New Release Books by Paula Martin

Paula Martin is the author of Quaranta Giorni (2020), Collaborative Decision Making Toolbook (2020), Earth Songs (2018), Bone by Bone (2017) and other 15 books.

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Quaranta Giorni

release date: Nov 30, 2020
Quaranta Giorni
quarantine (n) Italian, derived from quaranta giorni, "forty days." A healing offering shared one video a day for forty days in the spring 2020 pandemic quarantine from March 22 - May 01, 2020, this collection captures the journey of isolation while reminding us how to find hope, beauty, and connection even as the world as we know it is stripped away. More than just a collection of poems, this book can be a guide on your own forty-day journey inward to heal.

Collaborative Decision Making Toolbook

release date: May 10, 2020
Collaborative Decision Making Toolbook
Learn how to make decisions together, as a team, using the tools contained in this tool book. You'll learn why collaborative decision making is important and be provided with a process to follow and tools to use whether you're making strategic or nonstrategic decisions.

Earth Songs

release date: May 01, 2018
Earth Songs
This collection of poetry was born in the cold days and long nights between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox as the earth was healing, dreaming, and mirroring the importance of going inward, whispering ancient secrets and long-forgotten truths, and, like a wise elder, telling stories to those who would listen.Paula Martin is an award-winning writer, teacher and healer who has been helping people tap into their own divine essence for over 25 years. Along with teaching creative writing, spiritual expression, and arts classes, her background includes extensive mentorships in shamanism and new-paradigm healing, attunement in Usui Reiki Level II, black belt in Cuong Nhu Martial Arts, and years of studying multiple spiritual disciplines and meditation. She is the author of the critically-acclaimed novel, Bone by Bone: A Love Story (2017).

Bone by Bone

release date: Aug 01, 2017
Bone by Bone
Inspired by the author's own search for her roots, Bone by Bone: A Love Story spans 187 years (1830-2017) and is the story of seven generations of a family and the tragedies, trauma, and ultimately love that they unknowingly pass along to their future generations. Beginning in the Choctaw homeland in Mississippi, the lineage suffers displacement, abandonment, betrayal, and rejection that are repeated generation after generation, yet the ancestral love and deep spiritual connections are also passed along, and ultimately set them all free. A story of tragedy and ancestral healing, Bone by Bone reminds us that we are all connected and loved.

Irish Intrigue

release date: Jul 31, 2017
Irish Intrigue
Ireland holds sad memories for English actress Charley Hunter, who is forced to return there to complete the filming of a TV drama series. Since she lost her husband two years earlier, the very last thing she expects is the jolt of attraction that draws her to a handsome Irish veterinary surgeon! Luke Sullivan has sworn off women with the break-up of his marriage, but how can he resist Charley? The timing is all wrong, with a series of unexplained crises at his animal clinic-and having to prepare himself for an ugly custody battle for his two children. Just when Charley and Luke trust that there may be a chance for their love to grow, a freak series of events has Luke believing Charley has endangered his children's lives-and his chance at gaining permanent custody of them. Can Charley explain what happened and regain the trust she lost in that fateful moment? Will IRISH INTRIGUE allow them a second chance at love?

Pachamama Tales: Folklore from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay

release date: Jul 31, 2014
Pachamama Tales: Folklore from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay
A bilingual collection of enchanting folk tales from the peoples of Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Uruguay, and Paraguay, accompanied by historical and geographical background as well as color photographs. • Provides ready-to-tell stories from Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Paraguay, and Uruguay that both entertain and promote multicultural awareness • An ideal resource for storytellers, folklorists, parents, librarians, Spanish instructors, and other educators who conduct storytime programs • Includes color inserts that help bring the rich folklore and culture of these South American nations to life • Stories are presented in both English and Spanish

Historic Wigtown

release date: Jan 01, 2014
Historic Wigtown
Situated in what now seems a remote corner of south-west Scotland, Wigtown was once an important county town. With its harbour and location at the lowest fording point of the River Cree, Wigtown was at one time part of a major network of land and sea routes, including a pilgrim route to Whithorn. The layout of the town is notable for its large market square, a reflection of its importance in the cattle trade in the medieval period. The town achieved burgh status in the thirteenth century, by which time it was an important trading centre, and the present arrangement of streets and burgage plots dates to this time. Today the principal access route is from the north, rather than through the East and West Ports which controlled access to the great market place. The burgh arms depict a three-masted sailing ship, demonstrating the importance placed on its maritime trade. This book examines both the town's political history, as it passed between the earldoms of Wigtown and Douglas, and its economic history, as it competed with Whithorn, before its eventual decline in the later nineteenth century. The authors use the surviving buildings to examine the development of the town from the medieval to the modern period. This book is part of the Scottish Burgh Survey - a series funded by Historic Scotland designed to identify the archaeological potential of Scotland's historic towns.

