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Her Grace of Rejection "the Inspiring Journey of a Young Entrepreneur" 'Part One' By Sachin Sarkaniya
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How Did A Girl Change His Entire Life in Just An Hour? How an unconfident, Underdog, Turned out to be the Best Entrepreneur in the World? In Witness The Story Of A Young Man, Who Beat All The Odds... More > And Proved His Worth. A young man named Shankar Sharma who belongs to a poor, lower caste family, but unfortunately, lives with rich folks. Facing humiliation and caste discrimination at an early age shapes him humble and kind, but this did not help his family survive financially. One day, when he meets a girl of his college, whom Shankar falls for instantly. Before this girl, Shankar was cruelly humiliated by his One-hour long Girlfriend at his own home. Chasing his dreams becomes his only obsession when he once again, gets rejected by the girl he met at college. Even after so much struggles, Shankar goes through self-help books, biographies that turns out to be very beneficial .Finally, he jumps into the ocean of entrepreneurship, and wins the majestic trophy of “the best entrepreneur of the year”.< Less
The Collection By Daryl Schiff
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This book has been a dream of mine for many years. I've finally been able to take the time to gather all of the pictures of the guitars and put them in one place. On these pages you will see a... More > collection of guitars that I have been collecting for nearly 42 years. Everything from my first Silvertone acoustic guitar that I started playing when I was 3 or 4 years old, to a guitar that I bought just a few months before finishing this book is in here. I've even included some never seen before pictures of my younger years playing music. Some of them are a little embarrassing, but hey, I was an 80's teen. Every guitar in this world has a story behind it. Many of the guitars that I have collected over the years can't be traced back to the day they were purchased, but some of them can, and some of them have amazing stories to tell. I've tried to include as many of those stories as I could in this book. Guitar collecting has always been a passion of mine, and I would like to share it with you.< Less
The Collection Hardcover By Daryl Schiff
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This book has been a dream of mine for many years. I've finally been able to take the time to gather all of the pictures of the guitars and put them in one place. On these pages you will see a... More > collection of guitars that I have been collecting for nearly 42 years. Everything from my first Silvertone acoustic guitar that I started playing when I was 3 or 4 years old, to a guitar that I bought just a few months before finishing this book is in here. I've even included some never seen before pictures of my younger years playing music. Some of them are a little embarrassing, but hey, I was an 80's teen. Every guitar in this world has a story behind it. Many of the guitars that I have collected over the years can't be traced back to the day they were purchased, but some of them can, and some of them have amazing stories to tell. I've tried to include as many of those stories as I could in this book. Guitar collecting has always been a passion of mine, and I would like to share it with you.< Less
The Bank That Time Forgot and Other Short Stories By John Jansen
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Jim loved his old Land Rover. He also had a passing fancy for Beryl Marsh. Could he win her away from Roger, her drunkard of a husband? When Phillip visited the house of his recently deceased and... More > formerly estranged father, he only wanted a figurine to remind him of his childhood home. How could he have known that it would lead to the solving of a family mystery? When Maureen and Cheryl observe Suzie throw up in the toilet and then leave work early in the company of an unknown man, they put two and two together. But is 'four' the right answer? A traffic accident closes the motorway and causes an aspiring writer to miss his flight to New York for a career-making interview. Is it possible that this is his lucky day? Alice is trying to come to terms with the passing years and the unfulfilled dreams. What are her chances of comfort and contentment in old age? After a bitter conflict and a terrible defeat, can the queen restore her community's fortunes?< Less
More Than Just A Wetback By Maria Isabel Arbelaez Muñoz
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Without the experiences and adventures of my brothers and sisters, this book wouldn’t have the necessary condiments for an almost perfect recipe. When I started writing more than 20 years ago,... More > I didn’t think it would take this long nor be so complicated. This book doesn’t read like a novel since it is cumulative and not progressive - each chapter is not necessarily a continuation of the one before, but rather a telling of a time in our lives that led to our family reunion. This is not merely a tale of my journey from Colombia to America. It is a true story about love, hardship, travel, adventure, tears, and ultimately, joy. A family as large as mine shared one common dream: to be together in the United States of America. There was no rhyme or reason in choosing the methods to get here, but at the end of the day, our love and devotion for each other brought us where God destined us to be: in the land of the free. We were more than just wetbacks, we were lovers and believers. This is our story.< Less
