Spoken Soul

Here, go now I'm tired of people knocking At my door begging all day long Do they have a job? ... Scandalous trifling butt and get your own Because my house ain't no grocery store Knock, knock, knock, Oh boy Here we go again Who is it?

Spoken Soul

The book Spoke Soul Speak personally on life itself. Spoke soul is the best yet. It speaks on political aspects of as well as spiritual. It talks about everyday happenings. Spoken Souls speaks directly to ones heart and make you think. Its a book you and your family will Enjoy through out the years to come andit will fill your heart with joy, Make you cry and makeyou laugh. Spoken soul is a book of poetry that Will inspire you in every aspect in life whether youre going through rough Times or even if times are good spoken soul will make you feel good and will Touch your soul, thats why its called spoken soul because it speaks to ones Soul and bring out the best in ones heart and mind.

Sanctuary Catch

“Sheeeeit, here we go again.” Knock, knock. “Who could that be Rrr ... I mean Hasbro?” “Ya askin me?” “Yeah! I'm askin you, ya big lug; answer the door or portal or whatever.” “Hello, welcome neighbors!” “Mattell, we got a whole bunch ...

Sanctuary Catch

Refuge has a type of magnetic energy that pulls a certain type of person to its safe haven. For these, there is no other safe place on Earth. The people called to Refuge are special for one reason or another and do not fit anywhere else in the world. Misfits? Perhaps, or maybe just misunderstood humans whove been lost beneath the unforgiving umbrella we call normal. Its a place for doctors who have performed medically assisted suicide and were about to be incarcerated for their beliefs. A journalist might end up in Refuge because he wouldnt reveal his sources and was bound for prison. A police officer that used his weapon justly in the line of duty might avoid an unjust prison sentence by living in Refuge. However, there are others, too. Some were born with the ability to use a greater portion of their brain than others. Some were born with enhanced abilities due to a drug administered in vitro. Finally, certain residents have experimented with the occultblack or white in their dabbling. Difficult to find, Refuge seems like any other rural village in Nevada until you meet its mysterious citizens.

Knock Knock Knock On Wood

So, let's go. What we came out with that night was something truly special. Nothing like what the Falcons had done in the past: nothing much like ... It's like I don't remember many people calling doo-wop by that term back in the 1950s.

Knock  Knock  Knock  On Wood

Known for the classics "Knock on Wood," "634-5789," "Raise Your Hand," "Big Bird," and "I've Never Found a Girl (To Love Me Like You Do)," among others, Eddie Floyd's career as a soul legend spans over sixty years. His professional singing career began in Detroit in the 1950s as a founding member of the Falcons, considered "The First Soul Group." A solo artist and songwriter for Memphis's famed Stax Records from 1966 until 1975, Floyd has subsequently been the singer for the Blues Brothers Band and for Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, while continuing to perform and record solo. In Knock! Knock! Knock! On Wood, Floyd recounts how a three-year stint in an Alabama reform school shaped his young life; recalls the early years of R&B in Detroit alongside future Motown and Stax legends; discusses the songwriting sessions with Steve Cropper and Booker T. Jones that produced his biggest hits; addresses his complicated life-long relationship with the often-unpredictable Wilson Pickett; shares his memories of friend Otis Redding; reveals his unlikely involvement in the rise of southern rock darlings Lynyrd Skynyrd; and offers an insider perspective on the tragic downfall of Stax Records. With input from Bruce Springsteen, Bill Wyman, Paul Young, William Bell, Steve Cropper, and others, Knock! Knock! Knock! On Wood captures Eddie's tireless work ethic and warm personality for an engrossing first-hand account of one of the last true soul survivors.

Here We Go Again Knock Knock

A funny twist on word association to stir up the minds of your family and friends everywhere - Knock, knock, who's there?

Here We Go Again  Knock  Knock

A funny twist on word association to stir up the minds of your family and friends everywhere - Knock, knock, who's there? Life. Life who?... Life may be short, but it's never boring! A great read for young minds to encourage their reading journey.

The Day I Met Myself

They sat in Candy's driveway to see what Pam was going to say. “Oh Lord, here we go again,” Jack said. Knock. Knock. “Who is it?” Candy yelled. “You know damn well who this is.” Pam stayed in the car until Jack waved for her to come on.

