Uncaged Wallflower

Author: Jennae Cecelia

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781535402668


Page: 70

View: 3660


Uncaged Wallflower is for those who feel trapped in the thoughts their minds produce, unable to express them with the rest of the world out of fear of critique or disagreement. For the people who need an extra dose of positivity in their day. This is not a poetry book for you to read and relate to in a sorrow filled way. It is for you to read and say yes, I can be better, and I will.

A Window on My Mind

Author: Sarah Arenaccio

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781790793068


Page: 51

View: 8266


A woman: a mother, a wife, a daughter and more, who needs words to fix her mind, that could be anybody's.After Milk and Honey, All The Things I Never Said, The Sun and Her Flowers, The princess saves herself in this one and Uncaged Wallflower, a heartfelt and heartbreaking collection of poems about women, but not only that.A new perspective on life is offered through the eyes of disability: deafness can help you to listen to the others, autism can help you to perceive the world.The authorSarah Arenaccio was born in Rome (Italy) in 1983, the only child of a deaf couple. She earned a Master's Degree in English Literature at Roma Tre University. As the mother of a non verbal autistic child, she is conducting an awareness-raising campaign on disability. She currently lives in Rome with her husband, a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, their two children and two cats.

Timing the Infinite

Author: Nathaniel Schmeling

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1387116452

Category: Fiction

Page: 442

View: 3901


College programmer Stranger is an anxiety-ridden over-thinker who takes psychoactive drugs while contemplating the heretical philosophical gambit of techno-anarchy to Satanism. Masking this underlying nerdiness with the public persona of an alpha-male heavy drinking frat star, he's coming to age as a mixed kid whose parents were born during the Civil Rights movement; one generation removed, he is increasingly forced to confront the myths of a post-racial America. Oh, and because these daily identity crises didn't cause enough trouble, Stranger falls in love for the first time, despite never having had a girlfriend or sex sober. He's become enthralled with the demure, soulfully morbid Gunny, who not only has a boyfriend but self-esteem issues that manifest in the self-harm practice of cutting, and she isn't exactly ready to leave the one guy who's supported her throughout the addiction. But don't worry, Stranger doesn't navigate this collegiate underworld alone, he has a whole cast of equally brilliant but disturbed misfits for his hedonistic, poetical high-romance odyssey. And throughout the chronicles of these madcap, absurdist tales, Stranger learns of the limits to love and the pains to be temporary, of failing friendships and intimate escapades, of youth and the aging world.

Kung Fu Cult Masters

Author: Leon Hunt

Publisher: Wallflower Press

ISBN: 9781903364635

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 229

View: 1919


Chinese Martial Arts films have captured audiences' imaginations around the world. In this wide-ranging study, Hunt looks at the mythic allure of the Shaolin Temple, the 'Clones' of Bruce Lee, gender-bending swordswomen, and the knockabout comedy of Sammo Hung, bringing new insights to a hugely popular and yet critically neglected genre. 12 photos.

Toward What Bright Glory?

Author: Allen Drury

Publisher: Pinnacle Books

ISBN: 9781558175815

Category: Religion

Page: 640

View: 8562


One of America's most highly-regarded and entertaining political novelists now offers a powerful story set on an exclusive college campus on the eve of World War II. An enjoyable novel, rich in character development and sensitivity.--Post-Bulletin (Rochester, Minnesota). Drury is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Advise and Consent.