Follow in the Tigerman's Footsteps subtitled The Adventurous Life of an Expat, is about a life most only get to dream about. It reads more like an adventure book, being packed with crazy, exciting and at times frightening situations, mixed with a blend of humor. It shows there is more to life than a boring 9-5 job, and by being positive when things get bad, can climb back up into the driving seat of your life.
BEYOND BURMA is a work of a historical. political and biographical fiction inspired by true events in Julien Moe's life. When Zin Moe was growing up in the small township of Thegon in middle Burma, little did he know, one day he'd be in the struggle of his life, a battle for the independence of his people. He fought against a totalitarian regime to become Foreign Minister of a new Burmese government, for the life of that government - one single day. He sought political asylum in Thailand where he won a Fulbright Scholarship from his new homeland - America. Learn about Burma. Learn about 8/8/88. Learn about perseverance. Read his remarkable story of independence in BEYOND BURMA. Beyond Burma is a work of biographical historical fiction based on the true life of Julien Moe.
Follow a young woman as she takes you through some of the many adventures she's faced on 27 countries on six continents. From taking the wrong train at midnight in Taiwan to facing guys with machine guns in Egypt and Mexico, this adventure will leave you wanting to experience more.
King Richard the Lionheart of England is on his first crusade to the Holy Land. He is a great warrior but he is drawn to men and not to women. It is what keeps him from impregnating his wife and giving England an heir to the throne. This is his story.
Here is the story of one man and seven horses who crossed Australia from north to south through some of the most isolated country in the world. They took 21 weeks to cover the 3000 kilometres. This man made this epic journey alone.
This story is about change..it's about the everyday struggle by a 7 year old girl to accept changes and society she lives in as a whole. The good and the bad. As well as the extraordinary struggle to stand up for her values and right to decide her future. With fear and trembling, her struggle to seek acceptance in a alien society and find her place in the grand scheme of things starts with a move. A move to a new unknown country. Never in in their lives had her family had been judged by what they wore or what they owned, where they lived. From a dictatorship to a capitalistic society they discovered the free country wasn't what the stories told them. Watching her parents and brothers struggle to cope with the changes. Things go from bad to worse. She tries to impress on her school placement examination. Not knowing that by doing so she set not just herself up for the fight of her young life, but a struggle for her family to remain as one. The fight to have the right to decide what she valued out of life. The fight to protect her naive parents from manipulative teachers and school administrators. And a decision, hers alone, to either accept an offer and get everything she could ever want, or stand up for what she valued most. Based off a true story.
This is in the genre of narrative non-fiction. It talks about how I , as a daughter , have seen my father at close quarters. My father had been an artist of both national as well as international repute. The manuscript is divided into 3 chapters. They are, BABA- A PERSONNA, HOME AND THE WORLD and AND LIFE GOES ON. I am sending the first chapter viz. BABA- A PERSONNA to you for consideration.
Dear Reader, On November 25th, 2007, I had a panic attack so severe that it lasted for three days straight. It began soon after the entree course was served at my cousin, Su Ming's wedding, in Darling Harbour, Sydney. My mother and I had flown there from Brisbane earlier that day. (My fear of flying, being one of about eight contributing factors, and most certainly a fear in itself that I had to overcome.) The episode was so acute that I lost the physical sensation of touch, the ability for rational thought, and most devastatingly, I lost the sense of any possible future outside of three seconds! I have since tried to think of the worst things in the world that I could use to describe the sheer agony. Upon returning to my home, I was still ill. This letter was my tool for alleviating the agony. It was hand written in one night, to a dear friend, from my bed. There are no decisive resolutions except that which I must learn to endure, and a deep sadness from knowing that I will have the source of my anxiety with me always. Thank you.
My love for you is irreplaceable. Your eyes sparkle like the night stars, it’s like they are telling me not to go. Days don’t go by without me thinking about you. My love for you is precious and most powerful. I could hold your hand forever not letting you go. You remind me of the calm sea, calmly slapping the shore. I will never go I will always be close.
Communication is the more spiritual part of our book. It and other readings' scattered throughout help to inspire the soul and bring a feeling of continuity and belief in self. Welcome to our family home. Both in a spiritual sense and material time and place. Life in Rowlands Gill from around 1900 is just at the beginning of a newly established farming and mining village. Nestled deep within the beautiful Derwent Valley, across the river from Gibside Estates a 12th century residence once belonging to the Earls of Strathmore and the old queen mothers' family. A long walk from our roots in Scotland and Ireland with much sadness and loss through the 1st World War. Mixed in with spiritual writings which others' have asked me to set down and which are deeply inspirational and educational. The book is an on going project which has already taken many compassionate years to set down and is a much loved project for us all.
My journey to self discovery and healing through Ayahuasca. Tragedies I have faced, fears I have overcome. Very relative to others, with alot of inspiration especially for those who struggle with depression or anxiety.
I started out,in a cult church,where god was evil,satan was good,the punishment,was bad,as I got older,and was able to run,i did,but the path to finding the true God,was an hard,but truly amazing discovery.as a teenager,on the run,god wasn't in my thoughtd,getting away was,so as I was running,i had my own guardian,angle,as the time went on,i believed in angles just not god.when I started having my own kids,they wanted to go to church,i would tell them no,when they where teenagers,i finally,s aid yes,but the church we started at was a show church,n we stopped,the we find a little one,wuth a few members,n I started on a journey,thats,taking on a life of its own.its been an awesome journey,that I hope to continue.