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Are you looking for a book with a message that touches your heart, inspires your children to follow their dreams and, most importantly tells a true story? You will get all these and much more with this book that tells the story of the fascinating life of Dr. Jane Goodall, primatologist and messenger of peace. It's an inspiring story that leads the reader through an incredible journey that shows that our dreams can come true. We should never forget that a dream has the power to nurture our will...
Ecstasy is the only thing on Clio’s mind. Specifically, ecstasy as portrayed in the Renaissance art of Italy. Clio is a shy art history doctoral student, clinging to her last chance at achieving the college degree of her father’s dreams, when she meets fast-living, sexy Italian architect Guillermo. They come from two different worlds, but share a deep passion for history and beauty.
Kate is a survivor. Fifteen years after her breakdown, Kate has built a successful career as a family mediator, specializing in couple’s reconciliation. In fact, she’s about to receive a prestigious award for her accomplishments. Her latest mediation brings together a young couple on the brink of divorce, and only Kate’s expertise and sensitivity can save them. It also, unexpectedly, reconnects her with former lover Simon Sharpe, who represents the high and the low points of her life,...
What is the price of sacrifice, when love is the prize? Alexa is a gifted architect. She grew up watching her mother pay a heavy price for love, at the loss of her freedom, her creativity and her identity– a price Alexa swore she would never pay. She spent her youth helping her working mom take care of their home, her sick father and her six younger siblings. Now nothing will stand in the way of her success.
I retired as an Assistant Field Office Director from the Dept. of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement division, after a 31 year career. Recently, I decided to write a story which is loosely based on actual events I was involved in, which took place the week following the 9/11 disaster in NYC.
In 'How to Write for Success: Best Writing Advice I Received.' multi-genre, award-winning writer, Brenda Mohammed shares with new and aspiring authors her knowledge gained over the years. The book begins with her trials, errors, and successes, and moves on to the essentials of writing a book to which readers will gravitate.
A Place for Starr follows 'Starr', a very brave girl and her family as they break the cycle of violence and leave an abusive home. This healing story helps children understand that family violence is not their fault, and they can tell adults or friends about their plight. Through Starr, children learn that there are other families just like theirs that suffer from abuse.
Billy lives like a prince with his mum, eating all the feasts and treats a boy could want. He doesn’t know much about people and places because she never lets him out. One day, he wakes up peckish and sneaks off for a snack. But what begins as a trip to town becomes a search for a new friend and the start of a magical journey…
Mental illness can cause hallucinations; so how can you determine a delusion from the real thing? Rose Compton moved into her family’s old lumber baron mansion, looming near the edge of a Lake Michigan cliff. She loves her adult children and will do anything for them, except move out of Raven’s Ridge. Spooky and menacing events make her wonder if she is developing dementia like her deceased mother, or if a ghost is haunting the estate.