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I Is an Other
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"Sherlock Holmes could glance at a bowler hat and tell that its owner's wife had ceased to love him. In this brilliant book about metaphor James Geary is no less astonishing, as he deciphers the subtle implications embedded in advertising slogans, familiar slang and government double-talk…. You'll scarf down every page of I Is an Other and then ask for more." -Michael Dirda, Pulitzer Prize-winning critic and author of Book by Book and Classics for PleasureFor lovers of language and fans of Blink and Freakonomics, New York Times bestselling author James Geary offers this fascinating look at metaphors and their influence in every aspect of our lives, from art to medicine, psychology to the stock market.

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The Other Man
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Lourdes He was brazen as hell from the moment I laid eyes on him. He was aggressive, and dominant, with mac truck arms, and a bar brawler voice. He was too good looking for his own good, with a hard jaw, and harder eyes. I'd always led a fairly peaceful life, but even I could tell at a glance that this man was dangerous. For so many reasons. Not the least of which being that rough, dirty, sheet-clawing sex fairly radiated off him. I'd thought I'd known how to handle every kind of man, but this one left me baffled. To say he wasn't my type was putting it lightly. But you couldn't tell that to my libido. Not even when I found out the truth. My lover had lied to me from the very start. Nothing about our meeting was a coincidence.

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You and No Other
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The protégé of a world-renowned artist, sculptress Phoenix Banister dreams of one day taking the art world by storm. Few people know that Phoenix has a secret that could ruin her career before it even starts. To protect that secret, Phoenix lives a very quiet life-and that means no scandal and no romance. But her well-ordered world is turned upside down when she meets Morgan Grayson, a powerfully handsome attorney. Morgan isn't the kind of man a woman can ignore-no matter how hard she tries. An avid art collector, Morgan deeply appreciates beauty-especially when it comes in the form of a woman like Phoenix. With her elegant smile and soft, toffee-colored skin, Phoenix takes Morgan's breath away the moment he sees her. But he senses that the woman he is falling in love with has something to hide-something not even his soft kisses and tender embrace can reveal. When Morgan finally discovers the truth about her past, will he still think Phoenix is the woman of his dreams?

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No Other Man
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Will love prevail in the end amid lies, deceit and betrayal of one's trust? Readers can find out in author B. Danielle Watkins' No Other Man. This book is a three-part series that follows the romantic story of Lance David Ronaldson and Dainelle Amari Cooper, two young and attractive college seniors, as they prepare themselves to spend the rest of their lives together. But little did they know that a vicious plan is being hatched by the people who were close to their hearts and ready to tear them both apart. In No Other Man, the author narrates the story and paints a vivid picture of two, young college couple with contrasting personalities. Dainelle is an independent, over-scheduled sorority girl with more troubles than time in life and Lance is an insecure athlete dreading the fateful words "I do". Despite their differences, they have found each other and plan to share each other's life in marriage. But Dainelle's best friend and Maid of Honor Monique and ex-boyfriend Ahmad will do anything and everything to ruin their lives and break them apart. Will Dainelle and Lance's love have a happy ending? This book tells all. Lies, deceit and paranoia will engulf readers until the surprising end unfolds in this cleverly crafted debut, No Other Man

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The Other Me
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Cinnamon is a twin calf, and he is a survivor. He doesnt understand his feelings, but wise Mr. Llama knows how to find the answer. Cinnamon finds others who are just like him through Mr. Llamas special playgroup. Follow Cinnamon as he learns to let go of his brother and let God heal the hole in his heart.

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Summary & Study Guide: In Other Rooms, Other Wonders
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This study guide includes the following sections: Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Characters, Objects/Places, Themes, Style, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion.

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On the Other Hand
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Nina Andrews is a woman who loves her life and considers it close to perfect. After twenty-eight years of marriage, she is still in love with her husband, Mike. Now that they are empty-nesters, they are looking forward to retirement and a life of leisure. Their financial planner, Pat McDermott, is successful professionally, but her personal life has been a disappointment. She has always admired the relationship that Mike and Nina have and envies them. Suddenly everything changes when Mike dies leaving Nina behind. Her overwhelming grief soon turns to anger and then depression. She tries to live outside her grief, but the next step seems impossible. Just when Nina thinks she is learning to endure, she crashes. As Nina struggles with her loss, Pat battles her own demons. Once burned by love, she is hesitant to open her life up to new possibilities. So when someone special appears in her life, every instinct tells her to be afraid. But whether she wants to or not, she is falling in love. Crushed by her grief, Nina carefully plans her suicide but just as she is about to carry out her plan, there is a knock at her door. The visitor she finds on the other side will change her life in ways she never dared dream.

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Other Side of the Line
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Caleb Hudson and Hal Zimmer became best friends the day they stood up against the schoolyard bully together. Life's complicated enough with their friendship crossing racial lines in 1960s Charleston, South Carolina, but as time passes, they realize it's more than their friendship that sets them apart from other kids. At first, Caleb denies his feelings for Hal could be more than companionship. He supports his friend when Hal admits he's gay, but Caleb isn't ready to face his own truth. Hal becomes a staunch antiwar protester, and the divide between them widens after Caleb is drafted. But when Caleb returns from Vietnam, the time for denial is over. His homecoming sets off a series of events that force Caleb and Hal to confront their desires and what lines they're willing to cross to get what they truly want out of life.

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The Other Side of 50
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This manuscript that you are reading is not a book in the traditional sense of the word. It is rather a compilation of thoughts and experiences I have had and various treatises that I have felt compelled to write over the last few years. It is because of my desire to share these observations that I have decided to put them together. They all served to codify my thoughts and feelings and convey what I personally believe in areas of health of body, mind and spirit. Because some of these articles were written at different times, you may find certain truths repeated from time to time. Please forgive this and edit them out; it is my feeling that they serve to reinforce that which has helped me to arrive happily at three score and ten. I still refer back to this book as a resource and find its validity for me to be sustaining. If it helps you to have at least one happier day, it will have fulfilled its purpose.

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The Other Side of Time
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Stranded in the wrong universe! Jacob Tunney lost his wife to cancer and his career to alcoholism. But he'd begun his climb back to sanity and found the woman he could happily spend the rest of his life with. Suddenly he is transported to another universe and she is left behind. He must find his way back to her!

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Orbit Men of the Otherworld (Otherworld)
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Orbit Tales of the Otherworld (Otherworld)
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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform The Other Side of War
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Orestes and Other Plays
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Written during the long battles with Sparta that were to ultimately destroy ancient Athens, these six plays by Euripides brilliantly utilize traditional legends to illustrate the futility of war. The Children of Heracles holds a mirror up to contemporary Athens, while Andromache considers the position of women in Greek wartime society. In The Suppliant Women, the difference between just and unjust battle is explored, while Phoenician Women describes the brutal rivalry of the sons of King Oedipus, and the compelling Orestes depicts guilt caused by vengeful murder. Finally, Iphigenia in Aulis, Euripides' last play, contemplates religious sacrifice and the insanity of war. Together, the plays offer a moral and political statement that is at once unique to the ancient world, and prophetically relevant to our own.

