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Ghost Hunter

Author : Jayne Castle
ISBN : 0515141402
Genre : Fiction
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After calling off her marriage to ghost-hunter Cooper Boone, Elly St. Clair moves to Cadence City, but the strange disappearance of one of her new friends brings Cooper back into her life, and he's determined not to lose her again.
Category: Fiction

After Dark

Author : Jayne Castle
ISBN : 051512902X
Genre : Fiction
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Para-archaeologist Lydia Smith has her hands full when she takes a part-time job in the low-rent Shrimpton's House of Ancient Horrors hoping to get her career back on track after an unfortunate incident in an alien tomb. Original.
Category: Fiction

Midnight Crystal

Author : Jayne Castle
ISBN : 9781101442562
Genre : Fiction
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It began with Krentz...continued with Quick...and now it will end with Castle. Book Three of the Dreamlight trilogy. For many earthly centuries, a legendary curse has plagued the Winters family, stemming from the tumultuous founding of the Arcane Society. But now, on the futuristic world of Harmony, the curse's final mystery will be unraveled... Head of the ghost hunters guild Adam Winters and dreamlight reader extraordinaire Marlowe Jones must break the curse, save Harmony's entire underworld-and fight a passion that could destroy them both. Watch a Video
Category: Fiction

Sequels

Author : Janet Husband
ISBN : 9780838909676
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A guide to series fiction lists popular series, identifies novels by character, and offers guidance on the order in which to read unnumbered series.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Hpi Step Into The Portal

Author : Paul Dale Roberts aka The Demon Warrior
ISBN : 9781387813780
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Follow HPI (Halo Paranormal Investigations) as they tackle cryptids, ghosts, demons and extraterrestrials. HPI does not scare easy!
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Ghost Hunting In Montana

Author : Barnaby Conrad
ISBN : UOM:39015032711965
Genre : Montana
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In the summer of Montana's 1989 centennial of statehood, the questing young writer bought a used Jeep; packed a tent, a pistol, and a fly rod; and hit the trail. With humor and insight, Conrad encounters bar-fighting cowboys, wolf biologists, modern-day mountain men with flintlock rifles, xenophobic flyfishermen, philosophical Indians, New Age religious groups, and even grizzly bears drunk on fermented corn.
Category: Montana

The New Political Culture

Author : Terry Nichols Clark
ISBN : 9780429975783
Genre : Social Science
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The New Political culture, which began to take shape in the 1970s, continues to challenge many assumptions of traditional politics, especially on issues of environmentalism, growth management, gay rights, and abortion. Concerned mostly with home, consumption, and lifestyle, the New Politics emerges fully in cities with more highly educated citizens, higher incomes, and more high-tech service occupations. Leadership does not come from parties, unions, or ethnic groups but rather shifts from issue to issue: leaders on abortion are distinct from leaders on environmental issues. Based on data gathered by the Fiscal Austerity and Urban Innovation Project, the most extensive study of local government in the world to date, this book provides an explicit analysis of the social structural characteristics that encourage or discourage the New Political culture. }The New Political culture, which began to take shape in the 1970s, continues to challenge many assumptions of traditional politics, especially on issues of environmentalism, growth management, gay rights, and abortion. Concerned mostly with home, consumption, and lifestyle, the New Politics emerges fully in cities with more highly educated citizens, higher incomes, and more high-tech service occupations. Leadership does not come from parties, unions, or ethnic groups but rather shifts from issue to issue: leaders on abortion are distinct from leaders on environmental issues. Based on data gathered by the Fiscal Austerity and Urban Innovation Project, the most extensive study of local government in the world to date, this book provides an explicit analysis of the social structural characteristics that encourage or discourage the New Political culture.
Category: Social Science

The Creative Writer S Survival Guide

Author : John McNally
ISBN : 9781587299490
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Beginning with “The Writer’s Wonderland—Or: A Warning” and ending with “You’ve Published a Book—Now What?” The Creative Writer’s Survival Guide is a must-read for creative-writing students and teachers, conference participants, and aspiring writers of every stamp. Directed primarily at fiction writers but suitable for writers of all genres, John McNally’s guide is a comprehensive, take-no-prisoners blunt, highly idiosyncratic, and delightfully subjective take on the writing life. McNally has earned the right to dispense advice on this subject. He has published three novels, two collections of short fiction, and hundreds of individual stories and essays. He has edited six anthologies and worked with editors at university presses, commercial houses, and small presses. He has earned three degrees, including an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and taught writing to thousands of students at nine different universities. But he has received far more rejections than acceptances, has endured years of underpaid adjunct work, and is presently hard at work on a novel for which he has no guarantee of publication. In other words, he’s been at the writing game long enough to rack up plenty of the highs and lows that translate into an invaluable guide for anyone who wants to become a writer or anyone who is already a writer but doesn’t know how to take the next step toward the writing life. In the sections The Decision to Become a Writer, Education and the Writer, Getting Published, Publicity, Employment for Writers, and The Writer’s Life, McNally wrestles with writing degrees and graduate programs, the nuts and bolts of agents and query letters and critics, book signings and other ways to promote your book, alcohol and other home remedies, and jobs for writers from adjunct to tenure-track. Chapters such as “What Have You Ever Done That’s Worth Writing About?” “Can Writing Be Taught?” “Rejection: Putting It in Perspective,” “Writing as a Competitive Sport,” “Seven Types of MLA Interview Committees,” “Money and the Writer,” and the all-important “Talking about Writing vs. Writing” cover a vast range of writerly topics from learning your craft to making a living at it. McNally acts as the writer’s friendly drill sergeant, relentlessly honest but bracingly cheerful as he issues his curmudgeonly marching orders. Alternately cranky and philosophical, full of to-the-point anecdotes and honest advice instead of wonkish facts and figures, The Creative Writer’s Survival Guide is a snarky, truthful, and immensely helpful map to being a writer in today’s complex world.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Antiquarian Bookman

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ISBN : MINN:319510007132851
Genre : Antiquarian booksellers
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