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Book: Georgia Ranch by Ashlee Wilson
It all started on a small farm in Georgia where everyone knows who you are and you can't keep any secrets. There was this young cowboy Daniel and his daughter Emma they took milk to the market every morning before the sun came up. Except for one day and that was today it was the anniversary of his wife's death it was a year ago today. On this day he and his daughter would go buy flowers to take [...]
 
Book: Once There Were Sad Songs by Velda Brotherton
In the summer of 1985, Mary Elizabeth flees a fanatic husband and a cult-like life to search for a meaningful existence. Camped in Ouachita State Park she falls in with three scruffy motorcycle bums after one of them rescues her from some young hoodlums. That one, despite all his nightmare memories, teaches her the true meaning of love and changes her life forever. Steven, a Vietnam vet and war [...]
 
Book: Eastbound Sailing by Todd Foley
Meet Aiden Lawrence. He needs your help, but he doesn't know it. He needs companionship, but he doesn't want to be your friend. He doesn't know how to like himself, and he can't expose the truth of his past. You'll want to help him. Be patient with him. He's trying. Even if it pushes him to the brink of death, he'll keep trying. Aiden's a jaded young man struggling to reconcile with his past, [...]
 
Book: And This Is Where It All Begins... by Harry J Hawkins
This book is the beginning of the tale of a boy (me) who struggles with the past that has made him who he is today. The story itself can be outlined by reading through the titles of each poem. But the poems themselves offer a deeper understanding and look into who I am and what I have dealt with and still deal with. Of course it's not in your face as in tells you exactly what I've gone through [...]
 
Book: The Fat Lady's Low, Sad Song by Brian Kaufman
Named to Kirkus Reviews' Best Books of 2018 2019 Maxy Book Awards - Best Literary Courtney Morgan is a female knuckle-ball pitcher trying to break into professional baseball. Parker Westfall is an aging slugger with one last chance at the ultimate carrot a spot on a major-league roster. She's gorgeous, and he's having the season of his life. Together, they'll try to change a losing team's [...]
 
Book: A Place in the Heart by Art Lillo
Cody put his music career on hold due to a lost love and to also fulfill a life long dream, to own his own greenhouse operation. However, meeting an orphan girl, Anne, he found life to be much more than he realized. Anne was different than anyone he had ever met or heard of. Was she an Angel? With a voice of an Angel and the message of hope, she also captured the hearts of people from all over [...]
 
Book: HOPE by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
I worked in a rest home for two years and during this time I wrote HOPE. HOPE is the story of a group of residents that feeling abandoned and cut off from the rest of the world ban together and form an action group - after their first meeting they request many changes from the home director that is more interested in the bottom line than in the welfare of the people - for their requests: they [...]
 
Book: Saving Grace - Angel Of Mercy by Sandra Rains DeBusk
For those who believe in angels and the works of God, this book is for you!Grace is a young woman who lost her first love, her husband Joe. She falls into a deep depression and is giving up. Spirit is her angel and comes to save her from a self-inflicted death. Spirit is trying to earn her wings and saving Grace is the way to do it! Little does Spirit know ... she will grow to love Grace.
 
Book: Button Nose the Sad Little Bear by Gina LoBiondo
Button Nose the Sad Little Bear is a heartwarming story of a sad little teddy bear and the little girl who's his best friend. When they get separated, the little bear spends years going from one owner to the next, but never forgetting his best friend. Do they have a happy ending? You'll have to read the book to find out! This book is based on my own childhood teddy bear and my 2 1/2 year search [...]
 
Book: How To Be A Smart SOB Like Me by Larry Landgraf
Work, money, food, relationships, life in general these are the everyday struggles for billions crowded into our challenging world. Larry Landgraf tells us his story and the many lessons he's learned for finding extraordinary happiness. How to Be a Smart SOB Like Me is a stark but heartfelt examination of a life well-lived. You might like him, and you might not, but you can't help but learn ways [...]
 
