A Little Thing Called Life
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📒A Little Thing Called Life ✍ Linda Thompson
✏A Little Thing Called Life Book Summary : Award-winning songwriter Linda Thompson breaks her silence, sharing the extraordinary story of her life, career, and epic romances with two of the most celebrated, yet enigmatic, modern American superstars—Elvis Presley and Bruce Jenner For the last forty years, award-winning songwriter Linda Thompson has quietly led one of the most remarkable lives in show business. The longtime live-in love of Elvis Presley, Linda first emerged into the limelight during the 1970s when the former beauty pageant queen caught the eye of the King. Their chance late-night encounter at a movie theater was the stuff of legend, and it marked the beginning of a whirlwind that would stretch across decades, leading to a marriage with Bruce Jenner, motherhood, and more drama than she ever could have imagined. Now, for the first time, Linda opens up about it all, telling the full story of her life, loves, and everything in between. From her humble beginnings in Memphis to her nearly five-year relationship with Elvis, she offers an intimate window into their life together, describing how their Southern roots fueled and sustained Graceland’s greatest romance. Going inside their wild stories and tender moments, she paints a portrait of life with the King, as raucous as it is refreshing. But despite the joy they shared, life with Elvis also had darkness, and her account also presents an unsparing look at Elvis’s twin demons—drug abuse and infidelity—forces he battled throughout their time together that would eventually end their relationship just eight months before his untimely death. It was in the difficult aftermath of Elvis’s death that Linda found what she believed was her true home: the arms of Olympic gold medal—winner Bruce Jenner. Detailing her marriage to Bruce, Linda reveals the seemingly perfect life that they built with their two young sons—Brandon and Brody—before Bruce changed everything with a secret he’d been carrying his entire life, a secret that Linda herself kept for nearly thirty years, a secret that Bruce’s transition to Caitlyn Jenner has finally laid bare for the world. Providing a candid look inside one of the most challenging moments of her life, Linda uncovers the struggles she went through as a woman and a mother, coming to terms with the reality of Bruce’s identity and resolving to embrace him completely no matter what, even as it meant they could no longer be together. And yet, despite her marriage unraveling, her search for love was not over, eventually leading her to the legendary music producer and musician David Foster—a relationship that lasted for nineteen tumultuous years, resulting in a bond that spurred her songwriting career to new heights but also tested her like never before. Filled with compelling and poignant stories and sixteen pages of photographs, A Little Thing Called Life lovingly recounts Linda’s incredible journey through the years, bringing unparalleled insight into three legendary figures.
📒This Thing Called Life ✍ Honey
✏This Thing Called Life Book Summary : Married at the early age of 20, thirsty for love, wanting to be married, wanting to have children and make a home for my family. Praying as a child, every night, to have a home full of Peace, Love & Happiness. Little did I know the hurt and pain that awaited me. Little did I know the attacks that would be-fall me; trying to take my mind; filling me with thoughts of death, never to feel pain again. Learning without permission the life of an Addict. This is my story…
📒A Thing Called Life ✍ Ozzy Vikman
✏A Thing Called Life Book Summary : These poems come from my heart, different things that I have seen, experienced, and been inspired by in my life. I have written poems for a long time and it’s really great to hear that people can relate to them, and especially how much it has helped them through tough times. It’s about our struggle and how to never give up hope. There are also inspirational and love poems as well. I would say, in short; it’s a part of our journey through life.
📒This Thing Called Life ✍ Joseph Vogel
✏This Thing Called Life Book Summary : What were Prince's politics? What did he believe about God? And did he really forsake the subject-sex-that once made him the most subversive superstar of the Reagan era? In this illuminating thematic biography, Joseph Vogel explores the issues that made Prince one of the late 20th century's most unique, controversial, and fascinating artists. Since his unexpected death in 2016, Prince has been recognized by peers, critics, and music fans alike. President Barack Obama described him as “one of the most gifted and prolific musicians of our time.” Yet in spite of the influx of attention, much about Prince's creative life, work, and cultural impact remains thinly examined. This Thing Called Life fills this vacuum, delving deep into seven key topics-politics, sound, race, gender, sex, religion, and death-that allow us to see Prince in fresh, invigorating new ways. Accessible and timely, This Thing Called Life takes the reader on a journey through the catalog and creative revolution of one of America's most compelling and elusive icons.
📒This Thing Called Life ✍ Ernest Holmes
✏This Thing Called Life Book Summary : The great contribution of Ernest Holmes to modern thought is the specific form of meditation and prayer by which man can control outward conditions of his life instead of permitting conditions to control him. Based soundly and thoughtfully upon the teachings of Jesus and other great spiritual leaders and philosophers, THIS THING CALLED LIFE is an outline of the practice of Faith by which problems of every kind may be solved by every man and woman, directly, simply and effectively. Recognised as one of the foremost teachers of religious science and philosophy since William James, in this book Mr. Holmes courageously declares that for centuries man has been putting the cart before the horse, that he is not helpless in the face of poverty, disease, evil and unhappiness, but that by this clear and simple system of thought and faith he can dominate them and introduce into his experience their exact opposites—abundance, health, good and happiness. If man will try and learn how to think, writes Mr. Holmes, he can dominate his entire life and everything in and around it.
