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Broken Silence

"A Labor of Love...Informative, Insightful Reminiscences"---The Silent Film Monthly --

Author: Michael G. Ankerich

Publisher: McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 319

View: 684

"A Labor of Love...Informative, Insightful Reminiscences"---The Silent Film Monthly --

Broken Silence

The Love Side of Broken Silence is based on a severely broken relationship.
Once being in love, you feel things are so blissful to the point it's difficult to
imagine an epic fail. Imagine doing everything so perfect for someone to the point
it ...

Author: James R. Dixon

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1462072569

Category: Poetry

Page: 108

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"Broken Silence" presents a collection of very personal poems that get to the heart of who author James R. Dixon is and what he has to say. He believes that sometimes the quiet ones have the most to say, but getting others to hear them can be a problem. Being di erent can mean that you may nd yourself explaining your actions to others. Dixon has written Broken Silence to explain his feelings and emotions on many subjects that are important to him, as well as to change everyone's preconceived notions about him. After years of being persecuted by others who don't approve of him, "Broken Silence" is also his break-through collection explaining his thoughts and feelings on relationships and other personal issues. Divided into four sections covering love, emotions, resilience, and good, these verse seek to o er hope and inspiration to others who are struggling to nd themselves in the world. "Misery Loves Company" Third time is said to be a charm, but turned out that it wasn't So what do I make of dating you as I felt my time was a waste Good times were minimal, but then it becomes clear You were brought here to teach me a lesson About karma as they say what goes around comes around I've been around with you on more than one occasion"

Broken Silence

BROKEN. SILENCE. –. FOREWORD. BY. JUSTIN. MOORE. When an artist
creates a project, there is always room for discussion about the inspiration
behind the work. “Broken Silence” is Doug's ...

Author: Douglas Moore Jr

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1468581287

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 120

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Dougs third book of poetry Broken Silence is his trilogy of poetry, in which he returns to his roots of what inspired him to write. This collection of poems focuses on romance, heartbreak, family, motivation and dealing with the struggles that a person may encounter in life. The poems convey his feelings about how important loved ones are with the dedication poem to his mother, First Lady. The poem In Memory of You, was written for his Grandmother he lost to cancer. Doug discusses the joys of love and finding that connection with a person in his heartfelt poems Notice You and Falling For You. He also addresses the pain of losing a relationship in his poems I Remember When and Off The Market, where sometimes putting your heart on the line does not guarantee,a person will end up with the result that was being sought out. In addition, his poem U.G.L.Y. inspires people that no matter what the opinion others may have of a person, there is strength to overcome any insecurity to find the path of secure inner happiness. The poem In My World addresses the struggles and pains that he views others dealing with in terms of unemployment and how it is affecting the world. Dougs purpose in writing this book is to share his thoughts in a poetic form so others can see that no one is ever alone in feeling like the only outcast in the world. We are all unique in our own special way, and live every day as you are painting the world with your vision for everyone to see. Broken Silence will stimulate a persons mind and show that most valuable things in life primarily come from within and understanding others.

Broken Silence

Broken Silence May 2019 Copyright © 2019 by Felice Stevens EPUB Edition
Cover Art by Reese Dante Cover Photography by Eric McKinney Edited by Keren
Reed Copyediting and Proofreading provided by Flat Earth Editing Additional ...

Author: Felice Stevens

Publisher: Felice Stevens

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Category: Fiction

Page: 275

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Justin Molina has secrets. He’s served his time but remains a prisoner of his past, unable to forgive himself for failing his family when they needed him most. Justin’s grief is overwhelming, but he keeps silent and focuses on his goals. About to graduate college, he tries to keep his head above water—no matter how many times life keeps knocking him down. When he’s forced to register for a poetry-writing class, Justin discovers putting words to his feelings might be exactly what his fractured heart needs to heal. Or is it the older professor with the bow ties and gentle smile who gives him a chance when no one else will? Professor Foster Faraday Harding is a broken man. His divorce is final, and he’s reverted back to the safety of his books. Even his poetry no longer brings him joy; he’s sleepwalking through life. The raw emotion of Justin’s poetry awakens Foster to desires he thought long buried in the ashes of his marriage. When he discovers Justin is struggling financially, Foster offers him a solution that benefits both of them. Soon it’s Foster who’s struggling with emotions he can’t understand: Justin is his student. And a man. One crazy night years earlier doesn’t mean anything. Foster is straight. After months of denying the growing attraction between them, an unexpected kiss changes everything. Justin and Foster are no longer only professor and student—they’ve become lovers, but the strain of hiding their relationship increases with each passing day. Words have the power not only to hurt but to heal the greatest pain. If Foster and Justin listen to what their hearts are saying, they might break through their silence and live their own love poems—together.

