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One Day Soon by A. Meredith Walters Book Summary:
He found me in blood and tears. I stayed with him through darkness and fire. We loved each other in the moment between innocence and bitter truth. We were the kids easily ignored, who grew into adults we hardly knew. We weren't meant to last forever. And we didn't. He ran away. I tried to move on. Yet I never stopped thinking about the boy who had fought to keep me alive in a world that would have swallowed me whole. He was the past that I buried, but never forgot. Until the day I found him again, years after believing I had lost him forever. And in cold, resentful eyes, I saw the heart of the man who had been everything when I had nothing at all. So I vowed to hold onto the second chance that was stolen from the children we had been. Sometimes fate is ugly. Life can be twisted. And who we are can be ruined by who we once were. For two people who had survived so much, we would have to learn how to hold on before we were forced to let go.
One Day Soon by Deborah Brooks Langford Book Summary:
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You Do Realize That I Am Going To Snap One Day... Soon by Eli Publications Book Summary:
Sarcastic Humor Blank Lined Journal Notebook Funny Gag Gifts for Home Friend or Office Journal Looking for a funny gag gift for a coworker or boss? For family or friends? This sarcastic, funny, blank lined journal notebook is for anyone who likes or can appreciate sarcasm. This journal is a great way to capture your creative ideas, lists, notes and stories. The convenient notebook is sized to carry anywhere with you for writing, journaling or note taking. Use it yourself or send it as a gift to someone (special or not). It's better than sending a card. Pick one up now! Features Include: · 120 ruled pages (60 sheets) · Can be used as a journal, diary, notebook or composition book · 7" x 10" Dimensions · Soft matte cover paperback · Quality white paper · Perfect for gel, pen, ink, marker or pencils · Perfect size to for a book bag, laptop bag, messenger bag, purse or tote bag · Great gag, birthday or general gift for any occasion
One Year In Paris by Frederic Thiphaine Book Summary:
One Year in Paris is a collection of poems. Writings range from the mundane To the realm of spirits, from the edge of anguish To unbridled joy and exuberant hope From audacious to irreverence Always with disconcerting Honesty the words Reveal a dangerously simple and personal philosophy. The poems explore the moody nexus of love belief The shadowy worlds of emotions Where poems are paintings of perceptions. From life to death to life to the sweetness Of child's presence The alert reader will glimpse the revealed soul.
Secret Dreams by Cpt. John Scarlett Book Summary:
...But even though the risk is great, I will always be at love's gate, Trying to break it in two, To love once more a heart that's true, So when you have read this book, Open your heart and take a look, And if inside you find the desire, To love someone with all love's fire, Then my life will have it's meaning, To give to others the greatest feeling.
Early European Writings on Ainu Culture by Kirsten Refsing Book Summary:
This collection includes rare records of the first European encounters with the Ainu: in the main, travelogues and descriptions of the people, their culture and distinctiveness. Many earlier works were published in limited quantity and in obscure places, and they are often hard to trace for a researcher today. Republication of early Western works will help scholars researching the Ainu, and will also be of interest to scholars of anthropology, religion, material culture, oral traditions, and linguistics.
Catalog of Copyright Entries by N.A Book Summary:
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One Day Soon Time Will Have No Place Left to Hide by Christian Kiefer Book Summary:
Fiction. Renowned installation artist Frank Poole has embarked on his most ambitious project to date: an entire housing subdivision in the desert of Nevada, with every element painted stark white. By his side is his young wife Caitlin, his manager and confidante who keeps the volatile artist functioning from day to day. But as Frank grows increasingly anxious about his undertaking, Caitlin learns she is pregnant and begins to wonder what the future might hold for them both. At turns funny, tragic, triumphant and harrowing, ONE DAY SOON TIME WILL HAVE NO PLACE LEFT TO HIDE is a documentary film in prose. Structured as a "kinoroman," a novella-as-film-script-as novella, the text explores the nature of art, of watching and of being watched, of life put on display, all the while focusing on the day-to-day existence of one couple as they work through the incendiary materials of their lives together.
