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Stumbling in Flats by Barbara A. Stensland

Title Stumbling in Flats
Author Barbara A. Stensland
Publisher Justifiedtext.CompanyUK
Release 2015
Category
Total Pages 403
ISBN 9780992608866
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With a foreword by Janis H. Winehouse. If Bridget Jones had MS, this would be her diary - The MS Society. The value of the Stumbling in Flats blog ... it opens so many avenues of support and understanding, not only to the sufferer, but to the family, the friends ... so that they will understand what it's like to walk through treacle - Janis H. Winehouse. Social media is an increasingly important way for people affected by MS to get support, information and inspiration. Barbara's writing offers all of this plus a winning sense of humour - a vital ingredient in living well with MS. - The MS Trust From running in heels to stumbling in flats - one day in 2011, Barbara woke up unable to speak properly, walk in a straight line or stay awake for longer than a few hours. She didn't know it then, but that day was to change her life forever. In 2012, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). She began blogging at www.stumblinginflats.com to show the day-to-day reality of living with MS, a teenager and a cat, in amongst coping with a rapidly-disappearing career, late-night pity-parties-for-one, discrimination in the workplace and adjusting to a whole new life with MS. She's unflinchingly honest in her portrayal and exploration of this strange new world, where the McDonald criteria are no longer a way of judging French Fries but a tick-list for an MS diagnosis. Alongside scans, blood tests, a lumbar puncture and medication, she battles with The Teenager (school uniform angst, an undying devotion to pizza) and life in general (facing 40, a non-existent fitness regime, chocolate). After two years of blogging she has now collated a large selection into a book. She's also corrected her appalling spelling and grammar mistakes along the way. In coming to terms with her diagnosis, she discovers she's actually pretty strong and can definitely see the funny side to a serious illness. You've read the misery-memoirs, now read the book that will leave you with a smile on your face.

Title Stumbling Towards The Finish Line
Author Lee Gruenfeld
Publisher Meyer & Meyer Verlag
Release 2013-04-25
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1782550054
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Best-selling novelist and non-fiction writer Lee Gruenfeld has been entertaining the triathlon world with hilarious essays, in-depth profiles and insightful observations for more than a decade. Now his best writings have been collected into a single volume that will let long-time fans relive their favorite pieces while introducing new readers to his unique voice. Anyone who likes sports – any sports – and great writing will love this collection of amusing, penetrating, and often totally off-the-wall observations.

Misty Flats by F. Walton Avery

Title Misty Flats
Author F. Walton Avery
Publisher Dorrance Publishing
Release 2013-09-16
Category Fiction
Total Pages 232
ISBN 143492971X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the small town of Misty Flats, an area deep in the belly of North Carolina, the Vietnam War has attacked the mind of young Joshua Reynolds. As the county sheriff, and with a loving wife and twin daughters, Joshua should feel like he has the perfect life. Yet, the aftereffects of the war have left him with an addiction to drugs, supplied by his brother, Abe, and severe PTSD. In a PTSD-induced blackout, he finds his wife missing and soon found dead in an abandoned well. Joshua cannot account, even to himself, where he was the night she was murdered. Did he do it? If so, would anyone believe that he truly doesn't remember? About the Author Frank Walton Avery has a wife, Laura, and three children: Catherine, Christian, and Claire. He is a retired pathologist whose hobbies include tennis and writing. A member of the College of American Pathology and the Governor's Club, he was also a member of the North Carolina Medical Society during his time in active practice. His other works include: The Skeleton Ring, My Hope is Built, and Christian Perspectives of Decisions at End of Life. Although the details of this case are largely fictional, Dr. Avery is familiar with a similar case and place from his time as a medical examiner.

Council Flats Fiesta s by Cass Miller

Title Council Flats Fiesta s
Author Cass Miller
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release 2011-10-27
Category Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781456792862
Language English, Spanish, and French
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London is the next pitstop in Adele's rollercoster life, hoping some souvenirs she pick's up along the way are a hotshot career, a size 8 figure and finger's cross a man. Unluckily for Adele she picks up neither, expect a spare tyre helped by her love of eating, and a perment hangover and a shoe habit. Ecasping a old life to reinvent a new one is not as easy as it look's on the soap's.With her own problems creating bumps in her life, and working for failed designer Cassie Lush adding to the rocky ride. Will Adele finally hit the top? Will she finally meet the love of her life? Will the past finally catch her up? Lastly will a size 8 be a reality or just a label in a dress? Adele may just be thankful for that spare tyre in this well heeled road of her life..

Title Stumbling Blocks to Stepping Stones
Author Doug Zahn
Publisher iUniverse
Release 2019-03-20
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 354
ISBN 1532060866
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In both business and personal life, we engage in hundreds of conversations each day. Some are successful. Some are not. In Stumbling Blocks to Stepping Stones, you will learn from author Doug Zahn how to improve your conversations, thereby building more effective relationships, whether with friends or those you perceive as adversaries. This book offers a way to begin, continue, and end a successful conversation, helping assure participants are satisfied with the outcome. Zahn offers strategies to monitor and adjust your input during the interaction. To successfully use his approach, you must commit to self-observation and change. Successful relationships are the key to completing most jobs, whether at home or at work. Through the analysis of difficult conversations (those you often prefer to avoid) and the use of methodical building blocks, you will be able to have successful interactions wherever you go.

