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by Dave Tomlinson80 Stories, 25 Countries, 5 Continents, One Heck of a Ride! Come with me on a journey of captivating true travel stories from around the world. This fascinating kaleidoscope of people, places, history, food and culture will inspire, amuse and even amaze. Around the World in 80 Tales lets you experience the challenges and rewards of budget travel without leaving home!
by Stephen Moore and G.T. Keplinger. Foreword by Tom Gray.John Duffey’s Bluegrass Life: Featuring The Country Gentlemen, Seldom Scene and Washington, D.C. with a Foreword by Tom Gray is the definitive biography of one of bluegrass music’s most important artists of the genre. Through his work as a founding member of these two pioneering bands, John Duffey urbanized bluegrass and introduced it to a broad new audience. John’s quotes from a four-hour, never-before-published 1984 interview are italicized throughout and provide the book’s foundation.
by Didier Guerin240 pages – Large format: 8.5x11 inches (21.59x27.94cm) with 166 pictures and illustrations, published by Mandevilla Press “From Front Row to Front Cover” refers to the process that goes from sitting at the Front Row of a fashion show to the production and team work of the people creating a magazine, ending with the Front Cover of the magazine. This book showcases the extensive experience of its author in the media industry, starting as a young journalist working in Paris, moving to New Yo... more
by J. T. BirdThe book is full of strategies that I've used to get free rooms, food and shows in Las Vegas and all over the world at hotels and casinos. It's a story of my travels to Vegas and personal events. I'm a Senior Contributor at Trip Advisor and have 27,000 readers.
by Luanga NuwameWelcome to this new series dedicated to transforming ordinary cardboard into incredible, fun, useful and practical products for your personal use. This guide will showcase original creative concepts and will provide detailed step-by-step instructions on how to make the featured designs on YOUR terms. Cardboard is the greatest building material available to all people based on the simple fact that it is predominantly free, overtly abundant and pliable enough to be fashioned into practically ... more
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by Robin K BlumIn My Book is a line of eighteen unique greeting cards, with envelopes that perforate to become long-lasting bookmarks. All styles begin with the quote “in my book” and conclude with sentiments such as “you’re novel” or “you’re a classic”.
by Dream Ripple
50 peculiar line-organisms emerge from a parallel universe with a craving for color.
Will you help feed their hunger, or will you leave them wandering?
50 hand-drawn illustrations printed single-sided.
Dotted line near binding to help guide page cut-outs for 7.5” x 10” framing.
Colored pencils, pens, and markers work well to feed the line-organisms.
Blotter page included to help... more
by Christopher SodenThe culmination of theatre critique that spans more than ten years, Delicate Tiger. Ferocious Snowflake. is carefully chosen from the best of Christopher Soden’s columns that appeared In Edge Dallas, Examiner.com and currently sharpcritic.com. Mr. Soden combines exuberance with an eye for detail and strong sense of visceral theatrical experience. Theatre quickens his pulse and kindles his zest for living. His unique take on performance is fresh and intriguing, intelligent and entertaining. Bet... more
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by Jack FitzgeraldWith the just-published book CONFESSIONS OF A SCRIPT DOCTOR, people of all walks of life can now quickly and easily learn how to write well and with confidence in practically all situations. Intended mainly for creative writing, this exciting new handbook can show you how to excel at any writing activity from personal letters, term papers, research reports to magazine articles, short stories, novels, screenplay and stage plays. All the material is presented in a straightforward and entertain... more
by Lois RequistYou want to see the country. If you go alone, will you be afraid? Lonely? As a 66 year old woman, traveling America solo in a recreational vehicle, the author repeatedly heard these comments. This book takes readers along from San Francisco to Savannah, to Halifax, Nova Scotia, and back with a personal perspective. Follow the route, see the scenery, meet the people, and pick up many practical tips.
by Lois RequistLate Harvest Green is the quiet, heartfelt story of life in a small town in Idaho over several generations of a farm family. It is an American story, a tale of open spaces, of men and women as rooted in the land, and as nourished by it, as the crops they grow. But war reaches them, and changes come, even in in their peaceful valley. Like Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, Late Harvest Green conjures up a unique time and place. The unchanging mountains, the taste of a ripe peach, the scent and heft o... more
by Seth Sprecher
Unlike any book ever published. Not a book of puns, or puzzles, but rather a newly invented hybrid of the two -- Punzzles! Punzzles combine the clever humor of puns with the verbal skills challenge of word puzzles (and satisfaction of solving them.) They’re so unique, the word Punzzles has been copyrighted and an application for trademark is pending. The book comes in either downloadable or hard copy format, so you can amuse yourself anytime, anywhere -- in a waiting room, at a Starbuck... more
by Randy L. SchmidtJudy Garland on Judy Garland is the closest we will come to experiencing and exploring the legend’s planned autobiography. Collecting and presenting the most important Garland interviews and encounters that took place between 1935 and 1969, this work opens with her first radio appearance under contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and concludes with her last known interview, one taped for Radio Denmark just months before her death. What makes this collection unique is that it places Judy in the rol... more