John Oates was born at the perfect time, paralleling the birth of rock 'n roll. Raised in a small Pennsylvania town, he was exposed to folk, blues, soul, and R&B. Meeting and teaming up with Daryl Hall in the late 1960s, they developed a style of music that was uniquely their own but never abandoned their roots.
"Breath of Fresh Air"
The Books of Blood combine the ordinary with the extraordinary while radiating the eroticism that has become Barker's signature. Weaving tales of the everyday world transformed into an unrecognizable place, where reason no longer exists and logic ceases to explain the workings of the universe, Clive Barker provides the stuff of nightmares in packages too tantalizing to resist.
"ATTN narcoleptic readers"
David Foster Wallace made an art of taking readers into places no other writer even gets near. In his exuberantly acclaimed collection, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, he combines hilarity and an escalating disquiet in stories that astonish, entertain, and expand our ideas of the pleasures that fiction can afford.
"This is ABRIDGED"
With Winning Strategies, you'll hear first-hand what drives an NFL quarterback, a former Navy Seal, New York Times best-selling authors, and other successful individuals and acclaimed athletes to greatness. From overcoming adversity to finding motivation, the Winning Strategies audio suite offers hours of inspiration and practical steps towards reaching your personal best, in the board room or on the field of competition.
In Waking Up, Volume 5, Sounds True publisher and founder Tami Simon speaks with six teachers about their personal understandings of spiritual awakening - how it takes place, what changes (and what doesn't), and how their experiences can inspire and inform our own realizations.
The Last Hieroglyph is the fifth of the five-volume Collected Fantasies series. Editors Scott Connors and Ron Hilger have compared original manuscripts, various typescripts, published editions, and Smith's notes and letters, in order to prepare a definitive set of texts. The Last Hieroglyph includes, in chronological order, all of Clark Ashton Smith's stories from "The Dark Age" to "The Dart of Rasasfa".
"good, but the best"
Have you ever wondered how some people seem to thrive under pressure? This audio program, which features perspectives from nine best-selling authors, will teach you how to tackle more projects with essential time management skills.
"not worth it"
This series presents Clark Ashton Smith's fiction chronologically, based on composition rather than publication. Editors Scott Connors and Ron Hilger have compared original manuscripts, various typescripts, published editions, and Smith's notes and letters in order to prepare a definitive set of texts. The Maze of the Enchanter includes, in chronological order, all of his stories from The Mandrakes (February, 1933) to The Flower-Women (May, 1935). This volume also features an introduction and extensive notes on each story.
The Stoker Award-winning editor of the acclaimed, eclectic anthology The New Dead returns with 21st Century Dead and an all-new lineup of authors from every corner of the fiction world, shining a dark light on our fascination with tales of death and resurrection—and with zombies!
"The good, the bad and the ugly..."
Wangari Muta Maathai, winner of the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize and founder of the Green Belt movement in Kenya, speaks with Chris Johns, the editor-in-chief of National Geographic, about the critical link between the environment, democracy, the complex continent of Africa, and world peace.
Are You Made for Success in Business? This collection of 8 Leadership Interviews with America's Top Business Minds on Finance, Strategy and Teamwork will educate you to take your business to the next level with inspiring success stories and clever strategies. Develop your business acumen through the knowledge shared from these highly sought after keynote speakers and business leaders.
Climate change has at last caught up with the North Pole: an extended unseasonable burst of hot weather has brought toy production to a halt. Unscrupulous entrepreneur Milt Landon has taken advantage of the new climatic conditions and is trying to turn the North Pole into a tourist trap. Will Santa be able to return his home to its native state and deliver the toys in time for Christmas?
Muddy Waters thinks it's time to let Jolly Boatman out on his own. In this episode, Jolly learns about the hazards to be found on the waterways. More importantly, he also learns the importance of keeping his promises.
There's going to be a boat show and Jolly Boatman is convinced he can win. Tired old Poppy reflects on her glory years and wishes she could go too. Dizzy Spells decides something must be done, but can her wayward powers work in Poppy's favour?
Muddy Waters and Jolly Boatman leave Oxford to embark on their big London adventure. Jolly hopes Pearly will look after him as he struggles in the big city, but Pearly has something far more important on his mind.