The List: 7 Ways to Tell If He's Going to Marry You—in 30 Days or Less! (Dec., $12.95) by Mary Corbett and Sheila Corbett Kihne. How to evaluate whether the man in your life is marriage-minded.
ADAMS MEDIA/POLKA DOT PRESS
Change Your Shoes, Change Your Life: Strut Your Way to a Fabulous New You! (Sept., $14.95) by Susan Reynolds explains how wearing a new pair of shoes can be a metaphor for transforming your life.
ALLEN UNWIN (dist. by IPG)
Buddhism for Busy People: Finding Happiness in an Uncertain World (Oct., $14.95) by David Michie presents a guide to Tibetan Buddhism through one man's personal spiritual journey.
The Anger Diet: (Aug., $14.95) by Dr. Brenda Shoshanna outlines a 30-day program to rid people of the negative effects of anger. 25,000 first printing.
Stop Gambling for Good: Overcoming Reckless Risk-Taking with Dr. Prasad's Proven Program (Oct., $11.95) by Balasa Prasad, M.D., with Catherine Whitney provides a six-step plan to overcome gambling behavior.
DUNCAN BAIRD PUBLISHERS (dist. by PGW)
Pure Kama Sutra: Sex Secrets for Modern Lovers (Oct., $19.95) by Nicole Bailey offers ways to spice up lovemaking and enhance the sexual experience.
Secrets of a Satisfying Life (Jan., $12.99) by Dr. David Ireland teaches people to incorporate "happy habits" into their lives for greater fulfillment.
BLUE MOUNTAIN ARTS
The Basics of Success (Dec., $10.95) by Tim Connor reveals characteristics of successful people and provides guidelines to achieve a better life.
Life's 2% Solution: 10 Steps for Living with Passion and Balance (Jan., $24.95) by Marcia Hughes teaches that spending 30 minutes a day on something you love can change your life.
Are You Made for Each Other? The Relationship Quiz Book (Jan., $9.95) by Barbara and Allan Pease offers tips on deciding if you are with the right mate and on developing a successful relationship.
CAMP HEARTLAND (dist. by Midpoint Trade Books)
A Journey of Hope: Inspiring Stories of Courage and Unconditional Love (Sept., $22.95) by Neil Willenson and the children of AIDS support program Camp Heartland, edited by Kurt Chandler. Young people with HIV talk about their lives in essays, poems and stories. Author tour.
How to Spot a Liar (Sept., $14.99) by Greg Hartley and Maryannn Karinch. Former military interrogator Hartley suggests ways to get at the truth in all settings.
You Can Do It! Deluxe Gift Set (Nov., $35) by Lauren Catuzzi Grandcolas includes You Can Do It! The Merit Badge Handbook for Grown-Up Girls with a companion journal.
Get the Junk Out of Your Trunk (Sept., $11.99) by Duane Vander Klok aids readers in identifying and purging the emotional obstacles to a spiritual life.
Morning Notes: 365 Meditations to Wake You Up (Oct., $14.95) by Hugh Prather argues that emotional nutrition is as important as breakfast.
TV Therapy: The Television Guide to Life (Sept., $14) by Beverly West and Jason Bergund suggests viewing options to match every mood.
How to Use Spiritual Mind Treatment (Sept., $10.95) by Diane Edleman provides up-to-date guidelines for understanding this practice, introduced by Ernest Holmes in the early 1900s.
Everything You Know About Sex Is Wrong: The Disinformation Guide to the Extremes of Human Sexuality (and Everything In-between) (Oct., $24.95), edited by Russ Kick, compiles a broad array of misinformation about sex.
DREAMS SHAREDPUBLICATIONS (dist. by Biblio)
A Hike for Mike: An Uplifting Adventure Across the Sierra Nevada (Sept., $14.95) by Jeff Alt. The author takes a 218-mile hike to raise awareness about treating depression. Author tour.
Family First Workbook (Sept., $13.95) by Dr. Phil McGraw gives parents the tools to direct their children toward a happy adulthood.
As Much Time As It Takes: A Guide for the Bereaved, Their Family and Friends (Oct., $9.95) by Martin J. Keough instructs how best to handle the death of a loved one and support those in mourning.
Love... What's Personality Got to Do with It? Working at Love to Make Love Work (Feb., $14.95) by Carol Ritberger recommends ways to make relationships fulfilling for both partners.
Clean: A New Generation in Recovery Speaks Out (Sept., $12.95) by Chris Beckman. The former MTV Real World participant shares his experiences with addiction and gives advice for staying drug-free. 25,000 first printing.
Chicken Soup for the Soul Stories for a Better World: 101 Stories to Make the World a Better Place (Sept., $12.95) by Jack Canfield et al. is the 101st title in this megaselling series. 150,000 first printing.