Broken Silence

BROKEN SILENCE ROSS RICHDALE In a deathbed confession an old man,
Ivan Biermann, breaks a lifetime of silence and tells his granddaughter, Kim
Biermann his story. Part One:- 1945 Oberleutenant Ivan Biermann is a navy pilot
aboard ...

Author: Ross Richdale

Publisher: BookCountry

ISBN: 1463002203

Category: Fiction

Page: 1

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In a deathbed confession an old man, Ivan Biermann, breaks a lifetime of silence and tells his granddaughter, Kim Biermann his story. Part One:- 1945 Oberleutenant Ivan Biermann is a navy pilot aboard the German Raider Well-Reiter that has been ordered to surrender to New Zealand authorities at Bluff, the closest Allied port after the German surrender in May 1945. Instead it goes into a fiord where its secret cargo is unloaded and buried in a cave. After setting charges to blow up the Well-Reiter Korvettenkapitan Schwarz the Nazi political officer aboard forces Ivan to fly him to the North Island in the boat's floatplane. Ivan realises that once they land he will be killed. He puts his aeroplane into violent manoeuvres and his floatplane crashes in the Tararua Ranges. He survives and meets Sally who takes him in as a worker on her farm and he takes the identity as a Dutchman from Dutch East Indies. Later Ivan and Sally marry and keep silent about his true identity. Part Two:- 2012 Kim and her partner Troy set out to find her grandfather's floatplane. International terrorists become involved and Kim's life is in danger. Harry, an old friend of Ivan's helps but he is not who he seems to be. Kim travels to Fiordland to search for the cave. However, her home has been bugged and they arrive to find a North Korean submarine waiting. They also want the secret loot buried there for sixty years.

A Broken Silence

Ground-breaking for readers concerned with the dynamics of privilege, power, and inequality in contemporary America.

Author: Lena Wright Myers

Publisher: Information Age Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 9781593113858

Category: Education

Page: 136

View: 106

Ground-breaking for readers concerned with the dynamics of privilege, power, and inequality in contemporary America.

Broken Silence

“It's this way,” Tony assured her, as if he could read her mind. A hushed, almost
cave-like silence permeated the corridor. Not a single employee or patient was
anywhere to be seen. She directed her curiosity to the area around her,
searching ...

Author: Annslee Urban

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1460378962

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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SHE'S HIDING A DEADLY SECRET… …and someone wants to make sure Amber Talbot never reveals it. When she becomes the target of a car bomb and a home invasion, she gets the message loud and clear. If she tells anyone her secret, she will die. The person charged with protecting her is police detective Patrick Wiley—the fiancé she walked away from but never forgot. The same man she never wanted to tell about the attack that left her for dead. Back then Patrick couldn't save her. Now he must. Because the attacker has returned to finish what he started. Except this time he's got them both in his sights.

A Broken Silence

Author: Mandana Mazi

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1466979291

Category: Poetry

Page: 124

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The unique book is a mix of Christian poems and political poems. Meant to challenge people to think deeper into what it truly means to have close, loving relationship with God the creator. Also encourages people to search for the true living God. As well as trying to illustrate the nature of Islam and its negative effects on its believers. This is a genuinely compassionate poetry book and expresses the love that our Father God has for his children. Also, giving us some directions on how to praise the Lord so we can please him as well as enjoy the one-on-one relationship with him who is almighty. Some of the poems concentrate on the true nature of Allah, the God of Islam, and how it is influencing the nation of Iran.

Hidden Truths Broken Silence

This novel solidifies Christene's notion and belief that your impact must always be greater than your intention.

Author: Christene Lewis

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781777276003

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 206

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Broken Silence

A man who personally taught both Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby how to shoot at a moving target reveals explosive new information about the Kennedy assassination and the role of LBJ in the cover-up that followed. Original.

Author: Ray Brown

Publisher: Kensington Books

ISBN: 9780786003433

Category: Social Science

Page: 271

View: 756

A man who personally taught both Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby how to shoot at a moving target reveals explosive new information about the Kennedy assassination and the role of LBJ in the cover-up that followed. Original.

Broken Silence

A stranger just put Kelseys boyfriend in a coma.

