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NON FICTION: Self Help Books

Finding Job Security in an Insecure Time

Artemis Arts Library, San Francisco, 2005

ISBN 0-9746927-7-8

Career TuneUp book cover

Follow this book, and you will find your own answers as you:

  • Learn to Recognize the Ten Crucial Warning Signs
  • Rate Yourself on the Complete Job Burnout Scale
  • Assess How Marketable You Really Are
  • Decide Where You Want to Make a Contribution
  • Envision Your Ideal Working Conditions
  • Overcome Self-Defeating Attitudes about Success
  • Tune Up Your Resume, Network, and Interviews
  • Carry Out Your Personalized Career Tune Up Plan
  • Exit the Danger Zone and Enjoy a Real Career Tune Up

"Career Tune Up is built on the reality that there is no such thing as job security, but that capitalizing on your marketable skills and having a plan can create unexpected opportunities. Career Tune Up gives you flexibility, courage, and personal security to survive and prosper even in hard times as well as good times. Peller Marion’s book can show you the way!”

Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One-Minute Manager

Available from: Amazon

A Planning Guide for Job Security and Satisfaction in the '90s

A Birch Lane Press Book
Published by Carol Publishing Group.1993

ISBN 1-55972-181-2

Berkley Books. New York. 1994



"Crisis-Proof Your Career is built on the reality that there is no such thing as job security, but capitalizing on your marketable skills and having a plan can create unexpected opportunities. a crisis-proof career gives you the flexibility, courage, and personal security to survive and even prosper in hard times as well a good times. Peller Marion's book can show you the way!"

– Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One-Minute Manager

Available from: Amazon

Coming Soon


Artemis Arts Library

AN AGE OF GRACE: 7 Spiritual Challenges to Attaining Elder Wisdom

Aging means accessing deeper levels of understanding and acceptance requiring a sea change: a new mind-set and a new skill-set to find our unique creative voice and contribution. This journey uses metaphors of literary fiction writers to examine the seven spiritual challenges of aging and the attainment of elder wisdom.




Artemis Arts Library. 2019

ISBN 978-0-9746927-4-6

Paperback: 160 pages

Shopping Lessons book cover

I was heading for the shore, hoping to outswim the shark. Realizing that the shark could follow and outswim me, I began swimming slowly and methodically toward the beach while terror roiled in my belly.

Several minutes later, injured and rolling in the swells, helpless and bleeding, while the surf kept pushing me back, I finally got a foothold with my injured leg on the sand at the water’s edge. “Help, shark! Help me!” I yelled.

A group of people heard my call, but they walked past me when they saw me in the surf yards to their right. I overheard one say to another, “Tourists who are in the water shouldn’t yell like that about sharks. They frighten other tourists.”

Available from: Amazon, Barnes and Noble
and your local bookstore.


Artemis Arts Library. 2005

ISBN-10: 0974692751
ISBN-13: 978-0974692753

Paperback: 212 pages

Shopping Lessons book cover

Shopping was one of the few excursions Mrs. Perlman and her daughter were hard-wired to perform with civility. Almost everything else evoked the white rage of competition. But life got far more complex when Mr. Perlman became fatally ill, and his son’s disturbed wife suddenly committed suicide. Shopping Lessons, a coming-of-age novel, looks at the price a woman pays for growing into herself.

Only a few pages into Shopping Lessons, I knew I was in good hands. Maybe it's because the truth–not necessarily the literal but always the literary truth–shines through on every page. I can't imagine any reader not enjoying and learning from this story of love and transformation.

– George Leonard,author of Mastery and Education and Ecstasy

Available from: Amazon


Artemis Arts Library. 2005

ISBN: 0-974627-6-X

Paperback: 212 pages

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Searching For The G Spot is a comedy about a baby boomer marriage on the verge of divorce. In a final desperate attempt, the wife tries to save their marriage by getting away from their high-powered careers. Impulsively, she signs them up for a Tantric Sex Workshop in the Virgin Islands. There Ralph and Paula Neuman attempt to renew the sparkle in their sex lives.

Some of the characters they meet are a naughty gynecologist, a Brazilian psychic healer on the lam, an ambitious colonic therapist, a husband-hunting spiritualist, an ex-taxi cab-driving guru, and a naïve millionaire rancher. All these people are in competition to find their sexual and spiritual G Spot.

The novel inspires couples to transform their marriage with a sexual tune-up while getting a hearty belly laugh.


If you want a dose of humor, playfulness, reality and personal insight – read this. Peller know us and shows it in many ways – all of them delightful.

Rodney Napier, author of The Courage to Act and Making Groups Work

Available from: Amazon