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Your Own Song To Sing Volume 2

Author : Saverio
ISBN : 9781456887735
Genre : Music
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Writing has taken over my life.. in a good way. My thoughts continually are geared towards my next song. Sometimes I get a few lines in my head when I am driving and I have to pull over the car and write them down! No matter where I am, I get the urge to write. I could be talking to a neighbor, or be in the middle of mass at church and a word or phrase will pop into my head and whoa! -a new song is born! More than anything I love, love, love, the peace of mind songwriting allows me to have. Most of my lyrics take me 15 to 30 minutes to write. There was a time when I was writing 6-8 lyrics in a day. Sometimes I would sit there and stare at my pencil asking why did you stop? I swear at times the pencil kept moving like I wasnt even thinking of what to write. This is my first edition. I hope to continue with future editions as I am still writing new songs everyday. Someday I hope to put my lyrics to my own music and I recently started taking piano lessons. Hey, we all know life is a learning process; a learning curve, we need to experience the turns with the ride! I wish you all success with this book and look forward to seeing some of you with me when it comes to award times!
Category: Music

The Russian Shoot

Author : Robert W. Swanson
ISBN : 9781465352491
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The time is the USSR in late September of 1963....one year after the Soviets brought the world to the edge of a nuclear catastrophe by placing long range rockets in Cuba. The Russians and Americans are on razor’s edge, engaged in a deadly arms race that history records as the Cold War. This one of a kind book is based on the true-to-life experiences of an American film maker, Robert Williams, visiting the Soviet Union in the autumn of 1963 posing as a tourist...while he actually gathers background scenes for an anti-communist documentary film. Williams narrowly escapes incarceration in a Soviet glug as his trip becomes a harrowing nightmare of murder, mystery and mayhem. The Russian Shoot takes readers behind the mysterious walls of the Kremlin, revealing a paranoid ruling society fraught with internal power struggles, political murders, sex, and dangerous international intrigues. As Williams films in Leningrad and Moscow the shortcomings of communism is graphically portrayed as never before. Devotes of espionage and the deadly turns and twists of the Cold War will find this book a must read! The fascinating events portrayed in The Russian Shoot became the basis of full length motion picture documentary entitled Freedom Mightier than Missiles. The outstanding production was personally awarded the coveted George Washington Freedom Foundation Medal by the late President Eisenhower. Inscribed on the prestigious award are the words “For Outstanding Achievement in Bringing about a Better Understanding of the American Way of Life.”
Category: Biography & Autobiography

If Only Life Were So Simple

Author : Dawn L.
ISBN : 9781434918574
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The pressure of everyday living has put people in a quandary. It put both the strength and weaknesses of individuals to the fore, and this made life--everybody would agree--complicated. "Why me?" people would ask whenever they were confronted by difficulties that would change their life temporarily or permanently. While some leave everything to fate, others had resolved to cope and hope for the better. Life is hard for Dawn L. Not only does she have a stubborn and callow husband, who has emotionally abused her, she also birthed two children with special needs--physically and psychologically. It took a lot of love, understanding, and dedication to manage her situation, but she pulled it through, although at one point she wished, "If only life were so simple…" While she copes with the challenges before her, L turned to writing short stories for children, and later was inspired to write the story of her own life--a tale of inner strength and unconditional love.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Kiss Me Every Day

Author : Dena Blake
ISBN : 9781635555523
Genre : Fiction
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Wynn Jamison is turning thirty. Her career has made her rich, but her love life is sorely lacking. She’s okay with that until she spends her birthday dinner with the woman who could’ve changed it all. There’s only one problem. She’s married to Wynn’s sister. Carly Evans is tired of her wife ignoring her needs to put her career first. Family has always been important to her, and Jordan just doesn’t seem to care. A freak thunderstorm rages during the night, and Wynn finds herself catapulted back in time to the day she made the worst decision of her life—stepping aside to let her sister romance Carly. Reliving the day over and over again, Wynn must decide what is most important: success, loyalty, or love. Given a second chance at happiness, will she take the opportunity and change her destiny?
Category: Fiction

The Sermon On The Fall Of Rome

Author : Jérôme Ferrari
ISBN : 9781782068389
Genre : Fiction
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The mysterious disappearance of Hayet, the manageress of the village bar, presents a conundrum for its owner, who cannot face a return to the days of late nights, lewd customers and greasy dishwater. A succession of would-be hosts and hostesses descend, with disastrous results, before Matthieu and Libero, childhood friends disillusioned with their philosophical studies, return to take up the reins. Initially they are successful, but as lustful, avaricious reality rudely intrudes on their idyll, they too are forced to concede, their senses befuddled by easy women and plentiful liquor, that all empires must inevitably crumble. Meanwhile, Matthieu's grandfather Marcel, who funded their enterprise, perhaps out of spite, still lingers on the island, his memories of the collapse of France's colonial empire still as fresh and bitter as the cancerous ulcers that must one day claim his life. By turns wise, comic, dramatic, tragic and absurd, Ferrari's Goncourt-winning masterpiece reads like a Corsican One Hundred Years of Solitude, covering a century of intimate history with a dazzling, skewering precision even Flaubert would be proud to applaud.
Category: Fiction

