Now I'd like to tell you about one important feature of my "Song". It actually can be sung silently! I don't mean a whisper – I mean “with no sound at all”.
Author: Alexander Iliashchuk
Snore turns every night into hell. Almost all families suffer from snore of the one of spouses. Men snore more often. But the origins of women's and men's snore are the same. I have been testing various treatment methods for four years and have personally felt their effect or, better to say, lack of any effect. As a result, I developed my own technique. And only after I've got convinced of its effectiveness, I wrote this book. I would like to thank my wife. Her persistence helped me find the way to overcome snore. It was not so easy. Follow my recommendations. Avoid the key factors provoking the snore. And you'll feel the positive result at once. My book is devoted to family couples. To husbands and wives. It is the wife who can promote the husband to take care of his health and nice sleep for the whole family. Show my book to your husband. You can get rid of snore! My best motivation was the words of my mother-in-law in the heading who said my father-in-law has never snored thanks to his little secret. And I have no secrets from you.
We share more about my faith and there is a silent bond taking place in spite of ourselves, and now it's about 1 a. m. in the morning, and I realized that I ...
Author: Bernidetter Davis
"Tripping, stumbling and bumbling" is what I did on my journey to "falling in love". You might say that is exactly what happened when I met "Mr. Right". My heart was dark and empty. After all, love didn't love me, so why bother? But something happened on the way back from my dungeon; a light in a dark place he was. This quietly smooth, easy going, and ruggedly handsome man arrested my attention, slowly disarming me of my swords and whips. He took away the shields, and left me opened and exposed to experience everything I never knew about love. This book will take you on a journey. To those who never had a love like this before, here is hope: grab on, and don't let go. Never stop believing, because even in a sometimes cold and heartless world, everybody needs somebody, and there is somebody for everybody to love.
“That's bullshit!” she exclaimed. Piola hadthe gracenottopress his point. “You know, there's one participant in all this we haven't yet spoken to,” he said.
Author: Jonathan Holt
Publisher: Head of Zeus
One secret can change everything. This is Part One of Book One in a compulsive conspiracy thriller revealing a secret that will re-write history. For all fans of Stieg Larsson or Dan Brown. It is Carnival in Venice, and fireworks burst in the midnight sky as masked figures dance and drink on the streets below. But on the church steps of Santa Maria, there is a deathly hush. A body has washed up from the Grand Canal: a woman, wearing the robes of a Catholic priest. An Abomination. Captain Kat Tapo is young and ambitious and this is her first murder case. Fresh evidence leads her deep into Venice's murky backwaters... but then the trail goes cold. Lieutenant Holly Boland is a US soldier, born and raised in Italy. She's investigating the murder of a female activist, found in a canal – and she's just been ordered to destroy evidence. Daniele Barbo, reclusive hacker, is guardian of the encrypted website, Carnivia.com for those who trade in secrets. Here, in the virtual city of Venice, the identities of the dead women lie hidden in plain sight. Did these two women die for what they believed? Or what they knew? With official channels closed, the truth is out of reach. Until Kat, Holly and Daniele uncover a dark secret from Italy's wartime past. At its centre is a dangerous alliance of powerful men within the Church, the CIA, and NATO... Men who would kill to keep the truth hidden... This is PART 1 of BOOK 1, The Abomination, the first thriller in The Carnivia Trilogy. The Abomination is currently available as a full ebook and has been on sale since May 2013.
where I think you worked best, having the most peace there? Well, if you were aware that we had lost her, not a word of it reached me.
Author: Tennessee Williams
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
“The peak of my virtuosity was in the one-act plays—like firecrackers in a rope.” —Tennessee Williams This new collection of fantastic, lesser-known one-acts contains some of Williams’s most potent, comical and disturbing short plays?Upper East Side ladies dine out during the apocalypse in Now the Cats With Jeweled Claws, while the poet Hart Crane is confronted by his mother at the bottom of the ocean in Steps Must Be Gentle. Five previously unpublished plays include A Recluse and His Guest, and The Strange Play, in which we witness a woman’s entire life lived within a twenty-four-hour span. This volume is edited, with an introduction and notes, by the editor, acting teacher, and theater scholar Thomas Keith.
33 lines You have been loaned out and now..., I want you back. I want you back to sit on my shelf and brighten my day, to let my rough fingers play across ...
Author: J. Proudfoot
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
If life really is a bowl of cherries, then we would all get several bites. But the bites we take, never seem to balance things up. All our lives are about balance. Grains of truth, pinches of salt, mothers and fathers, reality and perception. Poems are just words, but our expression is a fulcrum. Take what you can from these poems, and find your own balance. This first collection was started in 2004, and written over the course of a year spent off and on touring in the company of Alanis Morissette. It became a habit for me to break out the leather bound journal and pencil whenever a quiet moment presented itself. Even when dog tired, if the call was heard, it was answered. But this book is not a snapshot, some poems were written from experience, some from empathy, and some from an emotional reserve tank that I was unaware I had. Some flowed in minutes and others in days. I hope the reader will find some resonance in at least one part of this book, and making a connection is all that the words can aspire to.
