Lessons After Dark: Isabel Cooper
Lessons After Dark:Sourcebooks Casablanca Isabel Cooper
Nuclear power has long been touted as the energy saviour in terms of environmental impact and capacity generation. The incident at Chernobyl nearly 30 years ago cast huge doubts over the safety - and wisdom - of relying on nuclear power too heavily. The recent Fukushima disaster raised the spectre of nuclear safety and the possibly horrendous fallout and consequences from a major nuclear accident for the world to consider and worry about all over again. Marcovici was born in 1969 in Vienna, he became interested in technology, especially electronics and mathematics, at the age of seven. By 12, he had worked as a programmer, and quit school at 17. He then started his first business in the financial field, publishing analysis on the financial markets a stock newsletter and managing funds, . From 1995 on he was the publisher of werk-zeug, a technology and art magazine, as well as streetfashion, a magazine featuring fashionable people on the streets of the world. He was also active as a software developer and inventor. Marcovici holds international patents for climbing equipment, bicycle gears, trading systems and electronic payment systems In 2001 Marcovici started to publish books on various polarizing topics from gun laws over finance, technology, society and much more. Marcovici is usually working together with bloggers and experts to give the reader a good overview over the topic from different angles and point of views.
After Life Lessons: Book One: L.C. Spoering
After Life Lessons: Book Two: Laila Blake, L.C. Spoering
After Life Lessons: The Interlude: Laila Blake, L.C. Spoering
After Life Lessons: Book One: L.C. Spoering, Laila Blake
A personal history of my very own battle with cancer. Ten lessons I learned after battling with cancer twice at the age of 25. Being diagnosed with cancer can really break you down, especially in a case like mine. I have two children, who at the time were only three and five years old - a very difficult situation to explain and quite difficult to understand. I remember waiting in the doctor´s room for the report with the results from my last surgery, a report that changed my life and put an end to a very unforgettable experience. People often require a lot of time to process something like this. Some break down in tears, while others go into a state of denial and disbelief. However, sooner or later, everyone comes to terms with it. It is what you do after that realization which is the most important step. I am a survivor, a very proud and happy one, having fought cancer twice before I turned 25 years old. In June 2013, I was diagnosed with cancer. The doctors told me that I had a tumor in the lower abdomen. Thankfully for me, the diagnosis was made on time and the tumor had not grown so much that a simple surgery would do it (as per the doctor). The treatment that followed was pretty straight forward, and soon my life returned to normal. However, it wasn´t the end of the story for me. Because in March 2014, a scan revealed that I had now a metastasis from the previous cancer, but this time, it targeted the lower lobe of my left lung, measuring about eight centimeters. This revelation really had a massive impact on me. The doctors did not have an answer. It literally felt like the entire world was dropped on my shoulders. But inside, I felt that this new cancer was a result of the poor diet, stress, and my overall lifestyle. Thus I had to go through the process all over again, but this time, chemotherapies and multiples surgeries were on the way. People who are aware of the effects of chemotherapy would sympathize with me when I say it was ... ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Stacy Carson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/064324de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Complete After Life Lessons Collection: Laila Blake, L.C. Spoering