This Bridge We Call Home

Author: Gloria Anzaldúa
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 113535152X
Size: 20,79 MB
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More than twenty years after the ground-breaking anthology This Bridge Called My Back called upon feminists to envision new forms of communities and practices, Gloria E. Anzaldúa and AnaLouise Keating have painstakingly assembled a new collection of over eighty original writings that offers a bold new vision of women-of-color consciousness for the twenty-first century. Written by women and men--both "of color" and "white"--this bridge we call home will challenge readers to rethink existing categories and invent new individual and collective identities.

Where The Truth Lies

Author: Jessica Warman
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 9780802722690
Size: 15,19 MB
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On the surface, Emily Meckler leads the perfect life. She has three best friends, two loving parents, and the ideal setup at the Connecticut prep school where her father is the headmaster. But Emily also suffers from devastating nightmares about fire and water, and nobody knows why. Then the enigmatic Del Sugar enters her life, and Emily is immediately swept away-but her passionate relationship with Del is just the first of many things that aren't quite what they seem in Emily's life. As the lies she's been told start to unravel, Emily must set out to discover the truth regarding her nightmare; on a journey that will lead her to question everything she thought she knew about love, family, and her own idyllic past. This companion novel to Warman's critically acclaimed Breathless proves that sometimes the biggest lies are told to the people you love the most.

The Truth About Love

Author: Tia McCollors
Editor: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 9781575673851
Size: 14,23 MB
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In the anticipated sequel to Zora's Cry, revisit the lives of the four women from the P.O.W.E.R. discipleship group. Zora is facing some challenges adjusting to married life after so many years as a single, and the pressure only increases when her new husband, Preston, declares his call to the ministry. Monet is happily dating but still unsure if marriage is for her. Belinda's stepson T.J. has grown dangerously rebellious, testing her faith and her marriage to the limit. And Paula has just given birth to a girl and is stunned when her husband demands a paternity test. The women pull together in prayer as they search for answers and end up confirming the truth about love: that it never fails.

The Truth Lies

Author: Tomika P. Woods and G. Dewion Brown
Editor: ArchwayPublishing
ISBN: 1480804916
Size: 14,21 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Steve Barrington is a construction executive on the verge of becoming an overnight millionaire. More in love than ever with Carmen, his wife of fourteen years, Steve is proud of his family, his values, and his work ethic. But just as Steve is about to close a monumental deal, he learns one of the investors is Carmen’s ex-boyfriend. While Carmen wrestles with old feelings, Steve is forced to face the harsh reality that his wife may not be as perfect as he thinks.

Eric Lane never thought in a million years he would marry a girl like Red. But when he catches her flirting with another man and makes a scene, Red is no longer a happy partner.

Shavon Barrington has been using marijuana as a coping method for entirely too long. But just as he decides to make changes in his life, his lady, Leah, becomes more distant.

Maxx Doyle has been happily married to Mitch for some of the five years they have been together. But when she suspects him of cheating, she becomes more determined than ever to catch him in the act.

The Truth Lies offers a fascinating glimpse into the “he said, she said” aspects of several fictional relationships, proving that there are always three sides to every story: his, hers, and the truth.

I M Telling The Truth But I M Lying

Author: Bassey Ikpi
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062698354
Size: 15,63 MB
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INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER! In I’m Telling the Truth, but I’m Lying Bassey Bassey Ikpi explores her life—as a Nigerian-American immigrant, a black woman, a slam poet, a mother, a daughter, an artist—through the lens of her mental health and diagnosis of bipolar II and anxiety. Her remarkable memoir in essays implodes our preconceptions of the mind and normalcy as Bassey bares her own truths and lies for us all to behold with radical honesty and brutal intimacy. A GOOP 10 New Favorite Books • A Bitch Magazine Most Anticipated Books of 2019 • A Bustle 21 New Memoirs That Will Inspire, Motivate, and Captivate You • A Publishers Weekly Spring Preview Selection • An Electric Lit 48 Books by Women and Nonbinary Authors of Color to Read in 2019 • A Bookish Best Nonfiction of Summer Selection "We will not think or talk about mental health or normalcy the same after reading this momentous art object moonlighting as a colossal collection of essays.” —Kiese Laymon, author of Heavy From her early childhood in Nigeria through her adolescence in Oklahoma, Bassey Ikpi lived with a tumult of emotions, cycling between extreme euphoria and deep depression—sometimes within the course of a single day. By the time she was in her early twenties, Bassey was a spoken word artist and traveling with HBO's Def Poetry Jam, channeling her life into art. But beneath the façade of the confident performer, Bassey's mental health was in a precipitous decline, culminating in a breakdown that resulted in hospitalization and a diagnosis of Bipolar II. In I'm Telling the Truth, But I'm Lying, Bassey Ikpi breaks open our understanding of mental health by giving us intimate access to her own. Exploring shame, confusion, medication, and family in the process, Bassey looks at how mental health impacts every aspect of our lives—how we appear to others, and more importantly to ourselves—and challenges our preconception about what it means to be "normal." Viscerally raw and honest, the result is an exploration of the stories we tell ourselves to make sense of who we are—and the ways, as honest as we try to be, each of these stories can also be a lie.

