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Book: A Day in the Life of a Nursing Student by Sandra Carlson
In 1993 I graduated nursing school and obtained a Vocational Nurse license. I have now had that license for 19 years. And even though I haven't had the opportunity to progress that license, I have done many things to advance my knowledge and skill base. When I was in school, even though it was stressful at times, it was one of the best things I ever did. I originally finished the book in 1996, [...]
 
Book: THE DIARY OF A CANADIAN NOBODY - The diary of a Mr. Nobody and how the war on terror affects his modern family by Paul James
Arthur Lakelady is a man with many worries. Alys, his wife, is infatuated with the home renovator re-modeling their kitchen, or so their teenage daughter Gwen says. How Gwen knows this is a mystery to Arthur for she never leaves her bedroom, except to go to school and work . Gwen's worried a family breakup will spoil her chances of a good university. That doesn't concern Arthur for Gwen passes [...]
 
Book: A House Husbands Diary by David Bull
A period of my life when I found myself out of work and confined to barracks, I mean home. It is a brief snapshot of all the trials and tribulations I faced during this period of my life. I freely admit to using a lot of poetic licence to try and make the episodes slightly humorous but all that happened does have a grain of truth, I promise. It was written over a period of three months, mainly to [...]
 
Book: Diary of a Palm Reader by Myrna Lou Goldbaum
Beginning in 1956 to 2003, this book records numerous palm reading sessions of people from all walks of life. Myrna Lou Goldbaum learned the occult art medium of Oriental Palmistry as a child of ten. In fifty-three years she has documented over 30,400 palms with an accuracy rate of 90-95%. There are stories of famous people, murderers, a kidnappers, embezzlers, a bigamist, a man abducted by a [...]
 
Book: The True Diary of a Mum-to-be - a pregnancy companion by Charlie Plunkett
The True Diary of a Mum-to- be a pregnancy companion - Charlie has only done two things in her life that she considers truly grown up. The first was to get married and the second was to start a family. It wasn't long before she realised how little she knew about pregnancy and birth... Charlie's diary is an honest and funny account of her pregnancy, recounting tales of a vicious squirrel attack, a [...]
 
Book: Dead Diary by L. P. Donnelli
Dead Diary tells the story of Mathilde, a young girl who has to deal with the usual difficulties of growing up: such as problems at school, not being noticed by that special boy, and having to constantly help ghosts find their peace: I'm tired. Dead tired. So tired I can barely stay awake to write this. After helping Mr Bircher search for his head all night, I'm a little annoyed too. Dad doesn't [...]
 
Book: Tainted Youth (Diary of a Human Target) by Isidora Vey
Since early childhood, Yvonne has had many reasons to suspect that she is different from the other people: She often experiences telepathic and psychic phenomena. She is eminent for her high intelligence and good character. She never wishes to harm anybody; she wouldn't know how, either. As a result, the others underestimate her and show it to her at the first opportunity. During adolescence, new [...]
 
Book: The True Diary of Baby's First Year - a mothering companion by Charlie Plunkett
In Charlie's Diary she recounts those magical first days when she finally gains access to the best club in the world 'Parenthood'... Her diary is a humorous and honest account of her attempts to be that ever elusive 'Yummy Mummy' she keeps reading about. But with boobs that are so sore getting fully dressed isn't really an option and no free time to visit a hairdressers she finds that 'Scummy [...]
 
Book: THE KEYS TO MY DIARY by Ann Omasta
Hi, there! Would YOU like to take a peek in my diary? Wait, we haven't been introduced. My name is Fern, and by some wonderful stroke of good luck, I live in the beautiful, tropical Florida Keys. My life is wacky, often wild, and always entertaining. From my love-hate relationship with the book, The Secret, to my encounters with cursing parrots and skittering crabs, the summations of my offbeat [...]
 
Book: Diary of an (Almost) Baby Boomer - Volume 1 - The Big Birthday by Jan Marsh
Born in the same year as Goldie Hawn and Eric Clapton, Stella Hart - amateur wordsmith, book group devotee and inveterate watcher of property porn - may have led a less eventful life but she's had her moments, most of which have been recorded in the her diaries over the years. Even now, the year of the The Big Birthday, the entries continue, whether to chronicle her running battle with service [...]
 
Book: Diary of a Drunk Man - The Younger Years by Scott James Ries
I was a drunk for over 20 years. My last dance with alcohol was on February 15, 2009. I now use fitness to live a better life. I have 7 DUI's (on record) and have spent over 8 years of my life locked up. I have spent most of my life looking over my shoulder because I created more enemies than I would care to have; to include of course Johnny Law. I own a few snowplows in the surrounding counties [...]
 
Book: A Hairdresser's Diary by Christine M Hannon
Hairdressing is an act of transformation. We search for the hairdresser that can change us with just the right cut, just the right style. When we find our hairdresser, we make a new friend, often telling them stories about our lives that we don't share with everyone. They become the keeper of our diary. Sometimes we wonder what the world looks like from their eyes. The Hairdresser's Diary lets us [...]
 
