Kissing The Mirror

Author: Ami Alon
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557262615
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Kissing The Mirror

Author: Mama Marlaine
Editor: BalboaPress
ISBN: 9781452551067
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Wisdom of a Western Mom Prepare for everything you ever thought about parenting to be flipped on its head. Mama Marlaine advocates: Retiring “Children Learn What They Live.” Retiring Academic Principles of Right/Wrong, Perfect/Imperfect Retiring the term “Therapy” for education in interpersonal communication. Retiring Normal Retiring the view of “Parents Raising Humanity.”

The 2 000 Best Games And Activities

Author: Susan Kettmann
Editor: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402204142
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Help your children reach their full potential-through play.

The Mirror Of Literature Amusement And Instruction

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Containing original essays; historical narratives, biographical memoirs, sketches of society, topographical descriptions, novels and tales, anecdotes, select extracts from new and expensive works, the spirit of the public journals, discoveries in the arts and sciences, useful domestic hints, etc. etc. etc.

Love On A Rotten Day

Author: Hazel Dixon-Cooper
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781439188712
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The Guide to Losing -- or Finding -- Your True Soul Mate Did you know: Capricorns are cowards when it comes to public displays of affection? Aries get amorous in unusual places? Leos love to be serviced? Cosmo's Bedside Astrologer, Hazel Dixon-Cooper, reveals all this and more in this sexy, uninhibited guide to love and romance, the follow-up to her hip and hilarious Born on a Rotten Day. In Love on a Rotten Day, Dixon-Cooper walks the wild side of the zodiac, delivering the goods on which sign cheats and who's a manipulator, a bully, a brat, a nutcase, or a nympho. Lovers, would-be lovers, and ex-lovers will rejoice in advice on how to: Safely dump a Scorpio Convince a Virgo to have spontaneous sex Snag a romance-phobic Aquarius An honest and uproarious guide to losing and finding your true soul mate, Love on a Rotten Day is this century's answer to the timeless query "What's your sign?"

Masculinity

Author: Peter Lehman
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135273472
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Lehman brings together new work on masculinity in film by established film scholars, new academics, performance artists, and cultural critics. The essays analyze trends from the role of gay men in saving heterosexuality to the emergence of new queer cinema.

Snow White And The 7 Dwarfs Of The Black Forest

Author: June W. Rogers
Editor: Dramatic Publishing
ISBN: 9780871294401
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The Ice Boat

