Then I walked away from her forever. Last Day of College Another one year of college was not easy for me. We were in the same class and she tried to talk to ...
Author: Subrat Saurabh
Publisher: Notion Press
And We Walked Away revolves around the friendship of three friends in college, with a love story blooming in their hearts. It connects to the kind of boys who are in love and keep trying to convince the same girl in different ways for a long time, not moving on in life. Also, it talks about the kind of girls who don’t believe in love but also, don’t want to take advantage of a boy's feelings. The girls who are not conservative but don’t want to pursue love. Abhimanyu, a well-known author returns to his engineering college in Bangalore after a decade and notices a lot of changes in the college over this period. It reminds him of how he met his ladylove, Naina on the first day of college and fell in love with her at the first sight. Abhimanyu, being an impulsive, stubborn and impatient guy decides to propose her in a rush. She doesn’t believe in love and has her own reasons for it. Abhimanyu with the help of his friends Aarush and Dev proposes and tries to convince Naina many times in unusual ways but he fails miserably. However, a trick helps to melt her heart, but destiny has a different plan.
... seeking and learning in the field of spirituality, conscious parenting and conscious living. 'She Walked Away Stronger' is her first book.
Author: Deepti Gupta
Publisher: Notion Press
She was lost and she struggled. But through the quicksand of life that sucked her in, she pulled herself out, found her ground and walked away stronger. ‘She Walked Away Stronger’ is a collection of poems penned over 20 years. Every poem is an emotional testament to the meandering paths of the journey of life. Some are hauntingly poignant, and the others will find a deep resonance of feelings most choose to suppress. The book is an expression of a life which is fought, survived and conquered.
Loosely based on the case history of Albert Dadas, a psychiatric patient in the hospital of St. André in Bordeaux in the nineteenth century, The Man Who Walked Away imagines Albert's wanderings and the anguish that caused him to seek ...
Author: Maud Casey
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
In a trance-like state, Albert walks-from Bordeaux to Poitiers, from Chaumont to Macon, and farther afield to Turkey, Austria, Russia-all over Europe. When he walks, he is called a vagrant, a mad man. He is chased out of towns and villages, ridiculed and imprisoned. When the reverie of his walking ends, he's left wondering where he is, with no memory of how he got there. His past exists only in fleeting images. Loosely based on the case history of Albert Dadas, a psychiatric patient in the hospital of St. André in Bordeaux in the nineteenth century, The Man Who Walked Away imagines Albert's wanderings and the anguish that caused him to seek treatment with a doctor who would create a diagnosis for him, a narrative for his pain. In a time when mental health diagnosis is still as much art as science, Maud Casey takes us back to its tentative beginnings and offers us an intimate relationship between one doctor and his patient as, together, they attempt to reassemble a lost life. Through Albert she gives us a portrait of a man untethered from place and time who, in spite of himself, kept setting out, again and again, in search of wonder and astonishment.
Or, I had headaches before I walked and sometimes I fell down. Or, when I stopped everything became dark, as though I was disappearing.
Author: Maud Casey
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
In a trance-like state, Albert walks – from Bordeaux to Poitiers, from Chaumont to Macon, and farther afield to Turkey, Austria, Russia – all over Europe. When he walks, he is called a vagrant, a mad man. He is chased out of towns and villages, ridiculed and imprisoned. When the reverie of his walking ends, he's left wondering where he is, with no memory of how he got there. His past exists only in fleeting images. Loosely based on the case history of Albert Dadas, a psychiatric patient in the hospital of St. André in Bordeaux in the nineteenth century, The Man Who Walked Away imagines Albert's wanderings and the anguish that caused him to seek treatment with a doctor who would create a diagnosis for him, a narrative for his pain.
Because Madison chose to walk away from me and when I was at my worst, you
were there, and when I started accepting she was gone, it was you I wanted to
spend time with. And maybe I should apologize for not telling you about Madison,
Author: Stacey Lynn
Publisher: Stacey Lynn
There’s nothing I wouldn’t do for my best friend. Like, hide the fact I’ve been in love with her for years. Or agree to be her fake boyfriend when we have to return to her hometown for her exes wedding. Little does Jillian know this is what I’ve been waiting for. It’s a dream come true. I finally get to touch her and love her in all the ways I’ve been dying to show her. For one weekend only, she’s mine, even if she thinks it’s fake. Pretending to love her is easy. I want her to be mine forever. Getting Jillian to admit it’s what she wants too, is another thing. On or off the ice, I have no problems fighting dirty to get what I want. But this is one fight I might just lose.
The next big town was around 15km away and I was pretty certain I wouldn't make ... she seemed to change her mind and promptly walked away with a sniff.
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
I am MossDogg. I am a free thinker and traveller. This is the story of my latest and most epic journey in which I walk to Greece from my parents flat in Eastbourne, England. I had to take a ferry from Dover to get to France but other than that, it was entirely on foot–no hitch hiking, no buses no nothing. I took my trusty hammock and free-camped almost everywhere I went–no matter the weather, sometimes finding decent camps and sometimes . . . not. I took money for emergencies only, using my survival skills and street 'savvy' to feed and water myself by searching in forests, fields, bins and more besides. I was alone for the whole journey but I met a whole host of 'interesting' characters, most friendly, some mad and a few downright dangerous. Come with me and experience what it's like to travel through some of the hardest land in Europe on foot, with a heavy rucksack and only the money and supplies that I can scavenge en-route. No plans, no ideas, only the destination. Greece.
The further he walked away, the louder I yelled, calling him “Coon,” “Nigger,” “Jig-a-boo,” and a few others. I yelled for a full 30 minutes that I could ...
