Wendy K. Williamson shows the effects of bipolar disorder on the mind, body and soul of those who suffer from it. Despite Wendy's struggles, this is a not a book that brings the listener down, rather a road map for wellness and a vastly informative, yet entertaining, guided tour of bipolar disorder for those who don't understand it. With her perceptive self-awareness, the author is equal parts comedienne and educator, and she tells the unbelievable highs and lows of her story with a clear, grounded candor.
Even paddle boards, bonfires, and bikinis won't help Penny escape her reoccurring nightmare. When Penny meets Delsin everything changes. Each morning she comes to meet him, handing over pieces of her heart. But when Penny is confronted with her worst nightmare, Delsin asks for a sacrifice she didn't see coming.
Rick is none too happy when his mother ups and drags him from San Diego, where he had friends, to Arizona, where he knows no one except for Fat Boy, his cat. He dreads a long, dull, boring summer, until the day Madam Yang arrives on the scene. Madam Yang is no fairy godmother. She's a fire-breathing, princess-chasing, time-traveling, hotheaded dragon, with her own ideas on just about everything. Now Rick and his neighbor Natalie are in the hot seat.
"Modern take on classic fairy tale!"
Phoebe Marchant isn't your average poor little orphan. In fact, as heiress to her father's fortune, she may be the richest 12-year-old in America. But life isn't always easy for Phoebe. Along with Poppy's fortune, she's inherited a big problem, Vicki-with-two-i's, the last and luckiest in her long string of stepmothers. Luckily, Phoebe's a professional when it comes to getting rid of unwanted stepmothers. She's also used to getting her own way.
"Narration kills the story."