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Starving By Tosh Brown
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“Starving,” an inspirational/motivational book is inspired by events that have occurred in the Author’s journey through life. The book is designed to encourage its readers and offer... More > hope to those who have experienced setbacks or have taken a slight detour in life. The title was chosen to symbolize lack or a feeling of being empty. Society hungers for so much. “Starving,” will encourage reader to develop a new taste for thought. The scriptures provide the food. The author has also provided a glimpse into her personal life to allow readers to understand the core of “Starving.” “Starving,” will hopefully encourage parents to continue to feed on the WORD as a source of their hopes and desires for their children. Starving will also encourage those who have allowed their life choices to hinder their progress. < Less
Starving By Lydia Teasedale
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“You may think something’s gone just because you can’t see it anymore but it’s still there, lurking. Waiting. Now here I am, after dinner, dashing to the scales again as the... More > thing inside of me is waking up after a long sleep. It’s not weakened by its five-year absence – it’s revived, revitalised, stronger than ever.” When April’s sister commits suicide she copes with it the only way she feels she can: by falling back into an unhealthy relationship with food. The eating disorder takes over her life, consuming her to the point where she can no longer remember who she used to be. In her denial, April can’t see that she is doing anything wrong. She feels she is completely in control of things, when really the illness is in control of her.< Less
STARVING CONFESSIONS By CORINE ROBERTS
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"Starving Confessions" is made up of individuals sharing their story of how they came to develop their eating disorders & some of the fears that later came with it.
Starving for Control By Ashley Reed
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Starving for Control takes you inside the life of a teenage girl with anorexia through her diary. The book lets you learn about what it's like to have the disease and how God helped her recover from... More > it.< Less
Starving for Control By Ashley Reed
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Starving for Control takes you inside the life of a teenage girl with anorexia through her diary. The book lets you learn about what it's like to have the disease and how God helped her recover from... More > it.< Less
Stack or Starve By Airik Talbott
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A young man's struggle in the inner city where crime, drugs, and violence define life.
Starving the Artist By William Aicher
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For a lot of people, creation is their livelihood. For others, it’s where their livelihood ought to be. As Richard Florida wrote in his 2004 book, The Rise of the Creative Class,... More > “Stimulating and glamorous as it may sometimes be, creativity is in fact work…The creative ethos is built on discipline and focus, sweat and blood.” All music, art, movies, writings and games were brought into being by their creators – and for these creators to have created them, there was some underlying motivation to do so. Without their creators and their motivations, creative works simply would not be. Why then, in today’s Internet culture, is all creative work expected to be free? Why is it that some individuals feel it is their right to take things that do not belong to them, without receiving any permission to do so? Why, in the Internet culture of “free,” are those creations we enjoy and value most the ones that we are most likely to simply take?< Less
Starving the Artist By William Aicher
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For a lot of people, creation is their livelihood. For others, it’s where their livelihood ought to be. All music, art, movies, writings and games were brought into being by their creators... More > – and for these creators to have created them, there was some underlying motivation to do so. Without their creators and their motivations, creative works simply would not be. Why then, in today’s Internet culture, is all creative work expected to be free? Why is it that some individuals feel it is their right to take things that do not belong to them, without receiving any permission to do so? Why, in the Internet culture of “free,” are those creations we enjoy and value most the ones that we are most likely to simply take? Note: although this book is available as a free download, it is still protected under copyright by William Aicher. All rights are reserved.< Less
The Starving Heart By Lydia West
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In order to protect the child Tareq from murderous painted dogs, Mhumhi and his sister Kutta have fled Wild Dog City for the endless desert. They are searching for the so-called forbidden place- a... More > building where all the remaining human secrets are locked away. The answers to everything that happened to make Wild Dog City what it is. But they are being pursued, and no place is a safe haven for very long... Between their pursuers and the hopeless quest of keeping Tareq alive, Mhumhi begins to feel his spirit finally breaking. When a new group comes upon the scene- the gray pack, a clan of coyotes and jackals that believe that all species should be united- Mhumhi finds his new bitterness clashing with their ideals. And then someone unexpected asks for his aid: Hlolwa, the leader of the painted dogs, who is carrying her own terrible secret... Includes an extended preview of the upcoming prequel to the Darkeye series!< Less
The Starving Heart By Lydia West
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In order to protect the child Tareq from murderous painted dogs, Mhumhi and his sister Kutta have fled Wild Dog City for the endless desert. They are searching for the so-called forbidden place- a... More > building where all the remaining human secrets are locked away. The answers to everything that happened to make Wild Dog City what it is. But they are being pursued, and no place is a safe haven for very long... Between their pursuers and the hopeless quest of keeping Tareq alive, Mhumhi begins to feel his spirit finally breaking. When a new group comes upon the scene- the gray pack, a clan of coyotes and jackals that believe that all species should be united- Mhumhi finds his new bitterness clashing with their ideals. And then someone unexpected asks for his aid: Hlolwa, the leader of the painted dogs, who is carrying her own terrible secret... Includes an extended preview of the upcoming prequel to the Darkeye series!< Less