Little Lorna Bell is from a notorious family on a rundown estate. Everyone thinks she's a nasty piece of work. The schoolchildren call her a thief. But Lorna's hair is matted, her shoes pinch her feet, and school teacher Claire Penny can't help herself; some kids just need a bit more support, a bit more love, than the rest. As the bond between teacher and pupil grows stronger, Claire sees Lorna's bruises, and digs to uncover the disturbing tale behind them. Heartbroken, Claire knows she has to act. She must make Lorna safe.
What if Satan kept a journal? This is the premise of The Devil's Diary, which includes 40 entries written by the Evil One as he matches wits with his "adversary", the Son of God. Each daily entry begins with a scripture. The entry that follows will reflect Satan's thoughts and actions based on that passage and other scriptural accounts.
For most of us, our thoughts are like rambling sheep that have no shepherd. We are called upon now to rule the thoughts, to rule the mind. As you know, the kingdom of Heaven is as a man starting into a far country, and he calls unto himself his servants and gives them his property, his goods.
Fat, as a dietary component, continues to be the subject of much misinformation and controversy. Many diets, and even diet fads, have emerged in the past 30 years extolling the value not only of making fat a regular part of the diet, but making it the major component of our daily nutrition. Still, detractors of high-fat diets have called them unsafe and even dangerous, as proponents vowed that going on a high-fat diet is the surest way to fast and safe weight loss, and better overall health.
This story is a gem representing the delightful stories from the Indian subcontinent which capture the simple essence of everyday life in rural/urban India. The simple pleasures of life indicate a time gone by, before the advent of cellphones and Facebook, a time which almost stood still, a time where children could revel in the rain, make paper boats and race them down a drain, play marbles, and generally pass time. The once idyllic life almost seems too slow to bear, and hence is fascinating to watch unfurl as we listen to the story.
A Short History of Greek Philosophy takes the listener on a tour of the golden age of philosophy. Marshall shines a spotlight on the origins of Western thought, giving an elegant and concise review of the major philosophers and schools of thought in Greece.
A volatile hostage situation at a foster home reaches a bitter end: shots are fired, some die, some live to tell a sordid tale. In the midst of the anguish and confusion is one child who will bear the scars of this unbelievable turmoil. As a special investigator for Child Protective Services, Ivy Nash lives by one rule: she'll do anything to fight for the wellbeing of children. Anything. Something that was never done for her. As a "system" kid, she spent time in 17 foster homes.
Divine health and prosperity are better than divine healing and provision. If you live in divine health and prosperity, you won't need a miracle to get healed or to pay your bills. If you can't see the difference between the two, that may be one reason you only visit God's best instead of truly living in it. Most Christians live in a place where it's just a matter of time before there's a crisis in their lives and they need a miracle. You might think it would be wonderful to go from miracle to miracle, but that means you'd also be going from crisis to crisis!
Marguerite got a surprise in the mail, from whom she did not know. What she also didn't know was the ulterior motive.
Two drownings occur in Lake Hopatcong within days of each other, with similar circumstances. Diane is certain the deaths of her mother and of Ryan's wife were not accidents, despite the results of the official investigation. What she doesn't suspect is that the trail to the justice she seeks runs through a past life she and her friends shared hundreds of years earlier. With the help of a hypnotist, Diane, Ryan, and Martha look into their hidden memories.
Debt has ruined the lives of millions of Americans, but that doesn't mean you have to be one of them. There are ways to get out of tough financial situations, even if sometimes it seems hopeless and bleak. People have done it before you, and are continuing to do it right now. So why can't you? You can. Of course you can, you just don't know how yet. However, with the right guidance you can liberate yourself from the modern day slavery of debt.
With the notorious Black Ice missing or assumed dead, Michael Jr. and Rachel try to live a normal life. Will Rachel be able to fight the urge of wanting to get high? Will Michael Jr. be able to fight the blood that's running through his veins? Or will he be succumb to what he hates most, the demon he calls a father, or the life of being once a child of a crackhead break him?
Fairy Story Shorts offer beautiful retellings of traditional tales, and are especially suitable for telling to children at bedtime! This tale is taken from the collection Fairy Stories & Fairy Stories, Traditional Tales for Children, Contemporary Tales for Adults by Clive Johnson, also published by Labyrinthe Press and available as an Audible audiobook.
William Bonin, the "freeway killer", hunts for his next victim.
Accounting is a fascinating subject. This series of books aims to demystify it by simplifying the concepts and practices behind the subject some consider arcane.
Taylor fights to survive in a hostile world that wasn't even created for humans. As she tries to navigate the netherworld, she looks for an ancient necklace that will stop the war between the witches and werewolves. Things only get worse when she crashes on a mysterious island with supernatural creatures that want her dead. She strikes a deal with her immortal husband to rally support for the fey war and help him with a curse placed on his family if he grants her a divorce.
Science fiction meets 1930's noir in this action-packed tale of a man whose job description is shooting trouble. Mick Trubble has two major problems: a past that he can't remember and a price on his head. So when a mysterious dame shows up with a proposition to recover some stolen goods, it's all in a day's work for a man with nothing to lose.
The Magic Table is a collection of poetry, satire, and short stories reflecting on what is talked about, laughed about, and felt in a society of elders. Having moved into a retirement community at age 84, the author discovers beauty, friendship, humor, memories, and newfound pursuits to celebrate in later life. Insightful, a must hear for boomers beginning to contemplate their third act. Recommended for anyone who is or loves someone in their sixties, seventies, eighties, and beyond.
Follow the dramatic conclusion as more secrets are revealed. Hearts will be broken and relationships will change forever as the stylists at Fierce Salon discover what they really need in order to find love, acceptance, and most importantly, happiness. Written as a short sitcom, each episode provides glimpses into the different characters at Fierce and the daily drama they face as young, attractive millennials in Menlo Park, California. Each episode creates as many new questions as it answers.
Meet Lizzy B and listen to her diary. She feels like she is an ugly duckling, thanks to all the bullying at school. In reality, she is really a beautiful swan. This book is mostly real stories that happened to me as I was growing up. I was a victim of being bullied, so I know and understand how badly it hurts. Although Lizzy B turned out to be a beautiful swan, because of all the years of bullying she just could not see that. People tell her all the time how pretty she is. Yet she still has insecurities about her appearance. So please children, stop the bullying.