The Eyes Have It

Author: Julie Allan

Publisher: Palmettos and Pearls Publishing

ISBN: 0997487518

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 5272


One thing every southern girl knows-if you are lost, your inner compass will point you home. For Lizzie Long, home is the beautiful South Carolina Lowcountry, where a close-knit community welcomes her with open arms and nurtures her spirit after her world implodes. As Lizzie tries to hit the reset button and put the pieces of her shattered life back together, the magic of the South Carolina coast and the rekindling of childhood friendships help her open her eyes to both the hard truths and the amazing possibilities ahead. Having gone through much of her life with blinders on, Lizzie slowly begins to rebuild her spirit and her confidence. But will she open her eyes in time to recognize the one man who has always seen her as the strong, intelligent and loving southern girl that she is?

The Refiner's Fire

Memoirs of a German Girlhood

Author: Sigrid R. McPherson

Publisher: N.A


Category: Medical

Page: 204

View: 6010


The author grew up in Germany while Hitler's National Socialism was ravaging Europe. During her later years in America, she worked at redeeming the shadows of her past, bending all efforts toward achieving inner peace in spite of the devastating psychological effects of totalitarianism. This is a unique portrayal of the process of self-empowerment.