New Beginnings

Author: Anita Ganeri
Publisher: Evans Brothers
ISBN: 9780237528423
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Looking at how birth is celebrated in various cultures, ancient and modern, naming ceremonies and legends around the births of famous figures such as Christ, the Buddha and Krishna, this book is one of a series that looks at the rites of passage in a person's life and how they are celebrated or commemorated in different cultures. It also includes information on superstitions, paraphanalia, and stories and legends associated with birth.

Bioweapon

Author: J.K. Bowden
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477159800
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In the world of tomorrow peace reigns: but at a terrible price. The internet now binds people in a state of unified progress, achieved through a microchipped population who have been united in the face of destruction, and bent to the will of an insidious secret society who control every inch of the planet from the shadows. Those who have rejected the all-powerful New World Order are forced to flee to the most unliveable parts of the Earth, and are branded as rebels and secretly hunted to extinction. Their only hope lies in the incredible scientists who are at the forefront of the rebellion, and the deadly bioweapons they create. Meanwhile, Leah Sudeski, a London based private journalist, stumbles onto some shocking evidence that changes everything she has ever known about the peaceful' society she was born and raised in. Desperate for the truth she begins an impossible mission, aided by the rebels, in order to bring Truth and Freedom back to humanity.

The Queen Of New Beginnings

Author: Erica James
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1402253176
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What happens when your best hope for the future is through the past? Voice-over artist Alice avoids telling the truth. It's not lying, exactly, and the freedom of reinvention makes those tough years in the past a little easier to bear. So when she meets writer Clayton Miller, she recognizes the suspicious signs of someone who wants to shrug off his old life. Untangling the web of secrets they've constructed creates an unlikely friendship-until Alice discovers that Clayton has betrayed her in the worst possible way. The author of fifteen international bestsellers, Erica James deftly explores infidelity, bereavement, and the bonds of family with a sparkling voice that will resonate long after the book is finished. Praise for Erica James "Intense, compelling stuff." -OK! magazine "The author writes with a sturdy, feel-good optimism." -Sunday Times "It is a captivating read: beautifully written." -Daily Telegraph "You know you have made it as a storyteller writer when readers simply cannot put your book down...Erica James has this page-turning ability in abundance...I wouldn't have thought this writer could get any better, but she has!" -Welsh Country

New Beginnings A Selection Of Short Stories

Author: Adele Parks
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1472230566
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Adele Parks, the Sunday Times bestselling author of THE STATE WE'RE IN and WHATEVER IT TAKES, draws together some of her most popular short stories in a collection that will delight existing and new fans alike, and appeal to readers of Lisa Jewell and Jojo Moyes. When your love life throws you a curve ball, sometimes you just have to pick yourself up and start over. Adele Parks, with her trademark, up-front, tell-it-as-it-is style, gets right to the heart of the dilemmas real women - and men - face in their lives. NEW BEGINNINGS is the third of four deliciously insightful e-short story collections about the changing face of love - and what happens after 'happily ever after'. ***Includes a preview of Adele's emotionally powerful and dramatic new contemporary novel.***

New Beginnings

Author: Johanna Nield
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0956451020
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Tasha loves Jamie. Jamie loves Helen, his wife. In fact he absolutely adores her. He loves his daughter, Beth, too. Well, a girl can look, can't she? When Helen dies in a car crash, the question arises again: can she look now? Jamie is consumed by grief. This is a delicate situation. Jamie is in torment. If Helen was a saint in Jamie's eyes before, she is so much more now. Maybe Tasha should go for Darren instead.

New Beginnings

Author: Faith Bonyak
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
ISBN: 1618970828
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New Beginnings: A Bipolar's Journey to Regain Her God-Given Identity presents a bird's-eye view of the author's life. Faith Bonyak penned this memoir over a seven-year period as an overview of her life dealing with bipolar and borderline personality disorder, before there was a name for it. The first part of the book is about all the different identities I lived under to help myself deal with the issues I was undergoing. The final part is the journey to my New Beginning. It is all the things I've learned along the way to help me see what God really had planned for me. Faith's story was written to help others overcome what she has experienced. I wanted to show others that you can lead a normal life and have this disorder. I want to be open and honest about how this disorder affects me on a daily basis and how I make my marriage and parenting work, even with the limitations it provides to me. Once again, I want to show others like me that they're not alone! I've been in their shoes when I've been manic. I understand the physical pain the cycle of depression brings.This is not something to be ashamed of, and it's something that can be treated if they let themselves get the help that is out there.

New Beginnings

Author: Earl Cornell Johnson
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 059535470X
Size: 58.10 MB
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New Beginnings

Author: Heather Innes
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291068481
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Autobiography, anthology of poetry and prose and some "thoughts for the day" from radio scripts. Illustrated with nearly 50 photographs. "New Beginnings" will appeal to readers who like autobiography, folk music, cats, poetry, Christian Testimony, travel, good writing.

New Beginnings

Author: Julie A. Witt
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 146202260X
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Are the end times upon us? The signs may be all around us, visible to those who are looking: outbreaks of horrific diseases, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, monsoons, hurricanes, crime and lawlessness, a lack of compassion for others, fallen religions, corrupt governments, and the general degradation of society. In a world growing increasingly less safe and certain, one woman steps up to make a difference, one lost soul at a time. Cathy Burrows knows what it’s like to be alone in the world. At the age of five, she was orphaned. She was eventually adopted and raised by an older couple. Then, for the second time in her life, she loses her parents. After her adoptive parents pass away, Cathy decides to open her ranch to anyone looking for a safe haven. She creates a place far from the rampant lawlessness of the land and the diseases that are killing hundreds of thousands of people. Little does she know that, in so doing, her life will be transformed, bringing her more joy than she ever thought possible.

New Beginnings

Author: Hagit Lavsky
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814330098
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A sociohistorical analysis of the construction of Jewish life and national identity in post-Holocaust Germany.