Rose of the Flats by Dario Addario

Title Rose of the Flats
Author Dario Addario
Publisher Page Publishing Inc
Release 2019-07-16
Category Fiction
Total Pages 808
ISBN 1684569540
Language English, Spanish, and French
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I am Tony Valentino, the prime narrator of Rose of the Flats, a novel about prejudice in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. I had thought I was writing about the experiences of my younger brother Dante, a Korean War combat veteran who was successfully becoming an English teacher at our local high school after the war. Unlike me, he could easily "pass" for white. But he had been arrogant enough to marry Rose, our sweetheart since childhood, who could not pass. Although I narrated the story in 1957, it is just as relevant now as it was then. Our father was an immigrant Jew from Italy, married to our immigrant French Canadian mother, who was Catholic and was partially black. When the novel opens, I am living with Rose, taking care of Dante. Two years ago, someone in a passing car had taken a shot at him one night. His car swerved and crashed into a tree, leaving him severely brain damaged. Our isolated little community is really part of Berlin, the only city in the northern part of our state, which, back then, was like Quebec. Most of the people in Berlin could not understand English. Cascade Flats is technically within the town line of Gorham, a tourist town five miles down the road. It is proudly American. Our state motto is "Live free, or die." In my senior year in high school, I fell madly in love with my attractive young English teacher, the epitome of American womanhood, the woman I had planned to marry, to live free or die with. I wasn't going to be stuck with a woman of the flats, not I. But having been thrust into such close proximity with Rose, I became aware of our deep feelings for each other, especially of our strong sexual attraction, which I had refused to fully acknowledge when she had given me the opportunities. The Joy of my life, I had thought, had been white. In trying to tell Dante's story, I was really telling my own story, forced by Rose to face my own demons, my deepest anxieties and feelings of guilt for having coveted the devoted, passionate wife of my own brother. To finally survive our situation, I was compelled to overcome my own prejudices.

Murder at Magpie Flats by Kelly P. Gast

Title Murder at Magpie Flats
Author Kelly P. Gast
Publisher Doubleday Books
Release 1978
Category Western stories
Total Pages 182
ISBN 9780385131575
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Great Lakes Island Escapes by Maureen Dunphy

Title Great Lakes Island Escapes
Author Maureen Dunphy
Publisher Wayne State University Press
Release 2016-05-16
Category Travel
Total Pages 448
ISBN 0814340415
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Great Lakes Basin is the largest surface freshwater system on Earth. The more than 30,000 islands dotted throughout the basin provide some of the best ways to enjoy the Great Lakes. While the vast majority of these islands can only be reached by private boat or plane, a surprising number of islands—each with its own character and often harboring more than a bit of intrigue in its history—can be reached by merely taking a ferry ride, or crossing a bridge, offering everyone the chance to experience a variety of island adventures. Great Lakes Island Escapes: Ferries and Bridges to Adventure explores in depth over 30 of the Great Lakes Basin islands accessible by bridge or ferry and introduces more than 50 additional islands. Thirty-eight chapters include helpful information about getting to each featured island, what to expect when you get there, the island’s history, and what natural and historical sites and cultural attractions are available to visitors. Each chapter lists special island events, where to get more island information, and how readers can help support the island. Author Maureen Dunphy made numerous trips to a total of 135 islands that are accessible by ferry or bridge in the Great Lakes Basin. On each trip, Dunphy was accompanied by a different friend or relative who provided her another adventurer’s perspective through which to view the island experience. Great Lakes Island Escapes covers islands on both sides of the international border between the United States and Canada and features islands in both the lakes and the waterways that connect them. Anyone interested in island travel or learning more about the Great Lakes will delight in this comprehensive collection.

Pearly Flats by Charles Fetters

Title Pearly Flats
Author Charles Fetters
Publisher Charles Fetters
Release 2009-03-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 502
ISBN 1441486305
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Pearly Flats, Hidden among the great novels of our time comes an epic tale of good verses evil. Charles Fetters'..... Pearly Flats is the first of a 3 volume set. This adventure pits the Organization, Pearly Flats International, against the greed that suffocates the life of all common people. This novel takes the reader inside the Organization itself, from it's infancy in a small office in Canada to it's Super Power status.... on the World stage. It gives one the experience of joining the front row seat to the day to day struggles, fear, and anxiety of the largest rebellion in World history. In the beginning the World Powers brush the Organization aside as an other terrorist group. When Pearly Flats flexes it's mussels it leaves them dazed and confused. However...... the powers to be soon regroup and the Organization discovers the makings of World War 3. Out gunned several times over Pearly Flats has only one advantage, the element of surprise. Pearly Flats

Starvation Flats by Ron Churchman

Title Starvation Flats
Author Ron Churchman
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release 2010-08
Category Fiction
Total Pages 200
ISBN 1452066833
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It was the era of the Great Depression, the dustbowl years, the years of prohibition, and a time when a new generation of ruthless outlaws emerged and ran rampant in our country. It was a time in our history when the "ends" justified the "means" in the minds of many Americans. It was a time of harshness. In the summer of 1926, Rufus Jackson Coleman loaded his wife, two boys, and all his worldly possessions into a worn-out covered wagon and left the rundown farmhouse near Rhome, Texas. The long drought had left him no choice but to leave, and the unsettled feeling in his gut was born from the knowledge that he really didn't know where they were going. He just had to get his family away from this God-forsaken area before they all starved to death. Nobody looked back as they pulled away from the barren waste of the front yard. There were no fond memories to savor, and the desolation would not be missed. It was barely sunup but the wind had already begun to stir the choking dust. The distant cawing of a half-starved crow brought an end to the sights and sounds of a once-hopeful expectation gone bad. Rufus turned his wagon to the northeast, toward the Oklahoma border.

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