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Born Dead on a Winter's Night


Born Dead on a Winter’s Night


$3.99


Rolland Love was born dead in the dead of winter, still as a stone. Blue as the smoky haze that sometimes settles on the Ozark Mountains. It was a frightening scene: Doc Barnes, a tall rugged-looking man with bushy white hair, worked frantically when he realized there was trouble. His white shirt covered in blood and the flickering light of a kerosene lamp added ghost-like dimension. Cold enough to see your breath, the only source of heat came from a cast iron wood-burning stove in the living room. Love was saved because Doc carried him outside and rolled him in snow that covered the ground from a midwinter storm. The cold caused him to take a breath and began to cry. Rolland say’s he’s pretty sure starting life dead has had an effect. Often, he feels, sees or thinks about something and it stalks him. Intuition has been his companion since he was a kid. Love’s Memoir takes us back to a time when growing up meant living off the land, hunting, fishing and farming. Out of necessity, folks pulled together to make a life and find ways to have fun in the beautiful, and at times forbidding, Ozark mountains. It’s a tale of joy and learning and loss in the style of Mark Twain’s timeless adventures of Tom Sawyer. Experience a bygone era of life in a small Ozark community through the story of one boy’s coming of age in a land of rushing streams, haunted caves and deep woods.”Rolland, you are such a rare, witty, and honest writer! You bring us with you on every page.” ‪Deborah Shouse Special to The Kansas City Star ‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬Amazon Kindle – Featured Author Review – Rolland Love – “Love’s writing transfigures his Ozark Mountains stories into a series of fantastic tales Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer could have only dreamed of.”Rolland Love is an excellent storyteller. He writes about his real life experiences and he writes from the heart. Funny, too, like Mark Twain. This is not just my personal opinion. I have 4 years of 5th grade students who agree from my read

Designing for Digital Reading


Designing for Digital Reading


$40.99


Reading is a complex human activity that has evolved, and co-evolved, with technology over thousands of years. Mass printing in the fifteenth century firmly established what we know as the modern book, with its physical format of covers and paper pages, and now-standard features such as page numbers, footnotes, and diagrams. Today, electronic documents are enabling paperless reading supported by eReading technologies such as Kindles and Nooks, yet a high proportion of users still opt to print on paper before reading. This persistent habit of “printing to read” is one sign of the shortcomings of digital documents – although the popularity of eReaders is one sign of the shortcomings of paper. How do we get the best of both worlds? The physical properties of paper (for example, it is light, thin, and flexible) contribute to the ease with which physical documents are manipulated; but these properties have a completely different set of affordances to their digital equivalents. Paper can be folded, ripped, or scribbled on almost subconsciously – activities that require significant cognitive attention in their digital form, if they are even possible. The nearly subliminal interaction that comes from years of learned behavior with paper has been described as lightweight interaction, which is achieved when a person actively reads an article in a way that is so easy and unselfconscious that they are not apt to remember their actions later. Reading is now in a period of rapid change, and digital text is fast becoming the predominant mode of reading. As a society, we are merely at the start of the journey of designing truly effective tools for handling digital text. This book investigates the advantages of paper, how the affordances of paper can be realized in digital form, and what forms best support lightweight interaction for active reading. To understand how to design for the future, we review the ways reading technology and reader behavior have both changed and remained

Kindle Fire HD For Dummies


Kindle Fire HD For Dummies


$12.99


Movies, apps, games, e-books, and more – enjoy them all on the hottest device in town – the Kindle Fire HD! From its stunning color touchscreen to its ultrafast speed, the Kindle Fire HD is sparking everyone’s interest. This full-color guide will have you blazing through the web, staying entertained with the latest apps and games, watching your favorite TV shows and movies, and, of course, reading magazines, newspapers, and books to indulge all your interests. Whether this is your first tablet or you’re upgrading from another device, you’ll get to know your Kindle Fire HD and rekindle your love of reading with Kindle Fire HD For Dummies! Covers the Kindle Fire HD and original Kindle Fire Helps you navigate the interface, customize your settings, get connected, and take advantage of Amazon Cloud Shows you how to work with the built-in apps and find new ones to to try out from the Amazon Appstore Explains how to fill your Kindle Fire with cool stuff – from movies and music to videos, photos, apps, e-books, and more Walks you through using Amazon’s incredibly smooth Amazon Silk web browser to find anything you need online and keep in touch with e-mail, Skype, Facebook, and Twitter Light ‘er up and unleash the fun with Kindle Fire HD For Dummies!

