Death by Workers' Compensation "The Bleeding Rose"

Written by D.A. Hougaard

Excerpt of Death By Workers' Compensation "The Bleeding Rose"  In this Excerptrepparttar time that has lapsed is over an hour afterrepparttar 108382 accident. What you are about to read will sicken you and make you wonder why no charges were ever pressed and why this man was not arrested for his part in destroying another person's life, let alone possibly destroying a unborn child's. Alex is seven and half months pregnant. The man who injured her, basically throughoutrepparttar 108383 client who sawrepparttar 108384 injury he enacted out on Alex. The client Mr. Foxworth waited. inrepparttar 108385 parking lot for help to arrive and give his statement torepparttar 108386 police.... Fromrepparttar 108387 loss of blood..... Alex sat drifting in and out of conscious. She needed to lie down because her head was spinning. Alex knew that it was getting late because it was close to 6 PM whenrepparttar 108388 accident occurred. It had to be close to 7 P.M . She felt very cold. She did not understand why she felt cold becauserepparttar 108389 weatherperson onrepparttar 108390 morning news said it was suppose to be inrepparttar 108391 high 90’s. Alex started hearing voices of other workers leaving. That is when her senses came rolling back on her like a wave over takingrepparttar 108392 shore. She knew, she was bleeding, it was apparent that she was on her own. There was no Gary - no police - no 911. Alex startedrepparttar 108393 car. Pulling out ofrepparttar 108394 parking lot to go home, she turned left noticing there were several phones acrossrepparttar 108395 street. Thanking God above, allrepparttar 108396 phone booths inrepparttar 108397 city had been replace by car level systems. Straining to seerepparttar 108398 numbers onrepparttar 108399 phone pad, Alex was able to dial her home number after numerous attempts. Anthony picked up immediately. “Alex! Where are you?” Anthony was asking with allrepparttar 108400 calm he could muster, he sounded scared. “In my car… Gary put me in my car….he left… never called paramedic or police…he left me….Anthony I’m cold, very cold… me.” Alex told him. “Honey, stay onrepparttar 108401 phone;repparttar 108402 police are onrepparttar 108403 other line, they will help find you okay? Do you know where you are?’” Anthony begged. “Ok …ok it is Rich Street , somewhere.” Alex said. Anthony was not sure Alex was going to stay with him. He told herrepparttar 108404 police were onrepparttar 108405 other line. He told her to wait, to stay onrepparttar 108406 line.

Top Ten Quiz: Is Book Coaching For You?

Written by Judy Cullins

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Top Ten Quiz: Is Book Coaching For You? Judy Cullins ©2004 All Rights Reserved.

Athletes get top dollars because they use coaches. So can you who want to write a book to getrepparttar good word out to help others, to illustrate you arerepparttar 108381 savvy expert in your field, and to create ongoing monthly income that boosts your speaking or coaching business.

Number 1-10 on a separate piece of paper. On a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being high rate each ofrepparttar 108382 following statements:

Not applicable 5

Don't agree 1 2 3

Somewhat agree or 5 for not applicable 4 5 6 7 8

Totally agree 9 10

Score 1 to 10 on each point below. Then add them up to see if you are ready for Bookcoaching.

__1. I will learnrepparttar 108383 latest from a book coach professional on self-publishing that frees me from assuming it's too much time or money.

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