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by Andy C Wareing2020 would be a year most of the world would spend in pajamas. And that’s what we should have done! Instead, we gave up great jobs, sold our cars, house and everything else we owned, and moved from the United States to the Mediterranean idyll of Spain, all amidst the deadliest global pandemic since 1918. This short story tells the rollercoaster tale of our exciting, tragic, and mostly humorous journey across Europe. Join us as we constantly react to the changing whims of international governm... more
by Susanna OreskovicWhat’s it like to be an intrepid explorer . . . and a woman? Expedition to Mystery Mountain is a come-along adventure of a city-dwelling woman who, with five fellow climbers, re-enacts the 1926 exploits of fearless trailblazers and pioneering Canadian mountaineers Don and Phyllis Munday. The team’s ambitious mission: to recreate the Mundays’ route to Mount Waddington, the highest peak of British Columbia’s Coast Mountains, outfitted with vintage hobnail boots, fifty-pound wood-frame pack... more
by Ji-hyeon KimK-Culture is a neologism referring to the sweeping wave of South Korean popular culture. The term was coined in the late 1990s, when various elements of Korean pop culture – from drama, to films, music, fashion, food, comics and novels all began to spread, first into other Asian countries, and then further afield. What is the secret ingredient of K-Culture? What is historical and cultural backdrop against which K-Culture began to be consumed? This
is designed to provide a... more
by Henry DossIn this eye-opening book, Relationship & Marriage coach Henry Doss exposes the real Secrets of Men by by sharing deep insight into the minds of males, like: *Why he still hasn’t given you access to his phone *What his REAL thoughts are in bed with you *Sneaky mind games he tends to play, without you knowing *Subtle signs he may be cheating on you *How to confront him and still get answers & much more! Henry provides a roadmap for how men think, how th... more
by Jes AlvertOh, Lords! is about two women sharing their dating stories, dating glories, and the lessons they’ve learned along the way. Oh, Lords! Who We Date, Why We Date Them, and What We’ve Learned is the only book of its kind to discuss dating in the context of archetypes, “Lords”, through the eyes and experience of the authors. You will meet the Lords: Lord Journeyman, Lord Contradiction, Lord FOMO, Lord Layaway, Lord Self-Absorbed, Lord At Your Peril, Lord Good Guy, Not MY Guy, and Lord My Guy. Thes... more
by John TimmsThis is not only about travel but about people we met on the road and the problems encountered when using an American Motorhome (RV), which had seen better days and was difficult with spare parts. She comments on aboriginal life and many other asides.We have so many colorful photos that it will be difficult to pick them from our collection."This diary covers the route from Currumbin(Souther Gold Coast) down the New South Coast to Cowes and Melbourne. Up the Inland route of new South Wales via Du... more
by Andrea ShepherdAndrea discovered Argentine tango in her 20s. Over the next decades it gradually changed – and in many ways became – her life. Just about everything in tango is a microcosm of life at large, and just about everything we learn on the dance floor is a life lesson as well. This book is a collection of some of the most interesting and valuable things this passionate and complex dance has taught Andrea over the years she has been practising and teaching it.
by Cindy HoytTansmania is the first humor book on how to get a tan while laughing. It explores every aspect of sunbathing, from its 5000-year history to the latest tanning tips to an A-Z list of the most entertaining activities you can perform lying on your back. (Can you guess which letter was assigned to “sexxx?”)
by Jim R MooreThe name Rose's Royal Midgets held an important place at theatres, circuses, and fairgrounds across three continents a century ago, even if each component of the troupe's name crumbles into dust by light of day ("Rose" was a pseudonym", the company held no Royal patent, and the word "midget" has passed out of use in polite society). This large touring production of Little People was the creation of one of show biz history's great impresarios, Ike Rose, now forgotten but once in a league with nam... more
by Amie M MarieTwo different stage texts about Prime Minister, Theresa May, plus short reflective essays on the process of political theatre and the function of comedy. In the first piece, Theresa May longs to imitate the success of Augustus' Aeneid by coercing the poet laurate into writing pro-Tory propaganda. In the latter edition, Theresa May struggles to command the power she's spent her life striving for - and cannot keep the country together.
by Silvana ScibettaWhen we want life to surprise us, life ends up surprising us. We may live our daily lives after daydreaming and think: “I wish I could live my dream.” And no matter how “insignificant” our life can be, we would feel “stuck” and “unable” to change it. Until, for some reason, we find the courage to “offer ourselves” the chance of being happy: an opportunity that only we can give ourselves. And we realise that each of us has our own fairy tale to live. That is what happened to Bea: a girl like many... more
by mohamed najeebThis is a book composed of short and famous, Interesting folk stories of Sri Lanka.
by Greg Oliver
Billy Van was one of the greatest entertainers ever produced in Canada, and his story has never been told in its entirety until this biography, Who's The Man? Billy Van!
He could sing, and did with The Four Grads, The Crescendos, The Billy Van Four, and The Billy Van Singers. He could dance, though not well. He could act, starring in CBC dramas such as Ladies Man and Wife and Man.
But most importantly, he could make people laugh, whether you knew it ... more