Book: The True Diary of a Bride-to-be by Charlie Plunkett
When Charlie was little a gypsy fortune teller at a village fair told her when she grew up she would be married twice... Now fast forward to some thirty years later in Paris where her boyfriend unexpectedly pops the big question. In Charlie's diary she shares her experiences and insights as she plans for not just one wedding but two, to the same man! From the bright lights of Vegas to a whirlwind [...]
 
Book: Eternal Life Diary of an Immortal Soul October, 1337-June, 1358 by Misty Helms
Pandora Porchillo was born during the Dark Ages, where chaos, plagues, poverty, and superstitions were high at all times. Since she was a child, she was prepared by her family for something unknown to her. To be a part of the story that holds the key to all known and unknown life to have ever existed which was written sixty-one thousand years ago; written by mystics that had created and spawned [...]
 
Book: 2016 Weekly Planner + Notes, 12 Month - Plan each week. Keeping track of appointments is the way to success by Tempus Fugit
2016 Weekly Planner + Notes *** NOW ONLY $6.99 *** This 12-month easy week by week at a glance layout is simple to use and those all important dates are at your fingertips. Weekly calendar one side and room for notes the other, making this planner an unmissable companion for all. There is a contact list at the back for all your telephone numbers and addresses.
 
Book: ORACLE SQL & PL/SQL Golden Diary - Refactoring, Interoperability of Versions & Integration of related concepts for High Performance by asim chowdhury
This book covers three aspects 1: Interoperability among database versions 2: Integration of related concepts for performance 3: Creation of Golden Diary in a nutshell by practical examples These intentions have been arisen based on the burning need of database users I have come across throughout my career with roles like PL/SQL developers , Database Administrators, Designers, Data analysts, [...]
 
Book: Pages from My Diary by M Lynn Cleveland
Don't ever trust a man...that is what my mother always told me.This is a first of many novellas that tells the story of a young girls path into womanhood. Her mom was unloving, hateful yet a woman of God as she said. The last thing I ever wanted to be was like my mother but you learn you are what you were raised to be. It takes a lot of work to change your pattern of thinking from a child.
 
Book: The Diary of a Babydyke in Transition by Michael Mardel
This is a teen's blog of her journey into accepting she is a lesbian. She can't tell her friends and she hides it from her family. She ends up at a party after work where there are only women. She is so uneasy and organises a lift home. She has a gay cousin in Perth and asks to join him. They go to a few night spots though it's usually drag shows. She eventually finds work in a cafe and is happy [...]
 
Book: Pure Confessions Deluxe Edition by Jamila Gomez
In Pure Confessions: The Deluxe Edition, the worlds of Volumes I and II collide to give readers the pleasure of reading both works at once. Favorites, such as "Contemptible You", "Be Alone", and "Songs of Tranquility" join forces with "Critically Acclaimed", "Illicit Permissible Solicitation", and "Muse", along with a few new editions. Author Jamila Gomez gives readers a double dose into the [...]
 
Book: Looking for Oscar - Diary of a Star Woman on Earth by Piera Sarasini
Kassandra Morgante is a star woman with a mission. She has returned to Earth from the eternal land of Arkadia to fulfil the Ancient Venusian Prophecy and help the evolution of humankind into a race of immortal beings. She must learn what it takes to be a woman, and experience the initiation known as heartbreak. Healing the imbalance in the man-woman relationship on Earth lies at the core of the [...]
 
Book: System Error - The diary of my reconfiguration
"System error: the diary of my reconfiguration" this novel will take you on a journey of mystery, romance and suspense as a man reinvents himself by using another's Facebook identity to resolve the issues surrounding his virginity. If you enjoy reading about sex and foreplay then look no further. I wrote this novel in the form of a diary so that the events leading up to the main character's [...]
 
Book: The Accidental Anarchist - From the Diaries of Jacob Marateck by Bryna Kranzler
What kind of man needs to be sentenced to death more than once to learn his lesson that standing up for his principles did not pay in pre-Russian Revolution Russia? My grandfather, Jacob Marateck: that's who. He was sentenced to death three times, and exiled to Siberia, for defending his Jewish heritage and trying to overthrow the Czar, among other things. Despite poverty, starvation, and the [...]
 
Book: Laura May Diaries - The Bare Naked Truth by Laura May
Laura May Diaries tells the story of Moriah Laura Dreyfus, a successful Jewish Lawyer and her transition from a shy, inhibited and inexperienced girl to a sexually confident, adventurous woman. Though Moriah is career oriented and very successful in her profession, her personal and social life has suffered because of constant back and forth conversations with her neurotic self doubt. After a [...]
 
