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By Jerry King
Through first-hand knowledge of “Coach”, as a student, player and Son, he presents his Father as an amazing and innovating teacher, as well as a coach who is in the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.
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By Samantha Sims
The FAA and the union had concealed their environment behind their nondisclosure clauses. Samantha Sims survived the toxic environment to get her story out in the open. With the nondisclosure clause missing from her out-of-court settlement with the FAA, she is no longer helping the bullies to keep their secrets anymore. Samantha shares her journal so that others still caught in the system can get the relief they deserve.
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By B. J. Derton
In January of 2000, at the age of fifty-two, I underwent a fairly simple surgery to remove fibroids. I came out six hours later without fibroids but with a diagnosis of ovarian cancer stage 3c. They said it was a sarcoma on my right pelvic wall and was a very rare type—aggressive, high grade, with no protocol for treatment. I was told I had from six months to five years with no forecast on a quality of life during that time. Upon being released from the hospital, I set out to map a wellness plan, to keep track of all my medical tests, blood draws, CT scans, x-rays, and surgeries. I felt if I had control of my life, I could control my future. I gave myself the right to have hope. Hope to track, control, and fight this with everything I could. I knew I trusted my doctor with my body, but I needed to give myself hope to control my visions, anxiety, and emotions and how I treated myself. So I devised a fighting plan. I became my own health advocate. I kept up with all my tests results, my blood draws, my surgeon’s reports and kept a paper trail. After my twenty-two-month journey, I was pronounced NED on September 11, 2001. I kept my catheter in for two and half years for a just-in-case moment, and then for my Christmas present to myself, I had it removed in my surgeon’s office. That day was when I knew I had made it. I accepted my positive attitude, my plan, and the fact to feel the self-control and not let something control you doesn’t define who you are. A great friend told me that “cancer is only a word, not a sentence,” and I proved him right!
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By Mary McCarthy
The news felt like a punch in the gut. I cried in disbelief as the doctor told me what they found. In the blink of an eye, my world turned upside down. My husband brought me to the Emergency Room after I experienced a seizure. The hospital staff did scans, tests, and a biopsy, and now the doctor told me I had an inoperable brain tumor. The name of my nemesis was Oligoastrocytoma, Grade 3. My husband and I used the CaringBridge website to keep family and friends informed on how I was doing. A Pilgrimage of Hope, A Story of Faith and Medicine, is my story chronicling the challenges in trying to triumph in the battle for my life. The memoirs capture the frightening details in a crash course with cancer and the possible treatments for this disease. Despite the cancer diagnosis, I found myself being called closer to God. I wanted to share my physical and spiritual journey with others so that when they are challenged, they will have some guidance in how to respond. With recovery in mind, my spiritual growth deepened as I aligned my will with the will of God. A pilgrimage to the Holy Land at the end of my treatments fulfilled my yearning for a greater understanding of Christ. I shared the details of my trip to the Holy Land on my CaringBridge site and in this book.
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By David Random
Gullible's Travels didn’t start out to be a book of short stories. It started out simply as my childhood. I didn’t know at the time that my trusting and gullible nature would lead to such interesting narratives. It just turned out that way. My naiveté colored my perceptions, my beliefs, and my reality, and my behavior was determined by what I thought I knew and what I chose to believe. Ordinary, everyday events, when reconsidered, become reminders of my childish sensibility. But all kids are a little gullible, right? Okay, show of hands. How many of you once believed that Fig Newtons were filled with ear wax? Just me? Alright then, how many of you thought there was an evil force lurking behind the TV test pattern? Anyone? How about derailing a freight train by placing a penny on the tracks? Am I the only kid who believed everything he was told? My entire childhood, it seems, was characterized by an eager and enthusiastic acceptance of outlandish hearsay, deliberately deceptive claims, and assorted urban legends. In sharing these stories I am heartened to learn that baby-boomers like myself are reminded of their own childhoods, while younger readers are sometimes surprised to learn about how things used to be “way back when.” So if you’d like to hear about a childhood that was slightly out of touch with reality, told often in the voice of the child who was there, let him tell you the one about... Gullible’s Travels
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By James Holder
On July 3, 1958, Arthur Milton and MJK Smith opened the batting for England in the third Test against New Zealand at Headingley. Coincidentally, Milton was the last Englishman to play football and cricket for England and Smith the last Englishman to play rugby and cricket for England. However, both before and after that Test in 1958, there have been a number of sportsmen and sportswomen who have represented their country in more than one sport. In this book are listed biographical details of 172 sportsmen and sportswomen, including some of whom are disabled, who have excelled at more than one sport. Some, such as CB Fry and Denis Compton, will be well-known; others, such as Aramugam Vijiaratnam, who represented Singapore in four sports and Ken Hough, who played three different sports for three different countries may be less well-known. But everyone listed has excelled at more than one sport and this book serves to recognize their achievements.