The Simplicity of Faith

release date: Jan 01, 2005
The Simplicity of Faith
Do you constantly struggle with your walk of obedience? Does the secret of faith elude you? Confound you? The first thing we discover after the honeymoon of commitment is that we dont know how to walk in faith. Is it because we dont have enough faith? We assume we should not have a problem with our walk of faith because we love God, but if the truth be known, we do--more often than we care to admit. Walking in defeat becomes the norm as we struggle to control our lives.Dont lose heart!The Simplicity of Faith offers help and hope where these and other issues are concerned.

The Pretrib Rapture

release date: Mar 01, 2008
The Pretrib Rapture
Jesus told His disciples (that includes us) to Watch for His return (Matt. 24:42) ? The rapture is a subject of much controversy. Since scholars cannot agree on the timing of the rapture, how can we know what to believe? ? Is the rapture "pie in the sky" theology? ? This book does not tread a well-worn path. The Bible has more to say about the rapture than has been previously realized. ? This oft-surprising, ground-breaking book reveals the choreographed, pretrib answer from none other than Jesus Himself. While we in the church have been arguing amongst ourselves about the timing of the rapture, some no longer look for it. Others rip the spirit from the imminent return of the Lord, teaching that He only returns at the end of human history. The Pretrib Rapture Choreographed in the Gospels can resolve doubt, bring back hope, and instill confidence in the pretrib rapture. "Paula is a penetrating thinker. What she has put together here is biblically based, well written and thought provoking. It's enlightening and well worth reading." Dr. David R. Reagan, Prophecy Teacher Founder of Lamb & Lion Ministries Host of Christ in Prophecy TV Program "As her pastor for many years, I know Paula has a great passion for the Lord's return. She has studied the Olivet Discourse for over 30 years. In this work, she respectfully challenges assumptions associated with it as she has challenged her own assumptions concerning it. The fresh insights she presents will have us all doing our homework." Jerry McAnulty, Senior Pastor Calvary Chapel, Rivergate Paula Martin, married to Allen for 47 years, is the mother of four, grandmother of 13. She graduated from Rancho Santiago College with Honors, and Department Honors in Journalism. She is the author of The Simplicity of Faith.

Heartwords

release date: Mar 14, 2012
Heartwords
A collection of poems written over various years as a personal Testament to faith. Give everyone what you owe him: If you owe taxes, pay taxes; if revenue, then revenue: if respect, then respect; if honor, then honor. Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another. (Gods Words of Life ZondervanGiftProducts from the NIV Womens Devotional Bible). This is the fi rst book of poems by Paula E. Martin. Paula resides in Cleveland, Ohio. Paula was born in New York City but has made Cleveland her home. These poems are words from my Heart to your Heart Heart Words.please enjoy Thank You!

Lochaber

release date: Jan 01, 2005
Lochaber
Lochaber is a sparsely-populated area, remote but romantic, centred on Fort William. It contains no mediaeval burgh, no major monastic site, and for its size, not even many castles. However, it does include the highest mountain in Great Britain (Ben Nevis, 4406 ft, the deepest lake in Western Europe (Loch Morar) and the most westerly point of the British mainland (Ardnamurchan Point). Daniel Defoe described it as a 'mountainous barren and frightful country ...full of hideous desert mountains and unpassable'. Much of the land surface is mountain or bog, and its coastline is indented by long sea lochs, while the interior contains some very large fresh water lochs, the longest of which are Loch Shiel, at 17 miles, and Loch Arkaig at 12 miles. The name Lochaber first appears in Adamnan's Life of St Columba (written c.690). It probably refers either to the top of Loch Linnhe, or to a possible loch, later a bog, east of Banavie. Much of the scattered population of Lochaber has always lived close to its long and sheltered coastline, and until the last 200 years most communication was by water.One local minister in the 1790s claimed, probably correctly, that Tahiti and other Pacific islands were better surveyed than parts of the west coast of Scotland. Only a few intrepid travellers came here before the nineteenth century, when roads, steam-boats and then the railway rapidly opened up the area to tourism. Attempts to introduce new industries during the twentieth century had mixed success, but the population, having declined for almost two centuries, has now stabilised. Perhaps a better understanding and de-mythologising of the past may help to develop a sustainable economy for the future. This is the first detailed historical and archaeological guide to this beautiful and little-known part of Scotland.

