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  • Publisher : Heart Eyes Press LLC
  • Release Date : 2021-09-13
  • Genre: Fiction
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A moving second-chance romance where hope can turn history into a footnote. Sasha Covey needs a rewrite. Or a really big eraser. Her past doesn’t belong in the life she’s trying to rebuild. Her future—and her recovery—depend on a fresh start. Moving to Colebury seems like the perfect test until Penley Brooks waltzes into the Busy Bean. The handsome veterinarian is just as charming as when she fell for him a decade ago. Memories come flooding back, and their connection is as potent as ever. Trouble is, Sasha has good reason to keep her distance. Her recovery is still new, and the single dad has wounds of his own. After years of being an afterthought, Penley’s goals are finally within reach. As much as she aches to reconnect, Sasha won’t stand in the way of his dreams. Somehow, that all melts away whenever she’s with Penley. Together, dreaming is a little easier. But dreams don’t always survive in the real world. Not when the past comes knocking. *** Footnote is a stand-alone novel in the Busy Bean series of Sarina Bowen's World of True North! Stop in for coffee and romance. Java isn't the only thing brewing around here.. *** For fans of: Sarina Bowen, True North, Emily Henry, Marie Force, Piper Rayne, Kendall Ryan, Amanda Siegrist, Devney Perry, Carrie Ann Ryan, Rebecca Yarros, Chelle Bliss, Sarah Mayberry, L.B. Dunbar, J.H. Croix, Rebecca Norrine, Lisa Hughey, Erin Wright, BJ Daniels, Kate Pearce, Cora Seton, Vivian Arend, JH Croix, Jennifer Ryan, Diana Palmer, Elle James, Corinne Michaels, Kelly Hunter, Amy Andrews, Lori Wild, Sinclair Jayne, Jeannie Watt, Kristen Callihan, Jane Porter. Search terms: Busy Bean, True North World, World of True North, forbidden romance, contemporary romance, Vermont romance, Sarina Bowen's World of True North, coffee shop romance.

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Footnotes

Genre Sports & Recreation
Author,
Isbn1250127254
File size1846 kb
Year2017-07-03
Pages336
LanguageEnglish
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Running is not just a sport. It reconnects us to our bodies and the places in which we live, breaking down our increasingly structured and demanding lives. It allows us to feel the world beneath our feet, lifts the spirit, lets our minds out to play, and helps us to slip away from the demands of the modern world. When Vybarr Cregan-Reid set out to discover why running means so much to so many, he began a journey which would take him out to tread London’s cobbled streets, the boulevards of Paris, and down the crumbling alleyways of Ruskin’s Venice. Footnotes transports you to the deserted shorelines of Seattle, the giant redwood forests of California, and to the world’s most advanced running laboratories and research centers. Using debates in literature, philosophy, neuroscience, and biology, this book explores that simple human desire to run. Liberating and inspiring, Footnotes reminds us why feeling the earth beneath our feet is a necessary and healing part of our lives.

Footnotes

Genre Nature
AuthorPeter Fiennes
Isbn1786076306
File size1663 kb
Year2019-09-05
Pages320
LanguageEnglish
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‘The premise of this book is simple, or that is what it seemed when I started.’ Peter Fiennes follows in the footsteps of twelve inspirational writers, bringing modern Britain into focus by peering through the lens of the past. The journey starts in Dorset, shaped by the childhood visions of Enid Blyton, and ends with Charles Dickens on the train that took him to his final resting place in Westminster Abbey. From the wilds of Skye and Snowdon, to a big night out in Birmingham with J. B. Priestley and Beryl Bainbridge, Footnotes is a series of evocative biographies, a lyrical foray into the past, and a quest to understand Britain through the books, journals and diaries of some of our greatest writers. And as Fiennes travels the country, and roams across the centuries, he wonders: ‘Who are we? What do we want? They seemed like good questions to ask, in the company of some of our greatest writers, given these restless times.’

