When I Woke Up

Author: Debra Smith-McEntyre

Publisher: Debra Smith-McEntyre


Category: Self-Help

Page: 122

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When I Woke Up is an inspirational book that takes you into the life of it's author as she invites you in to witness and learn with her, the life lessons on how to deal with the struggles of life. It will enlighten, uplift and encourage its readers to wake up in the spirit.
Juvenile Fiction

The Mornings I Woke up with 2 Men

Author: Nikki S. Reed

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 270

View: 336

Based off a true story, Hannah and Ian meet in high school at the age of fifteen and fall crazily in love with each other. Very quickly they become the envy of many around them for being the perfect match. However, as they grow older, Hannah meets a very sinister side of Ian that sets the stage for a future of lies, secrets, heartache and tumult and the possibility of losing her life. She eventually finds herself entangled in a dangerous web of abuse and deception and tries to escape, but with every attempt to break free, she is pulled back in by her charming but devilish captor. Nikki S. Reed is a Jamaican, single mother of three boys, a teacher of English and a trained counselor. She is a survivor of domestic violence and narcissistic abuse. Currently, she resides in the United States of America where she continues to write, raise her three sons, while being an advocate and motivational speaker for victims of domestic violence and narcissistic abuse.
Performing Arts

Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of The Sopranos

Author: Michael Imperioli

Publisher: HarperCollins UK


Category: Performing Arts

Page: 558

View: 862

CONTAINS SIXTEEN PAGES OF PHOTOS Who made the phone call that got HBO to launch the show? What’s the significance of all those eggs? And, what the hell ever happened to the Russian? In Woke Up This Morning, Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa have all the answers – and they’re revealing where all the bodies are buried.

I Woke Up in Afghanistan

Author: Ville Männistö

Publisher: Living Word Publications Private Limited


Category: Religion


View: 918

"Here I was, leading worship in a local language that I couldn’t speak. I had three leprous ladies assisting me with their singing and instruments; shaking rattles with hands that had no fingers. One brother was playing a local type of harmonica but couldn’t play the same tunes as I was playing. We were sitting on the floor of a mud house destroyed by the Taliban and there was a war going on in the country. But, we were together as brothers and sisters in the Lord, and I just loved it." If God were to call you to move overseas as a missionary, what would hinder you from answering His call? We all have fears, questions, and anxieties when it comes to missions, and this book will address those concerns, both Biblical and from a practical aspect. This book takes us along and gives us an insight into the challenges, struggles and victories that Ville and Johanna Männistö experienced during their time in Afghanistan. There are also some questions and answers formulated for you, at the end of each chapter. Together, we can find out what God wants with your life and missions!

I Woke Up to Fk Up!

Author: Rhonda Barber

Publisher: Rhonda Barber


Category: Self-Help

Page: 134

View: 656

Authors Biography: In 2014 Rhonda’s art rose from the ashes of despair. An unbridled passion to paint led her to conquer her own personal heartache. Trusting the whispers deep within, she cathartically transferred her soul onto the canvas. Her art took on a life of its own, conveying resilience and emotional encouragement to the world. When she could not paint, she drew or took photographs. Writing each piece's story to deepen its message of promise. Soon after, she began selling locally and posting her work online. Her current social following exceeds 5600 people. In 2015 Rhonda intuitively switched from a critical care RN to one serving the mentally ill. Every day, every moment, she wonders, “Is there a better way to help people dealing with depression and anxiety? Is my art bigger than healing me?” These pages are her effort to transcend hope. “I Woke Up to FK Up” is about moving away from the consequences most of us suffer. At one point or another, we face trials. Struggles such as illness, addiction, betrayal, and bullying. Divorce, violence, neglect, judgement, or loss to name a few. These words and these images are about a transformation, a metamorphosis towards a better life. All graphics are her originals and words personally penned by Rhonda.
Young Adult Nonfiction

I Woke Up in Paradise

Author: Wendy Powell

Publisher: Wendy Powell's Life Coaching


Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 222

View: 131

Wendy Powell takes readers on a whirlwind tour of love, loss and life that winds its way through five decades of experiences. If you'd like to curl up with an easy read and get to know a new friend, this is the book for you. A self-made success that pulled herself out of bad situations, dealt with the realities of being married to a narcissist. Fought for a better life and then suddenly came to realize that she had arrived in paradise. In this intimate and fast paced account, Powell peeks into her past and shares anecdotes that reveal a lifetime of experience and insight. At the end of the book, Powell describes what she has come to believe about our world and how it works. She outlines her understanding of what is actually important in life and how best to move towards your own best life. It finishes with a shocking conclusion that might not be what you expect from a girl born into an A-frame home in a small city in Ontario.

What If Chairman Mao Woke Up Today?

Author: Lei Shi

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency


Category: Fiction

Page: 96

View: 391

Just for a moment, consider: What If Chairman Mao Woke Up Today? Proud of being Chinese, author Lei Shi finds it interesting to revisit China now that she lives overseas, and wonders if Mao would feel the same. What would he think of modern China? Her cleverly humorous novel follows an American businessman and his wife visiting China for a month. Chairman Mao “wakes up” and wishes to go undercover with the couple to discover how China has changed in the nearly forty years since his passing in 1976. Science preserved Chairman Mao, and he discovers a newly powerful and fruitful China that has superseded his dream for the country. The fear that a rich Chinese people would overturn his agenda proved not to be the case. After Chairman Mao meets dozens of women under the influence of Western and modern culture, he falls in love.

She Woke Up Married

Author: Suzanne Macpherson

Publisher: Zondervan


Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 415

Paris James has come to Las Vegas to take the sting off turning the dreaded "Three-O." But one glass of bubbly leads to another -- and when the redhead wakes up the next morning, she finds to her astonishment she's in bed with ... Elvis! The good news is it's the young, sexy Elvis. The bad news is there's a diamond ring on her finger. Sometime during the evening she actually married The King of Rock 'n' Roll! Well, what happened in Vegas better stay in Vegas, right? But not if Turner Pruitt has anything to say about it. Because years before he put on his first pair of blue suede shoes, Turner knew the real Paris ... She's running away, as usual, but he knows her deepest secrets, and as much as she struggles against love, Paris is going to need him by her side as she faces her demons head-on. Because this time, Paris James has met her match.
Juvenile Nonfiction

The Day No One Woke Up

Author: Polly Ho-Yen

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 240

View: 356

An out-of-this-world middle-grade adventure about finding friendship in the most unlikely of places. From the bestselling and Waterstones Children’s Book Prize shortlisted author of BOY IN THE TOWER. Perfect for fans of Stranger Things and authors, such as Ross Welford and Lisa Thompson. Something strange is happening in Ana’s city . . . she’s the only one awake. Confused and curious, Ana sets off to explore, bumping into the one other person who’s been able to rouse themselves – her ex–best friend, Tio. On a mission to discover what’s happening, Ana and Tio journey through the city looking for clues, their friendship mending with every step. When a mysterious creature suddenly materialises in front of them, Ana realises they’ve found the answer they’ve been looking for. But one question still remains: Why them? Praise for How I Saved the World in a Week: ‘This tense, haunting zombie thriller perfectly balances terrifying peril with emotional depth.’ – Guardian ‘A fabulous page-turner’ – Abi Elphinstone, author of Sky Song ‘A compelling and timely survivalist journey’ – Sita Brahmachari, author of Where the River Runs Gold ‘A brave and powerful story’ – Jasbinder Bilan, author of Asha & the Spirit Bird Praise for Boy in the Tower: ‘An unusual and very impressive debut’ – Fiona Noble, The Bookseller