God on a Harley
The man was gorgeous, sitting astride his Harley Davidson, mysteriously parked on a moonlit strip of sand. At thirty-seven, Christine Moore had a world-class case of burnout: career blues, no husband, no children, an imperfect figure, and dimming expectations. "I'm going to show you a peace so beautiful, you'll probably forget what your life has been like up...more
Very inspirational, not...more
1--Don't build walls, for they are dangerous; learn to transcend them
2--live in the moment, for each one is precious
3--take care of yourself, first and foremost
4--drop the ego. be real. and watch what happens
5--All things are poss...more
So yesterday I went to a book sale and I could not resist this book. The name just called to me and made me giggle. The name is God On A Harley by Joan Brady. The main character Christine Moore found her self moving to the Jersey Shore at thirty seven years old. She was unhappy with her career and really unhappy with her love life. She walks into a bar after a bad day at work she orders two drinks and meets a man that changes her life. He was handsome and...more
Like Joseph Addison's 18th-century work, "The Vision of Mirzah," this is definitely didactic literature intended to teach ideas, with a very plain storyline: human meets supernatural being, who then spouts p...more
It's about a woman who finds herself upon hard times. She makes a friend - a Native American chap who rides a Harley. Though she's attracted to him he insists that he's mean...more
This is a slim new age fable that may help you see your life in a new light. At its core it is...more
Other than the "jesus" character implying the ten commandments and a good part of the old testament were a mistake, I can't disagree with any other of the points made. I don't think she was trying to argue that God messed up, but it felt like she was implying it to me and that is only a small part of the story, not a major ar...more
This stranger is, yes the God on a Harley of the title. I know you won't believe it. But it is just a device to get the heroine of the story to shake up her life a bit and stop worrying about what other people will think.
Joan Brady (born 1950) is an American writer.