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The Monday Girl

The Monday Girl Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Julie Johnson
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Katharine Firestone is a bit of a mess. Between an acting career that’s never quite made lift-off to stardom, a pathetic love life of online-dating-app losers, and a maxed-out balance on every one of her credit cards, things can’t get much worse. So, when she’s plucked from relative obscurity to land a lead role in Hollywood’s next big blockbuster, Kat is sure she’s finally on the right track. Until she meets her co-star, Grayson Dunn… and all her plans are completely derailed. Grayson is everything you’d expect the hottest actor alive to be — charming, disarming, and cocky as hell. As their characters slowly spiral into love on screen, Kat struggles to keep herself from falling for real. She knows handing Grayson her heart and expecting him not to break it would be the biggest mistake of her life. Yet the deeper she’s immersed in his glamorous world, the more blurred the boundaries between scripted affection and sincere passion become… and the harder it is to deny that their on-camera chemistry has crescendoed into a behind-the-scenes love affair… What happens when you fall for someone who’s guaranteed to shatter you into pieces? Do you walk away? Or do you let him break you because, even broken, there’s simply no way you can’t stay? THE MONDAY GIRL is a messy contemporary romance about a mixed up girl who falls for the wrong boy. It is the first part of a duet. The second installment, THE SOMEDAY GIRL, is now available for purchase. Recommended for readers ages 17+ due to strong language, sexual situations, drug use, and other mature elements.

Common Secrets

Common Secrets Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Romel Celanese Smith
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1546210431
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Common Secrets is about a young girl who dreamed of being a star in the sky. Monday lived and loved life with her mother, Jade, but her dreams and life became a real dream that she had no intentions of happening. Monday had to find the dream that she knew was hers and to leave the real dream that was taking place. Monday faced extreme challenges with no one to turn to. Only God would be her listening ear of her many nights of cries.

The Girl From Number 22

The Girl From Number 22 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Joan Jonker
Editor: Headline
ISBN: 0755390385
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New neighbours. New drama. New love. The Girl From Number 22 is a warm-hearted and touching story of a community triumphing over adversity, from one of Liverpool's best-loved authors, Joan Jonker. Perfect for fans of Katie Flynn and Rosie Goodwin. It's the end of an era for Ada Fenwick and Hetty Watson when their neighbour Eliza Porter decides to leave her home after nigh on sixty years. The new family who moves into Eliza's old house seems quiet and respectable at first. Ada and Hetty welcome them as friends, while Ada's son Danny can't help but notice the pretty girl from Number 22. But all is not what it seems. For Tom Phillips is a bullying drunkard and his wife and children live in fear of his violent attacks. When Ada and Hetty find out, they rally the neighbours to help protect the family. Then fate steps in and life for the Phillips family changes for ever. What readers are saying about The Girl From Number 22: 'The story was brilliant, the characters lovable and humorous, I really couldn't put this book down... I even took it on the bus to work with me! Joan Jonker always writes a good read and this is no exception, for any Joan fans or for any new ones this is a definite must have!' 'Never get bored reading Joan's books'

The Someday Girl

The Someday Girl Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Julie Johnson
Editor: Julie Johnson
ISBN: 0998657409
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The movie has wrapped, but the drama is just getting started… Katharine Firestone finally has everything she’s ever wanted — new house, new car, new status as a Hollywood A-lister. And yet, she’s never felt more isolated. As the movie premiere creeps closer, Kat spends her days playing an infatuated co-star for the press tour cameras, and her nights wondering what the hell she’s going to do to fix the mess she’s made out of her personal life. One broken girl. Two heart-stopping men. One impossible decision. Torn between the heartbreaker she tried to avoid and the man she never saw coming, Kat will be forced to answer the ultimate question: Do we get a say when it comes to choosing our soulmate? Love. Lust. Passion. Paparazzi. The road to fame and fortune is never easy. And, in the City of Angels, the only place they guarantee a happily-ever-after is in the movies… THE SOMEDAY GIRL is a tangled contemporary love story about a girl learning to love — her friends, her career, her soulmate, and, most of all, herself. It is the second installment of THE GIRL DUET, concluding the angsty, addictive storyline that began in THE MONDAY GIRL. Each installment is approximately 95,000 words. Recommended for readers ages 17+ due to strong language, sexual situations, drug use, and other mature elements.

