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We’ve all got our issues! Maybe you feel like life just isn’t going your way, or you’re afraid that you don’t measure up to other people’s expectations. Perhaps you have a hard time managing your temper or have someone in your life you just can’t forgive. We deal with our “issues” every day in one form or another; the problem is, after a while, they start to feel . . . normal. Unchanging. Just part of who we are. And we forget that we have access to the power of Christ—a power that can transform our everyday weaknesses into our greatest strengths and gifts. In She’s Got Issues, Christian counselor, ministry leader, and regular mom Nicole Unice explores the ordinary issues that are keeping you from the full and free life you were meant to have. Applying years of counseling with practical scriptural teaching and a fresh and authentic voice, Nicole shows you how to let God freely shape your character—and transform your life from ordinary to abundant.
Christian counselor, ministry leader, and regular mom Unice explores the ordinary issues that are integral for a full and free life. Applying years of counseling with practical scriptural teaching and a fresh and authentic voice, Unice shows God freely transforms life from ordinary to abundant.
Book Summary and Analysis Where She Went (If I Stay, Book 2) Description/Summary:
Notice: This is not the actual book Where She Went by Gayle Forman. Do not buy this Summary & Analysis if you are looking for a full copy. This is a Summary & Analysis Where She Went by Gayle Forman. It had been three years since Mia Hall dumped her high school sweetheart Adam Wilde, and he still had no idea why. Mia was the lone survivor in a car crash that killed both of her parents and her younger brother. She had to get cosmetic surgery and leg surgery. Although she survived, as soon as she was conscious, she made the decision to leave Oregon. She was tired of the sympathetic looks after five months of getting an overload of it while she healed from surgery. Her luck at being accepted to Julliard came just in time. Where She Went is a sequel to Gayle Forman's "If I Stay" and though can be read independently, the problem is, it is so focused on Adam and Mia's troubled romance that character development is lacking for almost all of the characters. This might make the If I Stay a worthy read. After a troubling interview with a reporter who looked into Adam's past, the rock star was forced to make some tough decisions. Should he finally deal with his relationship issues with Mia, stick to groupies or cement his newer relationship with actress Bryn? This Analysis helps to decipher every aspect increasing your understanding of the book more than ever. Before leaving town one night for a huge concert, he made the impulsive decision to see Mia perform live. Three years later, he finally dealt with the emotions he'd had bottled up in his music and his dating life. Temperamental and confused, he knew his decisions would affect the state of the band, his celebrity life and his music. But is his happiness more important than his career? This Analysis of Where She Went fills the gap, making you understand more while enhancing your reading experience.
What if the narrator of The Devil Wears Prada was too busy changing her outfits to get upset by her boss? What if the Shopaholic got locked in Lucky's shoe closet? What if Plum Sykes had to get a real job? Find out in Stephanie Lessing's fabulous first novel about climbing the ladder (at a thinly–veiled fashion magazine) without breaking a sweat––or a heel. When Chloe gets her dream job as assistant to the assistant at Issues Magazine, she is in hog heaven. Her sister, however, is ready to keel over at the very thought of her own flesh and blood slaving away to further the patriarchy and sell cellulite cream. Chloe pays her sister's ranting no mind, which is exactly the same amount of attention she pays to her grasping, desperate boss and the swamp of office politics she's unknowingly waded into. Sure, filing pedicure receipts and making coffee exactly the same colour as a camel (one hump, not two) is hard work. But as long as she has a key to the shoe closet, how bad could things be? Well, bad. Chloe's bumbling lovability and miraculous gift for accessorizing has attracted just a tad bit too much attention, not only from the Editor–in–Chief and his boss, the Publisher, but also from a small but dogged group of underfed beauty editors who can't stand that they can't get a rise out of her. But when they publicly slander her, are they telling the truth? Has Chloe's sweetness been just an act that lets her steal shoes (lots of them), tell lies (whoppers) and undermine her idiot boss in the hopes of getting her job? Wouldn't you like to know?
The past few months have been hard on Ana White. After being seduced by her boss, fired from her job, and discovering she's pregnant, she's forced to give up her dream life in New York City and return home to Texas. Disgraced A-lister Ryan Black has spent the last six months pretending to be someone else and putting his bulging muscles to good use laboring on the ranch once treasured by Ana's late father. His little white lies and secret identity never seem to hurt anyone until he meets Ana and falls in love. After being betrayed, Ana had sworn to guard her heart, but Ryan isn't giving up so easily. He knows what he wants, and he'll do whatever it takes to make Ana his. Will Ryan's devotion be enough to allow love back into Ana's heart?