Chicken Soup for the Latino Soul: Celebrating La Comunidad Latina (Sept., $12.95) by Jack Canfield et al. tailors the series for the Latino audience. 100,000 first printing.
HIMALAYAN INSTITUTE PRESS
Moving Inward: The Journey to Meditation (Sept., $18.95) by Rolf Sovik shows how to transform yoga techniques into methods for meditation. Ad/promo.
Broken Minds: Hope for Healing When You Feel Like You're "Losing It" (Oct., $13.99) by Steve and Robyn Bloem offers advice and support for people struggling with the fallout from mental illness.
All the Power Rests with You (Sept., $12.95) by Suzanne Stutman collects poems for children who have suffered trauma or need a self-esteem boost.
Faith (Nov., $9.95) by A.C. Ping. This sequel to Ping's Be and Do inspires readers to believe in themselves.
The Hero Project: How We Met Our Greatest Heroes and What We Learned from Them (Oct., $14.95) by Robert and William Hatch collects interviews with some of the world's leading figures, done when the brothers were adolescents. Author tour.
Divorce Care (Jan., $14.99) by Steve Grissom and Kathy Leonard uses personal stories to support people going through the pain of divorce.
Women Who Worry Too Much: How to Stop Worry and Anxiety from Ruining Relationships, Work, and Fun (Sept., $13.95) by Holly Hazlett-Stevens offers strategies. Ad/promo.
Get Out of Your Mind and into Your Life: The New Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (Oct., $19.95) by Steven C. Hayes with Spencer Smith presents a step-by-step method for handling emotional problems. Ad/promo.
NEW PAGE BOOKS
Anger Management: 6 Critical Steps to a Calmer Life (Sept., $15.99) by Peter Favaro helps people understand their own anger and the anger of others.
Life Coaching for the Soul: The 8 Laws for Inspired and Stress-Free Living (Jan., $12.95) by Diana Coldman takes a new approach to solving health problems and low self-esteem.
Finding Your Perfect Match (Jan., $14.95) by Pepper Schwartz, the founder of Perfectmatch.com, recommends using her Duet Compatibility Profiler to locate the ideal life partner.
Help Yourself for Teens (Sept., $12.95) by Dave Pelzer provides guidance on how young adults can overcome the miseries associated with adolescence.
Marriable (Sept., $14.99) by Hayley and Michael DiMarco evaluates the ways in which male-female differences influence dating, relationships and finding the ideal marriage candidate.
Why Men Marry Bitches: From "I Might" to "I Do"—A Woman's Guide to Winning Her Man's Heart (Jan., $14) by Sherry Argov follows Why Men Love Bitches with this guide to help women gain control of their dating lives. Ad/promo.
SIMON SCHUSTER/ FIRESIDE
Choices That Change Lives: 15 Ways to Find More Purpose, Meaning, and Joy (Jan., $13) by Hal Urban focuses on finding ways to make better choices in order to enhance one's life.
SIMON SCHUSTER/ LIBROS EN ESPANOL
Tu Eres Importanté: Demuestra todo lo gue vales! (Oct., $14) by Dr. Phil McGraw is a Spanish-language edition of the TV psychologist's bestselling Self Matters.
Never Give In, Never Give Up: A Gripping and Inspiring Story About How to Soar Through Life's Adversities (Oct., $14.95) by Carlana Stone Lawson and John DiRenzo provides inspiration for facing any type of challenge—an accident as a teenager left Lawson in a wheelchair. 25,000 first printing. 5-city author tour.
Ultimate Betrayal: Recognizing, Uncovering, and Dealing with Infidelity (Sept., $12.95) by Danine Manette gives tips on how to spot a cheating spouse. 50,000 first printing. $30,000 ad/promo.
TEN SPEED PRESS
Flings, Frolics, and Forever Afters: A Single Woman's Guide to Romance After Fifty (Sept., $14.95) by Katherine E. Chaddock and Emilie Chaddock Egan is by divorced and widowed 50-something sisters.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
Dress Your Best: The Complete Guide to Finding the Style That's Right for Your Body (Sept., $18.95) by Clinton Kelly and Stacy London. The Learning Channel's What Not to Wear co-hosts analyze body types and tailor a wardrobe that best suits each for work and play. 150,000 first printing.
A Chorus of Wisdom: Notes on Spiritual Living (Sept., $14.95), edited by Sorah Dubitsky, compiles inspirational stories, essays and advice from bestselling authors and celebrities on getting the most out of life.
The Divorce Lawyer's Guide to Staying Married (Oct., $14.95) by Wendy Jaffe examines the prevalence of divorce and offers advice for keeping couples together.
Saying Yes to Life (Even the Hard Parts) (Sept., $15) by Ezra Bayda with Josh Bartok offers life-affirming essays and aphorisms.