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I Don t Care What Mom Says Life Sucks Book Summary : If you bought this book thinking you would read a series of humorous vignettes, guess again. This book is about Life, real life, not those fairy tales our mothers share with us as we grow up. Mommy wants her children happy and visited by Mickey Mouse, not those caped in evil. However, boys and girls, Mickey Mouse only lives in Disney, and we must be prepared for the Big Bad Wolf, who lives in the real world, and all of his huffing and puffing. Hopefully after reading this you will fortify your house with Craig Brand's advice and hard learned experiences. This book is about survival in today's world. A rule book, so to speak, about living, and a must read. Craig Brand provides his audience with not only a strong dose of reality, but offers positive solutions to surviving the reality we must all endure; called "Life." You will read this book from cover to cover and then do it again; hopefully re-purchasing the book as you re-read it. Yeah, Yeah, but that's Life! Craig Brand doesn't hold back his thoughts, comments and concerns regarding our survival while living, existing and just trying to get by in this world we were all born into. He doesn't discriminate as he drags the good, the bad and the ugly through the mud. Have you wondered why bad things are happening to you; well, read this book and not only will you understand why, but know what to do about it and be assured that survival is not just limited to you. Staying thoroughly entertained, the reader shall gain a new perspective on Life, and our reason to keep on living or not! "This book captures what everyone thinks, truly knows, but doesn't want to say. It is brilliantly put together in a way that life's realities make you want to cry or laugh or both." --M. Norman Pardo, Managing Member of TCI Films, LLC
Dispatches Book Summary : A documentation of the day-to-day realities of the war in Vietnam experienced by men on patrol, under siege at Khe Sanh, strapped into helicopters, and faced with continuing nightmares after their return to the United States.
The Vietnam War Book Summary : Reverberations of the Vietnam War can still be felt in American culture. The post-9/11 United States forays into the Middle East, the invasion and occupation of Iraq especially, have evoked comparisons to the nearly two decades of American presence in Viet Nam (1954-1973). That evocation has renewed interest in the Vietnam War, resulting in the re-printing of older War narratives and the publication of new ones. This volume tracks those echoes as they appear in American, Vietnamese American, and Vietnamese war literature, much of which has joined the American literary canon. Using a wide range of theoretical approaches, these essays analyze works by Michael Herr, Bao Ninh, Duong Thu Huong, Bobbie Ann Mason, le thi diem thuy, Tim O'Brien, Larry Heinemann, and newcomers Denis Johnson, Karl Marlantes, and Tatjana Solis. Including an historical timeline of the conflict and annotated guides to further reading, this is an essential guide for students and readers of contemporary American fiction
Blood And Boot Muck Sucks Book Summary : In a modern day world people struggle with economic matters and every day family life. Most are proud Americans that support all aspects of our beautiful country. Millions stand waving to war vets from our new days of political violence. The honored wave of people wearing veterans apparel give the only sense of true feeling as they walk by. Then reality melts back in with a kick. Re- entering the civilian world can come with numbers of issues. Things that one had in life now have new meanings. Memories and thoughts race trapped in the brilliant mind of a writer. As an artist Perry Lord King struggles to continue with Post Traumatic Stress disorder. One of the attributes from the war alone. Then there are others as well. Much like anyone Perry has personal issues in his own life. The challenge for him is juggling fantasies and realities while maintaining family life using a never ending idled body and a revved up mind. Sometimes the cloud around this author’s work can seem a bit dark over Perry L. King from living the events that plague him. By using King’s character L.P.C. Jr. is capable of meshing fiction and nonfiction into a mind game of endless wondering.
Why Your Life Sucks Book Summary : The in-your-face, no-hype guide to getting happy… Your life sucks if… • You routinely make someone or something more important than you • The life you are living on the outside doesn’t match who you are on the inside • You say yes when you mean no • You try to fix other people • You’ve forgotten to enjoy the ride When your life sucks, it’s a wake-up call. Now self-help guru and bestselling author Alan Cohen invites you to answer that call, change your course, and enjoy the life you were meant to live. In ten compelling chapters, Cohen shows you how to stop wasting your energy on people and things that deaden you–and use it for things you love. With great humor, great examples, and exhilarating directness, Why Your Life Sucks doesn’t just spell out the ways in which you undermine your power, purpose, and creativity–it shows you how to reverse the damage. Here is an encouraging but loud-and-clear reminder that in every moment we generate our own experience by the choices we make, and that today is the best day to begin your new life. From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Cure Book Summary : Faith, it's a word that describes a belief in something that you can't truly know exists. Faith is someone standing in front of a closet telling you that there is gold inside and that you will get that gold at some point if you can just trust that it is there. What's to stop you from looking in the closet? So many people believe that there is gold in the closet, so maybe you should too. The feeling of the possibility of getting the gold is so intense, it is just enough to make it so you don't try and peek inside the closet. The funny thing about faith is that without numbers, it wouldn't exist. Yet, your faith belongs to you; you own it in the most complete sense. It is you that owns this faith and it is you that decides what to make of it. People get mad when something makes them question their faith, yet the only one that can question your faith is you. No man, woman, movie or book can influence the decision you have to keep or discard your faith. In the end, you are the one who decides the direction of your life. This book provides a peak into the closet. It gives you the choice to either believe that you do see the gold, or to believe that there is no gold. What you decide to see and believe is ultimately up to you. This book will help you understand why there is no gold, but instead a much more magical entity. The closet in reality isn't a box but is an unending future.
