A Study Guide for Emily Dickinson's "Tell All the Truth but Tell It Slant" by Gale, Cengage Learning Summary
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Celebrity Pets Tell All by Lai Ubberud Summary
A Texas psychic draws on her communications with the pets of celebrities to offer insight into the private lives of such figures as Shirley MacLaine, Paris Hilton, and George Clooney, in a collection of anecdotal vignettes that reveals everything from secret disorders to undisclosed relationships. Original. 15,000 first printing.
Jesus Said, “Sonia Tell All of Your Brothers and Sisters to Do Their Work.” by Apostle Sonia Curmon Summary
This book is about a woman who died and was given a task from God. She was allowed to come back from death to deliver God’s directive to all. I’m writing this book for two reasons. The first is to tell all believers in the church of Jesus Christ to do your works while it is day, for when night comes, no man will be able to work. Only what we do for Christ will last. When we die, we can only take our work for Jesus with us. Naked we came into the world, and naked we will leave this world. Hebrews 9:27 says, “And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment.” The second reason is to honor my parents. I leave this book to the next generation. We have a great inheritance through Jesus our Lord and Savior. As the angel was escorting me back to earth; I heard Jesus call my name while I was in mid air, and when I looked back Jesus was standing on the clouds. His hair was long and white as the clouds, His hair was blowing in the wind. And He spoke these words to me, “Sonia, tell all your Sisters and Brothers I said to do their Work.
The Tell All by Libby Howard Summary
Life at sixty isn't quite what Kay Carrera expected. She's working as a skip-tracer for a PI who is desperate to land his own reality TV show. She has a new roommate who arrived with more than the usual amount of baggage. And her attempts at knitting are less than stellar - way less than stellar. Worse, the cataract surgery that restored her sight has also delivered an unexpected and disturbing side-effect. Kay sees ghosts. And when the dead turn to her for help, she just can't say no.
TELL IT ALL MY SON by Michelle Santana Summary
Only about 1% of our children are able to tell that someone hurt them sexually. Parents are concerned of the sexual offender’s register list, but many of these sexual predators are in our family. I want my story to change how we as parents handle the trauma of our children, who have been sexually abused. I want my story to help children break the silence that they are terrorized into keeping. I want them to be able to tell all. I want parents to let God heal them of the guilt and embarrassment of someone sexually abusing their child, while they are helping the Police and DA prosecute these offenders. Our children need our help to be able to tell about their trauma and who did it. In addition, the law enforcement needs our help. I have designed an Angel Doll that holds a heart in her hands. The heart opens up and has the poem in it “Tell It All My Girl”. I want to design a Aslan lion with the poem on his back “Tell It All My Son” with permission of Chronicles Of Narnia. I want to join up with a group to distribute the Angel Doll and Aslan Lion to as many girls and boys who have been sexually abused as I can.
Tell-All by Chuck Palahniuk Summary
'Every word he's written about me is a lie including "and" and "the"...' For decades Hazie Coogan has tended to the outsized needs of Katherine 'Miss Kathie' Kenton, a star of the wattage of Elizabeth Taylor and the emotional torments of Judy Garland. The survivor of multiple marriages, career comebacks and cosmetic surgeries, Miss Kathie lives the way legends should. But danger lurks when gentleman caller Webster Carlton Westward III arrives and worms his way into Miss Kathie's heart and boudoir. Hazie discovers that this bounder has already written his celebrity tell-all memoir and that it foretells her death in a forthcoming Lillian Hellman-penned World War II musical extravaganza Unconditional Surrender, in which Miss Kathie portrays Lily defeating Japanese forces from Pearl Harbor to Nagasaki. As the body count mounts, Hazie must execute a plan to save Katherine Kenton for her fans - and for posterity...
Pediatric Ethics - from Princ- by Cassidy Summary
Pediatric Ethicshas been written by experienced pediatric caregivers. All the most difficult and challenging pediatric issues are faced, from truth-telling for the child to confidentiality for the adolescent and from 'futility' in intensive care to conflicting interests in the private office. This book has been specifically designed to enhance the practitioner's ability to identify, evaluate and manage the real ethical problems that arise in caring for children and their families.
