Open Side The Official Autobiography

Updated edition featuring a brand new afterword ‘A terrific book. No one put their body on the line quite like Sam Warburton.’ Brian O’Driscoll ‘It was an absolute privilege to play against Sam.

Open Side  The Official Autobiography

Updated edition featuring a brand new afterword ‘A terrific book. No one put their body on the line quite like Sam Warburton.’ Brian O’Driscoll ‘It was an absolute privilege to play against Sam. An inspiring leader with an equally inspiring story to tell.’ Jonny Wilkinson

My Official Autobiography

Our mother took sides with her precious jewels they both convinced everybody I
was lying. As a result I got my head ... side was a huge church. It was called the
Open Bible Church, There form of worship was very similar to the Church of God.

My Official Autobiography


Jesus My Missing Years An Official Autobiography

High on the steep mountainside to the northeast of the village, at the beginning of
a great pine forest, overlooking the valley in modest countenance, was an open
structure, a simple sloping, red tile roof supported by small stone pillars set on a ...

Jesus   My Missing Years   An Official Autobiography

Manuscript Found in Shoebox After 30 Years Reveals An Autobiography of Christ! "The Spiritual Adventures of the World's Most Famous Son" chronicles His missing years from age 12 until 30, when he returned and began His New Testament ministry.

Yeshua My Missing Years An Official Autobiography

High on the steep mountainside to the northeast of the village, at the beginning of
a great pine forest, overlooking the valley in modest countenance, was an open
structure, a simple sloping, red tile roof supported by small stone pillars set on a ...

Yeshua   My Missing Years   An Official Autobiography

An Autobiography of Christ Found in Shoebox After 30 Years! "The Spiritual Adventures of the World's Most Famous Son" chronicles His missing years from age 12 until 30, when he returned and began His New Testament ministry.

Tina Turner My Love Story Official Autobiography

Driving was tense, but eating in a restaurant, unless it was located on the black
side of town, was like walking through a ... In the old days, when you pulled up to
a Holiday Inn, the empty rooms had windows with open curtains and a lamp in ...

Tina Turner  My Love Story  Official Autobiography

_______________________ ‘Astonishing, soul-baring – the must-read memoir by rock’s greatest survivor’ DAILY MAIL ***The full, dramatic story of one of the most remarkable women in music history, celebrating Tina Turner’s 60th year in the industry*** 'Unbearably poignant' THE TIMES, Book of the Week _______________________ Love’s got everything to do with it. Tina Turner is the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, a musical icon celebrating her 60th year in the industry. In this dramatic autobiography, she tells the story of a truly remarkable life in the spotlight. From her early years picking cotton in Nutbush, Tennessee to her rise to fame alongside Ike Turner, and finally to her phenomenal success in the 1980s and beyond, Tina candidly examines her personal history, from her darkest hours to her happiest moments and everything in between. In her honest and heart-felt voice, Tina reveals: · How (love) and a kidney transplant saved her life – and how her new husband made an incredible personal sacrifice · How she has coped with the tragic suicide of her son · How ex-husband Ike Turner forced her to go to a brothel on their wedding night... and why she tried to kill herself because of Ike’s mistresses · The Cinderella moment when David Bowie made Tina a star ... · ...and the day Mick Jagger ripped her skirt off! AND MUCH MORE Brimming with her trademark blend of strength, energy, heart and soul, My Love Story is a gripping, surprising memoir, as memorable and entertaining as any of her greatest hits. _______________________ 'The book is written with a warm heart and a generous spirit... It is a thoughtful, moving reflection on a life of spectacular achievement' DAILY EXPRESS ‘Turner comes across as courageous, optimistic, big-hearted and generous’ SUNDAY TIMES ‘Fascinating, dramatic, surprising’ OK! MAGAZINE 'An honest, thoughtful and touching reflection on a full and fulfilling life' SUNDAY EXPRESS

A Better Me

Gary Barlow is one of the most successful British musicians and songwriters of all time, but fifteen years ago, as he himself admits, he hit rock bottom, he was out of shape, out of work and depressed.

