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Why Straight Women Love Gay Romance
One of the world's biggest secrets is coming out...Why do straight women love gay romance? What is it that attracts straight women to the idea of two men falling in love? Is it the muscles? The mystery of the male mind? The idea of true love overcoming all odds? How has it changed who these women are and how they see the world? And how powerful is this once-silent army of readers in the fight for equality? Readers, authors, publishers, editors, reviewers and cover artists share their opinions ... more info>>
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Make Your Own Change
After you've restored a hump-roofed, rump-sprung wreck of a Broken House, withstood the eccentricities of in-laws, willful kids, offbeat neighbors, obstinent hired hands, live-in ghost and established a craft shop, featuring Timothy, a wooden rocking horse with personality but who can't seem to hold onto his eyes and tail--what do you do for an encore? Wright decided to write a book about her crazy experiences. Memoir by Nancy Means Wright; originally published by Down East Books
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Madame Blavatsky: The Woman Behind the Myth
Recklessly brilliant, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky scandalized her 19th century world with a controversial new religion that tried to synthesize Eastern and Western philosophies. If her contemporaries saw her as a freak, a charlatan, and a snake oil salesman, she viewed herself as a special person born for great things. She firmly believed that it was her destiny to enlighten the world. Rebelliously breaking conventions, she was the antithesis of a pious religious leader. She cursed, smoked, o... more info>>
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Marriage Is a Bad Habit
When Ruth Dickson released her 1967 book MARRIED MEN MAKE THE BEST LOVERS, it went off like a bombshell. Defenders of the "sanctity" of marriage rose up to dismiss her frank, innovative, thoroughly researched book. But why? Why cling to the broken ritual of marriage? What comfort is there in a crumbling institution held together by meaningless tradition and out of touch patriarchy? In this thoughtful follow-up, Dickson examines marriage itself. As she explains, "It's no secret that the divorce ... more info>>
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Married Men Make the Best Lovers
If you're going to adopt a philosophy to live by, make it one that gets your heart pumping and unleashes your spirit of adventure! E-Reads re-releases a classic, smart and sassy advice book from the 1960's, the heyday of the sexual revolution. As one of the most outspoken leaders of the movement, Ruth Dickson unleashes a wicked mind, a razor-edged wit and the freewheeling attitude that made her one of the most popular writers of the day. After years of personal research, she offers pointed ad... more info>>
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Sunday in Hell: Pearl Harbor Minute by Minute
Using long established historical records and contemporary journals as well as recently-released war-time documents, Bill McWilliams has created a brand-new minute-by-minute narrative of the Day that Will Live in Infamy. Told from the point-of-view of dozens of characters from Generals and Admirals and politicians and diplomats down to deckhands and private soldiers and also innocent civilians at all levels, this panoramic overview of one of the most traumatizing and shocking events in American ... more info>>
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Houdini: The Ultimate Spellbinder
Originally published as: SPELLBINDER: The Life of Harry Houdini. He was born Ehrich Weiss but, at an early age, he chose another name for himself. He wanted a name to suit his career of magic and entertainment and he chose a name that paid homage to one of the legendary magicians of all time: Robert Houdin. His illusions and escapes were more astonishing and more challenging than anyone had ever done before and he eclipsed the names of all other magicians as his fame reached around the world, m... more info>>
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Complete Toppers
This book contains all the Toppers stories and hilarious dialog from Toppers One and completed in Toppers Two. Not to be missed by a Vietnam Vet or anyone who else who loves a round of great belly-busting, all out laughter!
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Bitching
In the early 1970s, the national conversation regarding feminism was very different. Public discussions of womanhood--single life, marriage, workplace harassment, rights, gripes--were often channeled through movement spokeswomen and always refracted through the lens of talking to men about men. Little was shared about the chats happening behind closed doors where everyday women talked to women without the threat of men listening in. But, all that changed with the book BITCHING. Originally publi... more info>>
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Free Woman: The Life and Times of Victoria Woodhull
Victoria Woodhull is an historical figure too often ignored and undervalued by historians. Although she never achieved political power, her actions and her presence on the political scene helped begin to change the way Americans thought about the right to vote, particularly women's suffrage and she set the stage for political emancipations to come throughout the 20th Century. Woodhull was a product of and a revolutionary within the socially conservative Victorian era which predominated in the U... more info>>
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The Spies Who Never Were
After the fall of France in the mid-1940s, German Chancellor Adolf Hitler faced a British Empire which refused to negotiate for peace. Full-scale war loomed and Hitler ordered the Abwehr, Germany's defense and intelligence organization, to carry out Operation Lena, a program to place information-gathering spies within Britain. Quickly, a network of secret agents spread within the United Kingdom and across the British Empire. A master of disguises, a professional safecracker, a scrubwoman, a dip... more info>>
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Codebreakers' Victory: How the Allied Cryptographers Won World War II
For years, the story of the World War II codebreakers was kept a crucial state secret. Even Winston Churchill, himself a great advocate of Britain's cryptologic program, purposefully minimized their achievements in his history books. Now though, after decades have passed, the true scope of the British and American cryptographers' role in the war has come to light. It was a role key to the Allied victory. From the Battle of Britain to the Pacific front to the panzer divisions in Africa, superior... more info>>
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How I Wrote My First Book: the story behind the story
Twenty authors tell amazing stories about the efforts that went into writing their first book. Christine Amsden ~ "My Million Words of Crap" Darrell Bain ~ "The Story Behind The Pet Plague" Mayra Calvani ~ "Tips on Writing Your First Novel" Lee Denning ~ "Two Beginnings" Ginger Hanson ~ "Ten Lessons I Learned..." Toby Fesler Heathcotte ~ "The Manuscript from a Mystifying Source" Darby Karchut ~ "Wings" Linda Langwith ~ "The Serendipity Factor" Stephanie Osborn ~ "How a Rocket Scientist Bec... more info>>
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Romance Writing: Literary History & Commercial Categories
The romance market is the most interesting and lucrative field in publishing today. New windows of opportunity have opened to talented writers with persistence and determination. Prolific authors who consider themselves storytellers, rather than literary greats with an inclination to change the world, often resent the analysis of a commercial endeavor. Romance novelists are entertainers. They write from the heart with inspiration and hope. Scholars who try to decipher their words usually fail. T... more info>>
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Knock Knock Jokes For Kids
Kids just love those knock knock jokes, They're funny and easy to remember, just perfect for the perfect for the soon to be stand up comedian in your house.
