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A Life's Journey Dick Webber
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ISBN: 9781633188730
This is a story about the Richard Webber family. Written for future generations of our family to know abut the life and times of the 20th and 21st centuries in the experiences of our family. Our Webber family is descended from Paul Webber (Weber) of Magdeburg, Germany,born 1556, who emigrated to Ireland in 1600.
A memoir to my mom!! We Laughed!! by Cecile Jr. and Cecile Sr.
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Size: 6.69" x 9.61"
Binding: Spiral Bound
ISBN: 9781946634993
THIS BOOK ID DEDICATED TO MY BEST FRIEND; MY MOM! ALTHOUGH SHE IS WITH THE FATHER SHE WILL LIVE IN MY HEART FOREVER!
A Mother's Cry Esquire Publications
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Paralyzed in a 15 year abusive marriage, abandonment was the only way out...if he didn't kill them first. True story about a woman's silence with fear from a physically abusive marriage that led to homelessness, suicidal ideation and new beginnings.
A MYTHIC VOYAGE COLOR EDITION MIKIS HASSON
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An amazingly magical, real life adventure of complete transformation from betrayal, depression, illness, obesity and desperation to a mythic voyage through shamanism, the Amazon jungle, real magic, falling in love, sages and wizards, the Grandmother Ayahuasca, the human psyche and the heart. On the way, it led to clear, intuitive answers to questions like what is the soul, what is enlightenment , who are we as human beings and why do we exist, and why does the universe exist, but more importantly to a clear, practical method to achieving happiness, open heart and a mythical life. A life of choice, a life of destiny through systematically becoming architects of our own programming, walkin ...
A New Leaf Sarah Grace
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Sarah Grace was transformed from an abused child into an awesome woman. She shows you how to recognize the signs of abuse & be an Overcomer!
A Pilgrim's Progress C.G. Riedel
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ISBN: 9780578463452
This documents the life of C.G. Riedel, as he viewed himself, as a pilgrim in his progress through his life, with a view toward eternity. What he gained in understanding was that the pursuit, not the achievement, is what it is all about. He was loved and hated, but no one ignored him when he was present. As an international businessman, he earned a fortune 3 times, and lost it three times. His love of his fellow human being was immense. He died with his boots on.
A Reflection Stewart Bell
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WWII Veteran who served on the U.S.S. Wasp. Follow his journey from being born on a stormy night in rural Oklahoma, to the battle of Midway, and his successful post war career. Uplifting story of a great man, father and grandfather.
A Sailor's Tale: Childhood to Master Chief Master Chief Donald E. Davis
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This is a biograpghy of my grandfather's childhood that led him to become the best Master Chief in the United States Navy.
A Story of a Geek Steve Wilson
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This autobiography was written by the author himself. It follows his life which was dedicated to understanding technology and the universe but not the people in it. He wasn't able to do small talk until he was older, like in his 70's. He had no relationships with girls at all in high school. Excerpts: She was wearing a tightly pleated skirt... the guy asked her, "How do you iron that?" She became animated and told him, and their conversation took off. I could never have thought of an opening line like that. Even if I did, I would dismiss it as silly and not say it. Even if I said it and listened to her animated reply, I probably would have responded, "That's interesting." I would all ...

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