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|Author||: Catherine Cowles|
|Editor||: The PageSmith LLC|
I loved him before I knew what the word meant. From skinned knees to first dates and everything in between. But he was never mine to love. I settled for friendship, even though I always wanted more. That was before. Before he ripped my world apart and didn’t bother sticking around to help me pick up the pieces. I knit every last shred back together all on my own. And I’ve all but forgotten his name. Now, he’s back, and everything is torn apart once more. But he’s not the only one doing the tearing this time. And there might be no stopping the person who has it out for us both. ***** Read what others are saying about Reckless Memories: “No one can weave a mystery into a romance like Catherine Cowles. The emotional journey Bell and Ford went on left me utterly breathless. A great beginning to a new series.” – New York Times bestselling author Kelly Elliott "A story rich with both heartache and hope. Catherine Cowles writes characters that are real, relatable, and will have you rooting for their happily-ever-after with all your heart!" - Mia Sheridan, New York Times bestselling author “I loved the sweetness, the fire, and the suspense...Reckless Memories checked off every single heartwarming box!” - Willow Aster, USA Today bestselling author "Mystery, second-chances, and a very satisfying Happily Ever After. You need this book!" - Susan Stoker, New York Times bestselling author “Catherine Cowles creates a world you'll want to stay in forever. Unrequited love at its very best with an emotional twist you won't see coming.” - Grahame Claire, USA Today bestselling author “Reader be warned: Catherine Cowles will steal your heart with this overflowing-with-feels second chance romance and you won’t ever want it back.” - Karla Sorensen, author of The Washington Wolves series ***** Read what others are saying about Catherine Cowles: "I fell in love with these characters, with the writing, and with this unexpected story. I can't recommend it enough!" - Alessandra Torre, New York Times Bestseller “Heartwarming, romantic and with an added bit of suspense, Beautifully Broken Pieces had me glued to every page! Catherine Cowles, meet your newest super fan.” - Devney Perry, USA Today Bestseller “Cowles writes fresh, addicting, and intensely beautiful stories!” - Susan Stoker, New York Times Bestseller "Catherine Cowles has a way of pulling the reader into the world she has created and leaves you there for days after you have read the last page." - Kelly Elliott, New York Times Bestseller “I walked away knowing I would read every single thing this talented new author ever writes." - Natasha is a Book Junkie *** Perfect for readers of Kristen Ashley, Nora Roberts, and Devney Perry.
|Author||: Lang Leav|
|Editor||: Andrews McMeel Publishing|
For fans of Lang Leav, this beautiful gift book is a must-have! Beloved pieces from Lullabies and Love & Misadventure are collected together in this illustrated treasury. In addition, 35 new poems that have not been published in any Lang Leav collection offer something new to discover. The author's original art is presented in lovely four-color illustrations. Lang Leav's evocative poetry in a gorgeous package with ribbon marker and cloth spine is an irresistible gift for any poetry lover!
|Author||: Heather Graham|
Rediscover the history behind the Bone Island trilogy in this prequel to the thrilling series by New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham. In the early nineteenth century, pirates and privateers still wreaked havoc in the Caribbean. Bartholomew Miller had been one of them. After years of plying the seas for England as a privateer, he finally found a home and love on Bone Island off the Florida coast. But Bartholomew also made enemies in his time—enemies that would take everything Bartholomew loved and create a curse to haunt Bone Island for centuries… Originally published in 2010
|Author||: Pierre Koffmann|
|Editor||: Mitchell Beazley|
Memories of Gascony is the story of how one of the world's most influential and inspiring chefs of our time first learned to love food and to cook from the heart. With recipes and reminiscences from his grandparents' farmhouse kitchen in rural Gascony, this is the food that first inspired him to become a chef, the food of the French countryside and his childhood. The simple, seasonal, traditional French country cooking he watched his grandmother Camille prepare and ate as a child - from dandelion salad with bacon and poached egg, quail wrapped in vine leaves and confit de canard, to prune tart, creme brulee and greengages in Armagnac - this is the food that inspires him to this day.
A Lifetime of Memories A Guided Journal for Your Grandma Grandpa Or Parent to Record Their Memories and Life Experiences
|Author||: Keep Track Books,David Hough|
|Editor||: Gift for Grandparents and Pare|
A Lifetime of Memories: A guided journal for your Grandma, Grandpa or parent to record their memories and life experiences Have you ever wondered about the early lives of an older generation? Your parents or grandparents, maybe. Would you like to know what they got up to in their younger days? A Lifetime of Memories is a great journal to give to your grandparents and parents as a gift, be it for Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthday or Christmas. It's a notebook that will help them record their memories and life experiences. When the recipient has filled it in, he/she can return it to you - and it will become a family heirloom for you to keep or pass on to later generations. This keepsake journal includes plenty of questions and prompts about different aspects of life, starting from birth and ending with later life. It's divided into five sections. They are titled: - You and your relatives - Your childhood - Your teenage years and student life - Adulthood and working life - Your life today Each section will help the recipient look back and reflect on a lifetime of experiences - which, without question, deserve to be recorded and remembered. This paperback notebook has 114 pages and measures 8.5 x 11 inches / 21.6 x 27.9 cm. The pages have ornate question boxes where the recipient can write his/her answers. A page at the beginning of the journal has space where you can write a dedication, including the recipient's name, a short message and your own name. This page is followed by an introduction which explains how to make the most out of the book. Please note that this is a LARGE PRINT book. A clear font (Calibri) in size 18pt has been used throughout. This journal is also available as a standard edition (ISBN: 9781794591738).
