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An Angel's Kiss Embracing the Spirit of a Child Born with Cancer By Buffy Krajewski
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An Angel’s Kiss is the factual story of the birth and subsequent struggle for survival of a child born with a cancer that afflicts only .2% of all people diagnosed each year. Readers are taken... More > through the author’s pregnancy, delivery, her son’s diagnosis of adrenocortical carcinoma, and ultimately her unrelenting depression. It is a realistic account of a mother’s fight to save her son’s life, to reclaim her family, and in the end to save her from the guilt that she allowed to consume her for years. Krajewski speaks honestly about the emotions most mothers don’t want to admit feeling. Her candidness spins a tale of fear and grief. It shows the raw pain that this monster of a disease causes. Krajewski has given readers the opportunity to stand in her shoes and experience something nobody should endure; however, in the end it is a story of survival, determination, a mother’s refusal to allow her child to become a statistic, and ultimately inspiration.< Less
An Angel's Kiss Embracing the Spirit of a Child Born with Cancer By Buffy Krajewski
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An Angel’s Kiss is the factual story of the birth and subsequent struggle for survival of a child born with a cancer that afflicts only .2% of all people diagnosed each year. Readers are taken... More > through the author’s pregnancy, delivery, her son’s diagnosis of adrenocortical carcinoma, and ultimately her unrelenting depression. It is a realistic account of a mother’s fight to save her son’s life, to reclaim her family, and in the end to save her from the guilt that she allowed to consume her for years. Krajewski speaks honestly about the emotions most mothers don’t want to admit feeling. Her candidness spins a tale of fear and grief. It shows the raw pain that this monster of a disease causes. Krajewski has given readers the opportunity to stand in her shoes and experience something nobody should endure; however, in the end it is a story of survival, determination, a mother’s refusal to allow her child to become a statistic, and ultimately inspiration.< Less
Discovering the lost key: using your natural born gifts to bring healing By Thomas Carder
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DISCOVERING THE LOST KEY: Unlocking your natural born gifts to bring healing. This book is about finding simple solutions to difficult problems. It is designed to utilize and reveal our inner... More > most strength, which I call, natural born gifts. How to use those gifts to help us find answers to many of our obvious and subtle struggles. Many use their creativity to hide, and others use their creativity to explore their world, journey and make their lives more interesting. It is my hope that this book will be used to help you discover your own missing key, that which holds the answers, which have been buried within your subconscious self. This genesis of this book had begun following the tragic death of my brother Glenn, and openly shares the secrets that lead us to either our blessings, or our suffering. Yet it is a book that will provide you with answers to your emotional battles, and hopefully allow you to rediscover your true potential, your true gifts.< Less
Discovering The Lost Key By Thomas Carder
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DISCOVERING THE LOST KEY: Unlocking your natural born gifts to bring healing. This book is about finding simple solutions to difficult problems. It is designed to utilize and reveal our inner most... More > strength, which I call, natural born gifts. How to use those gifts to help us find answers to many of our obvious and subtle struggles. Many use their creativity to hide, and others use their creativity to explore their world, journey and make their lives more interesting. It is my hope that this book will be used to help you discover your own missing key, that which holds the answers, which have been buried within your subconscious self. This genesis of this book had begun following the tragic death of my brother Glenn, and openly shares the secrets that lead us to either our blessings, or our suffering. Yet it is a book that will provide you with answers to your emotional battles, and hopefully allow you to rediscover your true potential, your true gifts.< Less
Life of a Push Goddess By Sharina Jones
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In this compelling and inspirational book, author Sharina A. Jones shares her life experiences following a shooting incident which left her paralyzed as a very young child. Even at the tender age of... More > five years, she knew that the horrific experience left her with a responsibility to use her every resource helping others gain the power to triumph over even the worse circumstances. Spanning almost 30 years, Life of a Push Goddess takes the reader on a no holds barred emotional journey of courage, strength, disappointment and, ultimately, victory! “What really makes a person happy even after a traumatic event? Millions before me who have faced trauma find happiness again in different ways. Most people who know me will say I am born with this upbeat attitude and gift to see things in a brighter light. I believe that’s true. But I also know I have to work to keep this light shining.” -Sharina A. Jones< Less
