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Memoirs of a Boobless Woman By Martha Sherman
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Hearing the words, “You have breast cancer” changes your whole world. Many women feel alone as the shock of the diagnosis hits them, then the reality of all the decisions they have to... More > make to fight it. Every woman has to make the decision that is right for her. Even her doctors should not have the last word in her treatment. When I was diagnosed with breast cancer in December, 2006, many options were placed before me. After much prayer, research, and talking with other women who also had gone through it, I decided on bilateral mastectomy. It was not an easy decision to make but the right one for me. This is my story of my experience with breast cancer. I kept a journal as I was diagnosed and walked through the process of the decisions, the treatments, the surgeries, the uncertainties, the fears, and the victories. Hopefully it will give you a little more insight as to what a woman might endure after being diagnosed with breast cancer and offer some encouragement and hope as well.< Less
HOW I BECAME AN AUSTRALIAN By Gerhard H. F. Lange
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I am recalling the years after the Second World War, my time as a Prisoner of War and my later migration as an unskilled labourer to Australia. Especially for the younger generations I also include... More > some historical background. I shall take you back to pre-war Germany, to prison camps in England, recall my migration to Australia and later as an Australian Accountant to South Africa, with a final return to Germany. Coming from a Hamburg Taxation Department, I chose a radical change of life to first become a construction labourer, then a miner, and later a stockman, before I went back to town to become Office Manager and later qualified as an Accountant (A.A.S.A. and C.P.A.). I met many different people in the outback of Australia, in offices and head offices in Adelaide, Durban and in Germany and of course, socially in lodges and as friends in the many places where we (my wife and I) came to stay for a few days or perhaps years.< Less
I, me, myself By Ajita Jabal Shah
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I, me, myself is a work of fiction, written in first person narrative. It is worded in colloquial English and is a light-hearted humorous account of the life and travails of an Indian woman named... More > Malini Jagatbhai Patel. Malini is a vibrant Indian, Gujarati girl, born and brought up in Ahmedabad. The book journeys her life as she grows from a beloved daughter to an independent woman, wife and daughter-in-law. It accounts the various typically Indian moments of an Indian woman’s life. It could be any Indian girl. The narrative shifts back and forth, creating an interesting flow to the whole story. From her experiences changing jobs, to her parents, to her stay in the Western world, right to her getting married. The ebb and tide of the plot grips the reader very tightly. Also the use of a completely refreshing colloquial language adds spice to the story. The key highlights of the book are her thoughts and observations on the little details of life, the unspoken words of the women of India.< Less
Uriels Gift By Edward Spellman
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"I died on the seventeenth of July 1996--Life became very interesting after that." Over the past several decades, countless accounts have surfaced from those who have died. Now more than... More > ever, people are sharing stories of angels, guides, a great White Light and a sensation of love that can only be imagined. They also describe how much life changes as a result of these experiences. A self-employed bricklayer, Edward Spellman was in a terrible accident just outside Canberra. He suddenly found himself with Jesus, Archangel Uriel and a third presence looking down upon his body still strapped inside the wreck of his car. They showed Edward why he was here in this life and how it connected to past and future lives, then they offered him a choice: stay with them or go back to fulfill his life's mission and share his truth. Uriel's Gift describes the discovery of life's--and Spirit's--truest riches. It is a moving, soulful account of what it means to be alive and participating in the developement of the soul.< 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
X-Ray Rider 1 By Wayne Kyle Spitzer
