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By Ben Matich
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By Morrocco Ramadan
This book is a representation of "A woman's growth from adolescence to Adulthood, along with the struggle's, hardships, and fulfillment she obtaining through seeking spirituality, friendships, and love". Reading this book, will definitely amaze, excite and satisfy both your curiousity and thirst; along with stimulate your senses through this book adventure! So, just get ready & enjoy the ride.
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By Mikel W. Dawson
When you’re on the downhill side of life, what things do you think about? This is one of the questions crossing the mind of Mikel W. Dawson. The author has experienced many facets of life, and now wants to raise questions and give a little advice on how to approach the turns in life’s road. Thoughts of a Crazy Old Man also answers a lot of question that readers have asked since his previous book Guide’s Life. This book doesn’t just cover one subject, but many things common to us all. Life, weather, work, women, politics, religion, and kids are just a few of the topics Mikel expounds on and gives some advice, telling what he’s learned over the years and the things he’s done. Thoughts of a Crazy Old Man isn’t meant to provide all the answers, but rather give insight on how one man has dealt with the things common folk experience every day. If you want to find out how a guy growing up in Southwest Idaho in the late ‘50s and who graduated high school in the 70’s figured out his own answers, grab a drink, pull up a comfortable chair, and put on your reading glasses. Get ready for Thoughts of a Crazy Old Man.
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By David S. Smith
David S. Smith. The son of Stan and Lily and brother to Avril, David was born into a war torn Birmingham in the middle of an air raid in 1940. Shortly after his birth their home was hit by enemy action and this provides the conclusion of this book. His recollection of the stories told by his Mother are brought vividly to life. Many of these tales were written down by Lily in a little blue book, in the latter part of her life. Her story bridges the period from her birth in 1911 and covers the two wars ending in 1945. David has also written a collection of two volumes of short stories. His career has covered the marketing of regional newspapers, running companies as diverse as West End theatre ticketing to computer systems and fashion magazines. He ran his own marketing and PR agency for over 20 years before entering into the world of local politics becoming leader of Lichfield District Council. He was responsible for the construction and early development of the Lichfield Garrick Theatre and made a major contribution to the economic development of the district. He was Chairman of the West Midlands Local Government Association together chaired the West Midlands Regional Assembly. David is married and has two children and three grandchildren.
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By Morrocco Ramadan
This book is a representation of "A woman's growth from adolescence to Adulthood, along with the struggle's, hardships, and fulfillment she obtaining through seeking spirituality, friendships, and love". Reading this book, will definitely amaze, excite and satisfy both your curiousity and thirst; along with stimulate your senses through this book adventure! So, just get ready & enjoy the ride.
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By "Popeye" Jones
I was pointing my service revolver at him and ordering him to drop the machete but suddenly he charged me, swinging the machete at my head. I fired one shot and saw the bullet make a hole in his shirt and blood start to trickle out. When the gun went off it sounded like a cannon! I couldn’t believe how loud it was. The guy never even staggered, he just stood there! The look in his eyes scared the hell out of me! He said “now you’re dead!” as he charged me a second time. I was able to get another round off, which also struck him in the chest, as we both fell to the ground. I was now in an all-out fight for my life and was acting on pure adrenaline. I was in a zone; everything became silent around me and I was focused on one thing only; avoiding the blade of that machete! When we fell I dropped my gun on the ground and we were both struggling to reach for it but before he could grab it his body convulsed and it was over.
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By "Popeye" Jones
I was pointing my service revolver at him and ordering him to drop the machete but suddenly he charged me, swinging the machete at my head. I fired one shot and saw the bullet make a hole in his shirt and blood start to trickle out. When the gun went off it sounded like a cannon! I couldn’t believe how loud it was. The guy never even staggered, he just stood there! The look in his eyes scared the hell out of me! He said “now you’re dead!” as he charged me a second time. I was able to get another round off, which also struck him in the chest, as we both fell to the ground. I was now in an all-out fight for my life and was acting on pure adrenaline. I was in a zone; everything became silent around me and I was focused on one thing only; avoiding the blade of that machete! When we fell I dropped my gun on the ground and we were both struggling to reach for it but before he could grab it his body convulsed and it was over.
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By David S. Smith
David S. Smith. The son of Stan and Lily and brother to Avril, David was born into a war torn Birmingham in the middle of an air raid in 1940. Shortly after his birth their home was hit by enemy action and this provides the conclusion of this book. His recollection of the stories told by his Mother are brought vividly to life. Many of these tales were written down by Lily in a little blue book, in the latter part of her life. Her story bridges the period from her birth in 1911 and covers the two wars ending in 1945. David has also written a collection of two volumes of short stories. His career has covered the marketing of regional newspapers, running companies as diverse as West End theatre ticketing to computer systems and fashion magazines. He ran his own marketing and PR agency for over 20 years before entering into the world of local politics becoming leader of Lichfield District Council. He was responsible for the construction and early development of the Lichfield Garrick Theatre and made a major contribution to the economic development of the district. He was Chairman of the West Midlands Local Government Association together chaired the West Midlands Regional Assembly. David is married and has two children and three grandchildren.
