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I Became Rebellious

By Shay Shay
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  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Isbn : 9781984581129
  • Pages : 54
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
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My name is Shay Shay, and I’m twenty-eight years old. I am a strong young woman, I am courageous, I am strong, I have courage, and I am true to myself and with myself. I’m a loving person. I love hard. I am sensitive to others’ needs, especially when they’re hurting. I have a big heart. I care too much. I wrote this book because I know I’m not the only one who goes through it. I meet people, and I find out that they went through the same things that I’ve been through. I wrote this book to help a lot of the young people follow the path that they wanted to set for themselves but couldn’t take the necessary actions to follow that path. I wrote this inspirational book to potentially help everyone who’s in need ’cause I hurt very badly every day. I cry every day; it helps me take away a lot of my tears. The words of this book or my tears are sincerely yours truly.

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  • File Pdf: one-thing-led-to-another.pdf

Book Summary:

Never get too close to anyone, because you might have to kill them. Meet Mark "Chopper" Read. You think you know him. His books have sold hundreds of thousands of copies in Australia. He's been the subject of an internationally successful film. His one-man shows have toured Australia to sell-out crowds. He's the most recognisable criminal brand name in Australia. But the truth is, you don't know him at all. Toe-cutter. Blowtorch aficionado. Killer. Husband. Father. Children's author. Stand-up comedian. The real Chopper has been an enigma - until now, that is. This is the definitive Chopper story. From his strange, tortured childhood, to the formative years as a young gang member and developing criminal, to his decades in and out of prison in Victoria and Tasmania, to his friends and enemies, and his crimes and punishments, this book gives us the true stories that lie behind the Chopper myths, as well as the stories he's never revealed before. One Thing Led To Another is the real story of the man behind the tattoos, the scars and the most famous missing ears in Australia. It is an utterly compelling insight into our most notorious, most recognisable and most fascinating criminal.

Doctor's Orders

By Sharon De Vita
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Harlequin
  • Isbn : 9781460355053
  • Pages : 192
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 197
  • File Pdf: doctor-s-orders.pdf

Book Summary:

CASSIE MILLER'S SYMPTOMS #1 Has no immunity to gossip, particularly regarding a certain single doctor. #2 Gets easily flustered and distracted when in presence of said doctor. #3 Heart starts racing at doctor's slightest touch. DR. BEAU'S ORDERS #1 Don't rely on appearances alone. Take the time to get to know someone—you might discover that the womanizing rich doctor is actually a down-home, one-woman kind of guy! #2 From the mouths of babes…come words to live and love by. (That new daddy your daughter wants just might be right in front of you…and the answer to all your dreams.) #3 If you're experiencing the classic symptoms of love, then marriage may be just what the doctor prescribed…

Broken Wings

By Lenora "Lennie" Yancey
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
  • Isbn : 9781098075521
  • Pages : 42
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Reads : 610
  • File Pdf: broken-wings.pdf

Book Summary:

Broken Wings: A Vault of Memories Unleashed was inspired by my two sons and the #MeToo Movement created by Tarana Burke. I understood why women came forward after so many years of being quiet. My memoir reflects that same issue. For me, it would take forty-one years to realize how promiscuity and drugs had left a negative impact that resulted in a reckless lifestyle. The memories I write about depict how I allowed others to have control over my life and how I fell victim to drugs and alcohol to eliminate the pain. WRITTEN BY LENORA “LENNIE” YANCEY

The Apple of Love

By Karen Knutson
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Isbn : 9781453539767
  • Pages : 266
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 143
  • File Pdf: the-apple-of-love.pdf

Book Summary:

The main plot of "Th e App le of Love" is based on a true story: During the Great Depression Harry and Emily had a fi ve year love affair as young adults that reignites sixty years later when Harry's wife is in a nursing home. The drama unfolds through the eyes of an old man, his convalescent wife and their daughter, Marie. Marie uses her perception of what her parents experienced, her understanding of what they told her and her wild imagination to tell the story.

From Kabul to Toronto and Other Places in Between

By Sayeda Habib
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Isbn : 9781524507909
  • Pages : 166
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 347
  • File Pdf: from-kabul-to-toronto-and-other-places-in-between.pdf

Book Summary:

The book is about a teenage girl from Kabul, Afghanistan, who has dreams of higher education and making something of herself. Because of the civil war in 1992, her family decided to leave Afghanistan and went to Peshawar, Pakistan. A few months after they landed in Peshawar, she meets a guy who is visiting his family in Peshawar, but he lives in Toronto. She falls in loves, and within few weeks, she gets married at the age of eighteen. A few months later, she moves to Toronto, Canada, where her husband lives. She gives birth to two boys within two years before she even turns twenty, without planning. During this time, she discovers her husband is not the same man that she fell in love with and that he lives a secret life. Cheating, drinking, smoking, and gambling are part of his lifestyle. There is a big twist at the end of the book, and also something very significant happens on their way from Kabul to Pakistan, which scars one of her cousins for life. Basically, the story is a little bit of everythinga drama, a thriller, and a love story.

