Written From The Heart is a book that reflects fifty years of a colorful life and a wonderful walk with God. Author Ron Farrow's articles from the heart bring nostalgia, humor, and inspiration to the reader as he shares his personal experiences and advice. You will be taken back in time to remember the old days and cherish memories once forgotten. Memories and experiences that will bring laughter and joy. Memories and experiences that will bring tears of sadness which we can all relate. A book that will truly make your heart smile and cry.Written From The Heart includes "Is Your Best Friend Killing You?" and "Don't Fence Me In." Best-selling author, Marjorie Holmes described them as, "Two of the finest pieces I have read by ANYBODY, anywhere! ... Both of them smooth and shining, the products of a real pro."
-- Previously published in 2008 as 'Happy Endings' -- The witty, weird and wonderful abound in this early romantic comedy by Sunday Times bestselling author Trisha Ashley. Tina Devino makes more money teaching people to write than writing herself. A middling romance novelist who dreams of penning a bestseller, she’s increasingly forced to compete with younger, blonder debut authors for her publisher and agent’s attention. Feeling forgotten, Tina realises the only way up is to take her career and destiny in hand and build her own happy ending; which is perfect because, for a romance writer, Tina isn’t the most traditional of women... Although she does see her long term partner lover friend, Sergei, once a week which is ‘quite enough, thank you very much’. But her uncomplicated love life might soon need some unravelling when a mysterious Tube Man, unwelcome ex-husband and a shadowy figure in a butterfly mask waltz into the picture. Only Tina can work through the drama and claim the life she’s always wanted... but will she succeed? Hilariously warm, quirky and feel-good, Trisha Ashley's writing is perfect for fans of romantic comedies by Milly Johnson and Jill Mansell.
In the Poetry of this book the author expresses her true experiences and events of her life with its ups and downs, her feelings and the belief in a loving and forgiving Creator who always exercises justice.
Release on 2001-10-01 | by Peggy Veljkovic,Arthur Schwartz
Young People Share Their Wisdom
Author: Peggy Veljkovic,Arthur Schwartz
Pubpsher: Templeton Foundation Press
Writing from the Heart offers us a unique window into what young people have learned about life. This collection of essays captures the values that matter most to teens—values such as love, perseverance, family, and helping others—in their own words. As the young writers reflect on their own experience, readers of all ages will be inspired by their wisdom and hope.From Chattanooga to China, these essays are all extraordinary. They not only celebrate the accomplishments of the young writers, but also offer an opportunity to peer into the hearts and minds of young people around the world. Readers may be amazed at some of the hardships that these teens have faced, but will have a deep sense of optimism for our future. In addition, they inspire us to make the most of our lives as well.
SHE COULD READ BETWEEN THE LINES, and Caroline Sommerfield knew at a glance that business mogul Stephen Monterey had written off any prospect of joy for himself. But working for this very private man convinced her that her true talent was a gift for living, one she was more than willing to share…with Stephen! Given the choice, Stephen Monterey would prefer to remain tied to his desk, hard at work, rather than spend his time with frivolous amusements. But that was before Caroline Sommerfield danced her way into his ordered existence, creating her own special chaos and determined to rewrite the story of his life…!
Selections from the Journal of Frances E. Willard, 1855-96
Author: Frances Elizabeth Willard
Pubpsher: University of Illinois Press
Category: Social Science
The journal of Frances E. Willard had been hidden away in a cupboard at the national headquarters of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, and its importance eluded Willard's biographers. Writing Out My Heart publishes for the first time substantial portions of the forty-nine volumes rediscovered in 1982, opening a window on the remarkable inner life of this great public figure and casting her in a new light. No other female political leader of the period left a private record like this. Written during her teens, twenties, and fifties, the journal documents the creation of Frances Willard's self. At the same time, it often reads like a good novel. It stands as one of the most explicit and painful records in the nineteenth century of one woman's coming to terms with her love for women in a heterosexual world. Other sections reveal what impelled Willard to reform - the nature and depth of the religious dimension of her life - a dimension not yet adequately explored by any biographer. Here we see her growing commitment to the "cause of woman". The volumes written in her late middle age give insight into the years when, world famous, she was part of the transatlantic network of reform, battling ill health, dealing with controversy in the WCTU, and grieving for her mother, a lifelong figure of emotional support. This finale concludes one of the most fascinating of the journal's themes: the nineteenth-century confrontation with sickness and death.
Here, Joy Cowley distils her four decades at the top of the children's writing pyramid for the benefit of anyone engaging in writing for young people. Topics covered in the short chapters are developing a plot, dialogue, writers' discipline, humour, early reading, novels, picture books, plays, poetry. presentation and editing.
For three years Jane Barton has written a letter every week to Sgt. Ethan Campbell, her dearest childhood friend…and the man she’s secretly loved for ages. For three years, Ethan has relied on Jane’s letters to keep him sane through the war. But now the war is over, and he’s desperate to discover if the girl he left behind is really the woman he can’t live without… A short story, approximately 40 pages.
Poems from the Heart presents the second edition of Peter LeBuhns first collection of poetry, written from his own real life experiences and feelings. It conveys the romance and spirituality that he has discovered in life; it is his way of sharing himself and his dreams with the world. LeBuhn has been writing poetry since 1983 and has immortalized several important events through his poetry, including the Save the Tiger Campaign in Nepal for Archana Shresta. Take an inspirational journey through verse in this deeply emotional collection. Peters words live; as I read them I feel the meaning of the poem or song come alive. He really knows how to capture the here and now. Carol Lee, artist and head of the North Carolina Library Peters poetry is truly romantic; I can see myself within the words. Suzan Gumush, poet, Kent, United Kingdom Peters words are very inspiringbeautiful choice of words, beautiful imagery; many of the poems are like sagas. A paintbrush of words. Keiah Delu, author "Peter's use of words is truly touching,great word use, passionate ,emotional, the words come to life." Claire Jones, poet I have enjoyed reading passages from your book many nights. You did write as though it is happening now. That was so clever of you! I have read some to friends and they too conquer that you are very gifted and a romantic. Alberta Steans, Nutrition Counselor