The Revolution Of Every Day

Author : Cari Luna
ISBN : 9781935639657
Genre : Fiction
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Inspired by the midnineties squat evictions on New York's Lower East Side, Cari Luna's gritty debut novel vividly imagines the lives of five squatters, showing readers a life that few people, including New Yorkers who passed the squats every day, know about or understand. In the midnineties, New York’s Lower East Side contained a city within its shadows: a community of squatters who staked their claims on abandoned tenements and lived and worked within their own parameters, accountable to no one but each other. On May 30, 1995, the NYPD rolled an armored tank down East Thirteenth Street and hundreds of police officers in riot gear mobilized to evict a few dozen squatters from two buildings. With gritty prose and vivid descriptions, Cari Luna’s debut novel, The Revolution of Every Day, imagines the lives of five squatters from that time. But almost more threatening than the city lawyers and the private developers trying to evict them are the rifts within their community. Amelia, taken in by Gerrit as a teen runaway seven years earlier, is now pregnant by his best friend, Steve. Anne, married to Steve, is questioning her commitment to the squatter lifestyle. Cat, a fading legend of the downtown scene and unwitting leader of one of the squats, succumbs to heroin. The misunderstandings and assumptions, the secrets and the dissolution of the hope that originally bound these five threaten to destroy their homes as surely as the city’s battering rams. Amid this chaos, Amelia struggles with her ambivalence about becoming a mother while knowing that her pregnancy has given her fellow squatters a renewed purpose to their fight—securing the squats for the next generation. Told from multiple points of view, The Revolution of Every Day shows readers a life that few people, including the New Yorkers who passed the squats every day, know about or understand.
Category: Fiction

The Xit Ranch Of Texas And The Early Days Of The Llano Estacado

Author : J. Evetts Haley
ISBN : 9780806150055
Genre : History
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Among the famous ranch brands of Texas are the T Anchor, JA, Diamond Tail, 777, Bar C, and XIT. And the greatest of these was XIT—The XIT Ranch of Texas. It was not the first ranch in West Texas, but after its formation in the eighteen-eighties it became the largest single operation in the cow country of the Old West and covered more than three million acres, all fenced. The state of Texas patented this huge rectangle of land, at the time considered by many to be part of "the great American desert," to the Capitol Freehold Land and Investment Company of Chicago, in exchange for funds to erect the state capitol building in Austin. This "desert" became a legend in the cattle business, and it remains today a memory to thousands who recall the era when mustangs and longhorns grazed beneath the brand of the XIT. The development and operation of this pastoral enterprise and its relation to the history of Texas is the subject of this great and widely discussed book by J. Evetts Haley, now made available to readers every· where. It is the story of a wild prairie, roamed by Indians, buffalo, mustangs, and antelope, that became a country of railroads, oil fields, prosperous farms, and carefully bred herds of cattle. The XIT Ranch of Texas is the epic account of a ranching operation about which many know a little but only a few very much. It is the one volume that, more than any other, portrays the early-day cattle business of the West.
Category: History

Lord I Give You This Day

Author : Kay Arthur
ISBN : 9780307499585
Genre : Religion
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Do you long for intimate communion with God? Are you tired of struggling through life? Are you eager to experience the abundant life offered by Jesus? Discover the Joy of Taking God at His Word! In this power-packed daily devotional, Kay Arthur beckons you to a deeper relationship with God, helping you discover for yourself the life-changing power of His unshakeable love. As each brief reading draws you into the Bible and leads you into purposeful prayer, you’ll be equipped to greet each day with bold faith, confident in God’s faithfulness, strength, and transforming grace. Discover the joy and peace that come with daily surrender, with joyfully declaring each morning: Lord, I Give You This Day! From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Religion

