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Tampa Bay Magazine
  • Author :
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2011-03
  • Category:
  • Pages : 230
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: Tampa Bay Magazine is the area's lifestyle magazine. For over 25 years it has been featuring the places, people and pleasures of Tampa Bay Florida, that includes Tampa, Clearwater and St. Petersburg. You won't know Tampa Bay until you read Tampa Bay Magazine.

Tampa Bay Magazine
  • Author : N.A
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2011-05
  • Category:
  • Pages : 230
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: Tampa Bay Magazine is the area's lifestyle magazine. For over 25 years it has been featuring the places, people and pleasures of Tampa Bay Florida, that includes Tampa, Clearwater and St. Petersburg. You won't know Tampa Bay until you read Tampa Bay Magazine.

Wild Barefoot And Free
  • Author : Evelyn Jess
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2019-08-14
  • Category:
  • Pages : 122
  • ISBN Code: 9781686222689

Summary: Wild Barefoot And Free Notebook/ Journal / Diary to write in for organizing and recording thoughts , creative writing, and or scheduling. Makes and amazing gift for any occasion including Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, and more. - 120 pages - sized at a perfect 6"x9" - Flexible Paperback - softcover binding

Princess Olga
  • Author : Olga Romanoff,Coryne Hall
  • Publisher : Shepheard-Walwyn Publishers
  • Release Date : 2017
  • Category: Nobility
  • Pages : 164
  • ISBN Code: 9780856835179

Summary: "Princess Olga Romanoff, is the daughter of the eldest nephew of Tsar Nicholas II, murdered with his family by the Bolsheviks in 1918. She is the youngest child of the late Prince Andrei Alexandrovich of Russia, who was born in the Winter Palace in St Petersburg in 1897. He fled Russia in 1918 with his pregnant (first) wife and his father, Grand Duke Alexander Michaelovich, while his mother, Grand Duchess Xenia, and his grandmother, Her Imperial Highness Maria Feodorovna, followed a year later. The fabled Romanov jewels that they were able to smuggle out had to be sold and the exiled family lived for some time at various grace-and-favour homes at Windsor and Hampton Court. The book is peppered with amusing anecdotes about the Royal Family and their British cousins. The reader will also get a glimpse of the Princess's cosseted childhood. She was looked after by a number of nannies and then privately educated at home for fear of mixing with ordinary local children. My mother was a frightful snob, says Princess Olga, who rebelled, and who still laughs about one of her mother's ambitions: to marry her off to Prince Charles! It was indeed an unusual upbringing with a snobbish and strict mother of Scottish and Scandinavian background, and a more relaxed and indulgent Romanov father whose occupation was stated as 'Prince of Russia' on Olga's birth certificate. Her home, Provender House is crammed full of fascinating Romanov memorabilia, from the crockery used by the tsar and his family during their final captivity in Ekaterinburg, to the diamond blade penknife used for scratching the news of Prince Andrei's birth on a window pane in the Winter Palace - still there for visitors to see. The rambling 30-room Provender House, now open to the public, has indeed been witness to some extraordinary tales - many of them hitherto untold - handed down by Princess Olga's father." -- provided by publisher.

Journal: Wild Barefoot Free: An Inspirational Notebook for Daily Journaling
  • Author : Publishing
  • Publisher : Independently Published
  • Release Date : 2019-03-03
  • Category: Pets
  • Pages : 102
  • ISBN Code: 9781798663240

Summary: Use This Paperback Journal To Record Your Thoughts, Goals and Dreams. This journal is perfect to use as a diary, log or habit tracker. The wide rule paper is perfect for writing, tracking or mapping out your thoughts and plans. It's also great for jotting down notes, planning events, and recording what you're grateful for. What you use this book for is really only limited by your imagination. The Cover - The cover is a sturdy paperback book with a glossy finish. The binding is the same as a standard paperback book. (The journal may need to be pressed open to lie flat.) Size Dimensions - 6" x 9" The Interior - The interior of the journal holds 100 pages (50 sheets) of wide rule paper. This journal does not contain prompts so you're able to engage in free flow writing and make this journal exactly what you want it to be. This journal is ideal for anyone who loves journaling. It makes a great gift for birthdays, Christmas, or any other holiday. Now that you've got all the details on this journal, click the buy button to get your copy today.