Camelia Save Yourself By Telling The Truth

Author: Camelia Entekhabifard
Editor: Seven Stories Press
ISBN: 1583227199
Size: 16,11 MB
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A vivid look inside post-revolutionary Iran, this book is the memoir of Iranian journalist Camelia Entekhabi-Fard, sent to prison because of her bold coverage of current affairs for reformist newspapers. She narrates her surreal experience growing up in the turmoil of the revolution and the Iran/Iraq war, punctuated by her comic disposition as a mischievous child and by the tragic losses of family members who fall victim to the political climate of fear, revenge, and extremism. As a teenager drawn to writing and poetry, she awakens to a desire to play an active role in the intellectual life of her country. This ultimately leads to her violent arrest. Faced with a harsh, violent daily existence and the uncertainty of survival, she is struck by the realization that only by convincing herself that she is in love with the chief interrogator does she have any hope of escape.--From publisher description.

Who Am I

Author: John D. McCray
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477122206
Size: 11,78 MB
Format: PDF
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Brent Edward Miles is a thirty-two year old confused male who is trying to discover his true identity. Brent transitions from Augusta, Georgia to Brooklyn, New York, to work in a new position for a striving company. He meets two people in his life, Michael Davis and Renee Jones, whom he takes an interest in, along with people who he thought he could trust. Can Brent look deep in his heart to see what God is showing him or will he continue to see what he wants to see and continue down the same road to destruction, and lose focus of the real reason why he moved to New York in the first place.

The Truth Exposed

Author: Msw Kissiah Young
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 059541561X
Size: 16,52 MB
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The Truth Exposed takes you along a tender journey of pain rooted in childhood abuse, religious conflict, and sexuality. This journey begins with the impact of a domineering, controlling, and abusive mother, a life alone at eighteen-battling sexuality and Christianity, and the sudden death of the author's father, to self-acceptance and spiritual wholeness. The Truth Exposed reveals the infinite possibilities present even when met with complete chaos, uncertainty, and aloneness. It offers profound insight and deep healing. The Truth Exposed is more than a book; it is a profound experience.

Abortion The Truth About The Lie One Woman S Choice

Author: Elizabeth Clyne
ISBN: 0557003350
Size: 12,74 MB
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ABORTION: The Truth About the Lie; One Woman's Choice is a story about what happened to Liz before, during and after she made the decision to have a abortion. For years she suffered from the chains of guilt and fear. At the end of her life it was her last request to get her book published so other women could have relief from the pain and suffering she went through. This is her story. It is her memorial. The skeletons in her closet will haunt her no more. Want relief? Read this book.

The Lies You Told Me

Author: Jessica Ruston
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0755383656
Size: 18,10 MB
Format: PDF
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When I was little, my mother disappeared... A daughter searches for the truth behind her mother's disappearance in Jessica Ruston's riveting novel. Perfect for fans of Liane Moriarty and Linda Green's While My Eyes Were Closed. 'A tight, compelling study of love, obsession and breakdown. I couldn't stop reading' - Jojo Moyes 'I do not know what you have been told about your mother. But I know it cannot be the truth...' Klara Mortimer never really knew her mother, Sadie, a former model, who left when she was just six years old. All she has is a handful of stories, passed down from the father who raised her. Klara tells herself she has long ago come to terms with her mother's disappearance from her life, but then she receives a note and key from someone who calls themselves 'N.R.'. These lead her to a garage, full of the remnants of her mother's past, and to the diary she kept all those years ago. Within its pages, Klara discovers a woman who doesn't quite match the portrait her father has painstakingly painted for her, and a story that leads her to question everything she thought she knew... What readers are saying about The Lies You Told Me: 'Her [Jessica Ruston's] writing is well-crafted, well-paced and the attention to detail and ability to examine the dark side of people and situations, gives depth both to the story and the characters' 'A fantastic story that I could not tear my eyes from' 'I loved the way the novel managed to combine elements of a thriller and mystery along with a story about families, relationships and whether we ever truly know the people we surround ourselves with'