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The Other Side of Life
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Drawing on biblical examples and his 60-plus years of pastoral experience, Rev. Biebel helps older (and younger) adults understand God's view of aging and the rich life available to everyone who seeks a deeper relationship with God as they age. Rev. Biebel explains how to: Identify God's ongoing plan for your life; Rely on faith to manage the anxieties of aging; Form positive, supportive relationships; Cultivate patience; Cope with new technologies; Develop spiritual integrity; Understand the effects of dementia; Develop a Christ-centered perspective of aging. "Books about religion and aging have grown in popularity as the 'greying of America' impacts church congregations and clergy," says gerontologist Sharon V. King, PhD. "Few approach the topic of the role of religion in later life as meaningfully as The Other Side of Life."

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Others
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The Bible admonishes us to: "look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others"(Phillippians 2:4). In this timely book, Dag Heward-Mills challenges you to go beyond thinking about yourself and think of others also! Love others also! Consider others also! Care about others also! Live for others also! Jesus came to die for us because He thought about "others". I want to be more like Him. Do you want to be like Jesus?

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Love....And Other Poems
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From island to island. Born in England and brought up on the south coast. Hilary Seymour-Cole King has never forgotten her English roots. She was educated there and in London, where she worked in advertising. She decided to emigrate to the United States in 1957 in order to study American advertising methods, and this led to her marriage to an American who had been a Rhodes scholar at Oxford. Hilary had her fi rst poem Spitfi res in the Sun published at the age of 16 when at boarding school, and she continued to write poetry and short stories. She became an advertising copywriter, an editor of several womens magazines in New York, and then founded and ran her own Public Relations and Marketing agency in Manhattan for over 40 years. Hilary has continued to write throughout the years - whether living in New York or on Shelter Island, where she acquired a summer house for her children, Alexandra, Edward and Vanessa in the late 70s. Then, in the 80s, she returned to her fi rst love, Italy, and acquired a 200 year old ruin in Umbria, in a hamlet called Morra, on the Tuscany border. Originally a tobacco drying tower, this took nearly four years of money, Italian permits, Italian workmen, and so on to restore the building and create a casa di campagna, a little country house. This house was the joy of her life for many years and she visited it whenever possible. Now, at 82, Hilary has retired to Shelter Island where she lives permanently. She has completed her fi rst book of poems and is working on her memoirs of a childhood in England during World War II. Her greatest joy today is when her grandchildren, Duncan, Fiona and Liam, visit her. As she says, Shelter Island is so like England, where you are surrounded by the beauty, peace and quiet of the countryside and the sea.

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The other dance step
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Ana, Bernardo e Celina são adolescentes. Amigos desde a infância, o trio A-Bê-Cê não se separa jamais. Desde pequenos, andam sempre juntos, e juntos vivem as experiências que a vida vai trazendo. Numa tarde comum, Ana sai de casa para se encontrar com a mãe. De repente, um outro encontro. Aquele que poderia não ter acontecido: Ana Lúcia e a bala. Uma bala (perdida?) encontra Ana Lúcia. A partir de um acontecimento que se tornou banal num país onde a violência faz parte do cotidiano, Caio Riter conta, nessa novela juvenil, a história de três adolescentes que se deparam, de repente, com a necessidade de amadurecer. A vida lhes trazendo dor até então desconhecida. O livro, ilustrado por Joãocaré, faz parte da coleção Papo-cabeça, cujo primeiro título, De carona, com nitro, de Luís Dill, foi vencedor do Prêmio Açorianos 2009 na categoria juvenil e finalista na categoria projeto gráfico. - Ana, Bernardo and Celina are teenagers. Friends since childhood, the trio A-Bê-Cê never separates. Since they were little, they always go together, and together they live the experiences that life brings. On an ordinary afternoon, Ana leaves home to meet her mother. Suddenly, another date. The one that might not have happened: Ana Lucia and the bullet. A bullet (lost?) Finds Ana Lucia. From an event that has become banal in a country where violence is part of daily life, Caio Riter tells in this youth novel the story of three teenagers who are suddenly faced with the need to mature. Life bringing them pain hitherto unknown. The book, illustrated by Joãocaré, is part of the Papo-cabeça collection, whose first title, De carona, com nitro, by Luís Dill, was winner of the 2009 Açorianos Prize in the juvenile category and finalist in the graphic design category.

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Do Unto Others
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Even if everything had gone as planned, Dr. Lucas Stuart and his fellow missionaries would have found their task a dangerous and daunting one. They not only had committed to serve as medical missionaries at a remote Angolan medical outpost in 1970, but found that they were unwittingly signed on for a life-and-death struggle against seemingly insurmountable challenges. They were forced to pit their knowledge, skills and Christian faith against formidable diseases, hostile natives, the scarcity of modern medicine, widespread poverty and the constantly changing elements. To make matters worse, Lucas and his medical team found themselves unwilling participants in a brutal civil war that would test their courage, faith and fortitude to the limit. This set them off on journeys that would bring them face to face with extraordinary challenges, ranging from unpredictable terrain and aggressive rebels to the newly-emerging Ebola virus, thieves, savage crocodiles and human-slave traffickers. One thing was for certain, Lucas had not expected to fall deeply in love, in the midst of the turmoil, with his nurse Angela Abercrombie, setting them off on a different sort of journey, with their unlikely companion, an intensely loyal dog named Iuba. For Lucas and Angela, the harrowing travels and endeavors through the toughest jungles and savannah regions of Africa, was also a journey of the heart.

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Her Other Voice
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Kellie is a high end prostitute with split personality disorder. She is in love with her pimp, but her friend, Dion, is in love with her. Kellies best friend is also a prostitute but has a drug problem. Kellie also has three children that she is not able to care for, therefore they live with her very successful sister. Kellie with take herself, and everyone around her through the most unpredictable twists and turns.

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Life on the Other Side
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Anna lives at a farm with her husband, Old Sam. They have no children. She is not loved and appreciated by him. Despite that, she loves him and is committed to their marriage. She is a devoted Christian and cherishes the relationship she has with Jesus Christ. She suddenly dies while her husband is away. The community mourns and gives her a befitting funeral. Old Sam employs Doris and Matthew to assist with the work at the farm. One morning, Old Sam falls sick and goes into a coma. Doctors fail to resuscitate him and leave him for dead. Old Sam experiences a glimpse of heaven and hell. When he is discharged from hospital, the experience dramatically impacts his life.

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The Other Facts of Life
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Ben stared at the images on the TV screen half in fascination, half in horror. He had never seen anything like this. It was incredible. It was awful. He needed answers. There are some things Ben doesn't understand, so his dad is sent in to explain the facts of life. But it's the other facts that are worrying Ben and he decides to find his own answers. He's deadly serious - and the results are very, very funny. The story of one boy's stand for a better world and a slightly better family.

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Amok and Other Stories
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A Doctor IN the Dutch East Indies torn between his medical duty to help and his own mixed emotions; a middle-aged maidservant whose devotion to her master leads her to commit a terrible act; a hotel waiter whose love for an unapproachable aristocratic beauty culminates in an almost lyrical death and a prisoner-of-war longing to be home again in Russia. In these four stories, Stefan Zweig shows his gift for the acute analysis of emotional dilemmas. His four tragic and moving cameos of the human condition are played out against cosmopolitan and colonial backgrounds in the first half of the twentieth century.

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The Other
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Esin is an attractive, happily married Turkish woman with a modern, Western-oriented outlook and a successful career hosting business meetings in Istanbul. She would normally have nothing in common with Kubra, a conservative religious girl she met at college in the States. Kubra wears the Islamist headscarf and lives with her parents. As Esin and Kübra form an intimate friendship, the chapters of the novel open out onto each woman's emotional and sexual experience in turn. The cultural divisions of contemporary Turkey are dramatized through their personal lives and the dynamics within their families. Each woman's curiosity about the other's mysterious world gradually takes on a boldly erotic character. At first interested in the external trappings of each other's lives, they embark on a journey of spiritual and sensual discovery whereby each woman comes to know 'The Other.'

