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How to Paint Tropical Sunsets

By Gina De Gorna
  • ISBN Code: : 1599428180
  • Publisher : Universal-Publishers
  • Pages : 32
  • Category : Art
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How to Paint Tropical Sunsets is the first and only instructional book about the art of painting tropical sunsets. The book will be of interest to art enthusiasts of all ages. No previous painting experience is required. A list of all necessary materials is included, along with detailed step-by-step instructions and plenty of painting tips, beautiful samples, and colorful references. How to Paint Tropical Sunsets is a great tool for art therapy, art classes, self enjoyment, and stress relief. "Anyone may enjoy a stunning sunset moment, but only an artist can always create one." --Gina De Gorna

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Sunsets Over Charleston

By W. Thomas McQueeney
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  • Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
  • Book Code : 1614237808
  • Total of Pages : 336
  • Category : Literary Collections
  • Members : 396
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Book Short Summary:

Charleston is among the world's most cherished destinations, and its history is told and retold to the mass of travelers in search of the storied, classical southern ambiance touted in a bygone age. The people of Charleston have witnessed this awakening from within, and author W. Thomas McQueeney presents a glimpse of that shared experience through conversational interviews with some of the city's more notable inhabitants. Explore the area's recent past and present by reading about just some of this city's more interesting personalities who were born in or drawn to a place America has come to love. Each is testament to why the Holy City has become one of the most livable and enjoyable places to be.

Second Wind

By M. Festle
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  • Publisher : Springer
  • Book Code : 1137011505
  • Total of Pages : 280
  • Category : Social Science
  • Members : 584
  • Pdf File: second-wind.pdf

Book Short Summary:

This book uses both oral and conventional historical methods to describe and analyze the history of lung transplantation in the US. While drawing on accounts from doctors and other specialists, it primarily focuses on the experiences of patients and explores themes of uncertainty, timing, identity, coping, and quality of life.

High Impact

By Kim Baldwin
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  • Publisher : Bold Strokes Books Inc
  • Book Code : 1602826161
  • Total of Pages : 308
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 986
  • Pdf File: high-impact.pdf

Book Short Summary:

No risk is too high. No adventure too daunting. Emery Lawson reinvents herself after another near-death experience prompts a thorough reevaluation of her priorities. Empowered to live a life of no regrets, she casts aside all that is familiar to face her fears and chase her dreams. But as she heads for the wilds of Alaska, romance is definitely not on her agenda, because she's convinced she's incapable of falling in love. Pasha Dunn has learned to expect the unexpected in her job with an adventure outfitter in the remote Alaskan interior. Adaptability is essential in such a savage and unforgiving landscape. But she's woefully unprepared when her infallible intuition tells her that client Emery Lawson is the soul mate she's been waiting for all her life. Emery is clearly determined to remain unattached, and her high-risk vagabond lifestyle is too far outside Pasha's comfort zone. All that they think they want and know will be challenged when they are thrust into a nightmare of survival and endurance high above the Arctic Circle.

Regrets and Reflections

By Jerome Teelucksingh
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  • Publisher : Booktango
  • Book Code : 1468969439
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  • Category : Poetry
  • Members : 971
  • Pdf File: regrets-and-reflections.pdf

Book Short Summary:

Regrets and Reflections is a diverse collection of poetry that captures the sentiments of society and dissects aspects of everyday life. A global outlook evident in the poems on India, Iraq, Afghanistan, Canada, Britain and Latin America.