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For my unique and rare style of writing poetry, I received an "Editor's Choice Award" from the International Library of Poetry. What's more amazing is how my poetry writing came about and it is not just on one subject, but many. In order to find out, you will have to take a deeper look into the book and read a little about my life. There is poetry on: Inspirational, Animal's, Bird's, Insects, Nature, Patriotism and more. Some are about depression, that I thought of leaving it out at one time. But decided to include this part because it does happen in real life. People I have met on-line have given me several compliments about my writings. Some say I should make a "Children's Book" with some of the poems. One Mother said she read "Busy, Busy Bees" to her daughter, and she started singing it around the house.
Newpapers are a form of instant history, capturing forever the awe and fascination that great historical events inspire. They are also an intriguing source to return to as they reveal the contemporary view of world-changing events, before it can be shaped by subsequent developments. While newspapers have been around for centuries, it was only when the Industrial Revolution encouraged mass production that newspapers with attention-grabbing banner headlines began to be commonplace. Now that newspapers seem to be in decline, we can look back at the period from the late 19th to early 21st century as the heyday of the newspaper, as well as a period in which the world changed beyond recognition. Journalist James Maloney details the stories behind the 100 most momentous headlines, including: Abraham Lincoln Assassinated in 1865. Jack the Ripper (1888). Boer War begins (11 Oct 1899). Russian Revolution (1917). Wall Street Crashes in 1929. Hitler Sweeps to Power' in 1933. Britain declares war with Germany 3 Sept 1939). Japan declares war on US/ Attack on Pearl Harbor (7 December 1941). Communist China founded by Mao Tse-tung (1 October 1949). Watson and Crick discover DNA structure (1953). Cuban missile crisis (1962). J.F. Kennedy Assassinated (22 Nov 1963). First man on the moon/Apollo 11 (21 July 1969). Scientists identify AIDS (1981). Chernobyl (April 26 1986). Mandela (age 75) freed from jail (1990). Death of Princess Diana (31 Aug 1997). 911 terror attacks (2001). Saddam Hussein's capture (13 Dec 2003). Bin Laden Shot Dead. in 2011. Death of Steve Jobs/Apple (5 October 2011).
This book unlocks the secrets and the beauty of a historic city on a beautiful bay, and explores a remarkable peninsula that is dotted with unique coastal towns and villages: Torquay, Breamlea, Barwon Heads, Ocean Grove, Pt Lonsdale, Queenscliff, St Leonards, Indented Head, Portarlington, Drysdale and Clifton Springs. It features superb photographs from outstanding local artists - a remarkable visual essay capturing the essence of the region through the eyes of a diverse and talented group of observers. In addition, specially commissioned bird's-eye aerial photography provides a swan's perspective of the entire watery peninsula. The text, by award-winning Lonely Planet author, Richard Everist, covers the region's fascinating history and the extraordinary range of sights and activities that it encompasses. There is full coverage of parks and nature reserves, vineyards and wineries, golf courses, surfing, diving, and extensive coverage and listings of restaurants, places to stay, galleries and local events.
Ian Anderson is a mature and beautiful new voice on the literary scene. Knight is breathtaking in its scope, exquisite in its tenderness, and uplifting in its refusal to succumb to the despair which fate sometimes prepares for us. It is a story of love and valour; a story of one man’s refusal to capitulate, when all the world seemed to conspire against him. Set in the early fifteenth century, in the last days of the Age of Chivalry, this is the story of a king’s champion, who, robbed of the love and beauty of the woman who had made his life complete, and stripped of all he had worked for and achieved, still, somehow, found the will and the strength to pick himself up, and move forward again, and, in the process, carry a king to victory on the battlefields of France.This gripping work of historical fiction, weaving together strands of romance, tragedy and drama, reflects the real pain and suffering associated with loss. It exemplifies the ongoing struggle of the grieving process; between the need to retreat into the memories of the world which has been lost, and the need to find a way to move forward again. It is ultimately a book of hope, written by an author who has made the journey.
This volume provides lively and authoritative introductions to twenty-nine of the most important British and Irish poets from Geoffrey Chaucer to Philip Larkin. The list includes, among others, Shakespeare, Donne, Milton, Wordsworth, Browning, Yeats and T. S. Eliot, and represents the tradition of English poetry at its best. Each contributor offers a new assessment of a single poet's achievement and importance, with readings of the most important poems. The essays, written by leading experts, are personal responses, written in clear, vivid language, free of academic jargon, and aim to inform, arouse interest, and deepen understanding.
That Good Land is a lyrical first-person narrative chronicling the downfall of John Luther as he struggles to face the truth concerning two haunting mysteries from thirty years ago-military secrets uncovered during the fall of Saigon, and the disappearance of his wife, Rachel, two years later. Present day. When he learns his father is sick, Luther returns to Samaria, Louisiana to work on his unfinished novel about Saigon, and to finally confess to his father the truth about both events. But embarking on this quest to understand the past only sends Luther reeling within the chaos crowding in around him. It's the story of John Luther, a slightly adrift history professor and novelist, who lived among that generation who believed 'that their greatness was just down that late-night road there toward the brilliant lights of the city '
I have long loved the symphonic overtures of a brush against canvas. Th e whimsical strokes, the powerful rushes, the soft, immaculate renderings all attract me to a plain of gratitude and memories and wishful fantasies. To confess, I also wrote this collection of essays as an exercise in intellectual enrichment concerning one of my favorite subjects: great artists. I have traveled throughout the world and visited some of the most fabulous museums imaginable so I may gleam a small portion of the lives of the artists whom I selected for this brief book. I selected two great pictures for each artists: ie The Straw Hat for Rubens; Fishing Boat on the Beach for Van Gogh; Symphony in White #3 for Whistler; Tobit and Anna for Rembrandt, etc. With each artist I delved into their lives with a specific and original interpretation of why they drew as they did. I also present a brief analysis of the paintings. It would take a reader a lot of research to accumulate what I present in so brief a space. This children’s book may serve to delight the young reader to learn more of the lives of the artists who had gained fame. The etchings are replicated so the child may draw within – and yes, even outside – the lines to experience the wonder of reds and greens and blues on an imaginary canvas.

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