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Kid-Free Living: Humor Essays & Fiction from Kid-FreeLiving.com By Amy Vansant
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This book compiles the first two years of Kid-FreeLiving.com’s humorous essays and fiction into a handy-dandy print book you can read in bed, on the commode, or in 1922 (no Internet access... More > required). Containing such memorable characters as goofy husbands and neurotic labradoodles, stories vary from a personal essay chronicling how Amazon PayPhrase has a vendetta against the author, to the fictional account of a burglar who can’t keep himself from redecorating the homes of his victims. Writer Amy Vansant’s wry sense of humor will have you snorting wine out of your nose in an unattractive fashion. (Wine not included)< Less
An Epicurean Odyssey: Sommelier Stories By Robert Giorgione
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An Epicurean Odyssey: Sommelier Stories is Robert Giorgione’s second book. It is a personalised journey through food and wine embellished with mouth-watering anecdotes and experiences. Think of... More > an exciting blend of Anthony Bourdain’s “Kitchen Confidential”, a Quentin Tarantino movie, a hint of Keith Floyd, a large portion of wonderfully-evocative memories, a splash of “Sideways” and a dash of controversy thrown in for good measure and you have “Sommelier Stories”. It also features many recipes from family, friends and well-known chefs all with bespoke wine pairings. “Sommelier Stories” also includes links to websites, blog articles, videos, interviews, tasting notes, reviews and great food and wine matching ideas. Robert Giorgione has been a highly respected sommelier since 1997, having worked in some of the most high profile restaurants in the UK. In 2009 he established his independent wine consultancy. Connect with Robert at www.rovingsommelier.com Twitter @rovingsommelier< Less
Grape Juice in the Bible: God's Blessing for His People! By Richard Teachout & Richard Teachout
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"Grape Juice in the Bible" presents a strong case for the fact that Israel in Bible times had fresh grape juice as a healthy beverage. It also shows God's disapproval of alcoholic beverages... More > for His people and details the great change in the approval of alcohol among Christians through the last 200 years in America. The reason for this book is clearly presented by a recent blog (aletheiabaptistministries.org): "It would be an uphill battle merely to advocate moderation in drinking as many conservatives do, but to come to a conclusion that total abstinence is a Biblical mandate, would place one immediately in the backwater of Christian social fellowships. But that is just the conclusion I’ve come to, not just because I find it the overwhelming norm of Christian history, or because the statistics on drinking grow increasingly alarming, but because I’ve become convinced that this is the only consistent biblical teaching."< Less
Grape Juice in the Bible: God's Blessing for His People! By Richard Teachout
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"Grape Juice in the Bible" presents a strong case for the fact that Israel in Bible times had fresh grape juice as a healthy beverage. It also shows God's disapproval of alcoholic beverages... More > for His people and details the great change in the approval of alcohol among Christians through the last 200 years in America. The reason for this book is clearly presented by a recent blog (aletheiabaptistministries.org): "It would be an uphill battle merely to advocate moderation in drinking as many conservatives do, but to come to a conclusion that total abstinence is a Biblical mandate, would place one immediately in the backwater of Christian social fellowships. But that is just the conclusion I’ve come to, not just because I find it the overwhelming norm of Christian history, or because the statistics on drinking grow increasingly alarming, but because I’ve become convinced that this is the only consistent biblical teaching."< Less
Grape Juice in the Bible: God's Blessing for His People! By Richard Teachout
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"Grape Juice in the Bible" presents a strong case for the fact that Israel in Bible times had fresh grape juice as a healthy beverage. It also shows God's disapproval of alcoholic beverages... More > for His people and details the great change in the approval of alcohol among Christians through the last 200 years in America. The reason for this book is clearly presented by a recent blog (aletheiabaptistministries.org): "It would be an uphill battle merely to advocate moderation in drinking as many conservatives do, but to come to a conclusion that total abstinence is a Biblical mandate, would place one immediately in the backwater of Christian social fellowships. But that is just the conclusion I’ve come to, not just because I find it the overwhelming norm of Christian history, or because the statistics on drinking grow increasingly alarming, but because I’ve become convinced that this is the only consistent biblical teaching."< Less
A Writer Under The Influence Vol. #1 By Jeff Campagna
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A literary collection of short stories, poetry and blog entries from the award-winning online blog "A Writer Under The Influence" written by Jeff Campagna. "It... More > seems exceedingly likely that the days of excitement, invention and exploration have been sucked into the vacuum of counter-progression and met an untimely fate with the giant metaphorical nostalgic garburator and that the days ahead are those of redundancy, interpretation and expectation. Cheaper, less durable tar laid over the bumpy yet still effective road of discovery that led us here.
