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📒Double Sided Magic ✍ McKenzie Hunter
✏Double Sided Magic Book Summary : I am Levy Michaels. Once my kind were the hunters-now we are the hunted. Supernaturals are out of the closet but I have to stay hidden because of the type of magic I possess. I'm a Legacy. It sounds like the title should come with reverence, a trust fund, or at the very least a cool backstory-instead it comes with a death sentence. I have to hide in plain sight and pretend to be just human. I'm pretty good at it. I live a simple and somewhat normal life, and I work in antique acquisitions. Everything's going fine until a dangerous and enchanted dagger that was once in my possession is stolen. I didn't think things could get any worse until I woke up next to a dead shifter, fae, and mage, without any memory of the past twenty-four hours. Considered guilty of murder by most of the magical community and humans, I must work with Gareth, the sexy and dangerous leader of the Supernatural Guild. If he's as good as rumored, it's only a matter of time until he discovers the truth about me-then being found guilty of murder is the least of my worries.
📒Metal Clay Magic ✍ Nana V. Mizushima
✏Metal Clay Magic Book Summary : This book includes step-by-step instructions for rolling, stamping, finishing and combining metal clay with other materials. More than 25 projects.
📒Microwave Ring Circuits And Related Structures ✍ Kai Chang
✏Microwave Ring Circuits and Related Structures Book Summary : The definitive text on microwave ring circuits-now better than ever For the past three decades, the ring resonator has been widely used in such applications as measurements, filters, oscillators, mixers, couplers, power dividers/combiners, antennas, and frequency-selective surfaces, to name just a few. The field has continued to expand, with many new analyses, models, and applications recently reported. Microwave Ring Circuits and Related Structures has long been the only text fully dedicated to the treatment of ring resonators. The second edition has been thoroughly revised to reflect the most current developments in the field. In addition to updating all the original material, the authors have added extensive new coverage on: * A universal model for both rectangular and circular ring configurations * Applications of ring structures for all types of planar circuits * A new transmission line analysis * An abundance of new applications in bandpass and bandstop filters, couplers, oscillators, and antennas While retaining all the features that made the original text so useful to both students and teachers in the field, the second edition seeks to introduce the analysis and models of ring resonators and to apply them to both the old and the new applications, including microstrip, slotline, coplanar waveguide, and waveguide transmission lines. Based on dissertations and papers published by graduate students, scholars, and research associates at A&M University, Microwave Ring Circuits and Related Structures, Second Edition is sure to be a valuable addition to both engineering classrooms and research libraries in the field.
📒Self Working Paper Magic ✍ Karl Fulves
✏Self Working Paper Magic Book Summary : Easy-to-perform paper miracles: make a piece of newspaper disappear, link paper rings magically, tricks with dollar bills, tricks with paper bags, animated paper folds, make "living" paper dolls, mind-reading tricks with file cards, much more. Essential tricks for amateur and professional alike. 356 illustrations.
📒The Magic Pattern Book ✍ Amy Barickman
✏The Magic Pattern Book Book Summary : A whole wardrobe in a book. Imagine a pattern. A pattern for a simple skirt. Let’s call it “The Skirt.” Now, imagine that this pattern is magic—it not only yields one stylish skirt, but in fact can be used to make six stylish skirts. By following different markers on the pattern, “The Skirt” can be: 1) an A-line skirt; 2) a maxi skirt; 3) a flirty pleated hem skirt; 4) a smart-looking pencil-wrap skirt; 5) a flared bias skirt; 6) a ruffled mini. But wait, there’s more! Following each look are six fabric recommendations, some of them easily repurposed. So now, not only does each pattern turn into six patterns, but each of the six patterns can turn into six different garments. With six magic patterns in the book, the end result is 216 original designs! The skill level is basic, and there’s a complete sewing primer included, with recommendations for basic tools, step-by-step instruction, a guide to fabrics, and a sizing reference chart. Express your fashion sense, look great, be creative—and save money. Now that’s magic.