Woodsmoke and Leafcups: Autobiographical Footnotes to the Anthropology of the Durwa People

Genre Social Science
AuthorMadhu Ramnath
Isbn9351773191
File size1162 kb
Year2015-11-15
Pages324
LanguageEnglish
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'Bastar remained outside the country I knew and with which I was familiar: the scent of sal hinting at something more refreshing than the goals to which India aspired.' Madhu Ramnath spent thirty years with the Durwa peoples in Bastar. What began as impulsive travel to a swathe of land that had no roads criss-crossing it soon turned into a homecoming: each stint in the forest compelled him to return and, finally, to stay. Over the years he became a student of Durwa life, living in the forest, tending cattle, working a hill-slope in the village. He immersed himself in the Durwa world while indulging his passion for devising a botanical classification that would be accessible to a layperson. Woodsmoke and Leafcups is a first-hand account of life in Bastar: the routines of communal life and the interactions of the Durwas with the State machinery. He writes of a culture where energy and laughter are currency, although of no value to anyone else. He draws a portrait of friends and teachers, threats and ways of eliding them, and the lure of politics for those long indifferent to it. At a time when 'there are few places in which to lose oneself', Ramnath writes of a people and a place that exist outside, sometimes counter to, known narratives.

Footnotes from the World's Greatest Bookstores

Genre Biography & Autobiography
AuthorBob Eckstein
Isbn0553459309
File size719 kb
Year2016-10-04
Pages176
LanguageEnglish
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A New York Times Bestseller From the beloved New Yorker cartoonist comes a collection of paintings and stories from some of the world’s most cherished bookstores. This collection of 75 evocative paintings and colorful anecdotes invites you into the heart and soul of every community: the local bookshop, each with its own quirks, charms, and legendary stories. The book features an incredible roster of great bookstores from across the globe and stories from writers, thinkers and artists of our time, including David Bowie, Tom Wolfe, Jonathan Lethem, Roz Chast, Deepak Chopra, Bob Odenkirk, Philip Glass, Jonathan Ames, Terry Gross, Mark Maron, Neil Gaiman, Ann Patchett, Chris Ware, Molly Crabapple, Amitav Ghosh, Alice Munro, Dave Eggers, and many more. Page by page, Eckstein perfectly captures our lifelong love affair with books, bookstores, and book-sellers that is at once heartfelt, bittersweet, and cheerfully confessional.

Fieldwork and Footnotes

Genre Social Science
AuthorArturo Alvarez Roldan,Han Vermeulen
Isbn113484395X
File size731 kb
Year2013-04-15
Pages280
LanguageEnglish
File formatPDF

The history of anthropology has great relevance for current debates within the discipline, offering a foundation from which the professionalisation of anthropology can evolve. The authors explore key issues in the history of social and cultural anthropological approaches in Germany, Great Britain, France, The Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Slovenia and Romania, as well as the influence of Spanish anthropologists in Mexico to provide a comprehensive overview of European anthropological traditions.

Scrivener For Dummies

Genre Computers
AuthorGwen Hernandez
Isbn1118312465
File size1506 kb
Year2012-07-30
Pages384
LanguageEnglish
File formatPDF

No matter what you want to write, Scrivener makes iteasier. Whether you’re a planner, a seat-of-the-pants writer, orsomething in between, Scrivener provides tools for every stageof the writing process. Scrivener ForDummies walks you step-by-step through this popularwriting software’s best features. This friendly ForDummies guide starts with the basics, buteven experienced scriveners will benefit from the helpful tipsfor getting more from their favourite writing software. Walks you through customizing project templates for yourproject needs Offers useful advice on compiling your project for print ande-book formats Helps you set up project and document targets and minimizedistractions to keep you on track and on deadline Explains how to storyboard with the corkboard, createcollections, and understand their value Shows you how to use automated backups to protect your hardwork along the way From idea inception to manuscript submission, Scrivenerfor Dummies makes it easier than ever toplan, write, organize, and revise your masterpiece inScrivener.

