"No one knows more about living with all the feels than teenage girls. They can flit from giddy to anxious to insecure to in love-oops, wait, just kidding, out of love-to chill to stressed to ecstatic to despairing to rebellious to penitent to cynical to naèive to independent to clingy to selfish to selfless-all with a heaping side order of angst and adorkability, all in a span of hours . . . sometimes minutes. In other words: all the feels all the time. Yep, no one knows about having all the feels quite like teenage girls-but few girls know what to do with all those feelings. Christian teens need Bible-based help to show them that it's okay to feel deeply (after all, God himself is the Author of all feelings), but each of us must learn to train our emotions in the ways of Christ. As they learn how to deal with all the feels, girls need scriptural foundations, practical strategies, and the assurance that they are not weird-and never alone"--
College freshman Liv is more than just a fangirl: The Starveil movies are her life... So, when her favorite character, Captain Matt Spartan, is killed off at the end of the last movie, Liv Just. Can't. Deal. Tired of sitting in her room sobbing, Liv decides to launch an online campaign to bring her beloved hero back to life. With the help of her best friend, Xander, actor and steampunk cosplayer extraordinaire, she creates #SpartanSurvived, a campaign to ignite the fandom. But as her online life succeeds beyond her wildest dreams, Liv is forced to balance that with the pressures of school, her mother's disapproval, and her (mostly nonexistent and entirely traumatic) romantic life. A trip to DragonCon with Xander might be exactly what she needs to figure out what she really wants.
What do you do with all your feelings? In Marcy's Having All the Feels, counselor and therapist Allison Edwards explores how sometimes feeling so many feelings doesn't feel so good at all. Marcy wanted to be happy. Happy is all she wanted to be. But all her other feelings kept showing up"¬‚¬"and at the worst times! There was Frustrated and Angry, Sad and Embarrassed, and even Worried and Jealous. Her feelings were there as soon as she opened her eyes each morning, and they followed her around throughout the day. Some days all these feelings just felt like a little too much and she wanted to hide! Marcy didn't want to feel angry or jealous. And she didn't like feeling sad or embarrassed. Why couldn't she be happy all the time? Then one day when Marcy's feelings disappear, she learns that her feelings don't have to control her, and they might even have a function. Maybe having all the feels might not be such a bad thing. And that one discovery? Well, it changes everything!
My So-Called Superpowers: All the Feels is the third book in a heartwarming middle-grade series about a girl whose emotions turn into uncontrollable superpowers. Veronica’s powers have taught her a lot—about her family, her friends, and how to be herself. They’ve also literally rained on her parade, turned her green with jealousy, and set her school on fire. You win some, you lose some. Now Veronica’s finally figuring out how to control her superpowers. But then she discovers there might be a way to get rid of them forever—and to live a “normal” life. Featuring ten black-and-white illustrations by Simini Blocker, All the Feels raises the stakes for this middle-school girl who has to decide if being “normal” is as fun as going on a roller-coaster ride of superpowered emotion. An Imprint Book Praise for My So-Called Superpowers: “Heather Nuhfer has hilariously and achingly captured what it’s like to be in middle school, trying to control the weird things that make you different but also super. It’s impossible not to root for Veronica. Super real, super fun, and just generally and genuinely super.” —Dana Simpson, New York Times–bestselling author of the Phoebe and Her Unicorn series “My So-Called Superpowers is vibrant, lively, and hums along at a snappy pace. It has a genuinely warm, welcoming Saturday-morning cartoon feeling to it.”—Tony Cliff, New York Times–bestselling author of the Delilah Dirk series
Following Spoiler Alert, Olivia Dade returns with another utterly charming romantic comedy about a devil-may-care actor—who actually cares more than anyone knows—and the no-nonsense woman hired to keep him in line. "An absolutely witty, swoon worthy behind the scenes romp! Delightful from beginning to end!"--Julie Murphy, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Dumplin' Alexander Woodroe has it all. Charm. Sex appeal. Wealth. Fame. A starring role as Cupid on TV’s biggest show, Gods of the Gates. But the showrunners have wrecked his character, he's dogged by old demons, and his post-show future remains uncertain. When all that reckless emotion explodes into a bar fight, the tabloids and public agree: his star is falling. Enter Lauren Clegg, the former ER therapist hired to keep him in line. Compared to her previous work, watching over handsome but impulsive Alex shouldn’t be especially difficult. But the more time they spend together, the harder it gets to keep her professional remove and her heart intact, especially when she discovers the reasons behind his recklessness…not to mention his Cupid fanfiction habit. When another scandal lands Alex in major hot water and costs Lauren her job, she’ll have to choose between protecting him and offering him what he really wants—her. But he’s determined to keep his improbably short, impossibly stubborn, and extremely endearing minder in his life any way he can. And on a road trip up the California coast together, he intends to show her exactly what a falling star will do to catch the woman he loves: anything at all.
