A riveting new fantasy, perfect for adults or teens from a bestselling author.
Sara’s life is drastically changed the moment a convoy of horse-drawn caravans enters the quiet Reidenburgerstrasse in Germany, where she lives with the people she thinks are her parents. Sara doesn’t know that her parents found her in a basket on their doorstep thirteen years earlier. Neither does she know that she is a gypsy or that she is going to be the greatest sorceress who has ever lived. Soon Sara will discover a magical world she never knew existed and go on a journey that she knows will cost her dearly.
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When marketing student Penny Taylor gets stood up by her boyfriend, she runs into a stranger who is handsome, mysterious, and – as she learns the next day – her professor. The naïve, shy Penny is shocked to realize she wants him, even if he is completely off limits.
Professor Hunter wants her too. He came to the university for a fresh start, to escape the darkness of his past. And he’s never felt lighter than when he’s with her. Even though she’s his student, he can’t resist her sweet yet fiery charm.
It’s only a matter of time before the excitement, danger, and mystery surrounding Professor Hunter brings Penny to her knees.
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This book vividly brings to life 50 years of leadership and life lessons, told in a compelling and sometimes very personal way. A master storyteller, the author does this in 24 easily digestible chapters, starting with “character,” the basic building block for all great leaders. From there, he addresses the importance of trust, four different methods of mentoring, delivering under pressure, setting organizational expectations, breaking down cultural barriers, effective communications, leaving a legacy, risk management, and many more topics that have everyday application for all of us.
Widely acclaimed by dozens of corporate leaders and senior military leaders, he has the unique ability to connect to readers through storytelling and takeaways that anyone can then apply: in the corporate world, the non-profit community, or simply in your everyday life. Two bonus appendixes are included that are tools he personally used as a senior leader in the military: his “Philosophy of Command” — time tested over 30 years — and a self-reflection on himself as a leader titled “Whelden on Whelden.”
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The Family Letter: How to Intentionally Develop a Culture of Honor, Encouragement & Value with Your Loved Ones
There is a deep longing in our hearts to be known, loved and celebrated. We want to know what value and uniqueness our life brings to this world. Unfortunately, due to the busyness of life and the impact of social media, we have lost the power of communicating those life-giving words that literally can fill the void in our hearts and our thirsty souls.
If you want to learn how to intentionally develop a culture of honor, encouragement and value with your loved ones, The Family Letter will equip you with a proven method that is both simple and powerful. It is filled with practical steps and strategies to help you understand the power of your words and will help you release them into the hearts and lives of your family and other significant relationships. The Family Letter has become a tradition in our home, and we have witnessed the transforming impact that it has had on our children, our marriage and other significant relationships in our lives. Speak life and you can change a life. It’s never too late! Creating legacy and the richness of empowering another person’s life is all found in the contents of The Family Letter.
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An exciting human documentary taking place in France during the Holocaust
Little Paulette is an excellent pupil, surrounded by a loving family. But one day she is suddenly forced to confront the cruel reality of the Holocaust, together with the rest of French Jewry. Paulette is forced to separate from her family, and as a result, abandoned by her father. But despite her difficult and shocking life experiences, she remains naïve and optimistic, holding on to her thirst for life even in the darkest hours.
An authentic and moving life story
I Love You My Child, I’m Abandoning You is an exciting human documentary, taking place in France during the Holocaust. It honors the memory of the French Jews who perished in the Second World War, while simultaneously giving voice the persistent will to live, and the strength and bravery that characterize those who survived and gave rise to the future generations of the Jewish people.