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By David S. Smith
David S. Smith. The son of Stan and Lily and brother to Avril, David was born into a war torn Birmingham in the middle of an air raid in 1940. Shortly after his birth their home was hit by enemy action and this provides the conclusion of this book. His recollection of the stories told by his Mother are brought vividly to life. Many of these tales were written down by Lily in a little blue book, in the latter part of her life. Her story bridges the period from her birth in 1911 and covers the two wars ending in 1945. David has also written a collection of two volumes of short stories. His career has covered the marketing of regional newspapers, running companies as diverse as West End theatre ticketing to computer systems and fashion magazines. He ran his own marketing and PR agency for over 20 years before entering into the world of local politics becoming leader of Lichfield District Council. He was responsible for the construction and early development of the Lichfield Garrick Theatre and made a major contribution to the economic development of the district. He was Chairman of the West Midlands Local Government Association together chaired the West Midlands Regional Assembly. David is married and has two children and three grandchildren.
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By Sharon Richter
Many people have precognitive dreams, others hear voices or see things once in a while, and some get a funny feeling in their bones telling them that something is wrong. It tends to run in families. In August of 2000, shortly after my sister-in-law, Diane, died, dark shadows started to attack my daughter Mary during the night. At first, fearful of sounding crazy, she didn’t tell anyone. Who would believe her? When Mary finally got up the nerve to tell her roommate about the attacks, she was shocked to discover that Lauren had seen things too. Then another friend, Ned, told her evil spirits surrounded her. How would he know that? When Mary called to tell me that weird things had been happening to her and her friends, paranormal activity was furthest from my mind. They all liked to party so I reasoned that it must be drugs and alcohol causing this hysteria. But when Mary moved out, the weird things stopped for them, not for her. As the attacks escalated, she could see the shadows gather in the corner of her living room. She started hearing voices, and the TV and radio were nothing but static. Mary hid her problems from me as for long as she could, but I knew there was something seriously wrong. I was having dreams that she was in danger. Even then, I refused to believe her problems were paranormal. Logically, I wanted them to be fixable issues, like bad friends, or a sleep disorder, or even mental illness. That all changed when I finally realized that Mary really was being attacked by evil spirits. My daughter’s story is about that year.
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By Richard J West
The adventures of a young customs officer who leaves his close knit community to find himself in an alien world of smuggling and international intrigue. The book details his adventures on his journey, in the 1960´s , from a “wet behind the ears” rookie, to an experienced revenue man.
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By Malka Al Saadi
From the land between two rivers, in a predominant Jewish neighborhood in the heart of the round city -Baghdad- where the author first saw light in 1941 ,begins this rich journey of life. Here the author tries to collect her thoughts about life and major events starting from her home country and ending with the country that is now called "Home"..... Iraq... a diverse country with an extraordinary history stretching back to more than 5000 years, the land of Prophets like Abraham and Daniel. Baghdad, once the center of the world and the capital of Iraq that fell more than 32 times in history and was reborn from Ashes....The cradle of civilization, the Kingdom of Iraq, the republic, the rule of Saddam Hussein and all the wars the country endured, the journey of learning, practicing and teaching medicine.... becoming an expatriate and carrying her country in her heart and luggage ... moving from one country to another until finally resettling in the United States which is now home..... A journey on paper that makes you feel as if you are cruising the world while sitting in a chair and reading this book....
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By Arthur J. Frankel
Under the shadow of the turbulent 1960s, this is my story of a journey through village India as an American Peace Corp Volunteer. I graduated college in 1966 with no idea of what I wanted to do in life. I asked the Peace Corps to send me to a place that was more different than anything I had ever known. I got what I asked for. India unfolded into a kaleidoscope of fascinating people and unforgettable scenes in a culture that never failed to amaze me. The sights, smells, and sounds of village India offer the backdrop of what happened, some stories quite incredible, but all true. After two years, I was infused with the spiritual and mystical quality that was, and still is, India--something that is almost beyond explaining. It cannot be found by touring India or even visiting an ashram, but only by living there, learning the local language, and being with Indians in their homes and work. Forty-four years after leaving the Peace Corps I returned to village India. Surprisingly, very little had changed. All of the profits from the sale of this book will be donated to the Vishwa Bharati non-profit village school in Anavatti, India; and to the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, to support students and faculty in visiting India.
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By "Popeye" Jones
I was pointing my service revolver at him and ordering him to drop the machete but suddenly he charged me, swinging the machete at my head. I fired one shot and saw the bullet make a hole in his shirt and blood start to trickle out. When the gun went off it sounded like a cannon! I couldn’t believe how loud it was. The guy never even staggered, he just stood there! The look in his eyes scared the hell out of me! He said “now you’re dead!” as he charged me a second time. I was able to get another round off, which also struck him in the chest, as we both fell to the ground. I was now in an all-out fight for my life and was acting on pure adrenaline. I was in a zone; everything became silent around me and I was focused on one thing only; avoiding the blade of that machete! When we fell I dropped my gun on the ground and we were both struggling to reach for it but before he could grab it his body convulsed and it was over.
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By Betty B. Cantwell
Road to Mound Grove, a memoir, tells the story of Betty Jean’s family in rural southeastern Oklahoma during the Great Depression. In challenging times, they move from one house to another along Indian Road until they stumble on a home of their very own. A quiet little girl, Betty Jean attempts to do the right thing, but accidentally discovers trouble. Betty Jean’s family and neighbors lack electricity, running water and indoor bathrooms. A typical coal oil lamp glows in every home and water is routinely drawn from a well. She attends school at Mound Grove where Miss Vergie and Miss Agnes teach eight grades in two rooms. Although her daddy works from daylight until nearly dark, with President Roosevelt’s WPA, building roads and bridges, her family barely makes ends meet. In spite of the harsh conditions, Betty Jean has a life filled with love, laughter and singing…a life where she learns to make ‘somethin’ out of nothin’. The story of Betty Jean’s family will continue in a sequel, Growing Up at Mound Grove; a special place where neighbors’ lives are intertwined for generations.
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