Did You Know That . . . ?: “Revised and Expanded” Edition: Surprising-But-True Facts About History, Science, Inventions, Geography, Origins, Art, Music, and More is an uncommon compendium of knowledge that will astound, demystify, edify, and debunk. It is a book of ambitious design that is both eminently informative and vastly entertaining. Assiduously researched, it will be the arbiter of disagreements and will stand cherished misconceptions right on their heads. It will also expose factoids, unmask present-day orthodoxy, identify misinformation, clarify the confusing, and present new information. Did You Know That . . . ? is all you need to know . . . for knowledge is power!
Book is about some of the things some people in the entertainment world do on a daily regular basis you may not have heard of. I was married to a man who worked for a famous country/rock band. My eyes were opened to a whole other world of goings on that I knew little about. Some do such wacky wrong things it is hard to believe even if they are in the entertainment world. Some do not want people to know and some are so out there, that they do want people to know what they do because it would help their image. Believe it or not.
Through my travels, I have found that people learn from the perspective they are given. So I have put together a collection of essays, poetry, and fiction in the hope that this will give people a perspective that will enhance understanding and inspire virtue.
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FASINATING, REAL-LIFE ACCOUNTS DEPICT THE EXACT MOMENT WHEN 41 WOMEN REALIZE THE MEN IN THEIR LIVES ARE "NOT THE ONE."For too many women, there comes a time in their lives when they recognize that the relationship with their significant other isn't working. In When Did You Know He Was Not the One? authors Judy Bolton and Wendy Bolton Floyd take a provocative look at this precise moment in the lives of more than forty women who are married, single, divorced, widowed, or currently dating.Each story paints a fascinating portrait of the instant each woman realizes the man she is with is not the man for her. For a number of these women, the conclusion developed over time after years of nagging feelings. Even though they knew it wasn't going to last, many still tried to make the relationship work.Whether the problem is cross-dressing, religious differences, infidelity, or any other concern, the women featured in When Did You Know He Was Not the One? bravely share their stories in ways that are poignant, comical, and moving, offering insight into the complexity of relationships.What people are saying about When Did You Know He Was Not the One?"It is the next Vagina Monologues!"-Lillias White, Tony Award Best Featured Actress, Known for her work in the Vagina Monologues and Chicago"When Did You Know He Was Not the One" reads like your best friend hitting you over the head every time you gush about a man they instinctively know will ruin your life."-Keris Salmon, Producer, NBC Dateline"Judy Bolton and Wendy Bolton Floyd have put every woman's history with men between two book covers."-Debbie Humes, Writer, ABC Good Morning America and America This Morning"Life always presents us with challenges, but it's a humbling experience to realize when we've brought them on ourselves. 'Not the One' demonstrates that women are not alone in their relationship struggles."-Khalia Ali, Daughter of Muhammad Ali"Contributing to this book helped me as much as when I first realized he was not the one-and made positive changes in my life to move on."-Maureen "Moe" Shea, Professional boxer and main sparring partner for actress Hilary Swank, as she prepared for her Academy Award winning role in the movie Million Dollar Baby
Have you ever wondered why stories of biblical events from thousands of years ago can still be relevant today? Even more to the point, what are the lessons from those stories that God wants me to learn and apply to my life? Did You Know? is a collection of Bible stories that provide answers to such questions. The stories contain lessons about Gods eternal principles and lesser-known events and characters from the Bible that reveal many truths about Gods eternal plan for the world. In addition, the stories reveal Gods ongoing relationship with His creation and how He has responded over past centuries to the behavior and actions of the people of the world. These are timeless lessons that are entirely relevant to every person in the world today.
Northrop Frye, one of the great thinkers of the 20th century, wrote more than twenty books, including "Fearful Symmetry" and "Anatomy of Criticism." He lived in Moncton, N.B., from 1919 to 1929. These poems focus on twelve places in Moncton where he left
“David, Did You Know?” by David Edward Keesey David Edward Keesey acknowledged God’s presence early in his life, having received Jesus Christ in his life as his Lord and Savior at the age of twelve. At a later age, he learned of the significance of the Power of the Holy Spirit, His guidance, and His direction when surrendering David’s will to His. Join David on his spiritual journey in “David, Did You Know?”
Winner, Helen Kay Chapbook Prize 2019 Author bio: I teach writing in Ithaca, NY, summer workshops at Star Island, NH, and workshops each semester at Cornell University. After retiring from work in a crisis center in 2006, I felt like a cartoon character walking off a cliff into thin air without a plan. But within a few months, I designed Writing through the Rough Spots, a course enabling participants to create clarity about challenging life situations. My students, 18–85 years old, range widely—athlete, author, chaplain, ex-felon, hairdresser, musician, physician, prison guard, restaurant server, scientist, therapist… and come from across the US and 15 countries. The midwifery of writing makes teaching a non-stop thrill for me. I’ve written poems for most of my life, but only became interested in sharing them publicly when I turned 70. Less than two years later my poems appeared in 2018 Passager Poetry Contest, #65, The Avocet, Poetry Quarterly, Caesura, and The Healing Muse. My experience as a manuscript editor has been primarily with memoir, poetry, fiction and YA fiction. www. WritingRoomWorkshops.com The poems in Oh say did you know reflect on the exterior world, the political, environmental and civil landscapes surrounding us all, as well as on the navigation of the interior. My poems traverse where the two meet. Keen observations from the natural world provide metaphors for these parallel terrains. My poems juxtapose the impact of loss with gratitude for what we keep. The cycles of nature offer sturdy and stirring metaphors. Observations of daily life as well as imaginings are gleaned from growing wisdom that comes with age combined with a fresh outlook. I hope my poems will nurture other’s spirits as writing them has nurtured mine. What others are saying: Ellen Schmidt has that rare ability to make her personal voice express the universal experiences in all of our lives. She takes the seemingly mundane world of our relationships with family, friends and nature and finds, in them, the insights that allow the reader to question and appreciate what had once been taken for granted. –Joel Savishinsky, Author of Breaking the Watch: The Meanings of Retirement in America, winner of the Gerontological Society of America's book of the year prize. These poems peek at doom and dance with delight, always shining with Ellen’s hope, gratefulness and big heart. She infuses some humor, helping to make this a warming brew. What we drink from her poems is enriching and enjoyable. –Barbara Lydecker Crane, author of Zero Gravitas, Alphabetricks, and BackWords Logic With great wisdom and humanity, Ellen Schmidt gives us poems that teach and celebrate and mourn and encourage. Unafraid of the dark in these fearful times, she is "armed to the teeth with Hope." I feel lucky to be among her readers, taken care of within her poems – "oases of kindness [where] reason's tender shoots can burst forth." –Mary Azrael poet and editor of Passager Books