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Latoya S Life

Author : Latoya Ali
ISBN : 1633534197
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Nearly 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube. Extremely loyal and devoted fan network to LaToya Forever channel. Her gift of connecting with people Her over-the-top persona and style is catching the attention of many Internet users, industry movers and shakers, and most recently, BPMtv."

Life Will Take You There

Author : Latoya Marshall
ISBN : 9781493185665
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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My second book is a lot more detail of my first book. Life will take part 2 is more of my learning experiences as an adult. How I lost my son to the system for two days and how I got him back. How happiness comes with people who envy you, which brings misery. How The outcome of returning to my mother has been and how our relationship sometimes clashes because of the past. Learning myself and acknowledging the bitterness I had from my past I carried with me to my future. How church has helped me stay positive despite what’s going on around me. Book # 2 ready or not its here! Muah

No More Settling

Author : Latoya S Kight
ISBN : 1942650752
Genre : Religion
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GET READY TO LIVE HAPPY, HEALTHY, AND WHOLE! Clearly, we try our own way before we believe God knows best. Our own decisions cause us to fall. Thankfully there is a thing called grace. This book tells a story that will prayerfully bring about deliverance. No More Settling isn't just a book. It's a way of life! Go grab what belongs to you!

La Toya

Author : La Toya Jackson
ISBN : 0451174151
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Reveals how colossal success took a toll on the entire Jackson family, with frank descriptions of bouts with child abuse, domestic violence, and the exploitation of the recording industry

Dorothy Peace In The Storm Publishing Presents

Author : Latoya S. Watkins
ISBN : 0982967217
Genre : Fiction
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Child psychologist Chocolate Campbell learned self-hate early in life. At six-years-old she knew that her sea green eyes and silky golden hair, set her apart from her sisters-her beautiful black sisters in the eyes of the only father she knew. The product of an adulterous affair, as an adult Chocolate finds herself in turmoil of whether to forgive the man who rejected her and her biracial features while accepting his legitimate daughters. While reminiscing on a past of longing for the same love from her father that her sisters received, Chocolate is also reminded of how his rejection, anger, and drunkenness resulted in the death of two of her siblings. Undercover detective Danni Campbell doesn't want to know love. She has seen too much hate to consider giving herself-her heart over to a man the way she witnessed her father give his to her mother only to end up with more pain and regret than anyone she knew. She dates men that are already taken and lets no one close enough to her heart to break it. When she meets Sikander, who is a far cry from conventional ideas of "handsome," her footing becomes shaky and she finds herself seeking her true identity in him. She battles with sticking to her vow to never love or letting go and falling head first into the unknown. From a prison cell in East Texas, James Ray Campbell serves time for the murder of his daughters. Dying from cancer and seeking absolution from Chocolate, he attempts to reappear in her life through letters and messages from Danni. As the sisters face their pasts, embrace the present, and look forward to their futures; a sibling bond is built, held onto and threatened in a major way. In order to heal completely, Chocolate has to reevaluate the past and determine whether it is too late for her to forgive her father and give him a chance to make good on promises he never made, let alone, tried to keep.

Starting Over

Author : La Toya Jackson
ISBN : 9781451620597
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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La Toya Jackson was always closer to Michael than anyone knew. In this heartfelt memoir, she pays tribute to his tortured soul, revealing the intimate moments she shared with the deeply troubled pop legend. The first sibling to arrive at the hospital after Michael was rushed there, and the informant on his death certificate, La Toya noticed suspicious details and demanded a second autopsy. For the first time, she unveils shocking behind-the-scenes dealings that she believes led to her brother's death, and she provides unprecedented insight into the destruction of one of the most dynamic artist/performers in history.

My Worst Nightmare

Author : Latoya Graham
ISBN : 0999848704
Genre : Poetry
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With eyes wide open using the vessel of poetry, Latoya Graham walks you through the darkness of her nightmares, allowing the courage she received from Jesus to set her free. This book is her writing debut.

Starting Over

Author : Tony Parsons
ISBN : 9780007364909
Genre : Fiction
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This is the story of how we grow old – how we give up the dreams of youth for something better – and how many chances we have to get it right.

Seasons Inside The Walls

Author : Latoya Lane Phd
ISBN : 1478781440
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 72. 17 MB
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Throughout the years, countless self-help books have saturated the globe, satiating people's innate desire to seek enlightenment for a better understanding of oneself. Seasons is a unique self-help experience for people living in the American prison system. With daily thought-provoking questions, Seasons helps readers confront their insecurities and personal challenges as they face life within the penal system. - Tiffany S. Carter

Scars That Never Heal

Author : Latoya B. McPherson
ISBN : 9781481754576
Genre : Self-Help
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There is no greater suffering than carrying the weight of an untold offense. Scars That Never Heal is an account of a woman who kept her abuse and attempted sexual assault a secret in fear of destroying her family. It is the story of Carol Carter, emotionally scarred by her mother’s behavior and a frequent nightmare of a childhood incident, Carol talks about her life as a child and as an adult. Hurt, tears, and forgiveness creates the journey of this woman who desperately searches for a way to heal the wounds of her past. In Scars That Never Heal, Latoya McPherson provides excerpts of experiences, such as abuse, adoption, the loss of a loved one, and divorce that leave some people psychologically scarred. Drawn by discussions and research, the author offers practical suggestions for recovery from emotional scars. Using biblical scriptures as the foundation, Ms. McPherson also provides clear explanations about generational curses, healing, forgiveness, and much more.

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