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By La Vellea Samot
A Time to Remember takes you on a captivating, gut-wrenching, and sometimes tear-jerking journey through history through the eyes of a survivor of slavery, sexism, and an educational system hell-bent on holding up the progress of one helpless little black girl named La Vellea Samot. Filled with undeniable historical truths and unbelievable evil family plots of the good, bad, and ugly times of the south, it'll have you ready to pick up a peace sign and head to the frontlines of justice. Readers will champion La Vellea Samot on as she keeps hope alive through all the twists and turns, setups, and drawbacks experienced while raised on a plantation in Mississippi.
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By Arian Simone
Imagine that 87% of Americans admitted that they are not happy on their jobs. Yet, they continue to work 40 hours on a job they do not love; all while giving up hope on their dreams. After graduating from college, gainfully employed, Arian never would have imagined that she would lose that job after only one month. In this book, Arian Simone transparently shares her Fabulous & Fearless Journey, her Homeless to Hollywood story as an inspiration for all to continue to pursue their destiny despite obstacles. From living in her car to owning her own company, Arian hopes that by sharing her journey she will inspire, encourage and motivate others to never give up on their future and live fearlessly!
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By Bob Norwood
I was just finishing hanging my sign over the doorway to my office. It looked so good to me, and I was ready to start seeing patients, but so far none had come in. Contemplating my next move, all of a sudden my first patient knocked on my door. I opened the door and invited him in. He was a farmer and he said, “Doc, I need you to follow me quick to my place.” When we stopped our horses, I got off my horse and started toward the house. The farmer said the problem is in the barn, as he opened the barn door. I wasn’t quite sure what he was talking about, but when I walked in, I could see the problem. A cow was in a stall with a dirt floor that hadn’t been cleaned in many days. It was full of filth and manure. I said, “Why did come to me?” The farmer said, “I have tried to get all my neighbors to help me, but no one would help. I went to all the doctors I knew, and they wouldn’t help me. I heard you were a new doctor in town, so I thought you might come.” I was really mad. Is this what I studied long hours for? Is this going to be my life as a country doctor? Would it come to this? But I knew the farmer didn’t know what he was doing, and he was going to lose a good cow and a calf. The farmer was almost crying. I looked over at the farmer and asked, “Have you ever pulled a calf before?”
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By Angela Preston
In May 2014, I decided to quit the job that had run through my veins for so long and I loved so much. Up until a few months before, I still woke up every day thankful I had landed the role I wanted more than anything. I had worked my way up from grassroots level and knew the ins and outs of the job. This was necessary if I was to be successful. I felt I had to be effective not just for myself, but also for the divisional manager, who had believed in me and given me my chance. My work ethic had been instilled in me from a little girl, coming from a family of six girls, four of which were older than me. They along with our parents had shown me what you can achieve from working hard, but my hunger to succeed started at an early age. From as far back as I can remember, I didn’t take losing very well, so more often than not, I studied and practiced every game we played, giving me that edge all the time, ensuring I won most of the time, and this still continues today.
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By Angela Preston
In May 2014, I decided to quit the job that had run through my veins for so long and I loved so much. Up until a few months before, I still woke up every day thankful I had landed the role I wanted more than anything. I had worked my way up from grassroots level and knew the ins and outs of the job. This was necessary if I was to be successful. I felt I had to be effective not just for myself, but also for the divisional manager, who had believed in me and given me my chance. My work ethic had been instilled in me from a little girl, coming from a family of six girls, four of which were older than me. They along with our parents had shown me what you can achieve from working hard, but my hunger to succeed started at an early age. From as far back as I can remember, I didn’t take losing very well, so more often than not, I studied and practiced every game we played, giving me that edge all the time, ensuring I won most of the time, and this still continues today.
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By Lacy Megan (Midkiff) Martinez
“My Testimony” is about God’s faithfulness throughout my life. I’ve had to overcome relationship issues, infertility, lack of money, leaving my family, losing my house, losing two “daughters” that I wanted to adopt, and all kinds of other things that my journey has had, but God has been here for me every step of the way, even when I didn’t see Him working. This book is about overcoming life’s situations and problems by praying, persevering, and trusting them into the hands of God, our Father! Lacy
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By Mitchell Deaver
Following Railway Boy and Railway Man Mitchell Deaver now describes in Transatlantic Railwayman his adventures as a former British Railways employee thrust into the midst of American railroading. Mitchell Deaver begins a new career in 1989 with the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad, where he learns the rudiments of American railroading: hand signals, radio use and how to couple and uncouple freight cars. Hundred-car coal trains are an important aspect of work on this short line. In 1994 Mitchell Deaver moves to Conrail, where he trains to become a conductor on long-distance freight trains serving the cities of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. He masters territory totalling 780 route miles that includes thirty-two different yards and that stretches through the states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He relishes humorous exchanges with fellow workers. He becomes familiar with railroading terms of jitney, deadheading, footboard relief and thirty-day bump. He delights in railroad names of Karny, McCall’s Ferry, Monty, Pomeroy, Port Road, Shellpot, Tillys and Trenton Line. Ride the rails with Mitchell Deaver and share experiences that range from the puzzling and unsettling through the revealing and exhausting to the exciting and exhilarating-experiences that even include a revelation!
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By Michael Pilbro
In the year 1943, I might have seen some progress in the fight against Nazi Germany, but bombs were still falling on the city in which I lived. Amidst this chaos, I entered the world on April 29, 1943, and began a life, which offered much variety and a fair degree of excitement. The work in a government agency, the years volunteering as a special police officer, the several failed marriages, and the finding of my birth family following my early adoption kept me extremely occupied for most of my life. I soon began to learn what life was all about. There were never any easy answers, and I resented the suggestion that I was just lucky! All I needed in my early years was, admittedly, some sweets and comics and sufficient entertainment to keep me happy. Later, life became harder and, often, decidedly unhappier. This is perhaps where I should begin. My life was amusing and sad in equal proportions, but above all, it represents a genuine account of a very average life lived by many in a very ordinary environment that seemed to answer more questions than were ever posed.
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By Lacy Megan (Midkiff) Martinez
“My Testimony” is about God’s faithfulness throughout my life. I’ve had to overcome relationship issues, infertility, lack of money, leaving my family, losing my house, losing two “daughters” that I wanted to adopt, and all kinds of other things that my journey has had, but God has been here for me every step of the way, even when I didn’t see Him working. This book is about overcoming life’s situations and problems by praying, persevering, and trusting them into the hands of God, our Father! Lacy
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By R. C. Cline

