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Book: Community of Ones - The Search for Self after Devastating Loss by Leona Samson
What does a parent do when the unthinkable happens? What does a mother do when a beloved child is lost to suicide? Will she ever know peace, trust, love and joy again? Can a broken heart ever be mended? "Community of Ones" is a novel - but it was written by a grieving mother who, prior to writing this book, believed that the answer to these last questions was an unequivocal "No." The book tells [...]
 
Book: Profound Blessings (Volume 1) by Catherine Capra-Leaf
Reeling from the loss of a lifetime has brought her to the cliffs of Lake Superior to let her heart run free. A long arduous journey of rediscovery had landed her here. And on this extraordinary day, she would have a serendipitous encounter with an old man who carried pockets full of field corn, that changed the course of her life. An encounter that taught her the truest meaning of love, how to [...]
 
Book: Chocolate for Breakfast by Martha Reynolds
Young Bernie (Bernadette) Maguire is in for the journey of a lifetime when her junior year abroad takes her to Fribourg, Switzerland. Ripe for love and adventure, she is seduced by a handsome Swiss banker, but is horrified when she discovers she's pregnant. Protected and befriended by those who help to keep her secret for as long as possible, this moving rite-of-passage tale will warm the heart [...]
 
Book: Playing House by Donna Brown
"Masters only did two seascapes before his hand was crushed." David and Emma Thomas have reached the end of the road. Only one thing is preventing them from parting ways: a painting they bought on honeymoon. Priceless to both of them, the only solution seems to be to find the second of the elusive Masters' seascapes and each carry away a piece of the past. Will an impromptu road trip set them [...]
 
Book: Half-truths & White Lies by Jane Davis
When Tom Fellows proclaims that a Venn diagram is a far better way of illustrating modern family ties than a traditional tree, his young daughter Andrea has no idea that he is referring to their own situation.It is only when she loses both parents in a shocking car accident that she takes an interest in her own genealogy and begins to realize that her perfect upbringing was not all that it [...]
 
Book: The "Faces" Of My Grief by Catherine McWilliams Myers
The Faces of My Grief: If we live through this life's journey long enough, we will all come to know and understand that in life, sooner or later, we will all, in some way or another, come face-to-face with death. I have decided to use six different faces, which represent six specific individuals who's death, impacted, changed, uprooted and literally pulled the rug from under the comfort zone of [...]
 
Book: The Seasons of Our Love by Angela Gascoigne
Rosie, lost and broken, boards the first bus to anywhere. Her luggage comprises nothing more than her hair straighteners and a marmalade cat with attitude. For Danny, reluctant manager of his late uncle's sea front bar, living in Shrove is a far cry from his previous life in Spain and the ghosts he thought he'd left behind. When one day, a raven-haired stranger bursts through the door, he [...]
 
Book: The Way Barred (Not Quite Eden Book 4) by Dominique Kyle
Eve is making great strides in her Formula Two Stocks driving career, and is predicted by the pundits to be the girl most likely to smash through the glass ceiling of the sport. Unfortunately she is struggling to get over her broken relationship and everyone is nagging her to cheer up and put it behind her. So to fill the empty space in her life, she launches her own business with her Stocks [...]
 
Book: Baby Boomers Face Grief - Survival and Recovery by Jane Galbraith
Ninety million baby boomers will, in the next 20 years, face the loss of one or both parents. This book discusses society's lack of acceptance of grief in general and the way past generations have taught us to deal with this life event. Time will heal". "They had a good life" are some examples of empty phrases so often used when dealing with loss. The reader is taken on a journey in this book by [...]
 
Book: The Way Back (Not Quite Eden Book 6) by Dominique Kyle
When the Williams Grand Prix Engineering team ask Eve to help them motivate their young and handsome Formula One development driver to get back into race condition after his debilitating bout of glandular fever and devastating bereavement, she isn't that keen. Nish Gilbraith is easily the Poshest Boy in the whole place - but what else has she got to do outside of work hours when she's stuck here [...]
 
Book: Ada In London - Surviving The Traumas by Gracy Ukala
Ada's motto was: "I'll live one day at a time!" Ada leaves her home, her six children, her husband and her beloved career in Nigeria to travel to London. Fred, her husband, had recently lost a substantial sum of borrowed money abroad. He brings serious pressure to bear on Ada to go and work in London to "salvage" the family from financial disgrace. Despite her protests and warning that "such a [...]
 
Book: Angling Bumateurs - Book 5 in the Sell the Pig trilogy by Tottie Limejuice
The final installment of the popular travel memoirs series set in France's Auvergne region. 'I doubt my life has any vast sea changes ahead,' Tottie wrote in Book 4 of the Sell the Pig travel memoirs series. Biff the Useless Mention was intended to be the end of the extended trilogy. But then, one day, a big grey wolf DID come out of the forest. Things were about to change dramatically for Tottie [...]
 
