Canby, Oregon (PRWEB) July 24, 2008
Invisible Ink® has launched Sky’s Place, a new website that offers self help books and free ebooks.
Sky’s Place offers books on family and parenting, relationships, education, and self help. Like any good retail shop, the amount of books and subjects covered will continue to grow. Sky's Place intends to add Home and Garden, Health, Pets, Travel and unique gifts. The first gifts to be added will be jewelry from Birchmoon.
One of the center piece ebooks at Sky's Place is Caring For Your Aging Parents Or What You Should Know Before You Retire. Written by Nancy Montana, it is about planning for the golden years of life. There is not another book like it on the internet. It covers important information about insurance, what legal papers should be in place, what living options are available when a person can no longer live alone or take care of themselves, and what happens when the money runs out. According to Martha, a retired schoolteacher, it is well written and full of valuable information. Nancy Montana is already a published author, but this is her first ebook. She wrote it after working for a nursing, rehabilitation and living facility for over a year. She has included all the things she learned there and from having aging parents in the home to make the book as complete as possible.
Other authors include the relationship doctor, Larry Waldman, Ph.D., Oprah's experts on dating, and Napoleon Hill, the first self help author. Book titles include: The Magic of Making Up, Think and Grow Rich, Living off the Grid, Making Math More Fun, Goodbye Boss Hello Kids and Evidence Eraser. You can give your love the perfect gift, a poem written just for him or her. There is even an easy hot fudge recipe.
Sky's Place wants to create a site that will bring customers back again and again. There are free ebooks, self help books, and a personal shopping service. The service is free but limited to books or ebooks.
Sky's place is pleased to be able to add handmade jewelry by Birchmoon by Sarah Nelson. Every piece is one of a unique. Sarah not only designs the jewelry for esthetics, but she also makes sure that the stones used complement each other. She is an expert on the meaning of the stones she uses. She also does Native American beading.
Sky's Place fits nicely into the Invisible Inks business model, as its goal is to offer ebooks that can assist a person in improving their life, or the life of a family member. Invisible Ink's partnership was formed in 1988 as a consulting firm. Their motto "your private elves" represents the willingness of the partners to work behind the scenes. Through the years, they have done editing, small business start ups, custom accounting programs, and computer training.
To see Sky’s Place’s listing of self help books and free ebooks, visit http://www.aplace4family.com.