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Love, International Style

by Alexia Adams

Is anything more romantic than Paris in spring? Certainly! Love takes flight in these three satisfying tales of women willing to go to the ends of the earth to make their dreams come true, and the heroes who are waiting for them there:Singapore Fling: Lalita Evans's father hired Jeremy Lakewood in the family's international conglomerate, and now he's tagging along as she oversees their interests across eight countries in three weeks. Will Jeremy risk his livelihood and all the success he's achieved to win the woman who haunts his dreams?An Inconvenient Love: Sophia Stevens is tired of struggling to pay the rent and help her brother through college, so when property developer Luca Castellioni proposes a marriage of convenience, she's intrigued. But do they really want to continue to put business first, or will they allow love to overcome the differences between them?An Inconvenient Desire: Investment banker Jonathan Davis retreats to his Italian villa to lick his wounds, so his flirtation with runway model Olivia Chapman is just that. But when his ex dumps their toddler daughter on his doorstep, Olivia's assistance is a godsend that shakes up his world in more ways than one.Sensuality Level: Sensual

You Can Manage Your Time Better

by Lucy Macdonald

Everyday we struggle with time - haunted by undone to-do lists, ever-fuller inboxes and missed deadlines. Often, we are so busy over-thinking the past and worrying about the future, we forfeit our enjoyment of the present. You Can Manage Your Time Better shows you how to maximize your time, eliminate stress and reclaim your life. Stress and anger management specialist Lucy MacDonald shares her expert tips for coping with time-pressured situations - from handling meetings at work to helping children study with exams. With more than 25 simple step-by-step exercises that cover key life skills, you will be able to defeat procrastination, identify your values, de-clutter your admin, delegate tasks, have the confidence to say 'no' and find the optimum life-work balance. This practical and inspiring guide will enable you to find time for the things that really matter to you and make the most of every day. Effective time-management can positively affect your overall quality of life; poorly managed time can lead to feelings of frustration and stress; new addition to the You Can series offering tried and tested, practical tips to help you develop organizational skills. Special sections geared toward parents, students and the workplace.Written by qualified and award-winning counselor who specializes in stress and anger management.

You Can Learn to Remember

by Dominic O'Brien

In this easy-to-follow book you will learn simple, easy techniques and shortcuts to help enhance the power of your memory. From memorizing a speech or a simple shopping list to remembering peoples names and faces You Can Train Your Brain to Remember is an invaluable guide to help you train your brain for peak performance. The book includes: A simple overview to help you understand how your memory works. Techniques you can use to improve your memory, including visualisation, imagination and association. Specific methods such as Visual Pegs, the Story Method, the Journey Method, the Number Shape, Mind Maps and Dominic's very own method as well as many others. Specific techniques for specific purposes which include, making a speech, keeping a date, remembering a name and reading and retaining. You Can Train Your Brain to Remember puts improved storage, retention and recollection within reach of us all.

How to Find Your Spirit Animal

by David Carson

Early humans recognized a profound and spiritual kinship with other species. Hunters gave thanks and even apologies to their prey. And when shamans made their inner journeys between human and spirit realms to bring back healing wisdom they applied on behalf of the tribe, animals often served as their guides and their companions. In more recent times the idea of the animal daemon has been popularized by Philip Pullman in his internationally bestselling trilogy of novels, His Dark Materials. This illuminating book explains how to connect with and channel the unique powers of 50 different spirit animals - a menagerie of creatures, from the wise owl and crafty fox to the tranquil turtle and bold lion. Each entry provides a detailed description of the animal's personality, mythology and innate powers. Helpful text provides readers with clues and meditations for discovering their own spirit animal, as well as information on how other animals can be called on to help with specific aims - from overcoming fear to finding your true destiny. This book is the perfect primer for those seeking access to the wisdom of the animal kingdom

Prayer for the Day

by Bbc Radio 4

Prayer for the Day brings together 365 selected readings from the much loved, long-running series on BBC Radio 4. The programme, which has been broadcast daily at 5:43am for several decades, and continues to attract over half a million dedicated listeners, comprises a short 2-minute reflection to start your day. These artfully combine traditional forms of prayer and reflection, from a variety of religions and denominations, with contemporary issues and themes that are often relevant to the date on which the programme is broadcast. In keeping with the theme of 'Prayer for the Day', there are 365 reflections in the book, from a vast range of the eminent religious figures and broadcasters who have contributed to the programme over the years. There is a foreword by a prominent figure in the faith community, a short profile of each contributor and an index of contributors. To emphasise the point that the reflections can be used daily, they are ordered by date (i.e. 1st January, 2nd January etc), and each entry is selected on the basis of it being as date-specific as possible. The date of broadcast is underneath each entry, and dates are also marked at the top corners of each page so they can be found easily. The spacious design includes page openers for each month with simple line illustrations. Prayer for the Day is a beautiful and inspirational addition to any bedside table, with religious meditations that both participate in the ecumenical spirit of the 21st century and equip you perfectly for each day's journey.

