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by Ruth KyserCan Rachel forgive herself for past decisions, and open her heart to love again? Rachel King lost everything. After her husband dies unexpectedly, she loses their home and business; she loses it all. After months of struggling, she was just starting to put her life back together when she receives a letter from an attorney—a letter that totally turns her life upside down. "Without Regrets" takes you through the heart-wrenching ordeal of one woman’s journey to forgiveness as she struggles with the... more
by Derrick B ThomasI was born in Guyana, South America, came to England in August 1957 Started life as a Motor Engineer with the former Rootes Group Motor Company in Ladbrook Grove, West London. During the riots in London in 1958, petrol bomb was put though my letter box at my flat. In April 1959 I was call up by The Royal Airforce to do Nation Service, I eventually served 12 years leaving as a Flight Simulator Specialist on Lightening Aircraft during which time I completed ONC HNC and City GUILDS IN Aircraf... more
by Griots RepublicYou’ve heard the phrase “you can’t be everywhere at once.” Well, now you can. In #BlackTravel: The Anthology you can travel the world without ever leaving your home. In this collection, the editors at Griots Republic, a premier magazine for travelers of color, take you around the world in a series of personal essays written by everyday adventurers. Visit the favelas of Brazil. Swim with sea turtles on the island of Galapagos. Celebrate Irish culture in Montserrat. There’s something in this an... more
by Martin McConnellThis isn't about grammar or syntax, it's a wake up call for anyone who wants to write a book. You can attend all the writing conferences you want, but the simple truth is that you can’t grow as a writer without actually getting words on a page. This manual is the accumulation of ten years drafting novels, novellas, short stories, and screenplays, distilled into a short, inspirational guide that should be next to every typewriter. It started off as a response to a Quora post: "How do you wr... more
by Dr M.A. MonarengDr Monareng believes that there are rays of hope even during the darkest hours of our lives. Hope gives us zeal and courage to believe that things will be better one day. We are in the world that is full of lies and lacks forgiveness. The world that has become an employer to the human race. In this fascinating journey of life, elders need to pass on a baton to the younger generation with the hope that norms and values of the past remain immortal. The twenty-first-century parents should apply the... more
by T.E. CornerOur friend Kylie is back in Life is Fine, When You Are Aligned!, the third installment in T.E. Corner?s inspirational children?s book series. He continues to impress, captivating readers and leaving them with messages that last a lifetime. In his writings, List for Santa, List for Life!, Positive Thoughts, Positive Life! and Life is Fine, When You Are Aligned! T.E. captures critical habits that children and adults can embrace: Maintaining a working list of dreams and goals is an excellent way to... more
by Paul E. SagoWe often claim that religion is the most important facet of our lives. It determines the quality of life here and in the hereafter, yet we give it little serious thought. Our beliefs are arranged. We simply borrow or accept what someone else tells us. It is customary?and generally expected?that we follow the same religious patterns and preferences as our parents and grandparents.<p> In <i>Holy Hodgepodge</i>, author Paul E. Sago invites us to think seriously about our religious... more
by Chinedu IhekwoabaMany dreams have been shattered because they couldn't find the right channel to visualize it. Potentials are not developed and skills are being buried daily. Seeing success as a chance or luck has to be eradicated. Everyone has got success adrenaline.
by Vanessa GoworaA book that explores various ways you can change your life by focusing on crucial factors that determine success. This book uses a proven method many successful people and experts use to improve their life and deliver results. It also shows the various ways young people can change their lives by using this proven method to do just that. This book was written by a millennial for millennials and proves that success is within reach if you are willing to learn how to achieve it.
by Humphrey MuciiriDad's behavior communicates a lot to his son. In traditional families, a son looks up to his dad as a model for his behavior. When a dad creates opportunities for free discussions with his son, the son grows up respecting and trusting him as his model. On the other hand, when a dad becomes authoritarian, lays down rules and regulations for his son without adequate and reasonable explanations or discussions, the son may resent it, feel alienated, and seek other avenues, albeit honorable or dis... more
by H Doyle SmithAs a child the author was taught to read the Bible, memorize verses and learn the Bible completely. After meditation on it for over sixty years he had the insight that this book shows. The Bible is really simple, and a single book with a clear outline. People who have added or subtracted from what it teaches have found that conflict almost always follows. By understand what this book teaches, people have enjoyed life more and contributed to it more effectively.
by joyce wilson-sanfordI PRAY ANYWAY—Devotions for the Ambivalent by Joyce Wilson-Sanford is comprised of 365 daily reflections and 12 monthly personal stories. It tells of the author’s return to a prayer/devotions practice as she shares her own very naked, very funny, very touching prayers and reflections. The book also shares Joyce’s personal history of bumps and bruises both in her life and in her spiritual growth. This is not a didactic book. The author has no answers for others, but shares how and why she prays. ... more
by Black WarriorBOOK DESCRIPTION Question! Do we as a human family know who we are or who we were Created to be? Unfortunately for the majority of us, I’ll have to say the answer is No. Which means we’re not anywhere close to realizing our full potential and being at our absolute best. How could we possibly be, when we’ve been maliciously lied to at every turn and are totally confused about our origins and our purpose? The hard Truth is We Are Lost! Some of us are still trying to figure out whether we a... more
by Micah Ann DuckettCome as You're Not is a platform for hope and encouragement based on true overcoming stories from Micah Duckett's life. Utilizing the have, am, and are not examples of being human, Micah showcases God's character, care, and provision in an accessible, easy-to-read format full of depth and wisdom. Come as you're not because God welcomes you as you are.
by Rain FieldsRace Car Driver Rain Fields, has just purchase his first race car. He named his first race car, after him. A race car called Rain. Great story book, about a race car driver name: Rain. And his race car, called Rain Rain Fields is a real life boy, now age 10 years old. https://www.facebook.com/Rain-Fields-Race-Car-Driver-829523580481473/
by Pamela Christian
Second book in the award-winning Faith to Live By series market copy reads:
More than ever before, most people are finding it difficult to remain optimistic about their life and their future. So much has failed--marriage, family and personal relations, the job and economic markets government, education and even the Church. In whom or what can we find the hope and personal breakthroughs we desperately need? Clearly there is no hope in our natural existence. There never has been. That is ... more