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Discovering Home Book
  • Author : ,
  • Publisher : MIRA
  • Release Date : 2020-05-11
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 400
  • ISBN Code: 1488076634

Summary: Rediscover two classic romantic stories about finding love and creating family, only from #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber. Father’s Day Single mom Robin Masterson’s ten-year-old son, Jeff, thinks he needs a dog more than anything in the world. And there just happens to be one right next door! But the friendly black Lab belongs to Cole Camden, the unfriendliest man in the neighborhood. Robin can understand why Cole’s solitary life has made him cold—her own much-loved husband died when Jeff was just a baby. Still, Jeff persists…and soon his mom and Cole are looking at each other in a whole new way. Lone Star Baby Wade McMillen might be a minister, but he’s also a man. An unmarried and very attractive one. Is it as a man that he responds to the lovely young woman who shows up in Promise, pregnant and alone? Or as a man of God? Maybe it’s both. Amy Thornton hopes to make a new life for herself and her baby, and to do that, she needs Reverend McMillen’s help, his compassion. What she wants is the love of a man named Wade…

The Lonny Home Book by Lonny Magazine,Sean Santiago

The Lonny Home Book
  • Author : Lonny Magazine,Sean Santiago
  • Publisher : Weldon Owen International
  • Release Date : 2019-05-07
  • Category: House & Home
  • Pages : 304
  • ISBN Code: 1681886200

Summary: Learn how to find your personal interior design style and set up your space to match with this guide from the lifestyle and home décor magazine. Lonny Magazine is the ultimate online destination for interiors inspiration. With chapters that help you meditate on your space, go on a home cleanse, find unique decor pieces that speak to you, transform raw inspiration into actual design solutions, and continue to grow your space over time, The Lonny Home is a beautiful book that demystifies stylish living, as well as encourages you to cultivate home habits that give your happiness and health a boost. Peppered with house tours of real-life homeowners and advice from celebrated experts in diverse walks of life, The Lonny Home will provide you with hands-on information for solving some of our homes’ most common problems—like lack of light and all that clutter—as well as fun ways to brighten your space with tabletop vignettes, shelfies, gallery walls, and more. With sage text penned by stylist and influencer Sean Santiago, you’ll learn how to re-envision your environment so it survives the trends and becomes an attractive sanctuary—no matter your personal style and where you are in your life. Brimming with charming illustrations and exquisite interiors photography (both freshly commissioned and from the magazine’s vault), The Lonny Home is more than a book of the latest decor ideas—it is a journey in how your home can better reflect and support you in all that you do, and an art object you’ll want to give a permanent place on your coffee table as decor itself.

Routledge Handbook of African Literature Book by Moradewun Adejunmobi,Carli Coetzee

Routledge Handbook of African Literature Book
  • Author : Moradewun Adejunmobi,Carli Coetzee
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2019-03-13
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 462
  • ISBN Code: 1351859374

Summary: The turn of the twenty-first century has witnessed an expansion of critical approaches to African literature. The Routledge Handbook of African Literature is a one-stop publication bringing together studies of African literary texts that embody an array of newer approaches applied to a wide range of works. This includes frameworks derived from food studies, utopian studies, network theory, eco-criticism, and examinations of the human/animal interface alongside more familiar discussions of postcolonial politics. Every chapter is an original research essay written by a broad spectrum of scholars with expertise in the subject, providing an application of the most recent insights into analysis of particular topics or application of particular critical frameworks to one or more African literary works. The handbook will be a valuable interdisciplinary resource for scholars and students of African literature, African culture, postcolonial literature and literary analysis. Chapter 4 of this book is freely available as a downloadable Open Access PDF under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 3.0 license.