The Perfect Poison (Arcane Society #6)

by Amanda Quick

She can detect any poison. He can decipher any clue. To find a killer, they make a perfect pair...

Perfect Balance: Create Time and Space for All Parts of Your Life

by Paul F. Wilson

In Perfect Balance, Paul Wilson reveals the strategies and techniques for finding balance among all the parts of your busy life.You can do this without working harder or longer. <P><P>By taking Wilson's approach--The Calm WayTM--you'll bring all your resources into play at once to achieve perfect balance in your life. The Calm WayTM works on the principle that the best way to accomplish your goals is by adopting a more relaxed and balanced attitude.Included in this edition is Wilson's patented Life Priorities Calculator, a group of enjoyable exercises to help determine what is essential as you make your way through life. Perform them once a year, or as often as you feel necessary, and you'll discover a new clarity about yourself and your life, and the most profitable method to structure your ambitions and goals.

Perfect Fling (Serendipity's Finest #2)

by Carly Phillips

In the picturesque town of Serendipity, New York, three siblings have grown up in the shadow of their proud and respected police chief father. But what do love, fate, and fortune have in store for the next generation of Serendipity's finest? <P><P> Assistant D.A. Erin Marsden is Serendipity's quintessential good girl. The daughter of the ex-police chief, she's never made a misstep, content with her quiet, predictable life...or so she thinks. Until Cole Sanders shows up with heated interest in his eyes and shadows in his past. After seven years of deep undercover work in New York, Cole returns to town to help his aging father and find his moral compass again. Not to get involved with wholesome Erin Marsden. Even as a rebellious teen, he knew a girl like Erin was off limits. But neither can resist their off-the-charts chemistry, and a one-night stand brings complications neither expected. Then a case puts Erin in a killer's crosshairs, and Erin succumbs to Cole's take-charge attitude. As a bodyguard, he's the best. As a lover, he's even better. But there's more than Erin's safety at stake. And Cole must forgive the sins of his past and prove to himself--and to Erin--that he's capable of the love and the forever she so desperately needs.

The Penwyth Curse (Medieval Song Quartet #6)

by Catherine Coulter

Sir Bishop of Lythe has come to Penwyth for his royal reward?the keep and young Merryn?s hand. But he wonders if a curse will prove his undoing.

Not For Tourists Guide to London 2014

by Not For Tourists

Whether you've called London your home for decades or just arrived last night, there's information in the Not For Tourists Guide to London that you need to know. From intimate neighborhood details to how to score tickets to the big football match, this guide will help you master this amazing city like an expert. Packed with over one hundred maps and thousands of restaurants, shops, theaters, and under-the-radar spots, you won't find a better guide to London. The book also features:<P><P> * An invaluable street index<P> * A foldout map of the London Underground and bus system<P> * Profiles of over one hundred neighborhoods<P> * Listings for museums and landmarks<P> * A guide to the best shopping<P> You don't need to be Sherlock Holmes to solve the mysteries of London; NFT has all the answers!

If You Were A Noun

by Michael Dahl

If you were a noun, you would be a person, place or thing. You could answer the questions who, when and where. You could be singular or plural.

Surviving Grief ... and Learning to Live Again

by Catherine M. Sanders

An insightful, compassionate account of the grieving process that helps us through the pain and isolation experienced with the loss of a loved one. . We're never really prepared for the loss of someone we love. Thrown into a state of emotional chaos we experience rage, guilt, anxiety, and intense sadness all at once. It's the oldest story in the world, we tell ourselves -- millions of people have had to cope with this before -- and yet, we always believe that what we are experiencing is unique to us. We feel isolated in our anguish and often ashamed of what we are feeling. A profoundly compassionate and insightful book, Surviving Grief. & Learning to Live Again offers you the support and understanding you need to get you through this difficult time. Written by Dr. Catherine Sanders, a therapist and researcher specializing in bereavement issues and one who has lived through the loss of close family members, it helps you to see that what you are feeling is part of a natural process of readjustment and renewal. According to Dr. Sanders, grieving, like any other natural regenerative process, must be allowed to run its proper course if we are ever to regain our equilibrium and continue on with our lives. To help us better understand the process, she describes the five universal phases of grief: Shock, Awareness of Loss, Conservation and The Need to Withdraw, Healing, and Renewal, and guides us through each. Drawing directly from her own experiences and those of her clients and her research studies, she delves deeply and compassionately into the different experiences of grief, and talks about what it means to lose a mate, a parent, or a child. And she discusses the factors that can have an influence on the grieving process, such as age, gender, and the circumstances surrounding the loved one's death.