Book: Triumph & Hope - Golden Years With the Peace Corps in Honduras by Barbara E. Joe
When the author announced plans to join the Peace Corps in her 60s, a male friend was skeptical, predicting her prompt return home, "by Christmas at the latest." But thanks to the welcoming folks of two towns El Triunfo, The Triumph, and La Esperanza, The Hope acknowledged in her book's title she extended her stay beyond the usual term and finally made peace with the tragedy of her son's untimely [...]
 
Book: The Pebble Champion by A. D. Pritchard
Haunted by the death of his mother and the loss of a childhood friendship, 15-year-old Chris moves to the Isle of Wight to begin a new life with his estranged father. There, alone on the beach, he deals with his grief and guilt by entering an imagined world where he competes to become The Pebble Champion, skimming stones farther than anyone else across the surface of the sea. With each pebble [...]
 
Book: Stunned by Grief Journal by Judy Brizendine
An interactive recovery tool written to stand alone or complement the book Stunned by Grief, which contains in-depth information and further tips, tools, and strategies for dealing with grief. It contains daily support for six months, including thoughts from great minds, reflections, suggestions, quotes, verses, and plenty of room to write. The journal is designed to be picked up anytime and [...]
 
Book: Lean Not On Your Understanding - A mother's journey from loss to recovery by Frances Hart
Lean Not on Your Understanding takes you on a mother's journey, as she struggles to cope with the death of her daughter. It describes the intense nature of the changes that follow when a parent loses a child. The author, Frances Hart, offers specific, first hand advice drawn from her own experiences in managing the grief that accompanies such a deep and personal loss.
 
Book: Stunned by Grief - Remapping Your Life When Loss Changes Everything by Judy Brizendine
A highly focused, conversational book that cuts through the clutter and zeroes in on flashpoint issues critical to a griever's healing, the approach to grief presented here is revealing, practical, and down-to-earth. Designed for anyone struggling with death or any of life's tragic losses it features straight talk from people who have been through similar situations, focusing on what to expect [...]
 
Book: Into the Light Boldly . . . an odyssey of self-discovery by Val Edward Simone
What happens after the lights finally go out? Where do we go when the life force leaves the body? What lies on the "other side" of this thing we call mortal life? How should one live one's life while preparing to die? These are just some of man's perennial questions. With a careful look at the beliefs and projections of many cultures, Val Edward Simone has crafted a beautifully written [...]
 
Book: Of Foreign Build - From Corporate Girl to Sea-Gypsy Woman by Jackie Parry
After suffering an emotionally-brutal bereavement and against her counsellor's advice, Jackie ran away. Suddenly within a new culture, with a new husband, and no friends, she was living in the obscure world of cruising with zero knowledge of boats. Crashing within the first twenty-four hours, Jackie realised life would never be the same again; a floating home with no fridge or hot water, and with [...]
 
Book: May Never The Dead Return (Sandy Brown and Matt Black Series) by John M. W. Smith
Is Matt Black sick or is he really able to have telepathic conversations with a prowling beast in Inglefield Wood? Half the time Matt is not sure about this himself. The farmers want to shoot the beast. Matt is determined to stop them. Then the beast is wounded and becomes...well...really dangerous. But where is it hiding? Why can't all the farmers and armed police track it down? What role do [...]
 
Book: In My Sister's Shadow by Tiana Laveen
WARNING - This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. Mark, a multi-talented, attractive, half-Colombian is a Miami transplant. Living in Louisiana for the past five years, he has built a reputation as one of the best funeral directors in all of Shreveport. Bijou Jacobs, a beautiful African-American and Creole woman steps [...]
 
Book: The Platinum Retriever - The Story of Earth's Unexpected Savior by Kyle Robertson
A Private Investigator has to Investigate a Very Different Case This alien invasion tale has a very different premise. Yes, they have xenomorph DNA, but they were indigenous to Earth. This adventure gets much deeper than the normal. Daedalus Platinum was a private investigator for children who never received their child support. The reason for his diligence was his father died before he was born, [...]
 
Book: Beneath The Apple Blossom Tree - A compelling story of love, loss and hidden secrets by Lilly Adam
Happily married to the rich and handsome Hugo Bowland of Redstone Lodge, Hannah is convinced that she has everything and more than she could ever wish for until the past finds its way back into her life and she becomes haunted by childhood memories and secrets.Beneath the apple blossom tree follows the early life of Hannah, a young girl who at only a few days old, was abandoned outside the [...]
 
Book: If Women Can Weep - then God will be the comforter by Temba Magorimbo
Patricia Daniel meets Michael Du Plessis when he nearly ran her over with a vehicle because he had been careless. She blows hot over him but his attitude was to accept and absorb all the harsh words she threw at him. He returns her cheeky words with great senses of humour and Christian morality. Michael is an n electronics engineer, who did his trade in West Germany. He grew up in both Cape Town [...]
 
Book: A Life Singular - Part Two by Lorraine Pestell
Second in Epic 7-part Serial: When Two Souls Collide The Endless Pursuit of Love and Wisdom In essence a love story, "A Life Singular" is a seven-part contemporary fiction serial. Part Two takes us back to the very beginning, as our successful rock star and his children use his autobiography to ease their grief and celebrate the loss of their wife and mother. The books' themes are triumph over [...]
 


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