Growing Strong Girls

Genre Family & Relationships
AuthorLindsay Sealey
Isbn1928055303
File size1435 kb
Year2017-09-05
Pages232
LanguageEnglish
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“To grow up strong and confident, girls need connection with kind, competent adults, yet all too often they push that support away. For every parent, teacher, or mentor who has ever wondered, ‘How do I get through to her?’ Lindsay Sealey has given us a wealth of answers in her book Growing Strong Girls.” -Haley Kilpatrick Founder, Girl TalkTM, and bestselling author of The Drama Years Girls today face an astounding degree of pressure to grow up fast. They yearn to connect, but sometimes this yearning turns into negative, even destructive behavioral patterns such as gossiping, being passive aggressive or mean, becoming screen-addicted, or disengaging from school. It's heartbreaking to watch even the most confident little girls disconnect and lose their sparkle as they hit the preteen years. In Growing Strong Girls, Lindsay Sealey reveals the tremendous power of connection to activate self-awareness, inner strength, and confidence in girls. It all starts with a nurturing and secure connection between you and her. In this book you'll discover: Why she should avoid frenemies and create a circle of friends How to set healthy boundaries and practise assertive self expression The truth about social media and screens Social emotional learning strategies and lifelong learning habits you can implement at home More than 250 conversation starters, stories, tips, and activities to cultivate connection

Infinite Jest

Genre Fiction
AuthorDavid Foster Wallace
Isbn0316073857
File size467 kb
Year2009-04-13
Pages1104
LanguageEnglish
File formatPDF

A gargantuan, mind-altering comedy about the Pursuit of Happiness in America Set in an addicts' halfway house and a tennis academy, and featuring the most endearingly screwed-up family to come along in recent fiction, Infinite Jest explores essential questions about what entertainment is and why it has come to so dominate our lives; about how our desire for entertainment affects our need to connect with other people; and about what the pleasures we choose say about who we are. Equal parts philosophical quest and screwball comedy, Infinite Jest bends every rule of fiction without sacrificing for a moment its own entertainment value. It is an exuberant, uniquely American exploration of the passions that make us human - and one of those rare books that renew the idea of what a novel can do. 'The next step in fiction..Edgy, accurate, and darkly witty..Think Beckett, think Pynchon, think Gaddis. Think.' --Sven Birkerts, The Atlantic

Trombone

Genre Music
AuthorD. M. Guion
Isbn1134287933
File size1635 kb
Year2014-03-18
Pages352
LanguageEnglish
File formatPDF

First Published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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The Garb of Being

Genre Religion
AuthorGeorgia Frank,Susan Holman,Andrew Jacobs
Isbn0823287033
File size1360 kb
Year2019-11-05
Pages384
LanguageEnglish
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This collection explores how the body became a touchstone for late antique religious practice and imagination. When we read the stories and testimonies of late ancient Christians, what different types of bodies stand before us? How do we understand the range of bodily experiences—solitary and social, private and public—that clothed ancient Christians? How can bodily experience help us explore matters of gender, religious identity, class, and ethnicity? The Garb of Being investigates these questions through stories from the Eastern Christian world of antiquity: monks and martyrs, families and congregations, and textual bodies. Contributors include S. Abrams Rebillard, T. Arentzen, S. P. Brock, R. S. Falcasantos , C. M. Furey, S. H. Griffith, R. Krawiec, B. McNary-Zak, J.-N. Mellon Saint-Laurent, C. T. Schroeder, A. P. Urbano, F. M. Young

'Most Blessed of the Patriarchs': Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination

Genre History
AuthorAnnette Gordon-Reed,Peter S. Onuf
Isbn1631490788
File size1165 kb
Year2016-04-13
Pages400
LanguageEnglish
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New York Times Bestseller Named one of the Best Books of the Year by the San Francisco Chronicle Finalist for the George Washington Prize Finalist for the Library of Virginia Literary Award A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice Selection 'An important book…[R]ichly rewarding. It is full of fascinating insights about Jefferson.' —Gordon S. Wood, New York Review of Books Hailed by critics and embraced by readers, 'Most Blessed of the Patriarchs' is one of the richest and most insightful accounts of Thomas Jefferson in a generation. Following her Pulitzer Prize–winning The Hemingses of Monticello¸ Annette Gordon-Reed has teamed with Peter S. Onuf to present a provocative and absorbing character study, 'a fresh and layered analysis' (New York Times Book Review) that reveals our third president as 'a dynamic, complex and oftentimes contradictory human being' (Chicago Tribune). Gordon-Reed and Onuf fundamentally challenge much of what we thought we knew, and through their painstaking research and vivid prose create a portrait of Jefferson, as he might have painted himself, one 'comprised of equal parts sun and shadow' (Jane Kamensky).

