Finding Ourselves in Venice, Florence, Rome & Barcelona : Al & Sunny Lockwood

Finding Ourselves in Venice, Florence, Rome & Barcelona : Al & Sunny Lockwood

Finding Ourselves in Venice, Florence, Rome & Barcelona In this feel-good travel memoir two veteran travelers explore the wonders of grand European cities discovering colorful characters, amazing architecture, fascinating art, and mouthwatering cuisine. Join Al and Sunny Lockwood as they ride the choppy green waters of Venice’s Grand Canal. Visit St. Mark’s Basilica, glittering with gold and candlelight. Stroll with them through romantic Florence letting its Renaissance art refresh your heart. In Rome, visit the Sistine Chapel still vibrant with Michelangelo’s unique paintings. Stand in the Colosseum and imagine gladiators battling to the death-roar of the crowd. Enter the most visited monument in Spain: Barcelona’s jaw-dropping Sagrada Familia and feel your soul expand in its stark and stunning beauty. Roam

The Pickwick Club Disaster : John E. Keefe

The Pickwick Club Disaster : John E. Keefe

The Pickwick Club Disaster: Boston’s Deadliest Building Collapse The temperature outside still hovered at a balmy seventy degrees, but inside the crowded, smoke-filled, second floor speakeasy, it was a different story. Several people would later remember the room being decidedly hot and stuffy. The five-piece orchestra had just finished playing a lively Charleston, and dozens of couples—men in their shirt sleeves and women in the latest, flapper-style dresses—remained on the floor while they waited for the last dance of the evening. The orchestra leader was skimming through his sheet music, trying to decide what to play, when the lights suddenly grew dim, flickered a few times, and then went out, plunging the room into darkness. A moment later the old,

Surviving Toxic In-Laws : Miriam Davids

Surviving Toxic In-Laws : Miriam Davids

Surviving Toxic In-Laws : The Big Bullies Ever wonder why most people around the world don’t get along with their in-laws? Is it all about the adage that has been in existence for ages – “When you marry someone, you do not marry the individual. Instead, you marry the person’s entire family”? If so, should this give some in-laws the right to be cruel and nasty to new members of the family? This book introduces readers to simple ways they can recognize, handle and survive toxic in-laws while protecting their marriage. Surviving Toxic In-Laws is a couple’s guide to building and creating a more united front as a couple. Written for all couples, married or not, that desire to uproot

The RIGHT Approach : Mike Wallach

The RIGHT Approach : Mike Wallach

The RIGHT Approach: Positive and Purposeful Parenting As parents grimly discover all too often, the terrible twos is a challenging phase of a child’s life that seems to last well beyond its nominal time frame. For parents who feel that progress with a child’s behavior is a hard-fought battle with rare victories, it’s time to adopt The RIGHT Approach. This brief and simple guide is designed to help frustrated parents make positive progress and improve the relationship with their children. Basic principles of applied behavioral analysis are presented in a practical fashion, giving parents the strategies and tools they need to find success at home. This reference guide begins with an examination of the current situation and an adjustment of

Fudge and Smudge: Pet Detectives : Gary Foster

Fudge and Smudge: Pet Detectives : Gary Foster

Fudge and Smudge: Pet Detectives “A fantastic story for parents to read as a bedtime story to young kids or a great ‘read by themselves’ book for older kids” During the day Fudge and Smudge were guinea pigs, just like any other guinea pigs that you might see at a friend’s house or in a pet shop. However, when the sun goes down and night arrives, and all humans are fast asleep in their beds, Fudge and Smudge have a very special job to do. For Fudge and Smudge are pet detectives. Their mission to patrol the village of Barley Close protecting and serving all the pets who live there. Book Links Facebook (publisher) Twitter (publisher) On Amazon UK On

CARR : Trisha Nikole

CARR : Trisha Nikole

CARR Adjusting to life after high school is tricky enough as it is. Add to that a stagnated vlogging career and a hunger for attention and things get complicated for eighteen-year-old Carr Lark, whose enjoyment of his freshman year in university has so far been tainted not only by malaise but also constant antagonism with his former classmate Kit Lee. Though antagonism might be too strong a word. It isn’t Carr’s fault that Kit is out to irritate him as much as possible. It isn’t Carr’s fault that Kit is so easy to hate in return. It isn’t Carr’s fault, either, that one of his social media posts about Kit leads to a dating rumor that catapults him into everyone’s

The Picture : Roger Bray

The Picture : Roger Bray

The Picture A warehouse in Japan used as an emergency shelter in the aftermath of the 2011 Tsunami. A distraught, young Japanese woman in dishevelled clothes sits on a box, holding her infant daughter. Ben, a US rescue volunteer, kneels in front of her offering comfort. They hug, the baby between them. The moment turns into an hour as the woman sobs into his shoulder; mourning the loss of her husband, her home, the life she knew. A picture is taken, capturing the moment. It becomes a symbol; of help freely given and of the hope of the survivors. The faces in the picture cannot be recognised, and that is how Ben likes it. No celebrity, thanks not required. But

Didn’t Get Frazzled : David Z Hirsch

Didn’t Get Frazzled : David Z Hirsch

Didn’t Get Frazzled A fictional story about life and love in medical school, Didn’t Get Frazzled takes the reader on a four year adventure into the bowels of Bellevue Hospital and the equally strange world of the mid ‘90s New York City singles scene. “Echoing the comedic tone of the 1989 comedy Gross Anatomy, the novel’s affection for this uniquely strange experience makes it the best fictional portrayal of med school since ER. Readers will savor the experience.” – BlueInk Review (starred review) International Book Award Bronze Medal Winner Readers’ Favorite (Fiction – Humor/Comedy) and INDIES Book of the Year Award Finalist Medical student Seth Levine faces escalating stress and gallows humor as he struggles with the collapse of his

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