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release date: Oct 11, 2017
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The Vault - Coloring Book
Experience The Vault in a whole new way! A page devoted to each author and their story. All pages are custom and hand drawn! What happens when you lock twenty-two authors in a vault and don’t let them come out until they’ve finished their books? You get one sinfully sexy collection. Sweet. Devilish. Dangerous. Romantic. Raw. Funny. Dark. Powerful. Unforgettable. See what awaits you inside The Vault. ALL NEW BOOKS!!!! A.D. - Justice Warning, A.M. - Hargrove For The Love of My Sexy Geek, Aleatha - Romig Unconventional, C.A. Harms - Raw, Gina Whitney - Stilettos and Broken Bottles, Hilary Storm - Ridin’ Dirty, Katherine Rhodes - Innuendo, Kate Benson - Redemption, Kathy Coopmans - Parole, Katie Ashley - The Plan, Liv Morris - Sweet Seconds, M.C. Cerny - Declan's Demand, M. Stratton - In His Arms, Michelle Dare - Uncuffed, MJ Fields - Terzetto, Nina Levine - Risk, S. Moose - Adjusting the Deal, S.D. Hildreth - Mister Prick, T.K. Leigh - Inferno, Terri E. Laine - Honey, Tia Louise - Sundown, Toni Aleo - Not The One
release date: Jan 25, 2017
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Return of the Old Ones: Apocalyptic Lovecraftian Horror
The Old Ones were, the Old Ones are, and the Old Ones shall be. That is one of the main ideas behind the cosmic horror H.P. Lovecraft gave to the world, what would later be commonly known as the Cthulhu Mythos. The Old Ones, that ancient evil, dormant but still very much alive, would one day awaken and return to once more lay claim to our world. That cryptic sentence that was penned in the infamous Necronomicon wasn’t a threat, it wasn’t vague enough to be prophecy, it wasn’t even a warning, as there is nothing that can be done to stop or avoid it. No, it was a promise, a certainty that one day these omnipotent, ageless, entities would return. It was only a matter of time before the Stars became Right, and that time is now. Return of the Old Ones tells the tales of those terrible end times. Comprised of three books, this anthology shows what lead up to the Old Ones coming back, what happened on that fateful day when the gates were flung wide, and how the world was forever changed in the aftermath. From stories of personal apocalypses to recounts of epic, but futile, battles, to the bleak desperation that would be mankind’s only inheritance. Return of the Old Ones: it’s coming, be ready.
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release date: Dec 23, 1998
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World-Systems Theory in Practice: Leadership, Production, and Exchange (Of Technology; 24)
In the quarter century since Wallerstein first developed world systems theory (WST), scholars in a variety of disciplines have adopted the approach to explain intersocietal interaction on a grand scale. These essays bring to light archaeological data and analysis to show that many historic and prehistoric states lacked the mechanisms to dominate the distant (and in some cases, nearby) societies with which they interacted.
release date: Feb 23, 2012
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Research on Schools, Neighborhoods and Communities: Toward Civic Responsibility
Research on Schools, Neighborhoods, and Communities: Toward Civic Responsibility focuses on research and theoretical developments related to the role of geography in education, human development, and health. William F. Tate IV, the Edward Mallinckrodt Distinguished University Professor in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis and former President of the American Educational Research Association, presents a collection of chapters from across disciplines to further understand the strengths of and problems in our communities. Today, many research literatures—e.g., health, housing, transportation, and education—focus on civic progress, yet rarely are there efforts to interrelate these literatures to better understand urgent problems and promising possibilities in education, wherein social context is central. In this volume, social context—in particular, the unequal opportunities that result from geography—is integral to the arguments, analyses, and case studies presented. Written by more than 40 educational scholars from top universities across the nation, the research presented in this volume provides historical, moral, and scientifically based arguments with the potential to inform understandings of civic problems associated with education, youth, and families, and to guide the actions of responsible citizens and institutions dedicated to advancing the public good.
release date: Sep 18, 2017
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Heart of Steel
Everyone loves the stories of knights: chivalry, bravery, loyalty, love gained, lost, unrequited and timeless. Daring feats, epic quests, bloody wars, and more... The Queen's Dragon Rider by Cora Walker—Tessandra dreamed of being the first woman in her family to join the Legion of the Bold. But that promising career in the Legion was dashed when the riderless dragon Merryn selected Tess, much to her disappointment. Now joining the queen's service, though not in the capacity she expected, Tess is about to begin her first mission—and it's already shaping up to be full of peril. The Silent Knight by Avery Stiles—As a courier, Loran has always worked alone, but her latest delivery comes with a companion: a mute knight without a name. The strange knight at first seems more hindrance and help—especially after they insist on saving the life of a brigand Loran would have preferred dead. To Tame a Dragon by Christina DZA Marie—The Septimoan Law of War states, "No woman shall ever bear arms for king and country. Should she participate in war, her only acceptable role is that of nurse." But Floriane has no patience or time for such a law—especially once she finds herself right in the middle of a war. Blackberries and Buckthorn by TS Porter—Ser Isolde has been tasked with the underwhelming duty of escorting young Lady Siofra home from her sorceress' training. She has better things to do with her time than babysit a silly girl, but at least the matter will be simple and quickly over... The Heartless Knight by Heather Morris—Long a part of Prince Tom's inner circle, and newly knighted, still Isi is a man eternally out of place. Once a slave, always a foreigner, and that's only the start of what makes him odd to most. Confusing feelings for Tom do not remotely help. Ser Rae of Del by B.A. Huntley—The king is dead, and Rae finds herself dragged right into the heart of politics when her lover, the queen, orders her to find a rumored bastard child and bring them back at any cost. A Shieldmaiden's Vow by Helena Maeve—Setting aside her vow to defend against wickedness, a disillusioned Maud turned her back on the Order of Saint Kilda four years ago and struck out on her own. Then two of her former shield-sisters arrive in town town, hell-bent on dragging her back into the fold, and Maud's past and present collide.
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release date: Jul 16, 2020
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Title: CREATION: ACTS, FACTS, IMPACTS.
Book by Morris, Henry M.; Gish, Duane T.; Hillestad, George M. (Eds)
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release date: Feb 05, 2003
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F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Twenty-First Century
This thought-provoking collection explores significant new facets of an American author of lasting international stature.

