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Three Birds Renovations

Author : Erin Cayless
ISBN : 9781760871109
Genre : Architecture
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Holy reno inspo! Before & afters Styling how-to's Money-saving reno tips 'Australia's most fabulous renovators' Real Living magazine When best friends Erin, Bonnie and Lana ditched their corporate careers to start Three Birds Renovations, they were rookie renovators with big ideas. Today, with many incredible house transformations under their toolbelt, they're a power trio turning neighbourhood ugly ducklings into swans. If you lust over images of beautiful homes but feel stuck when it comes to your own space, these 'birds' have your back. The book is packed with gorgeous details from their projects, friendly words of encouragement and more than 400 reno tips to help you avoid budget blow-outs, manage trades and timelines, and style without stress. Whether you're starting small or going all-in with a whole-home reno, this is destined to become one of the most useful books you own. Turn your reno dreams into reality!
Category: Architecture

Birds Bats Baling Wire

Author : Kathleen Tresham Anderson
ISBN : 9780557061785
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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For five years the Anderson family lived in Goose Prairie, Washington, population 12, surrounded by the William O. Douglas Wilderness Area without telephones, television, or commercial power. Kathleen Was the proprietor of the Double K Mountain Ranch, a retreat center in the Cascade Mountains. Join her as she experiences the joys and trials of mountain living without many of the conveniences we take for granted.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
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Stray Feathers

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044093261576
Genre : Ornithology
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Category: Ornithology

The Music Of Peggy Glanville Hicks

Author : Victoria Rogers
ISBN : 0754666352
Genre : Music
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Peggy Glanville-Hicks (1912-1990) is an Australian composer whose full significance has only recently been appreciated. She produced over seventy finely-crafted works, including operas, ballets, concertos, instrumental chamber pieces, songs and choral works. This book traces the development of her musical language from the English pastoral style of the early works, through the neoclassicism of the middle period, to the melody-rhythm concept of the late works, at the same time locating her music within the broader context of twentieth-century art music and the problems of form, structure, content and direction that followed the breakdown of tonality at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Category: Music

A Lot Of Life Is Winning It All Worth Losing Everything

Author : Kyle Mathis
ISBN : 9781622877539
Genre : Fiction
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Caleb was an average guy with average guy problems. He never seemed to have enough money, he hated his job, and he hated his live-in girlfriend. He felt trapped and he didn't know what to do. Everyone needs a little help once in a while. Coming home late from work on a Saturday night to his inebriated girlfriend was the last thing in his life he needed. After yet another blowout fight, he escapes to the home of his two best friends. Spending his last $41 on cheap beer, cigarettes and a lottery ticket seemed like a great reason to drink himself into a coma. Upon his return the following morning to his apartment, with a hangover riding shotgun, he discovers that his girlfriend has packed up and left him. His best girl-friend, Delaney, decides to take him out for brunch to cheer him up. During so, he discovers a new fortune that awaits him: He won the lottery. So an average guy is now thrown into a not-so-average lifestyle. While learning to balance his new fortune and old life, new challenges are dropped at his feet. He rarely makes the best decisions and ends up alienating his best friends, his closest girl-friend, and his family. Throughout his short "spiritual" journey he tries to understand himself, women, and the meaning of life. A Lot of Life is a fun read with elements of dark humor. It explores some of the "what ifs" some of us have fantasized about, if we ever won the lottery. It tackles issues of self-esteem, spirituality, carnal hunger, and excessive gluttony in life. I'm not sure how many of us would do the right thing when presented with some hedonistic options. Caleb is just another guy in his strange new world. Keywords: Fiction, Literary Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Humor, Adult Humor, Dark Humor, Lottery, Lottery Winner
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Daughters Of Babylon

Author : Robin Gooden
ISBN : 9780595411252
Genre : Fiction
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Generations lay claim to their souls. Can these daughters overcome? In the southern United States, while freedom rang for those afore that was bound by slavery; Tara Bell, Betty Mae, Daughter, and Lanel's journey to freedom was just getting started. Even as Tara Bell, Betty Mae and Daughter wrestled to find their own identities in the mist of puberty, a generation of tragedy and curses pursued them. For Daughter, a mother's love was taken away and replaced with resentment and contempt. Tara Bell silently mourned a father who walks out of his only child's life, perhaps chased away by the demons of an emotionally dysfunctional wife. Abandoned as an infant, Betty Mae fights for her right to be loved and encounters sexual bondage after being seduced and abused by the good Reverend. Lanel Wayne, or Boston as she is affectionately called, becomes shelter for those wounded and battles with the loss of her husband and letting go of the hate that might drive her to kill the one she considers responsible. Through each woman's hardship, friendship and family become the keys to survival. God's plan for all of their lives involves a covenant that will transcend generations to come.
Category: Fiction