Book: A Brain Tumour's Travel Tale by Claire Bullimore
In 2008 at the age of 25, Claire Bullimore was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour, an Intraventricular Meningioma. This book follows Claire's life between 2007 till 2017, showing the true emotions and hardships of a brain tumour diagnosis, surgery, recovery and then the scars inside and out. This book is written to give encouragement to any person who is now at the beginning of their new journey. [...]
 
Book: Old Men Don't Cry - A Hong Kong Tale of Sorrow by Tim I. Gurung
Chan Hong was alone since the day he could remember. His father was a drunkard, his mother was a gambler, and they were never around at home. He learned everything from Uncle Seven while working at his small store. Eddie Ko and Tsang Adele were his only friends from the high school and they did almost everything together as a team. Chan Hong always wanted to be a police officer. When his mother [...]
 
Book: Life Over A Cup Of Tea by Ray Stone
A collection of humorous, sad, thoughtful and thought provoking poetry, lyrics and anecdotes. This collection is a look at life through the eyes - and warped mind - of an englishman living in the USA. This is a must that can bring light releif to that time of day when one sips the elixir of life - a cup of tea.
 
Book: Feelings, Feelings, Feelings by Kathy Sills, Karen Sills
Bobbie wakes up from a dream about the toy store. He has it in his head that his mother will take him. When she tells him no because she is too busy, he loses control of his feelings and throws a tantrum. So Bobbie must have a time-out to think about his behavior. During time-out Bobbie decides that helping his mother with chores may be a way to get to go to the toy store.
 
Book: Marilyn Monroe - On the Couch - Inside the Mind and Life of Marilyn Monroe by Alma H. Bond
It has been mere days since the brilliant children of the Young Inventors Guild escaped from the clutches of the horrible Komar Romak.They've escaped with their lovely and caring schoolteacher, Miss Brett; with their long-absent parents; and with their bizarre captors, protectors, or both the mysterious men in black. And now they travel by train, destined for parts unknown.But a note torn from [...]
 
Book: Rousing Cadence by Shamsud Ahmed, Abhishek Dudeja, Alka Narula, Amit Agarwal, Jess C Scott, Saru Singhal, Sohail Akhtar, Seema Sharma
This book is a concerted effort by seven authors across the globe. This is for the first time published authors and renowned bloggers are coming together and sharing their creativity through this book. It brings forth different thinking and perspectives and unique styles of these authors and is expected to appeal to the wider audience. The book is a testimony to the power of today s Technology [...]
 
Book: Between Octobers (Savor The Days Series Book 1) by A.R. Rivera
***Updated and expanded! Includes sneak peek at September Rain, Book 2 of Savor The Days series*** "Lovers of both thriller and romance will enjoy Between Octobers. I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars and will happily be reading the next book in the series" "I went into this book thinking it was going to be a run-of-the-mill thriller. I was pleasantly surprised when the book began seamlessly [...]
 
Book: Nobody's Pets in Cyprus by Diane Griffith
Stories about some of the dogs and cats that I have rescued in Cyprus over the last five years. I have managed to find kind homes for most dogs that I have found half -starved and terrified of all humans. It's a sad situation, and what I have done is only a 'drop in the ocean' but every drop counts! The proceeds from this book and my four previous books will help me to go on trying to save more. [...]
 
Book: Love Poems and More From the Heart and Soul of Man by Charles Johnson
This amazing poetry book Is filled with awesome imagery and heartfelt poems. It contains over 100 poems to pull at your heartstrings. Poems of love, lost love, and forbidden love. Funny poems, sad poems, patriotic poems, heartfelt warm emotional poems, and a few naughty sensual poems sprinkled in just for fun. Poems that will bring a smile to your face and a tear to your eyes. Poems that just may [...]
 
Book: Teen Little Black Book - #Sadfishing Talk to Kids by Patrice M Foster
Are You Worried About Your Teen's Critical Life, Your Weakening Relationship With Them And Their Increasing Vulnerability To The Damaging Effects Of Modern Technology? This Book Is Here To Help You Take That Burden Away! Have you always desired to improve your relationship with your teenage child by understanding them, acquainting yourself with how they think and their world in general; be able [...]
 