Footnotes to History

Genre History
AuthorGriffin B. Bell
Isbn9780865549043
File size953 kb
Year2008
Pages185
LanguageEnglish
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Footnotes to History serves as a first reader on American government. Studies show that Americans do not understand the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, or the history behind our founding and our survival as a nation. These vignettes, standing alone or together, outline certain traits of the American political system. While the United States is a relatively young nation, many Americans seem to be unaware of the important traits of the American political system and of the struggles required to ensure its survival. While students of history, political professionals, and enthusiasts may enjoy reading 500-page biographies and analyses, many citizens have neither the time nor inclination to relive the past in such detail. Griffin Bell, former attorney general for the United States, presents 'Footnotes to History: A Primer on the American Political Character' as a first reader on American politics for any and all Americans. Judge Bell points to the stories of a handful of Americans - some famous, some not - to illustrate the defining characteristics of our system of government. Whether read in its entirety or a chapter or two at a time, 'Footnotes to History' should give the reader some notion of why the American political system, in its ideals and in its reality, has served its citizens so well for more than 230 years.

Footnotes to a Theology

Genre Religion
AuthorH. Martin Rumscheidt
Isbn1725268116
File size529 kb
Year2020-08-04
Pages158
LanguageEnglish
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Footnotes

Genre History
AuthorCaseen Gaines
Isbn1492688827
File size1556 kb
Year2021-05-25
Pages448
LanguageEnglish
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'A major contribution to the culture.'—Brian Jay Jones, New York Times bestselling author of Jim Henson: The Biography The triumphant story of the all-Black Broadway musical that changed the world forever Opening night was going better than any of them could have expected, but the performers knew the rapturous applause was obscuring the truth: there was a good chance someone was going to get killed at any moment, and it was likely to be one of them. When the curtain rose on Shuffle Along in 1921, the first all-Black musical to succeed on Broadway, no one was sure if America was ready for a show featuring nuanced, thoughtful portrayals of Black characters—and the potential fallout was terrifying. But from the first jazzy, syncopated beats of composers Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake's inspired musical numbers, New York audiences fell head over heels for Shuffle Along, which was unlike anything they had seen before. Footnotes is the story of how Sissle and Blake, along with comedians Flournoy Miller and Aubrey Lyles, overcame poverty, racism, and violence to harness the energy of the Harlem Renaissance and produce a runaway Broadway hit that launched the careers of many of the twentieth century's most beloved Black performers. Born in the shadow of slavery and establishing their careers at a time of increasing demands for racial justice and representation for people of color, Sissle, Blake, Miller, and Lyles broke down innumerable barriers between Black and white communities at a crucial point in our history. Author and pop culture expert Caseen Gaines leads readers through the glitz and glamour of New York City during the Roaring Twenties to reveal the revolutionary impact one show had on generations of Americans, and how its legacy continues to resonate today. Before Hamilton, before The Wiz, and even before Porgy and Bess, there was Shuffle Along, an unforgettable theatrical achievement that paved the way for innumerable Black actors, dancers, musicians, and composers and left an indelible mark on our popular culture and our lives. Pdf free download windows 10. 'Shuffle Along was the first of its kind when the piece arrived on Broadway. This musical introduced Black excellence to the Great White Way. Broadway was forever changed and we, who stand on the shoulders of our brilliant ancestors, are charged with the very often elusive task of carrying that torch into our present. I am humbled to have been part of the short-lived 2016 historical telling of how far we've come, starring as Aubrey Lyles in Shuffle Along, or, the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed—and happy that Footnotes further secures his place in history.'—Billy Porter, Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award-winning actor

Footnotes

Genre Performing Arts
AuthorElena Alexander,Jill Johnston,Douglas Dunn,Marjorie Gamso,Ishmael Houston-Jones,Kenneth King,Yvonne Meier,Sarah Skaggs
Isbn1134393423
File size578 kb
Year2013-10-15
Pages192
LanguageEnglish
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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Footnotes

Genre Crafts & Hobbies
AuthorDana Gervais
Isbn1999043510
File size1727 kb
Year2019-06-13
Pages104
LanguageEnglish
File formatPDF

Footnotes is a book of eleven unique, cuff-down sock patterns inspired by a words. These patterns are clearly written, well-edited and test knit to ensure you have a relaxing, enjoyable experience while you knit your next favourite pair of socks! Each design includes instructions for multiple circumferences, and the foot length is customizable. Instructions are needle-neutral so you can use your favourite method for knitting socks in the round. Each stitch pattern is both written and charted and each pattern includes a note about the inspiration for the design as well as beautiful, detailed photographs by knitwear photographer Abbyeknits. These patterns feature a variety of techniques including slipped stitches, cables, twisted stitches, textured stitches, short row heels, Fleegle-style heels, heel flap and gusset construction, and star heels, as well as a variety of toes including wedge toes, rounded toes and star toes. A detailed list of abbreviations and a section of 'Helpful Hints' are included at the beginning of the book, with a yarn guide at the back of the book to help you find the yarns featured throughout the book.

