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Fated . . .but I Never Wanted To Be A Teacher

RRP $18.99

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"FATED . . . but I never wanted to be a teacher" has been likened to James Herriot (All Creatures Great and Small) meets Brian Glover (the P.E. Teacher in Kes) It is an HILARIOUS comic autobiography about the trials and tribulations of a young teacher who endured twenty years working in Cleveland schools. As a youngster, James Masters hadn't the slightest intention of going to university, and at eighteen had already taken out the forms to become a Physical Training Officer in the RAF. Through a number mishaps and coincidences he qualified as a teacher, but still unsure that this really was the job for him, attempted to leave on three separate occasions: - but, he kept being thrown back like a boomerang (or was that a bad penny?) The book has previously been distributed as an ebook through Amazon, where up to now it has received eleven reviews and rated 4.8 stars (one of the reviewers claiming that the grammar wasn't very good!) The Author agrees! - but it was never intended to rival Dickens or Shakespeare, just to be funny and easy to read. I think it more than achieves these objectives!!! This is what some of the other readers say: - Michael B: - "An interesting account of a young teacher in 70's / 80's North East England. . . it's an easy read and once I'd dipped into it simply had to read from cover to cover. Go James, look forward to the next!" Sue C: - " A master piece, . . . written up so well......giggling from start to finish....absolutely the best [money] I've spent in a long time..." Axel: - "Cracking entertainment. Brought me right back to my school days. Mind you........... I did go to one of the schools featured in the book!!" John P: - "An entertaining journey! A very warming, funny, and thought-provoking read. Brought back fond memories . . . Looking forward to reading more." W. Lidster: - "A Must Read. A fun & compelling read, that all former pupils of "Hawksmount" School ought to read!!! It's understandable, but a shame, that names had to be changed lol!!!" Karen T: - "Loved reading this book. Brought back loads of memories....Good times" And finally, John R: - You should most certainly think about a follow up to your book. . . . Clever writing it gripped me. . . . I laughed, I cried. What a good read.


Beautiful Torture (a Twisted Fate Novella)

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He's a liar, a cheater, and an addict. For the last seven years, Caleb Bonelli has let those three words define him-mold him-make him into the man he is today. Living hard and fast, he has never looked back, determined to ignore the pain and suffering of his past. Until he hits rock bottom. She's alone, afraid, and tortured. Henley Matthews doesn't need anyone-only her music. She learned at an early age that she has no choice but to find comfort in the cards she's been dealt. A life full of beauty she holds onto tightly because she doesn't know when it will be taken away. When Henley allows Caleb into her life, everything spirals out of control. She discovers things about his past that should send her running. But instead, it gives her a reason to stay. Will he feel the same about her once he learns her secrets? Can a damaged man like Caleb handle the truth behind the beautiful tortured woman? Beautiful Fate Duet novella 1 of 2 Intended for readers 18 years and older.


Father And Son

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AT the present hour, when fiction takes forms so ingenious and so specious, it is perhaps necessary to say that the following narrative, in all its parts, and so far as the punctilious attention of the writer has been able to keep it so, is scrupulously true. If it were not true, in this strict sense, to publish it would be to trifle with all those who may be induced to read it. It is offered to them as a document, as a record of educational and religious conditions which, having passed away, will never return. In this respect, as the diagnosis of a dying Puritanism, it is hoped that the narrative will not be altogether without significance. It offers, too, in a subsidiary sense, a study of the development of moral and intellectual ideas during the progress of infancy. These have been closely and conscientiously noted, and may have some value in consequence of the unusual conditions in which they were produced. The author has observed that those who have written about the facts of their own childhood have usually delayed to note them down until age has dimmed their recollections. Perhaps an even more common fault in such autobiographies is that they are sentimental, and are falsified by self-admiration and self-pity. The writer of these recollections has thought that if the examination of his earliest years was to be undertaken at all, it should be attempted while his memory is still perfectly vivid and while he is still unbiased by the forgetfulness or the sensibility of advancing years. At one point only has there been any tampering with precise fact. It is believed that, with the exception of the Son, there is but one person mentioned in this book who is still alive. Nevertheless, it has been thought well, in order to avoid any appearance of offence, to alter the majority of the proper names of the private persons spoken of. It is not usual, perhaps, that the narrative of a spiritual struggle should mingle merriment and humour with a discussion of the most solemn subjects. It has, however, been inevitable that they should be so mingled in this narrative. It is true that most funny books try to be funny throughout, while theology is scandalized if it awakens a single smile. But life is not constituted thus, and this book is nothing if it is not a genuine slice of life. There was an extraordinary mixture of comedy and tragedy in the situation which is here described, and those who are affected by the pathos of it will not need to have it explained to them that the comedy was superficial and the tragedy essential.


Megan's Followers

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Megan is a 13-year-old teenage girl, who realises that she has psychic powers that others do not have. At first, she tried to talk to her mother about them, but with disastrous consequences, so she learned to keep quiet about them. However, some people did offer to help and an animal showed a special friendship, but they were not 'alive' in the normal sense of the word. They had passed on. Megan has three such friends: Wacinhinsha, her Spirit Guide, who had been Sioux in his last life on Earth; her maternal grandfather, Gramps and a huge Siberian tiger called Grrr. Wacinhinsha is extremely knowledgeable in all things spiritual, psychic and paranormal; her grandfather is a novice 'dead person' and Grrr can only speak Tiger, as one might imagine and most of that, of course is unintelligible to humans. In this episode in Megan's life, she is given a laptop computer and she discovers social media and how to set up a blog and use it. Megan's Followers refers to her followers on the Internet. Since she has just passed thirteen, her parents and the multi-media sites now allow her to use them, so she sets up Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts. Wacinhinsha teaches her about coomunications on a Spiritual level. See inside for details about Megan's other adventures to date.


The Complete Calorie Fat & Carb Counter

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Understanding the nutritional value of foods is the best and fastest way to lose weight, improve eating habits, and have increased energy. This convenient book will help readers lose weight because it provides nutritional information for thousands of food items in addition to all the tools necessary to create a personalized weight-loss plan.



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