Become a Better You by Joel Osteen Book Summary:
Joel Osteen's previous bestselling title, Your Best Life Now,offered readers guidance for living a good life. In this eagerly awaited new book he'll guide readers to look within themselves to find their authentic soul and conduct a spiritual examination so they can uncover the core of who they really are. Osteen's message is that God didn't create us to be average - He wants us to stretch ourselves, keep pressing forward for greatness, and to embark on mission of self-discovery. God has given us everything we need to live a victorious life, but it's up to us to draw it out and become the tremendous person He wants us to be. Osteen will be revealing 7 key principles that will enable us to achieve this goal, to expand our horizons and fill our lives with love, joy and peace.
Knightlight by M. D. Rossi Book Summary:
So you think you understand the world you live in? Don’t bet your life on it. This world is not safe. This world is not sane. This world is a ticking time bomb, and the lives of billions hang in the balance. Knightlight, an organization founded in 1947, is a government-sanctioned agency that deals with non-military threats. They deal with madmen and monsters. They are at war, and have been for nearly seventy years. But the enemy is ancient and has an agenda of its own. The enemy has had all the time in the world to prepare. The first phase of the plan—destroy Knightlight, and any resistance, removing them all from the field of battle. There are terrible things soon coming upon the Earth ... terrible things. We live in a short slice of time referred to as the “Prelude to the Dark Messiah.” Knightlight knows it can’t protect mankind from the future, but until the end comes, they will hold the line. Forget what you believe you know about the Bigfoot phenomenon. Ignore what you think you understand about aliens. Unlearn what you’ve been taught about ghosts, vampires, and werewolves. None of the above exist, but what does exist will gladly drag you to the pit of hell and devour you on the way.
Hands-On Social Studies, Grade 2 by Jennifer Lawson Book Summary:
This teacher resource offers a detailed introduction to the program, which includes its guiding principles, implementation guidelines, an overview of the social studies skills that grade 2 students use and develop, and a classroom assessment plan complete with record-keeping templates and connections to the Achievement Levels outlined in the WCNP Social Studies Curriculum. The resource has three instructional units: Unit 1: Our Local Community Unit 2: Communities in Canada: Lunenburg Unit 3: The Canadian Community Each unit is divided into lessons that focus on specific curricular outcomes. Each lesson has materials lists activity descriptions questioning techniques activity centre and extension ideas assessment suggestions activity sheets and visuals
How to Cope by Terrance L. Weber Book Summary:
This book is mysterious, but its not a mystery. Look for the mysterious spiritual between the lines message God has for you in each story. The words and thoughts attempt to help you answer lifes puzzling questions about: faith, children, the Bible, fellowship, holidays, missions, money, prayer and self worth.
Until I Saw Your Smile by J.J. Murray Book Summary:
In a little Brooklyn coffee shop, love is brewing, in this “romantic story with a dark undertone that pulls on all the right emotions” (USA Today). At Smith’s Sweet Treats and Coffee, you’ll find Brooklyn’s best house blend and the freshest homemade pastries. It’s more than a business to owner Angela Smith. It’s her home and her refuge—one she stands to lose thanks to her gouging landlord. Then, a new regular offers to cover her rent increase if Angela lets him meet his clients there. If Matthew McConnell weren’t such a persuasive lawyer—and so sweet, funny, and sexy—she wouldn’t dream of letting him in. Since leaving a high-paying, soul-sucking legal firm to go solo, Matthew has been striking out, professionally and personally. The best part of his love life is regaling Angela with date-from-hell stories over steaming, fragrant coffee. Behind her captivating smile is a smart, sensual woman he’d love to get close to. And when a painful secret from her past is suddenly exposed, he gets a chance to prove he’s the man she needs, in every way that matters . . .
Half My Heart Is in Iraq! by David D. Bayouth Book Summary:
"Half My Heart is in Iraq! - stories of love for our brave" is a sparkling new 528-page publication recognizing our troops serving around the world and the families that support them. Over 500 stories and 1,100 photographs are presented in a straightforward format and are authored by the hearts and minds of real military families from across America. These stories are an inspiration to us all, and a definite must-have for all military families as a keepsake of honor and an example of the total military family experience, truly an inspirational piece of literature full of love, hope, and sunshine! The first copies will be submitted for acceptance into our National Archives, The Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC, hopefully to be added to their permanent collection of military stories. A troop recognition project of this magnitude has never been accomplished before, until now! Additional copies will be delivered to the White House and Congress.
