A collection of writing and artwork to inspire and motivate women to believe in themselves and to value their own existence.
Part crime drama, part self-help, but totally captivating, author Kimberly Lollis Parrish shares her powerful story of love, brutal loss, and crushing grief. When her baby brother Griffen was born, he captured the hearts of everyone who met him, and Kimberly loved him as if he were her own. Growing up in small town South Carolina, he did his best to rise above the cruelty in life, but it slowly dragged him down, finally leaving him dead by the side of the road.
Glass Half Full is the true story of a family, my family, and how we moved to Australia to live the dream. We achieved it, lived it and then lost it during the Brisbane floods in January 2011. Our Australian journey was tested many times, in different ways, throughout our four years there, but the floods caused us to lose the roots to our dream.
ASK and You Shall Succeed!—a code of professional conduct and powerful sequential formula that promotes an undeniable aura of success. Appearance, speech, and knowledge are the universal barometers in the court of public opinion. The master closer and the super salesman carefully craft their images with striking appearances.
Using The Law of Attraction to Help The Universe Help You is coming to you directly from the the source: The Universe. Using direct contact with the greater powers that form all-that-is, this book will teach you how to use the Law of Attraction to get what you really want: Love, Happiness, Success and Abundance.
Just out of college and completely alone in the world, Maggie Montgomery has one shot left to save her life from an abyss of poverty and hopelessness. Clinging to the last shred of fuel and hope, she arrives at the mansion of Texas billionaire Conrad Ayers. Although Maggie is clearly not what Mr. Ayers and his wife have in mind for a nanny ...
Longtime journalist and award-winning writer Christy Potter has compiled some of her recent work into "The World is My Oyster But I Didn't Know How to Cook." It includes humorous and thought-provoking essays on New York (where she lives and wishes she was from), Kansas (where she's actually from), childhood, books, infertility, good days, bad days, and life in general, as well as interviews she's done with well-known writers.
Have you ever prayed for something of major importance and gotten no answer? Or worse, a no? In "Do You Trust Me?" Jessica Johnson deals with the impact that unanswered prayers and major disappointments have on a person's faith and ability to trust God. Hopefully after reading this very personal account, you will find that there is a reason to fully trust the Lord!
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