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The Other Child
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Where Innocence Dies. Expectant parents Karen and Mike Houston are excited about restoring their old rambling Victorian mansion to its former glory. With its endless maze of rooms, hallways, and hiding places, it's a wonderful place for their nine-year-old daughter Leslie to play and explore. Unfortunately, they didn't listen to the stories about the house's dark history. They didn't believe the rumors about the evil that lived there. .The Nightmare Begins. It begins with a whisper. A child's voice beckoning from the rose garden. Crying out in the night. It lures little Leslie to a crumbling storm door. Down a flight of broken stairs. It calls to their unborn child. It wants something from each of them. Something in their very hearts and souls. Tonight, the house will reveal its secret. Tonight, the other child will come out to play.

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This Other City
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In the newest play from this prolific Northern Irish writer, Carville turns his attention to the demons beneath the shiny surface of the new, metropolitan Belfast. This Other City plays out against a backdrop of coffee shops, beauty salons and overpriced apartments. It's a Belfast where dodgy deals are done in boutique hotel rooms with a view.

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And Other Summer Days
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And Other Summer Days is a collection of poems that subtly tell a story of summer and of love. Most were written as a challenge I gave myself: Ask a different person every day for a random word, then write a poem.

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Fear of the Other
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In this no non-sense book, reliable spiritual guide, Will Willimon, invites readers to consider the gospel command to love (and not merely tolerate) those considered to be "Other" or outside mainstream Christian culture. Rooted in the faith of Israel and the Christian story and vision, Willimon brings a Wesleyan perspective to bear on what may be the hardest thing for people of faith to do: keeping and loving the "Other" as they are - without any need for them to become like us. Emphasizing biblical teaching to receive Others for who they are and their differences as gifts and mysteries bearing the grace of God, Willimon also offers a strong critique of the privileged who all too often rush to speak of reconciliation and evade the injustice of huge inequalities faced by foreigners and strangers - as well as the antagonism the stranger experiences. He identifies concrete, everyday ways persons are formed in welcoming others without annihilating their differences. Rooted in the New Testament understanding of Gentile outsiders grafted into the covenant community, Willimon invites readers to an on-the-ground faith that remembers the God who comes to us again and again through so-called outsiders, strangers, immigrants, and those without status. Beyond welcome, Christians must become "other" to the world, shaking off the dominant culture's identity and privilege through practices of listening, humility, and understanding."I love Will Willimon, and I love this book. Will writes with prophetic sarcasm, a touch of humor, plenty of self-effacement, and a pastor's heart. And his words will make you laugh, cringe, cry, confess, and repent. This is a very timely book. I urge you, prospective reader, as you read this blurb on the back cover: buy and read it! You'll be grateful you did." -Adam Hamilton, senior pastor, The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, Leawood, KS; author of Half Truths"This gutsy, biblically rich, theologically searing book by Willimon gigs everybody

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The Other Woman's Son
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Clay Dillon is everyone's hero especially to his family. So when his kid sister needs a kidney, he tracks down Jenna Wright. Jenna's the only one who can help, but to gain her trust he has to lie. Jenna believes Clay can be everything to her until she finds out who he really is the son of the woman who ruined her life. In that instant Jenna's dreams for a future with Clay dissolve. Jenna is in so deep, she actually considers doing what Clay asks. But how can she help his family at the expense of her own?

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A Utopia Like Any Other
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Does a utopia really exist within northern Europe? Do we have anything to learn from it if it does? And what makes a nation worthy of admiration, anyway? Since the '30s, when the world was wowed by the Stockholm Exhibition, to most people Sweden has meant clean lines, good public housing, and a Social Democratic government. More recently the Swedes have been lauded for their environmental credentials, their aspirational free schools, and their hardy economy. But what's the truth of the Swedish model? Is modern Sweden really that much better than rest of Europe? In this insightful exploration of where Sweden has been, where it's going, and what the rest of us can learn from its journey, journalist Dominic Hinde explores the truth behind the myth of a Swedish Utopia. In his quest for answers he travels the length of the country and further, enjoying July sunshine on the island of Gotland with the cream of Swedish politics for 'Almedalan Week', venturing into the Arctic Circle to visit a town about to be swallowed up by the very mine it exists to serve, and even taking a trip to Shanghai to take in the suburban Chinese interpretation of Scandinavia, 'Sweden Town', a Nordic city in miniature in the smog of China's largest city.

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Loving Each Other
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The classic guide on how to build loving relationshipsIn this exploration of loving and living, bestselling author Leo Buscaglia addresses the intricacies and challenges of love relationships. He asks such important questions, as: How do we best interweave our lives with our loved ones? Do we change our way of relating depending on the circumstances? If we fail in one relationship, can we succeed in others?In this exhilarating book, Leo doesn't give pat answers. He presents alternatives and suggests behaviour that opens the way to truly loving each other. He recalls with heartwarming detail the importance of his own family and friendships in helping him to be open to grow and to love. Praise for Loving Each Other:"I recommend this book to anyone choosing to launch a lasting relationship."*Great book to learn about how to nurture and grow your relationship* and how to communicate."After reading this book I have decided that I am going to give this book away as a gift to nearly everyone I possibly can."No better tool out there for learning how to make a relationship work. Every word is a priceless gem of wisdom."

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The Other Side of the Desk
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The Other Side of the Desk is an accumulation of stories and personal conclusions made by a teacher with over thirtyseven years of teaching experience. Also included are stories from her years as a child-student growing up in a small town in Iowa. The stories are every teacher's stories. Any teacher reading them might say, "Yes, that happened to me" or "Yes, I have often felt that way." Also included in many of the stories are tips for teachers (according to N. J.). These might be benefi cial to 'novice' teachers or 'wannabe' teachers.

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The Other Side of the Window
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The Other Side of the Window

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Loving Each Other
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Leo Buscaglia deals with the dynamics of human relationships and our fears of commitment. He points out that society's flippant and suspicious attitudes toward tenderness, compassion, caring, sharing and love, has created detached, apathetic people.

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Love and Other Ruins
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The sequel to Karen X. Tulchinsky's much-praised first novel, Love Ruins Everything, picks up the story four months later as the characters prepare for the approach of the Millennium. Over the course of the year 1999, Nomi Rabinovitch and her lover, Julie Sakamoto, negotiate the joy and pain of a long-distance relationship; Nomi's cousin Henry devotes more energy to Aids activism, even as he must cope with intense treatments as his health declines; and Solly and Belle, Henry's estranged parents, are drawn closer by their shared love for their son. And Bubbe, aged somewhere between 92 and 97, might be hard of hearing, but she's certainly not blind to the crazy events swirling around her.A joyful, hilarious, and often very touching story of love, pain, activism and family, Love and Other Ruins offers readers another chance to spend time with the delightfully engaging Nomi Rabinovitch and her eccentric friends and relatives.

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Responsible Other
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Daisy is sixteen. She was normal. Now she's just an ill person with a disease no one has heard of. The hospital tells her father Peter that she must travel regularly to London for specialist treatment - but how on earth will he get time off work? There's one person he could ask for help. Problem is, Daisy's not going to like it…Responsible Other is a bittersweet comedy which examines the complexities of family life.