📒Magenta Style Paper Magic ✍ Nathalie Metivier
✏Magenta Style Paper Magic Book Summary : A Main Selection for Crafter's Choice Book Club Elegant, artistic, inspiring, magical--all terms used to describe Magenta, a unique company in Quebec, Canada, whose glorious papercrafting products and work are sought after and admired by papercrafters. An inspiring combination of inventive ideas, tips, and techniques on creating memorable projects, offering more than fifty imaginative scrapbook pages, album covers, cards, invitations, stationery, picture frames, Christmas tree ornaments, decorative boxes, all with distinctive treatment--Magenta Style: lavish, rich color, texture, and embellishments. Each main project offers a technique and variations--a change in the color palette, or a different composition using the same materials or techniques, or a smaller type of project (card vs. frame or album cover) using the same materials or techniques. Learn the ‘Magenta' way to use rubber stamps, stickers, sumptuous embellishments, colored pencils, inks, or decorative paper and how to get the most from a variety of materials, even how to adapt the projects to use materials from other sources. Known for their meticulous attention to detail and imaginative projects, this is the first book to showcase the unique and always elegant Magenta Style Paper Magic, from Nathalie Metivier and Leslie Conron Carola.
📒Ordinary Enchantments ✍ Wendy B. Faris
✏Ordinary Enchantments Book Summary : Ordinary Enchantments investigates magical realism as the most important trend in contemporary international fiction, defines its characteristics and narrative techniques, and proposes a new theory to explain its significance. In the most comprehensive critical treatment of this literary mode to date, Wendy B. Faris discusses a rich array of examples from magical realist novels around the world, including the work not only of Latin American writers like Gabriel Garcia Marquez, but also of authors like Salman Rushdie, Gunter Grass, Toni Morrison, and Ben Okri. Faris argues that by combining realistic representation with fantastic elements so that the marvelous seems to grow organically out of the ordinary, magical realism destabilizes the dominant form of realism based on empirical definitions of reality, gives it visionary power, and thus constitutes what might be called a "remystification" of narrative in the West. Noting the radical narrative heterogeneity of magical realism, the author compares its cultural role to that of traditional shamanic performance, which joins the worlds of daily life and that of the spirits. Because of that capacity to bridge different worlds, magical realism has served as an effective decolonizing agent, providing the ground for marginal voices, submerged traditions, and emergent literatures to develop and create masterpieces. At the same time, this process is not limited to postcolonial situations but constitutes a global trend that replenishes realism from within. In addition to describing what many consider to be the progressive cultural work of magical realism, Faris also confronts the recent accusation that magical realism and its study as a global phenomenon can be seen as a form of commodification and an imposition of cultural homogeneity. And finally, drawing on the narrative innovations and cultural scenarios that magical realism enacts, she extends those principles toward issues of gender and the possibility of a female element within magical realism.
📒Magic And Showmanship ✍ Henning Nelms
✏Magic and Showmanship Book Summary : Highly instructive book by a noted authority on the subject analyzes every phase of conjuring, from sleights, devices, misdirection, and controlling audience attention to incorporating patter and the effective use of assistants.
📒Patriarchy And Power In Magical Realism ✍ Maryam Ebadi Asayesh
✏Patriarchy and Power in Magical Realism Book Summary : Although the term magic(al) realism appeared in 1925 in pictorial art in Germany, it became well-known with the boom of magical realist fiction in Latin America in the 1960s. Since the 1980s, it has become one of the popular modes of writing worldwide. Due to its oxymoronic and hybrid nature, it has caught the attention of critics. Some have called it a postcolonial form of writing because of its prominence in postcolonial countries, while others have called it a postmodern mode because of the time of its emergence and the techniques applied in these kinds of novels. This book discusses how magical realism was used in the works of three contemporary female writers, Indigo or, Mapping the Waters (1992) by the British Marina Warner, The House of the Spirits (1982) by the Latin American writer Isabel Allende, and Fatma: a novel of Arabia (2002) by the Saudi Arabian Raja Alem. It shows how, by applying magical realism, these writers empowered women. Using revisionary nostalgia, these works changed the process of history writing by the powerful, showed the presence of women, and gave voice to their unheard stories. Even the techniques applied in these novels presented the clash with patriarchy and power.
📒Sinful Magic A Rouge Paranormal Romance ✍ Jennifer Lyon
✏Sinful Magic A Rouge Paranormal Romance Book Summary : Witch Roxy Banfield is determined to become mortal in order to pursue her dream of real love and a family. All she has to do is avoid meeting the one man whose sensuality can release her powers. Wing Slayer Hunter Kieran "Key" DeMicca channels the dark violence that lives inside him his art and telling stories. Lately he finds himself drawing images of a young woman in peril, and assumes that she's just a product of his imagination - until he meets Roxy. Struck by her beauty and her resemblance to his sketches, he feels compelled to protect her. As steamy magic, lethal danger, and timeless love collide, Roxy must become what she swore she would never be - and inadvertently awaken a part of Key that will threaten to destroy them both. If you like Sherrilyn Kenyon and J.R. Ward, you'll love Jennifer Lyon's magical Wing Slayer series.