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A Novel, Quadriplegic Aspirations and Stem Cells By Gerald J, Brown
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Doctor Jennifer Gallagher joined the Florida Boys and Girls Motorcycle Club which engages in a large number of rides in Florida. This was soon after she secured the position of associate... More > administrator of a hospital in Ocoee Florida. She was the proud owner a Harley-Davidson’s 2008 Rocker, spoken of as a stretch, alluding to the motorcycle chopper’s profile. She was 31. She met Wade in an Orlando bar frequented by bikers; for he too was a biker. They married and she bore him two children, Willis and Audrey. There togetherness ended; and Jennifer had come to acknowledge that he was her greatest love in the totality of her life. He consulted for business and government entities. He had a PhD in mathematics. They had to cope with a terrible neck injury that had come to smote one of them with a complete transection of the spinal cord and quadriplegia; and they both found solace in avidly seeking aspirations in stem cell developments.< Less
THURMAN SNOOKE PASSES AND CLEARS By justin benedict
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After Snooke got out of jail with scant job skills (none that didn't involve pointing a gun at a teller, anyway)he was at loose ends. On one hand, he'd try the catering industry, which has few but... More > peculiar skill requirements...on the other, could he be private secretary to an irate quadriplegic feminist?< Less
The Simplicity Of Life By Cisco Fernandes
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These are the memoirs of Cisco Fernandes. He dove into a swimming pool on June 17, 2000 and broke his neck leaving him a quadriplegic. Although his body was broken, his spirit soared. The Simplicity... More > Of Life is the observations, feelings and occurances that this disability has shown him. When life slows down, you realize the simple things in life are all that truly matter. Through this compelling and intimate story you learn of the struggles after a tragic accident and the triumph over disability. When the smoke clears you can see a true love story full of hope and the ability to see......................... The Simplicity Of Life.< Less
The Simplicity Of Life By Cisco Fernandes
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These are the memoirs of Cisco Fernandes. He dove into a swimming pool on June 17, 2000 and broke his neck leaving him a quadriplegic. Although his body was broken, his spirit soared. The Simplicity... More > Of Life is the observations, feelings and occurances that this disability has shown him. When life slows down, you realize the simple things in life are all that truly matter. Through this compelling and intimate story you learn of the struggles after a tragic accident and the triumph over disability. When the smoke clears you can see a true love story full of hope and the ability to see......................... The Simplicity Of Life.< Less
Simple Thoughts By Larry Muncy
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"Simple Thoughts" is a collection of 30 poems from several genres that was written by a new author named Larry Muncy. Larry was paralyzed in an automobile accident on February 13, 1991... More > (almost 3 years after his father's death) on his way to a Poison, Trixter, and Slaughter concert at the Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, West Virginia. Larry was flown to a local hospital via helicopter. It was a ride he did not purchase a ticket for, but he is where he is. Larry hopes his poetry somehow helps others understand how he got there. Larry has experienced life, death, joy, sadness, marriage, divorce, addiction, and sobriety. All of these elements jump from the pages of his book while drawing readers into the poems themselves. Larry has not allowed his paralysis keep him from living a successful life, and he is proud of the fact that most of his major accomplishments have come after his being paralyzed. Larry believes failure is an excuse used by those who choose to not succeed!< Less
Missing My Body By Taryn Simpson, Jason Walker
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An inspirational story of one young man's battle with a severe form of Muscular Dystrophy. After reading this story, you will come to know what it is truly like to live as a quadriplegic and to be... More > missing your body.< Less
Missing My Body By Taryn Simpson, Jason Walker
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An inspirational story of one young man's battle with a severe form of Muscular Dystrophy. After reading this story, you will come to know what it is truly like to live as a quadriplegic and to be... More > missing your body.< Less
Twisted Consequences By Irie Parker
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Tyson develops an online relationship with Michaela, a young woman, with whom he has not yet had a face to face encounter. She resides in Bucharest, Romania while he calls Colorado his home. Michaela... More > is an attractive and open-minded young lady. Tyson is a "gutsy" young man in his early thirties, who has never been afraid to dream. Through many months of e-mail correspondence, they share the details of their lives. Relying on daily e-mail letters, the characters develop feelings for one another as they candidly communicate about themselves and their lives, and most importantly about their values and their feelings. Tyson, who is honest from the start, explains to Michaela that due to an unfortunate accident in his early twenties, he is a quadriplegic. He describes his physical limitations, but more importantly he shares his ability to hope, to dream, to create, and to imagine. Once they meet the roles of hunter and prey begin to slightly blur, and money and betrayal begin to contaminate their prose.< Less
Twisted Consequences By Irie Parker
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Tyson develops an online relationship with Michaela, a young woman, with whom he has not yet had a face to face encounter. She resides in Bucharest, Romania while he calls Colorado his home. Michaela... More > is an attractive and open-minded young lady. Tyson is a "gutsy" young man in his early thirties, who has never been afraid to dream. Through many months of e-mail correspondence, they share the details of their lives. Relying on daily e-mail letters, the characters develop feelings for one another as they candidly communicate about themselves and their lives, and most importantly about their values and their feelings. Tyson, who is honest from the start, explains to Michaela that due to an unfortunate accident in his early twenties, he is a quadriplegic. He describes his physical limitations, but more importantly he shares his ability to hope, to dream, to create, and to imagine. Once they meet the roles of hunter and prey begin to slightly blur, and money and betrayal begin to contaminate their prose.< Less
Bad Stereotypes and Unexpected Liaisons By Sasha Distan
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Bad Stereotypes: Bay suffers from stereotyping. When he comes out, people think it means he wants to be all flamboyant with pink with glitter, but Bay is the least camp eighteen year old there ever... More > was. For Bay, coming to terms with being gay, but also being repressed about it, is a journey that takes a summer, some odd new friends, and a very special sort of man Unexpected Liaisons: Zupan is a quadriplegic, murderball playing Olympian with a hard attitude and a string of non-relationships. Zu has been straight as an arrow his entire life, but an unexpected meeting with Bay's friend, the over excitable twink, Zander has him wondering about all sorts of things he’s never thought about before.< Less