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The Other Country
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Michael and Helen Whelan believed that life after the birth of their first child would be the most amazing adventure. But at 14 months of age, their precious son Charlie's development seemed to stall and Michael and Helen began to realise that something was wrong. Referred to a paediatrician by their GP, they were given the shattering news: Charlie was autistic. For Michael and Helen, this diagnosis was bewildering, frightening and heartbreaking; neither was really sure what autism was or what it meant to Charlie's, and their family's, future. The Other Country is Michael Whelan's account of what happened next - the obstacles they faced, the treatments they tried and the people they met. The Whelans story is one of triumphs and setbacks, of tests and uncertainties, and above all, of dedication and love.

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The Other Half Lives
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Why would anyone confess to the murder of someone who isn't dead? Ruth Bussey knows what it means to be in the wrong and to be wronged. She once did something she regrets, and her punishment nearly destroyed her. Now Ruth is rebuilding her life, and has found a love she doesn't believe she deserves: Aidan Seed. Aidan is also troubled by a past he hates to talk about, until one day he decides he must confide in Ruth. He tells her that years ago he killed someone: a woman called Mary Trelease. Ruth is confused. She's certain she's heard the name before, and when she realises why it sounds familiar, her fear and confusion deepen - because the Mary Trelease that Ruth knows is very much alive.

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The Other Irish
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What do Mark Twain, Neil Armstrong, and John McCain have in common? They're all descendants of a merry group of Scots-Irish braggarts that crossed the Atlantic from Ireland in the early 1700s and settled in America's South. Also known as the "Other Irish," this wild bunch of patriotic, rebellious, fervently religious rascals gave us the Nra, at least fourteen presidents, decisive victories in the Revolutionary War, a third of today's US Military, country music, Star Wars, the Munchkins, American-style Democracy, and even the religious right. not to mention Nascar, whose roots go back to Prohibition-era moonshine runners. Yet few Americans are familiar with the Other Irish or their contributions to American culture. Now author and documentary filmmaker Karen McCarthy shines a probing light on this fascinating topic, illuminating the extent to which the Scots-Irish helped weave the fabric of our nation.

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Other People
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Like a ghost or a fugitive, Mary roams through London - pursuing and pursued by memory and forgetting, by the compelling Amy Hide and the charming Mr Wrong. Martin Amis sustains an unnervingly high degree of suspense as Mary and the reader yearn to grasp what has happened to Mary's past and ponder what its loss has gained her. Unfolding is a metaphysical thriller where jealousy guarded secrets jostle with startling insights. Other People is ambitious and accomplished, heralding for Amis an unexpected new direction as a novelist and for the rest of us an experience not to be missed.

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Other Selves
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Other Selves: Animals in the Canadian Literary Imagination begins with the premise, first suggested by Margaret Atwood in The Animals in That Country (1968), that animals have occupied a peculiarly central position in the Canadian imagination. Unlike the longer-settled countries of Europe or the more densely-populated United States, in Canada animals have always been the loved and feared co-inhabitants of this harsh, beautiful land. From the realistic animal tales of Charles G.d. Roberts and Ernest Thompson Seton, to the urban animals of Marshall Saunders and Dennis Lee, to the lyrical observations of bird enthusiasts John James Audubon, Thomas McIlwraith, and Don McKay, animals have occupied a key place in Canadian literature, focusing central aspects of our environmental consciousness and cultural symbolism. Other Selves explores how and what the animals in this country have meant through all genres and periods of Canadian writing, focusing sometimes on individual texts and at other times on broader issues. Tackling more than a century of writing, from 19th-century narrative of women travellers, to the "natural" conversion of Grey Owl, to the award-winning novels of Farley Mowat, Marian Engel, Timothy Findley, Barbara Gowdy, and Yann Martel, these essays engage the reader in this widely-acknowledged but inadequately-explored aspect of Canadian literature.

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The Other Child
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'Taut, tense, and beautifully written' Clare Mackintosh, bestselling author of I Let You Go. An emotional psychological thriller for fans of The Couple Next Door and Behind Closed Doors. Sometimes a lie feels kinder than the truth. but what happens when that lie becomes an avalanche of deceit?When Tess is sent to photograph Greg, a high-profile paediatric surgeon, she sees something complex in him that she instantly connects with. Their relationship quickly deepens, but then Tess - already a single mother to nine-year-old Joe - finds out she's pregnant. Greg, who never wanted to be a father, is then offered the job of a lifetime back in his hometown of Boston, Usa. Within just a few months, they have married and moved to the States. But life in an affluent Boston suburb is not as straightforward as Tess had hoped. Strange things keep happening in their rented home - Joe is unsettled, the next-door neighbours are clearly troubled, and Greg's work is all-consuming. As a fierce Boston winter closes in, and her baby's birth looms, Tess remains determined to make this new life work. Then she makes a jaw-dropping discovery. . *Enjoyed The Other Child? The new novel from the inimitable Lucy Atkins, The Night Visitor, is available now*

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Bramble-Bees and Others
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In this volume I have collected all the essays on Wild Bees scattered through the "Souvenirs entomologiques, " with the exception of those on the Chalicodomae, or Mason-bees proper, which form the contents of a separate volume entitled "The Mason-bees.

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Do Unto Others
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Tom, an ordinary middle-aged single male, led an utterly unexciting life. He fantasized about having sex with the beautiful girls that he ran into at the office and around town, but they never even gave him a second look. So when he googled Alternity, the appeal of cybersex with gorgeous avatars seemed like a viable option. One quick call, and he was set up and entering the fantasy realm of his lifetime. The avatars were like real girls, and he was hooked up to an avatar that he could change to be whatever he wanted. Best of all, with the direct connection to his brain, it wasn't a third-person experience, IT WAS Real! Tom could feel every penetration and every incredible orgasm. This fantasy world gives Tom the unimaginable power to do whatever he wants to whomever he wants, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Even as he wields his 14-inch purple engorged penis in an orgy of frightening sexual encounters, Tom doesn't notice his sanity and social constraint slipping away, until he's past the point of no return. No longer is this just a sexual romp. Without social conventions and legal ramifications to stop it, every private sick, twisted fantasy he has ever had comes to life, and Tom sinks into the person he really is, but never believed he was. Warnings: This title contains graphic language and sex.

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1914 and Other Poems
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The Library of Alexandria is an independent small business publishing house. We specialize in bringing back to live rare, historical and ancient Books. This includes manuscripts such as: classical fiction, philosophy, science, Religion, folklore, mythology, history, literature, politics and sacred texts, in addition to Secret and esoteric subjects, such as: occult, freemasonry, alchemy, hermetic, shamanism and ancient knowledge. Our Books are available in digital format. We have approximately 50 thousand titles in 40 different languages and we work hard every single day in order to convert more titles to digital format and make Them available for our readers. Currently, we have 2000 titles available for purchase in 35 Countries in addition to The United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Our titles contain an interactive table of contents for ease of navigation of The Book. We sincerely hope you enjoy These treasures in The form of digital Books.

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The Other Child
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An old farm, a deserted landscape, a dark secret from times past with fatal consequences for the present. In the tranquil northern seaside town of Scarborough, a student is found cruelly murdered. For months, the investigators are in the dark, until they are faced with a copy-cat crime. The investigation continues apace, yet they are still struggling to establish a connection between the two victims. Ambitious detective Valerie Almond clings to the all too obvious: a rift within the family of the second victim. But there is far more to the case than first appears and Valerie is led towards a dark secret, inextricably linked to the evacuation of children to Scarborough during World War II. Horrified at her last-minute discovery, Valerie realises that she may be too late for action.

