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A BOY'S SOLITARY ISOLATION PART I By Adam Powell
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"We are all weird, we may not notice it in ourselves but we are by means of expression in a behavioral manner, we are all different by default and by birth for that is what makes us unique. We self-doubt ourselves because society is pressuring us to heavy for us to cope and to readjust ourselves back into our old selves. Whenever you come in contact with people, just think of what you’ve learned here in this book and it will aid and guide you. " - the Author
A Brief History of Louis Ephraim Stradling and Eleanor Nichols Louis E Stradling
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A brief History of Louis Stradling and Eleanor Nichols
a cobra in my bathroom and a cheetah in my tree... Barbara Macy
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ISBN: 9781642541007
Wanderlust... that's why the author took off for adventures in Africa. She spent four years in Botswana and one year in Eritrea-- then war broke out and they were evacuated. Live the life of an ex-pat without leaving home... sit back, enjoy... and just go!
A Collection of Short Stories Erv Fallin
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These short reflect many of my experiences throughout life. Writing them has shown me much about myself and the mysterious paths that life takes us on. I'm glad that I can now have a chance to share some of my most memorable thoughts and feelings with my friends and family.
A Collection of Stories, Thoughts and Moments Howard and Sherry Schultz
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When I was young and in my prime I used to do things all the time. Now I am old and to save my life I met a girl who is now my wife. I am not Shakespeare but I like who I am. Hope you like who you are, for that is the secret of an enjoyable life. I think that I am getting better all the time. Except I am much slower now, I don`t hear as well. I can`t remember things any more. I hurt in places where I didn't even have places before. But life is good. And my love for you is deep. A smile every day. -Howard Schultz This is a collection of stories from my adoptive Grandparents, Howard and Sherry Schultz. Two amazing people who ended up settling down in Netarts, Oregon for the las ...
A Criminological Perspective of the Life of Jesus Christ Robb Elton
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Most of what we know of the life of Jesus comes to us from four Gospels in the New Testament, specifically, the Synoptic Gospels of Mark, Matthew, and Luke. These books present a more human, historical view of Jesus. The Gospel of John, much different, provides the view of a divine Jesus. These four Gospels are unique endeavors regarding Jesus' social situations, his loved ones, and his reactions to stress. In this study I looked at Jesus' behavior through the Synoptic Gospels, and analyzed Jesus' behavior against the field of criminology. My hope is that we derive more of Jesus' motivation and social situation than what one typically accepts. This is but one view, under a small ...
A Cross Bearer's Deliverance Mary Ann Dodson
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A Cross Bearer's Deliverance is a memoir of my life beginning in poverty stricken 1950’s Danville,Virginia and chronicles my experiences as I was moved up and along the east coast growing up in Boston,Massachusetts.While constructing my story it brought forth memories I suppressed of love, betrayal, devotion and revelation shown through those closest to me. It demonstrates that even though everything in my surroundings suggest I go on a self deprecating journey........I choose one of enlightenment. Join me on that journey!
A Cup of Coffee Carol Thuy Pham
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A sister Joyce Pham visiting from afar in Germany after her years of education to become a PHD brings home her Caucasian fiance to introduce to the family in the heart of one summer_estival wedding. They are all grown up now after 27 years living in America having been an immigrant here. Years have elapsed and brothers and sisters have transcend to be mother and father of the new generation their parents cope with the transitions. Joyce is going to expand their lineages to include a new race in the traditional family and pass on the generation degenerating xenophobia. What is the right pathway than tradition? Commuting afar to find employment and marrying or sojourning nearby where ...
A Date With Destiny; A Sex-Trafficking Story of Survival Eleana M Lukes BES, MS
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Author Eleana M Lukes is in the process of editing the second book in the trilogy which highlights her true story of resiliency and survival while being trapped in a life of sex-trafficking here in the USA. The second book is titled “Don’t Call Me Destiny, That Is Not My Name,” and will be available July 11th 2020. The second book is a great follow-up to the first book "A Date With Destiny." The final book in the trilogy is “Just Call Me Blessed” which ties together her transition from victim, to survivor, to thriver. Eleana was trafficked by then called, one of the and still may be, biggest prostitution rings in United States History. The Notorious Evans Family out of Minneapolis M ...
A Dawg’s Gotta Run… Country Boy Goes West! Harold S. Thompson
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Book 2 (Color Version) of Harold Sinclair Thompson's collection of stories of growing up in Mississippi. Harold, now 101, has moved to Colorado and is enjoying life in a new place. He is a model of living happily with diversity and being a friend to all. His forward reads: "Notice: Don’t use this book to learn how to spell. ... I really can’t waste any more time trying to find how to spell a word – I know what it means, so why bother? So, from now on, I’m writing my own dictionary. Come to think about it, what did they know about what a word means? Anyway, you need to guessoligy sometimes. Look it up in Webster’s and see what you get. ... That’s enough time, give it your ow ...

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