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by Brian D. LomasDaisy Bates was regarded as an expert on Aboriginal culture, and her influence penetrated every corner of white Australia. An uncommon woman; she became a celebrity who met princes, dined at the governor’s table, lectured to packed halls, stayed at the best hotels and travelled first-class. It is also the tale of a woman who met naked men, women and children as they came out from the desert, cooked on a campfire, wrote on scraps of paper, lived under canvas and journeyed by camel buggy. What unf... more
by Timothy SpenardAll of us are haunted. You don’t agree? Consider for a moment…there are images, experiences, people you carry with you, whether you want to or not. They’re the ghosts of your past, of yourself, of your life. Once you understand that simple truth—the veil between everyday life and the paranormal dissolves, and you are ready to step into the eerie world of Fact & Fake Files & Fiction of the Paranormal. A unique creation, half of this book recounts chilling moments of the author’s life, and half en... more
by Delin ColonThis book is a well-documented account of Rasputin as a healer, equal rights activist and man of God, and why he was so vilified by the aristocracy that their vicious rumors became accepted as history. For nearly a century, Grigory Rasputin, spiritual advisor to Russia's last Tsar and Tsarina, has been unjustly maligned simply because history is written by the politically powerful and not by the common man. A wealth of evidence shows that Rasputin was discredited by a fanatically anti-Semitic Ru... more
by Mikel MillerThis is the paperback version of the 2015 Gold Award Kindle book, one of the best books available about life for both expat residents and natives in villages and cities across Mexico. What sets it apart from other books about living in Mexico is that it's a literary collection of twenty-two short stories and essays, full of insights by contemporary authors who write and live full time in Mexico or who have spent a lot of time living in the country. Their writing spans a variety of topics; many c... more
by Dipayan ChowdhuryThe objective of this study is to analyze the growing implications of malpractice litigation on the evolution of health care reform in India and to further examine the interdependence of the two. The study is specifically in the context of a recent judgment in the Indian Supreme Court, Dr. Balram Prasad v. Doctor Kunal Saha & Ors. , where a 770 million rupees compensation had been awarded to the claimant of the suit, on account of certain special circumstances which have further been discussed i... more
by Omar JosephOmar Joseph is a young aspiring rapper who’s looking for his big break in the music industry. After being abandoned by his father and watching his mother (Evelyn) die from AIDS when he was 17, he was then forced into manhood where he becomes the man of the house for his younger brother Bilal. One way that Omar begins to cope with his new life was to write music. His passion for writing and recording music gets him his local notoriety, but the temptations and the allure of the drug dealing an... more
by Paeti Gustav Xaviers
This book was an autobiography of thought that began with the little girl, trying to prove she was a genius by figuring out God. As the book developed, the subconscious seed that was planted when she was a child grew and blossomed, affecting all aspects of her life.
Through periods of marijuana abuse to being diagnosed with mental illness, she pursued her quest: to find God. In the book she related experiences that proved, to her, God's existence and she shared what she believe... more
by Gary Szenderski
Where ZEN is of the moment and what is, SZEN celebrates what could be.
Szen Zone contains lighthearted and positive narrative on life and its possibilities, with stories that cover the gamut from interesting to profound.
The general overarching theme of the book is change and all of the aspects of it - creating, surviving, and managing change with the goal to recognize the power we have to create positive change in our lives and be what we want to be.
If you are a f... more
by Rob Couteau
The interview subjects in this collection include Michael Korda, the former editor in chief at Simon and Schuster and the author of "The Charmed Life"; Robert Roper, author of "Nabokov in America: On the Road to Lolita"; the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Justin Kaplan (the biographer of Mark Twain and Walt Whitman); Professor Jeffrey Jackson, author of "Paris Under Water" and "Making Jazz French"; Christopher Sawyer-Lauçanno, author of "E. E. Cummings: A Biography"; James Dempsey, author of "... more
by Christian Milz
by Vid Lamonte' Buggs Jr.Simultaneously touching and gritty, "You Ain't Hungry Until I'm Starving" promotes peace and equality by offering unique insight into some of the most complicated issues of our time. "The secret is - there really is no secret!" Growing up an African-American man with some Native American ancestry, Buggs has been gifted with a broad and unbiased view of race relations in America. Never one to shy away from the harsh realities of life, he instead chooses to redirect our human confusion and frustra... more
by Christian MilzLe meurtre d’un Algérien commis par Meursault et le procès qui s‘ensuivit soulevèrent des questions qui n’ont toujours pas trouvé de réponses aujourd’hui ; et ceci, en dépit du fait qu’il s’agit d’un dossier criminel et que la littérature grouille de polars en tous genres. Pourquoi ne pas confier le cas Meursault à un détective ? C’est exactement ce que cet essai se propose de faire. Et le résultat en est aussi stupéfiant que spectaculaire.
by Thaddeus WintersThis book of knowledge was designed to help he who is without the ability to unravel God's intent for humanity, by teaching the importance of replacing foolish thought, a practice that was ordained in God's will.
by Liz LewinsonThis acclaimed biography of the early teaching years of Rama ‐ Dr. Frederick Lenz (1950 ‐ 1998) highlights the new age spiritual renaissance of the 1970s and 80s and the founding of an original, deep‐rooted movement of American Buddhism. Readers take part in a free-spirited adventure as they witness a wild, sports jock teenager transform into an iconoclastic, innovative spiritual teacher. For Frederick Lenz, boundary breaking was de rigueur as witnessed and reported by the 100+ students and coll... more
by Michael LydonIn Writing and Equality Michael Lydon poses two core beliefs: that all humans are equal and that writing can capture the truth of life. Yet, he admits, many fine books, including the Bible and Homer, take social inequality for granted. Lydon answers the riddle with detailed readings of The Canterbury Tales, Don Quixote, Moliere's plays and Anthony Trollope's novels that show how each other finds their way to the foundation of equality that underlies superficial inequality.
by Michael LydonWriting and Life gathers eight essays on the art of writing into an inspiring and concise look at how good writing can capture life and pin it on the pages of a book. The chapter titles give a sense of its scope: Writing and Thought, Writing and the Self, Prose Rhythm, Realism, and Bad Writing. Writers quoted and examined include Homer, Shakespeare, Cervantes, Balzac, Dickens, Dreiser, and James Jones. Poet Michael McClure says, "Writing and Life has a natural life that holds readers' attention ... more