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A Race Like No Other
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When 39,195 competitors thunder over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to begin the thirty-eighth running of the famed New York City Marathon, they experience one of the most exhilarating moments in sports. But as they cross five towering bridges and five distinct boroughs, carried 26.2 miles by the cheers of two million fans and by their own indomitable wills, grueling challenges await them. New York Times sportswriter Liz Robbins brings race day to life in this gripping saga of the 2007 Marathon, weaving the unforgettable stories of runners into a vibrant mile-by-mile portrait of the world's largest marathon. The professionals pound out the suspense in two thrilling races. Paula Radcliffe, the women's world record holder from Great Britain, returns with new resolve after having given birth nine months earlier; Gete Wami, her longtime rival from Ethiopia, tries to win her second marathon in just five weeks; and Latvia's Jelena Prokopcuka desperately hopes for her third straight New York title. If the women's race plays out like a mesmerizing chess game, then the men's race quickly turns into a high-speed car chase. South Africa's Hendrick Ramaala, eager to recapture glory at age 35, surges to lead the pack as Kenya's Martin Lel and Morocco's Abderrahim Goumri stay within striking range. While the professionals offer insight into the intense, often painful experience of being an elite athlete, the amateurs provide timeless stories of courage and obsession that typify today's marathoner: Harrie Bakst, a cancer survivor at 22, who is a first-timer; Pam Rickard, a 45-year-old mother of three from Virginia, who is a recovering alcoholic; and 65-year-old Tucker Andersen, who has run the race every year since 1976.Enlivening the history of the New York City Marathon with stories of such legends as the late Fred Lebow, the race's charismatic founder, and nine-time champion Grete Waitz, A Race Like No Other provides a curbside seat to the drama of the first Sunday in November. Feel

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Other Arms Reach Out to Me
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This collection gathers together Michael Bishop's mainstream stories set in Georgia or featuring characters from Georgia. The collection represents the culmination of a career-long project that Bishop did not fully realize he had embarked upon, but that he did always have in the back of his mind. It opens with a hommage, both poignant and funny, to Flannery O'Connor, and closes with his daringly satirical Nebula Award-nominated novelette "Rattlesnakes and Men."

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My Other Life
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The fictional narrator of these memoirs, a man of many different guises, has reconstructed his past, giving it wit and life, tragedy and pathos, and imposed an order on it through careful editing. Life, it seems, has no apparent plot and so it can seem messier than fiction; sometimes it seems as if our hero is leading many different, separate lives. 'A memoir; a collection of short stories; an assemblage of fables; an anthology of Theroux: a book in which he is everywhere present, as himself and as someone other. Endlessly inventive, beguiling, provocative and insidiously readable' Sunday Telegraph

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The Other Woman
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In 2007 life was humming along quite nicely. Happily married for 28 years to the love of my life, three gorgeous children and now living in idyllic surroundings, it was like a dream. That dream was soon to turn into a nightmare. When my husband took me for a walk along the beach one March afternoon I did not expect to come back facing a completely different life and wondering what on earth I was going to do next. Like all families we had our ups and downs but we always seemed to sort ourselves out. However, my husband's revelation as we walked along the beach together was going to be a hard thing to work through. How do you hold it all together when you husband tells you that he has always wanted to live as a woman? With no experience and very little knowledge of what transgender meant I naïvely believed that it would be possible for me to support my husband and keep our family together. This is the story of the impact on all of us of Colin's transition from male to female and the sometimes absurd happenings as I searched for new love and romance. Our story is one that hasn't really been explored yet but it is worth learning about as the journey applies to many people out there who are stoic and determined, sometimes to their own detriment and that of their families, who are coming to terms with the loss of their partner, father, brother or son. If there are any lessons in these pages, they are that what any of us does has a direct impact on those who love us and as hard as it may be, there are times when it just can't be about us; try to remember that those around you deserve your support too.

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Curses, Inc. and Other Stories
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A spell that gets you land, money, long golden hair, or a date to the prom can't be a curse, can it? A curse just gets you dead. Or does it? In these ten stunning short stories, boys and girls learn firsthand just what magic spells, enchantments, and curses really can do.

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Otherkin
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I thought I knew myself. Then I met Caleb. Dez is a good girl who does as she's told and tries not to be noticed. Then she rescues a boy from a cage, and he tells her secrets about herself. Now inside her burns a darkness that will transform her. Everything is about to change-and neither Caleb, nor the Otherkin, nor those who hunt them, are prepared for what Dez will unleash. "Be prepared to lose some sleep. Otherkin is full of non-stop action and suspense, and you're not going to be able to put it down!" -Brigid Kemmerer, author of the Elemental series "Get caught up in a dangerous world of shadow magic, shifters, and secrets." *New York Times* bestselling author Jennifer Estep "Berry's debut offers just the right combination of high-stakes exploits and steamy love scenes to keep readers up until the wee hours. ripe with issues that will resonate with readers. From body image to friendship, first love and betrayal, [Otherkin] explores the truth that no matter who or what you are, there's no escaping the politics of high school." - Kirkus Reviews

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The Other Side of the Pillow
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The latest novel from the New York Times bestselling Queen of Erotica about a testy love affair between a woman who's had enough and a man who's had it all. Jemistry Daniels, the beautiful, intelligent, six-figures-a-year high school principal, suffered through one bad relationship after another. No wonder she adopted the "friends with benefits" mentality when it came to men. For Jemistry, there was to be no "catching feelings." Her biggest mistake would be to open her heart again. When Dr. Tevin Harris meets Jemistry at a poetry reading in a café, he knows from her confessional writing that her past with men has been difficult. The prominent vascular surgeon, who has been only casually dating for years, is attracted to the embittered Jemistry nonetheless. With a little persistence, Tevin convinces Jemistry to go out with him. She has baggage, but so does he. What about his divorce?Despite their respective pasts, Jemistry and Tevin's chemistry is right and the relationship takes off, but not without bumps in the road. When Jemistry encounters her new beau in a compromising position with her bisexual best friend, what follows is an intense, sensuous, and unforgettable drama with surprises around every turn.

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The Dark Other
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That isn't what I mean," said Nicholas Devine, turning his eyes on his companion. "I mean pure horror in the sense of horror detached from experience, apart from reality. Not just a formless fear, which implies either fear of something that might happen, or fear of unknown dangers. Do you see what I mean?

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The Other Side of Paradise
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It has always been my dream to live on a tropical island and after spending years in dull gray county buildings, I decided to take off and live my dream. So now, I sit on the sand leaning against a long lean palm and looking into the clearest bluest water I've ever seen. Two herons, one black, one white, skim over the water looking for fish and near the horizon, more dreams, a freighter going by.

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The Selfishness of Others
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They're among us, but they are not like us. They manipulate, lie, cheat, and steal. They are irresistibly charming and accomplished, appearing to live in a radiance beyond what we are capable of. But narcissists are empty. No one knows exactly what everyone else is full of-some kind of a soul, or personhood-but whatever it is, experts agree that narcissists do not have it. So goes the popular understanding of narcissism, or NPD (narcissistic personality disorder). And it's more prevalent than ever, according to recent articles in The New York Times, The Atlantic, and Time. In bestsellers like The Narcissism Epidemic, Narcissists Exposed, and The Narcissist Next Door, pop psychologists have armed the normal with tools to identify and combat the vampiric influence of this rising population, while on websites like narcissismsurvivor.com, thousands of people congregate to swap horror stories about relationships with "narcs."In The Selfishness of Others, the essayist Kristin Dombek provides a clear-sighted account of how a rare clinical diagnosis became a fluid cultural phenomenon, a repository for our deepest fears about love, friendship, and family. She cuts through hysteria in search of the razor-thin line between pathology and common selfishness, writing with robust skepticism toward the prophets of NPD and genuine empathy for those who see themselves as its victims. And finally, she shares her own story in a candid effort to find a path away from the cycle of fear and blame and toward a more forgiving and rewarding life.

