Despite My Odds: Memoir

Despite My Odds: Memoir

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Layla spent the first eight years of her life in a loving home with her grandparents. That comfort all ended once welfare caught up with her mother who was still receiving food benefits for her. After moving to her mothers' home, the dysfunctional relationships continued for years. Layla was abused emotionally, physically, and sexually. She looked to her mother for love and protection but never found it. Layla's mom, Val, often told her she looked like a boy and would never amount to anything just like her dad. Layla began connecting with the wrong men for what she thought was love. Several of those relationships produced children and ended just as quickly as they began. A life full of low self-esteem, promiscuity and one bad relationship after another continued until finally, she had enough. Layla sought to take her power back from all those that had taken advantage of her. This story will inspire you to look within for the strength to push forward. Life does not come with a road map and sometimes we fail miserably. But even with the vicissitudes, we can pick up our pieces and rise above it all.

Destiny's Dark Light (signed)

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DESTINY’S DARK LIGHT by Sara Dobie Bauer is contemporary adult paranormal romance focusing on Cyan Burroughs, a white witch whose birth has been prophesied to save the world in a battle with the dreaded Dorcha, a dark and powerful sorcerer. It is a story of magic, power, witches and love.

Diary of a Mad Public School Teacher

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Digital Spirituality: Its Rise and What It Means for Spiritual Identity, Belief, and Practice

Digital Spirituality: Its Rise and What It Means for Spiritual Identity, Belief, and Practice

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This book examines the influence of digital culture and technology on religion and spirituality in the 21st century. It helps us explore the spiritual afterlife in new and highly useful ways. Digital spirituality offers us a way to live on beyond our physical presence on earth, not just as a digital legacy, but in the forms of digital consciousness and digital soul. Digital spirituality also provides us with a way, while we are still alive, to improve and prepare ourselves for the journey beyond. As we use the digital world, and experience its intricate web, it changes what lies inside us. Our spiritual consciousness deepens and broadens, offering us a new experiential bridge to the previously unknown. Just as we work with God in co-creating our lives on earth, we can work with God in cyberspace to co-create our afterlife. The prospects of digital spirituality are at once exhilarating and terrifying. The 19th-century philosopher Soren Kierkegaard reminds us, "Without risk, there is no faith." Our faith is worth the risk, and Digital Spirituality helps us risk a new spiritual understanding to strengthen our faith in the 21st century. Don Iannone, D. Div., Author, Digital Spirituality
Do Us a Favor

Do Us a Favor

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DO US A FAVOR pulls the reader into spaces that may feel all too familiar. All too unbelievable. And, yet, all too real. Borrowing text from the infamous phone call between Donald Trump and the Ukrainian president, this chapbook explores the world as it was before, during, and after 2020. The narrator trundles down paths, through cafés and portals, onto lawns and into the topmost floors of skyscrapers, and even to outer space--all while confronting the narrow-mindedness and hate of others, the oppressive weight of existence, and a planet spiraling to a place that feels irretrievable.

Poetry. Chapbook.

Dodge Tuck Roll

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Early Death Records of Lorain County: A Companion Guide

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ECHOES OF JERRY

ECHOES OF JERRY

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Growing up in suburban Cleveland, Judah Leblang felt a deep connection with his Uncle Jerry, an orally-educated deaf man who lived an isolated life between the deaf and hearing worlds. Like Jerry, Leblang felt different too, struggling with his sexuality and trying to find his place in society, finally coming out in the mid-1980s. Many years later, after working in the Deaf Community and later, losing much of his own hearing, the author goes on a quest to understand his late uncle and to give him a voice--this man who died of a heart attack at 44, and who remained a mystery to those around him, encased in his silent world.

Economic Slavery in the 21st Century: An in-depth look at centralized banking and banking dynasties

Economic Slavery in the 21st Century: An in-depth look at centralized banking and banking dynasties

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As the divide between the wealthiest and the rest of us widens, Economic Slavery in the 21st Century is an important history lesson of how we got here and a cautionary tale of what may come. Though the story told is one of greed and corruption, author Kevin Williams uses the lessons of the past to create a guide for a future that is more economically just for everyone. Thoroughly researched and referenced, Economic Slavery in the 21st Century shines a light into the dark corners of the banking industry. This cleansing light seeks to put backbone into a government that genuflects at the altar of shadowy bankers with far too much power and provides guidance to ordinary citizens to avoid the traps of yesterday.

Eli: The Phenom's Story

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