People die everyday. While most people in America die in a hospital, many families choose hospice for end of life care. Death, as experienced by hospice nurses, can be beautiful, peaceful, humorous, touching, tragic, disturbing, and even otherworldly. Hospice nurses act as midwives to dying people every day. Death transforms not just the patient and family, but the hospice nurse as well. The stories in this book are presented with the hope that their transformation extends to you, too. Heidi Telpner, R.N.
"Complete tour of emotions dealing with the subject that we all try to avoid"
Gabriel Kane lived by one hard and fast rule. Never mix business with pleasure. But the moment Rebecca Cole walked back into his life with only business on her mind, he finds himself forgetting about the rules. Now, he's determined to go after what he's always wanted. Her. The force of her attraction to Gabriel had been immediate and unwavering from the moment he walked into her life.
What happens when everything you thought you knew was a lie? That's exactly what William must face when he meets Becca one night in a local bar. Sure that he knows her, William digs deeper for information by returning to the Bottom. His curiosity, though, reveals 20 years of lies, secrets and betrayal, all at the hands of his parents. William is thrust back into the world of vampires, conjurers and wolves when Becca is taken by an old enemy.
"Deep Dark Secrets"
This is a summary of Susan Cain's Quiet, the book that started the Quiet Revolution. At least one-third of the people we know are introverts. They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking; who innovate and create but dislike self-promotion; who favor working on their own over working in teams. It is to introverts - Rosa Parks, Chopin, Dr. Seuss, Steve Wozniak - that we owe many of the great contributions to society.
A new reality TV show was launching, and the prize was a cool $100,000. Haley would be married to a complete stranger, and their lives would be followed for the next year. If they make it to the end, they both get paid; if they divorce, they lose everything. The man she is to marry is sales executive Ethan Richards, and the two of them must learn to get to know each other, work together, and get on together all with the cameras following their every move - something that's not going to be easy with a scheming production crew determined to cause mayhem to boost ratings.
"Marriage at First Blah..."
Chris shook his head, trying to clear away the cobwebs that fogged his thinking. Where was he? He got up and padded over to the window, parting the drapes just enough to peer out without being seen. A parking lot, a street, a gas station across the street. Nothing looked familiar.
"A lovely introduction to the series."
Shayla adopted her niece at birth, when her sister turned her back on the baby without a real explanation besides the "strangeness" of the father's people. Aislinn is ill, and the doctors have given up hope, so she takes the girl to Bear Island, where her father and his people live, praying for a miracle. She finds truths she isn't ready to face among a clan of bear-shifters. In Kade, she finds an angry bear denied the knowledge of his daughter's existence.
"Great story and great narration"
Something sinister is going on in the neonatal intensive care unit of a prominent Boston hospital. When Joyce Lattimer begins caring for the infants there, she discovers that someone is murdering them. She and her friend, Nancy, uncover evidence showing that Martha Ryan is probably responsible for the deaths of at least 20 infants.
"Murder by Proxy"
The magic and mystery of psychotherapy can easily be explained in such a brief moment but sometimes we just have a difficult time understand and grasping how it works. Here we find some explanations to those important questions that have been asked over and over. Here it is just simply explained in a nutshell. Thomas Hodge is a native of everywhere and nowhere all at the same time. He holds Bachelors of Arts and a Masters of Arts in Psychology.
"Brief, with no tricks..."
Pardon me, your brand is showing! Except maybe your brand, what you offer to others isn't clear at all. Maybe you've felt like your tongue got stuck in your throat at networking meetings when people asked, "So, what is it that you do?" You never have to be caught in the headlights again. Even better, you can create the kind of image for yourself that helps you lock down jobs, makes promotions a snap, and gain the respect of your peers.
"For Introverts and the Socially Awkward"
To have a successful career, it's imperative to have a good, strong network of people with whom you've formed relationships. Whether you are doing a job search, going for a promotion, or hunting for your next great business deal, you will succeed only with and through the relationships you form with others.
"Useless. Narrated by a robot-like voice"
Devastated by the loss of one of her babies, Bella's life takes a further cruel twist when her husband, Albert, dies suddenly, leaving her poverty-stricken. Bella must find a way to provide for her baby and keep searching for the baby so cruelly snatched from her. Bella begins to write to cowboy Clayton Rock, a widower, too, caring for a young baby of his own, in hope of becoming his new bride. When Bella arrives at her location and meets Clayton Rock, she encounters a shocking discovery.
The Free Story Friday Collection Volume 2: "The Mythos Cycle" is a compilation of seven tales told in a universe inspired by the works of HP Lovecraft. From the ice of Greenland, to the suburbs of America, to alternate realities, parallel dimensions, and the sands of the Middle East, this collection ranges the gamut of Horror.
Plant Your Feet Firmly is an intimate glimpse of Asian America. Through the pages of seven short stories, the listener is treated to a delicate taste of ordinary people living extraordinary lives - from a cool grandpa to a grieving mother to a disillusioned husband.
"point of view"
Triplet pregnancy is unique, and so are its effects on your body and mind, your family, and your finances. Enjoy the wisdom and insightful experience of actual triplet moms, learn about common medical complications and typical issues, and prepare for and welcome your triplets with confidence with many useful, practical tips!
Maddie Smart is at a crossroads. Her job and her relationship have both suddenly ended. On the advice of a friend, she flies to a northern fishing lodge to recoup and plan her next move. Here she meets fishermen who don't fish, a policeman who does, a man who says he's seen Sasquatch, and a lodge owner who sets her pulses racing.
How do you tell your child that you won't be there when they grow up? Unwell is the raw, honest story of a mother who writes to her unborn child, sharing her decision of choosing not to be a mother. She doesn't choose abortion. Nor does she consider adoption. Instead, she decides to give her child a fighting chance in life, without the angst and drama that's shaped her own bittersweet life.