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The Perfect Day to Boss Up Audiobook

The Perfect Day to Boss Up

Author: Rick Ross Narrator: Guy Lockard Release Date: September 2021

A captivating and inspiring guide to building an untouchable empire from mud to marble, no matter what obstacles stand in the way Rick Ross is a hip-hop icon and a towering figure in the business world, but his path to success was not always easy. Despite adversity and setbacks, Ross held tight to his vision and never settled for anything less than greatness. Now, for the first time, he shares his secrets to success, offering his own life as a road map to readers looking to build their own empire. Along the way he reveals: - How to turn your ambition into action - Tips for managing and investing your money - Inside stories from his business and music ventures - Why failure is central to success - Secrets to handling stressful situations - How to build the perfect team As Ross explains, "It doesn't matter what's going on. Even the most dire situation is just another opportunity to boss up."Intimate, insightful and brimming with no-nonsense advice, The Perfect Time to Boss Up is the ideal book for hustlers everywhere.

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An Innocent Baby: Why would anyone abandon little Darcy-May? Audiobook

An Innocent Baby: Why would anyone abandon little Darcy-May?

Author: Cathy Glass Narrator: Denieca Fairman Release Date: September 2021

When foster carer, Cathy Glass, is asked to foster Darcy-May, a two-day old baby, she is very concerned. The baby is coming to her straight from hospital and will have no contact with her teenage mother, Haylea. Even more worrying, she will be brought to Cathy with a police escort as it’s vital her extended family don’t know where she is. Abandoned at birth, Cathy and her family quickly bond with little Darcy-May although they have to accept she will eventually leave them to be adopted. But fostering is rarely straight forward, and when Haylea asks to see her baby a different story begins to emerge. It’s so alarming that even Cathy, a highly experienced foster carer, struggles.

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Food Saved Me: My Journey of Finding Health and Hope through the Power of Food Audiobook

Food Saved Me: My Journey of Finding Health and Hope through the Power of Food

Author: Danielle Walker Narrator: Danielle Walker Release Date: September 2021

When doctors told Danielle Walker that food didn't cause her autoimmune disease and couldn't help control it, she set out to prove them wrong. Diagnosed with an extreme form of ulcerative colitis at 22, Danielle was terrified she'd never be able to eat all the wonderful, great-tasting foods she loved growing up or host warm, welcoming gatherings with family and friends. So when the medicine she was prescribed became almost as debilitating as the disease itself, Danielle took matters into her own hands, turned her kitchen into a laboratory, and set to work creating gut-healthy versions of the foods she thought she'd never be able to enjoy again. Three New York Times bestselling cookbooks later, Danielle has become a beacon of hope for millions around the world suffering from autoimmune diseases, food allergies, and chronic ailments. Now for the first time, with stunning transparency about the personal toll her illness took on her physically, emotionally, and spiritually, Danielle reflects on everything she's learned during her decade-long journey toward healing―including the connection between gut health and overall well-being, the development of her favorite recipes, and the keys for not simply surviving her autoimmune disease but thriving despite it. Through her resilience, Danielle tells a story that provides hope―hope that despite your ailments or hardships, you can live a full, happy, and healthy life without ever feeling excluded or deprived. Food saved Danielle Walker. And it can save you, too. Includes six fan-favorite recipes and the stories behind them!

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Who Says I Can't: The Astonishing Story of a Fearless Life Audiobook

Who Says I Can't: The Astonishing Story of a Fearless Life

Author: Rob Mendez Narrator: Zach Hoffman Release Date: September 2021

On paper, Coach Rob Mendez sounds like any other football coach on any other field across America: passionate, authoritative, knowledgeable. But he's unlike any other coach you know--in fact, he's probably unlike any other person you know. Born with an extraordinarily rare condition called tetra-Amelia syndrome, Rob has no arms or legs. He moves with the assistance of a custom-made, motorized wheelchair that he operates with his back and shoulders. Many people look at Rob and see limitation, yet Rob sees opportunity: Opportunity to pursue his passion for football. Opportunity to change the way people perceive physical disability. Opportunity to serve as a role model for the hundreds of kids he's coached over the years. Told with both humor and frankness, Who Says I Can't? takes readers on Rob's incredible journey, from his birth to loving parents who wanted to afford him every chance for happiness, to the emotional and physical hurdles he faced while seeking independence, to receiving the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance at the ESPY Awards in 2019. Each day, Coach Rob rolls onto the field and shows his players that dreams are achievable when you show up, do the work, and believe in yourself. And after reading this book you, too, will believe that anything is possible.

