Let That Shit Go

Relaxation Meditation Lined Notebook

Author: Aesthetext Vibes




Page: 122

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Let That Shit Go Journal Size: 6" x 9" inch. Aesthetic Quote Notebook Diary to write in. Lined white paper. 120 sturdy pages. Suitable for work and college to carry around.

Let That Shit Go

Author: Brittany Eldridge



Category: Self-Help

Page: 88

View: 897

A journal to heal through life's most difficult challenges. Write out your traumas and heal from within your soul. This journal also has some resources available to you when you are at your lowest. Use this as a tool in your life.

Let That Shit Go

A Journal for Practicing the Mindful Art of Not Giving a Shit( 6x9 Inches Blank Lined Journal 110 Pages)

Author: As Fuck Journals




Page: 112

View: 281

A beautifully Minimalistic designed Notebook Perfect Present for Co workers, moms, daughters, fathers, sons, family or friends for their BirthdayPerfect for writing a diary, taking notes, journaling about gratitude, capturing thoughts or writing jokes Blank lined Notebook- 6x9- Glossy Cover.- Guaranteed laughs

Blood Kiss

Author: J. R. Ward

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Fiction

Page: 432

View: 292

Paradise, blooded daughter of the king's First Advisor, is ready to break free from the restrictive life of an aristocratic female. Her strategy? Join the Black Dagger Brotherhood's training center program and learn to fight for herself, think for herself...be herself. It's a good plan, until everything goes wrong. The schooling is unfathomably difficult, the other recruits feel more like enemies than allies, and it's very clear that the Brother in charge, Butch O'Neal, a.k.a. the Dhestroyer, is having serious problems in his own life. And that's before she falls in love with a fellow classmate. Craeg, a common civilian, is nothing her father would ever want for her, but everything she could ask for in a male. As an act of violence threatens to tear apart the entire program, and the erotic pull between them grows irresistible, Paradise is tested in ways she never anticipated--and left wondering whether she's strong enough to claim her own power...on the field, and off.

Ghetto Child

Author: Dion Perkins

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Fiction

Page: 262

View: 726

Ghetto is a young man who dives into a world of Drugs, and Murder without even knowing. His life is transformed into that of a seasoned veteran in the game. He becomes a legend in a few short years. But the story doesn't end there. This is the first of 3 books in this series.


Author: Megan Mitcham

Publisher: Megan Mitcham


Category: Fiction

Page: 210

View: 713

Decisions split paths. Bad decisions compound and suddenly you are no more than variations of yourself. Marina Sorensen rots in a prison of her own making. The bars are the thick arms and meaty hands of Brödraskapet thugs who make money selling her body. Her guilt is the unbreakable shackle. Loneliness is her ever tightening noose. Trading her life for the survival of another is her only salvation.​ For Base Branch operative Oliver Knight an eliminate and rescue mission in hostile territory against a brotherhood of brutal sons-of-bitches is another adventure. Downtime between missions in foreign locales with exotic women is worth dodging a few bullets. There is also the sense of duty and pride in a job well done. He and his buddy rescue Marina and are blindsided by the striking, broken woman who mistakes them for Stronghold Tech. Before they can figure out how she knows about the elite securities team or find and eliminate their mark, the enemy discovers their hideout. Capture would be a fate worse than death and it looms so close Oliver and Marina can french it. Betrayals meet harsh light and the fun-loving soldier is forced to face cruel reality. His damsel in distress is the one to blame, especially when Stronghold forces show, adding chaos to the kabooms. The dire situation turns deadly and Marina holds the key. If only Oliver can stop loving and hating her long enough to get the answers.

Overdosed Off A Hood Boy's Love

Author: Tay Mo'nae

Publisher: Lulu.com


Category: African Americans

Page: 356

View: 994

There's a snake close to home that will do anything to keep Arnez and Lyrica separated. Will they be able to figure it out before it's too late or has too much happened for them to rekindle their past. Arnez was always able to protect Lyrica but can he save her from herself?

Factory of Lies

Author: Nick C. Hutchinson

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing


Category: Political Science

Page: 190

View: 930

Factory of Lies by Nick C. Hutchinson Follow Nick as he moves on to manufacturing where he has gained twenty some years of experience as an hourly associate, working a variety of positions for two different employers in the manufacturing setting. This has given him the insight into the methods used by management to control their businesses. He shares common themes across various segments of the business community through his practical experience and knowledge by studying business methods. He has also studied class action lawsuits brought against employers who ignore the welfare of their employees by putting profits first and people last; the migration of companies moving overseas to escape regulations they find cumbersome to follow; and litigation for their outdated methods leading to health issues for their employees. The middleclass of this country has been held hostage by stagnant wages and soaring healthcare combined with heavy taxes to support the non-working class of enabled Americans who have no motivation to work. The American dream is no longer available to the average man or woman of this once great nation. See for yourself if any of the examples described in this book ring true from your own experience. What would you do, if you faced a similar situation?


Author: Michael Fine

Publisher: PM Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 763

Julia is an American medical doctor fleeing her own privileged background to find a new life delivering health care to African villages, where her skills can make a difference. Carl is also an American, whose very different experiences as a black man in the United States have driven him into exile in West Africa, where he is an international NGO expat. The two come together as colleagues (and then more) as Liberia is gripped in a brutal civil war. Child soldiers kidnap Julia on a remote jungle road, and Carl is evacuated against his will by U.S. Marines. Back in the United States he finds Julia’s mentor, Levin, a Rhode Island MD whose Sixties idealism has been hijacked by history. Then they meet the thief. Then they meet the smuggler. And the dangerous work of finding and rescuing Julia begins. An unforgettable thriller grounded in real events.