He Motions

He Motions

Use this book and other resources— your friends, your church, your dreams—to overcome areas of burden that threaten to capsize your hemotions journey. The best example you can give your children is to show them what it looks like to ...

Author: T. D. Jakes

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101203002

Category: Self-Help

Page: 384

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From T.D. Jakes, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Crushing: God Turns Pressure into Power, comes straight talk and strong spiritual guidance for men—and the women who love them… AS A MAN you may often feel the pressure of fulfilling many roles in life: husband, father, son, businessman, member of the church community. Now T. D. Jakes comes to your aid with a guidebook to help you understand your own needs for emotional and spiritual support. He offers practical, sound answers to assist you in expressing your needs and having them met in healthy and wholesome ways by those you love. This is a candid, no-holds-barred look at sexuality, spirituality, and the seldom mentioned but extremely important emotions that shape success in every area of a man’s life. Using examples from his own life, as well as from the lives of the thousands of men he has counseled, Jakes gives detailed advice on how to move from struggle to success, from victim to victory. AND LADIES, He-Motions is also for you. Inspirational and refreshingly honest, this is the ultimate source for women seeking to comprehend and care for the men in their lives. It helps you decode men’s often baffling behavior and provides eye-opening insights for greater intimacy and healing in your relationships. HE-MOTIONS brings clarity and hope to men and helps them strengthen their relationships with themselves, with the women in their lives, and with their Lord. It gives women the solutions they seek as they relate to the men they love. It is a book that will bring you closer together…and closer to God.
Categories: Self-Help

Last Call

Last Call

Kidnaper He motions me over with a question . He is lost . I believe him . It seems he calls my name . I move closer . He says it again , the name of someone he loves . I step back pretending not to hear . I suspect the street he wants ...

Author: Sarah Gorham

Publisher: Sarabande Books

ISBN: 0964115182

Category: Poetry

Page: 196

View: 160

Groundbreaking anthology of poetry on substance abuse and recovery.
Categories: Poetry

Pulled Under

Pulled Under

He motions for me to wait. I scan while he clears our path and finally, he motions me forward. There is no back porch and we both flatten on the wall by the door. I give him a nod and kick the door open. He steps to the entrance and ...

Author: Lisa Renee Jones

Publisher: EverAfter Romance

ISBN: 9781682303917

Category: Fiction

Page: 357

View: 717

The next installment in the steamy and alpha-packed Walker Security series by New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Renee Jones. He is blond, tattooed, and dangerous. She's beautiful with a penchant for leather and lace and could be his destruction... Asher wasn't always a member of the elite Walker Security team, he was a billionaire's son, who rebelled against his father's controlling hand, and ended up in New York City's underground of drugs, rock n roll, and danger. But that is long behind him, and while his tattoos and long blond hair remain, he's now a chameleon, far more comfortable in a suit and tie than a leather jacket. Or so he likes to tell himself. But now Walker Security needs him back inside the underground club scene for a police case they're working. Women are dying, and a new drug on the streets is the cause. When Asher is pulled back into this toxic world he meets Sierra, who is as beautiful as she is mysterious. A woman who calls to a darker side of him, long suppressed, unleashing it in what becomes wicked hot passion and obsession. But Sierra has a secret, one that leads her, and Asher, to a dangerous place, and game, with dangerous players, and the game is about life or death.
Categories: Fiction

Marrida and Alagur

Marrida and Alagur

He repeats the motions, and grins broadly when the wolf snorts again, and then again. “I think we need to go now. I can't ride you yet, but with you, by my side, the journey will be faster, because all the ailep hounds will stay away ...

Author: Nathalie M.L. Römer

Publisher: Emerentsia Publications

ISBN: 9789188459091

Category: Fiction

Page: 185

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Marrida Kayrsan and Alagur are the protagonists of The Wolf Riders of Keldarra, an epic fantasy series. Marrida is a Keeper of Truth at the Temple of Truth in Ruh'nar, where she lives with her younger brother, Esbara, and sister, Kalisa. Alagur is a Wolf Rider who arrives one day in the city during the latest attack by the Wolf Riders. He is wounded by a defender, and Marrida takes him in, and heals him back to health. It is during this period she reveals to him and her siblings who and what she is at the Temple of Truth. This novella features two stories, one about Marrida and the other about Alagur. The story about Marrida will give a deeper insight to life within the Temple of Truth. The story about Alagur will take you back to the time when he went to get Yalla, his loyal wolf companion, from South Valley of Miza just south of Northern Blades.
Categories: Fiction

Kiyo s Story

Kiyo s Story

“That's okay,” he says kindly. “Come with me.” He walks so quickly between the two long rows of cots that I have difficulty looking both ways, checking the bodies for my brothers and sisters. He motions towards the wall.

Author: Kiyo Sato

Publisher: Soho Press

ISBN: 9781569477144

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

View: 667

This is the “unforgettable” memoir of a family’s journey from Japan to California—and through multiple internment camps during World War II (Sacramento News & Review). “First generation Japanese-American Sato chronicles the tribulations her family endured in America through the Great Depression and WWII. Emigrating from Japan in 1911, Sato’s parents built a home and cultivated a marginal plot of land into a modest but sustaining fruit farm. One of nine children, Sato recounts days on the farm playing with her siblings and lending a hand with child-care, house cleaning and grueling farm work. Her anecdotes regarding the family’s devotion to one another despite their meager lifestyle (her father mending a little brother’s shoe with rubber sliced from a discarded tire) gain cumulative weight, especially when hard times turn tragic: in the wake of Pearl Harbor, the Satos find themselves swept up by U.S. authorities and shuffled through multiple Japanese internment camps, ending up in a desert facility while the farm falls to ruin. Sato’s memoir is a poignant, eye-opening testament to the worst impulses of a nation in fear, and the power of family to heal the most painful wounds.” —Publishers Weekly
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Here Our Culture Is Hard

Here  Our Culture Is Hard

He motions for another man across the body from him to stand. He stretches the tape out and hands the other man the end. He motions the man to move to where the body is widest: where the elbows stick out. The man with the tape measure ...

