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📒Wreck My Life ✍ Mo Isom
📝Wreck My Life Book Synopsis : A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Inspiring Story of How Brokenness Leads to Bold Faith Jesus promises peace and trouble for his followers. But most of us accept the peace and are confused and angry when adversity comes our way. All-American soccer star Mo Isom knows the struggle firsthand. While her life seemed like a success, she was battling an eating disorder, the suicide of her father, and a horrific car accident. It wasn't until God wrecked her life that she discovered the glory of renewal through Jesus Christ and that wreckage can be sacred rather than scarring. Readers take the journey from broken to bold with her and learn to surrender their lives to the King who was wrecked on their behalf. Endorsements "Mo reminds us that brokenness is actually the very place God meets us the most, and the place where we can find Jesus like never before."--Jefferson Bethke, New York Times bestselling author of Jesus > Religion "Every person who picks up this book will be challenged, entertained, and more connected with God by reading it."--Annie Downs, author of Let's All Be Brave
📒Train Wreck ✍ Tod Harrison Williams
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📒My Life And Dreams Book1 To 31 ✍ Denise Pinch
📝My Life and Dreams Book1 to 31 Book Synopsis : Denise Pinch lives in St. Thomas, Ontario. She would like to meet George Clooney and go to Egypt with an Egyptian someday. Written down in the morning while the imagery and emotions are still fresh, Denise bravely shares her personal and most intimate visions.(I tell my story to help other to tell their own story to help them to get their story out to other the their life time my Life and Dreams book are my own writing and in my own words to.) Could you help by buying my books to help a new writer to make money to live a good life or a poor writer sell some book to help out or the writer who is a person with Disability who is a new writer to help other. By Denise Pinch PG 14
📒My Life Is Like The Scattered Wreck ✍ D. D. Griswold
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📒Poetry E Motion ✍ Ronald LaCourse
📝Poetry E Motion Book Synopsis : POETRY E-MOTION is Ronald LaCourses first written poetry of his own original writings. Since 1995, he has dealt with a multitude of situations not allowing him to put his words into poetic form. Ronald has been active with public speaking organizations since 1992, which has allowed him the confidence to organize his written skills since the age of 12 years old. Ronald has grown up in Cleveland, Ohio, and has two very special children in his life. His two daughters April and Christa have been influenced by his poetry and his work as a single parent. This book is the first in a series to be presented as time prevails allowing influence on the other children and adults to address factors that have made a difference in his life. Growing up in the 60s and the 70s and 80s, poetry has always been a part of his life and is sharing lifes experiences of all natures, influencing people and ideal social gathering to share his poems and his influences. Ronalds two children have been quite an influence of his poetry and will continue traditional reason to write. A word of advice for future generations: Do not hide your feelings and do not avoid commitments. Once you do, the reason for living seems to be squandered and you, as the individual, has become disoriented and unacceptable. Go with what is in your heart and do what is right for all.
📒Life After Wreck A Memoir ✍ LB Sedlacek
📝Life After Wreck A Memoir Book Synopsis : People don't drive cars through buildings - that's what I used to laugh and say when I would see it on TV or in the movies. But then, then it happened to me. I wasn't in the car. I was in the building. And I lived. My unborn son lived. My father lived. This is my story ... my life after the wreck.
📒The Inexplicable Logic Of My Life ✍ Benjamin Alire Saenz
📝The Inexplicable Logic of My Life Book Synopsis : A warmly humane look at universal questions of belonging, infused with humour, from the bestselling author of Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe. Sal used to know his place with his adoptive gay father, their loving Mexican American family, and his best friend, Samantha. But it’s senior year, and suddenly Sal is throwing punches, questioning everything, and realizing he no longer knows himself. If Sal’s not who he thought he was, who is he? 'Friendships, family, grief, joy, rage, faith, doubt, poetry, and love – this complex and sensitive book has room for every aspect of growing up!' Margarita Engle, author of The Surrender Tree ‘… another stellar, gentle look into the emotional lives of teens on the cusp of adulthood’ Kirkus Reviews Praise for Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe: ‘… a smart, intelligent, engaging coming-of-age story and a deep, thoughtful exploration of identity and sexuality’ The Book Smugglers ‘Meticulous pacing and finely nuanced characters underpin the author's gift for affecting prose that illuminates the struggles within relationships’ Kirkus Reviews, starred review
📒My Life As A Pit Bull ✍ Doris Aiken
📝My Life as a Pit Bull Book Synopsis : "This stubborn, intractable, uncompromising woman, Doris Aiken, began her unrelenting assault on NYS legislative leaders in 1980—stunningly, against all odds, her voice was heard, resulting in immediate bi-partisan legislative cooperation passage of 13 DWI reform bills that dropped drunk driving deaths 27%." —Chris Cernick, former Assembly Special Panel for DWI reform, 12-31-2001 "The right of citizens to petition government was rarely so well exercised as in the 1980s by Doris Aiken, leader of NYS RID, to deter drunken driving. Thousands are alive today because of her prodding of government to combat this menace." —Leslie G. Foschio, Federal Magistrate, former DMV Commissioner, 1-3-2002 “I once told a reporter that Doris was a pit bull, but if she were in charge, the budget would pass on time.” —James Tedisco, NYS Assemblyman, 4-4-2002
📒How To Ruin My Teenage Life ✍ Simone Elkeles
📝How to Ruin My Teenage Life Book Synopsis : In this sequel to How to Ruin a Summer Vacation, EVERYTHING in sixteen-year-old Amy Nelson Barak’s life is going wrong! Her mom got married and moved to the suburbs, and now they are going to have a baby. Amy moves in with her dad in Chicago and signs him up for an online dating service. His first four dates are that night . . . What else? Her dog Mutt impregnated her grumpy neighbor’s prized poodle, so Amy will actually have to get a part-time job to pay for half the veterinary bill. And there’s this totally annoying boy, Nathan Rubin, who just moved into her apartment building. Luckily, Amy has a cute boyfriend named Avi. Only he’s more like a non-boyfriend considering Avi is in the Israeli army for the next three years. What’s a girl to do when everyone is conspiring to ruin her life?
📒Fighting For My Life ✍ J. J. Joseph
📝Fighting for My Life Book Synopsis : In 2006 Joseph was convicted of a violent assault on his wife. His subsequent detention meant there was a very real possibility that he might never be reunited with her and might not see his children again. Full of remorse, Joseph accepted his punishment, worked through the counselling and anger management courses he was required to complete, and fought to see his family again. During this period he took a good hard look at his life: at his violent upbringing dominated by a father whose fists were his first resort, at his hostile relationship with his mother (also a victim of violence), at the heartbreaking suicide of his younger brother, at his father's shocking murder, at his drug abuse and womanising. He was forced to see what other people saw: a frightening and violent man whose actions were unpredictable. It was then that he understood, for the first time, what his wife had to put up with and why she was sometimes reticent and withdrawn. Finally it was his love for her and his devotion to his children that pulled him through. Drug- and alcohol-free for over a year now, and determined to change his life, Joseph has now been accepted back into the heart of his family. In Fighting for my Life, Joseph talks openly about his family background and life experiences, and is unusually honest in describing his feelings. This book played a major part in bringing his wife and his mother back to him again, after they read and grasped the truth about Joseph. It is a heartbreaking and heart-warming story and Fighting for my Life will restore people's faith that there can be a favourable resolution to situations of domestic violence.