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The Clock Keeps Ticking

Author : Sharon Gayter
ISBN : 1907652434
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Sharon Gayter is one of the world's top ultra runners. She could barely stagger half a mile before collapsing breathless and exhausted after a friend gave her a first pair of running shoes. She has now run 837 miles from Lands End to John O'Groats in a blistering 12 days and 16 hours and holds the Commonwealth gold medal for running 140 miles in 24 hours. She has run incredible distances all over the world. Sharon Gayter was driven to run. Running gave her freedom, to discover who she was and to make her own life on her own terms with spectacular success. En route to international acclaim she found the perfect husband. An amazing, inspirational story for runners and non-runners alike.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Brainstorming Reinvented

Author : Linda Conway Correll
ISBN : 9788132102007
Genre : Business & Economics
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Linda Correll offers a radical new way to speed up the creative process through the technique of `creative aerobics'. This concept uses four mental exercises that develop elasticity between the left and the right brain - the analytical and creative sides - allowing them access to solutions outside their present problem-solving techniques. Key features of this technique are: it is process driven and participative; it increases productivity of ideas, without anxiety; and it is rooted in what participants do on a regular basis. It will be a useful book for all those who wish to explore creativity within themselves.
Category: Business & Economics

The Book Of Spiritual Poetry

Author : Rev. Charles E. Pullen
ISBN : 9781480938090
Genre : Poetry
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The Book of Spiritual Poetry By: Rev. Charles E. Pullen One night, the Holy Spirit spoke to Rev. Charles E. Pullen while he was at a low point in his life, saying, “You’re not going to bed; instead, you’re going to write a poem about your life, and it’ll help you feel better.” Thus, The Book of Spiritual Poetry: Enlightenment was born. Through his writings, Rev. Pullen hopes that each reader will receive vibrant inspiration to know the Lord and develop a personal relationship with Him. And for readers who already know Him, Rev. Pullen hopes his poetry helps them know the Lord more closely and intimately. Enlightenment is the first in a series of books he hopes to publish.
Category: Poetry

Culture Shock

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ISBN : 9780969754756
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That Night

Author : J E Well
ISBN : 1640884858
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How can one tiny brief moment in time change the world around you? That night, our entire life was turned upside down. One moment he is here, the next he is gone and I will never see him again. The sun still rises, the clock keeps ticking, and life goes on. But, how do I go on without my one and only son? Little did I know, there is light even in the darkest of places. An event that had grounds to spiral me into a pool of depression, I found peace in knowing my son was with my Father, the Creator. Losing a child is a feeling I cannot describe unless you have been there, however, there is hope in how you feel. You can't control the cards you are dealt but you can control how you react to them. This is my story and I have found peace in knowing God is and always will be with me and I know He was with my son that night.
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Visions

Author : Mrs. Joyce Houston
ISBN : 9781479774791
Genre : Poetry
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Above It AlI I can't count the tears that fall from my eyes the bitter the sweet the birth of a butterfly that wings are so bright and colorful. Life is so meaningful; yet, I cry at life and at death and all the pain built up on my chest cry for what I want and for what I see and how I let a man take my self-esteem, Loosing bits and pieces of my life; yet, I cry I can't see the stars in that dark dark blue sky I can't control the thoughts way in the back of my mind, my soul is bitter as a lemon and this is the life I'm living I can't count the tears that fall from my eyes the bitter the sweet the birth of a butterfly that wings are so bright and colorful I can choose to fly or just float Above It All. Mental Mentality The mental mentality of the brain chains and captivity mental mentality of pain and stress from a broken family a mother on drugs your father and his mistress mental mentality that can't be fixed mental mentality thoughts of suicide racing through the patterns your parents left behind. You say you have pride but, just lying to yourself you want people to like you I say forget them if they don't The mental mentality wrapped around your throat choking like rope compassion and understanding all the things that you have, but to your friends another target to be stabbed Mental mentality death is banging at your door what's left for your kids? you have nothing in store. Mental mentality left you cold and dry Then you finally gave in and let death kiss you good bye Ashes to ashes, dust to dust your mental mentality sure left you FUCKED!!
Category: Poetry

Fima

Author : Amos Oz
ISBN : 9781446477397
Genre : Fiction
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Fima, our eponymous hero, is a receptionist at a gynaecology clinic. A preposterous, yet curiously attractive figure, he spends his hours fantasising about solving the nation's problems and pursuing women with equivocal success.
Category: Fiction

A First Class Township

Author : Jack Swersie
ISBN : 9781491863312
Genre : Education
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Entertainer Jack Swersie, author of the Amazon.com eBook Opening Act, recounts his first foray into the world of local politics in his newest book, A First Class Township. As part of a grassroots group, Swersie documents the efforts of twenty residents of Pocono Township in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, unhappy with their local governance, as they challenged the local political and financial power elite. With focused leadership and against strong odds, this unlikely band of average, everyday folk managed to bring a brighter future to their community. It is Swersie’s hope that his historic documentation will serve not only as a blueprint, but as an inspiration for others looking to change their local governance for the better. It is truly amazing what the people can accomplish when they allow their voices to be heard.
Category: Education