Author: Vivian Cash
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Biography & Autobiography
When Johnny Cash died in September 2003, the world mourned the loss of the greatest country music star of all time. I Walked the Line is the life story of Vivian Cash, Johnny's first wife and the mother of his four daughters. It is a tale of long-kept secrets, lies revealed, betrayal and, at last, the truth. Johnny and Vivian were married for nearly fourteen years. These years spanned Johnny's military service in Germany, his earliest musical inclinations, their struggling newlywed years, Johnny's first record deal with Sun Records (alongside Elvis Presley), his astounding rise to stardom, and his well-known battles with pills and the law. Vivian decided that, near the end of her life and with backing from Johnny, she should tell the whole story, even the parts at odds with the iconic Cash family image such as Johnny's drug problems; Vivian's confrontation with June Carter about her affair with Johnny and, most sensationally, the Cash family secret of June's lifelong addiction to drugs and the events leading up to her death. Also revealed are unpublished love letters between the couple, family photographs and artefacts. I Walked the Line is a powerful memoir of joy and happiness, injustice and triumph and is an essential read for all Cash fans.
Author: CHRIS. SELWOOD SELWOOD (MARY.)Publish On: 2019-01-08
How we leveraged other people's money to walk away with £150,000 on one project using absolutely none of our own money.
Author: CHRIS. SELWOOD SELWOOD (MARY.)
How we leveraged other people's money to walk away with £150,000 on one project using absolutely none of our own money. Discover the secret formula that we used despite many challenges along the way. and how you too can overcome great challenges to build a better lifestyle.
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Author: Eddie Williams
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Recent decades have seen sub-Saharan Africa decline in both economic and human terms. The rich North has responded with a barrage of well-publicized initiatives, from pop concerts to international commitments on debt relief, aid, trade and good governance. Among the complex of factors necessary to sustain economic and human development, education receives little media coverage, although it is crucial. However, education must be effective. This book argues that in 'Anglophone' Africa, education is not effective because of the use of English, rather than children's first languages, both as the medium of instruction, and also as the language in which children are first taught to read. Research is presented from Malawi and Zambia, countries with contrasting language policies, using evidence from tests in English and African languages, small-group discussions and classroom observation. The findings show that English-medium policies in Africa do not give students any advantage in English over first-language policies, while the use of English discriminates against girls and rural children. The book concludes that much education in Africa is a barrier rather than a bridge to learning because of the prevailing language ideology, which has resulted in massive over-estimation of the value of English. While appropriate language policies alone will not solve education and development difficulties in Africa, they do have a positive contribution to make. The evidence presented here suggests they are failing to make that contribution.
DreamMakers, Book 3 He wants to rock her world—in bed and out of it For former Army Ranger Dean Colter, sexual escapades and wild flirtations are the norm—but it wasn’t always that way.
Author: Vivian Arend
Publisher: Arend Publishing Inc.
DreamMakers, Book 3 He wants to rock her world—in bed and out of it For former Army Ranger Dean Colter, sexual escapades and wild flirtations are the norm—but it wasn’t always that way. Years ago, the DreamMakers co-owner was a one-woman kind of guy until he tore Emma Lee’s heart apart. Yet he’s never forgotten her, and when Emma waltzes back into his life, a second chance is suddenly within his reach…and he’ll be damned if he’ll screw up again. She wants her world to stop spinning apart Emma’s no longer the naïve girl she used to be. Now a successful designer in the fashion world, she refuses to let Dean’s killer smile and sweet-talking ways distract her from her goals. But being the target of Dean’s full-out seduction isn’t easy to resist, even as the dynasty she’s built teeters toward disaster. This time she might the one who breaks both their hearts when she has to walk away.
“Tell me you don't love me and I'll walk away. But as long as you love me, as long as there's hope, I can't let you go. Not like this.
Author: Judy Angelo
Publisher: Phoenix Publishing Limited
TROUBLE TO THE 'NTH DEGREE. When Maximillian Davidoff meets Silken McCullen little does he know how much trouble will follow in her wake. The woman practically gets him thrown out of an establishment he could have purchased without a thought. And then, as if that weren't bad enough, she bulldozes her way into his life and proceeds to act like she's in charge. He soon finds out that there's a whole lot of woman packed into that petite bundle. Silken McCullen has always had a feisty streak but no matter how she tries to curb her fiery nature it's forever getting her in trouble. When she first meets Maximillian Davidoff it is under less than ideal circumstances...particularly because her temper clouds her judgment and she ends up cursing him out. It is only after she has given him a good piece of her mind that she finds out that he is innocent of her charges. Now it falls on her to track him down and apologize. But apologies come hard for Silken and, before you know it, she's in a new kind of trouble with Max...but this time it's oh, so sweet. With Silken McCullen, trouble is always just around the corner.
His longing for us to walk with Him in truth is unending. Third John 4 tells us: I have no ... Have you ever walked away from what you knew was true?
Author: Jill Eileen Smith
Sometimes life is hard. We walk through loss, heartache, and disappointment. But thankfully we don't do it alone. God is with us every step of the way, just as he was with the women of ancient times whose lives, struggles, trials, and triumphs are recorded in Scripture. Drawing on her extensive research into women of the Old Testament, novelist Jill Eileen Smith shows us how we can glean wisdom and strength from our trials just like women such as - Miriam - Rahab - Deborah - Ruth - Hannah - Abigail - Bathsheba - and more You'll discover what these ancient women did right, what they did wrong, and how God used the hard things in their lives to make them into the women he always meant for them to be.