The Law of Light

by Lars Muhl

Lars Muhl has had a lifelong burning interest in Jesus, not only as an archetype, savior, boddhisatava and elder brother, but also in relation to the Essenes from the Dead Sea. The Law of Light is the result of his many years spent studying Aramaic and the techniques of Yeshua (Jesus). Yeshua spoke Aramaic. Through the Aramaic language, his teachings offer not just another interpretation of the New Testament, but the unveiling of a secret message that attempts, once and for all, to settle centuries-old conceptions of sin, and to once again connect man with the heavenly spiritual source. The core of Yeshua's Aramaic message is intimacy, freedom, selfless awareness, unconditional love, compassion and forgiveness. In all he says, there exists a hidden invitation to us to be present in, and dedicated to, everything with which we engage. Five minutes of total devotion is worth more than hours of hectic exertion. The aim is to set mankind free and to dismiss everything that is bound up in false notions.

Switch On

by Nick Seneca Jankel

Switch On presents a compelling science-driven, wisdom-inspired answer to the most pressing question of the age: How do we as individuals, and our world as a whole, thrive? It is based on 20 years of research and experience at the forefront of personal, social and corporate change. The result is Breakthrough Biodynamics, a groundbreaking fusion of the latest neuroscience, evolution , ancient traditions, practical philosophy and powerful tools for making transformation happen. Breakthrough Biodynamics will help you to: Never be stuck or stressed again by using the 10-step Breakthrough Curve Bring more freedom, consciousness, mindfulness into everyday life Identify, and let go, of the habits and beliefs that are holding you back Find peace by healing past pain and suffering Discover your purpose and, with it, what to do with your life Hone your intuition and use it to make great choices Learn from the greatest leaders how to ensure your ideas become real Turn inspiration into action and make a difference to your world

The Phoenix Generation

by Kingsley L. Dennis

According to futurist and sociologist, Kingsley L. Dennis, humanity is entering a momentous phase in its history. Being born today is a generation of children that will radically reinvent human society, moving our culture from competition, control, and censorship toward connection, communication, and compassion. The Phoenix Generation's impact will begin to be felt in 2030, but there much to do to prepare for their arrival.The book is divided into three parts. Part one briefly describes the thorny issues (e.g. global warming, nationalism, and food and water shortages) that the solution-oriented ways of the Phoenix will resolve. Dennis posits that the generations of adults living today are the bridge to the Phoenix and he shows how such developments as the worldwide web and the explosion of mobile technologies are paving the way for them. Part two describes the changes in our own consciousness being brought about by technology and what we need to do to speed their arrival. Part three gives details how the Phoenix generation will be different from us. The Phoenix Generation will work toward forming a planetary society a transition more radical than the shift from agrarian to urban life during the Industrial Revolution. These children are being born with increased instinctive intelligence and with a greater degree of inherited wisdom. With them, the quantum revolution begun 100 years ago will become mainstream. This will bring about a shift away from external dependencies (e.g. our dependency on higher education for career advancement). This normalizing of new perspectives, cosmic awareness, and of multi-dimensional realities will usher in a great wave of change. The Phoenix Generation is a deeply positive examination of our collective future.

Blamestorming

by Rob Kendall

Winner of the 2015 COVR Award for Best Self-Help Book!Blamestorming outlines the reasons why our daily conversations go wrong, explains how to respond when they do and provides tips on how to stop them going wrong in the first place. Based on his experience as a highly respected communications coach for international companies and business professionals, Rob Kendall provides a practical guide to achieving more rewarding and effective interactions with everyone in your life - from your boss to your partner. Rob's techniques have been proven to be effective for thousands of people from all walks of life and are presented in an illustrated step-by-step format that makes them easy to put into practice from Day One. Underpinning the book's approach to consistently having better interactions is an explanation of the warning signals that indicate when a conversation is going off track.From the Trade Paperback edition.

How to Develop a Brilliant Memory Week by Week

by Dominic O'Brien

Written by eight times World Memory Champion, Dominic O'Brien this book is a complete course in memory enhancement. Dominic takes you step-by-step through an ingenious program of skills, introducing all his tried and tested techniques on which he has built his triumphant championship performances. Pacing the course in line with his expert understanding of how the brain responds to basic memory training, Dominic offers strategies and tips that will expand your mental capacities at a realistic but impressive rate.

The Pendragon Murders: A Merlin Investigation

by J.M.C. Blair

Merlin investigates a royal mystery at Stonehenge. A baron and his sons are found dead at Stonehenge. King Arthur's potential heirs start to mysteriously die. <P><P>And only Merlin can prove that the murders are not the work of the plague, but something much more sinister.

