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The Starlit Door

by Iona Jenkins

This second collection of Iona’s poetry and reflections opens up a Starlit Door of possibility. Circle the wheel of the year in a stream of words and colour, discover mysterious mystical places where landscapes and dreamscapes merge, where hidden magic stirs the imagination and evokes a sense of wonder.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Poetry, Criticism & Theory
Size: 138 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.50 / 5
5 reviews

Henry James: The Complete Collection

by Henry James

Genre: Arts & Photography, Theater, Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Investing, Industries & Professions, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, British, Drama & Plays, World Literature, Travel, Europe, United States, Essays & Correspondence, Letters & Correspondence, Criticism & Theory
Size: 13583 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.40 / 5
4 reviews

Bread and Circuses: Theories of Mass Culture As Social Decay

by Patrick Brantlinger

Lively and well written, Bread and Circuses analyzes theories that have treated mass culture as either a symptom or a cause of social decadence. Discussing many of the most influential and representative theories of mass culture, it ranges widely from Greek and Roman origins, through Marx, Nietzsche, Freud, Ortega y Gasset, T. S. Eliot, and the theorists of the Frankfurt Institute, down to Marshall McLuhan and Daniel Bell. Brantlinger considers the many versions of negative classicism and shows how the belief in the historical inevitability of social decay—a belief today perpetuated by the mass media themselves—has become the dominant view of mass culture in our time. While not defending mass culture in its present form, Brantlinger argues that the view of culture implicit in negative classicism obscures the question of how the media can best be used to help achieve freedom and enlightenment on a truly democratic basis.

Genre: History, World, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 312 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.30 / 5
4 reviews

Literary Transcendentalism: Style and Vision in the American Renaissance

by Lawrence Buell

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Genre: History, Americas, United States, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books, Movements & Periods
Size: 336 pages
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Reappraisals: Shifting Alignments in Postwar Critical Theory

by Peter Uwe Hohendahl

Reappraisals is a provocative account of the development of modern critical theory in Germany and the United States. Focusing on the period since World War II, Peter Uwe Hohendahl explores key debates on the function of critical theory, illuminating the diverse positions and alliances among the participants. Bringing together six essays, as well as new introductory and concluding chapters, Hohendahl interprets and subjects to critical scrutiny many of the central ideas of the Frankfurt School. He first maps the trajectory of neomarxist criticism in Germany to the 1980s. Individual chapters then focus on the work of Georg Lukacs, Theodor W. Adorno, and Jürgen Habermas, and on such issues as the politicization of German criticism after 1965 under the influence of the Frankfurt School.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books, Movements & Periods
Size: 247 pages
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Russian Formalism: A Metapoetics

by Peter Steiner

Russian Formalism, one of the twentieth century's most important movements in literary criticism, has received far less attention than most of its rivals. Examining Formalism in light of more recent developments in literary theory, Peter Steiner here offers the most comprehensive critique of Formalism to date. Steiner studies the work of the Formalists in terms of the major tropes that characterized their thought. He first considers those theorists who viewed a literary work as a mechanism, an organism, or a system. He then turns to those who sought to reduce literature to its most basic element—language—and who consequently replaced poetics with linguistics. Throughout, Steiner elucidates the basic principles of the Formalists and explores their contributions to the study of poetics, literary history, the theory of literary genre, and prosody. Russian Formalism is an authoritative introduction to the movement that was a major precursor of contemporary critical thought.

Genre: History, Europe, Russia, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 278 pages
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Postcolonialism Cross-Examined: Multidirectional Perspectives on Imperial and Colonial Pasts and the Neocolonial Present (Routledge Philosophers in Focus Series)

by Monika Albrecht

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Politics & Social Sciences, Philosophy, Criticism & Theory
Size: 308 pages
Free download for Kindle from 18 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 3.80 / 5
4 reviews

Helltown: An occult horror mystery (World's Scariest Places Book 3)

by Jeremy Bates

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"Bates never shies away from the bad or the ugly" - San Francisco Book Review

Since the 1980s there have been numerous reports of occult activity and other possibly supernatural phenomenon within certain villages and townships of Summit County, Ohio - an area collectively known as Helltown.

