Writing Your Life Story: It’s All About You ( Writing / Autobiography) by Patricia A Toth

Share the story of your life in a book you’ve written all about you! “Writing Your Life Story: It’s All About You” provides the guidelines that will help you write your autobiography. It’s loaded with instructions that are easy to follow.

Author: Patricia A Toth

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Perfect Times: Memoirs by Jason R. Hemmings

Perfect Times – Special Edition

Prepare to set sail on adventures around the world.

This special edition offers you the chance to share some of the greatest moments, days and times in my life. From The Orient, Far East, Indian Ocean, Europe, Caribbean, The Bahamas and the USA, the stories fly across the globe. With city life, countryside, desert scenery or stunning coastlines, there is a place and a time for everyone to enjoy.

Now, in my mid 40s, I have been travelling the world for over 16 years. It has been wonderful. I am so lucky to have had the opportunity to do this in my life. I have met interesting people and visited the most diverse scenery. I have a carousel of memories from places and moments enjoyed.

Life should be something to enjoy, as often as possible. Having adventures, discovering new places, finding new friends and making treasured memories, is what the world should be about.

The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.

With twenty five chapters across this special edition of Perfect Times, the choice is yours where to start and which place to go.

Climb aboard and enjoy them.

Other books by Jason R.Hemmings

The Last Dream, Perfect Moment, Perfect Days, Perfect Times, Always Chasing Rainbows, The Shore Of Soft Melodies, The Scent Of The Chocolate Trade Winds, Touch Of Honey In Your Kiss, Cotton Candy Days, Without Even A Kiss, The Last Days Of Summertime, A Love To Dream Of, Reflections Of Love and Favourites.

Author: Jason R. Hemmings

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Riding the Second Wave: How Feminism Changed Women’s Psychology and Mine by Jessica Heriot

In her memoir, Dr. Heriot shares her own feminist awakening during the “second wave” of the women’s movement. She describes how feminism transformed psychiatry’s view of women’s mental health, psychology, and the practice of psychotherapy as well as her own 34-year journey as a feminist psychotherapist and teacher.

Author: Jessica Heriot

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The Days That Don’t Disappear by Garry Crystal

From the author of the novel, Leaving London and the short story collection, All of Us With Our Pointless Worries and Inconsequential Dramas.

How can you ever hope to become a well-adjusted adult when your only role models are violent, bullying teachers?

The Days That Don’t Disappear is a true story set during the 1970s in a Scottish, Catholic primary school.

This is the first-hand tale of four years of violent bullying towards children, not from other children, but from school teachers who were in a position of trust. An honest account of a less than idyllic childhood and a story of growing up and learning what life can really be like if you happen to be unfortunate enough.


“She was in her mid-forties. Tall, maybe six foot, or maybe she just seemed taller to me back then. She had a mass of curly black and grey hair along with the most sunken-in, dark-ringed eyes I had ever seen. It was the same pattern as before. Belt every day, hair pulling, screaming fits and the day she slammed my head into the desk that was it, that was enough, this was the day my inexplicable illness began.”

“Day after day, month after month, continual fear, wondering which way she was going to blow next and what little thing would kick off her volatile temper. I was given the belt nearly every other day for something or other and I simply came to expect it. Get a question wrong or miss church on Sunday with the rest of the class and her best friend would be out of the drawer. That piece of brown leather, half an inch thick, two inches wide and a foot long. She would raise it high above her head then bring it down sharply over your outstretched palm.”

Author: Garry Crystal

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Soulmate Diaries by Stella Hart

Recollecting? Contemplating? Tired of sifting out meaningful phrases to highlight through each lengthy page of a book? In a very easy-to-read narrative form, this book shares some downright off-the-record soul-searching moments of true-life twin souls. We usually picture soul mate relationships as happy, fulfilled, romantic eternal love, but soul mates and twin souls have their own share of tribulations upon striving for a happy ending. If we would seize a thought what a soul mate life is behind the curtain, or even behind the laughter, we may wonder how every soul mate couple had survived and “made it”, and what lessons they have gained throughout separation how they have reckoned, “You make me a better person.” With her beloved, Jason, Stella Hart co-authors a forthcoming book, “Our Lives Are Connected”. For the first time in writing regime, “Our Lives” applies the technique of Metaphysics to construe a twin soul relationship scientifically in the laws of Quantum Mechanics in biblical context, delineating the nature of souls and afterlife.

Author: Stella Hart

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Cheeking My Meds by Francis CoCo

Francis Coco was fourteen years old when she was sent to Morris Hill Hospital, a Psychiatric Hospital for teenagers with behavioral problems. Thirty years later she decides to go back in time and try and find what brought her to Morris Hill in the first place. Looking for some kind of closure, she pulls out her old journals from 1986 and begins searching for the answers she seeks. This is a book about her time at the hospital and mostly, about her relationship with her father, a man she was always looking to for unconditional love and a man who, as hard as he tried, just could not give it.

Author: Francis CoCo

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When the Silence Speaks: Overcoming the Effects of Childhood Sexual Abuse by Kashina Alexander-McLean

When the Silence Speaks illustrates the traumatic, heart-rending yet invigorating account of a young life faced with several challenges but salvaged by a gracious, loving God who transformed it into a beautiful story of forgiveness and success. Kashina has been through it all: sexual abuse from close family members, accused of lying when she finally found the courage years later to speak about it, severe lack of basic needs such as food and shelter resulting in substance and alcohol abuse and suicidal attempts. Kashina is familiar with the face of pain, suffering, and rejection. She always had a desire to succeed, but that desire eventually got lost in her efforts to cope with life. It was with the help of God and a total stranger that enabled her to break down the barriers of shame, self-hate, and guilt and experience a divine transformation.Her story will challenge you to: • Allow God to minister healing to your deepest wounds.• Open your heart to forgive those who hurt you.• Allow yourself to become the beautiful gem you were created to be.

Author: Kashina Alexander-McLean

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Adventures in Asia Omnibus: (Missionary Stories) by Natalie Vellacott

The LOGOS LIFEAsian adventures, cultural catastrophes, help and hope, on-board the world’s largest floating book-fair!THEY’RE RUGBY BOYS, DON’T YOU KNOW?A true account of a Christian missionary seeking to share Jesus with the street teens abusing solvents in Olongapo City in the Philippines.A MISSIONARY IN MANILAA former detective investigates claims that “It’s more fun in the Philippines!”

Author: Natalie Vellacott

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A Safe Place for Joey: Part 1 of 3 by Mary MacCracken

From bestselling author and teacher Mary Maccracken comes the engaging and inspiring story of five troubled children who she fought to bring back from the brinkJoey is the class clown, but alone proves to be an intensely dark seven-year old who still can’t read.Eric is a kindergartener, left withdrawn and speechless by the horrors he’s witnessed at home.Alice appears the model fifth year child, but secretly scores zero on every maths test.Charlie, an eight-year old, struggles to understand his place in the world, leaving him confused and alone.Ben comes from a comfortable life at home, but has been called stupid so many times he now believes it.These are some of the learning-disabled children who were in deep trouble until Mary MacCracken, an extraordinary therapist and teacher, works her magic with them and transforms their lives. Her heart-warming book is a testament to her talent, compassion and love.

Author: Mary MacCracken

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