It’s like a clash of wills when Tobias Duncan, 57, meets Laura Keell, 55, but neither can forget the impact each had on the other. To Laura, Tobias is just like a charging bull elephant, but he still presses every button. For Tobias, Laura is everything he’s ever dreamed of.
Tobias tries everything he can to find out where Laura lives—he just can’t forget this beautiful plus-sized woman. Both try to forget, but when a chance meeting with a friend of Tobias means he can see Laura again, he jumps at the chance. But there is a problem that neither share.
Tobias wants a woman who dictates the terms during sex. And Laura? Laura loves to be in charge. They drop hints over a few weeks until a rather interesting event leads to Laura confessing. Their romance goes from casual to sizzling almost overnight. Nothing can come between them as their love grows—that is, until a tragedy strikes.
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Disenchanted with his life in America, Joe Jeffries flies to Bangkok to pursue what his friend describes as “The rockstar dream on the backpacker budget.” On his first night in Bangkok, however, terrorist bombs explode and his plans begin to go awry. As he soon discovers, the grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the world.
This book is very raw and contains a lot of truth about both Thailand and life in general. It’s the kind of book that might have happened if Charles Bukowski had taken a trip to Thailand. It’s intended for adults and not for the faint of heart.
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My name is Sky Rota I’m 13 years old. I wrote my book to raise awareness about kids who have ADHD & dyslexia like me. Lots of us Learn differently and have been misunderstood in school & bullied for being different.
This is my story of being bullied by my classroom teachers when I was diagnosed with dyslexia & ADHD & my fight back. I’m trying to raise awareness so I can help other kids not go through what I went through and let them know they aren’t alone.
Look Mom, I’m the Dumest One in My Clas is the true story of nine-year-old Sky Rota, who during the fourth grade discovers he is severely dyslexic, a disorder Sky and his parents aren’t familiar with.
Sky and his parents quickly learn dyslexia comes with as many gifts as it does challenges. Hopeful that his school would be understanding and help him embrace and develop his unique methods of learning, they soon realized that they would have to fight for him. Instead of encouraging Sky, his teachers punish him for his “weaknesses.” His school saw his dyslexia as a disability as well, labeling him as different and an outsider.
Join Sky as he and his family learn just how reluctant the education system is to accommodate the many different types of learners it’s supposed to teach. His bittersweet but ultimately uplifting journey of acceptance will prove that dyslexia is not a hindrance or disability – it’s a gift.