Footnotes

Genre Nature
AuthorPeter Fiennes
Isbn1786076306
File size1702 kb
Year2019-09-05
Pages320
LanguageEnglish
File formatPDF

‘The premise of this book is simple, or that is what it seemed when I started.’ Peter Fiennes follows in the footsteps of twelve inspirational writers, bringing modern Britain into focus by peering through the lens of the past. The journey starts in Dorset, shaped by the childhood visions of Enid Blyton, and ends with Charles Dickens on the train that took him to his final resting place in Westminster Abbey. From the wilds of Skye and Snowdon, to a big night out in Birmingham with J. B. Priestley and Beryl Bainbridge, Footnotes is a series of evocative biographies, a lyrical foray into the past, and a quest to understand Britain through the books, journals and diaries of some of our greatest writers. And as Fiennes travels the country, and roams across the centuries, he wonders: ‘Who are we? What do we want? They seemed like good questions to ask, in the company of some of our greatest writers, given these restless times.’

Footnotes

Genre Self-Help
AuthorSarah Mulkey
Isbn1450263054
File size1336 kb
Year2010-11-11
Pages68
LanguageEnglish
File formatPDF

After more than forty years of working outside the home, this newly retired grandmother expands her horizons by becoming the daily caregive for her infant grandson, a career opportunity that was never listed among her lofty professional goals but one that proves to offer valuable continuing education on what matters most in life. 'These lessons are just that--age-old wisdom in the form of little 'aha's' that slip in and out of my moments with Sawyer. From this vantage point, I have the priceless pleasure of watching this little life unfold, with the experience and awareness that older age affords me.' --From the book Sarah Mulkey's former life included forty-plus years in community education and hospital management. As a musical arranger/songwriter, she has recorded six albums: Softly & Tenderly, Calm & Bright, Draw Me Nearer, Pages Turned, Night Songs, A Tribute to Hope. She is the designer/distributor of Cut-Ups by Sarah, a line of mixed media artwork; www.sarahmulkeyartcards.com. Footnotes: Lessons from a Baby-in-Residence is Sarah's first book. She lives in Lubbock, Texas.

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Fieldwork and Footnotes

Genre Social Science
AuthorArturo Alvarez Roldan,Han Vermeulen
Isbn113484395X
File size1957 kb
Year2013-04-15
Pages280
LanguageEnglish
File formatPDF

The history of anthropology has great relevance for current debates within the discipline, offering a foundation from which the professionalisation of anthropology can evolve. The authors explore key issues in the history of social and cultural anthropological approaches in Germany, Great Britain, France, The Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Slovenia and Romania, as well as the influence of Spanish anthropologists in Mexico to provide a comprehensive overview of European anthropological traditions.

Hero in the Footnotes

Genre Biography & Autobiography
AuthorMichael Etches
Isbn1665584564
File size1990 kb
Year2021-03-14
Pages200
LanguageEnglish
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The book tells the story of Richard Cadman Etches, born in Warwickshire in 1753, who left home while still a youth to seek his fortune in London. He set up a successful liquor and wine importing business and soon acquired his own ship to deal directly with European suppliers. When, in 1784, news came from James Cook’s fatal expedition that huge profits could be made from buying sea otter pelts from local tribes on the North Pacific coast of America and selling them in China, he seized his opportunity and set up a trading base in Nootka Sound. Unfortunately, one of his vessels was captured by Spanish forces who believed they controlled the coast, and this almost led to a war with Britain. Richard then became a full time British agent during the turbulent times of the French Revolution and Napoleonic wars and, among his many exploits was the organisation of Sir Sidney Smith’s escape from a Paris gaol. He died in penury in a debtors’ prison in London in 1817.