Marilyn Monroe by Andrea Dillon

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Be inspired! The fascinating facts of how Norma Jeane turned a devastating childhood into a booming career, taking Hollywood by storm and becoming one of the most celebrated faces in the history of stardom. From a little girl who was abandoned to the ultimate glamour girl! Raised by foster parents and in an orphanage, all strikes were against ... Read More...

Bulimia A Guide To Recovery Through Self-Love by Ella Morrison

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Bulimia Cure: Bulimia A Guide To Recovery through Self- Love - Written by Professional Dancer. In this Guide you will discover a step by step process to recovering successfully from Bulimia For Life. It was written by a profession dancer Ella Morrison, who will share with you her story and how she finally overcame Bulimia and how you can do the ... Read More...

1980s Kid by Jade Heasley

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This book is a laugh out loud collection of the true stories of the schemes and scrapes of her childhood, brilliantly woven with a wildly funny commentary of the popular culture, fads, fashions, trends, and technology of the 1980s! What happens when a mostly good, but very creative little girl with a bratty streak dances on the line that ... Read More...

From Nowhere to Everywhere–Almost! by Marvin Shimel

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Recalling Life on a Farm, Childhood Pranks, Growing Up Poor in Iowa, Joining the U.S. Army Air Force, Military Maneuvers Recollections about Official and not-so-official Trips to Vietnam, Paris, London, Turkey, Iran and two dozen other countries. Tours of Duty, Making Movies, Movie Stars on Military Bases, My Loving Family, Military Humor, Travel ... Read More...

Free Kindle Book: Reflections Prayers from the Heart of a 14 Year-Old Boy by Michael Alexander Beas

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Reflections: Prayers from the Heart of a 14 Year Old Boy, in many ways, is a mirror image of my life. I wrote these prayers when I was a young adult growing up in Miami. As with any big city, drugs, sex and violence were part of everyday life. Becoming a teenager in our ever-changing world is a challenge for parents and children alike. In many ... Read More...

Just Ordinary Moms: True Stories by Moms for Moms

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Motherhood is wonderful, most of the time. Except when your teenage boy doesn't come home, your daughter is caught with her pants down , danger looms in a darkening canyon or daydreams of winning a major sweepstakes takes you out of the running for "Mother of the Year!" This true, "names have been changed to protect the innocent" book features ... Read More...

Alien in the Delta by Thankful Strother

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Alien in the Delta a memoir about Thankful Strother who grows up in the rural south on the Mississippi river in Southeast Arkansas during the 1950's. He spent his early childhood in fear that bad men in the area were coming to harm him and his family. His fear based on what had happen to his nine-year friend' father who was found stabbed to death ... Read More...

Peasants Come Last by Dr. J. Larry Brown

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Why is doing good in the developing world so hard? Today, the original vision President John F. Kennedy and Sargent Shriver had for the Peace Corps as a powerful arm of support for the world’s dispossessed lies buried in layers of bureaucratic blindness and political expediency. But there is yet hope, as former Peace Corps Country Director J. ... Read More...

Shine: How to Walk the Talk by Nancy Segovia

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Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven. Matt. 5:16 The Bible tells us we need to “shine before men,” but what does this mean and how do we do it? In Shine: How to Walk the Talk, Nancy Segovia lays out a series of simple steps you can to take to walk the talk: to love God ... Read More...

Child, Hold Me by Michel Sauret

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"Child, Hold Me," tells the story of losing a child in the womb through a man's eyes. Michel and Heather were a young college couple when she suddenly broke the news to him: She was pregnant. In this short memoir, Michel explores the complex emotions of facing the reality of pregnancy. As he battles between the options of fathering a child, ... Read More...