When a group of out-out-town friends investigating the legends are driven off the road by a mysterious hearse, their night of cheap thrills turns to chills as they begin to die one by one.

Interview with the Author
Q - So, who are your favorite authors and why?

A – I grew up reading all the big names in horror like Stephen King and Dean Koontz and James Herbert and Clive Barker. I’ve also always enjoyed Bentley Little and Richard Laymon. Recently I'm getting into some new names like Bobby Adair and Joe Hill and Blake Crouch.

Why do I like them? The answer to that is pretty simple. They write fantastic horror stories that check all the boxes: realistic characters, real chills, lurking dread, danger, lightning-fast pacing, plots full of twists and turns. And they also experiment with other genres, mixing horror with sci fi, psychological suspense, crime thrillers, and so forth.

Q - What other books do you have available?

A – I started out writing in the suspense genre with White Lies. Then I moved on to action/adventure with The Taste of Fear. However, now I am firmly in the horror game. They are as follows in order of publication:

- White Lies
- The Taste of Fear
- Suicide Forest
- Black Canyon
- The Catacombs
- Run
- Helltown

Q - So, why should readers give these books a try?

A - Because they are fast and fun and include quite a few surprises and scares (and the occasional touch of humor). Each book has hit the top ten bestsellers list in Kindle’s Suspense and Thriller categories, and each has been featured on Amazon's Thrillers 100 Must Reads list.

Jeremy Bates eBook Categories:
- Thrillers and Mysteries Best Sellers
- Thrillers 100 Must Reads
- Best Horror Novels
- Best Suspense Novels
- Best Thriller Novels
- Top Horror Novels
- Horror Best Sellers
- Mystery Best Sellers
- British Horror
- Occult thrillers
- Supernatural thrillers
- Paranormal psychics
-Ghosts & Haunted Houses

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Horror, Occult, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Suspense, Religion & Spirituality, Criticism & Theory, British, Classics
Size: 257 pages
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Clarissa's Ciphers: Meaning and Disruption in Richardson's Clarissa

by Terry Castle

As Samuel Richardson's 'exemplar to her sex,’ Clarissa in the eponymous novel published in 1748 is the paradigmatic female victim. In Clarissa’s Ciphers, Terry Castle delineates the ways in which, in a world where only voice carries authority, Clarissa is repeatedly silenced, both metaphorically and literally. A victim of rape, she is first a victim of hermeneutic abuse. Drawing on feminist criticism and hermeneutic theory, Castle examines the question of authority in the novel. By tracing the patterns of abuse and exploitation that occur when meanings are arbitrarily and violently imposed, she explores the sexual politics of reading.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences, Women's Studies, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 208 pages
Free download for Kindle from 18 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Seductive Reasoning: Pluralism as the Problematic of Contemporary Literary Theory

by Ellen Rooney

Seductive Reasoning takes a provocative look at contemporary Anglo-American literary theory, calling into question the critical consensus on pluralism's nature and its status in literary studies. Drawing on the insights of Marxist and feminist critical theory and on the works of Althusser, Derrida, and Foucault, Rooney reads the pluralist’s invitation to join in a "dialogue" as a seductive gesture. Critics who respond find that they must seek to persuade all of their potential readers. Rooney examines pluralism as a form of logic in the work of E. D. Hirsch, as a form of ethics for Wayne Booth, as a rhetoric of persuasion in the books of Stanley Fish. For Paul de Man, Rooney argues, pluralism was a rhetoric of tropes just as it was, for Fredric Jameson, a form of politics.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Philosophy, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 254 pages
Free download for Kindle from 18 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.70 / 5
5 reviews

Painting Dragons: What Storytellers Need to Know About Writing Eunuch Villains

by Tucker Lieberman

Monstrous: physically, mentally, morally. Castrated men are often portrayed this way in fiction. What’s the “evil eunuch” stereotype, and why do novelists reproduce it?In Painting Dragons: What Storytellers Need to Know About Writing Eunuch Villains, Tucker Lieberman explores the stereotypes that fashion these cruel, warped characters. He encourages fiction writers to change the game.