Dark Eyes Deep Eyes Book Summary : Two men. Two eternal destinies. One common hope. College grad Nick doesn’t trust God. Unimpressed by God’s work in his father’s life, Nick wages a daily war to thwart His holy advances. No verbal blasts. No waving “God is dead!” banners. Just a simple message written across his heart: “God, you’re not welcome here.” Wayne, former pastor and current factory employee, drifts in doubt’s strong current. He’s God’s man, all right. He just hasn’t felt like it in a while. A past failure holds his heart hostage. On a beautiful Thursday in May, death’s specter burns both men’s names into its appointment book. Each embarks on an amazing journey—one doused in dread, the other dripping with delight. As heaven’s light shines, a troubled Wayne wants to hide in the dark. Will he overcome doubt’s drift to sail home in confidence? Nick, lost in hell’s night, can’t escape God’s searchlight. His memories force him to reevaluate his father’s weakness and the strength of his father’s God. For Nick, will regret become an itch he will have all eternity to scratch? Dark Eyes, Deep Eyes examines life, death, faith, and hope against the backdrop of heaven, hell, and modern-day San Antonio.
E mails from Hell Book Summary : Have you ever wanted to respond to the Nigerian scam e-mails just to see how long the criminal would carry on the charade? A foreign dignitary promises to pay you a percentage of his millions if you just send money now! Have you ever wanted to get in on the ground floor of a pyramid scheme? You sell vitamins and recruit your friends! Have you ever wanted to reply to job postings and personal ads in an outlandish way just to see what happens? Intrepid e-mail vigilante William Wyndell does all this and more so you don't have to! He writes to total strangers, saying things you wouldn't say to your worst enemy. The real fun is seeing how long it takes Mr. Wyndell's victims to tire of his abuse and cut off contact with him-people tolerate a lot when they think money will change hands. Read E-mails from Hell for insight into the human condition, a better understanding of the psychology of spammers, and most importanta good laugh!
Life After Hell Reflections of a Bag Lady Book Summary : This book explores a real life transformational process, using a variety of techniques, including psychology, spirituality and life's experiences. That is, any transformed grief-stricken life possesses meaning and usefulness, and can be a powerful approach to positive psychology, vision and leadership.
Looking for a Ship Book Summary : This is an extraordinary tale of life on the high seas aboard one of the last American merchant ships, the S.S. Stella Lykes, on a forty-two-day journey from Charleston down the Pacific coast of South America. As the crew of the Stella Lykes makes their ocean voyage, they tell stories of other runs and other ships, tales of disaster, stupidity, greed, generosity, and courage.
Raising Hell Book Summary : The year is 1978. Saturday Night Fever is breaking box office records. All over America kids are racing home to watch Dance Fever, Michael Jackson is poised to become the next major pop star, and in Hollis, Queens, fourteen-year-old Darryl McDaniels—who will one day go by the name D.M.C.—busts his first rhyme: "Apple to the peach, cherry to the plum. Don't stop rocking till you all get some." Darryl's friend Joseph Simmons—now known as Reverend Run—thinks Darryl's rhyme is pretty good, and he becomes inspired. Soon the two join forces with a DJ—Jason "Jam Master Jay" Mizell—and form Run-D.M.C. Managed by Run's brother, Russell Simmons, the trio, donning leather suits, Adidas sneakers, and gold chains, become the defiant creators of the world's most celebrated and enduring hip-hop albums—and in the process, drag rap music from urban streets into the corporate boardroom, profoundly changing everything about popular culture and American race relations. Through candid, original interviews and exclusive details about the group's extraordinary rise to the top—and its mortal end brought on by the tragic murder in 2002 of Jam Master Jay—Raising Hell tells of Run-D.M.C.'s epic story, including the rivalries with jealous peers, their mentoring of such legendary artists as the Beastie Boys and Public Enemy, and the battles with producers, record executives, and one another. Ronin Ro delivers a meticulously researched, compellingly written, affecting behind-the-music tale of family, friendship, betrayal, murder, and the building of the culture and industry known as hip-hop.
Sports from Hell Book Summary : The most popular sports columnist in America puts his life (and dignity) on the line in search of the most absurd sporting event on the planet. What is the stupidest sport in the world? Not content to pontificate from the sidelines, Rick Reilly set out on a global journey—with stops in Australia, New Zealand, Finland, Denmark, England, and even a maximum security prison at Angola, Louisiana—to discover the answer to this enduring question. From the physically and mentally taxing sport of chess boxing to the psychological battlefield that is the rock-paper-scissors championship, to the underground world of illegal jart throwing, to several competitions that involve nudity, Reilly, in his valiant quest, subjected himself to both bodily danger and abject humiliation (or, in the case of ferret legging, both). These fringe sports offer their participants a chance to earn a few bucks and achieve the eternal glory that is winning—even when the victory in question might strike some as pointless, like the ability to sit in an oven-hot sauna for the longest time. It's debatable whether these sports push the body or just human idiocy to the outermost limits, but one thing is for sure: Sports in Hell is laugh-out-loud hilarious and will deliver plenty of unabashed fun.