Getting Started in Project Management

release date: Feb 26, 2002
Getting Started in Project Management
Whether working on an international project for a Fortune 500 company or organizing a family reunion, you need effective project management to ensure timely and efficient completion of projects. This helpful guide offers explanations of everything needed to get started in project management including: how to initiate a project and lead the project team, how to structure the project and plan for resources, how to monitor and track the plan, and how to close out the project. Packed with practical advice, this book includes tips to increase success, reveals common pitfalls to avoid, and presents case studies to show and why project management actually works. Paula Martin (Torrington, CT) is the CEO of Martin Tate, a management consulting and training company. She works with project teams to help them improve performance and has been a consultant on issues related to improving organization performance for over ten years. Karen Tate (Cincinnati, OH) is the President of MartinTate and is a Project Management Professional. She has over twenty years of project management experience and teaches project management to teams in organizations around the world.

Her Only Option

release date: Apr 20, 2016
Her Only Option
Neve Dalton loves her job as a tour guide on a River Nile cruise ship as much as she values her independence. She isn't ready to settle down with her Egyptian boyfriend, despite his repeated proposals, and his father's desire to see him married. Nor is she ready to meet Ross McAllister, a compelling and fascinating archaeologist. She struggles against her growing attraction to him until she can no longer ignore what her heart is telling her. After breaking up with her boyfriend, she starts receiving cryptic messages. When Ross's work in the famous Valley of the Kings is threatened, Neve has to make a heart-breaking and life-changing decision which seems to be her only option. Can they discover whose enmity is forcing them apart before it's too late?

Fragrance of Violets

release date: Oct 17, 2015
Fragrance of Violets
Abbey Seton distrusts men, especially Jack Tremayne who destroyed their friendship when they were teenagers. Ten years later, they meet again. Can they put the past behind them? Abbey has to forgive not only Jack, but also her father who deserted his family when she was young. Jack holds himself responsible for his fiancee's death. He's also hiding another secret which threatens the fragile resumption of his relationship with Abbey. Will Abbey ever forgive him when she finds out the truth?"

Old Cupar

release date: Jan 01, 1998
Old Cupar
All the main streets including the Bonnygate, Crossgate and St Catherine Street are featured in this book, along with many pictures covering social history subjects such as the fair, floods, markets, the jail, the barracks and Houston's Hillside Foundry. There are half a dozen photos from the First World War era including ones showing Voluntary War Workers and billeted Polish troops. The human interest pictures are the strength of this title and convey a real feel for the atmosphere of the town in the 1900 to 1920 period.

Historic Fraserburgh

release date: Jan 01, 2010
Historic Fraserburgh
This survey gives an accessible and broad-ranging synthesis of the history and archaeology of Fraserburgh, and aims to pose questions for further investigation. Situated on an exposed headland on the northeast coast of Scotland, and dating from the late sixteenth century, Fraserburgh is the earliest of Scotland's `new towns', laid out to a continental-style grid. The town's origins lie in the medieval settlements of Faithlie and Broadsea down by the shore, but it takes it name from the landowner: it was Fraser's `broch' (burgh). Fraser had grand ambitions for his `broch': he invested heavily in the town's infrastructure and towards the end of the sixteenth century he sought to establish a university in the town. The town's strategic location and Episcopalian/Jacobite tendency meant that it was almost permanently garrisoned in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The town's main economic activities were trading and fishing, and over the centuries large sums were spent on building and improving the harbour facilities. For much of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries it vied with Peterhead as the busiest herring port in the UK. The book examines Fraserburgh's historic development from the late medieval period to its heyday as a fishing port in the early twentieth century. The town has received very little archaeological investigation so the authors consider where the areas of archaeological potential lie, in order to inform future management. This book is part of the Scottish Burgh Survey - a series funded by Historic Scotland designed to identify the archaeological potential of Scotland's historic towns.

The Project Management Memory Jogger

release date: Oct 01, 2010
The Project Management Memory Jogger
Updated to correspond with A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, a second edition outlines proven tips and techniques for effective project management and is augmented by new coverage of such topics as project communications, organizational change management and project contingencies.

Lives with Science

release date: Jan 01, 1993
Lives with Science
It is always inspiring to meet women who have carved out distinguished lives for themselves, often against great odds and continual frustrations - but who have managed to do this with great humour, patience and wisdom. this is the story of 10 such women.

Spanish Armada Prisoners

release date: Jan 01, 1988
Spanish Armada Prisoners
This is the story of the capture of one of the largest Spanish warships and the captivity of her crew.
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