Genre: Gay & Lesbian, Literary Criticism, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 132 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.10 / 5
4 reviews

Still Waters (Sandhamn Murders Book 1)

by Viveca Sten

On a hot July morning on Sweden’s idyllic vacation island of Sandhamn, a man takes his dog for a walk and makes a gruesome discovery: a body, tangled in fishing net, has washed ashore.Police detective Thomas Andreasson is the first to arrive on the scene. Before long, he has identified the deceased as Krister Berggren, a bachelor from the mainland who has been missing for months. All signs point to an accident—until another brutalized corpse is found at the local bed-and-breakfast. But this time it is Berggren’s cousin, whom Thomas interviewed in Stockholm just days before.As the island’s residents reel from the news, Thomas turns to his childhood friend, local lawyer Nora Linde. Together, they attempt to unravel the riddles left behind by these two mysterious outsiders—while trying to make sense of the difficult twists their own lives have taken since the shared summer days of their youth.

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs, Arts & Literature, Ethnic & National, Historical, Leaders & Notable People, Memoirs, Professionals & Academics, Reference & Collections, Regional U.S., Specific Groups, Travel, Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Holidays & Celebrations, Computers & Technology, Cookbooks, Food & Wine, Baking, Canning & Preserving, Cooking by Ingredient, Culinary Arts & Techniques, Drinks & Beverages, Gastronomy, Meals, Natural Foods, Outdoor Cooking, Professional Cooking, Quick & Easy, Reference, Regional & International, Sp
Size: 387 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Novels, Readers, and Reviewers: Responses to Fiction in Antebellum America

by Nina Baym

This book describes and characterizes responses of American readers to fiction in the generation before the Civil War. It is based on close examination of the reviews of all novels—both American and European—that appeared in major American periodicals during the years 1840–1860, a period in which magazines, novels, and novel reviews all proliferated. Nina Baym makes uses of the reviews to gain information about the formal, aesthetic, and moral expectations of reviewers. Her major conclusion is that the accepted view about the American novel before the Civil War—the view that the atmosphere in America was hostile to fiction—is a myth. There is compelling evidence, she shows, for the existence of a veritable novel industry and, concomitantly, a vast audience for fiction in the 1840s and 1850s.

Genre: History, Americas, United States, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 288 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 3.90 / 5
4 reviews

William Shakespeare: The Complete Works (Illustrated)

by William Shakespeare

This collection gathers together the works by William Shakespeare in a single, convenient, high quality, and extremely low priced Kindle volume!The ComediesA Midsummer Night's DreamAll's Well That Ends WellAs You Like ItLove’s Labour ’s LostMeasure for MeasureMuch Ado About NothingThe Comedy of ErrorsThe Merchant of VeniceThe Merry Wives of WindsorThe Taming of the ShrewThe Two Gentlemen of VeronaTwelfth Night; or, What you willThe RomancesCymbelinePericles, Prince of TyreThe TempestThe Winter's TaleThe TragediesKing LearRomeo and JulietThe History of Troilus and CressidaThe Life and Death of Julius CaesarThe Life of Timon of AthensThe Tragedy of Antony and CleopatraThe Tragedy of CoriolanusThe Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of DenmarkThe Tragedy of MacbethThe Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of VeniceTitus AndronicusThe HistoriesThe Life and Death of King JohnThe Life and Death of King Richard the SecondThe Tragedy of King Richard the ThirdThe first part of King Henry the FourthThe second part of King Henry the FourthThe Life of King Henry VThe first part of King Henry the SixthThe second part of King Henry the SixthThe third part of King Henry the SixthThe Life of King Henry the EighthThe Poetical WorksThe SonnetsSonnets to Sundry Notes of MusicA Lover's ComplaintThe Rape of LucreceVenus and AdonisThe Phoenix and the TurtleThe Passionate Pilgrim

