This book is an account of one woman's intimate journey through breast cancer. It is an honest, raw account that speaks to cancer patients and survivors, their families and friends, as well as health practitioners and caregivers.
Caryn Block has been on a journey of discovery since she saw her first ghost at three years of age. Realizing that there was more to our world than most people could see, she set out to find her way to God and the divine.
The true-story of life and love in an unfamiliar world. When Naginder Sehmi was born in Kenya nobody could have predicted the amazing life he was to live. In Twisted Turban, Naginder not only describes his continent-crossing journey in vivid detail but he also provides an unparalleled insight into the life as a Sikh.
Sarah's summer plans are in disarray after she runs out on her overzealous boyfriend. As she attempts to move past her vindictive ex, she finds her footing with help from a group of struggling musicians. Through late night talks with his new, unexpected roommate Zach discovers a kindred spirit in the bookish Sarah. Together they are emboldened to pursue their dreams and perhaps something more ...
Featuring fifty exciting practices to bring enchantment to your life, this long-awaited re-print edition of Patricia Telesco's well-loved work guides the reader through living successively in the elementally-based archetypes of the Healer, Teacher, Warrior, and Visionary, leading ultimately to a fuller and more satisfying life.
Renee's story tells of a stringent childhood in her father's church and her ultimate submission to the religion of her nature in young adulthood. As Renee embraces Islam wholeheartedly, the spiritual tranquility of her initial conversion begins to wane as she faces the often painful realities of navigating the terrains of the Muslim experience itself.
Winner of the 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Award for Chick Lit.
Root for Jen as she overcomes the death of her fiancé and is forced to start over and rethink everything. This fun, light read proves that the best stories sometimes arise from the worst tragedies.
If you love inspiring personal journeys, How to be Alive will leave you filled with hope.