 As I type along to the metronome in my brain and gulp my red wine, which poured out of a cheap, plastic corkless tetra pack, I can say, with the certainty of a time bomb, that there are too few pieces to what is too much puzzle." Excerpt from Blog Entries< Less
An Epicurean Odyssey: A Road Trip Around New Zealand By Robert Giorgione
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An Epicurean Odyssey: A Road Trip Around New Zealand is a personalised journey through food and wine embellished with many mouth-watering anecdotes, recipes and wine pairings. This revised edition... More > includes a host of new and updated content, including links to websites, wine reviews, blog articles, videos and much more besides. Robert Giorgione has been a highly respected sommelier since 1997, having worked in some of the most high profile restaurants in the UK. In 2009 he established his independent wine consultancy, website and roving sommelier social media resource. Connect with Robert at www.rovingsommelier.com and follow his tweets and updates on Twitter @rovingsommelier< Less
The Fermdamentals Guide to Fermentation By Danielle Shelton
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After she had been fermenting steadily for about a year, Danielle saw an ad asking for someone to teach a muscadine wine class in Augusta, GA. She sent an email sharing her fermentation and... More > teaching experience and was quickly scheduled to teach her first fermentation class. She didn’t tell the organizer at the time, but Danielle had never made muscadine wine in her life. She immediately ran out and bought some muscadines, found a recipe, and made the wine. The class went great and thus, Fermdamentals was born. At Fermdamentals Danielle teaches the fundamentals of fermentation. While her blog is still active, it contains very few actual recipes. All of the ferments she has successfully made are contained here. Danielle hopes you'll use this as a springboard to create your own delicious ferments and share them with your family and friends!< Less
Lovin' the Alien By Alexandra MacAaron
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There are aliens among us. Really. We’re not talking about Yoda or E.T. or even My Favorite Martian. We’re talking about the extraterrestrials that live in our very homes. They may... More > appear vaguely humanoid, but they have their own language, culture, rituals, eating habits. They are a distinct and separate race whose ways are not ours. We’re talking, of course, about “Tweens.” Lovin’ the Alien is a humorous look at life with a tween. How does a self-described “middle-aged mom” cope with the ups and downs of parenting an adolescent girl in the digital age? With a little white wine, a lot of technology, and an unfailing sense of humor. Based on the wildly popular blog, "Lovin' the Alien," this book is the perfect gift for parents of tweenagers. Or the perfect treat if you find yourself in that particular ... um ... otherworldly situation.< Less
Lovin' the Alien By Alexandra MacAaron
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There are aliens among us. Really. We’re not talking about Yoda or E.T. or even My Favorite Martian. We’re talking about the extraterrestrials that live in our very homes. They may... More > appear vaguely humanoid, but they have their own language, culture, rituals, eating habits. They are a distinct and separate race whose ways are not ours. We’re talking, of course, about “Tweens.” Lovin’ the Alien is a humorous look at life with a tween. How does a self-described “middle-aged mom” cope with the ups and downs of parenting an adolescent girl in the digital age? With a little white wine, a lot of technology, and an unfailing sense of humor. Based on the wildly popular blog, "Lovin' the Alien," this book is the perfect gift for parents of tweenagers. Or the perfect treat if you find yourself in that particular ... um ... otherworldly situation.< Less

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