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Gerald and Sue Glasco wanted to farm and rear their children in the country. Leaving a farm management job at Columbiana Ranch near Eldred, Illinois, they bought a 75-acre farm in partnership with Gerald's brother Keith and wife Barbara in Southern Illinois and rented another. Their big old farm...
At Conrad’s wedding, everything appears perfect as he embarks on a life with the woman of his dreams and a legal career that holds every promise. By contrast, his best man and childhood friend, Marcus, works at a dead-end job parking cars after coming out at home and dropping out of college....
Matters of Faith
Book DescriptionFrom the author of Catching Genius, a novel of a young man’s search for faith—and its unintended consequences. At age twelve, Marshall Tobias saw his best friend killed by a train. It was then that he began his search for faith—delving into one tradition, then discarding it for...
Jenny Block is your average girl next door, a suburban wife and mother for whom married life never felt quite right. She operates from the assumption that most couples who are curious about or engaged in open marriages are in fact more like her—normal people who question whether monogamy is right...
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Dichos: Spanish sayings or proverbs Advice is one of the most valuable gifts a mother can give to her daughter. Cristina Pérez turns to her mother's wisdom every day by reflecting on the dichos she taught her. Here Cristina shares those that have most powerfully influenced her life and translates...
Chance Meetings that Tied the Knot
This book shares the beauty of chance meetings that are testaments to living life, rather than being a bystander. These stories are from people of all ages. Each meeting ultimately leads to a lasting and meaningful relationship. Chance Meetings that Tied the Knot helps to empower women and men to...
Hardcover: Regan Books, July 2006, ISBN: 0-0608-4327-6 "I did have my own friends, my own salary, my health, and TiVo: all the important things we're likely to take for granted. Still, when it hit that I'd now have to date again, I panicked. Dating meant nightclubs, heels, and black. It...
A chapbook of 18 heartfelt poems about the undoing of a marriage.
Author Mel Krantzler has helped millions of divorced people with his book Creative Divorce: A New Opportunity for Personal Growth. In The New Creative Divorce, they take into account changes like the availability of no-fault divorces, the impact of the women's movement, and the increasing social...
From the bestselling author of Creative Divorce, a refreshingly positive guide for adult children of divorced parents. Moving Beyond Your Parents' Divorce presents an upbeat prognosis and practical guidance for adults whose parents divorced during their childhoods—and for the more than one million...