As the author of some of the most compelling short stories ever written, two of the central novels in American literature, and some of the most beautiful prose ever penned, F. Scott Fitzgerald is read and studied all over the world. Sixty-two years after his death, his works—protean, provocative, multilayered, and rich—continue to elicit spirited responses. This collection grew out of the F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference that convened in Princeton at the centennial of this author's birth. Bringing together dozens of the world's leading scholars and commentators, the conference and the book celebrate the ever-growing legacy of Fitzgerald's art.

The subjects of these 19 essays reflect the contributors' wish to shine new light on less-frequently discussed aspects of Fitzgerald's work. Topics include Fitzgerald's Princeton influences and his expression of Catholic romanticism; his treatments of youth culture, the devil, and waste; parallels in the work of Mencken, Cather, and Murakami; and the ways gender, pastoral mode, humor, and the Civil War are variously presented in his work. One illustrated summary examines Fitzgerald's effect on popular culture through his appearance in the comics. Two broad overviews—one on Fitzgerald's career and another on the final developments in the author's style—round out the collection.

The international scope of the contributors to this volume reflects Fitzgerald's worldwide reputation and appeal. With extensive treatments of This Side of Paradise, The Beautiful and Damned, The Last Tycoon, and the Pat Hobby stories, this collection makes an unusual and significant contribution to the field of Fitzgerald studies.

release date: Aug 20, 2016
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Blood, Sweat, and Fears: Horror Inspired by the 1970s
The 1970s were a transitional decade. The hangover from the swinging 1960s, and before the plastic, neon decadence of the 1980s. Fueled by war, popular protests, flagrant abuse of power, environmental shocks, and economic discord, the 1970s were a synthesis of paranoia and partying in a rapidly changing world. Blood, Sweat, and Fears: Horror Inspired by the 1970s takes readers back to that diabolical decade, in an unforgettable collection of ten stories that conjure the nightmare of the 70s for a new generation. Featuring: Daniel S. Duvall * David J. Fielding • Clare Francis • John Linwood Grant • Matthew Kresal • Tiffany Morris • Gregory L. Norris • Trent Roman • John McCallum Swain • Eric Turowski
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release date: Jul 20, 2016
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Mama's Curse

Mama was born in 1939 at the end of the Great Depression. She became pregnant at age seventeen, married her Cuban-born boyfriend with who she had three children before the was 21. She left her husband when the kids were very young, which made life very hard. As the two boys got older, they turned to drugs and alcohol, whereas daughter Tia listened to Mama and went to college; and later joined the infamous Los Angeles Police Department where she promoted up through the ranks./p>

This is Tia’s story about the mother-daughter bond—and the horrible disease—the two women shared. Tia calls it “Mama’s curse.” Mama was diagnosed with breast cancer, just as Tia began her career as a police officer with the Los Angeles Police Department in 1981. As Tia rose through the ranks at work, she cared for her mother while raising her two daughters, with the support of her husband. The horrors she witnessed on the streets of LA, such as gang violence, drug abuse, and untreated mental illness, had her questioning her own generational curses, as she encountered some those woes at home with her siblings. Then the unthinkable happened. Or maybe it was destiny; like Mama, Tia was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Tia’s story is filled with tragedy and triumph. She learns from life’s hardest lessons as she fights to manage the societal woes that adversely affect her life. She comes to the conclusion that Mama’s curse, was a blessing.
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release date: Feb 22, 2000
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The Marshall Plan From Those Who Made It Succeed
The success of the Marshall Plan in the rebuilding of a Europe devastated by World War II required the challenging efforts of many men and women. 140 Marshall Plan participants attended a commemorative conference at George Washington University on June 2, l997, the fiftieth anniversary of the Plan's announcement, along with other distinguished leaders from the United States and beneficiary countries of Western Europe. The Marshall Plan From Those Who Made it Succeed includes both conference proceedings and brief narrative memoirs of participants. Interest generated by the conference and lessons learned from the Marshall Plan's success will appeal to foreign affairs students, faculty, government officials, historians, financial assistance agencies, diplomats, and citizens at home and abroad, particularly from countries receiving Marshall Plan assistance.
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