Discover the secrets to a successful and thriving marriage. This book offers 6 secrets that are sure to provide practical tools that help to heal and strengthen marriages. The content is written for wives; however, couples together can grow from the insights shared. Secret #1: Delilah Asked the Right Questions Secret #2: She Appealed to His Senses Secret #3: She Made Him Feel Safe Secret #4: She Spoke with Love in Her Mouth Secret #5: She Gave Him What He Wanted Secret #6: She Listened Patiently When He Spoke
The “War Between the Sexes” is over . . . the men won. There have been casualties. There have been scars. There have been secrets . . . Enter Forrest Baxter: The mystery man. Is he just acting weird? Or has he stumbled onto a real mystery? Follow Forrest as he unwinds the truth of his strange alternate world, rediscovering love along the way.
Nine actresses, from Madame Sul-Te-Wan in 'Birth of a Nation' to Ethel Waters in 'Member of the Wedding', are profiled in this book. Regester poses questions about prevailing racial politics, on-screen and off-screen identities, and African American stardom and white stardom.
Delilah & Samson: Adventures World By: Miz Marta This fictional story following the adventures of Delilah and her dog companion Samson, their adventures start out when Delilah is a child till the time she is in her teenage years. With heroic elements, Delilah is a voice and force to be reckoned with when it comes to saving the lives of innocent animals. Before each story, there is a short introduction about different animals,, teaching children basic facts and providing entertainment as well.
Claudette Colbert's mixture of beauty, sophistication, wit, and vivacity quickly made her one of the film industry's most famous and highest-paid stars of the 1930s and 1940s. Though she began her career on the New York stage, she was beloved for her roles in such films as Preston Sturges's The Palm Beach Story, Cecil B. DeMille's Cleopatra, and Frank Capra's It Happened One Night, for which she won an Academy Award. She showed remarkable prescience by becoming one of the first Hollywood stars to embrace television, and she also returned to Broadway in her later career. This is the first major biography of Colbert (1903–1996) published in over twenty years. Bernard F. Dick chronicles Colbert's long career, but also explores her early life in Paris and New York. Along with discussing how she left her mark on Broadway, Hollywood, radio, and television, the book explores Colbert's lifelong interests in painting, fashion design, and commercial art. Using correspondence, interviews, periodicals, film archives, and other research materials, the biography reveals a smart, talented actress who conquered Hollywood and remains one of America's most captivating screen icons.
An inspirational story about the allure of fame and the faith that binds a family forever . . . Delilah Monroe has done everything in her power to keep her three daughters strong since the death of her husband. And a big part of that connection is their singing group, Delilah's Daughters. Veronica, Roxanne, and Alisha each have their own unique sense of self, but they all share the dream of Delilah's Daughters hitting the Billboard charts. Now, just as they enter the final round of a national talent show, a record producer approaches Veronica with the promise of fame . . . if she goes solo. Then the man Delilah has always leaned on wants more from her than just friendship, and someone from her past comes calling with a shocking secret. Will Delilah be able to hold her family together?
Callahan strictly interprets the Bible through the lens of comparative mythology, where the mythic content of Biblical stories is illustrated as a way to understand the purpose the stories served for the people who wrote them. Biblical history is merely a mythic representation of human psychology and meaning-making in human conscience. Callahan contends that most of the histories and stories were written and manipulated centuries after the events described. He cautions against literal interpetation of the Bible, but seeks to understand why society validates the myth.
"There's a rockin' dance contest at Club Mambo and Fianna has just returned from Brazil with some super-sweet samba moves. Dylan tries to dazzle Fianna with his own scorchin' steps, but he's more fizzlin' than sizzlin'. So he glams up like a girl and befriends Fianna to find out what she really likes in a guy. Is his attempt to impress Fianna totally cool, or is he just a fool?"--Page 4 of cover.