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Cut to the Bone, Part one Craig Bone
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Cut to the Bone is the autobiography of world renowned wildlife artist Craig Bone. Craig Bone was born in 1955 and raised in Salisbury, Rhodesia. He attended St. George’s College and went on to serve in the Rhodesian Light Infantry. He was wounded in combat and subsequently took to painting full time. Following the political turmoil in Zimbabwe, he left for the USA where he now resides. This is his first book.
Delivered and Healed On myway to Hell! Dr. Margaret Moore
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781633189935
A true story about growing up in the church and straying away. After an encounter with death knowing that I was on my way to hell from the church house, I totally surrendered my life to God.
Disco Kittens Inc. Story Collection CJ Feld, with help from Camden
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Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
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Written by CJ, who is quite possibly the greatest person who ever lived. Camden wrote a story in here, so he's pretty great also.
Dual Citizen Tramele Staples
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Dual Citizen records the true story of how a boy navigated this world, after he met the Tall Shiny Silver Figure when he was three years old. Having the scope of three books in one, the engaging narrative chronicles Tracy’s journey through childhood, Tracy’s intimate relationship with Him through his career and personal life as a black man, and ultimately answers the question, ‘How did you get here?’ from guests checking in to the Black Walnut Point Inn.
Dusty Trades Leland Personette
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ISBN: 9781620308639
Working or worked in a dusty trade? If you or a loved one has been exposed to workplace dust this is a must read. This book explains the long-term health hazards and the legal aspects of occupational lung illness. You will learn how to protect yourself around dust as well as how the legal system works and prepare a strategy to get compensated if you develop an occupational illness. This story is based on real life events of one family from the great depression to the state high court. A compelling eye-opening story that almost every working family can identify with and learn from.
Expressions Kristie A. Raburn
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ISBN: 9781682734049
Kristie Raburn is an on-line writer and editor for several web article sites, such as Yahoo, Textbroker, Bukisa, HubPages and FireHow.com. Born in Maryland, her parents moved back to California when she was two years old. Living most of her adult life in San Diego, the ocean is a favorite source of inspiration for her poetry. Her love of writing began early, writing her first story at age ten. After high school, she joined the Army and was stationed in Louisiana, the inspiration for her poem, “Army Days”. She later held jobs as a technical writer, legal writer and copyeditor. It was while working as a copyeditor, a friend told her about on-line writing, where Kristie discovered a fondnes ...
Eye of the Storm Cory R. Lunn
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ISBN: 9781620302682
Eye of the Storm Hurricanes, Adventures and Shipwreck in the Caribbean A man trying to reconnect with his parents on a sailing trip is caught in the path of a hurricane. At a remote Caribbean island, facing imminent shipwreck, the author finds himself struggling to survive inside the eye of the storm. A true story. Excerpt: “Hang on tight!” I shout over the roar of the storm. The inflatable dinghy suddenly drops into the trough of a wave. The crippled engine struggles to point the bow up the face of the next wave. It can barely push forward against the hurricane. Glancing down, I see that the boat is nearly full of water.
Faith on the March AH Macmillan
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From the pages of this book emerges a story of courage, of lives well spent, of self-sacrificing men who lived only for service to their God and to their neighbor. Here is evidence of hundreds of thousands of persons grasping and devouring knowledge, persons who are being rewarded with peace of mind and security of heart. These see and face the issue squarely: “Will you continue to support and bear up a system of things that has filled the earth with suffering, sorrow, sin and death? Or will you choose, and fit yourself for God’s love-filled new world?” Here is a story of faith tried and purified in the crucible, yet it is a joyful account filled with radiant optimism. Speaking of the h ...
Far from Julian Street Charles Stanley Stahl
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“The life of a person is not what happened, but what he remembers and how he remembers it.” So begins this unique journey that takes us from Denver and the American West in the 1930s and 40s to Israel in the 1960s where adventure, music and love blooms. Born into an immigrant Jewish family, Stanley Stahl strived to make his way in the world with a sense of adventure, a passion for music and true originality. "Far from Julian Street” offers a glimpse into a life well lived.
Florence Stories Magdalena Gallegos
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ISBN: 9780983965343
One thing I have wanted to do for many years is to put together a book featuring my mother Florence's stories. I want her spirit to live on through her folktales. Her stories are magical. My mother's legends have stayed with me all my life. I'm sure my brothers and sister heard the same yarns, but this book is written the way I remember them. I believe mom gave me her imaginative stories so I could write about them when I grew up. I wouldn't have written this book if I had not gone to college. I was in my forties and going to the University of Colorado at Denver when I discovered I had a talent for writing. One course I took in Women’s Studies was autobiographical writing. I began ...

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