The Day I Met Myself

Candy was a young rich woman who tries to use her beauty and sex to come between her neighbor’s marriage. Jack and Pam Smith has been married for twenty five years. Pam refuse to give Jack up after finding out about the affair. Candy became pregnant telling Jack that he was the father of the children. But later finds out the children belongs to Tom, who is Candy’s ex-boyfriend. Pam gets involved with a co-worker name David, thinking that would help her find out who she really was, and try to get her self esteem back. Later Pam became pregnant. After finding out the baby is her husband’s, she breaks off the affair with David

Roses at Dawn in an Ice Age World

"OK, here we go again!" I replied. "Knock, knock! Sylvia opens the door. I present Heather! I state my reason." I turned to Ushi. "Give me a rational scenario for her closing the door on us. Can you think of a real valid reason for ...

Roses at Dawn in an Ice Age World

Mankind is the child of the Ice Age. Our more than 2-million-year history extends through the entire Pleistocene Ice Age Epoch. We were shaped by the need to be creative to survive, and still are. Now that our warm interglacial epoch is nearly over, we find ourselves challenged to be creative once again as the global agriculture and with it our food-supply will be radically diminished once we get back into the Ice Age World. Can we protect our agriculture in indoor facilities? That sounds like science fiction, right? It will take a hundred years to do it. But will we upgrade our human dimension to do it, especially in the way we relate to one-another as human beings? We are deeply divided to the very grassroots social level, and isolated. The needed Ice Age Renaissance requires a taller foundation. The novel explores the countless dimensions that are involved in breaking the ice in our social domain, at the level of sexual and marital division and isolation, towards becoming sublime as human beings. The great renaissance principles of universal love and of the advantage of the other are threaded through the story, putting a new light on sex and marriage relationships and expanding them into the universal dimension. This novel is Episode 2B of the science fantasy series, The Lodging for the Rose, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche.

Crawford s Affair Act 2 Love Scenes

He returned to the table and ate, trying to pack down at least one of the sandwiches before—Knock knock. Here we go again. “Get on in here. ... Walter stared at the round, flat booty going through the pale yellow fridge.

Crawford s Affair  Act 2   Love Scenes

Crawford Manor. Once vibrant with life. Once the nexus of West Umpton’s elite. Now a hollow home. One where Horatio Crawford and his family live very separate lives. But seasons change. Horatio dedicates the summer to reclaiming glory. He reopens the manor. And plans for the months to culminate in a memorial. For a daughter forgotten by her children. Unfortunately, a restlessness stirs the air. Hearts ignite. And with new passions comes scandal. Diverse romances. Adventurously lyrical prose. Crawford’s Affair celebrates the comedy of manners with off-beat humor and a nod to Mrs. Dalloway. Brimming with wit and soul. Escape into this artfully entertaining romp.

Crawford s Affair

He returned to the table and ate, trying to pack down at least one of the sandwiches before—Knock knock. Here we go again. ... You ain't no guest no mo'.” Walter stared at the round, flat booty going through the pale yellow fridge.

Crawford s Affair

Crawford Manor. Once vibrant with life. Once the nexus of West Umpton’s elite. Now a hollow home. One where Horatio Crawford and his family live very separate lives. But seasons change. Horatio dedicates the summer to reclaiming glory. He reopens the manor. And plans for the months to culminate in a memorial. For a daughter forgotten by her children. Unfortunately, a restlessness stirs the air. Hearts ignite. And with new passions comes scandal. Diverse romances. Adventurously lyrical prose. Crawford’s Affair celebrates the comedy of manners with off-beat humor and a nod to Mrs. Dalloway. Brimming with wit and soul. Escape into this artfully entertaining romp.

Playas Club

“Same here” Nicole noticed that Joey couldn't take his eyes off of Traci. “Excuse me Joey, but where is your father?” Nicole asked. “He in the back.” “Come on, Traci let's go to the back so you can meet my boss.” Knock! Knock! “Come in.

Playas Club


Knock Back

She crunched and squelched under my Size 7 foot and I thought – bloody great – here we go again! Amy screamed, Mum yelled up the stairs and Dad groaned . . . and I reckoned I'd be back in Knockmore before you could say 'Chris the Priss!

Knock Back

What happens when you find answers to questions you never even asked? When Ben discovers he is adopted, he is determined to find out who his ‘real’ family are – but why does he want to be ‘committed’ to Knockmore, a residential farm for ‘troubled teens’? What does he hope to learn there? The Knockmore experience turns out to be more than he bargained for. Amid cows, rescued horses and random hens, Ben finds some unlikely friends – lovely but moody Lauren, explosive rebellious Frank and mysterious silent Heath. Together, they teach him that the world doesn’t owe him any favours. Then Ben stumbles upon a startling fact and realises that Knockmore has secrets of its own – dangerous ones. In trying to uncover them, Ben may also unlock the secrets of his past – and find out not only who he is but who he can become.

