Lights, Camera Jemuru - Adventures of a Film-Maker in Ethiopia is the remarkable true-life story of a high-flying adman who swapped his expense account lifestyle in London to go and teach in a back-street community film school, Gem TV, in Addis Ababa. Bob Maddams spent years living and working in Ethiopia and filming took him and the Gem TV filmmakers all over the country; from shanty towns and famine feeding stations to the rock hewn churches of Lalibela and the source of the Blue Nile.
Harley has everything a vampire-white witch hybrid could want: wonderful parents, a hunky sort-of boyfriend, and a clan of loving friends. When that life is taken away from her, Harley doesn't want to serve revenge up cold. She wants to serve it up now, and she wants to serve it up HOT.
Perfect for fans of Mercedes Lackey's 500 Kingdoms series! Beast Charming tells the story of Beauty, who works as a temp at an agency run by a high-tempered dragon. To avoid running into her conniving and desperately-craving-for-nobility father - conveniently named Noble - she takes on a peculiar job that will force her to converse with James, who got cursed by an ex-girlfriend and is now spending his days as, well, a beast.
If you've always wanted to develop your resolve to becoming a better Christian, this book will teach you everything you need to know about the five habits every believer needs to cultivate. From what it really means to be saved to how we can best prepare our hearts and minds to listen to Sunday preaching, this book is packed with all the information you ever wanted to know about living an abundant and joyful Christian life.
When Pete Willis was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in 2008, you might have forgiven him if he had simply rolled over and accepted his fate. The fact that he didn't, and is still around today and looking forward to a full life, he puts down to one thing: God. Blessed with a loving wife, family, and friends, Pete now displays an amazing zest for life and faces each day with a positivity, which he now shares in this wonderfully uplifting and inspiring book.
It sometimes happens that two strangers would meet and suddenly feel like they've known each other all their lives. It's a bone-deep feeling, strange and overwhelming, and often it is dismissed by those who experience it. For Lucy Bright and Charles Ambrose, two people of deep religious faith, this feeling that struck them upon meeting as teenagers was not something to fear and try to forget, but something to marvel at and explore.
Humanity left Earth a long time ago. They had treated their home planet poorly, and the deteriorating environment forced them to leave. They traveled 189 light years to a faraway world and named it Horizon, respecting the new lives they intended to build. Fortunately, they learned their lessons and treated their new world much better. After over 100,000 years away from Earth, they still revered her and taught their children her beauty.
Isla Perdida has been untouched by humans for hundreds of years. Until now. A team of researchers has landed on the rocky shores of this dangerous landscape and discover that a horrific predator is waiting for them. It doesn't take long for this deadly arachnid to make its way from the humid island jungle to the American mainland. As this new threat terrorizes Southern Florida, a murderous infection begins to spread. Victims are piling up, and death is not the worst of it.
Eleonora de Lennart reaches into the soul, heart, and mind of a dog. In the most enjoyable way, the book flows like a story about the destiny of an owner and her dog - yet it is enhanced by scientific facts. "Quinky is my destiny dog," says de Lennart, "He change my life, even my career; he made me realize my mentor was correct when saying 'Dogs are scientists in our language.'"
In The Triumph of Improvisation, James Graham Wilson takes a long view of the end of the Cold War, from the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in December 1979 to Operation Desert Storm in January 1991. Drawing on deep archival research and recently declassified papers, Wilson argues that adaptation, improvisation, and engagement by individuals in positions of power ended the specter of a nuclear holocaust.
Quinn has spent her whole life working in her dad's garage, leaving her more comfortable with a carburetor than a curling iron. Her world is turned upside down when her beloved garage is bought by none other than world famous, sexy as sin, custom car builder, Tazen Watts. He's the one man she can't stand...even though he makes her hotter than a high performance engine in top gear.
Written in the irreverent style that made How to Talk About Books You Haven't Read a critical and commercial success, Pierre Bayard takes listeners on a trip around the world, giving us essential guidance on how to talk about all those fantastic places we've never been. Practical, funny, and thought provoking, How to Talk About Places You've Never Been will delight and inform armchair globetrotters and jet-setters, all while never having to leave the comfort of the living room.
Thousands of businesses need help managing their social media accounts, and now you can get paid to do simple tasks like posting status updates, uploading videos, or replying to comments!
Brand Stanford married Monica because she claimed to be carrying his child. Their marriage was one of convenience - for her. When they had finally become a happy family, Monica was killed in a skiing accident. Now, Brand is faced with having to raise their three-year-old daughter on his own.
Somewhere out in the woods an otherworldly creature born of fire and hate lurks. When the beast emerges, lusting for blood, all that stands between it and the nearby town is a grief-stricken farmer. Supernatural ferocity meets backwoods ingenuity in a horror fable of good versus evil.
Though Andrew Bushard does not claim to possess video game expertise, he does appreciate video games. Video games and the First Amendment go hand in hand, so let us now promote them both!
You're about to discover how to live a purpose-filled, fruitful, and intentional life as you manifest success through Christ. This book is about developing and committing to seven highly effective habits of successful Christians.
When Rachel opened her hook-up app, she just wanted to get laid, but she ended up getting much, much more.... Dragon Shifter Kintaro was a wealthy playboy who just wanted easy sex. When he was matched with a cute girl named Rachel, it seemed like they would both get exactly what they wanted, and then they would never have to see each other again. However, after the condom breaks and Rachel finds herself pregnant, everything changes. Drastically.
Do you feel lost? Are you asking yourself those "big" questions? Feeling like something is missing?Unfortunately, most people don't even know who they are and why they are in this world. This manuscript is for open-minded individuals, so for religious people and atheists, this book will be hard to swallow. I wrote this book after visiting a spiritual world; I simply have a moral obligation to enlighten others and to inspire human beings to transcend into higher level of consciousness/vibration.
A Princess of Mars was the first book by Edgar Rice Burroughs to feature the character John Carter. It led to an 11-book series featuring his adventures and became the basis for the 2012 movie. Carter is a war-weary former military captain during the Civil War who is inexplicably transported to Mars. He quickly (and reluctantly) becomes embroiled in a conflict of epic proportions among the inhabitants of the planet.