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Hailed as the wedding planner to the stars, Madeline Aberson has orchestrated some of the most exclusive soirees in Hollywood. But when Madeline becomes embroiled in a nasty divorce, her life falls apart, and rumors swirl that her parties have become total duds. Desperate for work, Madeline finds herself planning far less glamorous affairs, including none other than plus-sized P.I. Savannah Reid's wedding to Dirk Coulter.
If you are a coffee drinker-or know one-this book is for you! You'll learn some little-known facts about coffee, and you'll hear from coffee drinkers around the country as to why they drink the delicious brew. But not only that, you'll also learn about how to face challenges and difficulties and come out smiling and walking closer to God. In the same way that coff ee can be viewed as a dark and bitter liquid or as a favorite beverage, problems can either drag you down or catapult you to a feeling of accomplishment and joy as you overcome them. In this book you'll find: Coff ee facts and trivia Comments from coff ee drinkers everywhere Counsel on facing diffi culties and overcoming them Favorite Bible verses to use every day "A Little Cream and Sugar delights both palettes, while enjoying your coffee, it delights your spirit." --Evelyn Turnquist, Convening of the Evangelists "I've known Jean for many years and found her to have a heart and concern for people." --Dr. M.Tina Dupree, President/Founder, Motivational Training Center "What an inspiration..." --Sarah A. Person Jean "Notewell" Williams is a pastor's wife who has traveled the world, meeting and getting to know all sorts of people, including coffee lovers. With a heart for evangelism and prayer, she combines wit and wisdom in this book to provide encouragement and strength to help you overcome life's difficulties.
Faces in places began its meteoric rise to fame as an internet blog that celebrated a collection of quirky, hilarious, surprising and madcap images captured by ordinary folk with an eye for the bizarre: the ability to see human-like faces in everyday objects. Now the blog has made the leap from screen to printed page. Marvel at this gallery of anthropomorphic faces that express a wealth of human emotion - love, hate, shock, curiosity, boredom, frivolity, surprise, intrigue, - in many forms, whether they are simple household gadgets and appliances, items of clothing, signs, trees, plants, rocks, automobiles, bikes, buildings or boxes. More than 100 contributors showcase their unusual photographs that will change the way you see the world around you. This book will also change the world for the better for many deprived and exploited children: a percentage of the proceeds of each book sold will be donated to the 'Hope for Children' charity. AUTHOR: Amateur photographer Jody Smith inadvertently started Faces in Places when he spotted a common theme in his holiday snapshots, posted them on the web and soon realised that he wasn't the only person to recognise faces in inanimate objects. A blog followed, and the Faces in Places community grew exponentially. Jody, whose day job is commissioning digital projects for a TV broadcaster, lives in London, but uses the internet as his playground. Also available: Focus: Love 9781600595639
Tony McNally is a Falklands War veteran and the best selling author of Watching Men Burn. A tireless campaigner for better understanding and treatment of servicemen and women suffering from mental health problems like PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) After leaving the forces he was diagnosed with PTSD by a civilian doctor and was at first unable to talk about his War time experiences, he was told to go home and try and write down his thoughts and feelings. He soon realized that writing was therapeutic and began to write poetry and short stories, Screaming in Silence is his first book of poetry and a short story about the First World War. Written from the heart this is a powerful collection of works that can only be written by someone that has experienced the brutality of War and mans inhumanity, which is apparent with his colorful and brutal and then at times beautiful, poignant and gentle words. He covers a wide range of subject matter, Politics, murder, homelessness, divorce, Religion and obviously War, McNally hits the readers with the ferocity of an exploding grenade then the gentleness of a poppy petal blowing gracefully in the summer breeze.
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