Every Now And Then

Author: Cathy Young
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452010773
Size: 52.14 MB
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Every Now And Then. This poetic literature expresses lyrical passion, joy, wisdom, tears of sorrow, pain and much more. It’s from the heart of a heartfelt author and artist. She’s studied and devoted most of her years and time writing, which is something she has a passion for doing. She’s used her imagination and life experiences to create something beautiful. This book, as well as the other books she’s written, are every bit of general, supernatural, religious, family relational and tell many stories in poetry form, from different points of view. So when you pick up this book or any of the other books, be prepared to enjoy them as much as I did. I hope that every poem and verse that’s written would enrich your life.

Every Now And Then

Author: Karen Kingsbury
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310296234
Size: 59.11 MB
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Every Now And Then. A wall went up around Alex Brady’s heart when his father, a New York firefighter, died in the Twin Towers. Turning his back on the only woman he ever loved, Alex shut out all the people who cared about him to concentrate on fighting crime. He and his trusty K9 partner, Bo, are determined to eliminate evil in the world and prevent tragedies like 9-11. Then the worst fire season in California’s history erupts, and Alex faces the ultimate challenge to protect the community he serves. An environmental terrorist group is targeting the plush Oak Canyon Estates. At the risk of losing his job, and his soul, Alex is determined to infiltrate the group and put an end to their corruption. Only the friendship of Clay and Jamie Michaels—and the love of a dedicated young woman—can help Alex drop the walls around his heart and move forward into the future God has for him.

Every Now And Then

Author: Lisa Land Cooper
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781519234735
Size: 75.35 MB
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Every Now And Then. Finally! A large section of Lisa Land Cooper's research in book form! Here you find 140 of Lisa's weekly columns featured in the Douglas County Sentinel regarding local history. Topics revolve around the history of Douglas County, Georgia and the surrounding area including a bit of Atlanta history. Topics include old Campbell County, the lost town of Campbellton, the Sweetwater Park Hotel, the Piedmont Chautauqua, the founding of Douglas County and the city of Douglasville, plus much more.This book is not intended to be a complete history, but does represent a large slice of Lisa Land Cooper's research over the last six years. The book will become a handy resource for local history buffs as well as genealogists.The book includes a detailed index including names of people, places, streets, and businesses, the columns are arranged in chronological order, and 30 images are provided.Lisa Land Cooper states in the book's introduction, "At this point it was it was becoming a bit overwhelming for me to remember what I had published within the columns and what still "lived" within my notes, so I decided to publish the early columns with a detailed index, so I could have all of the early columns in one easy place to search. My work to find more pieces of the puzzle is ongoing."

Indochina Now And Then

Author: George Fetherling
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459700635
Size: 48.85 MB
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Indochina Now And Then. Follow George Fetherling as he travels through Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia looking for any remaining traces of the Indochina that was. In Indochina Now and Then, George Fetherling recounts multiple journeys through Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, keeping an eye peeled and an ear cocked for whatever faint traces of French rule might remain. While doing so he searches diligently in village markets, curio shops, and rubbish bins, not to mention bookstalls along the Seine in Paris, for early picture postcards of Southeast Asia, the sort that native Frenchmen and Frenchwomen sent home to Europe. The book is illustrated with 60 such images, most of them taken before the First World War. They evoke vanished ways of life in these exotic "lands of charm and cruelty" that have survived the wars and turmoil of the late 20th century to emerge, smiling enigmatically, as the friendly face of free-market socialism. In its prose and pictures, Indochina Now and Then is a travel narrative that will leave an indelible impression in the reader’s imagination.