Finding Forever

PM Sierra Drive • TWIN OAKS, CA Knock, knock. Brooklyn groaned. Knock, knock ... She had told her mom at least a thousand times that it was bad luck for her to answer after just three knocks. She needed four. Knock ... Here we go again.

Finding Forever

In this YA series, Brooklyn Brant is a celebrity news blogger dying to have her big break. Her blog, Deadline Diaries, features the clickbait hook-ups, break-ups, and screw-ups of the Hollywood glitterati, but she has yet to nab the one juicy scoop that will establish her as the ultimate insider. Actress Taylor Prince is America's sweetheart—beautiful, talented, successful, and sober. With a Golden Globe win, Oscar nom, clothing and fragrance line, and too many magazine covers to count, Taylor is ready to celebrate her sixteenth birthday with a big poolside bash. However, she is not prepared for a police raid and blacking out in the arms of a dangerously handsome stranger. Brooklyn is called by Taylor's assistant to locate the missing starlet under the radar and on a very tight deadline. And she will need both her sleuthing and journalistic skills to solve the mystery and get the story of a lifetime. In this suspenseful, dual narrative thriller alternating between the perspectives of Brooklyn and Taylor, author Ken Baker uses his in-depth experience with celebrity journalism and behind-the-scenes truths to explore the ugly underbelly of Hollywood's obsession with finding the ever elusive fountain of youth. [Excerpt:] “Sources are to a news-breaking blogger what water is to a plant: Everything but the sun.”

Sundays with Sister Ssj

In December of 1996, I knocked on Sister's door. “Knock...knock-knockknockknockknock-knock” “Come in, Anthony. ... Here we go again, I thought as Sister took her usual slow and methodical time to open her present so that she could ...

Sundays with Sister Ssj

The story Sundays with Sister ssj shines a light on a nun who left an indelible impression on everyone she touched especially a second grade student who 47 years later , at 54 years old met her every Sunday for an hour without a miss lasting 7 1⁄2 years. His Sunday visits always revealed Sisters unique personality. It also uncovered unique stories like meeting a Mensa Whore for lunch, A wild car ride in winter with two Carmelite nuns, The story of a nun who mothered 125 babies while living in the convent and the back story of why she became a nun; Intimidating the general manager of a cable company to hook up cable at the convent so nuns could watch Pope Paul 11 visit to the United States in 1993, Meeting a mannequin nun and her “trick” ruler, Watch what happens when a Carmelite monk meets a 104 year old nun, Read about Sisters flying friend a parakeet named Jose’, Find out what scared all the nuns that was in the field surrounding the convent Learn about Sisters two brothers who, at the age of 20 in 1920, walked from their home in Erie, Pennsylvania to California pushing a cart with utensils and a two man tent, then living in that tent for ten years with a cat called Felix....Plus many other true stories that are fun to read.

A Guy Walks Into A Bar

“I had trouble getting the tailgate open. I didn't want to break a nail!” What does a blonde say when she sees a banana peel on the floor? “Here we go again.” Blonde in bar: “Have you heard my knock-knock joke?” Brunette in bar: “No.

A Guy Walks Into A Bar

Did you hear the one about the bartender and the rabbi? If not, you'll find it in this delightful book along with hundreds of other jokes and funny stories about the denizens of bars, pubs, and watering holes everywhere. Featuring classic stories and wisecracks along with brand-new jokes, A Guy Walks Into a Bar will reduce you, your friends, and your family to tears of laughter. Michael Lewis has gathered a wide range of the very best and funniest bar jokes, riddles, anecdotes, and quotations in this rib-tickling (and thirst-inducing) collection. Sure to be a favorite of tipplers of all stripes and the teetotalers who drive them home, the book also includes bar bets, games, tricks, trivia, and more. Featuring classic "bartoons" at the opening of each chapter, A Guy Walks Into a Bar is the perfect party takealong or barside companion, deserving pride of place next to your cocktail shaker and jar of olives.

Wasps

... you think she's got enough to do eda She is not overworked oney You dont reckon ? eda In this country they dont know what hard work is oney Here we go again - ( Singing ) Deutschland , Deutschland Uber Alles " - I say , I say Knock ...