Book The Gospel According to Mamma Description/Summary:
The Gospel According to Mamma is a collection of twenty-one extraordinary lessons the author learned from her charming and captivating mamma. These “mamma teachings” are packed with sassy inspiration, practical insights and real-life anecdotes. Leaving Georgia with her mamma late one September night when her daddy was en route to end their lives marked the beginning of a lifetime of instruction. How to maintain faith in God and yourself, love the hell out of folks and be happy when there's no obvious reason to be are just a few of the messages you'll find in this book. PRAISE FOR THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO MAMMA “Annette’s first book is a winner! She picked the perfect subject – her irrepressibly joyous mother, who has given her daughter important and inspiring words of wisdom to cherish. If you yearn to help your daughter navigate life experiences with assurance and spunk, give her The Gospel According to Mamma.” —Mary Jo Beebe, coauthor of Jesus’ Healings and New Testament Healings “If only there were more mothers like Annette Bridges’ mamma: always encouraging, always believing the best of her children, a ‘steel magnolia’ whose motherly advice is based on the Bible and common sense. Remembering events in her own past, Annette gives us 21 valuable life lessons based on the wisdom of her indefatigable Southern mamma.”–Renee Corley, former editor at UPI’s religionandspirituality.com “Once you get to the end of reading about Mamma and her wonderful lessons, you will walk away a little wiser. Annette puts life in perspective. She lives a fulfilling life, just as her Mamma taught her. Whether to find your faith, believe in your self or master the ability to see the good in others, Mamma lessons help you find the positive. There is much to learn from these strong and inspiring women.” —SingleMom.com “A look into the heart and soul of Annette Bridges. It could be anyone’s story, but it couldn’t be told any better.” —Bob Belcher, Managing Editor, Corsicana Daily Sun “For anyone who has ever had a mother (and you know who you are), synthesizing that experience can leave many of us speechless. It is ‘good news’ that Annette Bridges is at no loss for words. She liberally shares her mom’s gospel in deep drafts of down-to-earth good sense and faith, liberally laced with Southern humor.” —Susan J. Cobb, author of Virgin Territory: How I Found My Inner Guadalupe “Irresistibly heartfelt. Perfect for all mothers and daughters, past, present and future!” —Jennifer Bridges, author’s daughter and Ph.D. student “I have been hearing stories about Nellie, Annette’s Mamma for the last 25 years. Annette makes you feel like you are sitting down with her in her ranch house or on that beach she talks about going to while she shares her Mamma with you from her perspective, with the insights she has gained over her lifetime. I hope you enjoy getting to know Nellie and Annette, 2 Georgia peaches transplanted to Texas. I love the way Annette brings the Bible into her daily life and shares it with us so that we can feel the love of God that is so present today in her life and illustrates how the Bible can show us how to go in ours. Way to go Girlfriend… you finally did it! You wrote a book and it’s a winner! I can’t wait to share this with my family and friends!” —Kathy Glover, friend to both Annette and her mamma
Book Marching to a Different Accordion Description/Summary:
Chase Banter had thought she'd adjusted completely to the demands of parenthood. She's not disconcerted by her four year-old daughter's budding genius, or the first encounter with the PTA. Her writing career has hit bumpy roads on her latest tour, though, and then things don't go so well when denizens of the PTA mention books and banning in the same sentence.Her BFF Lacey has a plan. It's simple: world-wide domination. Empower their inner lesbian superhero and take over. It's a Lesbian Nation rumble as they raise the forces of revolution. The PTA isn't going to know what hit them! Join Saxon Bennett on yet another Goldie Award winning wild ride through the quirky life of Chase Banter.
