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📒Lucy Libido Says There S An Oil For That ✍ Lucy Libido
✏Lucy Libido Says There s an Oil for That Book Summary : Meet Lucy Libido, your new best friend who will guide you through using essential oils between the sheets. Based on the smashingly popular Lucy Libido class, this hilarious yet informative book will teach you natural hormone balancing, oils that increase libido, and oils that increase your man's performance. She even includes her best oil recipes that have left her fans starry-eyed and smiling. Developed by a woman for a woman, "There's an Oil for THAT" gives you all the tips, tricks, and fun in one easy to read book that you'll want to store at your bedside.
📒Vitality ✍ Jen O'Sullivan
✏Vitality Book Summary : To receive a free recipe eBook along with several other valuable bonuses, please email your verified purchase receipt to VitalityBook@gmail.comJen O'Sullivan is one of the most trusted resources for essential oil education with five best-selling books on aromatherapy and one of the largest free educational groups available. This book will help all users, from first-time Premium Starter Kit owners to seasoned Young Living veterans. It will answer most of the questions you have and many you never thought to ask. This book will help you make the shift to a healthier lifestyle. It is filled with recipes and fun topics that will get you excited about the journey ahead. Included with this book are several online resources to help you grow. Here's to a life filled with more wellness, more purpose, more abundance, and more vitality!"If you are looking for impeccable oil information or resources for teaching, look no further than Jen O'Sullivan's VITALITY book. Jen is well known for her extensive knowledge of essential oils. The VITALITY book follows in the fabulous footsteps of her many other books and will likely become another favorite on your beloved oily bookshelf." Lucy Libido, best-selling author of Lucy Libido's "There's an Oil for THAT" and "Betsy Bosom's Baby Book"."Jen O'Sullivan has done it again! She is a master wordsmith and a powerful researcher. In VITALITY, she has put together an overview of every product Young Living carries as well as a free online class with graphics and text for 35 posts. She makes sharing easy! You have no excuses to not educate your friends when you use Jen's materials! I will definitely be using this with my team! Jen's resources are simple, powerful, duplicatable, and accurate. Share and grow!"Sarah Harnisch, best-selling Amazon author of "Gameplan" with more than 1.5 million copies sold, and her latest best-seller, "Fearless".
📒Self Defense ✍ Jonathan Kellerman
✏Self Defense Book Summary : NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Dr. Alex Delaware doesn’t see many private patients anymore, but the young woman called Lucy is an exception. So is her dream. Lucy Lowell is referred to Alex by Los Angeles police detective Milo Sturgis. A juror at the agonizing trial of a serial killer, Lucy survived the trauma only to be tormented by a recurring nightmare: a young child in the forest at night, watching a strange and furtive act. “Exciting . . . loaded with tension and packed with titillating insights.”—The New York Times Book Review Now Lucy’s dream is starting to disrupt her waking life, and Alex is concerned. The power of the dream, its grip on Lucy’s emotions, suggests to him that it may be more than a nightmare. It may be the repressed childhood memory of something very real. Something like murder. BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from Jonathan Kellerman's Guilt.
📒Five Murder Mysteries Box Set ✍ Jim Williams
✏Five Murder Mysteries Box Set Book Summary : In this set of five standalone novels Jim Williams explores the central subject of the classic murder mystery, namely the murder itself, to see if there’s anything new that can be done with it. The author transports the reader to different times and places: from Voltaire and Casanova’s 18th century Venice, through two world wars, to present day Southern France. Each novel ends with a brief set of reader’s notes. Contents: Scherzo – Murder and Mystery in 18th Century Venice The Argentinian Virgin – A Wartime Murder Mystery Recherché – A Modern Tale of Memories, Murder and Vampires Tango in Madeira – A Dance of Life, Love and Death The Strange Death of a Romantic – 20th Century Romantics Revisit the Death of Shelley
📒American Film History ✍ Cynthia Lucia
✏American Film History Book Summary : This authoritative collection of introductory and specialized readings explores the rich and innovative history of this period in American cinema. Spanning an essential range of subjects from the early 1900s Nickelodeon to the decline of the studio system in the 1960s, it combines a broad historical context with careful readings of individual films. Charts the rise of film in early twentieth-century America from its origins to 1960, exploring mainstream trends and developments, along with topics often relegated to the margins of standard film histories Covers diverse issues ranging from silent film and its iconic figures such as Charlie Chaplin, to the coming of sound and the rise of film genres, studio moguls, and, later, the Production Code and Cold War Blacklist Designed with both students and scholars in mind: each section opens with an historical overview and includes chapters that provide close, careful readings of individual films clustered around specific topics Accessibly structured by historical period, offering valuable cultural, social, and political contexts Contains careful, close analysis of key filmmakers and films from the era including D.W. Griffith, Charles Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Erich von Stroheim, Cecil B. DeMille, Don Juan, The Jazz Singer, I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang, Scarface, Red Dust, Glorifying the American Girl, Meet Me in St. Louis, Citizen Kane, Bambi, Frank Capra’s Why We Fight series, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, Rebel Without a Cause, Force of Evil, and selected American avant-garde and underground films, among many others. Additional online resources such as sample syllabi, which include suggested readings and filmographies for both general specialized courses, will be available online. May be used alongside American Film History: Selected Readings, 1960 to the Present, to provide an authoritative study of American cinema through the new millennium
📒Darkness At Dawn ✍ Elizabeth Jennings
✏Darkness at Dawn Book Summary : A threat to the Himalayan Kingdom of Nhala unites Army Captain Mike Shafer and Lucy Merritt, an expert restorer of manuscripts. A deadly ancient prophecy of the world's end is manifesting-and so is their attraction to each other. Can they save the world and their chance at love?
📒The Tracks Of His Tears ✍ Lucy Dennis
✏The Tracks of His Tears Book Summary : The news hit her in the face like an old frying pan. She did not know what to do when her cousin gave the particulars surrounding her brothers death. A brother she never set eyes on. A brother her father deliberately did not tell her about. After days and days of reading upon his trial, she grew angry about the truth, he was hanged for a crime he did not commit! Her great annoyance heightened when evidence of his innocence fell into her lap with one telephone call. An email she received was more proof that Herman Perry Dennis Jr. was framed for the murder of Ruth Farnsworth. She remembered her father and his struggle with alcoholism. She also remembered his intelligence and how people marveled at it, yet she never understood why it was impossible for him to go a day without drinking. After she listened to her cousin describe his ghastly nightmare, she finally understood. Herman P. Dennis Jr. was an upright young man, who appreciated his Blackness and was proud of it. He was very intelligent and joining the Air Force in the 1940s was proof of it. In his walk during his enlistment, he tackled with racism. He spoke and wrote about it. The beautiful young lady was killed, but not by the hands of Herman P. Dennis Jr.. Black men, by definition of Whites in those days, desired White women so much, until they would go to any length to have one, so with rape came a lynching. It did not matter if the person was guilty, someone had to pay. The town of Rosewood Florida came to mind when she began writing about her brother.
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