Confessions of the Other Mother by Harlyn Aizley Summary
A 2006 Lambda Literary finalist in the LGBT anthology category After author Harlyn Aizley gave birth to her daughter, she watched in unanticipated horror as her partner scooped up the baby and said, "I'm your new mommy!" While they both had worked to find the perfect sperm donor, Aizley had spent nine months carrying the baby and hours in labor, so how could her partner claim to be their child's mommy? Many diapers later, Aizley began to appreciate the complexity of her partner's new role as the other mother. Together, they searched for stories about families like their own, in which a woman has chosen to forgo her own birth experience so that she might support her partner in hers. They found very few. Now, in Confessions of the Other Mother, Aizley has put together an exciting collection of personal stories by women like her partner who are creating new parenting roles, redefining motherhood, and reshaping our view of two-parent families. Contributors include Hillary Goodridge, who was one of the lead plaintiffs in the case for same-sex marriage in Massachusetts, stand-up comedian Judy Gold, and psychologist and author Suzanne M. Johnson. This candid peek into a previously unexamined side of lesbian parenting is full of stories that are sometimes humorous, sometimes moving, but at all times celebratory. Each parenting tale sheds light on the many facets of motherhood, offering gay and straight readers alike a deeper understanding of what it means to love and parent in the twenty-first century. From the Trade Paperback edition.
How to Make Movies by Kevin J. Lindenmuth Summary
The success of low-budget independent films like The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity have clearly demonstrated that successful movies can be made with very small budgets. Still, working on a tight budget requires both skill and ingenuity, and is an inevitable and continuous learning experience for the filmmaker. Join two dozen truly independent filmmakers—those used to working, and delivering, within extreme limitations—as they bluntly chronicle their experiences creating features “from the trenches.” They cover the major stages of the filmmaking process, from financing, technical decisions, and handling actors and crew to music, production, and distribution. With loads of practical advice, actual case studies, and many behind-the-scenes photographs, this collection of war stories from the micro-budget front lines will benefit aspiring and experienced independent filmmakers alike.
Tell Me No Lies by Maxine-Rae Brown Summary
The book itself; “Tell me no lies”, is about a middle aged recently divorced woman struggling to keep her sanity in a world she is naive to and blunders along bumping into one disaster after another. She believes herself to be independent and a strong woman but finds herself to be quite vulnerable and fragile suddenly entering a world of devious corrupt behaviour which envelopes her in fear and almost giving up, not knowing who to trust and then struggling financially to keep her head above water. Then events take a different turn once again. This book is amusing, sometimes sad but always positive.
Extra Awesome 2 by Patti Rothberg Summary
Doesn't seem so long ago 2010 when a relationship with a KISS impersonator ended, and shook Patti's world, when only a few short days later I received a fan letter on Facebookfrom a photographer seeking to take ONE photo of his female rock idol, Patti Rothberg. That photographer of course was Richard Carroll, and that one photo turned into a massive one day photo shoot in trendy Brooklyn where the grafitti artists did their art as they posed. One great thing about the digital age is that they were able to see the incredible results immediately. They asked each other what they wanted to do with all these great photos!? And decided to turn it into the ultimate Patti ROthberg fan book! It featured a lyric discography, decades of paintings, the photo shoot plus other photoshoots from past tours and baby pictures. It was decidedly awesome. But not just Awesome...it was Extra Awesome! Extra Awesome came out May 4, 2015 (Patti's birthday) and was loved by many, some who enjoyed her book signing/ performances. There was Extra to go around, and Patti still had the writing bug. She decided since there were MORE albums not listed yet in Extra Awesome 1 plus plenty more paintings and stories that Extra Awesome should become a series, and Extra Awesome 2 was born. "The Tell Alll Book" is written like a tabloid with juicy stories and gossip but unlike a supermarket rag, the stories are all TRUE (except of course the creative writing stories which are entirely made up. Stay tuned for Extra Awesome 3, an all painting book we call "Seeing Stars" since the paintings are all of celebrities!!!
Time Will Tell by Yemi Elegunde Summary
From the bright lights of London’s Holland Park into the power cuts and very rural life of Lagos state in Nigeria, all in the blink of an eye. This is the true story of a family torn apart by International Parental Child Abduction. In September 1973, Yemi was just seven years old when he and his younger sister were taken away from England by their dad without their mum’s knowledge or consent. They lived and grew up in Nigeria for over fourteen years, where the only communication they had with their mum was by letters. Without social media, computers or mobile phones, how does a mother track down her missing children? How do the children adapt to the sudden change of lifestyle? This is the story of the events through the eyes of that seven-year-old child, from the moment he realised he was in a different country. Yemi relates the stark change of culture, the new family and the voyage of self-discovery. The book covers his roller-coaster young life of apprehensions and ecstasy, his rebellions, and his loves. It follows his anger as he grew from boy to teenager and his eventual reconciliation with himself and his parents. What kind of man would that boy grow up to be? Time Will Tell. Featured in The Bookseller