What Price Love?

What Price Love?

A New York Times Bestselling AuthorDillon Caxton, protigh of Demon Cynster, has given up on love and has instead thrown himself into thwarting a daring criminal scheme threatening the thouroughbred racing world. Lady Priscilla Dalloway, who also has not time for romance, has arrived to rescue her whore-mad brother from the swindle he has become embroiled in. The man holding the key to finding her brother is Dillon, and Priscilla is Dillon's only lead to the crime. Together, they bring the swindle tumbling down, only to find themselves facing a shocking villain and that simple but terrifying question: What price love? Historical Romance - Softcover

What Price Are You Willing to Pay for Love

What Price Are You Willing to Pay for Love

YOU'VE GOT ISSUES break through book is for you. Isn't it time to cease the self-imposed pain and live your ideal dreams, passions and new found visions. This manuscript will guide you on a self-discovery journey from the past, through the present, and into a new beginning to reach a goal of baggage-free and purposeful living. Take the challenge and change your life. The objectives and goals of this step by step self-help manuscript will help you: Recognize and place a label on the problems in your life. Realize how unresolved baggage affects your present day living. Receive the necessary tools in order to let go of harmful Issues. Regress in order to remember the pain. Release shameful, hurtful and traumatic baggage (skeletons) of the past. Repair and rebuild new connections with damaged or strained relationships. Reclaim positive self-talk and healthier communications skills. Review quarterly life promises in order to eliminate procrastination and stagnation tendencies. Remember the importance of connecting daily to your spiritual connection promises. Reconnect to new coping skills and daily relaxation/ downtime connection

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Catalog of Copyright Entries


Charlie Parker, Composer

Charlie Parker, Composer

"Charlie Parker, Composer is the first assessment of a major jazz composer's oeuvre in its entirety. Providing analytical discussion of each of Parker's works, this study combines music-theoretical, historical, and philosophical perspectives. A variety of analytical techniques are brought to bear on Parker's compositions, including application of a revised Schenkerian approach to the music that was developed through the author's prior publications. After a review of Parker's life emphasizing his musical training and involvement in composition, the book proceeds by considering the types of Parker pieces as categorized by overall form and harmony and the amount of preplanned music they contain. The historical circumstances of each piece are reviewed, and, in some cases, sources of the ideas of the most important tunes are explored. The introduction includes a discussion of the ontology of a jazz composition. The view is advanced that the Western concept of a music composition needs to be expanded to embrace practices typical of jazz composition and forming a significant part of Parker's work. While focusing on Parker's more conventional tunes, the book also considers his large-scale melodic formulas. Two formulas in particular are arguably compositional, since they are repeated in subsequent performances of the same piece. As part of the research for this book, all of Parker's copyright submissions to the Library of Congress were examined and photographed. The book reproduces the four of them that were copied by Parker himself"--

Healing Hearts

Healing Hearts

True stories of animals trapped in heartbreaking situations of neglect and abuse, and the people who rescued them. Healing Hearts highlights the compassionate side of people, the loving, loyal and forgiving nature of animals, and exemplifies the powerful and unbreakable bonds that can form between species.”

Aging: Caring for Our Elders

Aging: Caring for Our Elders

Positive conceptions of ‘healthy aging’ are rightly displacing negative ageist perceptions of older members of our society. Nevertheless, at some stage, most elderly citizens will require some form of assistance from other members of society. When the body or mind begins to fail, a legitimate need for intervention and care will arise. This second volume on Aging discusses this theme.

Cotton in a Polyester World

Cotton in a Polyester World

Cotton in a Polyester World has taken years in the making. It is the inspiration of many eventspersonal and historical passages in life. The poet sees the world, as Bob Kaufman says, as a fish with frogs eyes. The soul kitchenthe battle hymnsthe heartbeatsthe reflections/dedications are the openings of doors to her soul. Enter, enjoy, and reflect. "Cotton In A Polyester World is so deep that it picks you up and wraps you up in a symphony only seen through the poet's eyes, only heard through the poet's voice, only spoken through the poet's lips. This work is simply a treasure." Louise Dente Executive Producer/Director Cultural Caravan Productions, Inc. Cotton In A Polyester World is both light and humorous, witty and quick, while others are thought provoking and self-revealing - honest in their forward straight motion. And as it is with most literary work that gives rise to thought, these poems incite within the mind, A Quiet Revolution. Kamernebtis crafts Verses that are universal in theme and personal in nature. They dont demand your agreement, just your attention. And if they can urge you into an understanding of her thoughts and beliefsso be it. let the Music be heard, one harmonious note after the other. - Nikki Williams, Artist/Author, Brown Women Who Fly, Beautiful, Also, are the Souls of My People Cotton In A Polyester World uses rich language, dancing metaphors, and rhythmic words to speak of African love and triumph. John Watusi Branch Executive Director, Afrikan Poetry Theatre

The Telltale Lilac Bush

And Other West Virginia Ghost Tales

The Telltale Lilac Bush

" West Virginia boasts an unusually rich heritage of ghost tales. Originally West Virginians told these hundred stories not for idle amusement but to report supernatural experiences that defied ordinary human explanation. From jealous rivals and ghostly children to murdered kinsmen and omens of death, these tales reflect the inner lives -- the hopes, beliefs, and fears -- of a people. Like all folklore, these tales reveal much of the history of the region: its isolation and violence, the passions and bloodshed of the Civil War era, the hardships of miners and railroad laborers, and the lingering vitality of Old World traditions.