Flopsided Conversations by John O'Loughlin Book Summary:
FLOPSIDED CONVERSATIONS is volume two of John O'Loughlin's 'collected dialogues', with material culled from four prior collections dating from 1982-4 and continuing in the vein of its predecessor, 'Lopsided Conversations', if with a more determined ideological emphasis which takes this volume to an entirely new region of the mind.
Glory by Jona Bryant Book Summary:
Jona Bryant was born Jonathan Bryant in February of 1988. I knew he would be a king before he made his appearance. He started his ascent during a blizzard and took 24 ½ hours to make his entry into a cold world laced with warm love just for him. Despite several brushes with death that began during his birth, Jona defied all odds and grew to be a tender-hearted boy who felt deeply. By age eight, he changed noticeably and began showing signs of suppressed anger. I encouraged him to keep a journal, a practice he's continued. Jona's writing has always been awe inspiring. His descriptive method leaves the taste of sweet nectar on your tongue and the sun's glow blinding your eyes. His writing style is influenced by Floetry, who put poetry to music, and the writings of David and Solomon in the King James Version of the Bible. The name Jona resulted from a conversation with his late Aunt Tillie who encouraged him to stop running (like Jonah in the Bible) and face his destiny. With this book, Jona is finally moving toward his throne.
All in a Days Work by E. C. Herbert Book Summary:
This is the true story of my life, my auto biography. The events all happened. Only the names of some of the participants have been changed. The story may well be biased, but it is how I remember it and if in the telling, I have done injustice to anyone then I am sorry. If I come across as conceited, shallow, or too clever for my own good, or without conscience I put my hand up and say so be it. It was truly a good life and I am grateful to all those I met on my life's long journey. Particularly my wife and my family without who's support, even when I let them down, has sustained me at all times.
The Ladies of Low Arvie by Linda Watson Book Summary:
The day Richard and Linda saw Low Arvie, a run down and neglected farm in Galloway in rural southwest Scotland, they knew they had found their future home. But they could not foresee quite how their life would change in so many ways. Beginning with their struggle to move not just themselves and their belongings, but Linda's redoubtable ninety-year-old mother, two-hundred miles north, The Ladies of Low Arvie chronicles Richard and Linda's journey to fulfill their dream. The Ladies themselves are the herd of pedigree Black Galloway cows they purchased and brought to Low Arvie to inhabit its acres, bringing with them much joy and a little tragedy along the way. Richard and Linda set about learning the ropes of keeping cattle under EC regulations and to cope with broken machinery and the vagaries of the Scottish weather, where all four seasons sometimes occur on the same day. Just how they overcome their hurdles, helped time and again by coincidence and the kindness of their new neighbours, and how the Ladies themselves settle into their new home is at the heart of this gentle and sometimes moving account of Scottish country life.
Pain in the Offering by N.A Book Summary:
'Pain in the Offering' is destined to encourage those who suffer chronic pain or illness. This is not another self-help manual with quick, easy steps to wellness. Yet, it is sure to lift the spirits of those who have had their fill of them. Each chapter is brief, inspiring and enjoyable. The reader can expect 'motivational talks' as opposed to a li.
Clear Light of Day by Penelope Wilcock Book Summary:
I don't love people any more, she thought, and I don't want to say my prayers. I'm all churched-out. When the Rev. Esme Browne, fortysomething Methodist minister, arrives in the quiet coastal resort of Southarbour, she enjoys an enviable reputation for efficiency, good preaching, pastoral sensitivity - and possesses an awful secret: a dead prayer life. Recently divorced, loneliness strikes at her centre. Within weeks she has encountered the fierce form of Seer Ember. Where did they come from, she wonders, these vile old ladies who made a career out of being rude? Yet soon Ember - and Jabez Ferrall, a wise and gentle mechanic - have become Esme's friends, their welcome a balm to her parched soul. In the case of Jabez, more than friendship may be on offer. But professional advancement beckons - very far from Southarbour.