iCanSir! - Finding Hope & Connection in the Cancer Experience...No Matter What! By George Kansas
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Change your vocabulary and you change your cancer experience. Employing a new vocabulary and breakthrough method of self-discovery, you can find hope and connection in the cancer experience,... More > regardless of the outcome. Making the most of the cancer experience can be the goal of any cancer patient, caregiver or survivor. Using Emotional Archaeology, you can discover hope and connection amidst the mayhem and disarray of cancer. George P. Kansas is a leukemia survivor, speaker, coach and author. He worked with professional athletes, artists and entrepreneurs before his cancer experience. Learn how a powerful vocabulary was born when those worlds collide! (This book is a re-edited version of a popular book previously released as Jumper Cables for the Healing Soul! Purchasers of this book receive a FREE e-book of stress-busting meditations and a bonus inspirational audio recorded by the author!< Less
Letters of Thomas Gray By THOMAS GRAY
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THOMAS GRAY Letters Thomas Gray, the poet and author of the "Elegy written in a Country Churchyard," was born on December 26, 1716, in London, and was the only survivor of twelve children.... More > At Eton he formed friendships with Horace Walpole, Thomas Ashton, and Richard West, who were later his chief correspondents. At Cambridge, where Gray took no degree, he began to make experiments in poetry. In 1739 and 1740 he travelled in Europe, and in 1742 he had established himself at Peterhouse, Cambridge, without University position or recognition of any kind. Here he plunged into the study of classical literature, and began to work on the "Elegy," which was published in 1751.< Less
Nemesis By Melanie Lowy
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Annie Ehrlich, a woman of a certain age, born in Munich is the only Holocaust survivor of her family. She lives contentedly with her husband and writes for various journals. Through her work she has... More > contact with the publisher of Jacob Jabot, revisionist historian and fervent Holocaust denier. A chance meeting with this vile man convinces her that the world must be rid of him and that she must be the one to do it. A dense phantasmagoria of sexual power play and revenge follows, during which the reader is taken on a journey through the darkest hours of European history as seen through the eyes of one of its hapless victims, through the post war years of rebuilding and rebirth and back into a present that flickers between the real and the imaginary, the desired and the feared. Nemesis is at turns literary autobiography, wish fulfillment and poignant commentary on the basest human emotions by an author who herself lived through the madness and hate.< Less
Demons Among Us By W. E. Zazo-Phillips
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Assigned to the USCGC Surveyor, DC2 Elizabeth Townsend is at the end of her last patrol when the news breaks that civilization has been destroyed. A blood-borne virus has infected the human... More > population with an absolute mortality rate. All of the major cities have fallen; the plague has no cure. After only a week of the Infection, the crew is told, the human race is an endangered species. Once ashore, Lizzy is transferred with several crewmates to a location somewhere in the desert. She is now a ward of the government in a secure, isolated settlement—a cage necessary for survival. But beneath the peaceful exterior of the military compound and its surrounding bases, however, lie secrets that might be more dangerous for Lizzy and the survivors than the Infection itself, and the plague may not be all that is seems...< Less
Demons Among Us By W. E. Zazo-Phillips
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Assigned to the USCGC Surveyor, DC2 Elizabeth Townsend is at the end of her last patrol when the news breaks that civilization has been destroyed. A blood-borne virus has infected the human... More > population with an absolute mortality rate. All of the major cities have fallen; the plague has no cure. After only a week of the Infection, the crew is told, the human race is an endangered species. Once ashore, Lizzy is transferred with several crewmates to a location somewhere in the desert. She is now a ward of the government in a secure, isolated settlement—a cage necessary for survival. But beneath the peaceful exterior of the military compound and its surrounding bases, however, lie secrets that might be more dangerous for Lizzy and the survivors than the Infection itself, and the plague may not be all that is seems...< Less