In Will the Real You Please Stand Up, leading social media expert, Kim Garst, shares with you the tips, tricks, and techniques that have helped her rise to, and stay at the top of, the social media world. However, this is not a "how to" book on social media. It is something much more powerful. It is a guided journey to discovering the most unstoppable force in nature, something you already have but just don't know how to harness and unleash...YOU!
Theories of Personality speaks in depth of the four major categories of personality theory: psychodynamic, humanistic/existential, dispositional and learning theories. Each theory within these four classifications is attached to a theorist describing in depth the details to his or her theory. These theories of personality are 100 years in the making, and although the theories may conflict one another, each theory binds the four classifications into a single unit of personality theory.
"Semi-passable narration, but good insight"
Emily Eason wants to distance herself from her parents' opulent lifestyle in Birmingham, Alabama, and enjoy life in the tiny rural village of Raccoon Creek and her 50s-style home. But after gazing into the little snow globe she purchased from Hardwicke's Drugs and Gifts, she finds herself transported to another time - her grandmother's era.
Stranded by a snowstorm, Carrie Sanders is left holding a bag an old woman she'd been talking to left behind in the airport coffee shop. Mystified by the woman's disappearance, she sits on the bench staring at the snow globe that was in the bag. Inside the glittery snowy world it's Christmas during the 1940s. Fighting sleep, the next thing she knows she's in the arms of the soldier she last saw skating on the pond in the snow globe. He's no stranger, but the boy next door who never forgot her.
Herbal Remedies: The Guide to Healing Naturally is the perfect reference guide to herbs for any home. It contains a concise list of quite a number of herbs and the ailments that they are typically used to cure. There is even a section dedicated to the link that exists between herbs and aromatherapy.
This collection of short essays, written over a period of years, pictures the true Ozarks and its people as Ellen Gray Massey has experienced them. While it captures the scene it also shows how the area has influenced her personal and professional life. From her childhood attending school in Washington, DC, and living all her adult years in the Ozarks, came the material and background to become a writer, her life-long ambition.
Dancer, award-winning choreographer, show producer, stand-up comedienne, TV/film actress, and author, Norma Miller shares her touching historical memoir of Harlem's legendary Savoy Ballroom and the phenomenal music and dance craze that "spread the power of Swing across the world like Wildfire". It was a time when the music was Swing, and Harlem was king.
"Fascinating story, terrible reader"
Rebooting in Beverly Hills is the witty, charming, and absolutely true account of Marcy Miller, a competent, attractive professional woman, as she struggles to reenter the dating world after an esteem-killing divorce of an adulterous husband.
Set in the opulent oasis of Beverly Hills, Marcy riffs on pickups, fix-ups, Internet dating, matchmaking, divorce, and all the other craziness - like psychics, girlfriends, and sex - that pop up along the road of leaving single life behind.
This fun, engaging memoir, written by a loveable and slightly saucy storyteller, is for anyone who has faced rejection and the need to start again.
This is the story of the loss of Parisa Jenkins' beloved companion dog Bella. The book takes us on the journey that Parisa, her family, and her friends took to try to find out what had happened to Bella when she disappeared out of the back garden of their home in Newquay. The summer of 2014 was spent in a desperate search for Bella. Parisa describes with inspiration the physical spiritual and emotional discoveries that she experienced along the way.
"A must read for dog lovers!"
Spend an evening with famous southern writer Rick Bragg, listening to him as I did, then wonder as I did, why there wasn't a black face in the house. Maybe there isn't a reason. Maybe there is. Rick Bragg says that no writer tells the whole truth. I tried to...As I saw it. That didn't go over to well...With a special someone in Rick's life. As you will see.
"Opened up uncharted perspective for me..."
I had something taken from me at a young age-going to hell and back. My book takes the reader into world of seeing life for what it is and how our struggles are each other's struggles. My life was at a point in time, a life with many struggles and regrets -entering my life's experiences, shame, hurt, anger, learning, understanding, and open-mindedness. There is some spiritual ground and knowledge mentioned, in certain areas and chapters.
Why do people like to re-enact wars? Especially the civil war. Meet Jerimiah "Jerry" Wingate, who gets himself in quite the pickle when he and other new re-enactors experience just some of what our ancestors went through. If they had it to do over again, they might just take up golf.
It's New Years Eve. Everybody's celebrating...Unless you happen to be elderly.Then, it may not be a party for you.It may be the emergency room.New Years Eve at Eighty-two.What it was like for a dear friend of ours.What it may be like for you or someone you love someday.