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From Russia with Love By Tom Law
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Author’s recommendation: “DO NOT PURCHASE THIS BOOK!” Tom Law gives us a peek into the honey web of mail-order brides from mother Russia. What is the force and momentum behind this... More > multi-million dollar business that started out with seedy advertisements in the back columns of our weekend newspapers and is now driven by slick software on the www? Is there still a seedy side? Why do so many people pin their hopes and dreams to finding their perfect soul-mate by electronic wizardry? Why are so many men making expensive journeys to Moscow and the Crimea? Is it the same old saga of the aging man prepared to fork out Dollars for a ten day whirlwind romance eventually creating a black hole in his bank account? Or do we indeed have fairytale endings with the formation of permanent, happy and lasting relationships? This is a research into this very question and results in some unexpected conclusions. A good read, funny and sad, but a true and perceptive look into the business of love.< Less
Litmus Tests, Volume II: A Collection of Short Stories By Lynn Veach Sadler
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Writer/Editor Dr. Lynn Veach Sadler, (former) college president, Distinguished Woman of North Carolina, and National Women’s Hall of Fame member, has published widely in academics and in... More > creative writing. She has published 5 books and 72 articles and edited 23 books/proceedings and 3 national journals and published 3 newspaper columns (1 now). In creative writing, she has 11 poetry chapbooks and 4 full-length collections, 125+ short stories, 4 novels, a novella, 5 short story collections (including Litmus Tests, Volumes I and II), and 2 nonfiction collections. One of her 41 plays was commissioned for the First International Robert Frost Symposium. As North Carolina’s Central Region Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poet 2013-2015, she mentored student and adult poets. Lynn’s awards include teaching, Civil Rights, and Exceptional Service to the History of the State of North Carolina.< Less
Litmus Tests, Volume I: A Collection of Short Stories By Lynn Veach Sadler
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Writer/Editor Dr. Lynn Veach Sadler, (former) college president, Distinguished Woman of North Carolina, and National Women’s Hall of Fame member, has published widely in academics and in... More > creative writing. She has published 5 books and 72 articles and edited 23 books/proceedings and 3 national journals and published 3 newspaper columns (1 now). In creative writing, she has 11 poetry chapbooks and 4 full-length collections, 125+ short stories, 4 novels, a novella, 5 short story collections (including Litmus Tests, Volumes I and II), and 2 nonfiction collections. One of her 41 plays was commissioned for the First International Robert Frost Symposium. As North Carolina’s Central Region Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poet 2013-2015, she mentored student and adult poets. Lynn’s awards include teaching, Civil Rights, and Exceptional Service to the History of the State of North Carolina.< Less
Of Money, and Other Economic Essays By David Hume
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David Hume is known for his philosophical writings, but he also wrote on politics, history, and economics. This eBook contains 7 economic essays which were first published in Hume's Political... More > Discourses (1752) and republished in Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects, Volume 1 (1758, 1777). One essay has been praised by the Nobel-Prize-winning economist, Paul Krugman, who said in his newspaper column: "... Hume also helped found economics: his 'Of the Balance of Trade', published 34 years before The Wealth of Nations, was arguably the first example of modern economic reasoning, based on what amounts to a stylized model, albeit one without any equations or diagrams." (New York Times, 8 May 2011, "Hume Day".) ... "You could argue that modern economics really began with David Hume’s 'Of the Balance of Trade', whose core is a gloriously clear thought experiment...." (ibid., 2 Feb 2011, "Models, Plain and Fancy".)< Less
Something Else Again By Franklin P. (Franklin Pierce) Adams
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Something Else Again is an album by American folk singer and guitarist Richie Havens, released in January 1968. The track, "Run, Shaker Life" was based on a Shaker dance song by elder... More > Issachar Bates and reworked from Havens' old band, The Last Men, who reunited for this recording. "No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed" was later reworked by Yes on their second album, Time and a Word. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Something_Else_Again Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Franklin Pierce Adams (November 15, 1881 – March 23, 1960) was an American columnist, well known by his initials F.P.A., and wit, best known for his newspaper column, "The Conning Tower", and his appearances as a regular panelist on radio's Information Please. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franklin_Pierce_Adams< Less
The Song I Sing By Hope Richardson