Technologies for Home Networking Book by Sudhir Dixit,Ramjee Prasad

Technologies for Home Networking Book
  • Author : Sudhir Dixit,Ramjee Prasad
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2007-12-14
  • Category: Technology & Engineering
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN Code: 9780470196526

Summary: A broad overview of the home networking field, ranging from wireless technologies to practical applications In the future, it is expected that private networks (e.g., home networks) will become part of the global network ecosystem, participating in sharing their own content, running IP-based services, and possibly becoming service providers themselves. This is already happening in the so-called "social networks" and peer-to-peer file sharing networks on the Internet—making this emerging topic one of the most active research areas in the wireless communications field. This book bridges the gap between wireless networking and service research communities, which, until now, have confined their work to their respective fields. Here, a number of industry professionals and academic experts have contributed chapters on various aspects of the subject to present an overview of home networking technologies with a special emphasis on the user as the center of all activities. Coverage includes: Networked home use cases and scenarios Media format, media exchange, and media interoperability Location-aware device and service discovery Security in smart homes Secure service discovery protocol implementation for wireless ad-hoc networks Multimedia content protection in consumer networks Mobile device connectivity in home networks Unlicensed mobile access/generic access network Wireless sensor networks in the home Ultra-wideband and sensor networking in the home environment With a balanced mix of practice and theory, Technologies for Home Networking focuses on the latest technologies for speedier, more reliable wireless networking and explains how to facilitate workable end-to-end solutions from a user's perspective. This book is an ideal resource for practicing engineers, designers, and managers with an interest in home networking and also serves as a valuable text for graduate students.

Home in America Book by Thomas Dumm

Home in America Book
  • Author : Thomas Dumm
  • Publisher : Harvard University Press
  • Release Date : 2019-11-19
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN Code: 067424379X

Summary: Americans encounter their homes in ways comforting and haunting: as an imagined refuge or a place of mastery and domination, a destination or a place to escape. Drawing on literature, personal experience, and the histories of slavery, incarceration, and homesteading, Thomas Dumm offers a meditation on the richness and poverty of the idea of home.

Coming Home? Vol. 1 Book by Dr. Scott Soo

Coming Home? Vol. 1 Book
  • Author : Dr. Scott Soo
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release Date : 2014-07-18
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 247
  • ISBN Code: 1443864307

Summary: The wars of the twentieth century uprooted people on a previously unimaginable scale to the extent that being a refugee became an increasingly widespread experience. With the arrival of refugees, governments of host countries had to mediate between divided national populations: some wished to welcome those arriving in search of refuge; others preferred a strategy of exclusion or even expulsion. At the same time, refugees had to manage conflicts of the self as they responded to the loss of nationhood, families, socio-political networks, material goods, and arguably also a sense of belonging or home. While return migration was usually perceived by governments and refugees alike as the best solution to the dilemmas of forced displacement, consensus about the timing and dynamics of how this would actually occur was very difficult to achieve. In practice, the return of refugees to their countries of origin rarely, if ever, produced a wholly satisfactory outcome. Conflicts clearly resulted in forced displacement, but it is equally true that forced displacement created conflicts. The complex inter-relationship of conflict, return migration and the sometimes chimerical, but still compelling, search for a sense of home is the central preoccupation of the contributors to the two volumes of the Coming Home? series. Scholars from history, literature, cultural studies and sociology explore the tensions between nation-states and migrants as they have anticipated, implemented or challenged the process of return migration during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. This book begins with Western Europe and progresses to Central and Eastern Europe from the period of the Spanish Civil War to the Cold War era, whilst the second volume – Coming home? Vol. 2: Conflict and Postcolonial Return Migration in the Context of France and North Africa – shifts the focus to the colonial and post-colonial framework of the French-North African nexus. What emerges from the two volumes of essays is that, as ambiguous and sometimes ambivalent as home could appear, it was nonetheless central to migrants’ preoccupations about returning.

