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““The Struggling (Leumas Sirrah) a Wa stonian from Los Angeles (Wa s) manage with the help of screenwriter Mr. Schulberg becomes a professional writer of poetry (a success story).”
Aim to become an actor, added was poetic verse and often compared to William Blake.
“I must create a system or be enslaved by one. I mustn’t reason and compare; my job is to create words of enthusiasm.””$2.99–$15.69
“A Letter to Trish” details the life and lifestyles experienced while growing up on a middle class plantation in the early 1900’s.
Due to her daughter’s request for her mother to retell her many experiences, Bea wrote this educational narrative.
She uses her robust and very descriptive vocabulary to make for an enjoyable, informative and fun read for those interested in southern history or for anyone else who enjoys reading a well written book.
Bea recalls her childhood while growing up as one of the eleven Jarrell children, allowing the reader to be well informed of how life was during this era for a large family on a farm. She describes the ways of living which may sound dubious to many people today.
She and her siblings were the last generation of the Jarrell’s to work the farm land.
In 1974, the Jarrell Plantation was donated to the State of Georgia. It is now a State Historic site. For the most part the plantation is in its original setting.
For anyone who has ever visited the Jarrell Plantation, this book may add another dimension to that visit.$11.99
Miracles happen every day for those who believe!
“Sometimes when all the news is bleak and negative, we need to remember that is when God can and will take over and change everything.”
“Mom, Aaron hit the tree with his head and I can’t see him anymore.
He’s down on the road going back to Pap’s.” “Hurry, Aunt Net we have to pray for Aaron. We have to form a circle like we do in church. We have to believe like you and Debbie tell us.”
“I told her that I wanted more for him than healing that I wanted a complete miracle for him.”
A true story about an 18 year old, Aaron Hahn, who was involved in a four wheeler accident and was given a zero to ten percent chance of living. This incredible story is about the faith it took for one family to truly believe in miracles and to realize that miracles occur when you listen to that still small voice and follow the Holy Spirit promptings even when it makes no earthly sense. Included in this story is the actual case study review completed by the Life-Net flight nurse, Crissy Cessna, RN, PNRN, NREMT-P.$2.99–$12.99
Alternate Reality is the comical telling of the mostly true story of how Steve Ross grew up in a dysfunctional family with dysfunctional relationships and overcame the pitfalls of his youth to live a good and prosperous life. Those who have been in an abusive or bad relationship know the doubts and fears we take into the next relationship as emotional baggage. That baggage has a tendency to negatively affect the new relationship and eventually doom the new relationship adding more doubts and baggage to the next. This culminates in an avalanche of bad relationships with seemingly no end. In Alternate Reality, Ross uncovers the secret to overcoming the avalanche in a comical and down to earth way, sharing wisdom about life, how he ruined every great relationship he had, and how to treat people. Ross is a great story teller with a great story to tell. Join in with his adventure and his mistakes during life.
About the author:
A Master Electrician living with Sociopathy for over 35 years Steve Ross has cracked the code on how to live as a functioning part of society with this mental disorder and is intent on helping the rest of the world. Steve Ross grew up in a dysfunctional home in the hills of Georgia and joined the US Navy at the age of 19. After more than 8 years of service as a Naval Nuclear Power Plant Electrician, he focused on an electrical career as a Journeyman Electrician and eventually became a Master Electrician. The decision to write his story came after a family reunion where he (for the first time) shared with his family not only that he was a sociopath, but how he became one. Alternate Reality is Steve Ross’ first published book$15.00
When darkness and despair finds its way to your door, how will you handle it? And He Said, “Praise Me” will give you a glimpse of the amazing love and spirit of God as He works to turn a life-threatening experience into a life-saving testimonial. You will see how God can take your tragedy and use it to transform, bless, and refresh your spirit and those around you. See how He blesses those who can give thanks out of their suffering (Hebrews 13:15). Learn how to have an “attitude of gratitude” in the good times and the bad.
Penny Meyer Hovda, a native of Stanley, North Dakota, is a registered dental hygienist living in Johnstown, Colorado. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005, resulting in four surgeries, months of chemotherapy and a year of Herceptin treatments. She witnessed first-hand the manifestation of God’s blessings through her obedience of sacrificial praise to Him which is the basis of her book, And He said, “Praise Me”! She speaks and writes how “letting go” and “letting God” through trust, obedience, and praise allows His intentions to become your reality. Penny has been married for 35 years to Tim. Their loves include daughter Lindsay, son-in-law Jon, and their four beautiful grandchildren.$9.99
One phone call hurt Rosalie so much. Bob's boss told her that her brother has to retire because he wasn't as reliable as he used to be, and the company didn't want to be liable for any accident caused by his disability. She couldn't believe that the company whom Bob served for forty years treated him like a thing—he was dispensable. Nonetheless, she agreed that her brother has to retire.
Robert “Bob” Contino was diagnosed with a mild case of “schizophrenia,” or as Dad used to say, “A tip of the iceberg. A tip,” as a young man, and Rosalie knew that taking care of her sixty-one-year-old brother would be a challenge. She noticed her brother's limping, but Bob was more physically sick than she thought. As laboratory tests were administered to him, more and more ailments manifested themselves–some even fatal. For the love of Bob, Rosalie put off many of her plans to take care of him as she has vowed to their deceased parents.
He annoyed her with his sarcasm and impertinence, but looking back at her brother's life and the painful experiences he had to endure, she put everything into its proper perspective and remembered Bob fondly, as she reflects on the lessons.$9.99–$24.99
“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” – Kahlil Gibran.
On the heels of a childhood peppered with sordid betrayal and upheaval, a young woman teeters on the edge of oblivion. She is carried away by the tumult into an adulthood of broken marriages, drug addiction, and years mired in the struggle with the foster care system-both in it and fighting to retrieve her children from it. Assault of the Innocent tells her story from those rocky beginnings to the ultimate success of emerging whole from the morass.$9.99
About the author:
Author Kenneth F. Kister, a freelance writer with a master’s degree from the Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science in Boston, Massachusetts, has worked in several Florida libraries and taught as an adjunct instructor.
Ken has also written the definitive biography of Eric Moon, one of the most important Anglo-American Librarians in the 20th Century.$2.99–$10.41
Driving a herd of Holstein calves to spring pasture, walking to a one-room country school, traipsing through fields of tall corn to pull huge weeds or flying over the farmstead with his twin brother as pilot of a Piper Cub – all were among experiences this veteran newspaper writer and editor tells about in a book about growing up on an Iowa farm in the 1950s and early 1960s. It’s a time now past, when farm kids argued about whose dads owned the most powerful tractors and how the family showed off products of their Grundy County soil at the Iowa State Fair.
About the Author:
Lawn Griffiths was a columnist, reporter and editor for 40 years in daily newspapers including 12 years with the Waterloo (Iowa) Courier where he was farm editor and Rural at Random columnist, which inspired this book. His last 28 years were with Arizona dailies. He earned a journalism degree from Iowa State University and master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University. He served in the Peace Corps and U.S. Army. Lawn earned 80 writing or community leadership awards. His blog is Lawn Cares: Someone Has to Say It (Tempelawn.wordpress. com). He edits manuscripts, is a community volunteer and lives in Tempe, Arizona.$2.99–$25.99