Silent Season:The Secrets to Successful Real Estate Investing. Joseph Morman
I learned something very valuable in a silent season, and that is that I shouldn´t be trying to build something when I was supposed to be cultivating my spirit. I was supposed to use that season to spend time with God, grow, and rest in him - not step out on faith and try to do something out of his timing. How many of us are making ´´faith moves´´ when we are supposed to be resting? You will find yourself tired because you built something that wasn´t even for you. Are you going through a silent season in your life right now? Do you feel stuck? Do you feel like doors keep closing but nothing is opening in your life? Do you feel rejected or forgotten? Do you feel like you can no longer hear the voice of God or like life has handed you a bad deck of cards? If so, this book is for you. In Silent Seasons: Trusting God When You Don´t Understand, Heather Lindsey shares how silent seasons are an opportunity to grow closer to the Father. In this book you will learn: How to stay strong in the midst of tests and trials How to avoid comparing your life to others How to be faithful with small How to stretch your faith to do what God is telling you to do Get ready to walk out this silent season like never before! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Heather Lindsey. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/091853/bk_acx0_091853_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
One of America´s most acclaimed writers and journalists, Gay Talese has been fascinated by sports throughout his life. At age 15 he became a sports reporter for his Ocean City High School newspaper; four years later, as sports editor of the University of Alabama´s Crimson-White, he began to employ devices more common in fiction, such as establishing a ´´scene´´ with minute details-a technique that would later make him famous. Later, as a sports reporter for the New York Times,Talese was drawn to individuals at poignant and vulnerable moments rather than to the spectacle of sports. Boxing held special appeal, and his Esquire pieces on Joe Louis and Floyd Patterson in decline won praise, as would his later essay ´´Ali in Havana,´´ chronicling Muhammad Ali´s visit to Fidel Castro. His profile of Joe DiMaggio, ´´The Silent Season of a Hero,´´ perfectly captured the great player in his remote retirement, and displayed Talese´s journalistic brilliance, for it grew out of his on-the-ground observation of the Yankee Clipper rather than from any interview. More recently, Talese traveled to China to track down and chronicle the female soccer player who missed a penalty kick that would have won Chinathe World Cup. Chronicling Talese´s writing over more than six decades, from high school and college columns to his signature adult journalism - and including several never-before-published pieces (such as one on sports anthropology), a new introduction by the author, and notes on the background of each piece - The Silent Season of a Hero is a unique and indispensable collection for sports fans and those who enjoy the heights of journalism. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kent Cassella. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/009708/bk_adbl_009708_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Jeder Tote erzählt eine Geschichte Dr. Samantha Ryan arbeitet als Gerichtsmedizinerin und Dozentin für Pathologie in der malerischen Universitätsstadt Cambridge. Meist kann sie den Körpern der Ermordeten entscheidende Hinweise entlocken, die eine Aufklärung des Falles erst möglich machen. Oft hat sie eigene Theorien über den Tathergang, die zwar nicht immer im Sinne der ermittelnden Beamten sind, sich aber meistens als wahr herausstellen. Auch als sie Cambridge verlässt und nach London zieht sind ihre Expertisen und ihr Spürsinn weiterhin gefragt. Die neue Gerichtsmedizinerin hat das Zeug zum Kult (Süddeutsche Zeitung) In Großbritannien ist die Serie Kult. Sie hat es verdient (Die Welt)
Dr. Samantha Ryan wird als Pathologie-Dozentin an die Universität von Cambridge gerufen. Gleichzeitig arbeitet sie als Gerichtsmedizinierin für die dortige Polizei. In ihrem Beruf legt sie eine beinahe schon obsessive Hartnäckigkeit an den