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📒After Delores ✍ Sarah Schulman
✏After Delores Book Summary : A new edition of Sarah Schulman’s 1988 novel, about a no-nonsense coffee-shop waitress who is nursing a broken heart after her girlfriend Dolores leaves her. Her attempts to find love again are funny, sexy, and ultimately even violent. The novel is a fast-paced, electrifying chronicle of the Lower East Side’s lesbian subculture in the 1980s.
📒Droves Cove Meets Doubtful Delores ✍ Adria Thompson
✏Droves Cove Meets Doubtful Delores Book Summary : Doubtful Delores doubts herself and nearly everything else but, she knows she has a special gift she must use! Romeo the rooster, Peppermint the miniature cow, Mr. Wrinkle’s, a Jellyfish named Joey, the golden path, shiny diamonds and an ultimate game of hide and seek! Is this place even for real? You decide when you join Doubtful Delores on her exciting and lesson-filled journey into the entertaining and spectacular seaside Kingdom of Droves Cove! A fictional children’s book series Droves Cove books are written from an Evangelical Christian point of view and are based on biblical principles. Suitable for readers ages 8 to 12.
📒Out Of Stone ✍ john g rees
✏Out of Stone Book Summary : If you think evil had been put to rest with Halocline, john g rees’ 2nd book of his ‘anoxic zone’ series, think again. Evil does not sleep, nor take a break as men do. It waits, but it is not still. Patient, but never at peace. It waits until men take their break on vigilance. Then the tendrils of greed, lust, power and jealousy insinuate themselves within the fecund soil of the unguarded mind. That is just the beginning. Evil does not want to be forever on the inside, just behind the eyes. No, it wants to live among men, feed on their fear. It wants out! Sechra was just a child when she witnessed man’s cruelty in the extreme. Her young mind became black with hatred for what had been done to her family and people. Now this is what you call fertile soil. In a moment of childhood ignorance, she embraced the seed of evil in an effort to fill the void of all she had lost. It sprouted. Grew. A dark hand guided her, unseen behind Sechra’s sparkling eyes. Years of practice and natural ability rendered the girl a master stonecutter. No one noticed the sinister nature within her sculpture, least of all Sechra, until it was too late. Then all hell breaks loose. ‘Out of Stone’, john g rees’ 4th horror novel, once again grabs hold of the reader by the neck and brings them to places they’ve never been. And never want to be. That’s the fun of it! Out of Stone, takes two characters from his earlier award winning anoxic zone series and gives them headline roles. They fulfill them rather tremendously; bringing us into worlds we did not know existed, showing us horrors from theirs and other lives that immediately become our own. We follow Sechra, who was a peculiar little girl as Halocline ended and just a child when she witnessed man’s cruelty in the extreme. Her young mind became black with hatred for what had been done to her family and people. Her Aunt Karuna was there more often for the girl, as her daughter Riana & Vlad, her husband, the Voivode, were more involved in the workings of their people and land in Romania. Karuna most definitely thought Sechra was a unique child. Her determination and strength of mind were amazing. She had been through a lot in her young life, things that would have turned others mad. Instead, she turned it out to art. Sechra had turned into quite the sculptor in her teens, continuing on to amaze and confound her family, acquaintances, and then the art world, none of which had never seen such hideous visions, let alone imagine them. Karuna Danesti felt the evil in Sechra’s work and knew it had to be out in the world as well. That was what Sechra’s work was saying. No one noticed the sinister nature within her sculpture, least of all Sechra, until it was too late. Then all hell breaks loose!
📒A Reference Guide To Television S Bonanza ✍ Bruce R. Leiby
✏A Reference Guide to Television s Bonanza Book Summary : Bonanza aired on NBC from September 12, 1959, to January 16, 1973, playing to 480,000,000 viewers in over 97 countries. It was the second longest running western series, surpassed only by Gunsmoke, and continues to provide wholesome entertainment to old and new fans via syndication. This book provides an in-depth chronicle of the series and its stars. A history of the show from its inception to the current made-for-television movies is provided, and an episode guide includes a synopsis of each show and lists such details as the main characters of each episode and the actors who portrayed them, the dates they stayed with the show, date and time of original broadcast, writer, director, producer, executive producer, and supporting cast. Also provided are character sketches for each of the major recurring characters, career biographies of Lorne Green, Pernell Roberts, Dan Blocker, and Michael Landon, brief biographical sketches of the supporting cast, a discography of recordings of the Bonanza theme and recordings of the four major stars, and information on Bonanza television movies.
