This audiobook contains proven steps and strategies on learning to get your voice in perfect shape ready to sing in tune and with harmony. It's surprising how many people think that they can't sing. In fact, I was told that I had to sing when first taking up playing folk guitar. It was the last thing on my mind.
A lot of ink has been spilled covering the lives of history's most influential figures, but how much of the forest is lost for the trees?
For someone whose career ended over 30 years ago, Audrey Hepburn continues to retain her popularity and exert a strong influence over how people view beauty and sophistication.
Of all the great movie stars, there may be none more enigmatic than Greta Garbo, who remains internationally famous despite the fact her life and career raise more questions than answers. How did a Swedish actress with very little film acting experience in her native land arrive in the United States and achieve instant stardom? Most actresses had to wait years before they were offered starring roles in major films, yet Garbo was ushered to the front of the line and perched atop the MGM pantheon.
Former FBI agent, Connie Davenport, thought being a small town Chief of Police would be just the rest she needed after her horrific ordeal until notes arrive from an obsessed killer and bones float down the Main Street of her town.
Chief of Police, Connie Davenport, hates change and the last few years have proven a testament to her courage. She has endured everything the world can throw at her: the object of a serial killer's obsession - twice, volatile panic attacks, an abandoned FBI career, divorce, a forsaken affair, her mother's cancer and her father's death. Now, as her life settles down and she rekindles that discarded love affair with FBI profiler, William Carlotti, bodies pile up and secrets, once kept - are exposed with deadly repercussions.
There is no denying that the career of Ginger Rogers cannot be entirely divorced from that of Fred Astaire. The unlikely pairing - Rogers was a statuesque blonde while Astaire fell well short of the masculine ideal expected of male movie stars - only made their screen romance more dreamlike, even as the physical contrasts between them melted away during their protracted dance numbers.
Sophie lives her life as a hospice nurse running from her past and overcompensating for her sins. She wants nothing more than to help others the way someone once helped her. But she never expected to get so attached to one of her patients. Nicholas is suddenly looking for more meaning in his life than money, fast women, and flashing lights. Life as a rocker has left him empty. Only Emily filled the gaping hole in his heart and with her death, his soul is broken into pieces. When two lives collide, Sophie and Nicholas know they'll never be the same.