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The Other Blue Sky

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Very few people can say they were born inside a concentration camp during the Holocaust. Disease, starvation, and much worse, prevented most prisoners from surviving. For infants, it was nearly impossible. I became an anomaly. I shouldn’t be alive.  As a child, I didn’t know my life was different from that of others. I had nothing to compare it to, and I had no insight about the day I was born...until the moment I overheard the truth.  In a split second, I became a stranger to my reflection, my name, and my reason for being. I was not Annie anymore, and the people raising me were not my parents. Even the blue sky I cherished became an unfamiliar sight. I felt utterly alone in a foreign world, but that changed when I met another person who was lost, like me.  Fisher offered his hand to hold and began to prove his theory of, “When two missing people find one another, they can consider themselves found.” Fisher enlightened me, and through him, I gained a deeper understanding of life.  Now, I know there are two sides of the beautiful, blue sky. I’m on one side, and my lost loved ones are on the other, but at the end of it all, we’ll be together again under the one and only sky.

©2018 Shari J. Ryan (P)2020 Shari J. Ryan

Length: 9 hrs and 7 mins
Available on Audible
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Getting to "I Do"

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Dr. Patricia Allen's jam-packed seminars in Los Angeles have resulted in over 2,000 marriages. Now you too can take advantage of this proven step-by-step program. Here's what you'll learn: How to attract the right man When you should make the first move...and when you should not Why equality in a relationship may not be what you're looking for Why sex before commitment is a bad deal How to have sensational sex What makes a man run away from a relationship How to know when you're giving too much How to get what you want without asking What makes a man want to commit How to be engaged to the right man within a year!

©1995 Patricia Allen, Sandra Harmon (P)2020 Donald Steve

Length: 9 hrs and 20 mins
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Intermittent Fasting for Women

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Did you start a diet without visible results? Do you really want to lose weight and improve your lifestyle? Losing weight now seems more and more difficult, maybe you have tried several times through different diets but without any success! Don't worry, you're not alone! According to a report by the Center for National Statistics for Health Statistics (NCHS) of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, many people suffer from this. A high percentage of obesity is estimated in America. We all want to adapt to that LBD dress or our favorite pair of jeans. We want to dance, jump and walk without feeling breathless. Furthermore, we want to feel comfortable and healthy in our bodies. We want to slow down our aging process, feel young, and improve our general well-being. If this is how you feel, this guide is for you! Benefits of Autophagy and Intermittent Fasting: Slow aging Better heart health Faster cell repair process Increased brain function May prevent cancer and Alzheimer’s disease And many more.... Even if you’ve tried five and more different diets in the past and failed, the intermittent fasting related to autophagy will help you get back in shape in a few weeks.

©2019 angelo nappi (P)2020 angelo nappi

Author: Emily Ross
Length: 3 hrs and 12 mins
Available on Audible
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Tony Acree's Absolution

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Samantha Tyler is a kick-ass, take-no-prisoners kind of girl. She lives by her own set of slightly broken rules, and the drummer she marches to has cloven hooves.  She’s having just another normal day as a vigilante on the good side of the supernatural until an alarming call from her mentor, Sister Evangeline, prompts a trip across the sea to the Abbey of Sainte Aelis in France. One of the nuns and a local village woman are missing, unusual enough, but there are ominous whispers in the air leading everyone to believe an unholy creature is responsible.  When the trail of carnage leads back to a remote cabin in Kentucky, Samantha discovers a new horror is sipping the living soul from its victims. With the help of her best friend, Alex, the mysterious Abe Shepherd, and the enigmatic Declan, she uncovers one of the oldest and most fantastically alluring threats to mankind.

©2020, 2021 Tony Acree (P)2021 Tony Acree

Length: 9 hrs and 56 mins
Available on Audible
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Northern Light

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After the death of her husband, Claire is finding it hard to adjust to being a widow in Northern Michigan. She and her cat quickly find themselves surrounded by visitors, including her best friend, Laurel. The empty house soon feels more like home, until a raven mysteriously appears inside, resulting in a disastrous mess, and a new friend for houseguest Charles, an eccentric ornithologist. Although the company initially offers the support and distraction Claire needs, random attacks soon escalate, and no one is safe. When the unlikely group comes face-to-face with someone intent on murder, will their newfound friendship be strong enough to protect them?

©2020 Deb Davies, BHC Press (P)2021 Deb Davies, BHC Press

Author: Deb Davies
Length: 8 hrs and 20 mins
Available on Audible
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Rude Democracy

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Democracy is, by its very nature, often rude. But there are limits to how uncivil we should be. In the 2010 edition of Rude Democracy, Susan Herbst explored the ways we discuss public policy, how we treat each other as we do, and how we can create a more civil national culture. She used the examples of Sarah Palin and Barack Obama to illustrate her case. She also examined how young people come to form their own attitudes about civility and political argument. In a new preface for this 2020 edition, the author connects her book to our current highly contentious politics and what it means for the future of democratic argument. The book is published by Temple University Press. The audiobook is published by University Press Audiobooks. Winner of the Doris Graber Award, American Political Science Association "A contribution that all future scholarly work on incivility cannot ignore." (Journal of Politics) "A contribution to the literature of history, ethics, and public affairs...." (Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly)

©2020 Temple University - Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education (P)2021 Redwood Audiobooks

Author: Susan Herbst
Length: 6 hrs and 19 mins
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When She Came Back

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Would you risk everything to be home again? Poland, 1935. When Syma - a young doctor, an independent woman with a mind of her own, decides to leave home and embark on an adventure in a strange land, she cannot imagine the powerful emotional whirlpool she’ll find herself in. Daily life in Palestine is far from comfortable, replete with obstacles. The conflict between the lure of civilized, bourgeois life in Europe and the option of living the Zionist dream while embarking on a love affair is agonizing. She chooses to leave everything behind, and sails back home, to Poland. When WWII breaks out and the situation of Europe’s Jews goes from bad to worse, Syma’s choice turns out to be unfortunate. November, 1942. In the midst of a harsh winter in Poland, Syma stands waiting at the railway station, on the same platform she was so familiar with in her previous life, a bygone reality. As the train approaches the station, Syma grasps that this voyage will be different. Where is she headed now?

©2020 Yaron Reshef (P)2021 Yaron Reshef

Author: Yaron Reshef
Length: 5 hrs and 13 mins
Available on Audible