Ocean of dreams
Author: Patricia Hagan
Publisher: Meteor Pub Corp
Ocean of Dreams
Author: Eva Mae (Greeno) Potts
Anna’s Ocean of Dreams is book two in the continuing story of Anna. As in book one, No Time for Tears, it is also set in down east Maine. Growing up in hard and hungry times with an angry, abusive father and without a mother from age three left its mark on Anna. Enduring the cold Maine winters without enough warm clothing and never enough food to eat would leave its mark on anyone. All these things made Anna dream of a better life—a life in which she was determined that her own children would never have to endure these hardships or suffer the way she had. To fulfill these dreams Anna would have to move many mountains with much heartache along the way but she did it willingly for the love of her children. This is a story of great faith and courage, especially in times of extreme difficulties and unbelievable grief. Everyone should read this story, and then perhaps we would all realize that when we learn to depend on God, there is always light at the end of the darkness!
Ocean of Dreams
Author: Lori Liddic Floerchinger
Publisher: America Star Books
Ocean of Dreams
Author: Rick Ferguson
When a relationship goes bad, a man does not always head out to get drunk with mates. Sometimes he sits home and writes poetry.Women, ever wonder if men really hurt when they walk out your door for the last time?Men, you know how you feel. You know how difficult it is to express yourself. After all, you don¿t want to look foolish, especially in front of the woman you still love.This is a collection of poetry from a man who wasn¿t scared of looking foolish. With his words, he hopes to convey to men it is okay to love, lose, and get back on your feet in preparation that the next woman will be the one. His words will show that a man can hurt much more than what the eyes can see.Take one dose of a poem a day. Apply to an open wound. Healing is slow, but maybe the scar will be easier to live with.
Sea of Dreams
Author: Dennis Nolan
A wordless picture book featuring a sandcastle that is surprisingly full of life.
Our dreams fascinate us as individuals and as a society. What do surveys report people dream about? How about the dreams of the blind? The mentally ill? What does research show about the possibility of dream telepathy? How did the ancient people view dreams? This wide-ranging book also discusses such topics as REM studies, the effects of experimental stimulation on dream content, research on dreams and creativity, symbolism, and nightmares. The book explores a number of techniques used to analyze dreams, illustrating these approaches with dream examples and case studies.
The Pull of Dreams
Author: T.R. Quiñones
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Mankind was not meant to interfere with the nature of Dream Realm. But what is Dream Realm? Scholars of old could sense it, but not explain it. Plato touched on it in his Theory of Forms, but the best he could achieve was a dubious narrative. The Ancient Egyptians tried to catalogue it, but came up short in their Book of Dreams. The I Ching,the Chinese Book of Changes, came surprisingly close to pin pointing it, but its clarity was lost to the test of time. Its defi ning nature is Chaos and Enlightenment. Composed entirely from the sum of mankinds desires and the totality of his imagination, Dream Realm is potential unrealized. Where our creativity is born and nurtured. Where the constraints of our naivet is broken, allowing our minds to glimpse at what could have been. A Perfect Paradise. Dream Realm is the balance to our waking world. But in his hubris, mankind has compromised that balance. There are cracks and fi ssures along the wall that divide us. The pressure is building and the dam is about to burst. The fate of all that is, and all that might have been, has fallen on the shoulders of one man. Daniel. The Dream Warden.
For Lela White, a Houston sleep lab technician, sleep doesn't come easy-there's a price to be paid for a poor night's sleep, and she's the judge, jury, and executioner.Everyone around Lela considers her a private woman with a passion for her lab work. But nighttime reveals her for what she is: a woman on a critical secret mission. Lela lives in the grip of a mental disorder that compels her to break into astronauts' homes to ensure they can sleep well and believes that by doing so, she keeps the revitalized U.S. space program safe from fatal accidents. What began at the age of ten when her mother confessed to blowing up the space shuttle has evolved into Lela's life's work. She dreads the day when an astronaut doesn't pass her testing, but she's prepared to kill for the greater good.When Zory Korchagin, a Russian cosmonaut on loan to the U.S. shuttle program, finds himself drawn to Lela, he puts her carefully-constructed world at risk of an explosion as surely as he does his own upcoming launch. As Lela's universe unravels, no one is safe.PRAISE FOR THE TRAJECTORY OF DREAMS: "The Trajectory of Dreams is unsettling, beautifully written, and truly original. In Lela White, Nicole Wolverton has created one of the most haunting characters in contemporary fiction. This is a remarkable debut." -"Emily St. John Mandel, author of THE LOLA QUARTET, THE SINGER'S GUN, and LAST NIGHT IN MONTREAL""This novel is a free dive into the bottomless ocean of insanity. With every chapter, every kick of the fins, you're sucked in deeper as the darkness mounts and the pressure builds. And like the ocean, The Trajectory of Dreams gives up its secrets grudgingly, so you'll continually be stunned as the protagonist, Lela, falls to her inevitable implosion." -"Mike Mullin, author of ASHFALL and ASHEN WINTER."
Ship of Dreams
Author: Dean Morrissey
Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated
Trying to stay awake to see the sandman, a young boy finds himself sailing the star-filled night sky with him.
City of Dreams
Author: Tyler Anbinder
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
"Told brilliantly, even unforgettably ... An American story, one that belongs to all of us." — Boston Globe “A richly textured guide to the history of our immigrant nation’s pinnacle immigrant city has managed to enter the stage during an election season that has resurrected this historically fraught topic in all its fierceness.” — New York Times Book Review New York has been America’s city of immigrants for nearly four centuries. Growing from Peter Minuit’s tiny settlement of 1626 to a clamorous metropolis with more than three million immigrants today, the city has always been a magnet for transplants from all over the globe. City of Dreams is the long-overdue, inspiring, and defining account of New York’s immigrants, both famous and forgotten: the young man from the Caribbean who relocated to New York and became a founding father; Russian-born Emma Goldman, who condoned the murder of American industrialists as a means of aiding downtrodden workers; Dominican immigrant Oscar de la Renta, who dressed first ladies from Jackie Kennedy to Michelle Obama. Over ten years in the making, Tyler Anbinder’s story is one of innovators and artists, revolutionaries and rioters, staggering deprivation and soaring triumphs. In so many ways, today’s immigrants are just like those who came to America in centuries past—and their stories have never before been told with such breadth of scope, lavish research, and resounding spirit. “A masterful achievement, City of Dreams is the definitive account of the American origin story, as told through our premier metropolis. Bold, exhaustive, always surprising, Anbinder’s book is a wonderful reminder of how we came to be who we are.” — Timothy Egan, best-selling author of The Immortal Irishman
Revealing how dreams influence such things as memory, health, and relationships, a guide to making positive changes by identifying dream messages also explains how to reconnect with departed loved ones through dreams.