The book is a true story about an American Flier who flew 29 missions over Germany in World War Two.

The story is about combat. It chronicles the experiences of a ordinary man who fought in the “trenches of the sky” and survived the perils of “No Man’s Sky.”

Based on the life of Staff Sergeant J. Emerson Krieger, the story reveals his diary, letters, photos and personal records as it chronicles his life as a Waist Gunner. He was the youngest man in his crew and he volunteered to fly in a B-17 Bomber.

http://www.nomanssky.info/


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By R. C. Cline

The book is a true story about an American Flier who flew 29 missions over Germany in World War Two.

The story is about combat. It chronicles the experiences of a ordinary man who fought in the “trenches of the sky” and survived the perils of “No Man’s Sky.”

Based on the life of Staff Sergeant J. Emerson Krieger, the story reveals his diary, letters, photos and personal records as it chronicles his life as a Waist Gunner. He was the youngest man in his crew and he volunteered to fly in a B-17 Bomber.

http://www.nomanssky.info/


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By Mitchell Deaver
Following Railway Boy and Railway Man Mitchell Deaver now describes in Transatlantic Railwayman his adventures as a former British Railways employee thrust into the midst of American railroading. Mitchell Deaver begins a new career in 1989 with the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad, where he learns the rudiments of American railroading: hand signals, radio use and how to couple and uncouple freight cars. Hundred-car coal trains are an important aspect of work on this short line. In 1994 Mitchell Deaver moves to Conrail, where he trains to become a conductor on long-distance freight trains serving the cities of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. He masters territory totalling 780 route miles that includes thirty-two different yards and that stretches through the states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He relishes humorous exchanges with fellow workers. He becomes familiar with railroading terms of jitney, deadheading, footboard relief and thirty-day bump. He delights in railroad names of Karny, McCall’s Ferry, Monty, Pomeroy, Port Road, Shellpot, Tillys and Trenton Line. Ride the rails with Mitchell Deaver and share experiences that range from the puzzling and unsettling through the revealing and exhausting to the exciting and exhilarating-experiences that even include a revelation!
FORMAT: Softcover
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By Michael Pilbro
In the year 1943, I might have seen some progress in the fight against Nazi Germany, but bombs were still falling on the city in which I lived. Amidst this chaos, I entered the world on April 29, 1943, and began a life, which offered much variety and a fair degree of excitement. The work in a government agency, the years volunteering as a special police officer, the several failed marriages, and the finding of my birth family following my early adoption kept me extremely occupied for most of my life. I soon began to learn what life was all about. There were never any easy answers, and I resented the suggestion that I was just lucky! All I needed in my early years was, admittedly, some sweets and comics and sufficient entertainment to keep me happy. Later, life became harder and, often, decidedly unhappier. This is perhaps where I should begin. My life was amusing and sad in equal proportions, but above all, it represents a genuine account of a very average life lived by many in a very ordinary environment that seemed to answer more questions than were ever posed.
FORMAT: Softcover
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By Royal Chanel
About life, I grew up going through and dealing with different situations that were very traumatizing. From being a little girl growing to a woman, facing the challenges fighting through obstacles in life. I have struggle through domestic violence and have lived in a cold world. How I had to stay strong and thrive, not letting anyone, not even my own spiteful mother, get in my way. Story with some poetry added.
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By Royal Chanel
About life, I grew up going through and dealing with different situations that were very traumatizing. From being a little girl growing to a woman, facing the challenges fighting through obstacles in life. I have struggle through domestic violence and have lived in a cold world. How I had to stay strong and thrive, not letting anyone, not even my own spiteful mother, get in my way. Story with some poetry added.
FORMAT: Softcover
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