Love Interrupted

Author: Michele Matto M. DIV. M.A.L.A.

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1982231386

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 72

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This book might have been titled, “Understanding the Afterlife for Dummies”, but we are not dummies. We simply have never been taught what happens after this physical life ends. We are promised “eternal life”, but what and when and where is that? This is a clear presentation, using real-life experiences and photos accompanying those, that show our loved ones are still with us, not just in our hearts and memories, but in our homes and cars and daily lives.

Love, Interrupted

Author: Kat Black

Publisher: Totally Entwined Group (USA+CAD)

ISBN: 1781840083

Category: Fiction

Page: 80

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Can a broken heart forgive, when the flesh can't forget? The last thing Frankie expects to find lurking in a pile of innocent—looking birthday cards is a letter from her estranged husband—the man who broke her heart and threw away their marriage for a night of drunken extra—marital sex. And the last thing she needs is to revisit those feelings of hurt and betrayal brought back by his words of apology and regret. After everything she's been through, is it too much to ask to be left alone to try and build a new, independent life for herself? Apparently it is. As letter after letter falls on her doormat, and the beautiful, eloquent words contained therein slip through her tightly constructed defenses, Frankie becomes a jumble of mixed emotions and desperate desire. Rage, sorrow, revenge and lust mix to make an explosive cocktail when Frankie and Mark find themselves face—to—face for the first time since the split.

Old Age in African Literary and Cultural Contexts

Author: Pepetual Mforbe Chiangong

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 1527571157

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 166

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Through a wide range of indigenous, postcolonial, gender and racial lenses, African writers have provided perspectives on various aspects of old age in the context of African literatures and cultures. This book illustrates how African literary and linguistic representations, ranging from short stories, novels and film to drama and theatre, give expression to ideas about old age. The perspectives offered here provide essential knowledge in understanding the uses of dichotomous age-related categories, such as old-young, elderly male-elderly female, and foreign-indigenous, which generally result in prejudice. Using ageism as its central theme, the contributions draw attention to the ambiguity associated with elderly people in African society who are often highly venerated for their wisdom, but also stereotyped because of their advanced age. However, as the book demonstrates, old age is also deeply valorised in some traditional African contexts, where older adults are regarded as indispensable members of society. It will be of particular interest to scholars, researchers, and students of African studies, applied theatre studies, gerontology, postcolonialism, sociolinguistics, sociology and anthropology.

Soulgasm

Author: Alice Parris

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1410777464

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 174

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SOULGASM, the book of poetry, is a journal. Moreover, it is an adventure that crosses the emotional pathways of its readers. Embark upon the odyssey of the human heart. Journey from the dark shores of Eclipse Of The Soul, through ports of call known as Soul Sojourn, and Soulmate Chronicles unto a place called Soulgasm. Ready for an adventure? See for yourself if SOULGASM will not leave an indelible mark upon your imagination and mind as you travel through life.

Love's Journey

Author: Dontavius M. Foster

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1450038530

Category: Poetry

Page: 151

View: 9806


Summary of Love’s Journey. In this book, I have had more than my share of life’s problems, and I feel like we all share the same common thoughts in wondering how one’s life can be so promising yet deceptive. How love and hate co-exist in a realm of equal compromise. To the edification of good, nevertheless, evil always seem to follow. Life is not to be mistreated, so life has to be embraced. However, love is only surreal to those who treat it like that. Therefore, we have the power to declare our happiness and decipher who, what, when, where, and why people try to keep us miserable like themselves. Along this journey, love and pain has been produced, and we all must go through this chapter of life. I feel like its time to let others feel what I have experienced and now realize what has been due to me since my very existence (my happiness) and to show you all that you too can have peace in whatever situation you may be facing because you cannot stay down forever. I have tasted a piece the goodness, and I want more. Finally, to those who have chosen to read this book, I hope you find useful information to move on to your destiny, your happiness, and your eighth wonder of the world. You have to want better and hold on to what life has in store for you. If it’s for you, then no one else can take it. P.S: Find your reason for living and there you will find what makes you tick! Dontavius M. Foster

Love & Maxwell—A Fantasy Reel

Author: Alicia Susan

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1450293492

Category: Fiction

Page: 211

View: 3964


Opposites attract and repel, but can opposites gel forever? Love Moonjay is an expert in business and knows her stuff. Her love life, on the other hand, is nonexistent. Maxwell, a popular singer and songwriter, is highly thought of by his screaming, panting, mostly female fans. He may be constantly publicly linked to beautiful women, but he guards his personal life as well as, if not better than, Fort Knox. Love needs to shake things up, and step outside her comfort zone, if she is going to change her boring way of life. A girls retreat to New Orleans and her first secular concert is a step in the right direction. Love is excited about the adventures that await her until she sets eyes on Maxwell. Max, while uncomfortable with the attention his fame brings, is accustomed to certain responses from the opposite sex. His reaction to seeing Love in the audience in New Orleans puts him in unfamiliar territory. Max cant help himself, he singles her out. Once Max grips Loves hand no one else exist in the crowd arena. Max wants Love; therefore, she must desire him. Love finds himself falling under the sensual spell of Max. What Max knows for sure is that Love will be in his bed tonight. Love knows seduction and its Maxz hypnotic eyes, intoxicating kisses, powerful hands and magical fingers. Love and Max both regret the night before but for different reasons. Fate and desire bring Love and Maxwell together. They want each other desperately but fear and secrets threaten to tear them apart. Love wants marriage and children. Most importantly she wants real love. Does Max desire the same things? Or is he a smooth lothario and is Love his latest conquest? Time will reveal all truths, especially in love.