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A moving love story inspired by a true story and perfect for fans of The Help In a time of hate, would you stand up for love? Shalerville, Kentucky, 1939. A world where black maids and handymen are trusted to raise white children and tend to white houses, but from which they are banished after dark. Sixteen-year-old Isabelle McAllister, born into wealth and privilege, finds her ordered life turned upside down when she becomes attracted to Robert, the ambitious black son of her family’s housekeeper. Before long Isabelle and Robert are crossing extraordinary, dangerous boundaries and falling deeply in love. Many years later, eighty-nine-year-old Isabelle will travel from her home in Arlington, Texas, to Ohio for a funeral. With Isabelle is her hairstylist and friend, Dorrie Curtis – a black single mother with her own problems. Along the way, Isabelle will finally reveal to Dorrie the truth of her painful past: a tale of forbidden love, the consequences of which will resound for decades . . . ‘If Julie Kibler's novel Calling Me Home were a young woman, her grandmother would be To Kill a Mockingbird, her sister would be The Help and her cousin would be The Notebook. But even with such iconic relatives, Calling Me Home stands on her own’ Wiley Cash, New York Times bestselling author of A Land More Kind Than Home ‘Julie Kibler’s writing is so wise and assured. I laughed out loud in places and had tears in my eyes as I turned the last page’ Diane Chamberlain 'If you liked The Help by Kathryn Stockett, you’ll absolutely love Calling Me Home' Red magazine
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Silent Anger is a book based and rooted in the time period directly after slavery. A well told defined true story, dark secrets, and events hidden by a family for generations. These events are not what we have been told by history. The Color Purple and Roots have given the world a picture of a people, but for my family the picture is framed very differently. For each injustice against my ancestors they returned it with their own justice, an eye for an eye. Yes, they were the help and cheap labor, but they all could read and write; they were proud and well versed.
Since the publication of the first volume of “In Search of the Lost”, Volume Two, still the poems in this work are a humble attempt to explore our human search for meaning and purpose. We hope you enjoy the poems in Volume Two. We believe both works should be explored together. Included in the Second Volume of “In Search of the Lost”, by Emily Jane Elliott and Jeffrey Eugene Elliott are four poems originally included in the First Volume of “In Search of the Lost”. The four poems from the first volume also included in this volume are, Streets of Fire, Gauisus Dia, Heaven Descends to Dwell, Amelia and Memories. Additionally, the poem, “Search” was added upon from the version found in Volume One. We hope that you enjoy Volume Two as much as readers indicated they enjoyed Volume One. This poetry is dedicated to Owen, Ryder, Matthew and Trace with great love and pride.
Robbed They ask me how I feel I keep all in, instead I rather lie But the truth comes out and robs me Of all good Sadness fills my mind After all these years I still can’t get a witness. Run Away I figure if I could just run away from everybody and start over again things will change all people remember is my hopeless dreams I want to go here I want to move there I like this I want that is what everybody hear so she dream...... hope-in they’ll come to fruition deep down in side she want’s to run away.... run way..... from the pain that has grown deep with in.
Did you take the right turn? Only you can answer that question. This book is about the journey taken, which many people will also take during their lifetime. The question in life is, “Who am I, and where am I going?” The apostle Paul made many journeys but did not always make the right turn. In all of his adversity, God still produced His divine will. So if we made the wrong turn, God would still have accomplished His will in spite of me. The question for all of us is are we willing to get out of our comfort zone. Is it our way or God’s way? When we end this life, will He say, “Well done, thou good and faithful servant”?

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