A Better Me

'This is the book I wished I'd had to turn to.' Gary Barlow Gary Barlow is one of the most successful British musicians and songwriters of all time, but fifteen years ago, as he himself admits, he hit rock bottom - he was out of shape, out of work, depressed. Food for him had become an addiction, a means not only of comfort but almost of self-medication as he grappled with the cruel twists of fate of musical stardom. In 2003, as he struggled with the disappointment of an underperforming solo career alongside the tireless media taunts; Gary turned to food. Relentlessly. In the space of nine years he had been on 20 diets in the hopes of a resolution to all his woes. After asking the doctor what the 'cure' for obesity was, it sunk in that he was the only one who could take control of his health. Gary describes this realisation and the task that lay ahead - 'it was like being at the foot of a massive mountain'. So how did he go from an obese, out-of-work and depressed pop icon, to a superstar of music and TV and an accomplished musical songwriter and producer who is full of vitality, fitter, happier and more successful than ever before. What happened? In his extraordinarily honest memoir A Better Me, Gary tells of his journey back to professional success and mental and physical health. From reforming Take That to critical and commercial acclaim and reigniting his own legendary songwriting career; to overcoming his weight problems and crippling obsession with food; to TV judging panel stardom on The X Factor and Let It Shine and at last finding balance in both his personal and professional life. A Better Me is a remarkably frank memoir of Gary's life as he battled with weight, stress, fitness and depression, and staged one of the most thrilling professional comebacks in years. In his warm, witty and authentic voice, he recounts his story with compelling insight, captivating honesty and a human side that people rarely see. Here is one of the UK's most beloved pop stars open, honest and raw and as we've never seen him before.

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson Being His Autobiography Correspondence Reports Messages Addresses and Other Writings Official and Private

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open and pure air , and would , in fact , be a separate town with fields or open
suburbs around it . TO MESSRS . HUGH L . WHITE , THOMAS MʻCORRY ,
JAMES ...

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson  Being His Autobiography  Correspondence  Reports  Messages  Addresses  and Other Writings  Official and Private


The Autobiography

Once, when she had to have an official document witnessed by a clergyman, she
went to Father O'Mahoney, a big, loud-voiced man ... Her friend, Minnie Connolly,
from the other side of the square pursed her lips and shook her head over it.

The Autobiography

Frank O’Connor’s acclaimed autobiography, now in one volume When Frank O’Connor was born, his parents—Minnie O’Connor, a former maid raised in an orphanage, and Michael O’Donovan, a veteran of the Boer War and the drummer in a local brass-and-reed band—lived above a sweet-and-tobacco shop in Cork, Ireland. The young family soon moved, however, to a two-room cottage at the top of Blarney Street, a lane that originates, as O’Connor so vividly describes it, “near the river-bank, in sordidness, and ascends the hill to something like squalor.” From this unlikely beginning, a poor boy born Michael Francis Xavier O’Donovan set out on the remarkable journey that transformed him into Frank O’Connor, one of Ireland’s greatest writers. An Only Child, the first installment of O’Connor’s wonderfully evocative autobiography, captures the joy and pain of his early years: joy in the colorful people and places of Cork and in his devoted relationship with his mother, pain in the family’s impoverished situation and in his father’s melancholy moods and drunken outbursts. Fifteen years old when he joins the Irish Republican Army in the fight for independence, O’Connor finds himself on the losing side of the ensuing civil war and is imprisoned by the government of the new nation. My Father’s Son begins with his release from an internment camp and follows him to Dublin and the world-renowned Abbey Theatre, where he meets W. B. Yeats, J. M. Synge, and other members of the Irish Literary Revival, and takes the first steps toward becoming one of the twentieth century’s most beloved authors. As richly detailed and eloquent as the best of his short fiction, Frank O’Connor’s autobiography is an entertaining portrait of a fascinating time and place, and the inspiring account of a young artist finding his voice.

No Such Country

Mielke's desk stands near the back of the room, behind it a large safe whose door
has been thrown wide open. Three heavy dial phones, one white and two black,
sit on the left side of the desk. ... as he wrote in his official autobiography,
Honecker cooperated with the Gestapo and compromised several of his
comrades.

No Such Country

No Such Country explores the idea of home--but a home without clear boundaries, a home in motion. A German who spent ten years in the U.S. and also witnessed the complexities of German reunification firsthand, Elmar Lueth writes about his idea of home, its shape and texture, which has shifted in unexpected and often startling ways.

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson

Being His Autobiography, Correspondence, Reports, Messages, Addresses, and
Other Writings, Official and Private Thomas Jefferson H. A. ... These waters lie in
form of an L'; : the house is in middle of open side, fronting the angle. A walk ...

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) was the third United States President (1801-9) and the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. An advocate of republicanism, he envisioned America as an 'Empire of Liberty' that would strive to promote freedom around the world. First published in 1853-4, this nine-volume edition of Jefferson's writings shows the breadth of his intellectual and political interests. His autobiography, letters, diaries and political memoranda reflect a life lived at the centre of pivotal events, including the French and American Revolutions, and the founding of a new nation. Through them we discover the evolving relationships between the United States and the European powers, and the development of the American constitution and judicial system. Volume 9 contains a selection of documents showing the depth and range of Jefferson's diplomatic, political and scientific activities throughout his career, and an index to all the volumes.