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Openhearted: Eighty Years of Love, Loss, Laughter and Letting Go Audiobook

Openhearted: Eighty Years of Love, Loss, Laughter and Letting Go

Author: Ann Ingle Narrator: Ann Ingle, Michael Ingle Release Date: September 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. 'Something they don't tell you about getting older is that you fall. Oh, you hear about it in passing, of course, 'She had a fall, poor thing'. Falling is not something you ever think about as a younger woman. You think about falling in love . . .' At 20 Londoner Ann Ingle fell madly in love with an Irish fellow she met on holiday in Cornwall. At the church to arrange their shotgun wedding she discovered that he hadn't even told her his real name. Sixty-odd years later Ann looks back on that first glorious fall and in a series of essays considers what she has learned from the life that followed - bringing eight children into the world, their father's years of mental illness and tragic death at 40, being a cash-strapped single mother in 1980s Dublin, coming into her own in her middle years - going to college, working and writing, and continuing to evolve and learn into her ninth decade, even as she accepts the realities of being 'old'. Candid about everything that matters - love, sex, heartbreak, money, class, religion, mental health, rearing children (and letting them go), reading and writing, ageing - Open-Hearted is a compelling story about living life in a spirit of curiosity and delight and with a willingness to look for good in others. © Ann Ingle 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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Listen: How to find the words for tender conversations Audiobook

Listen: How to find the words for tender conversations

Author: Kathryn Mannix Narrator: Kathryn Mannix Release Date: September 2021

‘Powerful, humane and wise’ JULIA SAMUEL ‘Everyone should read it’ NIGELLA LAWSON ‘Beautiful … This is a book for everyone. You feel held by it’ PHILIPPA PERRY Most of us have a conversation we’re avoiding. From the bestselling author of With the End in Mind, this is a book about the conversations that matter and how to have them better – more honestly, more confidently and without regret. A child coming out to their parent. A family losing someone to terminal illness. A friend noticing the first signs of someone’s dementia. A careers advisor and a teenager with radically different perspectives. There are moments when we must talk, listen and be there for one another. Why do we so often come away from those times feeling like we could have done more, or should have been braver in the face of discomfort? Why do we skirt the conversations that might matter most? By bringing together stories with a lifetime’s experience working in medicine and the newest psychology, Mannix offers lessons for how we can better speak our mind and help when others need to. Kathryn Mannix’s ‘With the End in Mind’ was a Sunday Times bestseller the weeks ending 6 January 2018, 13 January 2018 and 3 February 2018.

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A Rendezvous to Remember: A Memoir of Joy and Heartache at the Dawn of the Sixties Audiobook

A Rendezvous to Remember: A Memoir of Joy and Heartache at the Dawn of the Sixties

Author: Ann Garretson Marshall, Terry Marshall Narrator: Alexander Cendese, Lidia Dornet Release Date: September 2021

In the early 1960s, Ann Garretson sparks an airmail romance with Lieutenant Jack Sigg, a West Point grad and tank commander on the German-Czech border. Ann and Jack's correspondence heats up, and they hatch a rendezvous in Europe for the summer of 1964 to seal their budding love. A match for the ages. Not so fast. Ann's best friend in college, Terry Marshall, helps her plan the escapade, but in the weeks leading up to her trip, they realize they are more than just friends. In June, Terry bids her a wistful goodbye. One lonely month later, he decides he can't live without her. As Jack takes Ann on a whirlwind 'grand tour' in his Corvette Sting Ray, she receives Terry's marriage proposal-by mail. His letter throws all three of their lives into turmoil. Ann is in love with two men who couldn't be more different. Jack offers the military life Ann grew up with. Terry is a fiery conscientious objector who plans to join the Peace Corps-unless the draft board intervenes and sends him to jail. Caught between the old mores and winds of change, Ann must make an agonizing choice.

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Mama Bear: One Black Mother’s Fight for Her Child’s Life and Her Own Audiobook

Mama Bear: One Black Mother’s Fight for Her Child’s Life and Her Own

Author: Shirley Smith Narrator: Tovah Ott Release Date: September 2021

“Brave. Compelling. Provocative. ” —Gabrielle Union Wade, actress and New York Times bestselling author In this moving memoir, Shirley Smith, wife of NBA Champion and All-Star J. R. Smith, tells the story of giving birth to one of the youngest premature babies to survive—using her experience to heighten awareness of the crisis of Black maternal and infant health and pay tribute to Black women’s resilience. Shirley Smith and her husband, NBA champion J. R. Smith, looked forward to the birth of their second child, Dakota, as they celebrated New Year’s Eve with family at home. After dinner, Shirley felt a sharp pain that worsened through the night. Only 21-weeks pregnant, she was in labor. Mama Bear is the story of her 141-day ordeal, from entering a hospital emergency room on New Year’s morning and giving birth to her premature newborn, to taking her daughter home for the first time the following May. In telling her story, written with Zelda Lockhart, Shirley shines a spotlight on the dangers Black women face during pregnancy. Black mothers are twice as likely as their white counterparts to go into labor prematurely and lose their babies—and almost four times as likely to die giving birth. Neither socioeconomic status nor access to quality healthcare seem to matter. Tennis champion Serena Williams experienced life-threatening complications during childbirth, and Beyoncé suffered toxemia with her premature twins.  Shirley chronicles the emotional and physical battle she and J. R. endured to save their daughter, and her continual struggles to support her family while nurturing herself. Like many Black women, Shirley was raised to believe that pain is a sign of weakness. The one who kept it together for everybody, she had always put herself second. She parallels this difficult journey to her childhood growing up with an addict mother, and having to raise herself and her brother from a very young age.  A chronicle of pain, loss, and infidelity, Mama Bear is ultimately a story of love—a celebration of community, family, faith, healing, the maternal bond, and one woman’s indomitable spirit.  Supplemental enhancement PDF accompanies the audiobook.

