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|Author||: Bryan Adams,John Pawson|
|Editor||: Steidl Dap|
During the first weeks of 2015, photographer and musician Bryan Adams (born 1959) visited the island of Mustique in the West Indies, one of that particular breed of island destinations known for its turquoise water, unspoiled sand, lush vegetation and illustrious guests. On one of the beaches, Adams noticed that the rising and receding waves of the Caribbean Sea had formed abstract patterns in the sand. Adams photographed many of these abstract formations in black and white, drawing out the resemblance between the night sky and the patterns in the sand. Adams--already well known as a singer, songwriter and producer--first became interested in photography more than 20 years ago, creating his own album covers. Over the next two decades, he quietly established himself as a working photographer, with images appearing in Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, Interview magazine and i-D. Luxuriously produced and exquisitely printed, this large-format volume shows Adams' vision of the sea, in all its unstoppable force and incredible beauty.
|Author||: John Cadet|
One of Australia’s leading travel authors, John Borthwick has gathered here the best of his years of Thailand adventures, plus a swag of vivid tales from his wanderings in India, Xinjiang, the Himalayas, Borneo, Bali, Laos, Vietnam and the Philippines.
|Author||: Ismael Fortunado|
We are given one life and we must live to one standard. Some are given a family and some are not. Family is a beautiful blessing of God. We must take care of it. We must have a good upbringing. Orphans consider others to be their mother, father and siblings. Those who have a family must share what is it to have a family. This is a dream of each person, to have a good family. God is the center of each family. It is written that Jesus Christ serves as a sword in the family. We never forget that He is in our family to uphold each one. He tests each member of the family. The head of the family is a loving father. He is blessed with understanding. The light of the family is the mother. She sees the need of the family. Children serve as the happiness of the family. A brother or a sister serves as an equal. The baby serves as the laughter of the family. A foundation of a person is his family. He draws strength from his family.
|Author||: Manik Nath & Ashish Malviya|
|Editor||: Educreation Publishing|
Written in backdrop of years to 1998 to 2009, a twenty first century story about two best friends and their simple love stories; A tale of friendship, love and life. Aayush aka Pappi and Anupam for whom life is about following their heart; Bunking classes, movies, hanging out in woods, picnics by the banks of river Betwa. They fall in love with two simple yet beautiful girls and start acting foolish. One day impatient Pappi proposes Rinki on the road while she was going to the bus stop for school. Rinki is scared. She denies and runs away. Pappi is heartbroken. That evening he is at the receiving end from both the mothers. Now he has to achieve something in life to get his love. Anupam wants to get into Abhishikta’s good books before proposing her. Once he is advised by one of his friends Shekar to puncture Abhishikta's scooter outside the coaching class and then help her. This way he would get to spend half a day with her. But Anupam runs out of luck and some other guy gets the chance. As the story unveils hard truths of life and hilarious stupidity of teenagers, the question remains will the two boys get the love of their life.
|Author||: Inua Ellams|
|Editor||: Bloomsbury Publishing|
To name something is to call it into life, to determine its future. If we let our children name themselves, will they author their own destinies? Will the nameless ones be free? Untitled is a magical realist story set in Nigeria and England, of identical twin boys separated at infancy. In the quarrel after the marred naming ceremony, the mother grabs the titled child and flees, leaving the unnamed brother to lead an impetuous, chaotic, blasphemous existence until the spirits of the land make their stand.
|Author||: Tomás Bairéad|
|Editor||: Cambridge Scholars Publishing|
Tomás Bairéad is regarded as one of the finest short–story writers in Irish of the twentieth-century. His memoir recounts his youth on a small farm in an isolated region of the west of Ireland, one of the last “Gaeltachtaí” or Irish-speaking districts. An active member of the Irish Volunteers in his area and a talented writer of both Irish and English, Bairéad was part of the first-generation of Irish people who made their living as journalists in the newly-independent Irish Republic. His memories of working as a newspaper-man in the Irish capital, Dublin, make for fascinating reading, as do the coterie of Nationalist activists and intellectuals with whom he associated, including renowned writers such as Liam O’Flaherty, Máirtín Ó Cadhain and Pádraic Ó Conaire, to name but a few.