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By Samantha Sims
The FAA and the union had concealed their environment behind their nondisclosure clauses. Samantha Sims survived the toxic environment to get her story out in the open. With the nondisclosure clause missing from her out-of-court settlement with the FAA, she is no longer helping the bullies to keep their secrets anymore. Samantha shares her journal so that others still caught in the system can get the relief they deserve.
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By C. Richard Boland, MD
It is 1946, and a young man stares out his third-story apartment window. He has returned from the war with metastatic cancer and assumes he will die, leaving his wife and infant daughter behind. Instead, he lives another twenty-four years, raising a family of four children, before he succumbs to a second colon cancer. His son, the author, recognizes that there is a hereditary cancer syndrome in the family and resolves to solve the problem as a medical researcher. Eventually, hereditary colorectal cancer is recognized as a medical entity, and multiple genes responsible for this hereditary condition are isolated. However, the mutation responsible in the author’s family escaped detection. In 2001, his laboratory identifies the mutation responsible for the problem and develops a specific test for the family. This permits the mutation carriers to obtain life-saving care, altering the natural history of the disease for his family and others.
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By C. Richard Boland, MD
It is 1946, and a young man stares out his third-story apartment window. He has returned from the war with metastatic cancer and assumes he will die, leaving his wife and infant daughter behind. Instead, he lives another twenty-four years, raising a family of four children, before he succumbs to a second colon cancer. His son, the author, recognizes that there is a hereditary cancer syndrome in the family and resolves to solve the problem as a medical researcher. Eventually, hereditary colorectal cancer is recognized as a medical entity, and multiple genes responsible for this hereditary condition are isolated. However, the mutation responsible in the author’s family escaped detection. In 2001, his laboratory identifies the mutation responsible for the problem and develops a specific test for the family. This permits the mutation carriers to obtain life-saving care, altering the natural history of the disease for his family and others.
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By Laura Sorento
Laura Sorento grew up in a home filled with lies and abuse. At a very young age, her mother had an affair with a divorced man named Bruce, who had three children. Shortly after that, her mom convinced her husband, Anthony, to buy a large home with Bruce and his children. Her mom had managed to pull off this twisted arrangement for almost ten years, ending with Laura being abused, humiliated, violated, and emotionally abandoned. Bruce was so abusive and her mother was so caught up with this love affair that she lost sight of everything. She became a totally different mother than Laura knew, and the home soon became a dysfunctional nightmare. Laura often would be chased into her closet, where Bruce would abuse her. While she lay in her closet crying, she would wonder why her mom never helped her. Her mom knew about all of it, but she would always find fault with Laura. She felt abandoned by her mom and afraid to tell her dad. Why did she allow this to go on? As Laura cried in her closet, she made promises to herself and to her future children that she hoped to have someday. She promised to love and protect them at any cost.
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By B.J. Derton
In January of 2000, at the age of fifty-two, I underwent a fairly simple surgery to remove fibroids. I came out six hours later without fibroids but with a diagnosis of ovarian cancer stage 3c. They said it was a sarcoma on my right pelvic wall and was a very rare type—aggressive, high grade, with no protocol for treatment. I was told I had from six months to five years with no forecast on a quality of life during that time. Upon being released from the hospital, I set out to map a wellness plan, to keep track of all my medical tests, blood draws, CT scans, x-rays, and surgeries. I felt if I had control of my life, I could control my future. I gave myself the right to have hope. Hope to track, control, and fight this with everything I could. I knew I trusted my doctor with my body, but I needed to give myself hope to control my visions, anxiety, and emotions and how I treated myself. So I devised a fighting plan. I became my own health advocate. I kept up with all my tests results, my blood draws, my surgeon’s reports and kept a paper trail. After my twenty-two-month journey, I was pronounced NED on September 11, 2001. I kept my catheter in for two and half years for a just-in-case moment, and then for my Christmas present to myself, I had it removed in my surgeon’s office. That day was when I knew I had made it. I accepted my positive attitude, my plan, and the fact to feel the self-control and not let something control you doesn’t define who you are. A great friend told me that “cancer is only a word, not a sentence,” and I proved him right!