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A Love Like No Other
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Lena is a successful Psychologist who just opened her own practice. She is engaged to her college sweetheart, but knows deep down inside that the relationship is toxic. In the blink of an eye her life is turned upside down as she discovers true love, heart ache, and most importantly a deeper relationship with God. She has choices to make and knows that her decisions will forever change her life. The question is, do she trust God enough to experience a love like no other.

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The Other Side of Normal
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This work is an outgrowth of two profound life experiences. One took place in graduate school, preparing for a career as a clinical psychologist. One professor, well into middle age, began pontificating on homosexuality. Without hesitation he made a pronouncement which was delivered as the final immutable truth on the subject: Men do NOT love one another. It was delivered with a finality of conviction, of ultimate judgment. I wondered how he knew; how he could be so sure; what had given him the right to speak so authoritatively on a matter he in all likelihood had never experienced nor ever would. It struck me as the ultimate arrogance. That was 1980. The second experience was the ever popular enquiry: What do homosexuals do with each other? This question is rarely one of innocent curiosity but rather one of disbelief, incredulity, distaste, disgust, even thinly disguised contempt. Both these early experiences impressed me as a powerful negation of our core essence as gay men in the world. It seemed incredible that who we are should be dismissed with a wave of the hand, as if the gay experience is of no consequence whatsoever, a mere pock mark on otherwise unblemished skin. Even nineteenth century Victorians were never so cavalier about [hetero] sexuality. Few, if any of us, growing up in heterosexual society, avoid the experience of being wholly dismissed in this way, as if our very existence is irrelevant, perhaps should never have been. This is profoundly corrosive of our core sense of human integrity. An ineradicable message is implanted: that of deviate, defective, unworthy, condemned. This unavoidably etches a deep experience of shame within us all. Over the years, with maturity, we slowly come to terms with who we are, always at a price. What do homosexuals do with each other? The fulcrum of the question is on the do-ing. It completely ignores the be-ing; what does a gay man feel about men? How are such feelings distinct from those felt by heterosexual men

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Made For Each Other
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When New Mexico's youngest senator, Nick Raffer, rescues Santa Fe reporter Julie Dever from a car wreck, circumstances collide to trap them in a temporary marriage of convenience. But can Julie claim her husband's love before the signatures on the marriage vows expire?

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The Other Mother
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From the author of the internationally bestselling The Lake of Dead Languages comes a gripping novel about madness, motherhood, love, and trust. When Daphne Marist and her infant daughter, Chloe, pull up the gravel drive to the home of Daphne's new employer, it feels like they've entered a whole new world. Tucked in the Catskills, the stone mansion looks like something out of a fairy tale, its lush landscaping hiding the view of the mental asylum just beyond its border. Daphne secured the live-in position using an assumed name and fake credentials, telling no one that she's on the run from a controlling husband who has threatened to take her daughter away. Daphne's new life is a far cry from the one she had in Westchester where, just months before, she and her husband welcomed little Chloe. From the start, Daphne tries to be a good mother, but she's plagued by dark moods and intrusive thoughts that convince her she's capable of harming her own daughter. When Daphne is diagnosed with Post Partum Mood Disorder, her downward spiral feels unstoppable-until she meets Laurel Hobbes. Laurel, who also has a daughter named Chloe, is everything Daphne isn't: charismatic, sophisticated, fearless. They immediately form an intense friendship, revealing secrets to one another they thought they'd never share. Soon, they start to look alike, dress alike, and talk alike, their lives mirroring one another in strange and disturbing ways. But Daphne realizes only too late that being friends with Laurel will come at a very shocking price-one that will ultimately lead her to that towering mansion in the Catskills where terrifying, long-hidden truths will finally be revealed.

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The Other Side Of Paradise
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She lived only for pleasure. until war forced her to find courage she did not know she had, and love where she least expected it. It is 1941, and while Britain is in the grip of war, life in the Far East is one of wealth and privilege. In Singapore Susan Roper, secure in the supremacy of the British Empire, enjoys dancing, clothes and fast cars, tennis and light flirtations with visiting naval officers- her life is devoted solely to pleasure. When she meets an Australian doctor who warns her of the danger that they all face she dismisses him as an ignorant colonial. Singapore goes on partying, oblivious to the threat of invasion. The British flag will, they believe, protect them from all enemies. But when Japan invades, Susan finds herself in grave danger. She become an ambulance driver and is taken prisoner by the Japanese. Gradually and reluctantly she realises that she has fallen in love with the tough, arrogant and totally unsuitable doctor, but she has to face many hardships and witness terrible events before she can acknowledge the truth.

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A Death by Any Other Name
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A Death by Any Other Name is a delightful Edwardian mystery set in the English countryside. Building on the success of her last two mysteries in the same series, Tessa Arlen returns us to the same universe full of secrets, intrigue, and, this time, roses. The elegant Lady Montfort and her redoubtable housekeeper Mrs. Jackson's services are called upon after a cook is framed and dismissed for poisoning a guest of the Hyde Rose Society. Promising to help her regain her job and her dignity, the pair trek out to the countryside to investigate a murder of concealed passions and secret desires. There, they are to discover a villain of audacious cunning among a group of mild-mannered, amateur rose-breeders. While they investigate, the rumor mill fills with talk about a conflict over in Prussia where someone quite important was shot. There is talk of war and they must race the clock to solve the mystery as the idyllic English summer days count down to the start of Wwi. Brimming with intrigue, Tessa Arlen's latest does not disappoint.

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Anna and the Otherwhere
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In the far north of Finland, in the time before history, a lonely, young princess longs for a special friend. Playing by herself in the fields behind the castle, Princess Anna suddenly discovers she is in a strange place. The castle is gone and a mysterious child is handing her a lovely flower. Is this the special friend? If not can she find the special friend here? How can she get back home? What lessons must she learn to recognize that special person? At the same time, on another planet, a child prince, whose father died before he can remember, longs to know more than the stories of his fathers heroism and bravery. He wants to meet his father, but can he? Are such dreams possible on the Somewhere Else Planet? In the Otherwhere? Anywhere? Can childrens dreams come true? Is making a wish come true complex or simple? What skills must a child acquire to realize a dream? Anna and the Otherwhere is a unique fantasy from the days before the recorded history of Finland when there were still those who knew how to use innate abilities that have now all but been forgotten. This timeless tale of longing, love and learning will delight all those from nine to ninety.

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Sherman's Other War
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Marszalek traces the roots of Sherman's hostility toward the press and details his attempts to muzzle reporters during the Civil War, culminating in Sherman's exclusion of all reporters from his famous March to the Sea. Despite the passage of over a century, the question of press rights in wartime situations is very much today what it was during the Civil War. Marszalek finds a recurring movement toward repression of the press, with Sherman's attitudes and practices only one of the most obvious examples. He also finds that press rights during wartime have often been governed by reactions to specific circumstances rather than treated as a constitutional issue.