|Author||: Tara Ariano|
This book is not good. In fact, it's quite awful. I wrote it in 1987-88, when I was thirteen years old and in grade 8. It is poorly crafted, implausibly plotted, though grammatically quite sound. It is, I hope, amusing in its youthful crappiness.
|Author||: Ken Squires|
|Editor||: Ken Squires Publishing|
Random poetry about what's going through my mind and what's happening in my life. As the world continues to turn and as Co-Vid 19 runs rapid through the world I continue to write.
|Author||: Moan Lisa|
A discourse on love, hate, religion; sexuality and much more; these are poems set in darkness and with the pain of depression, as well as lighter feelings of love.
|Author||: Capt. Emran Faridi|
This is an autobiography turned into fiction, as the theme of the story is not interesting enough to entrance the audiences awareness and not interesting to become a big-budget motion depiction. It does not attract all the social lessons of all the races and nations and does not convey a message of slaughter to be lived by, success to be dishonored, and achievements to get pleasure from.
|Author||: Lisa Samson|
|Editor||: Dorrance Publishing|
Untitled By Lisa Samson We are all earthen vessels In the palm of Jesus’ hands When each one of us wrestles Against the devil’s iron bands. When despair fills us to the brim, We can bring it all to Him. He will pour it all back out Through the earthen vessel’s spout. This wonderful collection of poetry by Lisa Samson expresses her great love for nature, the special people in her life and, most of all, Jesus. Enjoy pieces such as “A Poem for Jesus,” “Earthen Vessels,” and “A Poem for All Seasons.” Lisa hopes her collection will inspire her readers, as they are truly words from her heart.
|Author||: Adam Sawka|
A psychological mystery with added focus on philosophical communion, presented with an uncommon visual style. A man discovers an apparently abandoned journal, and through reading it unleashes a series of mysterious events which lead him to question the very nature of what he has found. He struggles with the implications of the effects which have descended upon him, unaware of the variety of forces which are interested in his reactions, either partly responsible for setting these events in motions, or lying in wait for the next turn of the cycle. [And as a side note to any prospective reader/buyer: If one should see the page count and wonder that this tale might be a little too short for consideration of purchase, make sure to recognize that it is presented in letter-format size, thus is somewhat more than it would seem.]
|Author||: Dion Green|
|Editor||: WestBow Press|
From incarceration, to a devastating tornado, and to a tragic mass shooting, author Dion Green narrates the story of his life and the challenges he faced. Beginning with his youth and growing up in Springfield, Ohio, he shares his memories and recaps the significant and life-changing events he experienced. This memoir, Untitled, chronicles how Green and his family faced adversity, how he learned to forgive, and how he kept his faith while living through defeat after defeat. Offering a personal testimony of resilience and strength, Untitled serves to help and inspire others challenged by life’s trials. It demonstrates the power of a community that rallied and supported Green and his family.
|Author||: Makhan Mohata|
|Editor||: Notion Press|
Untitled is a beautiful collection of 40 poems with love as its predominant theme. The poems are followed by a special series and romantic notes, which are sure to win the adoration of the readers. Being a simple and an easy-to-read book, the readers will connect to it innately. Why make love complicated when it simplifies us? This is the beauty of Our relationship. We both Are weak, But We give strength To each other.
|Author||: Shannon McRoberts|
|Editor||: Obsidian Poet Press|
Will you follow her down the path mired in sorrow and speckled with shards of schadenfreude? In her final omnibus of poetry, Shannon McRoberts explores deep emotions of love, loss, and heartache. This book contains poetry from Poetry for the Chronically Heart Broken and Depressed, REMORDERE, Erosion of the Heart, #BROKEN, and previously unpublished poems you will find nowhere else. If you want a collector's edition of Shannon's poems, this is the book to grab.