Wild Barefoot & Free
  • Author : Backwoods Books
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2019-07-12
  • Category:
  • Pages : 112
  • ISBN Code: 9781080229048

Summary: Looking for a gift? Great activity journal? Daily diary?This perfect book offers blank, lined white journal paper for men, women, and children. Great for jotting down thoughts, taking notes, reminders, sketches and to-do lists. Great creative gift notebook for home, school or work office!Your new journal includes: Matte Finish CoverBlank White Lined Paper110 pages6x9 inch formatPerfect for: Birthday GiftChristmas PresentHoliday Event JournalTravel/Car Activity NotebookAwesome Gift Just Becau

  • Author : Marie Arana
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release Date : 2014-04-08
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 624
  • ISBN Code: 1439110204

Summary: An authoritative portrait of the Latin-American warrior-statesman examines his life against a backdrop of the tensions of nineteenth-century South America, covering his achievements as a strategist, abolitionist, and diplomat.

Bearing the Mystery
  • Author : Gregory Wolfe
  • Publisher : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
  • Release Date : 2009-07-29
  • Category: Art
  • Pages : 428
  • ISBN Code: 0802864643

Summary: In celebration of the twentieth year of Image Journal, Eerdmans presents an anthology of the best of Image?s pages over two decades?writing and visual art that highlight the rich and ongoing legacy of imagination fed by faith. / The volume includes essays by Annie Dillard, Ron Hansen, Ann Patchett, and Wim Wenders; fiction by Clyde Edgerton, Joy Williams, and Melanie Rae Thon; poetry by Scott Cairns, B.H. Fairchild, Denise Levertov, and Kathleen Norris; and gorgeous four-color art by Ed Knippers, Tim Rollins and KOS, Catherine Prescott, and Steve Hawley. / Image is one of America?s leading literary quarterlies?and one of the top ten in terms of paid circulation. Its award-winning material regularly appears in the ?Year?s Best? anthologies and has been reprinted in books, websites, and magazines such as Harper?s, Utne Reader, and the Wilson Quarterly. / Highly regarded in the public square of American culture, Image has also become the foremost source of contemporary art and literature in faith communities, winning recognition from the Associated Church Press as well as some of our era?s most prominent church leaders and theologians. Novelist Bret Lott calls it ?the most meaningful literary journal being published today.?

  • Author : Kathleen Meyer
  • Publisher : Villard
  • Release Date : 2002-02-26
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 368
  • ISBN Code: 1588360334

Summary: "The Wyoming Centennial Wagon Train ended in Cody in a dismal, torn-down drive-in movie theater. Before setting up the corral, we were forced to clear away shards of glass, bent nails, broken lumber. My prairie skirt and petticoats hung ragged and clay-caked, and under a droopy Stetson my frizzled hair appeared at once greased and starched beyond human recognition. A cloud, a sort of vaporousness, redolent with fresh acrid sweat on top of powerful stale sweat, hung thickly about me. Laced, as it was, with a woman's sweet musky secretions, and all gone past ripe, oddly it was a pungency I savored. Such goaty piquance, though, was cause to be shunned in any town setting. The look of my world had changed. Gone were the high-dollar designer clothes and the zipping around fabled Marin County in a candy-apple-red 1966 Mustang convertible. It was true that I unfailingly sought the ironies in life and, with a kind of dual personality, shifted easily through incongruencies such as town strolls in high heels and backcountry hiking in bare feet; the bucket seats of a classic automobile and the broken-down bench of a beater truck. It was only during the years that Iíd worn white overalls, taped drywall, and come home every night much like Charles Schulz's Pig Pen, flaking a cloud of dried white mud bits onto the rug, that I'd felt moved to keep my fingernails painted red. Now I was to slip farther than ever planned toward one end of my seesaw and then, incredibly, by conscious design, inch out even farther." --from Barefoot-Hearted With more than 1.5 million copies in print, Kathleen Meyer's groundbreaking international bestseller, How to Shit in the Woods: An Environmentally Sound Approach to a Lost Art, has been widely embraced by the outdoor community and has found its way into myriad places: national parks, outdoor leadership schools and scout-troop headquarters, the camp tents of those who have discovered that it is amusing out-loud reading, and the bathroom-literature baskets of households around the world. Now, from the Rocky Mountain West, Meyer brings us Barefoot-Hearted: A Wild Life Among Wildlife, a coming-into-the-country story told with the frank, dry humor and sharp research of her first book. The country, in this case, is Montana's tall, reaching landscape with its ever underfoot wild critters; the on-tenterhooks territory of a new romantic relationship; and the pressure cooker that is our precarious global imbalance. Meyer finds herself in midlife standing out under yawning skies, surrounded by sagebrush and cactus, having fallen for the Irish charm of itinerant farrier Patrick McCarron. As partners, they travel across three mountain states with draft horses and a covered wagon and then set up housekeeping in a seventy-five-year-old dairy barn. In this primitive structure, the author rapidly discovers she's living with troops of mice, a nursery colony of seventy-five bats, sexually fired-up skunks, and more flies than in a pig shed. She tells of a freakish season that or-phaned seventy-seven bear cubs, an unusual fly-fishing trip on a famed blue-ribbon trout stream, the visitations of moose, and the discovery of a den of wolves. Meyer's prose is original and inspired, playful yet provocative. She carries us vividly back to the settlers' old West while pondering modern-day dilemmas, those of fitting into this fast hurtling world, of determining amid the earth's rising extinctions of species, whose planet it is, and of managing to stay empowered residing with a man who "stands six feet six and beats steel on an anvil for a living." A personal chronicle of conscience and a love story of rare and quirky dimension, Barefoot-Hearted catapults readers into new realms of thought, deftly guided there by Meyer's sense of the ironic, the randy, and the humorous.

