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Jason’s Journey
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 298

Jason’s Journey

The end of my journey here on earth is presently being played out, but I am not afraid. In my lifetime, I have experienced it all—love, happiness, sorrow, and disappointment. Yet I have never felt alone. First, in my childhood, my parents were always there to love and protect me, and then it was my friends at school. I was abundantly blessed having Anne at my side, my wife and my life’s companion. But even above all this, I have felt the ever presence of God. I’ve said and done many things that I regret, but my God is a forgiving god, and in my prayers, I am ever pleading for forgiveness for offending him in any way. I can only imagine the wonderment of what lies ahead for me. After se...

The Story of Mary Beth’s Transformation through Adolescence
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 87

The Story of Mary Beth’s Transformation through Adolescence

Martha Parker-Sanders, was born in Arkansas, she married her childhood class mate at age eighteen and later moved to California, where she attended college and obtained her degrees in Child Development. Ms.Martha Sanders put special emphasis on children ́s growth within their environment and community. She also studied Child psychology. She designed her first hooded step in towel and has written her first book, titled The Story Of Mary Beth ́s Transformation Through Adolescence.

404 Page Secrets
  • Language: en

404 Page Secrets

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Boys and Girls
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 60

Boys and Girls

THE STORY: BOYS AND GIRLS is a contemporary look at family. Two couples in their early thirties, with a complicated history of love and loss, reach across vast obstacles in order to grow up, settle down and raise a child. But not necessarily in tha

Political Fiction, the Spirit of the Age, and Allen Drury
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 250

Political Fiction, the Spirit of the Age, and Allen Drury

The President of the United States, says the Constitution, cannot act in many specified instances without the "advice and consent" of Congress. But "advice" is not a strong word. And taking or not taking advice is a fairly nebulous situation . . . creating an instability, a fundamental ambiguity, at the very heart of power, between the Congress and the President. It is this instability, and this wide-openness, that allows the free play of the more intangible types of power that begin where the constitution breaks off: sex, personality, and character. Things which are left out of civics textbooks are what Allen Drury took as his subject in such novels as Advise and Consent, A Shade of Difference, and Capable of Honor.

Jason Stone: (Book 5): Rediscovering the Past
  • Language: en

Jason Stone: (Book 5): Rediscovering the Past

Jason found himself in a situation that he knew he could not change without some help. Could he find what he needed before it was too late? Jason wondered how this conflict could come back after thousands of years. His goal now was to find a way to resolve it once and for all. Could he do it himself, or would he need the help of someone? Would he be standing alone in this conflict, or will the others stand beside him? No one had that answer until it came to a head. The truth is revealed about an accident that could have costs lives had Jason and the others not intervened. But the question remained; was it an accident or malicious intent? What is revealed is only a cover-up and the lies may cost someone their freedom. Find out what Jason has in store for his friends, his family, and complete strangers, as he struggles with reality.

Better a Dinner of Herbs
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 220

Better a Dinner of Herbs

First published in 1950, Better a Dinner of Herbs is a compellingly dramatic tale of twisted, often violent human relationships. Taking its title from a biblical passage dealing with the power of love and hate within a household, the novel counterbalances its grim narrative with a poetic prose that evokes a reverence for the rhythm of the seasons and the continuity of life. Byron Herbert Reece situates the story in the isolated hills of the agrarian South where he spent most of his life, but it could have occurred in any rural setting at any time. An unmarried girl dies in childbirth. Her brother, swearing revenge on the father of the child, sells the family farm and turns toward the open wo...

Jason Kindle
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 222

Jason Kindle

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2012-11-07
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  • Publisher: iUniverse

2100AD: “The pollution is level 10,” a news report said. Tragic things were happening on planet Earth as global warming became worse and the wars for fuel were fought between the ‘First Four’ planets. Jason Kindle, a teenager, began a journey as one of two-hundred passengers, across the Milky Way Galaxy in search of a new home world and a new beginning. He encounters the first of an alien life form who helped save his life and those of the other passengers and their ship called the Galaxy. Starting a new life on a new world called Bright Star had its problems. Establishing a new world order was begun immediately after arrival. Several hundred years had passed on Earth since the Galax...

Misunderstood: Healing Jason Sutter
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 214

Misunderstood: Healing Jason Sutter

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2011-12
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  • Publisher: iUniverse

It is December of 1962 when a car rolls down a tree-lined street in a bedroom community south of Philadelphia. Slumped in the back seat is thirteen-year-old Jason Sutter, unaware he will soon be delivered to his foster family. As Lydia and Frank DeBois open the door to welcome Jason and the social worker, they have no idea of the kind of power they are about to let into their home. Diagnosed as potentially violent with severe psychotic tendencies, Jason has a future that seems uncertain at best. Now victim to his foster parents' deliberate experiments with his medicine, Jason has already missed two years of school. But even more perplexing are the newfound mental abilities he has discovered over the past few months. It turns out that Jason is a gifted telepath who now must claw his way out of the darkness of mind-numbing drugs to determine how he can use his physical and mental superpowers for the good of the world. As Jason makes friends and discovers enemies, he enters a larger world wielding his psychic powers-completely unaware that he is a medical miracle.

Never Tear Us Apart
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 304

Never Tear Us Apart

Your favorite Queer as Folk characters take you along on their youthful journey of sexual self-discovery in a new line of books based on the record-breaking Showtime series hailed as "fiercely realistic" by The New York Times. USA Today raves, "There's never been anything else like it on TV." Never Tear Us Apart They've been to the prom and signed the yearbooks. Now Brian and Michael are apart for the first time since grade school. Brian's soccer scholarship takes him to Carnegie-Mellon where he finds that he's a fresh -- if not a small -- fish in a big new pond. Meanwhile Michael, Deb, and Uncle Vic embark on the annual Novotny family vacation in the Poconos, where Michael makes some "new" ...