Description : NOT BORN A CRIME: The True Shocking Story of the Naughtiest Child on Earth "SHUT UP!" Giant uncle commanded. Jennifer was in class when he was lured to his office as if he wanted to send him an errand as he usually does at home. He whipped his back mercilessly but he was too strong and stubborn to cry. The principal, staff, and teachers rushed out of their offices while the students peeped through the windows to watch what was happening. She pleaded with giant uncle as blood stains his red and white school uniform, but he continued walking to the classroom as he kept flogging him while saying he''s a stubborn child, then the cane vanished on his body. While in class, Jennifer stared at him in pity but couldn''t say a word. Could there a secret love agenda in her heart? Or is he still resentful of what she did to him some time ago? It was a disaster to recall. But why would she grab this **** and tried to rape him at the market after all she did to him? Is it because it''s big? Or is it love? Good, bad, naughty and ugly things happened. And for a second, you''d wonder if life is truly unfair or fair with him and his parents. The crazy childhood journey of how he was a nice guy in Africa and women rejected him, but became a bad boy in Singapore, Asia, and women loved him, then finally became a beast of no nation after he found a secret no one told him about women, life, education, and sex. This book is simply described with the acronym: THE DRAMAS which means: Trouble Hurt Eroticà Dreams Romance Action Marriage Affection Success. His life unfolds in staccato rhythm and crescendos like African music and its dexterity to surge cuts across continents. Boundaries were broken, people were offended. And risks were as sweet as pains. Who doesn''t love pain or poverty? They''re precious gifts to humanity for those with foresight and not willing to lose sight of their ambitions and future''s aspirations. Starting from the bottom, escaping death, falling in love, making love, keeping love and being successful are some of the best stories anyone could ever tell. It''s better you drop this book now than continue reading. You''ll be offended along the line. Be warned! This is a true story of a naughty, poor, skinny and stubborn African child from a small village called Kalima. He had big dreams and at age 10, he told his mom his dreams, but she and his dad had different plans for him. He was not intelligent, but was street-smart and technically endowed until the following happened -- The Stubborn Dreamer. He was and still is, the naughtiest child in the world. A very stubborn and troublesome kid, but with gifts to excel in whatever he lays his hands on. He loves to fight in school and off school as a kid. It''s his hobby. A girl on skirt spreads her legs wide without panties while they were playing and he saw something in-between her legs. He was curious, so he did this...read on and watch the full story unfold. The stubborn and naughty journey of an African child and how he wrote a love letter to a girl, Jennifer, his classmate, and what happened next when she got the letter will shock you. This is a true story by Steven Kalima as he shares it in his words. Be ready to be entertained, laugh, get pissed off and at the end say, "What? Like seriously? How did he do it? Is he okay? Maybe he needs a mental re-evaluation." Note: This is more than a love story. It''s a harsh and erotic journey filled with lessons for boys, girls, men, and women. ★BONUS★ Click the BUY NOW button and purchase the Paperback version today and you''ll get the Kindle version 100% FREE★ Take action right now by scrolling up and getting yourself a book that will entertain you and at the same time teach you something new today - Not Born a Crime.
Description : It’s 2005 and Sam Woods had been retired from the FBI for ten years and lived a quiet life in Florida. Then a book called A Killer’s Tale was published by author Allan Stein and became a best seller. Sam went on the hunt again when he learned that this best seller contained clues to a serial killer. The same serial killer called the October Slayer that taunted Sam back in the 1960s when he was a FBI Agent. But there’s a problem, Allan died after the book got published. So Sam dusted off his detective skills and conducted his own investigation into the identity of that serial killer he failed to capture so many years ago. His final discovery of the true identity of the October Slayer also revealed another a shocking truth that went unknown since the 1960s.
