Altered Grace

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AuthorHouse, Jan 13, 2017 - Biography & Autobiography - 280 pages
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Now I lay me down to sleep
I pray the Lord my soul to keep
If I should die before I wake
I pray the Lord my soul to take

But if I am to live
Please god keep me normal
Helen

Altered Grace is an autobiography written to inspire faith and hope. It is a testimony to the value of prayer and an attribute to the spirit that refuses to be destroyed.

 

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Contents

Baby of the Family
Rules and Requirements
The Wheelbarrow Drunk
Beds and Beetles
Follies of the Fruit
Drifters
Roman Baths
Mystery Meat

On the High Road
Hooah
Montana Bound
Unraveling
Dead on Arrival
Award of Dishonorable Discharge
On the
US Route 89
Beatrice Becomes a Woman
Clayton Comes to Town
Iodine and Mecuricome
Codependents
Marriage by Default
The FourAlarm Tenement House
Firstborn
Bruises
Amen
What Big Brown Eyes You Have
Arrangements and Distractions
Aunt and Ants
Betrayal
Crawl Space
Stillborn
Crown Curtis King
The Birth of Patience
Final Jeopardy
Beat to the Hum of a Different Tune
Blackbird
Brooms and Dust Mops a Summer Break
Sink or Swim
A Ruse
Music Man the Last Post
Cry Foul and Chew Like a
Watchers
You Think You Are Pretty?
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
Carpe Diem
PrisonStriped Twin
Raise the Candles High
Visitors
Season of the Bees
Shackled
That Girl and Those Girls
Packaged Food
The Man in the Blue Polyester Pants
Aponi
Black and White and Wedding Bells
Flying Monkeys
Batten Down the Hatches Stormy Seas Ahead
Last to Leave
Contemptus About the Author About the Book
Copyright

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About the author (2017)

A. Tacked has lived in Dallas, Texas, for thirty-five years. She has worked in the medical field for most of those years. She also teaches meditation, relaxation, and channeling and provides spiritual guidance throughout the United States.

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