The Little Book of Hope Book by Ade Djajamihardja,Kate Stephens

The Little Book of Hope Book
  • Author : Ade Djajamihardja,Kate Stephens
  • Publisher : Affirm Press
  • Release Date : 2016-05-01
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Pages : 192
  • ISBN Code: 1925344746

Summary: Ade Djajamihardja had the perfect home, the perfect partner, and was at the height of his dream career in film and television when, in a matter of seconds, his life was utterly transformed. Following a massive haemorrhage stroke, Ade was left paralysed, unable to move, eat or even read. Top of the world one moment, fighting for survival the next. But through it all, Ade?s spirit never broke. This is the remarkable story of Ade and his wife, Kate, and how hope steered them through the darkest of days. Told with Ade?s signature positivity, humour and empathy, The Little Book of Hope is full of fascinating insights and practical tools that will warm, inspire and guide anyone facing tough times.

Place and Identity Book by Joanna Richardson

Place and Identity Book
  • Author : Joanna Richardson
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2018-09-13
  • Category: Medical
  • Pages : 112
  • ISBN Code: 1351139665

Summary: The UK is experiencing a housing crisis unlike any other. Homelessness is on the increase and more people are at the mercy of landlords due to unaffordable housing. Place and Identity: Home as Performance highlights that the meaning of home is not just found within the bricks and mortar; it is constructed from the network of place, space and identity and the negotiation of conflict between those – it is not a fixed space but a link with land, ancestry and culture. This book fuses philosophy and the study of home based on many years of extensive research. Richardson looks at how the notion of home, or perhaps the lack of it, can affect identity and in turn the British housing market. This book argues that the concept of ‘home’ and physical housing are intrinsically linked and that until government and wider society understand the importance of home in relation to housing, the crisis is only likely to get worse. This book will be essential reading for postgraduate students whose interest is in housing and social policy, as well as appealing to those working in the areas of implementing and changing policy within government and professional spaces.

Guidebook to Relative Strangers: Journeys into Race, Motherhood, and History Book by Camille T. Dungy

Guidebook to Relative Strangers: Journeys into Race, Motherhood, and History Book
  • Author : Camille T. Dungy
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Release Date : 2017-06-13
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 288
  • ISBN Code: 0393253767

Summary: A National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist A 2018 Colorado Book Award Finalist As a working mother and poet-lecturer, Camille Dungy’s livelihood depended on travel. She crisscrossed America and beyond with her daughter in tow, history shadowing their steps, always intensely aware of how they were perceived, not just as mother and child but as black women. From the San Francisco of settlers’ dreams to the slave-trading ports of Ghana, from snow-white Maine to a festive yet threatening bonfire in the Virginia pinewoods, Dungy finds fear and trauma but also mercy, kindness, and community. Penetrating and generous, this is an essential guide for a troubled land.

Welcome Homeless Book by Alan Graham

Welcome Homeless Book
  • Author : Alan Graham
  • Publisher : Thomas Nelson
  • Release Date : 2017-03-07
  • Category: Religion
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN Code: 071808313X

Summary: Homeless. No other word better describes our modern-day suffering. It reveals one of our deepest and most painful conditions—not having a sense of belonging. However, Alan Graham, founder of Mobile Loaves & Fishes and Community First! Village, is improving the quality of life for a large quantity of people through sharing his personal story of becoming more human through humanizing others. Graham believes the more we can give people dignity, the power of choice, and genuine community, the better we’ll be able to offer solutions that will have impact on the world at large. And while his missionary work is focused on giving a home to the physically homeless, he also wants to transform the lives of every living person by shifting the paradigm in understanding what it means to be “home.” In Welcome Homeless, Graham delves deep into what it means to be connected to God, the earth, and each other. In doing so, he shows us the home we’ve all longed for but never had. Welcome Homeless is about becoming fully human by being fully present. It is about finally connecting with the disconnected and finding our identity through knowing the true identity of others. Graham wants to engrain the human story in you so deeply that you start being who you were made to be—that you start finally being like the image from which you were made and start empathizing instead of sympathizing with the people around you. Similar to how we can become 100 percent fully human by mimicking the ultimate image, we can shape a better world by mimicking the picture of the new heaven and the new earth—a picture that has reality at the heart of it but is beyond our imagination. Alan Graham also shares his personal story, the stories of the homeless, and the stories of those whose worldviews have been shifted by the homeless. Because of his raw, humorous, and honest voice, he achieves a rare and profound universality. Houses become homes once they embody the stories of the people who have made these spaces into places of significance, meaning, and memory. Home is fundamentally a place of connection and of relationships that are life-giving and foundational. Graham invites you to make everyone feel truly at home by finally inviting those living on the fringes of society into your heart. This is why Welcome Homeless is about doing, not saying. It is about taking the ultimate and forward-thinking vision of a new heaven and new earth and literally breaking the soil so that new earth can exist here today. It is about realizing that homelessness is not fundamentally a consequence of moral and spiritual inadequacies; but rather it is often the logical and economical outcome for a large part of our population. So, what does your vision of humanity and love look like? Whatever the vision, it should look like community. People should feel more alive after they meet you. When your consciousness changes from one of self-absorption to a consciousness aware of its human desire for connection, compassion, kindness, and beauty, you will start seeing things differently—and others will start seeing you made anew as well because the absolute greatest self-help occurs when you help others e.