Don T Read Me Like Some Poem

Author : R. McManes
ISBN : 9780595246670
Genre : Poetry
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A mixture of unique and traditional poetic styles combine to make this a fascinating read. Surreal to serene, serious to humorous, this book displays a masterful blend of emotion and poetic feeling. Mr. McManes has written four previous volumes of poetry, Reflections in a Poets Mirror, Love from a Poetic Point of View, Poetic Sighs, and We Ain’t in Kansas No More.
Category: Poetry

Losing Control Of Your Teenager

Author : Eileen Haavik McIntire
ISBN : 0961451904
Genre : Fiction
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The antique clock keeps ticking, but what does it hide? Nancy seeks its secret as she and the 90s Club at Whisperwood Retirement Village discover swindlers are targeting and defrauding the residents. The scams are online, but the swindlers know too much to be strangers. Did they shoot and kill Nancy's new friend Betts? Nancy and the 90s Club pursue the killer and the con men, but the killer is no fool and attacks first. This time, the killer swears, Nancy will not escape.Another great cozy mystery featuring the 90s Club at Whisperwood Retirement Village.
Category: Fiction

Machine Times

Author : Joke Brouwer
ISBN : 9789056621896
Genre : Architecture
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At least since Einstein's theory of relativity and Bergson's conception of duration, and especially since the advent of personal technology such as the iPod and the cellphone, we have been aware that the modern experience of temporality is continually in redefinition. Published on the occasion of the DEAF 2000 festival in Rotterdam, "Machine Times" takes a close look at the role of time in the constitution of our technological reality, investigating temporality through a variety of formats--interactive image manipulation, sound performances and virtual environments--in art projects, stage events, essays and interviews. A sequel to "The Art of the Accident" (1998), "Machine Times" includes essays, interviews and projects by Francisco Varela, Detlef Linke, Isabelle Stingers, Peter Weibel, Perry Hoberman, Cybernetic Culture Research Unit, Helga Nowotny, Woody Vasulka, Eduardo Kac, tx-transform, Atau Tanaka and several others.
Category: Architecture

Always Compete

Author : Steve Bisheff
ISBN : 9781429962261
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Just when USC football was in the midst of a horrific slump, when skeptics began to say the scholarship limits had conspired to make it impossible to recapture its old glory, Coach Pete Carroll arrived to transform and invigorate the program with his own bristling energy and style. He quickly reestablished the Trojans not only as the dominant college football team in the Pac-10 but as the preeminent program in the country, and the most entertaining team in the sport. In the past seven years, Carroll has captured two National Championships, made an NCAA-record seven BCS bowl appearances, and produced three Heisman Trophy winners as well as more than thirty NFL draft picks, including seven in round number one. For the first time ever, author Steve Bisheff has been given exclusive access to coaches and players, their meetings, practices, and locker room, as well as one-on-one interviews with Coach Carroll himself. Always Compete is both a revealing look at the tactics and personality of one of college football's best coaches and a thrilling chronicle of the 2008 Trojans quest for another championship, culminating in their victory over Penn State in the Rose Bowl.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Scarlet Tears

Author : Jacob Michael White
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The Book Of Skulls

Author : Robert Silverberg
ISBN : 9780575106260
Genre : Fiction
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Four students discover a manuscript, The Book of Skulls, which reveals the existence of a sect, now living in the Arizona desert, whose members can offer immortality to those who can complete its initiation rite. To their surprise, they discover that the sect exists, and is willing to accept them as acolytes. But for each group of four who enter the rite, two must die in order for the others to succeed.
Category: Fiction

Movie Speak

Author : Tony Bill
ISBN : 9780761156307
Genre : Performing Arts
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“Movie Speak won’t guarantee you a job, but having a knowledge of the industry terms will fool everyone into thinking you own the place.” — Steven Spielberg “Finally a book that celebrates the process—the dynamic web of people, technique, and artistry—underneath every foot of celluloid.” —Jodie Foster Uncover the secret language of movie-making in a handbook for film buffs and language-lovers, as well as anyone who aspires to break into the business, with hundreds of essential terms, explained. Opening a window into the fascinatingly technical, odd, colorful, and mysterious working language of movies, Oscar-winning producer, actor, and director Tony Bill sheds light on the hugely complex process of making a film, as well as on the hierarchies between the cast and crew and the on-set etiquette of any movie production. From why the Assistant Director calls “wrap” to the real reason Hollywood stars began wearing sunglasses, Movie Speak offers tricks of the trade learned over decades in Hollywood—to help you crack the code of the movie business.
Category: Performing Arts