Pearls and Poison (A Consignment Shop Mystery #3)

by Duffy Brown

With her strong opinions and knack for getting into trouble, Reagan is not an ideal volunteer for her mother's alderman campaign. Plus, she'd rather be running her consignment shop, the Prissy Fox, and eating doughnuts with her dog, Bruce Willis. <p><p>But when her mother's opponent, Kip, is found poisoned and her mother is pegged as a suspect, Reagan nominates herself as lead murder investigator. <p> Reagan is intent on finding Kip's killer and clearing her mother's good name, but she soon finds herself on the bad side of Kip's enemies-turned-suspects. This time, no amount of costumes and makeup can keep her inconspicuous and out of danger. Because the closer Reagan gets to the truth, the hotter things get...

Peaches for Monsieur le Curé: A Novel

by Joanne Harris

The tantalizing sequel to the blockbuster New York Times bestseller ChocolatEven before it was adapted into the Oscar-nominated film starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp, Joanne Harris's Chocolat entranced readers with its mix of hedonism, whimsy, and, of course, chocolate. <p><p>Now, at last, Chocolat's heroine returns to the beautiful French village of Lansquenet in another, equally beguiling tale.When Vianne Rocher receives a letter from beyond the grave, she has no choice but to return to Lansquenet, where she once owned a chocolate shop and learned the meaning of home. But returning to one's past can be a dangerous pursuit, and Vianne and her daughters find the beautiful French village changed in unexpected ways: women veiled in black, the scent of spices in the air, and--facing the church--a minaret. Most surprising of all, her old nemesis, Francis Reynaud, desperately needs her help. Can Vianne work her magic once again?

Pendragon (Sherbrooke #7)

by Catherine Coulter

Meggie Sherbrooke, newly married to Thomas Malcombe, the earl of Lancaster, finds her new home in Pendragon, a castle on the southeastern coast of Ireland.<P><P> The ancient dwelling, full of eccentric people, charms Meggie--in a fashion that could lead to disaster.

Pen Pals

by Olivia Goldsmith

Meet Jennifer - a smart, sexy woman who has made good in a man's world. A major player on The Street, Jennifer agrees to take the fall when her boss is caught playing fast and loose with the SEC. After all, her fiance is a lawyer with the connections to get her off. Instead, Jennifer ends up in Jennings Correctional Facility for Women, a world a whole lot tougher than Wall Street. Inside she meets a lively group of smart, tough women: crew leader Movita, crazy Cher, blindly optimistic Theresa, and the adorable Suki. While Jennifer waits in vain for the rescue that her fiance has promised, Movita makes her an offer she can't refuse.

The Cambridge History of Philosophy: 1870-1945

by Thomas Baldwin

Comprising over sixty specially commissioned essays by experts on the philosophy of this period, this anthology is designed to be accessible to non-specialists. The first part traces the history of philosophy from its remarkable flowering in the 1870s through to the early years of the twentieth century. After a brief discussion of the First World War's impact, the second part describes further developments during the first half of the twentieth century.

Assistive Technology: Matching Device and Consumer for Successful Rehabilitation

by Marcia J. Scherer

An exploration of the ways in which psychologists and other helping professionals can collaborate with users of assistive technology to help them get the most out of these devices.

Parenting Without Borders: Surprising Lessons Parents Around the World Can Teach Us

by Christine Gross-Loh

An eye-opening guide to the world's best parenting strategiesResearch reveals that American kids lag behind in academic achievement, happiness, and wellness.<P><P> Christine Gross-Loh exposes culturally determined norms we have about "good parenting," and asks, Are there parenting strategies other countries are getting right that we are not? This book takes us across the globe and examines how parents successfully foster resilience, creativity, independence, and academic excellence in their children. Illuminating the surprising ways in which culture shapes our parenting practices, Gross-Loh offers objective, research-based insight such as:Co-sleeping may promote independence in kids."Hoverparenting" can damage a child's resilience.Finnish children, who rank among the highest academic achievers, enjoy multiple recesses a day.Our obsession with self-esteem may limit a child's potential.est for children and why. Among her eye-opening findings: Co-sleeping, typical in most of the world's families, may promote independence in kids. American-style "hoverparenting" is unique in the world and can damage a child's resilience. Finnish children, who rank among the world's highest academic achievers, enjoy multiple recesses a day. Our obsession with self-esteem--a concept that doesn't exist in many countries--may limit a child's potential At last bringing empirical research to the debate, Parenting Without Borders offers new and provocative thinking on the secrets to raising a confident and capable generation.

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