A short poem on what does the word "Mother" means to me. I have tried to make it short and sweet and hope it touches your heart and melts your eyes and makes you understand the sacrifices a mother makes for the sake of her children's.
Accidental murder, sex, confusion. That's life as college freshman at Ohio State, at least for Ted and Lewis. They're just two regular guys. Their freshman year, they become best friends. Their sophomore year, they solve a murder. And commit one.
In this witty and insightful memoir, Peter Schrag meditates on the life of his mother, Ilse, who left Germany in 1933 to marry a German Jewish doctor in Lebanon, who later made her way to New York City with her infant son. Together, mother and son built a new life.
My Mother and Me is an observation of the mysteries of the mother-son bond, and a treatise about what it means to be an American.
Inspired by “seeds of knowledge” implanted in him by his Mother, a single Black parent, Eric Otis Simmons went on to accomplish some incredible things in life - despite seemingly impossible odds. In his Memoir, Simmons masterfully tells how these “seeds” proved to be the cornerstone behind his subsequent academic, athletic, and business success with some of America’s largest Corporations.
What if the same money that was used to build a church turns out to be the same money that destroys it? Reverend Gibson and First Lady Victoria's family matters become church matters due to their son's sins . . . or is it actually the sins of the father?
Book 3 of the Rational Fear Series. After the bombing of UN Headquarters in New York, Jack and Kate navigate their way through the legal system and it tears their family apart. They face hard choices at every turn, personally experiencing arbitrary enforcement of laws and misuse of the system by those who consider themselves to be above the law, as some alliances are lost and new ones are formed.