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What The Hell Happened to Reality? By Johnn Schroeder
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A curmudgeon reflects on the differences in life today and the Good Old Days (Or Good Old Daze) of the 1950-1960 of his life in Montana. It all started with a loaf of whole wheat bread and took off... More > from there. Covering subjects like;Service, School, Black Sheep of the Family, Values, World Opinion, Holidays, Music, Cars, Jobs, Maturing passed accepted limits, Appreciation, Humor, Shopping is like Directions (women will hate this one), Handling Disasters, Health Care Fiasco, Relocation Blues, Pets that have owned us, and a Curmudgeon Sums up. Each chapter is a bit of commonsense, and tongue in cheek humor, with a touch of honest truth. You may not agree and that's fine, but this cranky old curmudgeon is not afraid to say what he means, and means what he says. Judge for yourself, the good old days might have something to still offer.< Less
Hold Tight, Sweetheart By U.T. Miller Summers
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"In their exuberance at spending the first year of their marriage at the University of Texas, the two high school valedictorians named me, their first child, “U.T.”. They finally... More > earned their college degrees in Mother’s home state, Kentucky, after the birth of three more children and much moving from jobs to school. Not long after the Great Depression hit, my father lost his job in the oil business and began trying to make a living as a traveling salesman. We moved to McKenzie, a town of about 2,600 people in west Tennessee. Mother, preparing to be a minister, attended the Cumberland Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Bethel College, one of the first theological seminaries in the country that admitted women. My father left home for good in 1936; we children experienced both disaster and fairy tale generosity. Mother received her divinity degree at the age of 68 in 1960."< Less
What The Hell Happened to Reality? By Johnn Schroeder
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A curmudgeon reflects on the differences in life today and the Good Old Days (Or Good Old Daze) of the 1950-1960 of his life in Montana. It all started with a loaf of whole wheat bread and took off... More > from there. Covering subjects like;Service, School, Black Sheep of the Family, Values, World Opinion, Holidays, Music, Cars, Jobs, Maturing passed accepted limits, Appreciation, Humor, Shopping is like Directions (women will hate this one), Handling Disasters, Health Care Fiasco, Relocation Blues, Pets that have owned us, and a Curmudgeon Sums up. Each chapter is a bit of commonsense, and tongue in cheek humor, with a touch of honest truth. You may not agree and that's fine, but this cranky old curmudgeon is not afraid to say what he means, and means what he says. Judge for yourself, the good old days might have something to still offer.< Less
Stories From My Career By Lynne Gross
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Stories From My Career is a compilation of 50 illustrated stories about the author’s career as a college professor and media practitioner. Her career began in the 1960s when very few women were... More > employed in either area and spanned six decades until her retirement. The initial stories take place in Pittsburgh, where she grew up, and Chicago, where she went to college, but most of the stories are centered in the Los Angeles area. A fair number also take place in other countries where she taught and consulted. The stories encompass topics such as combining career and family, the evolution of electronic technology, the civil rights movement, maternity leave practices, television production techniques, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, beginnings of cable TV, teaching challenges, media functions in developing nations, and career advice.< Less
Crossing Cultures: in English et en français By Lynne Breakstone & Nicole Jouane
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Fifty years ago, in the early 1960’s, two women set off in opposite directions to cross the Atlantic to spend a year living in a foreign country – France and the United States – and... More > mastering a foreign language – French and English. Crossing Cultures in English et en français tells their story in both languages. Lynne Breakstone was one of the first American Junior-Year-Abroad participants while Nicole Jouane served for a year as a teaching assistant and resident native speaker in a college’s French House. Although their experiences differed greatly, they both shared in the delight as well as the difficulties of having to decipher behaviors and customs that were at times confusing, strange, and mysterious. Anyone who has spent time in a foreign country having to communicate in a foreign language will find pleasure in these two memoirs of such an experience in the pre-Internet era.< Less
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Lesrotica: 42 Hottest Lesbian Sex Stories By L.W. Love
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This gigantic selection of 42 lesbian erotica short stories by L. W. Love serves up an erotic feast for both the mind and body! In “The Addiction” Delve into the mind of sex therapist Dr.... More > Kim Cramer, who’s hiding a little secret of her own! In “Damita’s Discipline” a woman’s dominant girlfriend decides to get extra kinky with her on New Years Eve. In “Strapped” Tracy is tired of hearing her roomate’s heated romps with her lover. In a secret moment of passion, she shows her roomie’s girlfriend what it’s like to get it good from a REAL packin’ butch! In “Tara’s Surprise” A woman traveling abroad get’s a special massage with a sexy twist! In “The Professor And The Vixen” In the late 1960′s, during the time of free love, a stuffy, women’s studies professor’s libido is awakened when she meets a librarian with a hidden wild side. There's something for everyone in this large collection; Femme on Femme play, lesbian BDSM, hot Butch/Femme, thrilling threesomes, interracial woman love and much more!< Less
Neil's Story: A Cancer Cure and Love (New Edition) By M. Anne Morbey
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The word "cancer" can instantly instil fear and desperation. In April 2000, Neil was diagnosed with cancer of the duodenum, pancreas and liver, and told he had months to live. The medical... More > profession have rarely come across the tenacity with which Neil and Anne met this news, and which resulted in his last MRI scan showing no signs of cancer. This is their story: about cancer, effective treatment, being cured, and the unforeseen aftermath, and about love. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Anne Morbey grew up in East Africa and the Middle East, the majority of her education being by correspondence course. She was a Wren [Women's Royal Naval Service] in the mid-1960s. She met Neil [a police officer at the time] when she was a Special Constable in North London in 1976. They moved to rural France in 1989. She has been a photographer, teacher, artist - and writes fiction under the pen name Emma Carlton. She lives in the same house that she and Neil bought in 2000 on the outskirts of a village in France.< Less
98% Pure Potato By John Griffiths & Tracey Follows
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This is the enlightening history of how advertising planning started in the UK becoming a worldwide phenomenon. It is an instrumental guide for anyone working or hoping to work in the advertising... More > industry today. From the late 1960s, advertising agency account planners helped to develop long-running advertising campaigns that went on to build well-known household brands that we still use today. It was a golden era of advertising, partly because the campaigns seemed to connect with consumers so well. But who were the account planners who helped to develop these campaigns and build these brands? In 98% Pure Potato, the untold history of those real-life men and women is revealed through insights and anecdotes from some of account planning’s most revered pioneers. Industry experts John Griffiths and Tracey Follows trace the true beginnings, rise and evolution of 'advertising account planning’, uncovering how the UK’s most iconic campaigns came to be, and exploring what challenges and opportunities lie ahead.< Less

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