, you will find information, exercises and suggestions to help you with attitude adjustments that can make your whole outlook brand new.

Attitude can be your most powerful tool in living a good life.

 

 

Growing Roses

(Author: Nancy N. Wilson writing as Susan Sumner)




 

Description:

 

This book is the perfect choice for the novice rose grower.

It provides step-by-step instructions for every phase of the rose-growing process - from choosing the right roses, to planting the roses, and finally - how to care for your roses over time. Paying attention to each step will ensure a successful experience and help you grow magnificent roses in your yard for years to come.

Contents Include:

  • Types of roses and how to choose the right roses
  • When to plant roses
  • How to plant roses 
  • How to water, fertilize and prune roses
  • Common diseases of rose plants and how to prevent them
  • Caring for your roses 
  • Growing roses organically
  • And much more . . . 

This is a book that you will want to keep handy for quick reference to answer questions as you plant and nurture your beautiful new roses.
 
About the Author:
 

As a young child, I was very curious and always wanted to know why something worked and how it worked. My mother allowed me to explore almost anything that interested me - including giving me things to take apart, such old clocks and radios. The more I learned, the more I wanted to know and then, I discovered the wealth of information that could be found in books, plus the magical journeys I could take through the power of words!

Reading became the center of my life. The town library was located in the Women's Club of my little farming community that I called home. In my eyes, it was the grandest building in town - newly built, with a heavenly air-conditioner that sheltered me from the blazing heat of Arizona summer days. It was my personal cocoon in which I could read the hours away.

Later in high school, as I continued to devour books by the dozens, I discovered writing and began to create my own works. It was a magical time! My love affair with the written word began and has never really stopped. 

Unfortunately, my affair was dealt a serious blow during my first year in college when an English professor told me that I used a lot of words, but said very little. His words went to my very core and hobbled my writing confidence for a number of years. I continued to write, but not with the same excitement and enthusiasm that I had previously enjoyed.

It was not until many years later that everything turned around. After completing my MBA as a "mature woman" I found a position with a Leadership Development Training Company in Manhattan that required use of three major passions: my insatiable curiosity of how and why things work, my love of learning through books, and my need to write and be published. 

I know, my work wasn't published in the true sense of the word, but my words were in print and people were reading them and using them to improve their professional lives. I had finally begun to realize my dream. 

Now I am retired and living the dream on a daily basis. I write many hours every day. I can proudly say that I have fifteen books published under several names with many more on the way. It is an amazing feeling!


 
 

 

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