Until the Daybreak

By Al Lacy,Joanna Lacy
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Multnomah
  • Isbn : 9780307814449
  • Pages : 322
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 884
  • File Pdf: until-the-daybreak.pdf

Book Summary:

In this sixth installment in the popular Mail Order Bride series, Dorianne DeFeo is a lovely, loyal daughter to widower Franco DeFeo, who works on the docks in Brooklyn. When Franco catches two fellow workers smuggling diamonds, they stab him and he dies in Dori's arms. Persevering through her grief, Dori finds her employment opportunities diminishing and finally answers an ad from Arizona lawman Stone McKenna for a mail-order bride. Traveling west, Dori experiences another shock, and her tired mind shields her from more hurt with a psychologically induced blindness. Will Stone still want his bride now that she's blind? Will the young couple let God penetrate their pain? Can a miracle accomplish what medicine can't? Together Dori and Stone await the daybreak in the darkness of their lives.

Pathetica

By Dale R Schuss
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : FriesenPress
  • Isbn : 9781525523823
  • Pages : 154
  • Category : Young Adult Nonfiction
  • Reads : 808
  • File Pdf: pathetica.pdf

Book Summary:

Dale was a shy Canadian teenager failing at school; Ryan was an American teenager pretending to be doing much better. Their unlikely "friendship" that started in the mid-1980's went on for five years of adventure along the west coast until it was just too obvious they could not stand each other. This is the story of growing up, getting together and having a hell of a time in the age of excess.

Under Glass and Stone

By A.N. Willis
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Observatory Books
  • Isbn : 9781734359701
  • Pages : 340
  • Category : Young Adult Fiction
  • Reads : 358
  • File Pdf: under-glass-and-stone.pdf

Book Summary:

Perfect for teen and adult fans of supernatural suspense, with a thrilling historical mystery that'll keep you guessing. Two disappearances, over a century apart...The truth waits inside Byrne House. For five generations, Evelyn's family has lived in the same small brick house, shadowed by the mansion across the street. Her Nana filled her childhood with stories about Byrne House: tales of missing children, of lovers gone mad. The mansion loomed every night in her dreams. Even now, at seventeen, Evelyn watches the sprawling Victorian from her second-floor bedroom, unable to explain her obsession with a house she's never been inside. Then one of the boys in her senior class disappears. Evelyn is the last person to see him--just a pale face in Byrne House's tower window. The police don't believe her. Even her friends think she just imagined the face in the window. Only Alex--a handsome newcomer with his own ties to Byrne House--shares her suspicions. Alex believes that this latest disappearance is tied to the mansion's long-buried past. But there's more that Alex isn't telling her. Evelyn has no idea how far she'll have to go to find the answers. Or what she'll have to remember. "A.N. Willis has captivated me yet again! Under Glass And Stone is an expertly-woven gothic romance with a mystery that kept me turning pages." Cheyanne Young, author of The Last Wish Of Sasha Cade

Under Glass and Stone Box Set

By A.N. Willis
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Observatory Books
  • Isbn : 9781955022071
  • Pages :
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 378
  • File Pdf: under-glass-and-stone-box-set.pdf

Book Summary:

You'll find lush gothic mystery and romance in these original page-turners. Includes Book 1: Under Glass and Stone, and Book 2: Doors of Gold and Rust. Read both volumes of the Byrne House duology in this special edition "box set." Two disappearances, over a century apart...The truth waits inside Byrne House. For five generations, Evelyn's family has lived in the same small brick house, shadowed by the mansion across the street. Her Nana filled her childhood with stories about Byrne House: tales of missing children, of lovers gone mad. The mansion loomed every night in her dreams. Even now, at seventeen, Evelyn watches the sprawling Victorian from her second-floor bedroom, unable to explain her obsession with a house she's never been inside. Then one of the boys in Evelyn's senior class disappears. Evelyn is the last person to see him--just a pale face in Byrne House's tower window. The police don't believe her. Even her friends think she just imagined the face in the window. Only Alex--a handsome newcomer with his own ties to Byrne House--shares her suspicions. Alex believes that this latest disappearance is tied to the mansion's long-buried past. But there's more that Alex isn't telling her. Evelyn has no idea how far she'll have to go to find the answers. Or what she'll have to remember. "Under Glass And Stone is an expertly-woven gothic romance with a mystery that kept me turning pages." Cheyanne Young, author of The Last Wish Of Sasha Cade Perfect for teen and adult fans of paranormal romance with a historical, suspenseful twist.