The Journey from Abandonment to Healing is designed to help all victims of emotional breakups-whether they are suffering from a recent loss or a lingering wound from the past; whether they are caught up in patterns that sabotage their own relationships or they are in a relationship where they no longer feel loved. From the first stunning blow to starting over, this book provides a complete program for abandonment recovery.
"finally! A book for our particular type of grief"
Susan Anderson's You Write, They Pay gives freelance writers (and wannabe freelance writers) the tools to get their writing careers going and the money rolling in now.
"Timely and On Target"
It all starts with a train rushing through the night…. Well, actually, it starts when Jon Scieszka, former National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, writes a cliff-hanger episode and passes it on to the next member of a cast of celebrated writers, who continues the story and pass it on. And what happens between episodes one and 27? Think werewolves and mad scientists, a talking pig, plenty of explosions, a blue Star Wars lunchbox, two meatballs, a whole army of villains and varmints, and more!
"Great Fun for Both Kids and Adults"
When Fina Fitzgibbons stumbles upon a strangled woman in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, she discovers that the dead woman's four-year-old grandson is also missing. She begins a wild hunt for the killer and his helpless captive. During the chase, she resists falling in love with her boyfriend, Denny, an NYPD patrol officer, steps on the toes of Detective First Grade Jane Templeton, and uncovers secrets about her own past.
"Tense child kidnapping"
Thousands of students, professors, alumni and others at elite schools including Harvard, Yale and Brown have signed petitions asking universities to protect undocumented students after a presidential campaign that made illegal immigration a flash point.
A couple packing away items for a white-elephant sale finds it difficult to part with the stroller all three of their boys shared, for it represents the bonds of love they formed with their children through it.
On a particularly sad day in her life, a woman reflects back on the happy sheltered times she spent at play beneath the willow tree of her childhood home.