Reaching the Stars: Poems about Extraordinary Women and Girls

Reaching the Stars: Poems about Extraordinary Women and Girls Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Liz Brownlee,Jan Dean,Michaela Morgan
Editor: Pan Macmillan
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Reaching the Stars: Poems about Extraordinary Women and Girls by Liz Brownlee,Jan Dean,Michaela Morgan Summary

This feisty collection of brand-new poems is a celebration of the achievements of women and girls throughout history. It includes poems about Malala Yousafzai, Rosa Parks, Margaret Hamilton, Ada Lovelace, Helen Keller, Mary Shelley, Edith Cavell and many more.

How to Teach Poetry Writing: Workshops for Ages 8-13

How to Teach Poetry Writing: Workshops for Ages 8-13 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michaela Morgan
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351595849
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This fully revised and extended third edition of How to Teach Poetry Writing: Workshops for Ages 8-13 is a practical and activity-based resource of writing workshops to help you teach poetry. Designed to build writing, reading, speaking and listening skills, this new edition contains a wider selection of workshops exemplifying a variety of poetry styles, both classic and contemporary. Highlighting how the unique features of poetry can be used to teach literary skills, this book: Includes new workshops which introduce, or consolidate, Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar skills. Encourages debate, discussion, performance and empathy. Offers a new focus on confidence building and creativity using performance, rhythm, rhyme and rap. Explores the use of poetry for vocabulary enhancement. Encourages reading for pleasure. Provides an A to Z guide to poetry and poetry terminology plus a very extensive bibliography enabling you to keep up to date with poetry and poetry resources. Represents diverse cultures. Highlights cross-curricular links. Promoting creativity, achievement, mastery and enjoyment, How to Teach Poetry Writing: Workshops for Ages 8-13 provides teachers with a wealth of material and the inspiration to create a class of enthusiastic and skilled readers, writers, listeners and performers.

It's a Funny Thing, Humour

It's a Funny Thing, Humour Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Antony J. Chapman,Hugh C. Foot
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 148315825X
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It's a Funny Thing, Humour by Antony J. Chapman,Hugh C. Foot Summary

It's a Funny Thing, Humour contains the papers presented at the International Conference on Humor and Laughter, held in Cardiff in July 1976. The symposium provides a platform from which authors from different professional and personal background can talk about their own definition and analysis of humor. The book is structured into 10 main sections that reflect the structure of the conference and presents various studies and research on the nature of humor and laughter. Contributions range from theoretical discussions to practical and experimental expositions. Topics on the psychoanalytical theory of humor and laughter; the nature and analysis of jokes; cross-cultural research of humor; mirth measurement; and humor as a tool of learning are some of the topics covered in the symposium. Psychologists, sociologists, teachers, communication experts, psychiatrists, and people who are curious to know more about humor and laughter will find the book very interesting and highly amusing.

Uncharted

Uncharted Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Julie Johnson
Editor: Julie Johnson
ISBN: 099865745X
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Quench the Lamp

Quench the Lamp Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Alice Taylor
Editor: The O\'Brien Press
ISBN: 184717762X
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Quench the Lamp by Alice Taylor Summary

A classic memoir from Ireland’s favourite storyteller. Here Taylor follows To School Through The Fields with these equally captivating recollections of family life in pastorial County Cork. Infused with wit and lyricism, the story centres on the 1950's when the author and her friends were teenagers. She describes the past vividly and without complaint as the years of hard labour for herself, parents and siblings, were also filled with fun in the close knit community.

Talkin' to Myself

Talkin' to Myself Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael Taft
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136734015
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Talkin' to Myself by Michael Taft Summary

Talkin' to Myself: Blues Lyrics, 1921-1942 is a compendium of lyrics by the great blues recording artists of the classic blues era. It includes over 2000 songs, transcribed directly from the original recordings, making it by far the most comprehensive and accurate collection of blues lyrics available.

