Lark, in Her Element: A Soul Set Free

Lark, in Her Element: A Soul Set Free

Angela Brackeen / Sep 21, 2019

Lark in Her Element A Soul Set Free To Lark s dismay her heart s innocent longings have brought unsettling changes to her life Now she must choose escape or survive and learn to live with the changes Life was so right flea marketing w

  • Title: Lark, in Her Element: A Soul Set Free
  • Author: Angela Brackeen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • To Lark s dismay, her heart s innocent longings have brought unsettling changes to her life Now she must choose escape, or survive and learn to live with the changes Life was so right flea marketing within sight of San Francisco Bay in search of bongo drums, old photographs, and vintage dresses marked the end of Lark s busy, but well ordered work weeks Now, the controlTo Lark s dismay, her heart s innocent longings have brought unsettling changes to her life Now she must choose escape, or survive and learn to live with the changes Life was so right flea marketing within sight of San Francisco Bay in search of bongo drums, old photographs, and vintage dresses marked the end of Lark s busy, but well ordered work weeks Now, the control she has held over her life control that brought her such success is slipping from her grasp Those evenings spent romantically with a work associate couldn t be to blame, could they After all, she only longed to wear one of the lovely vintage dresses that hang forlornly in her closet Control over her life seems all but gone, when threatening occurrences leave her trembling in fear behind her own door, her mind reeling with questions of why She fears she is coming unhinged until a rainy evening when her romantic interest s revelation brings blessed understanding But, how will she live with the changes that have been wrought in her life Hope is prompted by a treasured flea market find a key to remembering who she was before hurt sent her retreating Will she see a break in the clouds and find desperately sought for peace if she flies to a place of family, winding creeks, and a gray house that fades into the trees

    Lark, in Her Element by Angela Brackeen To Lark s dismay, her heart s innocent longings have brought unsettling changes to her life Now she must choose escape, or survive and learn to live with the changes Life was so right flea marketing within sight of San Francisco Bay in search of bongo drums, old photographs, and vintage dresses marked the end of Lark s busy, but well ordered work weeks. Lark, in Her Element A Soul Set Free Angela Brackeen Jul , Lark who had been a team player began to isolate herself from her schoolwork and her friends Her mother, Pearline, struggled to make ends meet and finally managed to secure a job After high school, Lark was offered a scholarship in California, so she left her home, her family, her familiar surroundings, even her high school sweetheart, Hart. Lark, in Her Element A Soul Set Free Angela Brackeen Lark who had been a team player began to isolate herself from her schoolwork and her friends Her mother, Pearline, struggled to make ends meet and finally managed to secure a job After high school, Lark was offered a scholarship in California, so she left her home, her family, her familiar surroundings, even her high school sweetheart, Hart. Lisa Turtle is sadly unrecognizable now nickiswift Lark adamantly denied her mother s claims both to People and in a subsequent interview that was equal parts concerning and bizarre It is a small, uh, opinionata Lark, in Her Element A Soul Set Free BY Angela Brackeen Aug , The Lark and Her Young Ones Fables of Aesop Self help is the best help A Lark made her nest in a field of young wheat As the days passed, the wheat stalks grew tall and the young birds, too, grew in strength Then one day, when the ripe golden grain waved in the breeze, the Farmer and his son came into the About Lark Lark Health A serial Lark, in Her Element A Soul Set Free Angela Brackeen To Lark s dismay, her heart s innocent longings have brought unsettling changes to her life Now she must choose escape, or survive and learn to live with the changes Life was so right flea marketing within sight of San Francisco Bay in search of bongo drums, old photographs, and vintage dresses marked the end of Lark s busy, but well ordered work weeks. Lark, in Her Element A Soul Set Free by Angela Brackeen To Lark s dismay, her heart s innocent longings have brought unsettling changes to her life Now she must choose escape, or survive and learn to live with the changes Life was so right flea marketing within sight of San Francisco Bay in search of bongo drums, old photographs, and vintage dresses marked the end of Lark s busy, but well ordered work weeks. Lark definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary You use lark in expressions such as this acting lark and the writing lark to indicate humorously that you think an activity or job is amusing, foolish, or unnecessary British , informal He got the part, and eventually decided the acting lark wasn t half bad. The Lark and Her Young Ones Fables of Aesop A Lark made her nest in a field of young wheat As the days passed, the wheat stalks grew tall and the young birds, too, grew in strength Then one day, when the ripe golden grain waved in the breeze, the Farmer and his son came into the field. About Lark Lark Health A serial entrepreneur, Julia s been named Under by Inc and in Top Women in Tech by Forbes Prior to founding Lark Technologies, she ran global startup incubator Clean Tech Open, her own green buildings startup, and was an EIR at Stanford s StartX incubator.

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      • Angela Brackeen

        Angela Brackeen is an author of contemporary women s fiction who includes literary, inspirational, and romantic elements within her stories She worked for technology companies and earned her BS in computer information systems before her daughter s imaginative stories inspired her to fulfill her own childhood wish to write.Her debut novel, LARK, IN HER ELEMENT, was a finalist in the 2011 Thomas Nelson Westbow Press Women of Faith Writer s Contest, under the title, A SOUL SET FREE.Besides loving to write and read, she is a mom and wife, housekeeper, cook, laundress, and chauffeur She loves to sketch drawings to go along with her stories, and would love to have time to knit, quilt, and crosstitch, like she used to And would love to be able to drink coffee, but has had to switch to chai and green tea She is a life long resident of the southeastern U.S and there lives with her husband of twenty six years, her children, and one cat She is working on a series of three novels of romantic women s fiction connected by locale and character relationships She has loved reading and books all her life, ever since she read Charles Dickens s David Copperfield as a child.


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    1. I won this book from a contest on .Lark and her older sister, Wren, were in elementary school when their father passed away. Lark who had been a 'team player' began to isolate herself from her schoolwork and her friends. Her mother, Pearline, struggled to make ends meet and finally managed to secure a job. After high school, Lark was offered a scholarship in California, so she left her home, her family, her familiar surroundings, even her high school sweetheart, Hart. After 20 years in Californi [...]


    2. I received a free copy through .---Quite honestly, I didn't know what to expect when I first picked up this book. The summary at the back of the book made this book sound interesting but it completely blew my mind as I read this book. I enjoyed reading Lark's journey through the unexpected setbacks that led her to a cross roads. Rumors are ugly and after having her reputation destroyed by it in San Francisco, Lark fled home to the security of her family, only to almost succumb to the darkness of [...]


    3. I thoroughly enjoyed this story from beginning to end. It is a wonderful tale about a woman coming to age at 40 years old.


    4. A boring cover. It didn't stand out but what I got from it, other than maybe that I was opening a clothing catalogue, was that it was gentle and 'serious'. The title and author's name were at the expense of the cover and faded into nothing. Not only forgettable but unappealing too.The blurb made me sit up and I particularly liked the line: Now she must choose—escape, or survive and learn to live with the changes, which especially grabbed my interest. Lark, in Her Element appears to be a broodi [...]



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