Wasps

“WASPS” SYNOPSIS Traffic wardens in the UK have been given the nickname “Wasps” because of the black and yellow uniform that they wear. They were given more and more of the duties that were once done by police officers so that there is now no love lost between the two. We see another day begin in the office of some big-city wardens as the cleaner goes round grumbling at the mess left. A young girl arrives who is a new warden on her first day out from Training School. One by one the others arrive : Freda, the German who keeps to herself, Maggie who sorts everyone out, Mooney a mad-as-a-hatter part-time comedienne, Belle who spends her time fixing her make-up just in case she “pulls”, Octavia the well-spoken one who used to be a small-time opera singer and finally Pearl, the really odd one who seldom says a word but puts all her emotions into caring for her beloved feral pigeons. Sue is put through a comic initiation ceremony to show her what the public are really like before she goes out with each warden in turn and sees their different ways of doing or not doing the job. In the second act they assemble for lunch before being told to stay in for the afternoon as the powers that be have decided to interview them all for the position of Senior Warden. While they wait they decide to hold an impromptu birthday party for Pearl and they each manage to produce small presents for her. At the end of the play a present is found which has been left over and when Pearl opens the box she finds something inside that she didn’t want to find which throws her over the edge. “WASPS” SYNOPSIS Traffic wardens in the UK have been given the nickname “Wasps” because of the black and yellow uniform that they wear. They were given more and more of the duties that were once done by police officers so that there is now no love lost between the two. We see another day begin in the office of some big-city wardens as the cleaner goes round grumbling at the mess left. A young girl arrives who is a new warden on her first day out from Training School. One by one the others arrive : Freda, the German who keeps to herself, Maggie who sorts everyone out, Mooney a mad-as-a-hatter part-time comedienne, Belle who spends her time fixing her make-up just in case she “pulls”, Octavia the well-spoken one who used to be a small-time opera singer and finally Pearl, the really odd one who seldom says a word but puts all her emotions into caring for her beloved feral pigeons. Sue is put through a comic initiation ceremony to show her what the public are really like before she goes out with each warden in turn and sees their different ways of doing or not doing the job. In the second act they assemble for lunch before being told to stay in for the afternoon as the powers that be have decided to interview them all for the position of Senior Warden. While they wait they decide to hold an impromptu birthday party for Pearl and they each manage to produce small presents for her. At the end of the play a present is found which has been left over and when Pearl opens the box she finds something inside that she didn’t want to find which throws her over the edge.

theMystery doc

Are you ready? Here we go again! Herewe-go-a-round-begin! up off the bed. Stop crying. Kneel down and beg yes now crawl ... and then there came a loud knock-knock-knockingknocking at the door: ARE YOU IN THERE, MATE, OPEN THE DOOR!

theMystery doc

“A vast, beguiling...postmodern novel of ideas, misread intentions, and robots, told in words, pictures, symbols, and even blank pages” by the author of Well (Kirkus). Rooted in the western United States in the decade after 9/11, Matthew McIntosh’s epic and elliptical novel follows a young writer and his wife as he attempts to write the follow-up to his first novel. He desperately searches for a form that will express the world as it has become, even as it continually shifts all around him. Pop-up ads, search results, web chats, snippets of conversation, lines of code, and film and television stills mix with alchemical manuscripts, classical works of literature—and the story of a man who wakes up one morning having lost his memory. His only clue to his own identity is a single blank document on his computer called theMystery.doc. From text messages to The Divine Comedy, first love to artificial intelligence, the book explores what makes us human—the stories we tell, the memories we hold on to, the memories we lose—and the relationships that give our lives meaning. Part love story, part memoir, part documentary, part existential whodunit, theMystery.doc is a modern epic about the quest to find something lasting in a world where everything—and everyone—is in danger of slipping away. “McIntosh is a slacker Proust, writing about the underclass of Spokane rather than the upper classes of Paris as he attempts to convert memories and experience into art...a remarkable achievement.”—Steven Moore, Washington Post

Surviving Becky s

Knocking on Maeda's head, she stated “'Knock! Knock!' Hello, is someone still in there?” Whenever Elder Maeda spoke, she interrupted him by saying “Here we go again, another crazy idea,” never allowing him to finish a thought.

Surviving Becky s

The infamous rise in characterizations of white women as Becky(s) is a modern phenomenon, different from past characterizations like the Miss Anne types. But just who embodies the Becky? Why is it important to understand, especially with regards to anti-racism and racial justice? Understanding that learning, moreover even discussing, dynamics of race and gender are oftentimes met with discomfort and emotional resistance, this creative, yet theoretical book merges social science analyses with literary short stories as a way to more effectively teach about the impact of whiteness and gender. Additionally, the book includes guiding questions so that readers can critically reflect on the behaviors of Becky(s) and how they impact the hope for racial harmony. Designed specifically for both educational spaces and the larger society, the author, an educational researcher and former classroom teacher, approaches the topic of race and gender, specifically whiteness and white women, in a nuanced manner. By borrowing from traditions found in critical race theory and teacher education, this book offers both counterstories and anecdotes that can help people better understand the dynamics behind race and gender.

