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📒Black Coffee ✍ Kirby Alfaro
✏Black Coffee Book Summary : "I guess what inspired the title of this book was this idea of sitting down with God sharing conversation as naked and raw as the coffee I drink." - KIRBY ALFARO Do you know God? Do you really know God? The depressing reality is that most of us don't. In BLACK COFFEE, Kirby Alfaro confesses that the designer of the universe can seem distant, out of touch, and even unattainable. How do you even begin to build a relationship with someone like God? How do you turn an acquaintance into an old friend? This is not a self-help book bloated with formulas and templates written to touch up your spiritual reputation. Instead, this is a book that asks the tough questions, in hope for answers that bring to light a REAL, UNPOLISHED, BOLD, ROBUST, UNTAMED, RICH, STRONG, RAW, INTENSE friendship with God. Not a friendship to help you feel more like a Christian, but a friendship you've desired ever since the brink of your creation. KIRBY ALFARO is a pastor at Northplace Church in North Texas. He is a frequent speaker on issues relating to Christian spirituality and building relationship with God. He attended Southeastern University where he received a degree in pastoral ministry and a master's in leadership. He lives in North Texas.
📒Black Coffee ✍ Cherlynne M. Duffy
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📒Black Coffee ✍ Tracy Price-Thompson
✏Black Coffee Book Summary : “I may be a supersoldier but I sure as hell ain’t no Superwoman. Yes, it’s true my hand is steady, I have the eye of a marksman, and I can hit a moving target dead center at four hundred meters, but when it comes to making clever love decisions, I’m not the sharpest knife in the drawer. While I look pretty lofty in my spit-shined combat boots and razor-sharp battle dress uniform, like a lot of young sisters from the ’hood, I’ve taken a few wrong turns down the back alleys of life.” Meet Sergeant Sanderella Coffee, who has just completed a three-year overseas tour and is now reporting to a military installation in Virginia. She is a single mother whose goal is to attend the Army’s prestigious Officer Candidate School, which will guarantee a better life for her and her children. Sandie meets a man who matches her ambition and determination step for step in the form of Drill Sergeant Romulus Caesar, who literally marches into her life and turns it upside down. They fall in love, and Rom is everything Sandie could want—supportive, confident, self-reliant—but he’s also married. Because of the military’s tough policy on fraternization and adultery, Sandie could find her carefully orchestrated career slipping away like sand in a breeze. From the Trade Paperback edition.
📒Black Coffee ✍ Jaye Watson
✏Black Coffee Book Summary : Emaline's job has changed from perfect to the pits. Her best friend might have killed her husband. The man she was falling in love with has disappeared and may be dead. Not being one to sit around and wait for things to change, Emaline deals with each issue in her characteristic straightforward manner. But when she decides to look for Harry she may have bitten off more than she can manage.
📒Black Coffee In A Coconut Shell ✍ Perumal Murugan
✏Black Coffee in a Coconut Shell Book Summary : Caste, as it is experienced in everyday life, is the pièce de résistance of this book. Thirty-two voices narrate how from childhood to adulthood, caste intruded upon their lives—food, clothes, games, gait, love, marriage and every aspect of one’s existence including death. Like the editor Perumal Murugan says, caste is like god, it is omnipresent. The contributors write about the myriad ways in which they have experienced caste. It may be in the form of forgoing certain kinds of food, or eating food at secluded corners of a household, or drinking tea out of a crushed plastic cup, or drinking black coffee in a coconut shell or water poured from above into a cupped hand. Such experiences may also take the form of forbidden streets, friends disapproved of and love denied. And when one leaves behind the fear of caste while living one’s life, there is still death to deal with.
📒Spilt Milk Black Coffee ✍ Helen Cross
✏Spilt Milk Black Coffee Book Summary : Handsome Amir, somewhere in his twenties, somewhere in a Yorkshire town, is torn between duty and lust. While his tradition-bound family urges him to choose a wife from a parade of blank and bashful beauties, he remains a slave to boozy blonde goddess Jackie, his fellow-worker at the department store in town. Pushing forty, with bubblegum hair and a filthy laugh, Jackie is an unlikely muse. She is openly entertained by Amir's teetotalism and moral sincerity, but behind her whip-smart wit is a forgiving and optimistic heart. And, he sighs, she has a smile that lingers in the air like smoke. Meanwhile, at home, Amir must dodge his family's plans for him to join the family newsagency business, 'Fags n Fings', and tenderly care for his beloved, but increasingly demented, mother. Sensitive, sassy, exasperated, twelve-year-old Elle lurks in a black hoody and crops her hair to look as unlike her flamboyant mother as possible. She avoids the spiteful girls at her Catholic school, and leads a double life: raucous ballads of the seventies with wine-soaked Jackie; organic raisins and stately homes with perfect Claire, her father's faultless new wife. In a northern town rife with racial tension and tabloid outrage, Spilt Milk, Black Coffee is an hilarious, beguiling and unlikely love story. A romantic comedy of twenty-first century multi-cultural Britain, this is an irresistible novel from the prizewinning author of My Summer of Love.
📒Black Coffee And Other Stimulants ✍ Acosewaa Smith
✏Black Coffee and Other Stimulants Book Summary : This is a work in three parts. The first being a series of poems titled The heart. These pieces are short blurbs of life experiences. They are based in "fact-tion", and range in topic from love to politics to ego's run amuck. Section two is The Couch. These fictional short stories are based on characters ripped from the news of the day. They look at the people and situations behind the thirty second highlight footage. The final component is a theatrical piece entitled Black Coffee. The story follows the owner of a poetry café' and it's patrons as they struggle with human relationships and ghostly ones as well. Black Coffee And Other Stimulants is a testimonial to communication and the power of words.
✏A STEAMING CUP OF HOT BLACK COFFEE Book Summary : This book is about a family leaving the only life they have ever known, (Farming), to learn what the outside world has in store for them. Joseph (Joe), who knows everything there is to know about farming and farm life, is a restless individual who resisted being treated as though he was living in the days of slavery. When one land-owner kicked in the door of his house in the early hours of a cold winter morning before sun-up yelling for everyone to get to work out in the field, that was all he would take. He left, leaving everything and everyone including his beloved family, and hitch-hiked his way up north. He would return, but only to get what belonged to him... His Family .
📒Black Coffee ✍ Agatha Christie
✏Black Coffee Book Summary : Mystery/Thriller Characters: 10 males, 3 females Interior Set This little known mystery will surprise and delight Christie fans. The story concerns a physicist named Sir Claude Amory who has come up with a formula for an atom bomb (Black Coffee was written in 1934 ). In the first act, Sir Claude is poisoned (in his coffee, naturally) and Hercule Poirot is called in to solve the case. He does so after many wonderful twists and turns in true Christie tradition.
📒Black Coffee ✍ Crystal White
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