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Positive Vision: Enjoying the Adventures and Advantages of Poor Eyesight Audiobook

Positive Vision: Enjoying the Adventures and Advantages of Poor Eyesight

Author: Ken Brandt Narrator: Gil Tucker, Joyce Agee, Ken Brandt, Rob Youl Release Date: September 2021

Poor eyesight never impacted author Ken Brandt's vision of what life could be. Positive Vision makes a rollicking good read from cover to cover. Whether galloping across the Montana range, exploring claustrophobic (and fiery!) caverns, chasing a thief through the streets of 1980s New York, or taking a plunge from a plane, his adventures are sure to entertain. Complementing the adventures are amusing and relatable anecdotes demonstrating the advantages of poor eyesight. Enjoy the exciting escapades and interesting insights. Seeing the bright side makes life more fun for you and those around you. Ten percent of this book's royalties are donated to eye research and preventing blindness.

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A Year of Mystical Thinking: Make Life Feel Magical Again Audiobook

A Year of Mystical Thinking: Make Life Feel Magical Again

Author: Emma Howarth Narrator: Emma Howarth Release Date: September 2021

Discover the magic of today's most popular spiritual practices in this fresh and funny account of embracing a year full of astrology, reiki, crystals and more! Introducing Emma Howarth: lifestyle journalist turned soul-seeker. Writing with humour and curiosity, Emma shows us that we don't need to fly to Italy, India or Bali to have an adventure and find inner peace - there's plenty of magic right on our doorstep. At the end of 2017, feeling burnt out and broken, Emma decided to go on a year-long quest for inner peace - from the comfort of her own home. She tried all sorts of spiritual practices in a bid to derive more meaning from life. The result was a year that changed everything. A year that turned frantic chaos into life in the slow lane. A year of magic and moonlight and pink sky sunrises. A year fragranced with incense and burning herbs (that sometimes smelled suspiciously illegal). In A Year of Mystical Thinking, Emma shares her sparkling and fun account of the year that transformed her life and demystifies the world of new age spirituality, helping you to find practices that will bring new meaning and joy to your life. Each month Emma introduces a new spiritual practice, with practical, actionable tips - from how to create the perfect vision board to living by the phases of the Moon. Follow Emma's journey as she connects with spirit guides in February, obsesses over astrology in July and learns about Reiki in November, and be inspired to embark on your own year of mystical thinking!

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Sharing Our Stories: Tales of Resilience & Renewal Audiobook

Sharing Our Stories: Tales of Resilience & Renewal

Author: Rick Gilbert Narrator: Rick Gilbert Release Date: September 2021

Sharing Our Stories covers the arc of our lives: Childhood, Adulthood, and Elderhood through insightful and dramatic interviews with a wide range of both famous and everyday people. They share stories of resilience and renewal. Content: Through the struggles and successes of their lives, the stars of this book take you on the journeys they have survived. Their stories are funny, poignant, insightful, deeply moving... but most of all, true, and unforgettable. This is not fiction. People: Along with ordinary people, interviewees include well-known people from fields as diverse as jazz, politics and drag racing: Chris Brubeck, Daniel Ellsberg, Big Daddy Don Garlits, Gloria Steinem, and Congresswoman Anna Eshoo. Topics: We throw out a wide net; sex, religion, politics, childhood, mentors, risk-taking, business, medical challenges, humor, old age, and what it all means.

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Cyclamen: A Journey Of Hope Audiobook

Cyclamen: A Journey Of Hope

Author: Chadia Chalmers Narrator: Nadine Chemali Release Date: September 2021

A Novel Based On A True Story The cyclamen flower, outwardly poised and delicate, manifests boldly below the surface with great tenacity. Her roots endure all winters, waiting on the promise of spring – a moment to blossom again. Chadia was a bright and beautiful child with a zest for life. The cyclamen, native to her homeland and reminiscent of her childhood, became a metaphor for her life. Once civil war erupted in her home of Beirut, no one was left unscathed by what followed. Neighbours against neighbours, friends against their brothers; families torn, mothers weeping. With mercenaries taking aim on her family, Chadia took action. Her deep-rooted compassion would not see her bring harm to anyone, but she had to do something. Eventually, fleeing to the United States, Chadia’s hardships were not over. The battle was no longer physical but emotional. Struggling to fit in and embrace the new season, an abusive marriage withered her joy in the South. Clinging to hope, it was time for her to flee again. Australia, her sanctuary... Chadia believes she is purposed to help others and demonstrate the beauty that is multiculturalism, during a time of fragmented humanity. She endeavours to be a voice and advocate for the strength and resilience of women globally. This is her story.

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