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Truth and Other Fictions
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In the thirteen stories that comprise Truth and Other Fictions, by Eva Tihanyi, women take centre stage as they experience the slippery relationship between art and truth, not merely as an aesthetic concept but a reality in their lives. Art here is present in many forms and brought closely into the personal realm of the people involved with it: the paintings of Picasso, the photographs of Brassaï, the songs of Billie Holiday, the emotional impact of opera, the literature of Hemingway and Durrell, the intellect of Sontag. With each story we move closer to our own time, and into contemporary "twists" involving gourmet cooking and fine wine, the Internet, cosmetic surgery, and finally the Body Worlds exhibit where death itself is turned into a form of art.

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Guernica & Other Poems
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The writing of Carlos De Oliviera is usually considered neorealist, but this selection of poems also shows the influence of symbolism, surrealism, and cubism. These poems reflect on the nature of writing in the actual process of its production, which lends this work great density and acuity. {Guernica Editions}

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Lost Boy & other stories
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This anthology edited by Estelle Tang is a collection of stories submitted to the annual Margaret River Short Story Competition. Twenty-four stories make up this collection that includes works by internationally and nationally prize winning short story writers. The winning story, "Lost Boy" is the story of a mysterious boy who is seen at a restaurant, stealing leftover food. The story is at one level mysterious and at another real and haunting. Editor, Estelle says, 'there was such a sense of control to the story, the writer knew exactly what she wanted to do with the scenes, and achieved it superbly'. The people we are born to know and the places we are born to see fix us in their sights, and that's it. That's where our stories come from. The stories here are all charged with a human affinity that reaches through the page. We might note how geography shapes them, and so heed the callous colonialism of mid twentieth-century Sri Lanka, as seen in Michelle Wright's 'To Call Things by Their Right Name', or note the different kinds of mystery Australian visitors to Laos might find, as Beverley Lello evokes in 'Scenes from a Disappearance'. Other stories are circumscribed by the strictures and saving graces of family, which can create such specific, affecting universes. Take the child narrator of Rosemary Allen's 'What Has to Be Done', whose observations unwittingly create rents in the fabric of her familial life. And while the bizarre behaviour of a lost man in Susan McCreery's 'The Uninvited' alienates and frightens us, his understanding of parenthood humanises him once more. We're guided to still smaller spheres elsewhere in the collection: think of the atmosphere that produces its own pull between two people in conversation, as in Jeannie Haughton's 'Weight-Bearing Exercise', or a girl communing with such an elemental force as the weather, which we witness in Cassie Hamer's 'Glory Season'.

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Seeing What Others Don't
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Insight is everything. At its most profound, it can change the world. At its simplest, it can solve everyday problems. It can be used to build businesses, solve crimes, progress science and make many aspects of our lives quicker, easier, bigger or better. Yet remarkably we often unwittingly build barriers to seeing what is in front of us. Both as individuals and organisations we can hold on to flawed beliefs and conform to established processes that can interfere with our perceptions. Having clear insight can transform the way in which we understand things, the decisions we make and the actions we take. In this groundbreaking study, renowned cognitive psychologist Gary Klein uses an eclectic miscellany of real-life stories to bring to life the process of insight. He demonstrates the five key strategies for spotting connections and contractions to ensure you too can see what others don't.

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The Task and Other Poems
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The Task and Other Poems

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Finding Each Other
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Richard Alan succeeds again in writing not only a touching story of relationships, but also includes intrigue, exciting action, and danger. Think-Nicholas Sparks and Jodi Picoult meet J.A.Vance. Finding Each Other is a poignant continuation of the family saga that began with young Meyer Minkowski. Meyer and his wife Joan watch and counsel the next generation as they search to find themselves, their careers, and their life partners. Dr. Morris Kaplan's genetic research places his family in mortal danger. Jonah Kaplan and Holly, at twelve years of age, are faced with defending themselves from assassins. As they mature into adulthood and struggle to become a loving couple, their lives are repeatedly threatened. They labor to maintain their relationship while facing growing threats.A murder takes place, forever changing the trajectory of Jonah's life and that of close relatives who are also forced to venture into harm's way. With faith, family, and each other, they endure. Finding Each Other is book three in the Meant to Be Together Series.

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Love and Other Hazards
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Love and Other Hazards is a novel about urban singles stumbling toward fulfillment in an odyssey of sex, love, and parenting. Glenda Fieldston is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with her seven-year-old daughter, Astrid, when Eugene Lerman comes walking by with his eight-year-old daughter, Meredith, a schoolmate of Astrid's. The families spot each other, Glenda and Eugene engage in long-range cursory assessments, and then they go their separate ways. But not for long. Glenda and Eugene cross paths professionally soon after, and circumstances at work bring them into close association. So begins a friendship fraught with complications. Glenda's independence is self-imposed and fierce. Eugene's was foisted on him by a wife who left him. Although Glenda's and Eugene's personal demons are incompatible, their longings are, confoundedly, in harmony. Their cautious friendship is further inhibited by past and present relationships, and it remains to be seen if they can break out of their set ways to make a break for uncharted love.

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Other Than
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It only takes one drink from the Water of Immortality to kill Evie Woods-halfway. Trapped in undead flesh, the world's last skin-slider wakens on an island purgatory where a cursed spring bubbles with immortality, and zombie cannibals crave living flesh. Her only hope of escape rests in the hands of the one man who would see her fail. Lord Victor Lowell, the man of her dreams and darkest nightmares. Contrary and intractable, Victor preys on others to maintain his angelic charisma and preternatural prowess. Trapped in an ever escalating war they can't stop, Victor and Evie fight time for a cure, but as the long days pass, blackness tears at Evie, ripping her thoughts from her one memory at a time. Victor will do whatever it takes to prevent her from deteriorating into a rotting husk, even if it means dooming himself, but Evie won't surrender his soul without a fight.

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Do Unto Others
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Cate Harlow's ex-husband and the love of her life, NYC Detective Will Benigni, has been shot and is in a dangerous dance with life and death at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital. His captain tells Cate that this was no random act of violence. This was an outright murder attempt on Will's life. Whoever shot him wanted him dead. While Cate's deals with the emotionally charged impact of seeing Will in a drug-induced coma in Icu, she is also dealing with a very strange missing spouse case. Cate is hired to find a woman named Wendy Wigand who went missing over a year ago. Neither her body, nor any trace of the woman, was ever found. A strange part of this case is that every single picture of this woman has disappeared, as well. The husband demands closure. "No matter what you find, I have to know what happened, so I can get on with my life." With no picture and no social contacts for this missing person to help her case, Cate is frustrated in her attempts to find the woman. It is as if Wendy Wigand never existed. As Cate Harlow delves deeper and deeper into the mystery, she finds herself embroiled in a story of jealousy, violence, and revenge that might tie Will's shooting and the missing spouse case together in a dangerous web of deceit.

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Do Not Unto Others
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Do Not Unto Others is the convoluted story of the devil, his dark dog, the doctor marked by a family secret, and the unsuspecting teacher who walks into the middle of a nightmare of vengeance for a terrible mistake made years ago. In the beginning, the grisly deaths in the small southern town of Sinclair appear to be random, but finally the deadly puzzle pieces fall into place. Some townspeople will live, and others will die; but all are terrified by the beast that walks through the darkness.