Brave in the Broken Book by Katerina Karaindrou

Brave in the Broken Book
  • Author : Katerina Karaindrou
  • Publisher : WestBow Press
  • Release Date : 2021-05-06
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 318
  • ISBN Code: 1664227350

Summary: When fourteen-year-old Katerina Karaindrou was diagnosed with a rare and malignant form of bone cancer in January of 2018, she felt broken, trapped in fear and pain. Through a conversation with her doctor before starting chemotherapy, she embarked on a journey to discover how she could be brave in the midst of despair. Little did she know, the answer was hidden in her story. In Brave in the Broken, Katerina narrates her story of fighting cancer at fourteen and finding healing, purpose, and peace along the way. She tells a story of agonizing pain and suffering, yet one full of hope and meaning. She chronicles how walking on a path of faith and gratitude helped her defy the impossible and fight. Brave in the Broken follows Katerina’s journey as she finds the powerfully impactful miracles that she experienced during the suffering. She discovers how she can overcome despair through the choice to stay brave in the face of fear and affliction.

Creative Journal Writing Book by Stephanie Dowrick

Creative Journal Writing Book
  • Author : Stephanie Dowrick
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release Date : 2009-02-05
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Pages : 272
  • ISBN Code: 1440659419

Summary: Winner of the COVR Award for Book of the Year (2007) From the #1 creativity publisher in the country comes our latest creativity bestseller—Creative Journal Writing—the ultimate book for those who are looking to use this powerful tool to heal, expand, and transform their lives. In this exceptionally positive and encouraging book, Stephanie Dowrick frees the journal writer she believes is in virtually everyone, showing through stories and examples that a genuine sense of possibility can be revived on every page. Creative journal writing goes way beyond just recording events on paper. It can be the companion that supports but doesn?t judge, a place of unparalleled discovery, and a creative playground where the everyday rules no longer count. Proven benefits of journal writing include reduced stress and anxiety, increased self-awareness, sharpened mental skills, genuine psychological insight, creative inspiration and motivation, strengthened ability to cope during difficult times, and overall physical and emotional well-being. Combining a rich choice of ideas with wonderful stories, quotes, and her refreshingly intimate thoughts gained through a lifetime of writing, Dowrick?s insights and confidence make journal writing irresistible?and your own life more enchanting. Included in Creative Journal Writing are: u stories of how people have used journal writing to transform their lives; · inspirational instructions, guidelines, and quotes; · key principles, practical suggestions, and helpful hints; · 125 starter topics, designed to help even the most reluctant journal writer; · more than forty powerful exercises; · and much more!