Author: Lazlo Ferran
Editor: Lazlo Ferran
ISBN: 1497429897
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*** Get 3 BOOKS FREE > lazloferran.com/3fb *** Get both Volume I and Volume II of The Ice Boat in one book at an incredible saving! The Abba-like cleanness of Stockholm was getting to him. He wanted to piss against a wall. With plenty of drugs, sex and rock and roll; The Ice Boat is a modern rock and roll odyssey. Dave has almost got it all; with a rock star lifestyle, romance and a nice flat in London, he almost has the happiness he has worked for all his life. But his reluctance to compromise in love takes him away from London to disaster in Rio de Janeiro. Losing his identity, and his heart, to a scheming Brazilian siren, he manages to evade the corrupt music biz sharks and ends up living with three prostitutes in Amsterdam. This book navigates the seedy underbelly of the music world like a nuclear submarine; magic mushrooms, cocaine, romantic pornography, pop culture freaks, toilet sex, public sex and laughing in the face of death all put in a glimmering appearance in this edgy, international road thriller. Full of suspense and unresolved emotions, The Ice Boat is a real 20th Century odyssey that will have you laughing and crying. Somewhere between Ken Kesey or Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and Nick Kent’s Apathy for the Devil, it’s like a kind of two fingers up to those who mock real creativity and innocence in the performing arts. Includes Chapter One of both the occult thriller Ordo Lupus and the Temple Gate AND Too Bright the Sun. Categories: fiction, thriller, pop culture, rock lifestyle, fun, comedy, racy, mountain, small town, suburban, urban. Sample A few days later Barbie told him the details about his meeting with the man for the passport. He was to go to a café, order a whisky and wait for a woman who would ask him for a light. He was to say, “I love you,” and she would reply, “I love you too.” He had to be there between eleven and twelve. He was to go alone. The ‘going alone’ bit worried him, especially as the bar was in an unfamiliar part of town but Barbie reassured him so he went. He and the woman exchanged pass phrases and she told him to go to another bar a few blocks away, ask for an orange juice, and wait for a man. The man would say, “Aphrodisiac,” and he should say, “Only for monkeys.” He was amused by all this secrecy but understood its need and soon found himself talking to a neatly dressed business man with a suitcase, scarf and a silky-smooth voice. “Hello. So what can I do for you?” He explained, and the man asked for the photograph which Barbie had told him to bring and half the money, 1300 Guilders, which he had also brought. Dave watched possessively when the money disappeared into the man’s pocket. “Okay. This is no joke. Do you understand?” “Yes.” “Okay. The passport will be ready in two weeks’ time. You will have der rest of the money then?” “No. Three weeks will be okay though.” “Okay. Barbie will tell you where to go.” “Thanks.” “No problem. Order another drink, a pint, and drink it all slowly, before you leave.” He got up and left. Dave ordered the drink, drank it and went home nervous and apprehensive. “How did it go,” asked Barbie, curiously. “Oh okay. Thanks Barbie.” “That’s okay.” She made no further effort to talk to him, but smiled sweetly. The next two weeks were painful. The girls only spoke to him when necessary and it was quite clear that they had closed ranks against him. He was deeply angry at the injustice of it but also felt something like hatred for Barbie. He suspected she was to blame although he didn’t show it. He was starting to think about moving on. He hadn’t intended to, at least for the last couple of months. “I never intended to stay anyway,” he told himself. Dave made several attempts to establish himself independently of the girls and even to prove his worth to them and to himself. He went to see another film, ‘Showgirls’, with the intention of chatting up the blonde girl who he guessed worked at the ticket office. Dave smiled at her, and said, “Hi,” when he bought the ticket. He waited outside afterwards, sipping a plastic cup of coffee, waiting for her to have a break. He had no idea if she’d remember him or not from the previous visits, but it seemed that she did. He knew that the film wasn’t a romantic one, and it would hardly look good. But since he hadn’t known if she’d be there he flattered himself that he thought it was more important to enjoy himself than to chat her up. He was lucky, and after his second coffee she came out for a fag. She smiled, and he smiled back. She said something in Dutch, which he didn’t understand. “I’m English,” he replied. “Ah. I asked if you were vating for someone.” “No,” he said. He wondered if he should add, ‘Only you’, but felt it was too obvious. “Just enjoying being out in the sun,” he added. “Yes. Summer is here.” Her long, blonde hair was blowing in the gentle breeze and as he looked at her face, thinking how pretty she was, she looked directly at him. He could see from her eyes that she was already on the defensive. He felt that his lifeline to a life of any substance had become a single thread and that to anyone looking he must have looked like a puppet on a very thin string. Perhaps his desperation showed through. Like a climber lunging desperately for something to grab hold of, he asked, “Are you from Amsterdam?” “No,” she laughed. “I am from Nurway.” “Ah. It’s beautiful there.” “Yes it is. Very.” Now he’d got her going, she was very happy to talk about her home, and he was happy to at least have a conversation. “Well. I must go back in now,” she said, stamping her butt into the ground. “Bye bye!” “Yes. Bye,” he said, looking into the distance. Yes. Scandinavia sounded attractive to him. He was reminded of a conversation in the bar a couple of months before with a German man who had just arrived after one year in Sweden and had liked it there. “Clean,” he’d said. “And the women.” He whistled. As the sound of the country effervesced inside him, Dave started seeing himself walking in clean, green fields with a beautiful Swedish girl beside him. *** Now Dave was in a crowded bar, not far from his original meeting place with the man about the passport. The silky-voiced man beckoned him to the toilet. In a cubicle, behind a closed door, the man took the rest of his money and handed Dave a manila envelope stiff from its contents. “Look at it then?” the man prompted Dave, who was just staring at the envelope. Dave looked closely at the fake documents, before handing over the rest of the money. They looked very authentic and it felt good to have some sort of I.D. again. He replaced the document in the envelope. “Don’t open it again until you are well away from here,” the man whispered. “Have one more drink and then leave.” On the way back, Dave had the strange urge to walk around the red-light district for a while. He felt more in-control of his life with the passport pressing against his thigh and wanted to enjoy the moment. He looked at the front of a sex shop and the girls in their glass cages. He was looking for something, but quickly realized he wouldn’t find it here. He wandered away from the tinsel-brightness of the clubs and brothels, back towards Mojo’s.

The Family Mirror

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Kissing The Underbelly

Author: JOSEPH ANDERSON
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465367659
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Jonathan Harrington Crossleys parents had great expectations of him. He belonged to a family of intellectuals and he was expected to follow in their footsteps. But Jonathan wanted something different something more real, something more connected with life. He wanted to taste the excitement of the business world. He even saw himself as a future Donald Trump. The fact that he was black never struck him as relevant. Kissing The Underbelly, co-authored by Joseph Anderson and Judy Millspaugh Anderson, M.D., is a novel about love, poverty, the stock market, survival and race relations set in Philadelphia, PA