Every Day And All The Time

Author : Sis Deans
ISBN : 9781429922449
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A heartbreaking, honest, and downright funny novel about loss and recovery "She lay pinned in the back seat listening . . . to the sounds of help that had come too late." Six months ago a terrible car accident devastated Emily Racine. Not only did she lose her older brother, Jon, but her own injuries prevented her from doing the thing she loved best: dancing. Now, just as Emily is getting on her feet again, she receives another blow: her parents want to sell their house, which they feel is too full of sad memories. But the cellar of this house is the only place where Emily can still feel and speak to Jon--and she can't bear to lose him twice. Emily tries hard to prevent the sale, often with humorous results. Yet as the months pass she comes to realize that change may not always be a bad thing. With lots of love and support she finds a way to say good-bye to her brother and her cherished childhood dream. By turns heartwrenching and hilarious, Sis Deans's moving novel will resonate long after the last page has been read.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

You Re Getting Better Every Day

Author : Sarah Victoria Jackson
ISBN : 1450253512
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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June 12, 1998: a day she will never remember: When 15 year-old Sarah Jackson climbed into a car with an underage drinking driver, she didnt know that choices can impact dreams . The driver lost control and crashed. Sarah sustained a severe traumatic brain injury. She was in a coma for 3 weeks and underwent four months of rehabilitation therapy. With a journal describing her difficulties, essay reactions from friends, moms journal detailing her fears and hopes, and dads monthly newsletters updating friends of her recovery, Sarah is able to show how determination makes it possible to overcome lifes uncertainties. Today, Sarah has become a leader in our nations efforts to promote traffic safety speaking to student and adult audiences across the country. One Life, One Captain is the name of her presentation as she promotes personal responsibility, healthy choices and that wearing a safety belt can save your life too.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Cancer Only Sucks On Days That End In Y

Author : Scott D. Finestone
ISBN : 9781465332936
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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About the Book Cancer Only Sucks on Days That End In Y is a combination of a memoir of our exploits battling this disease and a manual for friends and families who find themselves thrust into the wonderful (NOT) world of cancer. This touching and often hilarious story combines flashbacks from journal entries and advice on how to tackle The Monster. Whether you, a family member, friend or neighbor has a child who is facing a life-threatening illness, this book can serve as your insiders look into how one navigates those treacherous waters.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Fall River Tragedy

Author : Edwin H. Porter
ISBN : 9781584775461
Genre : Law
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Lizzie Borden [1860-1927] was tried and acquitted for the 1892 axe murders of her father and stepmother in Fall River, Massachusetts. Speculation continues today about the sensational case that produced a famous nursery rhyme. Although she was acquitted, no one else was ever charged with the murders, and Borden lived out her life in Fall River. Compiled immediately after Borden's sensational trial, the author aims to provide "a connected story of the whole case, commencing with the day of the tragedy and ending with the day that Miss Borden was set free." He touches on such topics as the discovery of the murders, the adjournment of the preliminary hearing and some the many theories that were advanced before any arrests were made. The book is handsomely illustrated with photos and line illustrations of the deceased, the accused, the jury and others. The author describes the book as: "A Plain Statement of the Material Facts Pertaining to the Most Famous Crime of the Century, Including the Story of the Arrest and Preliminary Trial of Miss LIZZIE A. BORDEN and a Full Report of the Superior Court Trial, With a Hitherto Unpublished Account of the Renowned Trickey-McHenry Affair Compiled from Official Sources and Profusely Illustrated with Original Engravings." Edwin H. Porter [1864-1904] was the Police Reporter for the Fall River Daily Globe and a correspondent for the Boston Herald. Accounts that he was paid to leave town and disappear after the book was published are incorrect. He continued as a reporter and was still employed by the Globe when he died of tuberculosis at age thirty-nine.
Category: Law

The Daily Walk Bible Nlt

Author : Tyndale
ISBN : 1414375344
Genre : Bibles
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Take a walk. Change your world. Reading through the Bible is difficult. The Daily Walk Bible will help you complete the journey. Drawing from the rich resources of Walk Thru the Bible’s Daily Walk magazine, The Daily Walk Bible offers a simple daily reading plan and tools to help you complete the journey and see how the Bible fits together. Each day’s reading includes an overview to give you a bird’s-eye view of the day’s reading, several chapters from the Bible, an Insight offering an interesting fact from the day’s reading, and My Daily Walk—a short devotion to help you reflect on and apply a specific insight from the day’s reading. Every seventh day offers a pause on the journey as you are invited to Look Back over the readings from the previous week, Look Up to God, and Look Ahead to the reading to come. This edition features the clear and understandable New Living Translation.
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Inspired Every Day

Author : Patricia Crisafulli
ISBN : 9781497649507
Genre : Literary Collections
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Finding extraordinary grace in ordinary moments This collection of short stories and essays celebrates reconnection, possibility, faith, forgiveness, joy, and love, encouraging readers to find moments of extraordinary grace in the midst of ordinary life.
Category: Literary Collections