This Must Be the Place Book by Milton Brasher-Cunningham

This Must Be the Place Book
  • Author : Milton Brasher-Cunningham
  • Publisher : Church Publishing, Inc.
  • Release Date : 2015-11-01
  • Category: Religion
  • Pages : 160
  • ISBN Code: 0819232106

Summary: • Connects the metaphor of home that runs through the stories of our faith – the Prodigal Son, the Son of Man has nowhere to call home, heaven as home – with the deep desire to belong and to feel wanted • Author of Keeping the Feast turns discussions about food and faith into what it means to live in community, to create home, and to feel at home The author writes, “One of the characters in Robert Frost’s ‘Death of a Hired Man’ says, ‘Home is that place where, when you go there, they have to let you in.’ I have found that place in my marriage, around our dining room table for Thursday Night Dinners, with friends who have helped me make a mosaic out of the shards of my fractured past. Home, for me, means to belong, to feel wanted.”

Zen Wisdom for Christians Book by Christopher Collingwood

Zen Wisdom for Christians Book
  • Author : Christopher Collingwood
  • Publisher : Jessica Kingsley Publishers
  • Release Date : 2019-05-21
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Pages : 248
  • ISBN Code: 1784509809

Summary: As spiritual paths, Zen and Christianity can learn from one another. In this book, Anglican priest and Zen teacher Christopher Collingwood sets out how Zen can return Christians to their roots with renewed energy, and allow others to consider Christianity in a new and more favourable light. For the many Christians searching for a greater depth of spirituality, Zen offers a way to achieve openness. Drawing on Zen experience and the teachings of Jesus as depicted in the gospels, Zen Wisdom for Christians enables Christians to explore avenues of thought and experience that are fresh and creative. Using examples of Zen koans and Zen readings of Christian texts, the author provides a radical reorientation of life - away from one based on self-centredness and the notion of a separate, isolated self, to a way that is inclusive and at one with all. Zen Wisdom for Christians proves that the practice of Zen can lead Christians towards deeper spirituality and enhance religious experience through mutual appreciation, in a way that is truly eye-opening and life-changing.

The Irish Attack on Christianity - The Case for the Defence Book by Eugene Jordan

The Irish Attack on Christianity - The Case for the Defence Book
  • Author : Eugene Jordan
  • Publisher : Tafannóir Press
  • Release Date : 2021-03-17
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 330
  • ISBN Code: 1838417206

Summary: During the biggest scandal ever in Irish history, feminists attacked women, the Irish attacked the Irish, the politicians attacked the electorate, and all sides attacked Christianity. They accused Christian women of killing hundreds of babies and of perpetrating a holocaust. The allegations are not true, but many people believe them despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Why should the Irish nation have behaved in such a way? What purpose was served in falsely scapegoating religious women? Why did they attack their mothers, grandmothers, and all their relations, accusing them of the full gamut of reprehensible behaviour from ignorance to holding ‘a perverse religious morality’. The reality is that these women were like stars in the sky; they deserve to shine. The real story needs to be told. The Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes has dismissed many of the scandal propagators’ notorious claims but has made several significant errors of their own. However, the Irish media continues cherry-pick from its findings to perpetuate many of their previously created myths. For the first time, this book exposes the 21st century Irish mindset, revealing the whole sordid tale of how the Irish nation came to hate the Irish. Moreover, it provides the scientific, rational and historical evidence needed to defend against its malignancy.

Popular Culture in Africa Book by Stephanie Newell,Onookome Okome

Popular Culture in Africa Book
  • Author : Stephanie Newell,Onookome Okome
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2013-11-12
  • Category: Social Science
  • Pages : 324
  • ISBN Code: 1135068933

Summary: This volume marks the 25th anniversary of Karin Barber’s ground-breaking article, "Popular Arts in Africa", which stimulated new debates about African popular culture and its defining categories. Focusing on performances, audiences, social contexts and texts, contributors ask how African popular cultures contribute to the formation of an episteme. With chapters on theater, Nollywood films, blogging, and music and sports discourses, as well as on popular art forms, urban and youth cultures, and gender and sexuality, the book highlights the dynamism and complexity of contemporary popular cultures in sub-Saharan Africa. Focusing on the streets of Africa, especially city streets where different cultures and cultural personalities meet, the book asks how the category of "the people" is identified and interpreted by African culture-producers, politicians, religious leaders, and by "the people" themselves. The book offers a nuanced, strongly historicized perspective in which African popular cultures are regarded as vehicles through which we can document ordinary people’s vitality and responsiveness to political and social transformations.