Description : The truthful Man . . . falsely accused. The innocent Man . . . illegally tried and wrongly convicted. The gentle Man . . . who suffered punishment few could imagine, much less endure. The murdered Man . . . who forgave His own merciless killers. The divine Man . . . who died as a common criminal. The willing Man . . . who gave His life for others. The ordinary Man . . . who was, in fact, the extraordinary Son of God. The pathway Jesus took to the cross of Calvary is commonly called "the Passion." This sorrowful path weaved through soul-wrenching prayers and illicit deals made in shadowy darkness. It descended into corrupted courts bereft of justice and circled by prejudiced rulers stripped of power. On this pathway of His passion, Jesus paused for a torturous scourging and plodded on doggedly to a horrific death on a hillside called the Skull. But why? In this incredible, historically accurate account, you will come face to face with Jesus-the Man of Sorrows. If you're honest, you'll find the amazing answer to why . . . and you'll change. When you stop long enough to look, to think, to imagine, and to truly Behold the Man, you'll never be the same again. Chuck Swindoll leads us through a detailed examination of the events surrounding Jesus as he follows the winding pathway of his passion to the cross. This story-based investigation of the last week of Jesus's life-from the Last Supper to his death-focuses on "Why?" And in his Epilogue to this powerful, insightful book, Swindoll clearly explains to the unchurched and non-Christian reader why Jesus was willing to walk this sacrificial path to die-he did it for them. Releasing simultaneously with Mel Gibson's stirring movie The Passion of The Christ, Swindoll's book provides Christians an excellent evangelistic follow-up tool to give to their unchurched or non-Christian friends and families who see the film. As Chuck said after a private viewing of the movie, "You'll never be the same again." And Behold . . . the Man will help ensure that fact.
Description : So, what would you do if a blow to the head ended your marriage, career, and middle class life, andleft youno choice but to retire to a trailer park by the beach next to Mexico, to become a rookie writer on a pittance? "Pennies-Fun-Heaven!" is the answer that turns poverty's grind into a satisfied grin. This book is the collaboration oftwo parts of mind divided by that blow. Gerald, the retired psychologist, gives the straight savings scoopin the chapters. Dr. Juan (Trafton Schmeltanzinger) appends one of his nonfriction twists, like this, to each: What to do in your trailer park daze. Self-sex and dating. Cruise writing treat trips. Verbal nuggets in the park gutter. Trailer Park Shrink Q & A. Healthy habits you can'tfind the time for. And zany ways to pinchpennies. "Pennies-Fun-Heaven!" wags the slap-happy tale of the priceless life ofa Trailer Park Shrink that you can apply to your present life anywhere.
Description : This is the first book to celebrate the life and writing of one of the most charismatic Southern leaders of the middle twentieth century, Don West (1906-1992). West was a poet, a pioneer advocate for civil rights, a preacher, a historian, a labor organizer, a folk-music revivalist, an essayist, and an organic farmer. He is perhaps best known as an educator, primarily as cofounder of the Highlander Folk School in Tennessee and founder of the Appalachian South Folklife Center in West Virginia. In his old age, West served as an elder statesman for his causes. No Lonesome Road allows Don West to speak for himself. It provides the most comprehensive collection of his poetry ever published, spanning five decades of his literary career. It also includes the first comprehensive and annotated collection of West's nonfiction essays, articles, letters, speeches, and stories, covering his role at the forefront of Southern and Appalachian history, and as a pioneer researcher and writer on the South's little-known legacy of radical activism. Drawing from both primary and secondary sources, including previously unknown documents, correspondence, interviews, FBI files, and newspaper clippings, the introduction by Jeff Biggers stands as the most thorough, insightful biographical sketch of Don West yet published in any form. The afterword by George Brosi is a stirring personal tribute to the contributions of West and also serves as a thoughtful reflection on the interactions between the radicals of the 1930s and the 1960s. The best possible introduction to his extraordinary life and work, this annotated selection of Don West's writings will be inspirational reading for anyone interested in Southern history, poetry, religion, or activism.