Genre: Arts & Photography, Theater, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Drama & Plays, British, Shakespeare, Anthologies & Literature Collections, Criticism & Theory, Poetry
Size: 5185 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Nymphalis carmen: Nympholepsy in Nabokov’s Oeuvre

by Mo Ibrahim

From MARY to LOLITA to THE ORIGINAL OF LAURA and more, this book mines Nabokov's oeuvre for example of nymphets, nympholepts, and nympholepsy.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 106 pages
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The Shakespeare Quiz: 425 Questions with Answers, Commentary, and Essays

by Lulu Galah

Genre: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, World Literature, British, Shakespeare, Nonfiction, Humor, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 148 pages
Free download for Kindle from 16 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Decadent Genealogies: The Rhetoric of Sickness from Baudelaire to D'Annunzio

by Barbara Spackman

Barbara Spackman here examines the ways in which decadent writers adopted the language of physiological illness and alteration as a figure for psychic otherness. By means of an ideological and rhetorical analysis of scientific as well as literary texts, she shows how the rhetoric of sickness provided the male decadent writer with an alibi for the occupation and appropriation of the female body.

Genre: Gay & Lesbian, Literary Criticism, History, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Professional & Technical, Medical eBooks, Nonfiction, Professional Science, Science & Math, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 232 pages
Free download for Kindle from 16 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Poets, Patrons, and Printers: Crisis of Authority in Late Medieval France

by Cynthia J. Brown

Cynthia J. Brown explains why the advent of print in the late medieval period brought about changes in relationships among poets, patrons, and printers which led to a new conception of authorship.Examining such paratextual elements of manuscripts as title pages, colophons, and illustrations as well as such literary strategies as experimentation with narrative voice, Brown traces authors' attempts to underscore their narrative presence in their works and to displace patrons from their role as sponsors and protectors of the book. Her accounts of the struggles of poets, including Jean Lemaire, Jean Bouchet, Jean Molinet, and Pierre Gringore, over the design, printing, and sale of their books demonstrate how authors secured the status of literary proprietor during the transition from the culture of script and courtly patronage to that of print capitalism.

Genre: History, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Criticism & Theory, Movements & Periods
Size: 292 pages
Free download for Kindle from 16 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.80 / 5
5 reviews

Fashion Figures: How Missy the Mathlete Made the Cut

by Melissa A. Borza

Genre: Business & Investing, Business Life, Management & Leadership, Computers & Technology, Microsoft, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Schools & Teaching, Parenting & Relationships, Literature Guides, Professional & Technical, Accounting & Finance, Professional Science, Science & Math, Education, Sexuality, Teen & Young Adult, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 109 pages
Free download for Kindle from 16 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 4.40 / 5
4 reviews

Not You It's Me (A Boston Love Story Book 1)

by Julie Johnson

#1 BEST SELLER IN HUMOROUS FICTION!

Gemma Summers is unlucky in love.
She’s known it since third grade, when her first crush blew a spitball into her hair, and a decade-long string of bad dates, boring sex, and abysmal morning-afters has done nothing to improve her prospects.
But when a random radio call-in contest lands her courtside tickets to the hottest playoff game of the season, Gemma’s luck may finally be on the upswing — even if it doesn’t exactly seem like it when the dreaded jumbotron kiss-cam lands on her and her date, who’s too busy ignoring her to notice…

Chase Croft doesn’t date.
Despite ample opportunity as Boston’s most eligible bachelor, the reformed bad-boy would rather put his energy into taking over the family business than weed through a world of gold-diggers to find an honest woman.
But when the beautiful girl in the seat next to him becomes a courtside spectacle at the hands of her loser boyfriend, he can’t help but step in and save the day.

One kiss. Two strangers. No strings attached.
The only problem is, Chase is used to getting whatever he wants. And after kissing Gemma once, he knows one thing…
He wants more.


NOT YOU IT’S ME is a full-length, standalone contemporary romance about a girl who doesn’t believe in love… and the man who changes her mind. Due to sexy-times and strong language, it is intended for readers 17 and up.

