Would you like to be able to communicate with more clarity and bring about more balance to your mind, body and spirit?Would you like to be able to enrich your life and find more love and success?Anthony Morales’ new self-help book, If I Could Tell Her, takes you on a journey of exploration, both to the past and to your present, to reveal the path to happiness and success, in both your private and work life.It doesn’t matter what your relationship status is, what sexuality you are, how much you earn, your stage of life or when you started, this book will provide the tools for success with chapters that include:Ø ‘The Thought Master’ secrets to communicating love with quality time
Ø Affirmative words
Ø GiftsØ Acts of service
Ø Physical touch
Ø The roots of rejection
Ø And much more…By reading it you can improve relationships, including the one you share with God, through a narrative of personal essays.Anthony Morales applied the principles of vulnerability to transform the way he lived, loved, healed, partnered and parented, and now you can do the same by learning it through his breakthrough program, THE THOUGHT MASTER.Get a copy of ‘If I Could Tell Her’ today and see what it will do for your life

Up from Where We’ve Come is the true story about music legend Charles Wright as a young boy long before he gained his musical status. Charles Wright writes about his childhood and his family’s trials and tribulations on a cotton plantation.The owner of the plantation is Edward Miles, a cruel sharecropper who uses his unfair advantage to dominated Charles’ family. Miles owned 400 acres of land, and he made the family work 40 acres of his plot. Naturally, such a responsibility required an oversized family, which, at the time, was a sharecropper’s dream.Charles’ father worked closely with Miles to reinforce poor working conditions and punishments for those who did not meet production expectations. The implications of poverty drove Charles’ father to develop a habit of taking his personal frustrations out on him.At the critical age of eight, Charles’ father demanded he pick no less than a hundred pounds of cotton a day in which he could not deliver. Failure to comply with orders meant harsh whippings which were continuous and daily even after the family relocated to California.During the late 1940s and early 1950s, Charles’ parents decided to leave the cotton industry for good. They plotted a scheme to leave the plantation, where they moved into Clarksdale. However, Miles was not so willing to let go of his workers. The old sharecropper was relentless in making life difficult for Charles’ family. In an effort to dash the dreams of the family, Miles used his influence among other white Southerners to deny Charles’ father employment. Trapped in a desperate bid for survival amidst economic despair, the family was constantly at a breaking point.Up from Where We’ve Come details the true life stories of Charles Wright and his family; their one incident after another; their numerous trials and tribulations; and their harsh mind manipulations labeled “SHARE CROP MENTALITY” still present even today.But how did they get away? Charles’ mother sought help from her oldest daughter, who had already moved out of the state. But before then, the narrative takes many twists and turns. Yet, in the end, it has a surprisingly pleasant way of resolving itself despite overwhelming odds.Up from Where We’ve Come reveals the determination of the human spirit and its’ will to always find a way to prevail. It is a testimony of brain wash that even free in California, the “SHARE CROP MENTALITY” kept them enslaved to the brutal beatings. Yet, Charles Wright prevails!Currently Available at Amazon and KindleContactCharles Wright today to order your copy of UP From Where We’ve Come. Charles proudly writes for audiences nationwide, with emphasis in California.

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