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Truth and Other Lies
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Have you ever wanted to get noticed? Have you ever felt like no matter how hard you worked or how hard you tried, nobody in the entire world cared what you did? Well, what if someone famous-and we're talking Oprah-famous, here-noticed you for the one thing you wish you could hide? For your one big secret…That's exactly what happens to 18-year-old Kenneth McIntyre when television guru Prahna Mehta hails his self-published novel as the next bestseller. Little do his new fans know Truth and Other Lies wasn't written by Kenny at all… and it isn't fiction. Kenny's been keeping secrets for years. Sometimes he feels like he's lying to everybody he loves. When Kenny gets swept into stardom, how will he hide the secrets he's kept for years? And, if his lies are exposed, will anyone stay by his side?14+ for sexuality, language, adult situations, alternative MMF relationship

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The Other Side of Suicide
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I write this book in a social milieu where telecommunications can make a very private act globally public in a moment. A question I dont consider is whether and to what extent the publicity attendant on a potential suicide inclines one toward or against the follow through. I suspect that it figures in, but what it amounts to in the end differs widely in each case. What I do have in mind is a rather full discussion and consideration of a host of questions I dont hear being asked in the discussion of suicide today. In fact, I find the comments from most media talking heads to be either sincerely trite or politely banal. But then, one shouldnt expect an in depth exploration of any side of the suicide question from the popular media. Where one should expect a more thorough investigation, however, is from the spokespeople representing our cultures philosophical and theological traditions. What I hear most often has been said before, often in a context where the authoritative spokesmen for the Church issue blanket condemnations backed up by the written codes of civil law, canon law, moral law or natural law. Authorization for this outright condemnation of suicide, ipso facto, has always been backed up by law of some kind and its interpretation to the people in the pew or the public at large.

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The Other Side
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Mikey is an ordinary boy who just happens to talk to the Faeries at the bottom of his garden. So when an Angel visits him in his dream and tells him he must return to the Earth Angel Training Academy in order to save the world, despite his fears, he understands and accepts the task. Starlight is the Angel of Destiny. By carefully orchestrating events at the Academy and on Earth, she can make sure that everything works out the way that it should, even though it may not make sense to those around her. Leon is a Faerie Seer. He arrives at the Academy as a trainee, but through his visions he realises that his role in the Awakening is far more important than he ever imagined. The Other Side takes the first Earth Angel Training Academy story and helps you to see it from a completely different perspective

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In Other Troops
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This book contains the short biographies of three violent individuals, as told in separate interviews. The first part illustrates social exclusion in the context of youth gangs, the second alcohol-related violence, and the third describes violence associated with drug trade. The biographies reveal insights into the relationship between pharmacological effects of drugs and violence, subcultural aspects, concepts of structural and cultural violence, and precursors of giving up violent lifestyles. All three narratives emphasize the importance of building and maintaining communication for the prevention of violence. As the interviewees all underwent profound transitions out of their criminal lifestyles, this book may also serve as an example for individuals seeking a nonviolent life.

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Big Cats and Other Animals
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The perfect gift for all animal-lovers, this glossy paged gallery of over hundreds of photographs showcases the fascinating world of the animal kingdom. Its about the Big Cats and other animals, their Beauty, Dignity and Survival

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The Other Schindlers
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Thanks to Thomas Keneally's book Schindler's Ark, and the film based on it, Schindler's List, we have become more aware of the fact that, in the midst of Hitler's extermination of the Jews, courage and humanity could still overcome evil.

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A Family by Any Other Name
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Selected as a Finalist for the 27th Annual Lambda Literary Awards for Best Lgbt Anthology and Winner of the Silver Medal for Gay / Lesbian / Bi / Trans Non-Fiction at the 2015 Independent Publisher (Ippy) Book AwardsAt no other time in history have lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (Lgbt) relationships and families been more visible or numerous. A Family by Any Other Name recognizes and celebrates this advance by exploring what "family" means to people today. The anthology includes a wide range of perspectives on queer relationships and families-there are stories on coming out, same-sex marriage, adopting, having biological kids, polyamorous relationships, families without kids, divorce, and dealing with the death of a spouse, as well as essays by straight writers about having a gay parent or child. These personal essays are by turns funny, provocative, and intelligent, but all are moving and honest. Including writers from across North America, this collection offers honest and moving real-life stories about relationships and creating families in the twenty-first century.

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Other-Worldly
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Traditional Chinese medicine is often portrayed as an enduring system of therapeutic knowledge that has become globalized in recent decades. In Other-Worldly, Mei Zhan argues that the discourses and practices called "traditional Chinese medicine" are made through, rather than prior to, translocal encounters and entanglements. Zhan spent a decade following practitioners, teachers, and advocates of Chinese medicine through clinics, hospitals, schools, and grassroots organizations in Shanghai and the San Francisco Bay Area. Drawing on that ethnographic research, she demonstrates that the everyday practice of Chinese medicine is about much more than writing herbal prescriptions and inserting acupuncture needles. "Traditional Chinese medicine" is also made and remade through efforts to create a preventive medicine for the "proletariat world," reinvent it for cosmopolitan middle-class aspirations, produce clinical "miracles," translate knowledge and authority, and negotiate marketing strategies and medical ethics. Whether discussing the presentation of Chinese medicine at a health fair sponsored by a Silicon Valley corporation, or how the inclusion of a traditional Chinese medicine clinic authenticates the "California" appeal of an upscale residential neighborhood in Shanghai, Zhan emphasizes that unexpected encounters and interactions are not anomalies in the structure of Chinese medicine. Instead, they are constitutive of its irreducibly complex and open-ended worlds. Zhan proposes an ethnography of "worlding" as an analytic for engaging and illuminating emergent cultural processes such as those she describes. Rather than taking "cultural difference" as the starting point for anthropological inquiries, this analytic reveals how various terms of difference-for example, "traditional," "Chinese," and "medicine"-are invented, negotiated, and deployed translocally. Other-Worldly is a theoretically innovative and ethnographically rich account of the worlding of Chinese medicin

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Chioniso and Other Stories
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In this new collection, Chioniso and other stories, we are once again reminded how Shimmer Chinodya mines his experience for nuggets. Playing with his doppelganger, Godfrey, he looks back on life in Harare, and in Zimbabwe, over the last decade, exploring it from a familial perspective. How does a father cope with a rebellious daughter or a wife he perceives as wayward? How does one mediate traditional gender roles? What to do when status in the form of a car undermines the stability of a marriage? How does one manage a friendship with a new farmer? What moral compromises are demanded by new wealth and political cronyism? And what is the effect of religion on our lives? Have we become more caring and compassionate, or does piety provide a mask, to disguise greed and ambition, and justify a contempt for the poor? This collection of stories will make you laugh, but it will also challenge you to reconsider what it means to be Zimbabwean in the 21st century.

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In Some Other World, Maybe
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In December 1992, three groups of teenagers head to the theater to see the movie version of the famed Eons & Empires comic books. For Adam it's a last ditch effort to connect with something (actually, someone, the girl he's had a crush on for years) in his sleepy Florida town before he leaves for good. Passionate fan Sharon skips school in Cincinnati so she can fully appreciate the flick without interruption from her vapid almost-friends-a seemingly silly indiscretion with shocking consequences. And in suburban Chicago, Phoebe and Ollie simply want to have a nice first date and maybe fool around in the dark, if everyone they know could just stop getting in the way. Over the next two decades, these unforgettable characters criss-cross the globe, becoming entwined by friendship, sex, ambition, fame and tragedy. A razor-sharp, darkly comic page-turner, In Some Other World, Maybe sheds light on what it means to grow up in modern America.

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