by Opa Hysea Wise
Smythe begins to ask the question: Why me? Why this? She struggles to understand not only herself and her own life but the lives of those around her. How are we all woven together in this tapestry called “life?” Smythe yearns to find answers in the midst of this chaos.
Smythe is a woman with vision in her eyes and fire in her soul, searching for meaning in what she saw and the consequences that test everything she thought she knew. Can she keep from unraveling or was her journey to find meaning in vain? She is torn between what heart truly yearns for the having to fight the unexpected battle that lays before her. Leaning in, she lingers in the mystery of the unknown.
By: Daisy Myers
Narrated by: Sarah Knapp
Inside Networking for Introverts, learn how to:
- Face a room full of people with confidence, even if you aren’t an extrovert by nature
- Talk to anyone at a party or function and make a deep impression without a single word of small talk
- Understand your particular brand of introversion and figure out how you can use it to your advantage
- Advance your business life and become a business leader and entrepreneur through the power of networking
Now is the time to stop seeing your natural introversion as a weakness and start seeing it as the strength that it really is. You are not hindered by your introverted nature; it is actually your superpower!
My Book Club PTY
1ra Reunión 15 de octubre 8 p.m. Asilo Santo
2da Reunión 22 de Octubre 8 p.m. Historias cortas para pesadillas interminables.
Este mes leeremos dos libros de Miguel Esteban en el club, ambos cortos y con mucho suspenso.
Book & Wine
Reunión 27 de octubre 6:30 p.m.
Un estilo diferente este mes en el club, por ser el mes del terror votamos por distintos libros de terror y suspenso.
Book Fam Panama
Reunión 31 de octubre 7:30 pm
Círculo de lectura de esta obra, es super rápida y tendremos a su autora con nosotros.
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Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.
– Oscar Wilde
A room without books is like a body without a soul
– Marcus Tullius Cicero
Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them.