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B4 YOU TEXT HER- Convert your numbers into dates By A Bourbon
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ARE YOU READY TO LEARN THE SECRET OF HOW TO TURN NUMBERS INTO DATES? Do you get girls numbers but for some reason you can’t turn those numbers into follow updates? Do you ever find your self... More > asking yourself “If she gave me her number then why doesn't she want to meet up with me again?” Are you sick of girls not responding the WAY YOU WANT them to respond when you phone or text them? Do you want to learn how to get the girl to respond almost instantly your text messages? Do you want to know the secrets that will SEAL YOU THE DEAL? Do you want to eliminate flakes and cancellations FOREVER? Do you want to get a powerful and honest insight in to the female mind? Do you want to know the techniques that get the girl interested in you AFTER you’ve obtained her number? Do you want to learn HOW TO TURN HER ON via texts ? IF "YES" THEN THIS BOOK IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED "GET THIS EBOOK NOW"< Less
Cooking With Bourbon By Claudia Moose
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Local Foods and sprits come together with cooking in Kentucky
Bourbon Decay By Donna Jolly
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Like much of the Deep South in the early Sixties, Lisa Tingle is fighting for change. Change for herself, that is. The reluctant peacekeeper between her sister, parents, and grandparents in their... More > shabby house, she wants desperately to "Get Out" of Newitville, Mississippi, a town steeped in Civil War history, and move far away from the war at home. Lisa dreams of an urban life, filled with art, beauty and even a bit of sanity. She longs to put some distance between her and her parents, Sinatra-loving alcoholics trying to make a ring-a-ding life for themselves, and her grandparents, who blame alcohol on everything from communism to spider veins. Her older sister, Ava Gardner Tingle, believes the way to Get Out is to get married, then divorced, and repeat the process, again and again. When Lisa finally Gets Out, she realizes "you can't go home again," yet the family troubles won't stay behind. Instead, they phone-in long distance.< Less
Bourbon Decay By Donna Jolly
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Like much of the Deep South in the early Sixties, Lisa Tingle is fighting for change. Change for herself, that is. The reluctant peacekeeper between her sister, parents, and grandparents in their... More > shabby house, she wants desperately to "Get Out" of Newitville, Mississippi, a town steeped in Civil War history, and move far away from the war at home. Lisa dreams of an urban life, filled with art, beauty and even a bit of sanity. She longs to put some distance between her and her parents, Sinatra-loving alcoholics trying to make a ring-a-ding life for themselves, and her grandparents, who blame alcohol on everything from communism to spider veins. Her older sister, Ava Gardner Tingle, believes the way to Get Out is to get married, then divorced, and repeat the process, again and again. When Lisa finally Gets Out, she realizes "you can't go home again," yet the family troubles won't stay behind. Instead, they phone-in long distance.< Less
Bourbon Lyrics By Robert Delaney
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A collection of lyrics with varying styles to suit most musical genres. A must for anyone with an interest in the metric word.
Bourbon Lyrics By Robert Delaney
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A collection of lyrics with varying styles to suit most musical genres. A must for anyone with an interest in the metric word.
The Constable De Bourbon By William Harrison Ainsworth
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Harrison Ainsworth (4 February 1805 –... More > 3 January 1882) was an English historical novelist born in Manchester. He trained as a lawyer, but the legal profession held no attraction for him. While completing his legal studies in London he met the publisher John Ebers, at that time manager of the King's Theatre, Haymarket. Ebers introduced Ainsworth to literary and dramatic circles, and to his daughter, who became Ainsworth's wife.Ainsworth briefly tried the publishing business, but soon gave it up and devoted himself to journalism and literature. His first success as a writer came with Rookwood in 1834, which features Dick Turpin as its leading character. A stream of 39 novels followed, the last of which appeared in 1881. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Harrison_Ainsworth< Less
A Late Night and A Third Bourbon By Anthony Herbert Ashe
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All creative minds have droughts. From time to time, I end them with a drink or three.
Waking Up On Bourbon By Marisa Williams
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"Waking Up On Bourbon" is journal written in three days while camping along the infamous Bourbon Street in New Orleans, while waiting in line for Galatoire's lunch the Friday before Mardi... More > Gras. Recounting tales of journies past while detailing the mysterious ingredients involved in making Bourbon Street gravy, author Marisa Williams breaks a personal writing record with her reality-based book. Take the time to sleep on the sidewalk, acting homeless, only to find yourself "Waking Up On Bourbon."< Less