Underneath these gang tattoos beats a heart three times a year. I'm a slow puncture death, a murderer, a rapist, and a number. I killed my best friend. Death doesn't stalk me, it walks ahead of me by twenty-eight paces. I went home after I sold my soul to the devils. I thought life would begin, I was a free man, instead within days the bullets fly and my last hope dies with the slain. There is nothing left to live for in this world. I belong to the 28s, I'll always belong to the 28s. The woman across the road judges me, she hates me, and takes every opportunity to let me know it. Yet, somehow, when grief etched our names down in the book of the dead, we dared be bold enough to find love. I'm not a good man, and I'm not pretty. I come from the Cape Flats where my life was reduced to a prison cell number. In all this ugliness I found beauty, innocence, and forgiveness. I can't forgive myself for the crimes I've committed, but I'll die trying to earn hers. In a world where nothing matters, she does.
So...my name's Haily Long. Here are a few facts about me that you might find interesting: 1) I'm sixteen 2) I'm an absolute slave to coffee 3) My mom and I just ran away from home 4) And oh yeah, my new neighbors-they're vampires Yeah, that last one's kind of a surprise for me, too. I mean, vampires? That are real? This is real life, not fiction! And seriously, have you ever heard of a vampire who wears a bowtie and glasses? A werewolf who sits around reading books in trees? Sounds like I'm telling you a joke, right? Well, I'm not. It's all real. And sadly, so are the Really Nasty Monsters who happen to be chasing after said neighbors. They're bad news, they're apparently pretty powerful, and guess what? Now they're after me too. Sounds like it's going to be an interesting few days...
Rae Colbert's family is cursed and they have the scars to prove it. But no matter where they go the darkness always seems to follow. At the age of eight, Rae discovered a perfect way to protect her heart: a cold, hard, and unbreakable shell that has left her comfortable, numb, and detached from the world around her. For the past nine years, Rae's shell has protected her from pain, but when her parents move to a small town in Oklahoma and she meets the strangely familiar Alex Loving, everything that she has worked so hard to build begins to crumble. The story begins to unravel when Rae finds several tattered notes tucked away in an old family scrapbook. With only a few letters in hand, she sets out to discover the secrets of her past. In the process, she uncovers the source of her family's darkness and the true identity of the mysterious Alex Loving. Follow Rae as she finds a better way to protect her heart. Discover the light that breaks through the darkness and changes her world forever. This is a story about eternal love, a story about healing, and the story of Rae, a girl who finds her purpose buried deep beneath her pain.
Book Stop, Take a Breath, and Reassess Life Description/Summary:
Fatsani Dogani is a nurse, mother, and entrepreneur who balances her time between working and running her online fashion business. Her life was temporarily turned upside down when her husband was diagnosed with a spinal tumor that required high risk neurosurgery. This recent experience has given her a new perspective on life which has compelled her to write this book. She shares the lessons she has learned by being on the other side of the care spectrum
Simone is beautiful, sensual, intelligent, conversational... and in her own way, a hopeless romantic. She is also a vampire. And tonight, after decades of searching, she is about to take a mate. Her chosen one is a man named Ross Sherman, an unremarkable man who dislikes his job and has recently lost his true love. But he reminds Simone of someone from her past, and she has become obsessed with him. Love is blind, after all, for mortal and immortal alike. Ross Sherman passes from terrified victim to addicted lover to unquestioned master. He becomes Vampire. He learns the ways of the Undead--how to feed, how to harness the new powers at his disposal, how to interact with others of his own kind, and how to defend himself against those who would destroy him. Vampire Seductress explores the vampiric culture. It fleshes out the familiar myth to a chillingly acceptable reality. Ross and Simone seduce young innocents into murderous nocturnal trysts. Their short tempers explode with terrible violence. And their passion makes the pages flow with scarlet streams of ecstasy.
Divorcing her husband due to his infidelity, Sinclair befriends one of her ex-husband's lovers in an attempt to ruin her life, but when an unlikely bond forms between them, Sinclair must decide what is more important--revenge or friendship. Reprint.