Genre: Arts & Photography, Individual Artists, Fashion, Biographies & Memoirs, Historical, Memoirs, Professionals & Academics, Specific Groups, Children's eBooks, Arts, Music & Photography, Computers & Technology, History, Literature & Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels, Mysteries & Detectives, Geography & Cultures, Biographies, Holidays & Celebrations, Sports & Outdoors, Manga, Databases, Microsoft, Software, Cookbooks, Food & Wine, Baking, Cooking by Ingredient, Culinary Arts & Techniques, Drinks & Beverages, Meals, Professional Cooking, Quick
Size: 389 pages
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Vertygo – The Suicide of Lukas

by Marcus Deminco

NOTE OF CLARIFICATIONThe first publication of this book was considered to have an inductive content to suicidal practices. In order to follow legal guidelines, this English version had modified part of its original content in compliance to Article 122 of the Penal Code of Brazil. The author is subjected to the penalty of detention if does not comply with this law.Multiverse Delirium or Fantasy? Synchronicity, Coincidence or Destiny? Parallel Universe, Hallucination or Fugue of reality? - READ THIS BOOK AND DISCOVER VERTYGO! Amid thoughts of suicide, and through characters alluding to Greek mythology, this book will guide you through a fascinating, unpredictable journey surrounded by mysteries: incredible coincidences that challenge chances (Synchronicity) and the coexistence of Parallel Universes, which can only be accessed when there is a rupture with lucidity due to some extremely traumatic event and when a wild person begins to live real life simultaneously within Alternate Reality... And as far as his friends and relatives tell, something like that happened to Lukas that morning when he decided to die [...]

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs, Leaders & Notable People, Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Psychology & Counseling, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Contemporary Fiction, Literary Fiction, Nonfiction, Literary, Criticism & Theory
Size: 193 pages
Free download for Kindle from 15 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Private Goes Public: Self-Narrativisation in Brian Friel's Plays (Schweizer Anglistische Arbeiten (SAA) Book 140)

by Gaby Frey

In Brian Friel's writing, the distinction between public and private is closely linked to the concepts of home, family, identity and truth. This study examines the characters' excessive introspection and their deep-seated need to disclose their most intimate knowledge and private truths to define who they are and, thus, to oppose dominant discourse or avoid heteronomy. This study begins by investigating how a number of Anglo-Irish writers publicised their characters' private versions of truth thereby illustrating what they perceived to be the space of 'Irishness'. The book then focuses on Friel's techniques of sharing his character's private views to demonstrate how he adopted and adapted these practices in his own oeuvre. As the characters' superficial inarticulateness and their vivid inner selves are repeatedly juxtaposed in Friel's texts, his oeuvre, quintessentially, displays a great unease with the concepts of communication and absolute truth.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 271 pages
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Borderwork: Feminist Engagements with Comparative Literature (Reading Women Writing)

by Margaret R. Higonnet

The first book to assess the impact of feminist criticism on comparative literature, Borderwork recharts the intellectual and institutional boundaries on that discipline. The seventeen essays collected here, most published for the first time, together call for the contextualization of the study of comparative literature within the areas of discourse, culture, ideology, race, and gender. Contributors: Bella Brodzki, VèVè A. Clark, Chris Cullens, Greta Gaard, Sabine Gölz, Sarah Webster Goodwin, Margaret R. Higonnet, Marianne Hirsch, Susan Sniader Lanser, Françoise Lionnet, Fedwa Malti-Douglas, Lore Metzger, Nancy K. Miller, Obioma Nnaemakea, Rajeswari Sunder Rajan, Anca Vlasopolos.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Women's Studies, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 352 pages
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Critical Terrains: French and British Orientalisms

by Lisa Lowe

Examining and historicizing the concept of "otherness" in both literature and criticism, Lisa Lowe explores representations of non-European cultures in British and French writings from the eighteenth through the twentieth century. Lowe traces the intersections of culture, class, and sexuality in Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s Turkish Embassy Letters and Montesquieu’s Lettres persanes and discusses tropes of orientalism, racialism, and romanticism in Flaubert. She then turns to debates in Anglo-American and Indian criticism on Forster’s Passage to India and on the utopian projection of China in the poststructuralist theories of Julia Kristeva and Roland Barthes and in the journal Tel Quel.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 240 pages
Free download for Kindle from 15 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 2.80 / 5
3 reviews

Times Up Part 1: The Apocalypse! What will happen in the end times!