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By Samantha Lewis
“I Want My Darn Skates,” tells about the life of Samantha Lewis from about the age of nine years old throughout her life. God directs her to go back to that point in her life when she began her relationship with Jesus Christ and was introduced to the Word of God. It was also at that point in her life when she really wanted a pair of skates that she worked so hard for but she never got. The story goes from there on through her High School, which she does not graduate from because she marries and becomes pregnant. She enters the United States Air Force and later reenlists. She goes on to become a Commissioned Officer and is retired early from Active Duty because she became disabled. After she and her family returned to Birmingham, Alabama, she eventually gets back to work before having another child. Afterwards, her brother, Josh, moves in on her mother and begins to sell drugs. Samantha knows this brother is selling drugs because she is buying drugs from him. Another brother, Rufus, becomes part of an unsuccessful marriage and ends up on crack cocaine and living on the streets. Samantha is having seizures due to the tremendous amount of stress she is under, which causes her to lose her driver’s license, lose her job, and she feels as if she is losing her mind. She doesn’t know where to turn. Samantha cries out to God. God tells her that what she is going through sounds like a great story. Without any provocation, God tells her if she writes this story, that He will bless it. Watch God do what He said He would do. “God is not a man that He should lie nor the son of man that He should repent.” Watch God do what He said He would do.
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By James Bvone “Pete” Miller
A book that honors faith, family, friends and relationships...and especially the provident hand of God. There is no room for ongoing crippling self pity. There is no room for quitting because acquiring what one really wants often requires a man or woman with no quit in them. Winning what one really wants requires a certain passion which includes first, that sure knowledge of what one wants, secondly, a burning desire to achieve it and thirdly, a definiteness of purpose. (Definiteness of purpose means it is not enough to merely know what you want; you must know why you want it and how you are going to use it). Mr. Mathis advocates that in the Christian context one must be aware of just two primary concerns in regard to what one really wants: First, that what one wants is in God’s will and; secondly, that what one really wants comes from God’s well. There are many things out there to want that don’t come from God’s well, and if it doesn’t come from God’s well, it is not in God’s will. The final and one of the most important elements according to Mr. Mathis is that once all the preceding tests are met, and one is truly sure of what he or she wants with all their heart; then, one must become a part of what he or she really wants. One must lose his or her self in the pursuit. This is where creation and creator merge to become one. This is where a great horseman and a great horse merge into one continuous flowing motion to reach one common goal. This is the jockey Red Pollard and Seabiscuit merging and moving toward victory at Santa Anita Stakes, the comeback of not one but two heroes, who were injured and down but not defeated because their SPIRIT was stronger than any force of defeat. This is the wounded healer and Christ merging for the common goal of building God’s glorious Kingdom. This is what it’s all about in the Christian context. In the most explicit Christian context, it is one being baptized into Christ and fully submitting himself to God’s will and becoming one with Christ in the singleness of purpose of building God’s Eternal Kingdom. That one is in Christ and Christ is in him moving in God’s will toward the fulfillment of God’s will. That one has acquired what he wants most of all because what he wants most of all and what God wants most of all are one and the same -- fully synonymous!
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By One Carlos Eleazar
This book is all about sharing. Sharing one’s own experiences and realizations on what we can do to build a better world within our own spheres of influence. I do firmly believe that what ails the world right now is not material poverty. It is the spiritual deprivation of the important values in life that were not given emphasis in the fresh young minds of children.
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By Anita Dwyer
She will take you on a trip from growing up during the Great Depression, through her life, love, loss, and how life was in the ’40s, ’50s, and up to the present. You will be surprised at what an eighty-eight-year-old is willing to share: her grand exit on the deck of the USS Missouri Battleship, like where do babies come from, to preparing Thanksgiving (unprepared) dinner, having to say good-bye to her first love. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and give a big sigh wishing for more.
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