It's 1945: When the critically wounded Captain Cooper Ravenal is brought to a private hospital on Manhattan's Upper East Side, young Dr. Kate Schuyler is drawn into a complex mystery that connects three generations of women in her family to a single extraordinary room in a Gilded Age mansion. Who is the woman in Captain Ravenel's portrait miniature who looks so much like Kate? And why is she wearing the ruby pendant handed down to Kate by her mother?
"The same story 3 times over..."
Featuring Black Expressions best-selling author Karen Williams, along with Brandi Johnson and Iniko, this book will have listeners consumed with emotion. But before it all even begins, national best-selling author, Kiki Swinson, holds no punches in her introduction to what is sure to be the journey of a lifetime.
Winna returns to her Colorado hometown and her father's last residence, an 87-year-old mansion built by his father, to settle his estate. As Winna shares memories with her married daughter; reconciles with her disinherited sister, Chloe; and becomes reacquainted with old classmates, the old house gives up its secrets. A handwritten will, old love letters, an unfinished story in a notebook, and a diamond ring hidden among her childhood marbles call into question everything Winna knows about her beloved grandmother.
The endless hustle and crazy drama of the game is beginning to take its toll on glamorous Ritz. Then when someone pulls a drive-by on her, Ritz must come to terms with the bad blood her success has brought.
In this brief audiobook, Karen Money Williams refers to the Abraham-Hicks philosophy to clear up fifteen common misconceptions. If you're not familiar with Abraham, you've never heard it quite like this before! Take a fresh new look at greed, peace, the soul, service to others, enlightenment, learning lessons, remembering history, desires, karma, and more. Even if you don't agree with this perspective, you will likely find it thought-provoking.
In a fun, breezy way, Karen Money Williams gives a comprehensive overview of Law of Attraction and the Abraham-Hicks perspective. Topics include: purpose of life, why people suffer, how to improve our circumstances, future of the planet, nature of God, and the crucial role of our emotions.
In this small book, Karen Money Williams shares 15 questions that people have asked her over the years and the answers she has given based on her knowledge of the Abraham-Hicks perspective. Questions include such topics as weight loss, having an affair with a married person, alcohol and drug usage, loss of a friendship, self-sacrifice, injustice, energy blockages, feng shui, others' negativity, croaking, dealing with a bipolar family member, the Bible, sensitivity to earth conditions, and more.
This volume, like its companions, offers ways to change our mental focus and thereby welcome more of what we want and less of what we don't want into our experience. The universal Law of Attraction and the emotional guidance system are at the heart of these writings. Simple and concise, Soulsongs are meant as a quick emotional pick-me-up, and readers rave about the results. Soulsongs are positive thinking in a nutshell, with explanations of why and how positive thinking benefits us.
Everything is about mental focus and Law of Attraction. This is the theme of Soulsongs, Volume 2. Like its companion volumes one, three and four, this audiobook is comprised of 125 brief essays about adjusting our habits of thought to bring more of what we want, less of what we don't want.
Karen Lynn Williams "always takes [listeners] on a worthwhile journey" (Booklist) with her critically acclaimed children’s tales. A Beach Tail follows a father and son during a magical day at the beach. After Gregory draws a lion in the sand, his father tells him to stay close to it and not to wander away. So Gregory, taking his father’s advice to heart, doesn’t dare leave his lion - even when he draws its tail so long it extends the length of the beach.
Like its companion volumes 2, 3, and 4, this book is comprised of 125 brief essays about adjusting our habits of thought to bring more of what we want into our experience, courtesy of the universal Law of Attraction. Simply read one each day and watch for good results. Karen Money Williams is a long-time student of spirituality, psychology, and cause-and-effect. A freelance writer and editor, she lives in Orlando, Florida.
Various tips are offered to release resistance (the habit of focusing on what we don't want and don't like) and to align with our joyful inner being. Further, as the titles reveal, many questions are answered.
Known as the "Diva of Comedy", Karen Williams is a comic craftmaster who blends biting criticism and a clear view of the world with the healing power of laughter. She is the founder of the International Institute of Humor and Healing Arts (HaHA), which emphasizes humor and building self-esteem. In this live recording, you'll hear Williams speak candidly and comically about panty hose, getting old, vegetarians, and lesbian moms.