Some people get tattoos - pieces of art that enhance or reveal something about them that they like. Other people, like me, are branded by something - actions or words. "No one will ever love you, Rowan, you're not worthy." Those are the words that created my blemish, my scar, my mark upon my soul. They were words whispered by the woman who should have loved me most.
"BLOOD DOESN'T MAKE A FAMILY.. LOVE DOES"
They say that holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. I hold on to it anyway, letting it consume me, as it slowly devours everything I am. I fight to hide my ugliness from the world. Until I meet her. She's a soothing balm to what ails me, softening the anger that roars within. Unknowingly, she's healing what's broken, and I'm determined to keep her - to make her mine. But what happens when she sees the monster that lies beneath? Will she stand by me?
"LOVE WAS BEATEN BY CHILDHOOD PENT UP RAGE"
Ryder "Playboy" King is what everyone calls me, in and out of the octagon. I'm fine with being known as a Playboy. I've turned it into an art form. A big smile, charm, and a little flattery - and my needs are easily met. Besides, giving a shit can get a man hurt - I'd rather get in and out in one piece. Enter Tessa Jameson. One fiery lust filled moment with her is not enough. If anything, it leaves me wanting more, but she's not interested. Me? I know I've met my match - I want more. She thinks men only want sex.
"A SWEET, SEXY & GRIPPING LOVE STORY"
WHAT DO GREAT TEACHERS DO DIFFERENTLY? As an educator, you may ask yourself this question all the time. Or you may know the answer but are struggling in an environment that just doesn't appreciate great teaching. Whatever the case, educators - and American society in general - have long worried about the lack of great teaching. That is why, for decades, Gallup has directed the leading thinkers in education and psychology to uncover what makes a teacher truly great.
Storied, fiercely competitive Mariana Academy was founded with a serious honor code; its reputation has been unsullied for decades. Now a long-dormant secret society, Prisom's Party, threatens its placid halls with vigilante justice, exposing students and teachers alike for even the most minor infraction. Iris Dupont, a budding journalist whose only confidant is the chain-smoking specter of Edward R. Murrow, feels sure she can break into the ranks of The Devil’s Advocate, the Party’s underground newspaper, and there uncover the source of its blackmail schemes and vilifying rumors.
The death of her one true love has forced Goldalynn to use dark magic. Determined to bring him back she discovers she must acquire the pelts of three bears under the light of the blue moon to fulfill the spell. The blue moon has risen and the three bears are caged, awaiting the fate of Goldalynn's deadly spell. Then a collision of spells, magic dark and light create a curse. This curse turns the fur into soft skin and their paws into delicate arms and legs...this curse turns them human. Now these bears in human bodies must travel across the magical realms of the modern world searching for a way to break the curse.
In spring 2013, Joanna Demkiewicz, a journalism student at the University of Missouri, went to hear the longtime Esquire writer Mike Sager talk about his new book, “Next Wave: America’s New Generation of Great Literary Journalists.” The collection, which Sager had edited, celebrates 19 underappreciated young writers. But there was a problem.
"These Women’s Magazines Aren’t Just for Women" is from the March 17, 2017 Lifestyle section of The New York Times. It was written by Jennifer Miller and narrated by Fleet Cooper.
"Yarn Bombing Goes Mainstream" is from the December 03, 2016 Lifestyle section of The New York Times. It was written by Jennifer Miller and narrated by Fleet Cooper.
"Men Have Book Clubs, Too" is from the May 05, 2016, Lifestyle section of The New York Times. It was written by Jennifer Miller and narrated by Corey M. Snow.
When caring for a child who takes prescription medication for whatever reason, parents or other guardians may be worried about dosages and effects. This is why if you are caring for a child who is required to take medications, it is important to monitor them. There should always be a guardian present to be sure that the child is taking the correct dosage. This seems to be a pretty obvious warning, because overdosing is one of the biggest fears when handling any sort of prescription medication.
Sasha the bear cub, on his own from poachers killing his ancestors, finds new friendships as he struggles to realize his potential. Danger awaits him in the jaws of the mean wolf, Rasputin.