10 Years of the Caine Prize for African Writing Book by The Caine Prize for African Writing

10 Years of the Caine Prize for African Writing Book
  • Author : The Caine Prize for African Writing
  • Publisher : New Internationalist
  • Release Date : 2009-09-01
  • Category: Literary Collections
  • Pages : 228
  • ISBN Code: 1906523800

Summary: Celebrating ten years of the leading literary prize for African fiction (dubbed "The African Booker"), 10 Years of the Caine Prize brings together the ten winning stories along with a story each from the four African winners of the Booker Prize: Chinua Achebe, J.M. Coetzee, Nadine Gordimer, and Ben Okri. The ten winners: Leila Aboulela for The Museum Helon Habila for Love Poems Binyavanga Wainaina for Discovering Home Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor for Weight of Whispers Brian Chikwava for Seventh Street Alchemy S.A. Afolabi for Monday Morning Mary Watson for Jungfrau Monica Arac de Nyeko for Jambula Tree Henrietta Rose-Innes for Poison (The tenth winner is to be announced and published in the New Internationalist in July 2009.)

Contemporary Human Resources Management in the Tourism Industry Book by Tüzünkan, Demet,Alt?nta?, Volkan

Contemporary Human Resources Management in the Tourism Industry Book
  • Author : Tüzünkan, Demet,Alt?nta?, Volkan
  • Publisher : IGI Global
  • Release Date : 2018-08-24
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Pages : 405
  • ISBN Code: 152255761X

Summary: The tourism industry is the largest service industry and the largest employment generator in the world. This was made possible by increasing globalization and disposable income, with the labor force playing an important role. Factors such as quality of services and business performance depend on a well-educated, well-trained, skilled, enthusiastic, and committed workforce. Contemporary Human Resources Management in the Tourism Industry is a pivotal reference source that provides research on the role of human resource departments in creating value for the workplace through innovation and efficient work processes. While highlighting topics such as organizational structure, gender equality, and employee motivation, this publication explores the development of organizational culture, as well as methods of translating business strategy into action through dramatically managing staff on all levels in the tourism industry. This book is ideally designed for human resources managers, business owners, business professionals, researchers, and academicians seeking current research on the organizational skills and strategies necessary in creating effective tourism businesses.

Sail Away Book by Nicola Rodriguez

Sail Away Book
  • Author : Nicola Rodriguez
  • Publisher : Fernhurst Books Limited
  • Release Date : 2019-01-08
  • Category: Sports & Recreation
  • Pages : 248
  • ISBN Code: 1912177765

Summary: You long to escape the daily grind, buy a boat and sail away. This book will inspire your dreams and show you how to turn them into a reality – be it an extended cruise or years away. Written by a yachting journalist who has sailed away for 8 years, together with the contributions of 100 other blue-water cruisers, there are tales a plenty of what it is like to do it from around the world – west, east, north and south. There is also practical advice on everything from choosing a boat to crossing oceans. You’ll be guided through each step of the preparation before casting off on your adventure of a lifetime. There’s information on everything the would-be blue-water sailor needs to consider, including safety, communications, children, ocean passages and budgeting. Learn about routes and destinations around Europe, the Caribbean, the Pacific and beyond to help you cruise the Mediterranean or Baltic, cross the Atlantic or circumnavigate the world. Colour photographs and charts will inspire and inform in this essential guide for the 21st century blue-water sailor. Fully updated for 2019 with new sections on visiting the Baltic and high and low latitudes. Contributors include John Ridgway, Jeanne Socrates, Tom Cunliffe, Ellen Massey Leonard, Behan Gifford, Nigel Wollen, Andrew Wilkes, Jane Russell and Jeremy Wyatt.