Manufactured Light


Manufactured Light


$52


Complex and time-consuming to produce, iron-ore mirrors stand out among Prehispanic artifacts for their aesthetic beauty, their symbolic implications, and the complexity and skill of their assembly. Manufactured Light presents the latest archaeological research on these items, focusing on the intersection of their significance and use and on the technological aspects of the manufacturing processes that created them. The volume covers the production, meaning, and utilization of iron-ore mirrors in various Mesoamerican communities. Chapters focus on topics such as experimental archaeology projects and discussions of workshops in archaeological contexts in the Maya, Central Mexico, and northwest Mexico regions. Other chapters concentrate on the employment and ideological associations of these mirrors in Prehispanic times, especially as both sacred and luxury items. The final chapters address continuities in the use of mirrors from Prehispanic to modern times, especially in contemporary indigenous communities, with an emphasis on examining the relationship between ethnographic realities and archaeological interpretations. While the symbolism of these artifacts and the intricacy of their construction have long been recognized in archaeological discussions, Manufactured Light is the first synthesis of this important yet under-studied class of material culture. It is a must-read for students and scholars of Mesoamerican archaeology, ethnography, religion, replicative experimentation, and lithic technology. Contirbutors include: Marc G. Blainey, Thomas Calligaro, Carrie L. Dennett, Emiliano Gallaga, Julie Gazzola, Sergio Gómez Chávez, Olivia Kindl, Brigitte Kovacevich, Achim Lelgemann, José J. Lunazzi, John J. McGraw, Emiliano Melgar, Joseph Mountjoy, Reyna Solis, and Karl Taube.

The Battle for Borobudur


The Battle for Borobudur


$2.95


If you love action and suspense. If you love mystery. If you’re looking for a book that you can’t put down, this is the book for you! Check out these recommendations from others! Great Book! By H.WidlundA great adventure filled book! A little confusing at some points, but over all an amazing book. The twists and turns have you on the edge of your seat. The characters are lovable and genuine. The illustrations are awesome and have lots of detail. I can’t wait to read the next book because I’m sure I’ll gobble it up just like this one!A Good BookBy Mark AccardoThis review is from: The Battle for Borobudur (The Adventures of Orlando Decius) (Kindle Edition)This is the best book i have ever read and im very picky about what i read seorously peole you must read this i enjoy it so much.A book my son wouldn’t put down! By C.E. KuykendallI bought this book for my 12 year old son. I can tell he loved it because he read it at the breakfast table, at night under the covers with a flash light and every spare moment until he finished it! I am so excited to see him reading! He can’t wait for the next book!

View of a Cemetery ~ Victorian Romance and Erotica


View of a Cemetery ~ Victorian Romance and Erotica


$0.99


The first snow has already fallen and covered London in white.A lone writer by the name of William is working late, when he notices a flickering light opposite the street in the neglected Winchester cemetery. He decides to investigate it further…An extract from the story:”…Not responsible for my actions…” she whispered slowly and stood up, tip-toe, and kissed him. He was too surprised to draw back and when he tried, she had already placed her unexpectedly strong arms around his neck and he lacked the strength to pry them away. In fact, he felt strangely helpless, like it was someone else who acted instead of him, as he kissed her back. His hands involuntarily reached her waist and pulled her closer. She, on the other hand, shredded his clothes like they were made of paper and pulled him down towards the floor with him on top of her. Keywords: Yearning, vampires, vulnerability, hunger, mild ravishment. About the author: Lady T.L. Jennings is a secretive writer who loves the Victorian era, afternoon tea, and small obedient dogs. She lives in Oxfordshire, England, and writes Victorian erotica and romance short stories with a dash of gothic mystique, usually after midnight and by candle light. She collects corsets, lovers, and books. Reviews:”I loved this! Descriptive, sensual and a very pleasant read. I enjoyed it very much.”.It’s a lovely story.”Rated four stars by reader’s reviews. Details: Category: Victorian Romance and EroticaFormat: Kindle eBookWritten and published: 2011Length: Short and sweet (~2900 words)Publisher: My Secret QuillAlso by Lady T.L. Jennings:~ Lust and Lace ~A Victorian Romance and Erotic short story collection. Vol. I~ Corsets and Cravings ~A Victorian Romance and Erotic short story collection. Vol. II~ Secrets and Seduction ~A Victorian Romance and Erotic short story collection. Vol. III. Is to be released 2013
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