Author: Sofia Bothwell
Author: Kanak Suri
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
View: 497The teenage years are all about happiness, joy, enthusiasm, but also problems and complaints. It is about studies, exams, friends, and family. Being a teenager is about chasing your dreams, but somehow you aren't able to reach your goals due to obstacles you face on the way. All teenagers want to be happy but aren't really happy or living life fully. They don't want to go with change because they like to be who they are. They want to be successful but don't know how. They think too much but not about the right things. They love a few things but forget to love their own lives. This book is every teenager's account. I truly believe that we can come out of this teenage trauma and want to help you in this journey. The simple tips listed in this book will make your life amazing. So come, take a step closer to the world of happiness, and let the miracle begin.
Author: Eta Wrobel,Jeanette Friedman
Category: Holocaust survivors
Author: Cliff Richard,Penny Junor
Category: Large type books
View: 5086Sir Cliff Richard has sold more than 250 million records around the world since he burst onto the music scene in 1958. In a world fuelled by drink, sex, and drugs, he is perennially attractive without any of those things that keep other singers' profiles high. Now, working with the highly acclaimed biographer and journalist Penny Junor, Cliff speaks freely and frankly about his 50 years in pop music, including a chapter on America and many mentions of his U.S. tours. Inspirational and hugely talented, his extraordinary story is one to read and treasure for the next 50 years.
Author: Gina Liano
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
View: 9417Most people will know Gina Liano as the larger-than-life personality on The Real Housewives of Melbourne. But few know the real-life story behind her rise to fame on reality TV and in Australia’s legal circles as a respected Melbourne barrister. Just like the woman herself, Fearless is up-front, inspiring and passionate. Born in Melbourne to Italian parents, Gina’s happy childhood turned sour when her parents’ business and marriage failed. Gina battled to finish her schooling, and while her ambition was to study law, she was a married mother of one by the time she was 23. Along with her talented sisters she would establish three highly successful fashion stores in stylish inner-Melbourne. But Gina never lost sight of her goal to study law and become a barrister, and at 33, after years of schooling, she was finally admitted to the bar. With a dream career, a new husband and a second child, she was ready to take on the world. But it was not to be; only four years later, she received a shock diagnosis of life-threatening cancer. With more twists and turns than any reality TV show, every step of Gina’s unique journey is intimately recounted in Fearless with the frankness and honesty that audiences have come to expect from the straight-talking star of the Real Housewives series. ‘Sassy and sophisticated. Tough and tender. Glamorous and gregarious. Everyone has an opinion of Gina Liano, but those who know even a little about her know she’s a survivor, then a thriver and always a winner … against all odds.’ Eddie McGuire
Author: The Love Guru
View: 2192Are you living a life that you truly desire and absolutely love? Or are you simply repeating patterns and old ways of living that have been passed down to you from your family, friends, media, and society?In 2010, The Love Guru was guided on a journey where she began to see how she had been programmed to think in certain ways, act in certain ways, and live in certain ways that weren't making her happy and weren't producing the life she desired.In Doing My Life, My Way, Blaire invites readers to explore her past journey and learn how she was able to move past limiting beliefs and programmed ways of being - and how you can too. This book is meant to be used as a teaching, healing and de-programming guide where you compare her patterns to your own and begin to de-program from your conditioned ways of being. This book also helps you heal mental, emotional, and childhood wounds that are keeping you in a loop of unhappiness and unfulfilled dreams.Use this book to go on an entertaining, thought-proving, transformative, self-guided healing journey where you'll learn how to jump to higher timelines and easily make your dreams come true.
Author: Ed Starkey
Category: Biography & Autobiography
View: 4511"Frank 'O' Blue Eyes' Sinatra in the fifties and sixties is the explosive, explicitly profane story of one of the most venerated entertainers of our time. The year 1950 is a time of extreme emotional turmoil for the beleaguered Sinatra. His plunge from the epitome of popularity is highly attributed to his clandestine affair with beautiful actress Ava Gardner. As a result, his TV show, personal appearances, recording sessions and movie audience attendance suffer greatly. His highly publicized separation and eventual divorce from wife Nancy leads to a tempestuous two-year marriage to the ravishing Ava. While Frank is unable to solve Ava's quintessence, he can never get over his profound, unyielding love for her. She remains the girl of his dreams. Following his motion picture Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in the film "From Here To Eternity" in 1954, his career resurges to new and even greater heights. His ill-fated marriage to rising star Mia Farrow who is 30 years younger and is called a "hippie" and "flower girl" results in a roller coaster ride ending after only two tumultuous years. Join with Frank as he once again journeys to the top of the entertainment world, accompanied by the fabled "Rat Pack," consisting of Dean martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, Joey Bishop, Shirley MacLaine and several others. Frank is highly responsible for the election of President John Kennedy. This story is told in first person by Marty tanner - one of FrankSinatra's close associates.
Author: Clayton M. Spradley
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
View: 5284This autobiography tells the story of the life of Clayton M. Spradley, including early factors in his life which enabled him to acquire and sustain a career as a Federal Agent. Coming from humble beginnings he worked aggressively from an early age and developed characteristics which enabled him to qualify for his various law enforcement positions. His dedication helped earn him the rank of Eagle Scout, and assisted in developing into an excellent athlete. After graduating from Florida State University with a major in Criminology, he became a civilian Special Agent with The Office of Naval Intelligence (now NCIS). He writes of his experiences raising a family with four children and of his year tour in Vietnam as a civilian Agent. He then transferred into the United States Secret Service and served on protective assignments with five U.S. Presidents. During his Secret Service career he was directly involved in thwarting an attempted assassination on the life of President Gerald Ford. He was also active in the United States Coast Guard Reserve with an Intelligence Designator and obtained the rank of Lieutenant Commander. After retirement from federal law enforcement, he served as the Emergency Management Coordinator in the South Carolina Governor's Office and was later appointed Chief of the South Carolina Bureau of Protective Services. This book describes his exploits.