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Creative Retirement for Women is a solution based guide for the most common problems of retirement for women and couples. The book provides practical solutions for a wide variety of difficult retirement topics. As a therapist, the author's focus is to help you discover your personal traits and interests for designing your individual plan for maximum benefit....
Bruce MacAlister is a West Texas cowboy. The genuine article, he was born and raised in a large, loving family in the Texas Panhandle. As a boy, he dreamed of two things – training top-notch cutting horses and starting a family of his own. Tall and handsome, Bruce has plenty of opportunities to connect with women, but he is growing weary of casual relationships. As he gets ready to move back to the Texas Panhandle, he knows the opportunities for finding the right woman will soon be few and far between. Just as he has resigned himself to being everybody's favorite bachelor uncle, he meets Abby....
Roxanne Payne is the star of the Tournament, a game show that allows its audience of millions to feel what the contestants feel. Only Roxanne doesn't feel much since the teenage trauma of her mother's suicide, which is what makes her the Queen of Pain. Retired Met police detective, Tom Barlow, is hired to keep her alive when death threats turn real, and in the process, Roxanne becomes his deadly obsession. But is he willing to risk everything to keep her alive?
Set in a dystopian near future, Tom Barlow's life is split apart as he tracks killers, protects the woman he loves and re-discovers the man he used to be. Across eighteen days – in a parallel story to the one depicted in Dead Poor – Tom's life becomes entwined with that of Alexandria (Lex) de Montford, in a world of deceit, double-cross and death. Is she angel or demon? Is Tom all that he pretends to be? And will Roxanne find freedom or death as she approaches the final show?...
"1st Place" ─ 2017 Texas Association of Authors Award ─ Fiction, Inspirational
"Best Book" ─ 2016 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award ─ Fiction, Inspirational
"The Winner" ─ 2016 Beverly Hills Book Awards ─ Fiction, Religion
"Award Winner" ─ 2016 London Book Festival ─ Fiction, Spiritual / Religious
"Award Winner" ─ 2016 Great Midwest Book Festival ─ Fiction, Spiritual
"Readers' Favorite" 2016 Award ─ 5 Stars
Is there an afterlife? How powerful and predictive can intuition be, especially in children? Have you ever been visited by an angel? Have you ever had a “visitation dream”? If you are intrigued by inspirational, thought-provoking books, you will become deeply engaged by The Girl Who Could Read Hearts.
This award-winning novel was inspired by a vivid dream from one of Sherry's deceased sisters. Not just conjecture, many of protagonist Kate's mystical incidents, such as the segments of the story that embrace death, are based on the author's personal experiences.
The compelling storyline explores issues relevant to many of today's socio-economic woes: prejudice, abuse, eating disorders, and limiting belief systems. It delves into the mysteries of death and of angels, plus intuition, finding God in all, and true love.
Born gifted with a rare seventh sense—the ability to read human hearts coupled with keen intuition—protagonist Kate Kindrick struggles to understand her capabilities. She is often bewildered by her unique perceptions combined with seeing symbols and panoplies of color in people s hearts.
Kate's parents fear that their young daughter suffers from delusional psychosis. Their concerns are intensified by her claims that she has conversations with an angel. Yet it's her naiveté of the intuitive signs that augur trouble.
“Sherry Maysonave's ability to juxtapose inner and outer worlds for a maximum sense of impact and her realistic portrayal of a youngster's world make for satisfying blends of extraordinary and ordinary experiences. Highly recommended.” Midwest Book Review
“The Girl Who Could Read Hearts is a delightful, inspiring novel. In a world that seems to be getting darker, Maysonave creates a little child to help us focus on the beauty of our planet, and to help us let the light in.” Net Galley
“Sherry is a talented writer who is able to create a multitude of unique, developed characters in a relatively short book. Through Kate, the book's protagonist, Sherry succeeds in portraying the depth of feeling, thought and intuition that children possess, as well as (comically) how it is overlooked and misinterpreted by adults.” Amazon