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Magic for Your Writing: Help for the Aspiring Writer
Magic is defined as that essence of imagination projecting us into the world of fantasy. Adult readers have a difficult time tapping into their hidden "child", whereas adult moviegoers fare much better. Why? The answers will be found in this reference manual, Magic for Your Writing, a collection of tips and techniques that can make a striking and beneficial difference in your novel no matter the genre. Aimed primarily at struggling writers who are spinning their wheels, the manual will be helpfu... more info>>
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Valentino: Icon of Romance
Women wept, yearned and fantasized about him. Men coveted and copied his mysterious style. And both lined the railroad tracks when his body was transported back to the Tinsel Town that made him famous. Based on over one hundred rare sources, this biography of actor Rudolph Valentino will thrill romantics and fans of silent film. Encased in a shroud of mystery is a fascinating individual concealed too long behind his persona.
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Embarrass My Dog: The Way We Were, the Things We Thought
Award-winning writer Dr. Damien Broderick gathers his most forthright articles from the 1960s and '70s, on topics ranging from sex, politics, and religion to drugs and the way things were before the Internet, and caps them with sharp insights from today, looking back in amazement--and often with dismay or laughter. Great reading!
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Back of the Boat Gourmet Cooking: Afloat--Pool-Side--Backyard
This book's for YOU--if you own a boat and are looking for enjoyable on-board eating that's not just another typical hamburger or hot dog, and is still quick and easy to prepare. The authors provide invaluable tips for truly great menu alternatives, requiring very little fuss, muss, or bother--whether afloat, pool-side, or in the backyard. Stay hungry!
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Buster Keaton: Cut to the Chase
An American icon, Joseph Frank "Buster" Keaton is easily acknowledged as one of the greatest filmmakers in early cinema and beyond. His elaborate slapstick made audiences scream with laughter. But, his stone face hid an internal turmoil. In BUSTER KEATON: CUT TO THE CHASE, biographer Marion Meade seamlessly lays out the life and works of this comedy genius who lacked any formal education. "Buster" made his name as a child of vaudeville, thrown around the stage by his father in a cartoon pantom... more info>>
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The Death of Josseline: Immigartion Stories from the Arizona Borderlands
Dispatches from Arizona—the front line of a massive human migration—including the voices of migrants, Border Patrol, ranchers, activists, and others   With a sweeping perspective and vivid on-the-ground reportage, Margaret Regan tells the stories of the escalating chaos along the U.S.-Mexico border. A varied cast of characters emerges as she rides shotgun with the Border Patrol, interviews deported Mexicans and angry Arizona ranchers, visits migrant shelters in Mexico, and camps... more info>>
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Food Rebels, Guerrilla Gardeners, and Smart-Cookin' Mamas
In an age of uncertainty about how climate change may affect the global food supply, industrial agribusiness promises to keep the world fed. Through the use of factory �farms,� genetic engineering, and the widespread application of chemicals, they put their trust in technology and ask consumers to put our trust in them. However, a look behind the curtain reveals practices that put our soil, water, and health at risk. What are the alternatives? And can they too feed the world? The rapidly... more info>>
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Kafka Comes to America: Fighting for Justice in the War on Terror
A public defender�s dedicated struggle to rescue two innocent men from the recent Kafkaesque practices of our vandalized justice system �Our government can make you disappear.� Those were the words Steven Wax never imagined he would hear himself say. In his twenty-nine years as a public defender, Wax had never had to warn a client that he or she might be taken away to a military brig, or worse, a �black site,� one of our country�s dreaded secret prisons. How had our country come t... more info>>
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Raw and Natural Nutrition for Dogs
***The first guide to both raw feeding and healthy homecooked meals for dogs. In the whirlwind of information about local, organic, and whole foods, its easy to forget that our canine companions can also benefit fromand deservea more natural and nurturing diet. Preparing Fidos food at home may seem daunting, but its really not, says Lew Olson in Raw & Natural Nutrition for Dogs. Olson discusses canine nutritional needs and explains the research on how home-prepared foods, particularly ra... more info>>
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The Last Speakers: The Quest to Save the World's Most Endangered Languages
Part travelogue and part scientist's notebook, The Last Speakers is the poignant chronicle of author K. David Harrison's expeditions around the world to meet with last speakers of vanishing languages. The speakers' eloquent reflections and candid photographs reveal little-known lifeways as well as revitalization efforts to teach disappearing languages to younger generations. Thought-provoking and engaging, this unique book illuminates the global language-extinction crisis through photos, graphic... more info>>
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