Have you thought about writing a book and seeing your name on the cover? Now's the time to stop thinking and start doing and you can do that with this practical guide for new writers. Follow along with fictional Rhonda Gray as she enters the writing community and begins to learn what it takes to turn her idea into a book. You'll learn what she learns about points of view, query letters, publishing, marketing, and more. At the end of each chapter there's a summary of what you have learned.
This book contains proven steps and strategies to help you tackle binge eating and bulimia nervosa. It will also help you to develop a healthier relationship with food. Just like binge eaters, sufferers of bulimia nervosa go to great lengths to make up for overeating. Prolonged fasting, excessive exercising, self-induced vomiting, and taking unnecessary laxatives are all symptoms of the illness. Bulimia, more specifically known as bulimia nervosa, is an eating disorder that can if not addressed cause serious damage to the body and mind.
Jill Homer, a newspaper editor in Alaska, has an outlandish ambition: a 2,740-mile mountain bike race along the rugged Continental Divide. But Jill's dream starts to unravel the minute she sets it in motion. An accident during a race on the Iditarod Trail results in serious frostbite. As she struggles with painful recovery and uncertainties about leaving a good job to pursue a seemingly impossible pipe dream, her employer hands down an offer she can't refuse.
"Listen to a sample first"
The author of Homeschooling Is the New Millennium presents a brand new idea that should have taken off years ago to help you do just that, all while adding peace of mind and family time to your daily routine. Homeschooling is the safest and most stress-free way to approach everyday educational needs. Imagine perfect grades enabling you to be an honor roll college bound student from the comfort of your own home!
This skill book for ages five to 12 teaches a simple five-step process to help them solve problems. Ideal for parents, educators, and home-school courses to use with children. Children are given ample practice helping others to solve their problems as well as solving their own.
This fascinating book on emotional abuse has been written by Hannah Lee. She graduated with a master's degree in psychology and is the founder of the "bonding theory". She is passionate in marriage counseling and connecting with people. This book contains lots of stories. Though this book is packed with professional psychological and clinical information and knowledge, this book is a perfect and easy listen for anyone who suffers from emotional abuse.
Ever dream about living in an RV? Wonder what life as an RVer is all about? Want to own an RV and hit the road? If you've never set foot in an RV before, this book will act as a guide to help you understand what RVing is all about. And if you have been an RVer for as long as you can remember, you're bound to pick up some idea or another you may not have thought about, and you may recall fond campground memories you wouldn't have been able to experience were it not for your travels in your RV.
"Don't waste your time!!"
This book aims to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that superpowers do exist, and are available to us all if only we will apply our minds to discover them, and tap into their limitless potential - making them a reality. This book will explore the reality that is creative power. Tap into the creative power you have to change the world.
"Beautifully read, wonderful message!"
Have you always wanted to learn how to crochet? Or have you not found the right learning material? Or if the idea of receiving an easy guide to crocheting appeals to you, then this book is for you! This book provides you with a step-by-step guide to create your very own crochet items. Are you ready to experience crocheting on a whole new level? Then check out this book now!
Meet five women with empty arms. Lexie is only 15 and already facing one of the toughest choices of her life - whether or not to keep the baby no one knows she's carrying. Kathryn, Lexie's mother, has already lost her husband. Will she lose her wayward daughter, too? Reena, an elderly woman who lives in the heart of Cincinnati, is widowed with grown children who live in other states. She knows the pain of empty arms, as well....
"Couldn't read it."
After watching the movie Selma, seven-year-old Nashida was shocked about race relations in America. Her parents vowed to teach Nashida about her culture every Saturday to help her understand America's unruly past. Nashida shares history lessons and her museum experience with listeners.
"Nashida shares history lessons"
Children love to laugh. Children will enjoy and have great fun telling their friends these jokes over and over again. This entertaining audiobook will give your children hours of happiness and pleasure.
The true account of a haunted house plagued with demons, ghosts, and menacing vibes on a rural desolate street. Over the course of 16 years one family cannot seem to get rid of the terrorizing entities from their house. Is it simply a ghost that won't leave, or is it a demon terrorizing the entire neighborhood? Adventure down Delta Drive with this short story and come to your own conclusions.
The Spectacular World of Waldorf allows children to discover new places in the USA and worldwide through humorous and intriguing travels for the young listener. On this adventure, Mr. Waldorf discovers the great state of Texas. The curious canine encounters fun new friends and places while exploring the vast state visiting the Alamo, riding a bull for eight seconds, making new friends in Dallas, exploring Austin, and more.
This skill book for ages five to 10 teaches a simple five-step process to help kids solve problems. Ideal for parents, teachers, and home-school courses. Children are given ample practice in helping others to solve problems and in solving their own.
What Did I Do Wrong? is the first book of a 3-book series sharing Eveline Sandy's personal journey of resilience and perseverance. Born in the early fifties to a single mother in East Germany, Eve eventually moved with her mother to the United States to live with her mother's new husband, a US serviceman whom Eve knew as Dad. With this new man frequently absent and detached from their lives, Eve and her mother were regularly left alone to fend for themselves.
"Couldn't get through it!"
Sugar's Farm is an exciting and heartwarming story of a young girl's adventures on her farm in the country. You will meet Sugar, her animals and many wild animals too. She has a huge spotted black and white Great Dane named Giant, and a Collie named Biscuit. Sugar's father buys her two horses for her graduation from the ninth grade. She names her white horse Jewel, and she names her black horse Stud. She has a best friend named Ruby that goes horseback riding with her all the time.
Violet is a fairy who lives in a magical land complete with both a wizard and wood nymphs. In her travels, she comes across human children. She is so intrigued by them that she decides she wants to become one. The wizard tells her that, in order to become a human child, she will need both birth parents and adoptive parents. She then undertakes the journey to the land of humankind. As a child, when she is about six, she suddenly remembers that she had once been a fairy.
This book is not to frown upon all the trying and loving parents who aren't perfect. It is here to help you see what you can improve on to make your kid's life even better than it already is. Learn from others so you don't have to go through the same process. Most importantly, however, learn from others how not to do it so you can avoid those traps yourself.
Jan Vincent, a young and naïve waitress at a local diner, has always dreamed of the big time; being a famous horror movie star and getting out of the small, one-horse town that has kept her prisoner for so long - and away from her abusive, alcoholic father. Her story was not a particularly original one: a small town girl moves to the Big City to follow her dream of becoming a star. Hundreds of people had done the same thing so many times with varying degrees of success, but Jan really thought she had what it takes.