What a Life

What a Life Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Emmanuel Essien
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1504997301
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What a Life by Emmanuel Essien Summary

Anyone who reads this book should remember this has been my life, and I chose to share it with you but, this cannot be practiced. If you are like me, you are not alone in a world where wealth with no work is possible, talent goes undiscovered, and the numbers of greats who die are too much to count. Don’t die, tell your story... I am sure it’s better than mine... That’s why I’ll read it...

Dangerous Characters

Dangerous Characters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Elaine Hatfield,Richard L. Rapson
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462805860
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Dangerous Characters is about people of all kinds, stuck with their unique personalities and trying to negotiate their ways through lifes bramble strewn path. As intellectual historians, psychologists of love, and psychotherapists, Elaine Hatfield and Richard L. Rapson bring to bear their sharp and wry observations upon a constellation of vivid characters.

Every Woman Needs a Wife

Every Woman Needs a Wife Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Naleighna Kai
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781451639957
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Bursting with originality and controversy, author Naleighna Kai has created a provocative, and at times heartwarming tale about an age-old problem that will strike a chord with all women. Every Woman Needs a Wife is the hilarious, but thought-provoking story of a wife who does the "unthinkable." Strolling in on Vernon and his mistress one night, Brandi Spencer insists that the new woman in his life come home and earn her keep the honest way -- on her feet helping the wife clean the house, keep the children and pay the bills, instead of laying on her back servicing the husband. Tanya Kaufman has had one shock too many -- one minute she's a fiancée, the next she finds out she's been the mistress all along. When Tanya shows up during the surprise anniversary party to take Brandi up on her offer, the women seize the opportunity to teach Vernon that infidelity will no longer come at the expense of the women's time, money, and happiness. Vernon fights back by launching a high-profile court battle that doesn't have a thing to do with splitting the money, keeping the house, or visitation rights. Had any married couple ever fought for custody of...the mistress?

Stripped: Depeche Mode

Stripped: Depeche Mode Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jonathan Miller
Editor: Omnibus Press
ISBN: 0857120263
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An electrifying new biography about the four Essex lads who became award-winning stadium superstars and champions of synth pop! Jonathan Miller's groundbreaking book features in-depth interviews with founder member Vince Clarke and producers Gareth Jones and Mark Bell, and contains never-before seen interviews with the band members themselves. With additional input from Gary Human, Howard Jones and Thomas Dolby this is a unique portrait of a band that almost lost control when their lives went off the rails and lead singer Dave Gahan's heroin addiction nearly killed him. In the end Depeche Mode not only survived, they triumphed, racking up a staggering 40 million-plus album sales on the way. This is their amazing story, told in full for the first time. Born out of the post-punk backlash in the early 80's, Depeche Mode took their name from a phrase in a French style magazine and became the definitive international synth-pop group. Vince Clarke, Andy Fletcher and Martin Gore had started out as an Essex guitar band but it was their bright and upbeat synthesizer-driven brand of pop fronted by Dave Gahan that was to find global acceptance and enjoy unlikely success in the US. Despite a handful of early plaudits in the music press, the group won only intermittent critical acceptance over the years, its often light musical approach contrasting with lyrics that sometimes plunge into darker topics like S&M, religious fetishism and the scourge of capitalism. But whatever the music press said, the fans finally bought into Depeche Mode in a big way. Their Violator tour at the start of the 90s sold millions of records and turned them into major US concert stars. In true rock style, Depeche Mode's members have suffered their share of internal strife over a long career. Dave Gahan reinvented himself as a lead singer with both a harder musical edge and a near-fatal drug habit, while internal acrimony often marred the later stages of their career. Jonathan Miller has made an exemplary job of telling the Depeche Mode saga in its entirety and goes a long way towards explaining how the group have managed to thrive when almost all their post-punk contemporaries fell by the wayside long ago.