Book Emma Wants to Be a Grown- Up Description/Summary:
One morning, Emma decided she simply did not want to be a kid anymore. She didn't want an early bedtime or have to sit in the back seat of the car, or be interrupted for dinner while playing hide-and-seek with her friends, or be told that unless she ate her vegetables, she would never grow up. But what happens when Emma starts to be a grownup and do grownup things? " Great book, great story, great lesson. My kids ages 6 and 9 enjoyed the story. It made them realize that being a kid is fun" -- Daniel. "A wonderful lesson in living in the NOW and not growing up before it is time. This was such a delight to read and the way Ms Alony put it together was perfect!Great book with beautiful illustrations, and my little niece gave it five stars!"-- Author Joyce L. Mitchel. "Excellent vocabulary" -- Kindle Costumer. Maria Alony creates high-quality, illustrated children's books that are not only fun and entertaining, but also contain an educational message and important values. As a mom herself, Maria reads picture books every night so that bedtime stories become part of her child's routine. She believes that reading children's books every day, for kids ages 4-8, is essential for developing language, fostering imagination, and promoting self-expression. When it comes to children, Maria knows that books are vital. Join Emma in the new edition of the children's book series "Emma and Everything" on her journey of self- discovery. As she learns to appreciate and love her life as it is, she discovers the beauty of being a kid. Scroll back up and and grab your copy now! This fully-illustrated picture book is a great read aloud for preschool children and is highly recommended as a self-read book for beginner readers as well.
Head of the personal safety division for Hawk Elite Security, Tan is serious about teaching his clients how to stay safe. But, with a file two inches thick confirming Elizabeth Whitney as a world champion athlete, he's prepared to take on his newest assignment as the vacation he hasn't had in over five years. A little instruction, a couple hockey games on the side, and he'll be on his way to the next spoiled rich kid.Elizabeth takes one look at Tancredo Byrnes and it doesn't matter that she can perform a triple lutz-toe loop blindfolded; clumsy becomes her middle name. Though trusting people outside her family has never been her strong suit, she finds herself drawn to the easy-going man who is supposed to make her into a superwoman. But she's been burned by those fickle feelings of attraction before and isn't about to let them ruin her life again.As their training intensifies, the threats to Elizabeth darken, and Tan realizes that what should have been a cake walk is a fight between life and death.
Sex, drugs, & Rock'n Roll. Those are the immortal words, photographer, Ed Brockton hates. Those are the words his girlfriend, Evelyn Winthrop lives by. Set in Oxford, England in 1987, Ed and Evelyn are having problems with their relationship. He wants no reminders of her past and disregards her singing career. Evelyn on the other hand, a free-spirit, wants more out of her relationship with her boyfriend of six years. Not satisfied by her latest recording sessions for Hero's Requiem, Evelyn sets forth to make her music right and places her relationship with Ed on the back burner. Along the way, something from her past appears once more. It's something Ed never knew about and can't erase. Now, it's re-entered her life in a big way and delivers what Ed could never give her.
We're told at a young age that words can never hurt us, but I've learned over the years that it's not true. Some words can break us so badly that we never fully recover from them. Goodbye being the worst of all. As a young adult I was forced to say goodbye to my father. Losing him broke me in a way I never thought I'd recover from... until I met Ryan. Ryan Mitchell was the balm my soul needed to heal. He filled my life with happiness, love, and affection. He made me want things I didn't think I ever would, and the dreams I'd said goodbye to years before didn't seem so lost anymore. He taught me to live life to the fullest, and open myself to love. I didn't think anything could bring me down from the high he kept me on... but I was wrong. Life sometimes throws us curveballs that we can't explain. It tests us and pushes us harder than we can ever imagine. I didn't think I'd survive the crash, but I did. Sometimes goodbye can be beautiful and it was...with Ryan. This book is intended for adult readers. It contains profanity and graphic sexual encounters. It may not appropriate for readers under the age of 17.
Cammie It's been ten years since I've seen him. Ten years. I have no idea what he's doing, where he's been or if he's even still single. Have I thought about him over the years? Of course. Absolutely. But that doesn't mean anything, right? Just because you think about the boy you used to be in love with doesn't mean you're still in love with them now. Does it? Dalton I haven't seen her in ten years. She's the whole reason I'm even coming to this reunion. If it wasn't for her, I would have stayed home. I made mistakes back in high school. Hell, I was just a kid then. But I'm here to right my wrongs, tell her I'm sorry and win her back. She changed my whole life and she doesn't even know it. It's time she knew.
This book is the outstanding and most frequently cited work in the field of Anthropology. It made the author world-famous and established her as the leader in her field for the next 50 years. One of the reasons this book became so famous was her observation that young Samoan women deferred marriage for many years while enjoying casual sex before eventually choosing a husband. This led to the Sexual Revolution that swept America in the 1960s and brought about the establishment of the Sexual Freedom League and other organizations. The Free Love generation idolized Margaret Mead.