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by Dionne L FieldsRace Car Driver Rain Fields Trilogy. A wonderful children's book, for all kids who loves the sport of race cars. 1. Race Car Driver Rain Book One 2. Legend Race Car Driver Rain Book Two 3. Race Car Driver Rain Team Book Three The complete Race Car Driver Rain Fields, children's book collection.
by Daniel BoanDaniel Boan loves to use his Facebook page as an outlet to makes his whopping 242 friends laugh out loud. He sometimes gets upwards of an astounding 25 likes per status. That's right, count em, 2-5! Now some of his best statuses have been collected here in "LMS: A Collection of Status Updates from Your New Best Friend" along with some wonderfully ridiculous photographs taken by the wonderfully talented Ashely Noel Johnson. Daniel Boan fully expects this title to appeal to only a very niche audie... more
by Lynny PrinceIn Talking to Ghosts, author Lynny Prince shares her personal experiences with the paranormal from childhood to present day. Included are details of spiritual activity that occurred while writing her blockbuster novel, "Scattered Leaves: The Legend of Ghostkiller", a visit from psychic James Van Praagh, along with photos of her paranormal encounters. Things that go bump in the night just got real.
by Jason SchneiderIn the mid-1970s, after a decade as the undisputed “greatest rock and roll band in the world,” The Rolling Stones were forced to confront not only the cold reality of the new punk rock era, but how guitarist Keith Richards’ mounting personal problems were threatening the band’s very existence. Keith’s glorified image as rock’s ultimate outlaw, as a counterpoint to singer Mick Jagger’s image as rock’s ultimate sex symbol, was the basis of the Stones’ mystique. But at the start of 1977, as the ... more
by Sujata GarimellaWhat would happen if you became a part of your favourite fairy tales? If you met all the characters that you love? Twins, Vee and Mik unwittingly run into Rumplestiltskin. He has his hands on their gold. Now Rumplestiltskin will never part with gold without setting up an impossible challenge. His challenge: He will send one of the twins into fairyland. He will also make one major change in the story. It is the twins’ job to bring the story to the same end that it has always had or they will be t... more
by Otis Lambous
by André Akinyele
Meshell Ndegeocello is a rare breed in the music industry. She has survived and weathered the ups and downs of the business by evolving musically, even against fans' expectations. But, even more, she has also evolved spiritually. From her first album "Plantation Lullabies" to her current "Comet, Come to Me," authors Andre Akinyele and Jon O'Bergh explore her music from two complementary angles: first from a fan's point of view reflecting how the music has ... more
by Lee CaplanLee Caplan's Wise Words and Other Exaggerations is the product of capturing original jokes for a period of five years. This book is filled with one liners and illustrations guaranteed to make you laugh.
by Dionne FieldsModeling On Paper. Super Model Rain Fields, was sign to modeling on paper fashion and modeling agency. Rain a seven years old; talented kid’s model. He was my first super model to have a modeling contract. Rain sees you at the Mercedes Benz Fashion week, next year. Super Model Rain brings a new style of fashions just for kids. It’s Rain dream to open up the fashion runways for kids of all ages. The real life character “Rain Fields” inspired this children’s... more
by Alex Sheremet
"Woody Allen: Reel To Real" is the most comprehensive discussion of Woody's film art to date, covering everything he's ever written, directed, or otherwise acted in. It also responds to five decades of Woody-related criticism -- both in print and online -- before turning the tables on the director, himself, to dissect his opinions on art, life, and philosophy, and what they mean for his films.
Hailed as a "seminal" and "revolutionary" work (Dan Schn... more
by Dionne FieldsMusic On Paper. Recording Artist Rain, was sign to music on paper studio productions label In May 2014. Rain a seven year old,talented artist was my 1st and youngest artist to have a music contract. Recording Artist Rain, brings a new sound of music just for kids all across the world. Rain, see you at the Grammy Awards next year. This children’s book collection was inspired, by the real life character “Rain Fields”. One of America’s favorite storybook characters of t... more
by Dionne FieldsDionne Fields Reality TV show would be about new heroes, silent heroes. Our women, men, and children volunteering each day. In our community making a better world for us all. My main reason for having, my own show was to spotlight youth volunteers.
by Dionne FieldsWhen I was young, I dream of doing something special one day to make my parents proud. Dionne Fields Empire was built be me, with my own blood, sweat and tears. And I lost both of my parents, suddenly within the last few months. I wish they could have seen, my hard work and dedication of the Dionne Fields Empire. I hope this self-help novel will encourage every child, with a dream to keep going through all the heart ache and pain. Dreams just don’t come true on their own, dreams are... more
by William Dickerson
In “DETOUR: Hollywood,” Dickerson puts the making of his “Underground Hit,” Detour, on display for all to see. He will teach you what you really need to know about making a microbudget film, or a film of any budget for that matter, from the nuts and bolts of directing, to getting your movie made and out into the world, including:
- The Director as the sole defense for the story
- Understanding the two main ingredients of filmmaking: Subtext and Point of ... more
by Kimberly DalferesHave you ever wondered if the life of the woman standing next to you in the check-out line is as weird as yours? Could it be possible that you are trapped in a bizarre reality show, where the object of the game is to get the crazy lady to flip-out; just one more time? If so, then this book confirms that you are in good company. "I Was In Love With a Short Man Once" is a story collection written from the perspective of a crazy, southern, Irish gal. Follow her as she reflects on: growing up as... more
by Dionne FieldsDionne Fields Reality TV Show, will give me the platform I need to honor our Youth Volunteers. I want to share with the world, how youth volunteers have made a difference in our community every day. Monday: I would to honor youth volunteers across America. Tuesday: I would to honor elderly volunteers across America. Wednesday :I would to honor athletic sports volunteers across America. Thursday: I would to honor teacher volunteers across America. Friday: I woul... more