All the Feels follows the story of Octoshedapus aka Octo, an octopus that has a lot of brains and hearts but most of all, has a lot of feelings. This is a timeless story showing how it's okay to feel and have compassion. The illustrations match the words as they move and dance like lyrical poetry across the pages. In the end, children can draw how they are feeling. This is a book for children who have all the feels.
This cover is filled with words from my heart. Whether sad and lonely, or a dedication to family, love and being just me, these words are personal. Many focus on love during my "coming of age" and navigating dating and relationships. If these words speak to you, all the better. Most of the poems are short but all of them convey my deep emotion. Family is the theme of one specific poem. My family means the world to me, so I have to dedicate this book to them and their support in getting the book published. Look for the poem "My Sisters." It's personally one of my favorites. Also look for "Show Me the Love - It's a Family Thang." To my friend Emilia. You've encouraged me for over twenty years to write. Thank you for being there. To Sandra H. Thanks for the push. You're a great Life Coach. And most importantly, Rick. Thanks, my sweetheart. You've been there through so many ups and downs. Thanks for your love and support. Love you and our kids and grandkids!
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50 pages = 2,700 stickers for every mood! Feeling all the feels? Express yourself! This EPIC collection of meaningful stickers helps you do just that. Each one like an emoji on paper, these stickers are perfect for your journal, snail mail, or planner—anywhere you want to explore how you really feel and then let it out.
"Every kiss, every sexy scene, every word between this pair owned a piece of my soul. I could read this book a hundred times and still react as if it was the first time. The Protector is a top 2016 fave for me." -- Audrey Carlan, #1 bestselling author of The Calendar Girl series Jake Sharp resides in his own personal hell. The ex-SAS sniper was distracted from duty once before, and the consequences were devastating--both personally and professionally. He vowed never to let that happen again The job of bodyguard to Camille Logan isn't the kind of distraction from his demons he should take. Women and Jake don't mix well, yet the lesser of two evils seems to be protecting the heiress, whose life is threatened as a result of her father's ruthless business dealings. He thinks he knows her type: beautiful and spoiled, with her father's bank balance to fund her lifestyle. But he soon discovers the real Camille--warm, compassionate, determined to be independent and happy after struggling with past mistakes. Now, his duty to protect her turns into something deeper than a well-paid job, no matter how hard he fights it. He needs absolution. He comes to need Camille. But he knows he can't have both. For fans of Maya Banks, The Protector delivers the all-consuming romance and devastating alpha hero that make a Jodi Ellen Malpas novel an irresistible, passionate read.
Life would have been easier had it been possible for us to plan falling in love; more importantly, avoid falling in love . . . ‘Love is not for you,’ she told herself. Inside—just like any girl—she desired to be loved. She had accepted her life the way it was, till one day love showed up unannounced, uninvited! That's the thing with love. It doesn't take permission. It's in its very nature to gatecrash into our lives. Standing face-to-face with love, she finds herself asking, ‘Is this love right?’ The answer is not simple. It never was . . . This intense love story will shake every belief you've ever had about love.