My Life Across the Table: Stories from a Psychic's Life

My Life Across the Table: Stories from a Psychic's Life

My Life Across the Table: Stories from a Psychic's Life by Karen Page
Llewellyn Publications | 2013 | ISBN: 0738735817 | EPUB | 426.9KB


Acclaimed psychic Karen Page shares the most inspiring, uplifting, and unforgettable stories from her extraordinary career. In this book, you will find true accounts of love affairs gone wrong and relationships that last; premonitions of success and of death; juicy details of celebrities, socialites, and even mobsters. These stories from real people are life lessons in disguise, giving you new perspectives on your relationships, your career, and your spirit.


A naturally gifted psychic and a deeply compassionate soul, Karen reveals what it’s like to grow up psychic, knowing what the future holds for both loved ones and complete strangers. She shares insights on the question of fate versus free will, and whether or not a psychic should tell a client if she sees death or other devastating experiences ahead. These true stories include the author’s account of meeting famed psychic Peter Hurkos and living in a house haunted by the ghosts of Hollywood showgirls.


The Notes: Ronald Reagan's Private Collection

The Notes: Ronald Reagan's Private Collection

The Notes: Ronald Reagan's Private Collection of Stories and Wisdom
HarperCollins | 2011 | ISBN: 0062065130 | EPUB | 1.36MB


Ronald Reagan left behind a legacy that America will never forget. Now, in this one-of-a-kind collection of his most intimate thoughts, his favorite quotations by others, and his own most collectible jokes, all culled from a newly disclosed set of personal notecards he kept throughout his life and career, fans and admirers of the fortieth president will find a unique window of insight into the soul of an American icon.


Edited by Douglas Brinkley, editor of #1 New York Times bestseller The Reagan Diaries, this indispensible Reagan retrospective is perfect for fathers, graduates, and anyone looking to find inspiration in the thoughts and musingsof a great American leader.


Gore Vidal

Gore Vidal

Gore Vidal by Fred Kaplan
Bloomsbury | 2012 | ISBN: 1408840723 | EPUB | 4.82MB


Novelist, culture critic, essayist, historian, comic satirist, image maker, actor, homosexual, bisexual, controversial, confrontational - finding words to describe Gore Vidal is never difficult. And yet, an accurate picture of this multifaceted chameleon has eluded us until now. This book provides a biography of a literary icon.


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