Author: Helen Vivienne Fletcher

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780473396664

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A stranger just put Kelseys boyfriend in a coma. The worst part? She asked him to do it. Seventeen-year-old Kelsey is dealing with a lot an abusive boyfriend, a gravely ill mother, an absent father, and a confusing new love interest. After her boyfriend attacks her in public, a stranger on the end of the phone line offers to help. Kelsey pays little attention to his words, but the caller is deadly serious. Suddenly the people Kelsey loves are in danger, and only Kelsey knows it. Will Kelsey discover the identity of the caller before its too late?

Broken Silence

This is a book about being molested as a child and growing up in a home with domestic and alcohol abuse.

Author: Valerie M. Davis

Publisher: Xlibris Us

ISBN: 9781984567581

Category: Fiction

Page: 64

View: 270

This is a book about being molested as a child and growing up in a home with domestic and alcohol abuse. I go on to marry and have children of my own only to find myself subsequently in an unhealthy marriage. I knew I did not want my children growing up thinking that love was supposed to hurt.

Broken Silence

With a timeline, glossary, and comprehensive list of feminist organizations, this is a long overdue collection sure to inform and excite all those interested in feminism and Japan.

Author: Sandra Buckley

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520914681

Category: Social Science

Page: 324

View: 720

Broken Silence brings together for the first time many of Japan's leading feminists, women who have been bucking the social mores of a patriarchal society for years but who remain virtually unknown outside Japan. While Japan is often thought to be without a significant feminist presence, these interviews and essays reveal a vital community of women fighting for social change. Sandra Buckley's dialogues with poets, journalists, teachers, activists, and businesswomen exemplify the diversity of Japanese feminism: we meet Kanazumi Fumiko, a lawyer who assists women in a legal system that has long discriminated against them; Kora Rumiko, a poet who reclaims and redefines language to convey her experiences as a woman; Nakanishi Toyoko, founder of the Japanese Women's Bookstore; and Ueno Chizuko, a professor who has tackled such issues as pornography and abortion reform both in and out of the academy. These women speak to a host of issues—the politics of language, the treatment of women in medicine and law, the deeply entrenched role of women as mothers and caregivers, the future of feminism in Japan, and the relationship between Japanese feminists and "western" feminisms. Broken Silence will do much to dispel Western stereotypes about Japanese women and challenge North American attitudes about feminism abroad. With a timeline, glossary, and comprehensive list of feminist organizations, this is a long overdue collection sure to inform and excite all those interested in feminism and Japan.

Broken Silence

From the #1 international bestselling author of the Baltimore series comes a suspenseful novella featuring Assistant State’s Attorney Daphne Montgomery and Special Agent Joseph Carter.

Author: Karen Rose

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0698146573

Category: Fiction

Page: 82

View: 873

From the #1 international bestselling author of the Baltimore series comes a suspenseful novella featuring Assistant State’s Attorney Daphne Montgomery and Special Agent Joseph Carter. After a traumatic kidnapping, Daphne’s boss insists that she take time off. But she refuses to sit on the sidelines when she meets a six-year-old girl who the police call Angel. Angel hasn’t spoken a word since they found her four days ago next to a burned out car, frozen with shock, not far from the bodies of two adults who may or may not have been her parents. Joseph knows that helping Angel is exactly what Daphne needs right now. But when Daphne gets Angel to talk, a mysterious and chilling crime begins to unravel—one that drives Daphne into the darkest corners of her past as she and Joseph track a ruthless killer. Includes a preview of Watch Your Back

Broken Silence Black Hills Wolves 42

More than a decade before, when Paul was nothing but a child, fate dealt him a hand he couldn’t win.

Author: Jennifer Kacey

Publisher: Decadent Publishing

ISBN: 1613339631

Category: Fiction

Page: 80

View: 124

More than a decade before, when Paul was nothing but a child, fate dealt him a hand he couldn’t win. Silenced him forever for speaking out against the former Alpha, stole his destiny, and robbed him of his place in the pack. Presley Ginger, a tiny human female, couldn’t have been further from what he expected to walk into the bar and alter his future. But he couldn’t tell her anything about his wolf or his shift. Nothing. Bound by a direct order from the enforcer to keep her in the dark, his need for her would never see the light of day. Then the moon rose above him in the presence of his mate and changed everything. For years, in the background is where he stayed, unable to find his voice. Until his rainbow-haired mate showed up in the Black Hills—with the answer in her hands.