Book: THE LAST HURRAH - An elderly couple enjoys one last celebration as they face the end of life's journey. by Carmel McMurdo Audsley
Bob and Anna McAllister are a retired couple living a comfortable lifestyle in Australia. When Anna's breast cancer returns and Bob's heart condition deteriorates, they are worried about dealing with the end stage of life. Their adult children all have busy lives and they don't want to be a burden to them. They have enjoyed many cruises to the South Pacific and, after much discussion, they decide [...]
 
Book: Life's Rhythms by Vickie Johnstone
Old meets new in this collection of 316 haiku, composed in the traditional pattern of three lines with 5-7-5 syllables. Subjects include: nature, life, animals, loss, love, longing, hope, the seasons, dreams and time. Reviews: "I feel the trees swaying, birds and squirrels playing. Reading her poems were like that, inspiring, heart felt and full of wonder. An emotional experience." Patricia Kemp [...]
 
Book: Dreamin' Dreams by Brendan Gerad O'Brien
Ireland is an amazing wonderland of foot-tapping songs and glorious scenery, of silver lakes and green hills, of blue mountains and wild oceans, of hearty humour and rib tickling laughter, of dark myth and strange legend, of tall tales that reek of wonder and also of woe. Tourists flock there every year to drink in this wonderful atmosphere, to savour the green countryside, to capture the very [...]
 
Book: Underneath by Michael Cargill
Look at the person sitting just across from you. It doesn't matter whether they're a loved one, a friend, or a complete stranger. Now look at their face. Are they happy? Are they sad? Or are they angry? Can you even tell? How well do you actually know the people closest to you? Have you ever seen the real person that lies just underneath what you see...?
 
Book: Wishes Do Come True by Amanda Cozyn
This book is a children's picture story book about a baby who gets dropped off at the orphanage on a rainy night. She finds herself wishing for a family to love her. The inspiration came from my daughter who loved me reading stories to her at bedtime. She asked me to take the book with her to kinder and the kids loved it. This book is aimed at baby to the age of 7. I chose this cover as it tells [...]
 
Book: Military Life - Service or Career (A Soldier's Perspective) by John R. McClarren
A book for young people interested in the military as a service or career, and for older readers who have had military service and would like a good read to reminisce the old times and their own experiences. It is informative, exciting, sad and very humorous all in one volume. It is full of stories that are entertaining, as well as educational and emotional.
 
Book: The Church Across the Street by Neil Griffin
Amazon reviews - "a very special read," "thoroughly enjoyable, and very funny indeed," "this novel had me staying up very late and wanting more, so off to bed early the second night to finish it," "I loved this book, it took me back to many times in my childhood," "poignant, sad, triumphant and funny" "full of social comment, and written with large amounts of humour," "thoughtful and thought [...]
 
Book: Horses - A Religion by Stephen Place
From the Gypsies at the famous Appleby Horse Fair to International 3 day eventing. This is the story of a lifetime spent with horses. A truthful, at times brutally honest account of dealing horses, competing them and trying to make a living from them. Funny, sad and at times hard to comprehend in its observation of the human aspect when involved in this enchanting, all encompassing lifestyle.
 
Book: People and Things That Went Before by Leonard Stegmann
We are told we shouldn't live in the past, but surely there's no harm in the occasional visit? In this nostalgic collection, Leonard Stegmann remembers those delicious school lunches, his first cuss word, what he should have told those nuns and his grandma's incomprehensible inability to see the nearly-unlimited humor potential in a slice of rubber cheese. A warm, funny and sometimes sad look [...]
 
Book: Donkey Walloper - A Coppers Tale Part II by Stephen Place
Donkey Walloper ( A Coppers Tale part II) a rollercoaster ride through the streets of Bradford in the vice squad dealing with drug dealers, prostitutes and pimps. Onto the Mounted Branch riding police horses at football matches, riots, pop concerts and the streets of Yorkshire. Hilarious stories about changing the guard at Buckingham Palace and being presented to the Queen Mother. Very honest, [...]
 


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