'It's got one of those entry phones,' she said, 'but I don't think it's working.' 'They never seem to work,' said Max, thinking of Ruby's London flat.
Author: Elly Griffiths
Publisher: Hachette UK
A gripping Brighton-based mystery from the bestselling author of the Dr Ruth Galloway series - a must-read for fans of Agatha Christie, cosy crime and TV series such as Grantchester and Midsomer Murders. 'Griffiths writes with a smart, sharp eye' Peter James 'Recalls the best of Agatha Christie' Sunday Express Three young women have gone missing. A girl called Rhonda has vanished from her boarding school. Maybe she ran away, but there are disturbing similarities to the disappearance of two other young women - those too thought not to be suspicious. But where are they? Detective Edgar Stephens is under pressure to solve Rhonda's disappearance, but it is his wife Emma, herself a former detective now frustrated at being just a housewife, who concludes there might be a connection between the three cases. Then the danger comes nearer home. Edgar's friend, magician Max Mephisto, is reinventing himself as a movie star and trying not to envy his daughter Ruby's television fame. Little do either of them know how close they are to being drawn into the deadly web of abduction and murder about to trap them all. 'A piquant mixture of humour, period detail . . . and truly beguiling characterisation' Financial Times
I took a job editing the night-shift in Salem, the weird hours shifting him into the furies as the foliage blazed into the post-Sept. 11 fall.
Author: Douglas McDaniel
A collection of essays on the media arts during a time of war, the book looks at everything from cyberwar to video games, as well as technology and violence in the new century.
limitations of what we believe is good and allows us to participate in goodness. The apostle Paul wrote: “Pray without ceasing” (1 Thessalonians 5:17).
Author: Andy Ross
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
We are experiencing God always. The experience of God, however, transcends our capacity to comprehend it. We will never fully grasp what God is, but this does not mean we should stop trying. Our ideas about God set the tone for our spiritual development. The further we are willing to journey into the mystery of God, the more we will be transformed by it. The bigger the ideas, the bigger the God, and the more our lives will reflect God. When I set out to write Where is God? it was my intention to entertain the biggest ideas possible. I wanted to understand the God of all things--the God of religion and science, the God of music and beauty, the God of life and death, the God of love. This is a book of ideas, big ideas.
All you have is Now. All you need is Now. Be in the moment and look. Don't think; just be. Doing this regularly will help to encourage The Shift.
Author: Karin J. Hobson
Written over several months Now: The Voice of One is a Native American spiritual book. (Note - She was able to read signs and symbols and, the birds would talk to her) Written with help from the spiritual realm this book shows synchronicities and perceptions in how we live our lives should we pay attention. Remaining in the present moment you will begin to see how everything is tied together. Like one voice, he who sees, hears, or feels can relate to the oneness in everyday life. In the moment. This book records what had happened to the writer, and she is confident of the material being true to form. Brothers and Sisters from around the world were in direct contact with her via the internet. And, whether or not it can be proven is not of importance. What is of importance is the coming together in unity of one voice. Where we stand shoulder to shoulder in support of the other in times of need. The messages are everywhere. Open your heart and you, too, will see that which is happening all around you.
They put their heads together and came up with a king-sized stall, which is something we need to carry through now even more than then. Elan, if you can ...
Author: William Walling
Colonizing the galaxy’s near reaches, the myriad, mutated children of Earth are loosely governed by Imperium Terrestriana, and a hierarchy headed by an elite neohuman minority proactively fostering Convention, a body of civil law that featured Code Duello, and under its precepts trillions of eligible patricians and plebes wield their swords to settle all public and private disputes. Imperial explorers discover parsecs-distant Dan, a raw, idyllic world seemingly ripe for colonization, where enigmatic indigenes exhibiting superior intellect come and go like shadows, yet lack habitations or any visible infrastructure. The telepathic Danii who abhor violence are horrified when sequestered duelists begin vanishing, and repeatedly explain how mysterious “Higher Ones,” appalled by the wanton destruction of life wrought by victorious duelists, “have taken miscreant smallswordsmen into their gentle care.” The unseen Higher Ones make their acute displeasure known through precipitate action in a chilling, ironic climax that raises provocative questions about neohumankind’s place in the eternal scheme of things.
But here and now, I can feel the strength of my convictions, of my hate for the people here. The ones who hurt Isabella, who won't leave me alone.
Author: Andrew Tabbutt
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Cold, cruel, and arrogant, Michael is very much his father’s son. Obsessed by stories of genocide, this pampered prince’s curiosity gets the better of him. Realizing that his boring life of luxury is holding him back from knowing what the world is really like, Michael sets out on a journey of self-discovery without any true understanding of what awaits him on the surface. At first, his arrogance is enough for those first few steps, but that false strength quickly leaves him when confronted with the harsh new realities of life. Once on the surface, he meets mutated plant and animal life, encounters what is left of humanity, and begins to understand what it truly means to be human in this dangerous new world. It threatens to break him, to leave him with nowhere to go and no one to turn to. In time, Michael will find his way and maybe even become something he had never thought possible: someone who deserves the many wonders of his life.