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by Nancy PalmieMarilyn had 5 children. Kathy, the oldest, kicks off the memoir with an extraordinary event. The book contains content written by each of the 5 siblings: Kathy, Linda, Nancy, Paul, and Sandi. Sandi, the youngest, was given up for adoption; her siblings didn't meet her for almost 30 years. Marilyn's kids is a deep dive look into a family that is deeply dysfunctional, poverty-stricken, yet resilient. Marilyn was a complex woman. Divorced when her children were very young, Marilyn takes on... more
by Joanne Fletcher Slaughter
1 -part my favorite recipes
4 -parts recipes from family and friends
5 -parts memories and background of recipes
1. Blend my recipes with those from family & friends.
2. Add memory or background with each recipe.
3. Divide recipes into categories: aperitifs, savories, breads, soups, salads, sides, brunch, entrees, preserves, & sweets.
4. Ad... more
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by Holly JorgensenHolly Jorgensen lives simply and close to the earth, with passion, serenity, and mindfulness. In Enchanted, she shares her secrets—antidotes to that pressure to buy, buy, buy. Whether rescuing junk or discovering life lessons from a half-wild mustang, a totem pole, or legendary musicians, Holly pursues true value—grace and grit rather than status and glitz. Her stories speak of the circle of life, from using discarded objects to transform a neglected property into a beloved homestead to her frie... more
by Dr. William E. WardSee book trailer: My Mosaic - Dr. William E. Ward - You Tube Fact:: Thousands of people exist in a spiritual vacuum once they left formal religion. The above fact encouraged me to share my spiritual and psychological growth in a memoir. It is my belief, supported by numerous studies, that a vast number of people have drifted from a sense of spirituality due, in many cases, to their experience with formal religion. I want the reader to share in my growth from the rigidity of formal religion to... more
by Anna Carner
BLOSSOM~THE WILD AMBASSADOR OF TEWKSBURY By Anna Carner Imagine what life would be like to be loved by a not-so-typical wild deer. Think of the discoveries—full of fun, at times terrifying—as awareness blurs nature's wildlife boundaries and friendship grows. This riveting true story describes the astonishing bond created between a beautiful, wild creature and the woman who saved her.
by Bill Erxleben
by Betty WeibelLittle Victories: A True Story of the Healing Power of Horses is an inspirational story of a young Ohio woman who was paralyzed when a snow-covered roof collapsed on her 25 years ago. In sharing her tale, the book tells the story of how Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center evolved from a classroom idea to one of the nation’s top therapeutic riding centers. Readers, early teen through adult, will see how Debbie Gadus learned to live with disability, and they will get an inside view of the un... more
by Lisa A. SnidermanDiagnosed with a rare, debilitating immune disorder (dermatomyositis (DM)), singer-songwriter Lisa Sniderman struggled to maintain a normal life with a body in revolt. An inspirational story of the healing power of creativity and finding your true purpose, and a light in the darkness to anyone struggling with chronic illness or life challenges.
by Tim WhittomeIn Climbing the Broken Judicial Ladder (the final volume in my Denied! Failing Cordelia trilogy, I look in considerable detail at what happened when I shoved the perspective and orders of the Los Angeles Juvenile Dependency Court into a large and prejudicially weighted backpack and attempted to climb the California judicial ladder. This climb would take me on a legal journey through the California Court of Appeal (Second Appellate District) to the rarefied atmosphere of the California Supreme Co... more
by Frances Sinclair-KaspickCanadian, Out of trauma, born physically disAbled, North American Indian. Born into poverty, raised in a large single parent home by my Grandmother. Growing up in an unsafe neighborhood, dodging preditors, addictions, my biggest fear, I'd either succumb to the lifestyle or never make it out of the jungle. My story talks of humble early beginnings and striving to become fiercely independent. Becoming self-sufficient as a young adult, was a great relief and feeling to know, "I'm going to make it... more
by Elaine Parker AdamsWhen Hurricane Harvey ravished Houston in 2017, Elaine Parker Adams was evacuated from her flooded home to a retirement community. The following months nearly overwhelmed her--rebuilding a home, recovering from cancer surgery and radiation therapy, and mourning the loss of a dear sister. Writing allowed her to cope. Her memoir actually is a collection of lowku poems with descriptive narratives. Lowku is a form of haiku that focuses on social issues rather than nature. The book has five sect... more
by Campbell BolwellFrom the Mountaintop is a story about a solitary individual who spends his lifetime searching for the deeper meaning to life and trying to understand its purpose. Not satisfies with the explanation of existing religions he embarks on a lone journey of study and experience, unwilling to accept anything of faith alone and searching for evidence to support his emerging theories about reality. Against the background of his extraordinary adventures, which influenced his search and shaped his characte... more
by Maraya Loza KoxahnOn the brink of menopause, the author takes a two-year sabbatical from her life and flees to Buenos Aires to dance tango and reinvent herself. Intent on taking a "pause" from men, she instead finds herself in a relationship with her dance partner—where the threat of his death has the potential to outweigh the romance. Catapulted into questioning her core beliefs, Maraya investigates love and other means of "enlightenment" in order to find "something more."
by Sherri JeffersonDismayed by the dangerous, deceitful, and deadly practices of New York's Montefiore Medical Center, their doctors, and lawyers who are hired to cover-up their abuses; 23 Days at Montefiore journeys the path of a patient advocate fighting to save the life of an elderly woman forced to suffer multiple experimental surgeries. She also observes the suffering of other patients and a systemic practice of abuse. A heart-wrenching read, this book explores 23 days of torment, denial of patient care, and... more
by Vasile V. PoenaruAUTHOR’S WRIT OF ENTANGLEMENT Once upon a time it so happened that I wrote a poem for my wife. I did it in the blink of an eye - with transcending metaphoric swing. Which makes it a quite tangible product of rather intangible facts, I guess. Soon enough there would be a letter in my mailbox: a writ from Germany. The State Chancellory of Lower Saxony was ordering me to recite the poem in front of a select audience at the EXPO 2000 Hannover (nn in German). Jawohl! Alles klar! Sir! Yes, ... more