When Tony’s best pal Cleo goes to heaven, the lively boxer dog knows he must find a new friend to make him happy again. But who will be Tony’s buddy? Follow his adventures as Tony meets a llama, an egret, a chihuahua, an alligator and others in his quest for his new best friend!
Joan sits in a police cell surrounded by soggy tissues, the main suspect in a murder investigation. It appears to be a fairly straightforward case. Well, apart from the man outside dressed like an extra from the Braveheart movie who’s claiming full responsibility. Joan only really wanted to find her Rush Hour Crush. How did it end up like this?
The author’s 18-year-old son was killed by a hit-and-run driver. Did he belong to Christ? Clinging to the Biblical doctrines of grace, the truth she knows wrestles with the longing of her heart. Can she trust God, with even this?
*About this novel*
Last year, 2016, I was so shocked because I heard the news.
On August 24th, the earthquake occurred in central Italy.
There has been a series of aftershocks even now, and the reconstruction is not in progress.
Through this novel, I express my condolences to the people who passed away due to the earthquake and I hope to be able to tell the victims of something.
Never did it cross my mind that we would one day bury our child. But death, the cruel thief, came one evening and claimed him. And though the 'why' never leaves, hope finds its way through the long, dark night.
Jordan's Road: The Way of the Spirit in the Hard Things is a touching account of one woman's unique journey through loss and grief. We all travel this hard road at some point in our lives. Jordan's Road shows us that when we listen to our own inner guidance our spirits can be uplifted in times of loss, and we can offer assistance to those who are leaving as well as to those who are left behind.
This devotional is for those who are dealing with grief and depression. Massey has walked the grief walk. His wife died suddenly from a brain aneurysm . Riddled by the consequences of complicated grief, one sleepless night, Massey made a commitment: "I will give my grief a voice." Grief may be your reality but it does not have to have the final word.
So Long, Little Black Diamonds: a short and glorious true tale of friendship, and a dog on wheels.
(NOTE: deals with the terminal conditions of cancer of the fallopian tube and canine degenerative disorder.)
How to Grieve is a how-to guide with practical tips on every page and resource lists at the back of the booklet. Specifically designed with the death of a partner or spouse in mind, How to Grieve: Even When You Don't Want To is applicable to any loss: a child, friend, pet, or divorce.
A tool guide for bereavement and empowerment. From emotional support to legal resources and financial planning, Through the Fire seeks to offer a comprehensive guide on dealing with widowhood, not just in the immediate aftermath but also in anticipation of this turn of events.