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The life story of Hope Smith Richardson (1922- ), who was born in Morgan County, Ohio. She grew up on the Lemon Hill Farm of Daisy Bankes and Harold Smith. In 1941, she graduated from Bliss College... More > in Columbus and during the war worked for Firestone Tire, Ranco and Curtiss-Wright as well as the Foster Manufacturing Company in New Orleans, working as Mr. Foster’s private secretary. Upon her husband’s return to the states, she volunteered extensively in the community as a church secretary for more than two decades as well as serving as a docent for the Columbus Museum of Art. In addition, she became interested in herb gardening, joining the Central Ohio Unit of the Herb Society of America. Most notably, she wrote several articles about herbs including a weekly herbal column for a county newspaper for seventeen years. In retirement, she co-owned and co-operated the DaySpring Christmas Tree Plantation, a choose-and-cut-your-own tree farm in southeastern Ohio.< Less
Personals: desires in print By Steve DT
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Steve DT's first photographic book is a collection of erotic photographs which celebrates, and is inspired by the hopes and dreams of adult advertisers and their readers. Both, the advertiser and the... More > reader, desire some control and change to invade their personal lives. In Personals, the focus is on adverts from women and their quest for desires. The adverts featured in the book were genuine personal adverts from several sources (minus the real contact numbers); English, Spanish and German Press. These columns used to be the backbone of many newspapers and magazines worldwide, before the internet arrived. They were often overlooked, but would never fail to interest the enquiring mind or passer-by. Here, the use of European adverts is to reinforce the belief that desire in any language is universal in its meaning. Print Details: 6" x 9", white interior paper (80# weight), full-colour interior ink, white exterior paper (100# weight), full-colour exterior ink. ISBN: 978-0-9559652-0-3< Less
Sidelights: Rugby Poems By Mark Pirie
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Sidelights features poems about the All Blacks, Super and provincial rugby, women’s rugby and the author’s own rugby family. First published as a limited edition hand-bound booklet in... More > 2013, this new enlarged edition contains rugby poems from the past four years and is accompanied by historian Ron Palenski’s informative foreword. The book’s title “Sidelights” comes from an Eden Park rugby column of the same name in the Auckland Weekly News, 1930s. Wellington writer and editor Mark Pirie’s poems, written between 1993 and 2017, have been widely published in journals, anthologies and newspapers such as Ron Palenski’s Touchlines: An Anthology of Rugby Poetry (NZ Sports Hall of Fame, 2013), Under Flagstaff: Dunedin Poetry (Otago University Press, 2004) and The Dominion Post. “Mark Pirie has captured rugby’s moods and eras in this small book of his fine poetry; there’s barely a peep from a referee’s whistle as he flits from old to new and back again..." Ron Palenski, author of Rugby: A New Zealand History< Less
Easy Writing Across the Curriculum or Anywhere Else By Herb Williams
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This manual contains a complete, sequential program of lessons and examples that can be used to facilitate the writing process in a non-threatening way. This process approach, through a procedure of... More > shaping ideas and working with words, promotes individual growth while allowing for group work, develops confidence, acknowledges accomplishments, and makes writing more satisfying and less painful. At Montebello High School; near Los Angeles, I was hired as a writing consultant to provide MHS teachers with a process to instill writing across the curriculum. Through two faculty professional development sessions, 210 hours of in-class student writing sessions, in which 1,020 participants went through a four-step writing process of pre-writing, revising, editing and sharing in subjects including art, language, mathematics, music, and special education. I taught English for 32 years at MHS, and for over fifteen years, I wrote a humor/satire column published in three different local newspapers.< Less
Sidelights: Rugby Poems By Mark Pirie
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Sidelights features poems about the All Blacks, Super and provincial rugby, women’s rugby and the author’s own rugby family. First published as a limited edition hand-bound booklet in... More > 2013, this new enlarged edition contains rugby poems from the past four years and is accompanied by historian Ron Palenski’s informative foreword. The book’s title “Sidelights” comes from an Eden Park rugby column of the same name in the Auckland Weekly News, 1930s. Wellington writer and editor Mark Pirie’s poems, written between 1993 and 2017, have been widely published in journals, anthologies and newspapers such as Ron Palenski’s Touchlines: An Anthology of Rugby Poetry (NZ Sports Hall of Fame, 2013), Under Flagstaff: Dunedin Poetry (Otago University Press, 2004) and The Dominion Post. “Mark Pirie has captured rugby’s moods and eras in this small book of his fine poetry; there’s barely a peep from a referee’s whistle as he flits from old to new and back again..." Ron Palenski, author of Rugby: A New Zealand History< Less

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