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#1 New York Times bestselling author of Hopeless joins forces with the New York Times bestselling author of Mud Vein. Together, they have created a gripping, romantic tale unlike any other. "How odd to be made of flesh, balanced on bone, and filled with a soul you've never met." Charlize Wynwood and Silas Nash have been best friends since they could walk. They've been in love since the age of fourteen. But as of this morning...they are complete strangers. Their first kiss, their first fight, the moment they fell in love...every memory has vanished. "I don't care what our real first kiss was," he says. "That's the one I want to remember." Charlize and Silas must work together to uncover the truth about what happened to them and why. But the more they learn about the couple they used to be...the more they question why they were ever together to begin with. "I want to remember what it feels like to love someone like that. And not just anyone. I want to know what it feels like to love Charlie."
Arvella E. Edwards is a graduate of Augsburg College in Minneapolis, MN. She attended the University of Minnesota — Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs where she studied Health Care for the Elderly. While attending college in Minneapolis she received various scholarships and fellowships to study Health Care for the elderly in England and Norway. She attended at NYU's School of Film Making. She graduated from Walton High School in the Bronx, NY where she lived for thirty-two years. Arvella is a mother of two children, Arvella a girl and Chris one boy. She is the proud grandmother of two boys, Seamas and Dylan. She worked in various industries before moving to Minneapolis to attend college. Some of those industries were Broadcasting, Advertising, Public Relations and Publishing. She has trained technicians in Customer Service skills at Control Data and ITT. Additionally, the other industries she was privileged to work in were Investment Banking and Securities. Arvella has given a lot to the community while living in NYC. For four years she taught job search skills to homeless men, cooked meals for the homeless in lower Manhattan, supervised overnight shelters in Mid-town Manhattan. Her hobbies are reading, writing, travelling and people watching. She loves NYC, which is her home town and is a proud member of a multi-cultural family of nine. Arvella's exposure to a multi-cultural/racial environment has spurred her on to write this book. Arvella currently lives in Poughkeepsie, NY. The town of Never Never is her first book. She is a cancer survivor and well into her seventies. We hope you enjoy this coming of age story; there will be more to come.
When Malcolm and Dandy's class visits the sugar factory, they discover the factory floor is haunted, and they must rid the refinery of the ghost who vows she will never leave.
"Cheon's name was then formally entered in the station books as cook and gardener, at twenty-five shillings a week. ... There was nothing he could not and did not do for our good; and it was well that he refused to be instructed in anybody's ways, for his own were delightfully disobedient and unexpected and entertaining." - Jeannie Gunn, We of the Never Never. For readers world-wide Mrs Aeneas Gunn brought the Outback to life with her account of a year spent on a remote cattle station in Northern Australia. And of all the characters in her book she especially relished "Cheon ... whose presence and vivid language are one of the great attractions of We of the Never Never" Geoffrey Dutton. As a literary figure, Cheon is fondly remembered, but his personal story has been a mystery-one that Kevin Wong Hoy reveals quite remarkable.
“Joy’s commitment to demystifying the symptoms and challenges of multiple sclerosis has resulted in the writing of a book that offers hope and inspiration to others. As Joy persevered, she learned a multitude of lessons that enabled her to maximize her level of functioning and to find meaning in even the most difficult challenges. She invites readers to take a walk with her through her story in order to connect to their own tenacity and resilience. By presenting the information in a reader friendly style, anyone facing adversity will find helpful strategies and the courage to ‘Never Give Up’ in their own difficulties.” —Margaret Evans RN, BScN, CPCC Registered nurse, life coach, author
An absorbing, highly entertaining novel about family secrets, The Never Never Sisters introduces you to the strong-willed and big-hearted Reinhardt women, as they reunite one summer in New York. Gifted storyteller L. Alison Heller has written another witty and moving page-turner that will captivate readers and keep them guessing right up until the satisfying end. Sometimes you just need to get away…. Marriage counselor Paige Reinhardt is counting down the days to summer, eager to reconnect with her workaholic husband at their cozy rental cottage in the Hamptons. But soon a mysterious crisis at Dave’s work ruins their getaway plans. Paige is still figuring out how to handle the unexplained chill in her marriage when her troubled sister suddenly returns after a two-decade silence. Now, instead of enjoying the lazy summer days along the ocean, Paige is navigating the rocky waters of a forgotten bond with her sister in the sweltering city heat. As she attempts to dig deeper into Dave’s work troubles and some long-held family secrets, Paige is shocked to discover how little she knows about the people closest to her. This summer, the self-proclaimed relationship expert will grapple with her biggest challenge yet: Is it worth risking your most precious relationships in order to find yourself?
Nothing turns out as you plan, I guess; but I often think if I'd gone to a fortune teller when I was at school and been told I'd marry a guy who makes false teeth, move to Alice Springs, have five kids and become a standup comedian; well, I would have been surprised to say the least.' Fiona O?Loughlin is certainly the funniest (and possibly one of the busiest) working mothers in Australia today: a stand-up comedian based in Alice Springs and Adelaide, she is on the road for most of the year, doing live performances, plus regular television appearances. Fiona has also had successful shows at the Edinburgh and Adelaide fringe festivals, the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. This book contains her stories ? funny and sometimes sad ? about her upbringing as part of a large Irish-Catholic family on a wheat farm in South Australia, her chaotic and disorganised family life ever since, living in Alice Springs and making it as a stand-up comedian. She also talks of a darker side of the life of many performers ? alcohol. This book is for anyone who likes to laugh (and cry), who wants to read about a woman living her life on her terms. `O`Loughlin memoir is deep and honest, as she describes her love for her large family and her ordeal of struggling with alcohol addiction?? The NSW Writers Centre `Her memoir is charm personified in that it?s not only a fascinating journey through an Australian woman?s life, its candour and honesty is kind of heart-melting?- Australian Women Online `This is one which will raise a lot of laughs not least because she is one of those rare people who can see the funny side to everything life throws at her? - Weekend Notes
God created life on countless worlds. On earth, in hominids and men, he created circuits of neurons to give us more than a hundred instincts-far more instincts than any animal. Researching primitive life in the desert, two scientists find a huge and welcome cave. God sends them an urgent message inside the cave. In our brains, he created circuits of neurons to give us more than a hundred powerful instincts-far more than any animal. These instincts let hominids and stone-age men survive. But for humans living in cities for over 5,000 years, for people today with technological weapons-the instincts can make of man a monster. The Archangel shows what our circuits are-and warns that now they can destroy us. Recommended reading at home for parents to give to their school-children.
Novel; outback Queensland setting; references to conflict and treatment of Aborgines by settlers.
The #1 New York Times bestseller of a brilliant investigator facing the shock of her brother's murder arrest . . . and her own exile in the Australian outback. Harry Blue is the top Sex Crimes investigator in her department. But even she didn't see this coming: her own brother arrested for the grisly murders of three beautiful young women. "For her own good," she's been sent to a desolate location and assigned to a new "partner." But is he actually meant to be a watchdog? In her strange new home, Harry vanishes to a place where no one would ever think to look for her.
Large Format for easy reading. An Australian classic. Depicts the enduring hardships of life in the Australian outback and the battles against sexist and racial prejudices.
A history and description of southwestern textiles along with a catalog of Pueblo, Navajo, Mexican, and Spanish American blankets, ponchos, and sarapes.