📒Follow Your Heart ✍ PAJES THOMAS
✏FOLLOW YOUR HEART Book Summary : God's words are imprinted on the hearts of His people... even "The Children from Hell," as Pajes Thomas once referred to herself and her siblings. An unbelievable tale of shocking family abuse and unlikely survival - ensured only by the author's fierce adherence to the mandates of her own heart, despite the chaos around her.
📒Riding The Gold Curve ✍ Faye Morgan
✏Riding the Gold Curve Book Summary : Abby Palmer is a heroine in the truest sense of the word, and Riding the Gold Curve, Faye Morgan's legacy, is a tribute to the human spirit.
📒Letters For Special Situations ✍ Anne McKinney
✏Letters for Special Situations Book Summary : A valuable how-to resource for those who seek guidance in composing letters for business and personal reasons. Some of the letters shown are these: letters of complaint, letters of appeal, business marketing letters, press releases, letters appealing a job dismissal, letters appealing a supervisor's rating, letters of application to law school and medical school, cover letters to accompany resumes, follow-up letters after job interviews, collections letters, letters related to consumer credit and finance, legal letters and notices, letters of apology, letters of appreciation, letters of reference and letters of recommendation, letters of nomination, letters of opposition, letters of reprimand, letters of termination, letters of solicitation, letters of intent, letters to public officials, networking letters, promissory notes, letters requesting a raise, letters requesting a promotion, letters of resignation, and many more letters designed to assist in personal and business matters. In an era whenmany feel that letter writing is "the lost art, " this book can be a valuable tool to help anyone create letters to use in the special situations in life.
📒When Everything Get S In The Way ✍ Mattia M. Smith
✏When Everything Get s in the Way Book Summary : It began with the heartbreaking unparalleled bond between family and lovers trust. An Emotional, provocative, spiritual and unforgettable novel about how we love, how we long to be loved, how the choices we make from day to day has cause and effect in our everyday lives. This novel is broad in scope and settings. Wise, and dramatically true in its story telling. “When Everything Get’s In The Way” is a completely captivating novel that foretells deeply felt pains of betrayal, lies, deceit and the broken bonds of trust by a loved one and what it means to be human and to love and wanting to be loved. What happens to them and the large and small manners, in which it echoes throughout, the lives of so many other people is proof of the moral complexity of life, which involves lovers wounds, and betrayal. And the honor and sacrifice we make for one another to get to the top.
📒The United Nations At Work In Asia ✍ Roy D. Morey
✏The United Nations at Work in Asia Book Summary : The groundwork for the Asian economic miracle was established in the last 25 or so years—the time period covered in this book. China and Vietnam started substituting pragmatism for communist ideology and Thailand started on a path toward greater democracy. The timing was perfect for an American United Nations representative to arrive in the two communist countries because, for the first time, both placed a premium on improving relations with the U.S. and both were moving toward a market economy. This book acquaints the reader with evolving political, economic and social conditions in these countries and the role played by UN organizations. A chapter on the South Pacific details the challenges of providing useful development assistance in small isolated countries. The book also reveals a hidden side of the United Nations, the role played by more than 30 UN agencies, funds and programs in providing development and humanitarian assistance. The past two or three decades were a period of great upheaval in Asia. Enormous events and developments involving the United Nations are analyzed in the book. These include the Tiananmen Square crisis in China; 300,000 Cambodian refugees camped along the Thai border; escaping the killing fields of the Khmer Rouge; efforts to rid the Golden Triangle of opium production; the sensitive diplomacy required in fostering cooperation among North Korea, South Korea, China and Mongolia; and a firsthand account of negotiating the international agreement creating the Mekong River Commission.
📒Little Green ✍ Loretta Stinson
✏Little Green Book Summary : In Little Green, Loretta Stinson’s stunning, redemptive first novel, tragedy leaves Janie Marek orphaned and in the care of her stepmother. The novel opens two years later, in 1976, when Janie, at fourteen, runs away. A ride she’s hitchhiked leaves her on the freeway outside a Northwestern town. A strip club called The Habit is the closest thing within walking distance, and Janie finds herself working there. Janie falls for Paul Jesse, a drug dealer, and moves in with him as he spirals into addiction and becomes physically abusive. As the violence escalates, Janie finds a job in a bookstore and begins to establish her independence. Leaving Paul after a brutal beating, Janie must reconcile their relationship and make the most difficult, most dangerous choice she’ll ever make. Like Dorothy Allison’s Bastard Out of Carolina and Alice Walker’s The Color Purple, Loretta Stinson portrays the psychology of a woman who has experienced violence at the hands of someone she loves and the complexity of leaving with sensitivity and insight. This is a life-affirming story about a woman who finds strength in books, in the promise of education, and in the community of friends who help her find a way out.