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It’s the dawn of the 1970s and everything is changing. The war in Vietnam is winding down. So is the Apollo Space Program. The tiny northwestern city of Spokane is about to host a World’s... More > Fair. But the Watergate Hearings and the re-entry of Skylab and the eruption of Mount Saint Helens are coming…as are killer bees and Ronald Reagan. Using the iconography of 20th century trash Americana—drive-in monster movies, cancelled TV shows, vintage comic books—Spitzer has written an unconventional memoir which recalls J.M. Coetzee’s Boyhood and Youth. More than a literal character, ‘The Kid’ is both the child and the adult. By eschewing the technique of traditional autobiography, Spitzer creates a spherical narrative in which the past lives on in an eternal present while retrospection penetrates the edges. X-Ray Rider is not so much a memoir as it is a retro prequel to a postmodern life—a cinematized “reboot” of what Stephen King calls the “fogged out landscape” of youth.< Less
X-Ray Rider 2 By Wayne Kyle Spitzer
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It’s the dawn of the 1970s and everything is changing. The war in Vietnam is winding down. So is the Apollo Space Program. The tiny northwestern city of Spokane is about to host a World’s... More > Fair. But the Watergate Hearings and the re-entry of Skylab and the eruption of Mount Saint Helens are coming…as are killer bees and Ronald Reagan. Using the iconography of 20th century trash Americana—drive-in monster movies, cancelled TV shows, vintage comic books—Spitzer has written an unconventional memoir which recalls J.M. Coetzee’s Boyhood and Youth. More than a literal character, ‘The Kid’ is both the child and the adult. By eschewing the technique of traditional autobiography, Spitzer creates a spherical narrative in which the past lives on in an eternal present while retrospection penetrates the edges. X-Ray Rider is not so much a memoir as it is a retro prequel to a postmodern life—a cinematized “reboot” of what Stephen King calls the “fogged out landscape” of youth.< Less
X-Ray Rider 3 By Wayne Kyle Spitzer
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It’s the dawn of the 1970s and everything is changing. The war in Vietnam is winding down. So is the Apollo Space Program. The tiny northwestern city of Spokane is about to host a World’s... More > Fair. But the Watergate Hearings and the re-entry of Skylab and the eruption of Mount Saint Helens are coming…as are killer bees and Ronald Reagan. Using the iconography of 20th century trash Americana—drive-in monster movies, cancelled TV shows, vintage comic books—Spitzer has written an unconventional memoir which recalls J.M. Coetzee’s Boyhood and Youth. More than a literal character, ‘The Kid’ is both the child and the adult. By eschewing the technique of traditional autobiography, Spitzer creates a spherical narrative in which the past lives on in an eternal present while retrospection penetrates the edges. X-Ray Rider is not so much a memoir as it is a retro prequel to a postmodern life—a cinematized “reboot” of what Stephen King calls the “fogged out landscape” of youth.< Less
Shoes with Buttons: Remembrances by Louise Margaret Johnson By Louise Margaret Johnson
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The shoes were always black. Black was better, grandfather said. More practical. Better dyes. Martin Jordan should know. He was a shoemaker and practical German immigrant. Practical realities drove... More > life in that era. Soup made from chicken feet, salvaging unburnt coal from the furnace ashes and winters with daily doses of cod liver oil. "We were in poverty, but we didn't even know it." So recalls Louise Margaret Johnson in Shoes with Buttons. She relates childhood memories including simple joys such as Baby Ruth candy bars (the Babe was still playing baseball at the time), mittens made from socks, and Maypole dances. These memories, woven together become a story traversing adversities, as well as surprising opportunities, including a scholarship to an exclusive girl's camp that changed the direction of her life. The result is a book tht helps us understand yesterday, as well as providing an example of how to reach for tomorrow.< Less
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If a woman rejects you, turn your back to her & never look back. God has somebody better for you. This is a test of your strength. I had it happen 219 times.I finally saw what God is doing. It... More > was a hard lesson, tough medicine to take. Ga bred, Fl transplant 13 years, I'm learning about culture. I broke down 7 days a week after I had been promised a vehicle for good grades. learned you need to study & do your homework to keep good grades. Not work for a down payment. Learaned if a woman thinks she's too good for you, you have somebody better waiting. God has for me somebody better than all my rejecters! I must'nt look back at them. That's step 1. We are impulsive men. We think when a woman turns us down we have to keep asking her out till she changes her mind. I have NO respect for Obama. That's what he did to Michelle. Men, if a woman doesnt want to go out with you, keep on keeping on the other way. Now< Less

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