📒This Thing Called Life ✍ Ms. Andrea
✏This Thing Called Life Book Summary : This book is not just a book with words written to merely entertain the readers but more to awaken them. This book tells not just one story but several because although the main character is the center of the story it is the things she encounter while living life that helps the readers to gain a better appreciation for their life and the struggles it may bring. It will leave the reader with a better sense of how to live life even when it seems that life isn't worth living. Drugs, sex, burning desire to achieve success, Mr. Right, Mrs. Wrong, love and relationship, betrayal, death, survival, its all in this book. The one thing that makes this book a good is read is simply because it is something in this book that everyone can relate to, whether on a personal level or they know someone that has been or going through it. Life for the main character in this book brought about a lot of things, but at the end she learned that "Life is a beautiful thing once you learn how to live it."
📒A Naughty Thing Called Life The Complete Story ✍ Papa Spyk
✏A Naughty Thing Called Life the Complete Story Book Summary : Papa Spyk's book chronicles the author's life and how it was turned around after suffering a near death experience. An ex professional rugby player, top international model, actor and stuntman. Born in the sixties. Spyk was trapped in a hopelessly dysfunctional world. He lived life on the edge until he suffered a near death experience. When he was told he would never walk again, be paraplegic, never father a child. He thought his life was over. Fortunately his amazing family and close friends gave him the strength to survive. Learning to walk again and father his very own little Angel, his saving grace Angelyna, the love of his life. A Naughty Thing called Life shares the honest story of Papa Spyk's experience, hoping to make a difference to other people's lives. Its about courage to love and be loved and the way he healed himself by going through hell and back. This book is a testament to Papa Spyk's focus of his energy from self destruction to creation.
📒Welcome To The Guilt Club ✍ Michelle Smith
✏Welcome to the Guilt Club Book Summary : From babyhood on, the guilt never ends. Was I overly harsh with that discipline? Should I really let my children cry themselves to sleep? I'm such a loser for needing time to myself. My husband is going to divorce me due to neglect. Have I fed my child anything green in the last six years? I just know my teenager lies because of that one time I dropped her on her head when she was a baby! "Mother-in-law guilt is worse than parental guilt! My mother-in-law was judgmental about everything from the bottle I gave to the diaper I changed. She questioned everything I did because 'we didn't do it that way!' " --Maria, mom of two "My kids don't clean up after themselves and it wears me out. I ask, then yell, and then they make me feel so guilty that I just give up. They act like I'm so mean when I ask them to clear the table. I don't know what to do. Sometimes I think they should do more to help, but other times it's easier to do it myself and avoid the argument." --Gina, mom of two My friends, it's time to step back and laugh at our mistakes, appreciate the faults and whining of others, and have an open mind when it comes to crass language, chocolate, and drinking wine to calm yourself down. Welcome to the Guilt Club. It sucks. In this book you will learn: *The five major issues we feel guilty about. *How to manage guilt in an objective way. *How to change what we do to make our parenting better. *How to realize what we do well and stick to it. *How to stop our kids from pushing our guilt buttons. *How to change the dynamic of our house from negative to positive. and much, much, more!
📒Living Crazy Like Fly ✍ Caryn Suarez
✏Living Crazy Like Fly Book Summary : This is a story of a poor little rich girl growing up in Warsaw, Indiana on beautiful Chapman Lake. She came from an affluent home and suffered severe child abuse at the hands of her parents for 18 years, as did her other 5 siblings. This story is dedicated as a thank you for her zany friends, her inspirational teachers and her old lost love. It is an inspirational story of survival of some horrifying life experiences. It has been written as both a thank you to those who helped me through a rough time and also as an inspiration for others going through similar experiences to find hope and help in their situations. Part of the profit that I am making from this story is being donated to the "Children's Home Society" who house and feed battered and foster children taken from domestic abuse situations. I am hoping with all of my heart that my story will at least be able to be inspirational to someone else and also perhaps raise some money for my own personal cause of abuse awareness and to help those trying to help others.
📒Blood ✍ Gil Anidjar
✏Blood Book Summary : Blood, according to Gil Anidjar, maps the singular history of Christianity. As a category for historical analysis, blood can be seen through its literal and metaphorical uses as determining, sometimes even defining Western culture, politics, and social practices and their wide-ranging incarnations in nationalism, capitalism, and law. Engaging with a variety of sources, Anidjar explores the presence and the absence, the making and unmaking of blood in philosophy and medicine, law and literature, and economic and political thought from ancient Greece to medieval Spain, from the Bible to Shakespeare and Melville. The prevalence of blood in the social, juridical, and political organization of the modern West signals that we do not live in a secular age into which religion could return. Flowing across multiple boundaries, infusing them with violent precepts that we must address, blood undoes the presumed oppositions between religion and politics, economy and theology, and kinship and race. It demonstrates that what we think of as modern is in fact imbued with Christianity. Christianity, Blood fiercely argues, must be reconsidered beyond the boundaries of religion alone.