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Rhonda Layton hadn't realized she was ready for motherhood until she was looking into the eyes of her stepson, Keelan. Since then, every day has been an adventure and a true blessing in her life. In this parenting memoir, Rhonda shares her story, starting when she first met this special little boy. Each chapter of her work is prefaced with a -Hey, Mommy- quote from her younger son, Jackson. Jacksonisms, as Rhonda calls them, can be hilarious or deeply profound. They are always exactly what she needs to hear. Rhonda uses these pearls of wisdom as introductions for the different areas of her life, from meeting her future husband to planning out their lives together. Keelan and Jackson are right by her side, patiently showing her how to be the parent they need. Rhonda's memoir doesn't focus on what she teaches her children; instead, it highlights what her children teach her about life, perseverance, hope, love, and happiness. She shares how her family inspired her to stop a career she hated and follow her true passions. As Jackson says, -Hey, Mommy, you're awesome. Every time you do something awesome, you should say, 'I just mommed that!'-
'Waiting for The Sun' is the sequel to 'Hasten The Day'. Five years after the collapse and breakup of the United States of America, new nations arise and compete amid the ruins of a superpower.
After the Rains is an adventurous, dramatic coming of age novel set in post-colonial Rhodesia that parallels the coming of age of fictional Jayne Cameron with that of post-colonial Rhodesia as it morphs into the free Zimbabwe.
When the Apache wars ended in the late nineteenth century, a harsh and harrowing time began for the Western Apache people. Living under the authority of nervous Indian agents, pitiless government-school officials, and menacing mounted police, they knew that resistance to American authority would be foolish. But some Apache families did resist in the most basic way they could: they resolved to endure. Although Apache history has inspired numerous works by non-Indian authors, Apache people themselves have been reluctant to comment at length on their own past. Eva Tulene Watt, born in 1913, now shares the story of her family from the time of the Apache wars to the modern era. Her narrative presents a view of history that differs fundamentally from conventional approaches, which have almost nothing to say about the daily lives of Apache men and women, their values and social practices, and the singular abilities that enabled them to survive. In a voice that is spare, factual, and unflinchingly direct, Mrs. Watt reveals how the Western Apaches carried on in the face of poverty, hardship, and disease. Her interpretation of her people’s past is a diverse assemblage of recounted events, biographical sketches, and cultural descriptions that bring to life a vanished time and the men and women who lived it to the fullest. We share her and her family’s travels and troubles. We learn how the Apache people struggled daily to find work, shelter, food, health, laughter, solace, and everything else that people in any community seek. Richly illustrated with more than 50 photographs, Don’t Let the Sun Step Over You is a rare and remarkable book that affords a view of the past that few have seen before—a wholly Apache view, unsettling yet uplifting, which weighs upon the mind and educates the heart.
Cricket Creek, Kentucky, is a sweet small town. But that doesn’t stop a tomboy breakfast cook and a tabloid-magnet musician from getting into a little trouble together.... Mattie Mayfield is more interested in fishing, four-wheeling, and mudding than being a girlie girl. But acting like one of the boys means she often gets ignored when it comes to romance—especially by Colby, her brother’s best friend. Maybe if she changes the game, she’ll finally start getting some attention. Bad boy musician Garret Ruleman doesn’t fit in with the crowd in Cricket Creek, but there’s something about sweet, unassuming Mattie that catches his eye. Garret intends to ask her out, but all Mattie wants is for Garret to give her a makeover that will force Colby to see her as a real woman. Garret agrees to help in return for lessons on how to become a Southern stud. And as the local girls start falling for the newly countrified Garret, Mattie wonders if in the end, they’d actually be perfect together.…
An African-American family is united in love and pride as they struggle to overcome poverty and harsh living conditions, in the award-winning 1959 play about an embattled Chicago family

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