Here's the truth: Other people's drama is making you fat.
Join your favorite Book Boyfriends, Jaromir Ragnarsson & the ever-wonderful Stein, nearly 400 years before the events of BloodMarked (The Fraktioneers #1) in this all new prequel novella! Cursed to live in the shadows, Jaromir Ragnarsson wanders the world, searching for a sign. What he finds wasn't exactly what he had in mind. Nearly four hundred-fifty years after a fateful meeting with a Wyrd woman changes his life, Jaromir is no longer alone. His adoptive son is the light of his long life, and he believes he will do anything to keep him safe. When that belief is tested, will he have the strength to do what is necessary? Even if, no matter what he chooses, he loses?
The 21-Day Weight Loss Challenge, the seventh book in the 21-Day Challenge series! Are you tired of starting a new diet and then disappointing yourself every time? Do you feel that no matter how motivated you are, you will always fall back into the trap of out of control eating? If you're overweight now, own it. You have fat, but you don't have to say you are fat. It's not your identity unless you want it to be. What you are is a complex human being who can make choices to improve their lives at any time - even right now. In this book you won't find a list of top 10 "metabolism boosters." You won't find any magic or any quick fixes to make your belly flat just in time for the weekend. And I won't encourage you to avoid one food group like the plague or buy a new set of tiny crockery or pray the fat away. What you can expect from this challenge is a no-nonsense, common sense approach to shaking off some of the dieting industry's BS and trying to remember what our bodies know. We'll look at common sense ways to gradually and safely lose weight that honor our instincts, not go against them. The 21-Day Weight Loss Challenge will help you to: Realize that right now you have fat, as opposed to being fat. It's not your identity; it's a temporary state, a choice Explore and understand the excuses and reasons that keep you overweight, why aren't you more active? Why aren't you eating healthier? Why do you eat when you're body isn't hungry? Estimate your caloric requirements, the sweet spot where you slowly buy steadily lose weight without feeling hungry and miserable all the time Let go of magic pills, shakes and other stuff the dieting industry, colleagues and that skinny Youtube chick want you to believe in Take responsibility to love, respect and nourish your body ..and much more inside! Learn how to transform your lifestyle and get healthy, happy & in shape TODAY. Are you ready to take the weight loss challenge? Update! Now available "11 books in 1: The 21-Day Challenges Box Set"
Tommy and Tuppence Beresford have just become the proud owners of an old house in an English village. Along with the property, they have inherited some worthless bric-a-brac, including a collection of antique books. While rustling through a copy of The Black Arrow, Tuppence comes upon a series of apparently random underlinings.
This book is an odyssey of grief and loss for a small boy...a reflection of how the abused author would have liked his childhood to have been. Stuart Allen was born in the 1940s and suffered abuse and the ensuing stigmas from the age of 5. His experiences are contained in his first book, Underdog and the story is a sad one. Now, Stuart Allen has written a book that outlines how he would have wished his life to have been. It is complete with the ironies that have to be included. in Tu-Pot his ideal and loving parents are killed and his neighbours care for him. This is in contrast to his real parents not dying but being there to hurt and abuse him. This included neighbours closing in on the victim to contribute their own nasty abuse. Stuart has written this superb book despite being dyslexic. The beauty comes from his ability to see and visualise things in a different way, a talent he has used in becoming an accomplished artist. Tu-Pot brings hope to minds where there is none, and in doing so spreads that hope to the reader.
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