The Broken Silence

Many thanks to: Lubna Javed Shamsia Quraishi Bassam Javed For the insightful editing service they have rendered for this work.

Author: Mohammed Javed

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781525542084

Category: History

Page: 162

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At a time in history when fear of 'the other' has become commonplace, The Broken Silence is a timely book that shows a glimpse in the timeline of how Islam has been marginalized in society. It examines the impacts of economic sanctions on vulnerable populations and opens with an important essay by the author's daughter, published in the Huffington Post, that paints a bleak picture of the human costs of years of international sanctions against Iraq, including the deaths of over half a million children as reported by the United Nations. Her argument that desperate young people are driven to commit heinous acts of terror not out of religious fervour but as misguided reactions to injustices, is to this day, little recognized by politicians or the media. This powerful memoir explores the human cost of sanctions and the author's tireless efforts over many years to promote awareness and activism to have those sanctions lifted. Mohammed Javed's childhood and youth experiences instilled in him a commitment to compassion and caring. As the founder of I.LEAD (Islam. Learn. Engage. Achieve. Develop.), Mr. Javed brought together numerous groups and organizations to hold conferences to explore the many questions facing Muslims in the National Capital Region and beyond. Earlier, while living in Halifax, he became a regularly published op-ed writer. He also helped motivate Svend Robinson, then a Member of Parliament, to embrace the cause of lifting sanctions, and wrote many letters to the prime minister, cabinet ministers and interested MPs. Told with frank clarity and rounded out with copies of letters, emails, and articles, The Broken Silence explores the real causes of terrorism and its remedies. It also seeks to help non-Muslims to better understand this ancient religion and calls out to Muslims to explore the real values of Islam and regain its true spirit. Above all, it is a call for all ethnicities and religions to work collectively for a more peaceful, compassionate, and caring world for our children and grandchildren. Many thanks to: Lubna Javed Shamsia Quraishi Bassam Javed For the insightful editing service they have rendered for this work....

The Women of Totagadde

This book depicts one South Indian village during the fifty-year period when women’s education became a possibility—and then a reality.

Author: Helen E. Ullrich

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137599693

Category: Social Science

Page: 252

View: 415

This book depicts one South Indian village during the fifty-year period when women’s education became a possibility—and then a reality. Despite illiteracy, religious ritual marking them as inferior, and pre-pubertal marriages, the daughters and granddaughters of the silent, passive women of the 1960s have morphed into assertive, self-confident millennial women. Helen E. Ullrich considers the following questions: can education alter the perception of women as inferior and forever childlike? What happens when women refuse the mantle of socialized passivity? Throughout The Women of Totagadde, Helen Ullrich pushes us to consider how women’s lives and society at large have been altered through education.

Broken Silence

As I write my way to peace of mind, my pain and transgressions have blessed someone every day. My silence has been broken; let me come and walk alongside you as I reveal the reality of my life's journey!

Author: Laketra Empy

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781524575779

Category: Poetry

Page: 48

View: 156

The depth of my life's diary, being trapped in bondage for thirty-six years with no way out because of my experience with the afflictions of ailments, single parenting, triumphs, and deceit, has generated an exceptional gift of writing through God's favor. My writing is now my voice and touches all who have also experienced similar adversities. As I write my way to peace of mind, my pain and transgressions have blessed someone every day. My silence has been broken; let me come and walk alongside you as I reveal the reality of my life's journey!

Broken Silence the Unraveling Truth

Broken Silence: The Unraveling Truth chronicles the life of Tasharae Nicholson, a young, Christian woman who has emerged from the mess with a powerful message of restoration.

Author: Tasharae Nicholson

Publisher:

ISBN: 9789769641402

Category:

Page: 144

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Broken Silence: The Unraveling Truth chronicles the life of Tasharae Nicholson, a young, Christian woman who has emerged from the mess with a powerful message of restoration. Shattered by devastating spiritual and sexual encounters which left her on the verge of insanity, she recounts how God called and guided her towards an expected end amidst the psychological trauma. Once broken, now healed, she is finally breaking the silence which has suppressed her for years. Tasharae bares her soul by sharing personal details from her life's journey in anticipation that her words will encourage and empower someone who has had similar experiences. Having emerged from brokenness to birthing, she attributes her recovery and transition to the power of the Holy Spirit. What do you do when your safe haven becomes your battlefield? What if the one thing you valued most was prematurely snatched from you? Where do you find God in the midst of suffering? The silence has been broken and her truth may actually set you free.