by DANIEL HILL

MUST READ BEFORE BUYING AUDIOBOOK SERIES THIS IS NOT AN EBOOK. It is strictly and audiobook. I just uploaded the conversational screenplay so that you can get the link to the audiobook. DO NOT DOWNLOAD THE EBOOK. Remember just a link to get to the audiobook. DO NOT PAY FOR THE EBOOK. Now that is understood. Let’s talk about this audiobook seriesWhat will happen in the end timesIn the end we all know it’s going to end by fire. But, will it be the fire from out or the fire from within. We all believe that the sun may explode but what if we cause it by doing all of this digging and cause the fire that will destroy the Earth to come from under us. Times Up 1 and 2 are centered around a small town in Tennessee and Nashville Tennessee. It covers everything such as: giving up on god because of loss, strip club audiobooks, hearing god every day, books on people god can use, what will happen in the end times, books about people not following god and giving up on god. I know what you are thinking. Mixing God and strip club audiobooks in the same sentence. Trust me this book covers everything from crooked pastors, to greedy businessmen, demons, angels, God, Satan, to people trying to follow god all the way to people who hate god. Also it written as a conversational audiobook! So no plain dull reading but actually talking. So it seems like you are actually there and you are listening to a movie! There are many characters in this series but the four main characters are fighting daily battles in their lives about what to do. One character is a preacher who walked away from god. Another a scientist who doesn’t believe in god but is having trouble not believing when his life starts to change. Then the other two wondering why they are working at this strip club when both of them hate it. As you can see these two books about people not following god will cover everything and probably surprise you with its message. Now I know you have some questions about how to search for it which you will find out below. Categories and Topics 1.giving up on god because of loss2.strip club audiobooks3.hearing god every day 4.books on people god can use5.what will happen in the end times6. the battle against angels and demons 7.books about people not following god •Let’s start off with the main two questions you have. Why are these books on people god can use and strip club audiobooks? Great questions. In life there are people praying Lord please get my spouse out of the strip club, my child out of the drug house, bad situations or anything else that is hurting them. Then when He does people praise Him. But when someone talks, writes, or makes movies about Jesus saving people there or bringing people out, they say He wouldn’t do it. Even though He just did it for them. Time is out for that. We must understand Jesus is not scared to go anywhere to save his children and to bring them home.•People are always easily ready to give up on god. You have probably read books about people not following god because of pain or maybe a struggle. A lot of times they are giving up on god because of loss of a loved one. Even though you are walking away from god he never gives up on you which you will learn in this book.•So, what will happen in the end times? In the end there is only going to be two place you could go. That is to Heaven or Hell. It is a rough thing to think about but it is always good to know the truth. This is always why we should try our best to be listening and hearing god every day in our lives. Thank you for reading. If you decide to buy the series then please come back and leave an honest review. Thanks again. Here are the categories you can find it under: giving up on god because of loss, strip club audiobooks, hearing god every day, books on people god can use, what will happen in the end times, giving up on god and books about people not following god.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Drama & Plays, Religious & Liturgical, Teen & Young Adult, Social Issues, Contemporary Fiction, Religious
Size: 278 pages
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Novel Study Reading Guide: for Girl Desecrated and Other Vampire Books (Impress Your Book Club 1)

by Cheryl R Cowtan

Want to impress your book club, improve your writing, or get an A+ on that essay? Well, now you can with in-depth knowledge of themes, characters, settings, plot points and more book club and literary exploration into the Vampire, Gothic, Horror and Dark Fantasy genres! This is the novel study and enhanced reading guide for the gothic, psychological thriller, and first in The Fergus She series, "Girl Desecrated"!Written by award-winning educator and author, Cheryl R Cowtan, this guide will spike your enjoyment of "Girl Desecrated" to a whole new level of "wow-factor", and help you understand the themes, motifs and tropes of Vampire literature within the novel. This book also includes examples from Anne Rice, Stephen King, and Stephenie Myer's works as well as multiple examples from popular modern vampire and paranormal romance novels. Study the writer's creation of a vampire with examples from popular culture vampire novelsDiscover vampire lore, the history of vampire literature and more. Deconstruct juicy literary techniques and discover how they function in the bigger plot and writer's purposeGain access to a genuine psychoanalysis of Girl Desecrated's main character, Rachel, created by a clinical psychologist Discover popular character traits of those strong female characters and leads that are falling for vampires, becoming vampires, going to vampire school or slaying vamps. Get inside the author's head with in-depth interviews on the motivations behind the story of Girl Desecrated, the author's life-long attraction to the genre, and the writer's journey from draft to publication. Extra Bonus! For fans of the Fergus She Series!Read the lost chapters of "Man-Boy", janitor at the Homeward Sanatorium, where Rachel's mother is imprisoned for madness. Buy now to begin impressing your book club members and teachers with in-depth understanding behind the characters, themes, conflicts, and symbols in the first book of the Fergus She series, “Girl Desecrated” and other popular vampire literature.How Writers "Raise" the UndeadFrom “Dracula” to “Twilight”How to Read a Ghost StoryThe Lost Man-Boy ChaptersLiterary Devices ExplainedVampire History and LoreDetailed Novel SynopsisHow to write vampire literature