The Daisy

The Daisy Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Angell Marcella Davis
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1504933079
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The Daisy is a riveting story of self-awareness, temptations, forgiveness, and triumphs. Anthony Wilkerson has it all—looks, a new career, and a new apartment. He just relocated to Orlando, Florida, and has been working on moving up in his company as quick as possible. He is a charming poet whose love for women won’t allow him to commit to anyone, and he is the master of every game that a man can play. When he meets Raven Sinclair, he’s drawn to her mysterious demeanor and is challenged to deal with his own personal issues when the tables are turned. Raven Sinclair is a Christian married to an unequally yoked husband and struggling with her own personal challenges. She is striving to elevate herself in her marriage, spirituality, career, and personal life but is faced with a devastating situation that may change her life forever.

Japanese Cinema Between Frames

Japanese Cinema Between Frames Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Laura Lee
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319663739
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Japanese Cinema Between Frames by Laura Lee Summary

This book explores the rich complexity of Japan’s film history by tracing how cinema has been continually reshaped through its dynamic engagement within a shifting media ecology. Focusing on techniques that draw attention to the interval between frames on the filmstrip, something that is generally obscured in narrative film, Lee uncovers a chief mechanism by which, from its earliest period, the medium has capitalized on its materiality to instantiate its contemporaneity. In doing so, cinema has bound itself tightly with adjacent visual forms such as anime and manga to redefine itself across its history of interaction with new media, including television, video, and digital formats. Japanese Cinema Between Frames is a bold examination of Japanese film aesthetics that reframes the nation’s cinema history, illuminating processes that have both contributed to the unique texture of Japanese films and yoked the nation’s cinema to the global sphere of film history.

Weird Tales 302 (Fall 1991)

Weird Tales 302 (Fall 1991) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert Bloch,William F. Nolan
Editor: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 0809532182
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Weird Tales 302 (Fall 1991) by Robert Bloch,William F. Nolan Summary

This is the special William F. Nolan issue of Weird Tales, featuring a novella and a short story by this modern master, plus an interview. Also includes fiction by Robert Bloch, Tanith Lee, and many more.

Conundrum

Conundrum Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Brian Clegg
Editor: Icon Books
ISBN: 1785784110
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The ultimate trial of knowledge and cunning, Conundrum features 200 cryptic puzzles and ciphers. The solutions link throughout the book – so you need to solve them all to get to the final round. With a focus on ciphers and codebreaking, Conundrum contains twenty sections, each built around a specific subject from music to literature, physics to politics. To take on Conundrum you need good general knowledge and the ability to think laterally. But if you need help, there are plenty of hints to point you in the right direction. Whether you attempt to crack it alone or work in a team, Conundrum will challenge you to the extreme. Can you take on Conundrum and win? There’s only one way to find out...

Saved Folk in the House

Saved Folk in the House Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sonnie Beverly
Editor: Walk Worthy Press
ISBN: 0446554049
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Told in three parts, a Southern family and their friends grapple with the joys and disappointments of life as a direct result of being raised in a home with strong Christian values.

The Second Wish and Other Exhalations

The Second Wish and Other Exhalations Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Brian Lumley
Editor: Crossroad Press
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This may be The Second Wish, but it's the third witch's dozen of nerve-rending stories of the macabre from the man who gave you the internationally bestselling Necroscope and Vampire World series. Brian Lumley's The Second Wish and Other Exhalations maintains the nightmarish tradition established by his Fruiting Bodies and Other Fungi and Dagon's Bell and Other Discords to complete a trilogy of terror. From Lovecraftian tales such as "The House of the Temple", "Rising With Surtsey" and the title story, to such contemporary horrors as "The Sun, the Sea, and the Silent Scream" and "The Luststone", this new collection has been culled from the writings of a true Master of Nightmares. Remember: in the field of no-holds-barred terror fiction, there's Brian Lumley – and then there's the rest… Stories included in this collection: The Second Wish The Sun, the Sea, and the Silent Scream De Marigny's Clock The Luststone Mother Love What Dark God? The Thief Immortal The House of the Temple Back Row Name and Number Snarker's Son Rising With Surtsey David's Worm