|Author||: William Tanenbaum|
|Editor||: Page Publishing Inc|
Three Jewish teenage students escape from Poland in 1940 before the German occupation is complete. Although reluctant to go, they leave their families behind, anticipating returning to them after the war. This novel focuses on their lives from the moment of their departure from Poland through the time spent in Shanghai, and the uncertainty of where they will be after the war. The main characters endure fear and suffer hardship in their struggle to reach Shanghai. In Shanghai, they become part of the over 20,000 Jews who have sought refuge from the war raging in Europe. With the Japanese occupation and control of Shanghai, the students, as well as the Chinese, suffer intolerable living conditions throughout the war. Memories of family and home help these Jewish students survive. Little do they know that these memories will be all that remains of their life from pre-war Europe. This is the story of the journey of the three students and what will become their future memories.
|Author||: Daniela Baratieri|
|Editor||: Peter Lang|
Fascist and colonial legacies have been determinant in shaping how Italian colonialism has been narrated in Italy till the late 1960s. This book deals with the complex problem of public memory and discursive amnesia. The detailed research that underpins this book makes it no longer possible to claim that after 1945 there was an absolute and traumatic silence concerning Italy's colonial occupation of North and East Africa. However, the abiding public use of this history confirms the existence of an extremely selective and codified memory of that past. The author shows that colonial discourse persisted in historiography, newspapers, newsreels and film. Popular culture appears intertwined with political and economic interests and the power inscribed in elite and scientific knowledge. While readdressing the often mistaken historical time line that ignores that actual Italian colonial ties did not end with the fall of Fascism, but in 1960 with Somalia becoming independent, this book suggests that a new post Fascist Italian identity was the crucial issue in reappraisals of a national colonial past.
|Author||: Alistair Thomson|
|Editor||: Monash University Publishing|
Anzac Memories was first published to acclaim in 1994, and has achieved international renown for its pioneering contribution to the study of war memory and mythology. Michael McKernan wrote that the book gave ‘as good a picture of the impact of the Great War on individuals and Australia as we are likely to get in this generation’, and Michael Roper concluded that ‘an immense achievement of this book is that it so clearly illuminates the historical processes that left men like my grandfather forever struggling to fashion myths which they could live by’. In this new edition Alistair Thomson explores how the Anzac legend has transformed over the past quarter century, how a ‘post-memory’ of the Great War creates new challenges and opportunities for making sense of the national past, and how veterans’ war memories can still challenge and complicate national mythologies. He returns to a family war history that he could not write about twenty years ago because of the stigma of war and mental illness, and he uses newly released Repatriation files to question his own earlier account of veterans’ post-war lives and memories and to think afresh about war and memory.
|Author||: Gabriele Biotti|
|Editor||: Cambridge Scholars Publishing|
What is memory today? How can it be approached? Why does the contemporary world seem to be more and more haunted by different types of memories still asking for elaboration? Which artistic experiences have explored and defined memory in meaningful ways? How do technologies and the media have changed it? These are just some of the questions developed in this collection of essays analysing memory and memory shapes, which explores the different ways in which past time and its elaboration have been, and still are, elaborated, discussed, written or filmed, and contested, but also shared. By gathering together scholars from different fields of investigation, this book explores the cultural, social and artistic tensions in representing the past and the present, in understanding our legacies, and in approaching historical time and experience. Through the analysis of different representations of memory, and the investigation of literature, anthropology, myth and storytelling, a space of theories and discourses about the symbolic and cultural spaces of memory representation is developed.
|Author||: Wayne W. Dyer,Dee Garnes|
|Editor||: Hay House|
The ones who know the most about God are those who have just recently been wrapped in the arms of the Divine: our infants and toddlers. Believing that we gradually lose our intimate knowledge of heaven as we grow up, Dyer and Garnes issued an invitation to parents all over the world to share their experiences. This book includes the most interesting and illuminating stories in which very young children speak about their remembrances before they were born.
|Author||: A. Reading,T. Katriel|
If societies have only memories of war, of cruelty, of violence, then why are we called humankind? This book marks a new trajectory in Memory Studies by examining cultural memories of nonviolent struggles from ten countries. The book reminds us of the enduring cultural scripts for human agency, solidarity, resilience and human kindness.
|Author||: Flora Adams Darling|
|Editor||: Good Press|
"Memories of Virginia" by Flora Adams Darling. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
|Author||: Barb Hendee|
A reluctant predator, Eleisha Clevon is determined to locate all vampires still existing in isolation, so she might offer them sanctuary at her home in Portland-and more importantly, so she can teach them to feed without killing. But the beautiful and delicate Simone Stratford doesn't want to be saved. Made into a vampire in the Roaring Twenties, she enjoys playing her own elaborate games with mortals, stoking their passion for her before finally draining them of their blood. And soon Eleisha and her protector, Philip Branté, find themselves caught up in one of Simone's games, which turns into a battle for Eleisha's life and Philip's soul...