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Gordon Printing; 1st printing Sept 2008 edition (2008)
One Man's Journey Plus 7 Pages with Announcement of Completion of Autobiography Signed By Author e-book
by Linn Loomis
Linn Loomis One Man's Journey Plus 7 Pages with Announcement of Completion of Autobiography Signed By Author. ISBN 13: 9780615220130. One Man's Journey Plus 7 Pages with Announcement of Completion of Autobiography Signed By Author. ISBN 10: 0615220134 ISBN 13: 9780615220130.
As to Franklin the man? .
I am almost finished reading (The Compleated Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin 2) and would recommend this book to anyone who loves history or wants to know more about this country and the struggles our Fore-Fathers had to bear to give us the Freedoms we had today. We can not give up our FREEDOMS.
My book is not altogether autobiography. This book is a jewel: the prose is immaculate, the delineation of the human heart is unclouded by sentiment, and, in terms of contemporary feminism, it is almost on par with Freud’s Dora. An excellent study of the etiology of hysteria, Journey Iinto Tthe Mind’s Eye is one of the charter myths of contemporary women’s studies. Maureen Cleave, The Daily Telegraph.
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Author Giacomo Casanova. text block itself is still tightly bound together. top of text block is gilded.
Maggie Nelson's book The Argonauts is one of the recent autobiographies
The author re-frames his or her life as a demonstration of divine intention through encounters with the Divine. So-called "autobiographies" of modern professional athletes and media celebrities-and to a lesser extent about y written by a ghostwriter, are routinely published. Maggie Nelson's book The Argonauts is one of the recent autobiographies
Journey Continued: An Autobiography is the second part of Alan Paton's autobiography, the first being Towards the Mountain.
Journey Continued: An Autobiography is the second part of Alan Paton's autobiography, the first being Towards the Mountain. Paton had completed the writing and correction of the volume, but he died before its publication in 1988. The book addresses a wide variety of topics, personal, professional, philosophical, and political. For example, it discusses the way in which Paton's Cry, The Beloved Country was adapted for Broadway, but it also discusses the Christian basis for Paton's activism.
Mystical Journey book. Great author and interesting concept but such a poor execution.
Every journey starts the same, one step at a time. In One Journey: 7 Ships, Nahchon Guyton explains the 7 crucial ships necessary to complete your journey and how our relationship with Jesus Christ is the anchor for each of one these ships. The 7 ships - - Relationship - Friendship - Fellowship - Discipleship - Stewardship - Partnership - Leadership - are all necessary for transporting, transforming and propelling us forward. Not understanding the purpose of each ship could leave us ill-prepared to survive and flourish in our journey
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reflective quiet says: Hi I am new here and wondered if anybody have any books signed by the author and any stories of meeting your favourite authors during book signings. Did they live up to your expectations? I met Sir David Attenborough before he was knighted, in 1984 in an English bookstore in Bromley, Kent, England. The little boy of three whom I was a nanny to at the time said when we got up close.