The follow-up to Leonard Stegmann's nostalgic "People and Things That Went Before" once again takes you back to a time of bottle rockets and snow days, Beatles albums and Kool-Aid stands. Warm, funny and sometimes sad, "There Are Places I Remember" will stir memories of those not-so-long ago-days that you once believed would never end.
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Since 1994 Mr. Zalta has been writing and publishing short stories and writing a column for local New York magazines. In this collection we find Mr. Zalta's writing on growing up in Brooklyn within the suburban Jewish community. Highly acclaimed for his touching commentary on his life and the world he lives in; his work has been enjoyed throughout the world.
Remember this as you read Life Through These Eyes, Vol II: There is always a story within a story. I am often asked, Are your characters real? Oh yes, they are all realvery real to me. I loved a few, disliked many, and spent years trying to forget some. The book covers six decades of my lifestories of love, exceptional friendships, pets raising humans, marriage at its best and worst, really mean people, holiday memories, men being men, and much more. At age fifty-eight, I discovered I had a message I wanted to share: A message that contained memories from childhood to retirement; wonderful, and sometimes painful, life lessons; praise and criticism regarding my community; and events and people that made me angry and disillusioned. I found an outlet for many hurtful experiences. Also, I found a way to channel my political feelings. Writing became my therapist.
A journey in words and photography of a lifetime of spaces, places and phases.
One day a highly advanced space ship shaped like a huge egg lands in Doug Rink's backyard. Doug soon learns that the entire universe folds in on itself every 13 billion years and time's UP! The good news is; There's a way out, but only if we can merge the human genome with the ship's alien genome. There's a catch-22. Before we can merge genetically and escape the folding, Doug must use the ship to cleanse the human genome of its highly violent tendencies and that means he must rid the world of all its weapons of mass destruction and make it so they never terrorize us again. Luckily, he gains the support of the President of the United States. The Mind Machine will guide you through the part of human evolution and history that is taking place today. Your own genetic makeup is valuable to us. Therefore, you need to get on board!
40 years after the release of the iconic Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, the Beatles continue to captivate music fans of all ages. There's something always more to discuss about the Fab Four. What were their greatest live performances? Their worst moments? Stories still unknown by most music fans, trends still unseen, history still uninterpreted are all revealed in Fab Four FAQ. Pop culture authors Stuart Shea and Rob Rodriguez provide must-know fan trivia and offer obscure Beatles facts and stories in an easy-to-read, provocative format that will start as many arguments as will end them. With more than sixty chapters of stories, history, observation, and opinion, Fab Four FAQ lays bare the whys and wherefores that made the Beatles so great, giving credit where credit is due and maybe bursting some bubbles along the way.
- Author : Lee Gutkind
- Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
- Release Date : 2010-03-01
- Genre : Medical
- Pages : 240
- ISBN : 9780393076752
“As wise as it is well written. . . . A sustaining work of art.” —Linda Elisabeth Beattie, Courier-Journal In this inspired anthology, doctors relate true stories from their professional lives, capturing disillusionments and triumphs encountered along the way. Essays by such distinguished writers as Peter D. Kramer, Kay Redfield Jamison, Danielle Ofri, Robert Coles, Lauren Slater, Sandeep Jauhar, and Perri Klass create a vivid mural of the medical world, from a student’s uneasy first encounter with a cadaver to a veteran doctor’s memories of the emotionally charged days and nights of residency.
Every one of us have watched television shows, movies and listened to our favorite songs but how many of us have wondered how theyve affected and influenced us? Do we still have a fondness for the mediums we enjoyed as a child or do we outgrow the past? As an adult, is it easier or harder to accept the past or embrace the future?
The stories within these pages tell of my life from the beginning of my time on earth. These tell of my first days and how they changed my life forever, the many struggles that I encountered because of events early in my life, the many difficult times that I faced, and how I hid these from others for over sixty years. I keep my story as the main subject. Many who knew me in the early years were amazed of the events in my life. Some cried, and others were speechless. That was not what I expected, but it was a surprise to me. With over 150 stories, this covers many events of my life. I looked at many things that I had to deal with because of how I lived in my early years. I can recall shedding tears every day for over seven years. I wish this to happen to nobody else. But I did not have a choice; both my parents took that away from me. Some told me that I was too easy on them. I will leave their judgment up to the Creator. Their judgment will come. I dont need to add fuel to their future. I needed my story to be presented to show what could happen when parents harm their children. Harm can come to children in many ways, and I present many of mine.
As the magnetic field wobble continued to create “cracks,” all electronic devices, along with the electricity, ceased to work. Marie had been preparing for many years for just such an event. Her farm was the place where all the family members were to congregate in an apocalyptic crisis. Her daughter had successfully made her way to the farm, accompanied by her old college roommate, three of her junior high students, and a man named Ian, whom they had picked up along the way. Marie’s son, Jared, his family, and two neighbors finally got on the road, but their hesitance at leaving cost them precious time. People were getting more desperate. Many, who had no regard for rules and laws in the before, were totally out of control and doing whatever they wanted. Jared’s group finds themselves up against a variety of depraved individuals as they make their way through Los Angeles and across the valley. When Jared and his neighbor, Paul, are taken prisoner by a gang of thugs, Jared’s sister and uncle leave the farm to try and assist Jared’s group. Marie prays that her daughter and brother will be effective in bringing them home. She hopes she doesn’t lose them all.
Anytime I have been to a family gathering or get-together with friends, much of the time becomes devoted to telling tales of days gone by. These stories I listened to as a child and throughout my life. Those of my family and friends that aren't here in person now are still here in the stories about them and people, places, and events that we all seem to never forget. However, I've noticed a flaw to the telling of our memories. When those who can recall and tell the stories are about to pass away almost always, so does all that they remembered. So I decided that as I myself love to tell the stories, I am not going to let that happen to me. So I have been writing short stories so my children and grandchildren will be able to always have them to read. Since I began writing, I've gained interest from my cousins and old friends who also want to read them. As time has moved forward, the number of memories continues to grow, and I write more memories to keep. I hope that reading this compilation of short stories will give you some opportunity to recall. Life should have smiles and a laugh or two, and I hope you find them within.
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1832
- Genre : Law reports, digests, etc
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : HARVARD:HL02JW
- Author : Nigel Miller
- Publisher : Wally Miller
- Release Date :
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : 9781257995554
- Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1953
- Genre : Communism
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : STANFORD:36105024404530