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“Every successful piece of nonfiction should leave the reader with one provocative thought that they didn’t have before.”
~ William Zinsser
IS THERE LIFE AFTER?
Setting out on her adventures, Angie is best described as endearingly tragic as she gives a truly laugh-out-loud account of what could possibly go wrong when her long-term marriage comes to an end. Extolling the many pitfalls of being single is no laughing matter, and being thrown into the dating arena is even worse.
When curiosity to view a certain piece of the male anatomy takes priority, bedlam unfolds. Angie’s journey will leave you in fits of laughter while raising your eyebrows in absolute disdain.
Taking you from “Hell No” to “Hell Yes,” this two-part true story taps into a range of emotions as you travel along with Angie on her voyage of self-discovery. A captivating exposé of courage and raw honesty in finding a new beginning when life takes a nosedive, this compelling portrayal of compassion gives insight into the weakest and strongest moments of what it is to be human.
You will fall in love with Angie and won’t be able to stop turning the pages!
Many men would love to be a father, but what happens when their dream doesn’t work out? The unexpected loss experienced by men who do not become dads, for whatever reason, remains largely unacknowledged by society. In this ground-breaking and no-holds-barred exploration, the journalist Robert Nurden goes on a journey through his own hurt and regret, unravelling the complexities of life as a childless-not-by-choice man. Robert’s story is accompanied by a series of remarkable testimonies from other childless men who add their powerful voices to his, creating a sense of belonging and community. At once hard-hitting, humorous and vulnerable, I Always Wanted To Be A Dad shines a much-needed light on men without children. With this invaluable book, Robert ultimately uncovers the hope that is discovered in acceptance, and the realisation that a rich and fulfilling life can still lie in wait.
That's how Astrid Clarke views her family, especially her father, Richard Clarke. She knew her family was different. She heard her friends telling stories full of hugs, kisses, and encouraging words. That's a far cry from Astrid's world and one she could only dream of. Growing tired of the constant abuse, Astrid decided to fight back. Determined to make a better life for herself, she rebels against her abusive parents, braving their punishments and threats. In doing so, she found a wellspring of inner strength she never thought she had and realised she would walk away from them unbroken.