My New Beginning

Here we go, again.” 'Well, to begin with, after you told me to ... “Oh brother, there he goes, again.” “When will I learn. ... Knock! Knock! Knock! “Oh no.” 'There's really no need for you to be so alarmed, because it must be Debra.

My New Beginning

Following my miraculous awakening and the “new me” that had actually taken form, I was startled to see the effect it had on the public persona. Consequently, immediately following my remarkable awakening and the celebration that followed thereafter, it had been brought to my attention that my life would no longer be the same as it once was. I soon learned that this was due entirely to the fact that I now possessed two particular unwanted characteristics that surprisingly caused me to be vilified by those of which I, at one time, considered to be my friends. Specifically speaking, following this unforeseen tragedy that befell me and the change of life that resulted thereafter, I was to remain with slightly impaired speech and also a slightly dysfunctional gait. Despite the fact that the overall effects that this tragic event had on my body and mind were relatively minimal, taking into account the overall essence of what had actually taken place, the actual effects that it had on my entire existence were well beyond reasoning. This was so, taking into account the ambiguous nature of that often-misconstrued term disABLED. With that in mind, I would like for the reader(s) of this forthcoming narrative to take heed to the fact that I am no longer in a catatonic state of mind and that this fortuitous event that occurred in my life, which I’ve chosen to write about, is based entirely on truth and is, therefore, entirely factual. However, before I say another syllable or utter another adjective, I would like for the reader(s) of this narrative to kindly take heed and, at the same time, pay credence to the ultimate power that the often-overgeneralized term love possesses. After all, my ultimate survival is a prime example of the veracity of the aforementioned statement.

Knock Knock Who s There

I'm going to school.” “Wait, wait, I'd better come with you,” said Jane, struggling to get off her makeshift bed and in the process knocking the ashtray onto the floor. ... She was already planning to go back and pick over the dimps.

Knock Knock  Who s There

Description This is Barbara Goulden's first novel and she hopes it injects a refreshing dose of humour into the serious business of mental illness. She knows from personal experience what a tremendous support the families and friends of sufferers can be to each other. But perhaps few people appreciate the help patients and ex-patients can also be to one another. Especially those living in the sort of rehabilitation house featured in Knock Knock, Who's There? The kind of place nobody wants in their neighbourhood.... About the Author Barbara Goulden has worked as a journalist on weekly and evening newspapers for most of the past 35 years. She still remembers the sense of relief she felt after finally being given a name for the condition which was creating such mystifying and upsetting thought patterns in a close relative. Even though the diagnosis of schizophrenia probably helped Barbara more than the relative who was actually doing battle with the illness, at least it was a starting point for gaining some understanding. She went on to join the National Schizophrenia Fellowship - now Rethink - and became one of the founding members of the Coventry group.

Knock Four Times

He struck at the second floor and the Jimmys disappeared, and there by the window, drawing back the heavy curtain with ... room round him came rushing back, its cheap and cheerful possessions spun round him crying, “Here we are again!

Knock Four Times

This, unlike most of Margaret Irwin's books, is not an historical novel. It is a peep-show at recent times, so fantastically gay that this, our London, appears as the iridescent scene of a pantomime or holiday charade. What happened behind the door at which one had to knock four times? Many wildly incongruous happenings, but chiefly an attack on other doors, the 'everlasting doors' of Prince's Gate, Queen's Gate, Emperor's Gate, to make them open wide to the rash young adventurer Dicky who had once gatecrashed them, but was resolved to 'spurn Kensington, march on Mayfair,' and conquer both the New World and the Old. How Dicky fought his way to fortune, and how Celia fought hers to freedom from behind the Gates of Kensington, by knocking four times on Dicky's door, is told in this story, which dances along as irresponsibly as a soap bubble against its brilliantly realized background, shading from the raffish to the respectable. For all its laughter and absurd situations, it is marked with the humorous sympathy and integrity that have distinguished all Margaret Irwin's work.

A Memoir of Love

Three days after I received Hazael's message saying that he was coming, he arrived. ... “Knock knock, half-pint! Can I come in?” Hazy called into the house. “Of course!” I called back as I stood from my place at ... “Here we go again.

A Memoir of Love

A post-apocalyptic world, an unlikely band of Revolutionaries, this is the memoir of their struggles and triumphs. A woman describes a refugee colony's dramatic rise to power. The governmental shift was bound to happen, the only question in the matter is who will be the leader of this new nation. Written in first person, this memoir provides an inside look at those whose lives are destined to become swallowed up and defined by political intrigue. Great men and women go through all the same trials and temptations ordinary people go through; the stakes are just much higher because everybody is watching them.