Audrey started writing over ten years ago. Having a passionate love of books, she developed a desire to also write books. Although she wanted to start writing earlier in life, her busy lifestyle would not allow her to do so because she worked as a registered nurse while raising a family. However, while earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in college, she took writing/English courses. She was forced to retire early from nursing to take care of her debilitated mother which freed her from working outside the home. Needing to earn money, she worked from home for a company that provided articles that averaged about 500 words for websites. This company was very strict, to the point of being picky, and she honed her writing skills. Possessing a vivid imagination and having lived through a lot of good, bad, and ugly experiences in her life, she began to write books. She has written and published six books.
The book goes into detail how the three main credit bureaus compute a person's FICO score. They all use a complex system of algorithms to compute a person's score, and they all come up with a different figure. My book contains knowledge about what goes into figuring a person's FICO score and it is up to the person to use the knowledge to their best advantage.
Enablers are usually kind-hearted people who sympathize with addicts who need help. An enabler for whatever reason needs to be needed, and an addict needs an enabler to take care of them; therefore, this creates a co-dependency relationship. This is a harmful form of behavior in that it keeps an addict from maturing into a responsible person who can make good choices and take care of themselves.
Although I have written and published a few books, I have never written about my encounter with God that proved to me beyond a shadow of a doubt that He really exists. I have never doubted my faith since this miracle happen to me. Read my story and decide for yourself if the miracle was real or not.
This is a story about a ten-year-old girl named Lucy. She loves Christmas and anxiously awaits Christmas Eve for the annual family get-to-gather at her grandparents house in the country. Her life is nearly perfect except for three kids, two boys and a girl, who have moved next door to her. Marie, the girl, is mean and Lucy hates her. Christmas Day, Lucy learns why Marie is so mean and grumpy.