The Taste of Life is a biography from author, Tiffany Janay. She shares the details of how she and her husband together lost over 100 pounds with no gimic diets, no starvation, and only by learning... More > how to eat the right way.
A story told by a regular person who found the secret to caring for her body. Now, learn what she knows and how to make the changes in your life to free yourself from a constant weight battle.< Less
In this brilliant and explosive tale, Chanel Simon aka Mrs. Nectar is a force to be reckoned with. Turning her charm on and off renders a domino effect of chaos. She's 37, highly attractive and... More > doesn't mind scheming her way to the top. Her first choice is robbing banks while getting away with large sums of cash and doing it while dressed as the sexy lawyer-type. She's determined to carve out a life of luxury while manipulating an unsuspecting, innocent young girl who looks up to her like a sister. She's methodical with a shysty mindset and her double life is bone-chilling. To many, she's just a woman working a menial job trying to stay above water. Her legal husband of 4 years equates to sleeping with the enemy and because he emotionally abuses her, her soul is caught in a revelation of mayhem. Fiona, less attractive, a church-going woman with one of the most pleasant personalities and giving heart is the only thing that stands in between Chanel and her husband getting back together. Find out what happens!< Less
Cyric was handsome and understanding guy. He was brilliant too. But to Elena’s eyes, he was nothing if he doesn’t have a million dollars to satiate her. She was avarice and no game with... More > him. His love was badly wounded. Then he found Jacqueline when he needed the most. She loves him too. Then unexpectedly, the world Elena live was greatly shaken when James betray her and her love was completely rearranged. She wants Cyric back to her life. He was gone. And to her grief, it was because of her. Yet she waits for him because she knew he once love her truly. Their first ever meeting would be her apologize and she believe he still loves her. They met one day. Now Cyric was in the middle of the bridge and two choices to make. Whether he would go, crossing the bridge to Jacqualine. She was the one who help him when he was in trouble. He knew she love him deeply. Or should he still go back to Elena? She was calling him at the other side and she was his first love. To whom shall he give the sweetest TASTE OF LOVE?< Less
Taste &Treats Remarks
Now that you’ve had the chance to “taste” the reading, now is the time to “treat” yourself to the goodies of what you’ve read. Enjoy... More > and have fun with the poetry because the “taste” is oh so sweet, and when you relive all of what you’ve done, oh what a mighty “treat”. If you tried it and you weren’t sure, just try it again; because each time you do it, you will find something new and you will always win.< Less
Tastes of the Holyland…
Softbound, 138 pages, 6 x 9, black & white.
“...From freshly butchered lamb hanging out by the dusty road to Petra to eating grapes from the field... More > and washing them in the ‘fresh’ irrigation water… tasting wine with our Palestinian tour guide and watching sailing feluccas going down the Nile, the author of the Southern Gal’s Cookbook Series takes you on another wild camel ride throughout Lawrence of Arabia’s fabled desert oases. Savor the Tastes of the Holyland in your own backyard or kitchen with this new book… Hubby”< Less
Of the Standard of Taste was a seminal essay on aesthetics that is innovative because it requires Hume to address the apparent relativity of taste, a conclusion that appears to follow from his own... More > assumption that the "good" or "beauty" of a good work of art is identical with the positive human responses it generates. The essay's focus on the subject (the viewer, the reader) rather than the object (the painting, the book) is typical of the British "sentimentalists" or moral sense theorists of the eighteenth century. Unlike the French philosophers of the eighteenth century, who sought an objective definition of beauty, the British school tended to look for the connections between taste and moral judgments.< Less