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by Veronica MarmeIts the author's positive inspirational life story and testimony how God raised her in the wilderness for 20 years before God released her calling or ministry to her. Her personal journey with God and challenges she goes through in life that she wants to share with others in their day to day walk with God Almighty.
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by John Robinette and Robert JacobyA story of grief, male friendship, and healing conversations. “Be present,” “cherish each day,” “always say I love you.” John Robinette lived those words. Or so he thought. Then his wife, Amy, was killed instantly in a pedestrian accident. John’s world shattered, and he began the grueling task of parenting two young boys in a house filled with vibrant, bittersweet memories. As the grief closed in around him, John’s close friend, author Robert Jacoby, saw John struggling and proposed an unu... more
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by Janet Cheatham Bell
It was the sixties. Everything was changing. People were demanding freedom of every kind. Freedom from racism, from the war in Vietnam, from sexism, from police brutality. So, why not, also, the freedom to marry whomever you choose? In 1965, before the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the ban on mixed marriages was unconstitutional, in many states it was a crime to marry "outside your race." And less than 1% of Americans chose to commit that crime. This is the story of h... more
by Blanca De La Rosa¿A qué renunciarías hoy para un mejor mañana? Muchas personas abandonan el único mundo que conocen en busca de un mejor mañana. Abarcando más de cien años, En busca de un mañana mejor, es mucho más que una novela que recoge la historia de tres generaciones durante más de cien años. Es un maravilloso viaje desde España hasta Estados Unidos que mostrará al lector nuestra historia reciente, las ideologías de cada momento, la crudeza de la inmigración, la lucha por la supervivencia, el coraje de sus... more
by Phyllis Cole-DaiJoin Phyllis and co-author James Murray as they voluntarily give up their homes for 47 days to live on the streets of Columbus, Ohio. They go out to be as present as possible to everyone they meet. This chronological account of their experiences is perfect for use in daily meditation. It includes nearly 30 black and white photographs, most shot by James using crude pinhole cameras he constructed from trash.
by Heather Ellis
‘It’s more than just a long motorcycle trip…’ TONY WHEELER – co-founder Lonely Planet
After riding her motorcycle across Africa, Heather Ellis is diagnosed with HIV in London after having the test for a Russian visa. She is thirty years old and is given five years to live. It is 1995, when death from AIDS is inevitable.
Timeless On The Silk Road is the story of what happens next.
What unfolds is a journey of courage, hardship and immense natural... more
by Delia Remington
A twelve month business planner for indie authors, including guided planning exercises and periodic assessments to help you stay on track and reach your goals. There are annual, quarterly, monthly, and weekly planning pages, and some dotted bullet journal style pages spread throughout to allow you to customize your planner to suit your own individual needs.
by Iser FlaumThis is a true-life saga of massive life disruption, harsh treatment, total loss of family, near-death escapes, and years of Nazi enslavement of the author's parents. It is told from the first person viewpoint in his father's voice, plunging the reader into his predicament. HIs mother's history is also included but limited being a difficult topic for her to discuss. As sole survivors of their birth families, they meet after liberation in a DP camp to renew family and life. A theme throughout is... more
by Charles MurrayA Kind of Homecoming Memoir and Cook Book A ten year old black kid dreamed of playing tennis. He was told "Boy if I took everything you don't know." "I could create another world." Learning became a mission to learn meant to pay attention memorize reenact, repetition, reading and writing were a struggle, hiding the embarrassment and overcoming slowly enough to write this book! Because of his love for tennis and cooking Charles has been blessed to visit many ... more
by C. MillsForewarning! This book is filled with triggers, vulgar language, descriptive scenes of violence, sexual innuendo, in addition to actual sexual immorality depictions and most of all, HEALING! It’s nothing different than what women face every day but take a look into my lenses to see how I processed it all. This book is to bring awareness and then healing to not only survivors but also to those, like myself, who have made mistakes in the midst of trauma. To also help heal those of us who have als... more
by Amy HerrigAfter overcoming a heroin addiction in her teenage years and striving to move forward, Amy Herrig faced an entirely different addiction twenty years later: money. She and her father, Jerry Shults, were thriving as the owners of the Gas Pipe stores in Dallas, Texas, as well as other successful businesses, when a government lawsuit threatened to take everything: their businesses, their money, and their freedom. Accused of crimes she hadn’t committed, Amy spent the next four years fighting to stay ... more
by Danielle DempseyDanielle Dempsey was bright, optimistic and brimming with potential, everything seemed perfect, but behind closed doors was a different story. A collection of memories, each told as a short story, dives into tales of sexual abuse, dark family secrets, divorce, depression, and more all while watching over her two younger brothers. Will Danielle be able to preserve her brothers' childhood from the shadows lurking in the dark or will she lose her own?
by Anna Maria DiDioOn Sunday, Priscilla was a seven-year-old orphan living in Mexico. On Monday, she found herself in suburban Philadelphia beginning a new life. Instead of a happy ending, Priscilla cried and pleaded in Spanish to return to the woman who raised her. Priscilla loses her language and ability to love and embarks on a journey to reclaim them both. This true story of love, loss, trust, and survival is a powerful testament to family and our need to belong.
by Mike RinowskiHarley Tracks conveys an essence of American character; that of a free-spirited and patriotic nature. An obligation consumed my work, and then my life, with an epic ride; 41,000 miles alone across Vietnam on a Harley Davidson to honor fallen veterans. After four and a half years, the ride rolled full circle across America to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. Without serendipity it would not have been.