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Criticism & Theory
Size: 109 pages
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Interpreting Greek Tragedy: Myth, Poetry, Text

by Charles Segal

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Criticism & Theory
Size: 384 pages
Free download for Kindle from 14 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Picture-Book Professors: Academia and Children's Literature (Elements in Publishing and Book Culture)

by Melissa Terras

How is academia portrayed in children's literature? This Element ambitiously surveys fictional professors in texts marketed towards children, who are overwhelmingly white and male, tending to be elderly scientists. Professors fall into three stereotypes: the vehicle to explain scientific facts, the baffled genius, and the evil madman. By the late twentieth century, the stereotype of the male, mad, muddlehead, called Professor SomethingDumb, is formed in humorous yet pejorative fashion. This Element provides a publishing history of the role of academics in children's literature, questioning the book culture which promotes the enforcement of stereotypes regarding intellectual expertise in children's media. This title is also available, with additional material, as Open Access.

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Writing, Research & Publishing Guides, Teen & Young Adult, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 152 pages
Free download for Kindle from 14 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Constructions of Cancer in Early Modern England: Ravenous Natures (Palgrave Studies in Literature, Science and Medicine)

by Alanna Skuse

This book is open access under a CC-BY licence. Cancer is perhaps the modern world's most feared disease. Yet, we know relatively little about this malady's history before the nineteenth century. This book provides the first in-depth examination of perceptions of cancerous disease in early modern England. Looking to drama, poetry and polemic as well as medical texts and personal accounts, it contends that early modern people possessed an understanding of cancer which remains recognizable to us today. Many of the ways in which medical practitioners and lay people imagined cancer – as a 'woman's disease' or a 'beast' inside the body – remain strikingly familiar, and they helped to make this disease a byword for treachery and cruelty in discussions of religion, culture and politics. Equally, cancer treatments were among the era's most radical medical and surgical procedures. From buttered frog ointments to agonizing and dangerous surgeries, they raised abiding questions about the nature of disease and the proper role of the medical practitioner.

Genre: History, Europe, World, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Professional & Technical, Medical eBooks, Nonfiction, Professional Science, Science & Math, History & Philosophy, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books, Movements & Periods
Size: 240 pages
Free download for Kindle from 13 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Academic Book of the Future

by Rebecca E. Lyons

This book is open access under a CC-BY licence.What makes a book 'academic'? What spaces, physical and digital, can they be found in? How are they made, bought, and read? These questions are tackled by a cross-section of thirteen experts from the fields of bookselling, publishing, university libraries, and academic research in this volume of essays, which was produced in conjunction with the team from the AHRC/British Library Academic Book of the Future Project as an accelerated publishing challenge for the first ever Academic Book Week. The topics include campus bookshops and bookselling, the role of national libraries, Open Access, the Research Excellence Framework, and publishing innovation. The approaches explore the realities of the present and venture all the way through to possible futures. There is something here for everyone who is connected to academic books – however these are defined, and whatever shape they are read in.

Genre: Arts & Photography, Performing Arts, Theater, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Schools & Teaching, College & University, Professional & Technical, Professional Science, Writing, Research & Publishing Guides, Science & Math, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books
Size: 120 pages
Free download for Kindle from 13 February 2020 onward PDT/PST 

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