The Plate
  • Author : Louis E. Cauz,Beverley A. Smith
  • Publisher : E C W Press
  • Release Date : 2009
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 368
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: The Queen's Plate was inaugurated on 27 June 1860 at Carleton Track in Toronto. Today the Queen's Plate is the first jewel in Canada's Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing and the longest continuasly run stakes race in North America.

A Priceless View
  • Author : Deirdre Cornell
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2003
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 198
  • ISBN Code: 9781570754890

Summary: With fragrant apple orchards on one side and the Hudson River on the other, Newburgh, New York is a study in contrasts: old housing projects with breathtaking views and migrant workers struggling to make their place in America. When Deirdre Cornell returns to this city where she grew up, she rediscovers her own sense of place. Compelled by the stories of her immigrant neighbors, she learns that you can't go home again but you can revisit the spiritual values you grew up with and make them your own. Book jacket.

Lud Heat
  • Author : Iain Sinclair
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1995
  • Category: Church buildings
  • Pages : 300
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: Iain Sinclair's classic early text, Lud Heat, explores mysterious cartographic connections between the six Hawksmoor churches in London. In a unique fusion of prose and poetry, Sinclair invokes the mythic realm of King Lud, who according to legend was one of the founders of London, as well as the notion of psychic 'heat' as an enigmatic energy contained in many of its places. The book's many different voices, including the incantatory whispers of Blake and Pound, combine in an amalgamated shamanic sense that somehow works to transcend time. The transmogrifying intonations and rhythms slowly incorporate new signs, symbols and sigils into the poem that further work on the senses. This was the work that set the 'psychogeographical' tone for much of Sinclair's mature work, as well as inspiring novels like Hawksmoor and Gloriana from his peers Peter Ackroyd and Michael Moorcock, and Alan Moore's From Hell.

New Stories from the South 2003
  • Author : Shannon Ravenel
  • Publisher : Algonquin Books
  • Release Date : 2003-07-01
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 320
  • ISBN Code: 9781565123953

Summary: Many famous writers later (James Lee Burke, Barbara Kingsolver, Larry Brown, Tony Earley, William Gay), Ravenel still combs through over one hundred journals and magazines, regional and national, large and small, in search of the most talented authors coming out of the South. She still tracks down the newest voices before their breakouts, collecting the best renditions of the short-story genre. New Stories from the South has become sine qua non in creative-writing classes, in Southern-literature classes, for any serious writer following the competition, and above all, for any lover of Southern literature. The stories in the eighteenth volume of NEW STORIES FROM THE SOUTH carry on that tradition. Among the eighteen writers making their mark in this year's volume are Michael Knight, Donald Hays, John Dufresne, ZZ Packer, and Chris Offutt. This year's preface is by the preeminent Southern humorist and NPR regular Roy Blount, Jr. Each story is followed by the author's note about its origin. Readers will also find an updated list of magazines consulted by the editor, and a complete list of all the stories selected each year since the series' inception.

The Winnemah Spirit
  • Author : Carolyn Lane
  • Publisher : Houghton Mifflin
  • Release Date : 1975
  • Category: Brothers and sisters
  • Pages : 119
  • ISBN Code: 9780395204900

Summary: Sally and her sister Emmy quickly learn that being accepted by the regulars at summer camp isn't easy, especially with Emmy continually being pointed out as the "shining example."

  • Author : Nan Ryan
  • Publisher : Zebra Books
  • Release Date : 1989-12
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 475
  • ISBN Code: 9780821728604

Summary: When rock-and-roll superstar C.C. McCarthy's career is sabotaged by Valentina Trent, whose sexual advances C.C. once rejected, it is up to C.C.'s daughter, Laura Kay, to restore her father's legend and put Valentina in her place

Thasos and Ohio
  • Author : Guy Davenport
  • Publisher : Carcanet Press
  • Release Date : 1985
  • Category: Authors, American
  • Pages : 145
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: These selections from Guy Davenport's books and publications in periodicals show the extent of what he calls his literary janitorial services.