Book: Diary of a Country Herbalist by Matthew Alfs
The setting for this heartwarming novel is the upper-Midwestern U.S.A. in the mid-1980s, where herbalist Sunflower Sam Rogers and his schoolteacher wife, April, find themselves living an enviable life of devotion to simplicity, chronicled daily in a diary of their second year as homesteaders on a large tract of land. While Sam busies himself educating folks in the area about the power of wild [...]
 
Book: Diary by Rasheed Odunade Akande
Diary: Dream within a dream is a work of poetry and a sequence to If Only I Knew: Personal Recollections. The Diary, like its predecessor delves into the problems of human social cultural experience while noting the struggles, both mental and physical of every individual to find acceptance and love e.t.c The book is a complex whole for poetry lovers, written in simple English dictum for all minds [...]
 
Book: Cornucopia of My...: The booklet not for reading but for completing by Lina Tyuliep
The Kindle edition of the booklet "Cornucopia of my..." has the same purpose as the published paperback with the identical title, i.e., it is created not for reading but for completing. If you like to keep a diary or a journal, plan something ahead, make lists, etc., and if you want to do it in a digital form, then all these things can be done on the pages of the Kindle edition of the booklet [...]
 
Book: Heritage by Harriet Darling
Surprisingly enough, my inspiration for this story was a museum house in Elk Grove Park in Sacramento, which I passed often. Each time I went by it, the story got clearer and clearer in my mind. I like to think most Young Adults, and even those somewhat younger and older, will enjoy the book. Also, people who are interested in life in the early part of the century (you'll find out why when you [...]
 
Book: Divine Purpose - Find the Passion Within by Cynthia Yoder
Are you looking for a greater sense of purpose or meaning in your life? What creates meaning for one person is different than what creates meaning for another. Your purpose can even change throughout your life. This book was written to guide you through the process of discovering what gives you purpose right now. What activities, when you do them, make time stand still? Who do you envy? What have [...]
 
Book: Truth From the Bathroom - If she knew about this, she'd call it a diary and a waste of time by Bob Whire
Strainings from a whipped man who is trying to find his pants in the circus we call marriage. Scott has had enough. After fifteen years of a marriage rut he's ready to stand up and say, no more. He's been bullied, ignored, and pushed around by a domineering wife. Things are going to change. Sitting on his throne he will write a new declaration of regularity and marital relief. First he has to [...]
 
Book: My Days In The Beast - The Diary of a Holy Warrior in America by Aamir Al-Mamoura
The personal diary of Aamir Al-Mamoura, a radical Islamic Muslim, who for the benefit of his family in the event of his death or capture, recorded his activities in the US while collecting data in preparation for a nation-wide attack. This is a significant document as it's the first time captured terrorist data has been reported to the public unedited except for the required translation. A copy [...]
 
Book: A Woman's Courage, Inside Depression by Christina Taylor
What is it like to live with depression? To feel you are in a black hole with no way to escape? Christina Taylor presents an honest account of what it was like for her, keeping a smile on her face for the benefit of the outside world, as she battled daily with conflicting and abnormal emotions and behaviours. Finally, no longer able to keep up the facade, she attempted suicide. Depression, once a [...]
 
Book: The Lost Revelation - The Diary of Mary Bliss Parsons (Volume 2) by D.H. Parsons with Elise R. Brion
The Lost Revelation is the second volume in the non-fiction trilogy The Diary of Mary Bliss Parsons. In Volume One, The Strong Witch Society, a dire warning was given to the inhabitants of this planet that if two very specific cultural behaviors were not changed, Earth would be destroyed in the not-too-distant future. This volume provides detailed instructions on how each and every person can do [...]
 
Book: Beyond Infinite Healing - The Diary of Mary Bliss Parsons (Volume 3) by Elise R. Brion
Beyond Infinite Healing is the third volume in the non-fiction series The Diary of Mary Bliss Parsons. In Volume One, The Strong Witch Society, a dire warning is given to the inhabitants of this planet that if two very specific cultural behaviors were not changed, humanity would be destroyed in the not too distant future. Volume Two, The Lost Revelation, provides a hands-on practical guide for [...]
 
Book: My Barsetshire Diary (The Barsetshire Diaries) by David Prosser
A fictitious look at Lord David's day as a member of the Gentry living in a samll village. Come and meet the villagers like Mellors the gardener with a past and Grizelda the housekeeper. Join us at the village fete where Edna is determined to win the jam making competition at any price. See how the formidable Lady J intends to knock Lord David into shape. Is the famous stiff upper lip his only [...]
 
Book: The diary of a single parent abroad by Jill Pennington
When Jill and her family moved to Italy she expected life to change but she had no idea how massive that change would be. Shortly after the move, she discovered her husband had been having an affair and had no intentions of staying in Italy. Despite being in a foreign country with no income, limited language skills, a house that needed rebuilding and three young children to care for, she never [...]
 


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