deez- commentary44 By Michael House
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Mom's $8,300 tile. I was amazed Mom paid that much. 1990, when Scotty & I prided ourselves in being floor covering technicians, would've charged her $200 plus supplies. I made $300 a week 15... More > years old. It was contrary to my spirit. I was too tired for any partying on the weekends. Working 60 hours a week. I was sore. I was exhausted. Making good money isn't as good as it sounds if you're deeply exhausted, profoundly dog-tired, & intensely dogged. 15 years old, I felt doddering, doddery, gaga, & old. I was a trouble maker & started drinking a year later; told that a promise was a dream. I was getting revenge, which backfired, coming back on me. So 15 years old I was too tired to get mad, get even. Anger is energy. After my traumatic brain injury, I had very, much time on my hands till I started reading & writing all day everyday. Then when a chemical stopped in my brain, I was wrathful. Grouchy, I felt cheated, torn, & deceived. I was on a< Less
A Hairdresser's Diary: Scissors Retired By Christine Hannon
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As a child, my little girl dream was to one day become a hairdresser. There was something calming in my world of chaos when I immersed myself into playing with hair. It all began with my dolls. My... More > career as a hairdresser, model and makeup artist took me on a remarkable journey. There are so many stories that will touch your heart make you laugh or cry. Share the stories, gossip, secrets and humor involving the lives I touched and that touched me. The lessons learned witty moments, accomplishments and disappointments. Visit all who have passed through my life. Sit in my virtual chair as you relive those times with me. Through my ears, listen to gossip, the disappointments or joys of so many. I will take you for a walk down memory lane. ‘Scissors Retired’ is the story of the transformation of my life and career, as chronic pain and multiple surgeries take me on a different journey. Now you can share these stories as you listen to my clients, family and friends as they take this walk with me.   < Less
Memoir By Michael House
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Memoir 1979 Toyota. My curse. Dad urged me to buy something shiny. Said that is how you date the pretty girls. I called that bull. Girls don't care about what you drive. I defended girls, thinking... More > they're not materialistic. I took up for girls. They don't care about what you drive. I was then loving. Maybe I was so loving because I was raised by granny. Dad said to drive something nice & shiny to date the pretty girls. Why was he that way? All I could afford was a piece of junk. Granny, at my 16th birthday. Said that my promised truck was a dream. It filled me with wrath. So the lying was hard. I remained admiring of girls. Girls don't care what you drive. I was adoring of them. Girls don't care what you drive. My doting personality rooted from Granny's care. Girls don't care what you drive. I was affectionate. Dad said to date pretty girls drive a shiny car. MY TRUCK BROKE DOWN 7 DAYS A WEEK! Insurance, payment, parts, gas for a gas hog! I was so broke!< Less
deez- commentary24 By Michael House
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Main course to go. That's the decision we came to. It is because we filled up on bread, shrimp scampi, & that's all the help I can get remembering. But the orderbs were vast. Mom & I were... More > full when we got to the main course. Mom & I took it home. The next day, today, we ate it. Carrabba's makes delicious salmon, I found! It reminded me of Papa. In San Francisco, he ate raw salmon straight out of the can. That's what he said. It's the way he put it It's the way I understood it. But I was told he was talking about smoked salmon. That changed what I thought. It's like I was lied to. I don't hold it against him. But I was lied to when I was 16, told a promise was a dream. I was very unforgiving 23 months, had a traumatic brain injury where I went through a car window. The driver fell asleep. I was thrown all over the car then out the window, sustaining 6 months coma, brain surgeries, broke left side, paralyzed palate, nerve damage, worsened eye sight, worsened speech, & limp. I FELT A LOT OF HATRED after the< Less
Luck Was My Companion By Rowland Marshall
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In this autobiography, Rowland Marshall, who traveled the globe visiting countries most people only dream about, tells of his adventures in time of peace and war. He describes his early childhood and... More > a career in the Merchant Service, including the seamy side, and his misfortunes with Malaria. The war year of 1942 saw him aboard an ill-fated ship loaded with food, medical supplies and high explosives, bound for the beleaguered Isle of Malta, whose people were starving. Facing almost certain death, he lived to fight on, unlike his shipmates, most of whom perished. By September 1943 he was back in the action, ferrying troops from Alexandria for the invasion of Italy. On D-Day June 6, 1944, he served on a hospital ship, helping wounded American soldiers from Omaha Beach. The author hopes his recounting will make you laugh or shed a tear, as he did while writing his story. He often looks back at the strange twists and turns that occurred throughout his life, to say, "Luck has been my constant companion."< Less

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