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Dianna Thomas

Thursday 26th of August 2021

New Book


I’m a retired Shreveport Police Officer and have written a new book entitled ‘A Rose Trampled.’ I want to get it in the hands of as many people as I can. Will you please help me in this endeavor?

Below is what the book is about:

They are thieves of innocence, murderers of dreams, and administrants of nightmares. Rapists and pedophiles have no soul. We've all had our family members watch our children from time to time--after all, they're family. Once you've read A Rose Trampled: The Samantha Douglas Story, you will rethink about any family member keeping watch over your young children without you being present. I am a retired police officer after 23 years of service and have talked to countless women in my lifetime. Samantha Douglas' true-life story is unlike any story I've ever heard. Samantha had been sexually abused since the age of four. Doctors say maybe as early as two or three. She was thrown out of the house at the age of fifteen because of rebellion against her mother for not confronting her abuser, a mature male relative. She was homeless, severely depressed, and only had the clothes on her back.

Later, as an adult, Samantha finally found and married a man, and after several attempts at pregnancy, she had to bury five children. She divorced her husband--infidelity being the reason--and remarried, only to find out he was a murderer. Finally, she found true love and gave birth to her one and only child, Joshua. Joshua was a sick little boy and had major health problems. Then, without warning, her husband suddenly died. Life's thorns could have destroyed her, but instead, they made her stronger. So, if you think you've been to hell and back, just read A Rose Trampled: The Samantha Douglas Story. I promise you'll change your mind.A Rose Trampled (Hardcover).

A Rose Trampled (Hardcover)

Thank you for your help.

Dianna Thomas, Ph. D.

Albert Hickson

Tuesday 10th of August 2021

Hi, Sophie I try to collect and keep every receipt and ticket when I go on holiday. I have a Metro ticket that you may be able to help me with. I would like to know when it was stamped so that I can put it in the right album of photographs, as I have been to Paris several times: 1981, 1997, and 2002 (twice). The ticket is green and looks blank at first sight. However, on the side with the brown magnetic stripe, I can just about make out, at one end, the number 11 on its side, next to a letter M. The there is a symbol that could be a 1 or an I (India). Then 33 larger than the M and 1 (or I). At the other end of the ticket there is 2511 H. If you can help give me any information, I'll be grateful. If you cannot, can you suggest where I could get information?

Manuela Bender

Tuesday 25th of May 2021

Hi, Sophie "Sehnsucht" actually consists of the words "sehn" (NOT sehen but sehnen, to yearn) and "sucht" (a verb or noun, could mean either to search - or addiction!). Did you already know this little proverb about "Eifersucht" (jealousy)? "Eifersucht ist eine Leidenschaft, die mit Eifer sucht was Leiden schafft" Take care Ela from Germany

Char Cleere

Friday 29th of May 2020

Your photos really take me back to Paris! Do you sell any of the ones taken in Montmartre?

Tina Griffin

Wednesday 16th of October 2019

Hun, you have a mistake in facts. The American Civil War was 1861-1865 You are referring to the American Revolutionary War 1775 - 1783

("The first rumblings of revolution came to a head in 1789 when the Bastille was stormed... France was in the midst of an economic crisis. This was in part as a result of its intervention in the American Civil War...").

You need to edit this with a few corrections.


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