Author: Laura McClusky

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9780292788190

Category: Social Science

Page: 320

View: 433

Marriage among the Maya of Central America is a model of complementarity between a man and a woman. This union demands mutual respect and mutual service. Yet some husbands beat their wives. In this pioneering book, Laura McClusky examines the lives of several Mopan Maya women in Belize. Using engaging ethnographic narratives and a highly accessible analysis of the lives that have unfolded before her, McClusky explores Mayan women's strategies for enduring, escaping, and avoiding abuse. Factors such as gender, age inequalities, marriage patterns, family structure, educational opportunities, and economic development all play a role in either preventing or contributing to domestic violence in the village. McClusky argues that using narrative ethnography, instead of cold statistics or dehumanized theoretical models, helps to keep the focus on people, "rehumanizing" our understanding of violence. This highly accessible book brings to the social sciences new ways of thinking about, representing, and studying abuse, marriage, death, gender roles, and violence.
Categories: Social Science

The Worm Man

The Worm Man

When I don't move, he motions to the nearby fairway. “Why are you just standing there? Is it the grass thing again? 'Cause you're gonna have to get over that. It's a problem.” “It's not the grass.” He motions to his unit. “I won't bite.

Author: Mary Frances Hill

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 9781665721769

Category: Fiction

Page: 190

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Third-grade teacher and aspiring artist, Kate Boswell has been through a lot in her forty years of life. She faced her childhood friend’s murder, a late-term miscarriage, and most recently, the death of her husband. When Kate sells a series of drawings at a gallery show to an anonymous buyer and saves her farmhouse from foreclosure, she’s sure the bad times are over, but after the lucrative sale, Kate’s favorite student, Cassie, goes missing. Kate is convinced that the Worm Man, the serial killer who abducted her girlhood friend, has grabbed Cassie too. Cassie was collecting worms in a bucket when she disappeared, and earthworms are the Worm Man’s calling card. It all makes sense—except it doesn’t. The Worm Man has been dead for a decade. Desperate to find Cassie, Kate joins forces with Globe reporter and Worm Man expert, Tom Kingsley. Together, they travel to Maine and follow up on a promising lead. When Kate is dubbed delusional, her involvement in the case strains her relationship with her new boyfriend, a local cop, and it puts her career in jeopardy. Fearing she’ll lose her freedom and the life she’s only recently started to rebuild, Kate is forced to confront the most frightening ghost of her past.
Categories: Fiction

The Killer Comes For Her

The Killer Comes For  Her

He motions to Jesse to cut the rope. Jesse pulls out a knife and gets ready to cut. Tom grabs the rope and starts pulling lightly on it as Jesse cuts through. He could feel the weight of the woman's body on the rope when it was cut.

Author: Les Rogers

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1468527185

Category: Fiction

Page: 207

View: 807

The Killer Comes For, Her is the first book of a new series about a small town private investigator who allies himself with a team of specialists. One is his new wife, Jenny, who works for the F.B.I. The other is his new best friend, Yoshi, a forensics specialist. They solve cases which seem to start out easy enough, but end in tricky situations. In this book, Jesse and his team go to the aid of his cousin Alexandra Scott. She escapes the hassle of being a big city cop to work in a small town as a deputy. Little did she know she would become a victim of a serial rapist and murderer. The murderer is drowning and strangling victims throughout the area. Can Jesse and his team of specialists stop the murderer before it's too late?
Categories: Fiction

When He s Wild

When He s Wild

He's an asshole and it's intentional. Still, I simply state, “It is.” Asshole cop motions to another officer, who holds out a bag toward me. “The entire purse please,” the officer requests. I hesitate, resisting handing over my purse, ...

Author: Lisa Renee Jones

Publisher: Julie Patra Publishing


Category: Fiction


View: 705

The third and final book in Adrian's story... He was dirty, then he was bad, now he's just plain wild. Like all the men of Walker Security, when he fell for his woman, he fell hard. Some might call his love for Priscilla a weakness, but you might as well call her a weapon. You hurt her, vengeance is coming and his name is Adrian.
Categories: Fiction

The Sleep of Reason

The Sleep of Reason

Only then does he notice that he is in the catacombs, at the crypts. He's at a loss: how did he get here? The knocking goes on and on. ... He motions to a wagon and horses he has brought. He wants Renfield to go with him, to leave.

Author: Lee A. Matthias

Publisher: Aisle Seat Books

ISBN: 9781935655565


Page: 118

View: 867

A Movie Length Tale(t) from Aisle Seat Books. Classical Horror. Ages 13 and up. A riveting prequel to the Dracula story. After his bride disappears on their European honeymoon, a man traces her to a castle ruin in the Carpathian mountains, and confronts its undead inhabitants, determined to restore her to life and bring her home. An apocalyptic war of Good versus Evil.