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Dad, It's Time to Tell the Truth!

By Tony Rassini
  • ISBN Code: : 9781449007607
  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Pages : 252
  • Category : Family & Relationships
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Dad, Its time to tell the Truth! is the story of one mans struggle to be a father to four kids in the midst of constant turmoil. Tony Rassini writes a memoir that is candid, thorough and at times shocking. All the while confronting the consequences of abuse, frivolous spending and neglect. Dad It's time to tell the Truth! spans three decades of bad decisions with good intentions. From suicidal drug addiction to a six figure salary and back to broke again Tony documents his experience with lawyers, doctors and the Court's while examining the effects his life had on his children. Discovering what happens when two parents hate each other more then they love their kids, this is a memoir unlike any other. It was 2005 when his son Nick first asked to come and live with him... he started by begging his ex-wife to please give him a chance and allow Nick to live with him for 6 months! Her answer "No Way!" Nick's rebellion and self destruction soon began... by the summer 2008 he was property of the state of Colorado. In April 2009 is when his written story began to come to life......

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  • Pdf File: one-aussie-s-endeavours.pdf

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The Australian Poet is back again with “ One Aussie’s Endeavours Volume 2, Desires, Memories, Dreams, Lyrics “ . If you loved his first three books, then this one will be a treasure forsure. For the past couple of years, Garry has been working with United States independent recording artist Rory David Ruff. Rory has been working on re-writing some of Garry’s poems and turning them into music. Although it has been a long process you should see a cd of the work coming out soon. You can also find some examples of the music at www.soundclick.com/roryruff www.myspace.com/garrygosney www.myspace.com/rorydruff Now sit back, put your feet up, and enjoy this journey through the outback and beyond with Garry Gosney

A Time to Gather

By Gary Smalley
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  • Publisher : Thomas Nelson
  • Book Code : 1418571032
  • Total of Pages : 370
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 396
  • Pdf File: a-time-to-gather.pdf

Book Short Summary:

Never before has a family so desperately needed to gather. Just months ago they were on the brink of marital disaster, now Max and Claire Beaumont are blissfully planning their re-wedding ceremony. But gathering the support of their children has been tough. Instead, Max and Claire are watching their children suffer hidden heartache. One is missing her soldier husband, another is drinking way too much, and another steadfastly hides her pain away. Claire has no choice but to fall to her knees in prayer. She daily reminds herself that "God is good," something her beloved mother-in-law taught her to do. And starting fresh at the Hacienda Hideaway is perfect--there Claire and Max fortify their strength to rebuild the family. Then, in the midst of this deeply personal journey, two strangers enter their world unexpectedly, changing all they knew and trusted about each other. Whether they embrace or reject these women will impact their family bond forever.

A Time to Heal

By Syllas Savior
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  • Publisher : WestBow Press
  • Book Code : 197367596X
  • Total of Pages : 148
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Members : 955
  • Pdf File: a-time-to-heal.pdf

Book Short Summary:

This book is about learning to heal from the things that have hurt you in the past so that you may be able to embrace your future.

A Time to Endure

By Kyle Pratt
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  • Publisher : Camden Cascade Publishing
  • Book Code : 0692317589
  • Total of Pages : 218
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 723
  • Pdf File: a-time-to-endure.pdf

Book Short Summary:

The exciting saga of Major Caden Westmore continues with A Time to Endure In the first book Through Many Fires: Strengthen What Remains, nuclear terrorism destroys six American cities. Caden struggles to get home across a stricken, terrified nation. In the second book, A Time to Endure, the nation’s economy teeters on the verge of collapse. The dollar plunges, inflation runs rampant, and the next civil war threatens to decimate the wounded country. In the face of tyranny, panic, and growing hunger, Caden struggles to keep his family and town together. But how can he save his community when the nation is collapsing around it?

Fighting Dirty

By Stacey Lynn
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  • Publisher : Stacey Lynn
  • Book Code : N.a
  • Total of Pages :
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 215
  • Pdf File: fighting-dirty.pdf

Book Short Summary:

There’s nothing I wouldn’t do for my best friend. Like, hide the fact I’ve been in love with her for years. Or agree to be her fake boyfriend when we have to return to her hometown for her exes wedding. Little does Jillian know this is what I’ve been waiting for. It’s a dream come true. I finally get to touch her and love her in all the ways I’ve been dying to show her. For one weekend only, she’s mine, even if she thinks it’s fake. Pretending to love her is easy. I want her to be mine forever. Getting Jillian to admit it’s what she wants too, is another thing. On or off the ice, I have no problems fighting dirty to get what I want. But this is one fight I might just lose.

Space and Time in African Cinema and Cine-scapes

By Kenneth W. Harrow
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  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Book Code : 1000598551
  • Total of Pages : 272
  • Category : Performing Arts
  • Members : 129
  • Pdf File: space-and-time-in-african-cinema-and-cine-scapes.pdf

Book Short Summary:

This book is the first of its kind to bring basic notions of contemporary physics to bear on African cine-scapes. In this book, renowned African cinema scholar Kenneth W. Harrow presents unique new ways to think about space and time in film, with a specific focus on African and African diasporic cinema. Through a series of case studies, he explores how cinema creates and represents time and space and, more specifically, how a cinema centered in African landscapes and figures accomplishes this. He reflects on the issues and problems posed by scientists when faced with the basic questions of what space and time are and their solutions or conclusions, giving both film studies and African studies scholars access to new ways to formulate their thinking about African cine-scapes. Working beyond the limits of a framework based in a postcolonial and cultural understanding of time and space, Harrow demonstrates how a scientific understanding of time and space can open up new approaches to African cinema and cinema in general. A unique, interdisciplinary book that encourages brand new ways to approach cinematic texts and, specifically, African cine-scapes.