Fiction

The Slow Rise Of Clara Daniels

Author: Christy English

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Page: 198

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The women in Clara’s family have always had a secret: they can read minds. Growing up as the last daughter of a wealthy family in the desert of Palm Springs, she has only one wish: to become a star. At sixteen, she begins her journey into Hollywood and the privileged life of a movie actress, but this time it is a privilege she will have to earn. Using her cunning, intelligence and telepathic abilities, Clara Daniels makes the slow rise that will catapult her to fame and change her life forever. But can the love of the public, of people she will never know, fill the void in her heart?
Fiction

Princess Of France

Author: Christy English

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Page: 268

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The long-awaited sequel to The Queen's Pawn. After becoming the lover of King Henry II, Princess Alais's bid for the throne fails. As Richard the Lionheart, King Henry's son, will not honor their engagement, Alais is sent away to a nunnery to live out the remaining years of her life. Imprisoned at the hands of her enemies, Princess Alais of France finds a way to escape and returns to her home in Paris. But the life of a princess is a dangerous one, and the road home beset with peril. Once she manages to return to Paris, she finds that her brother, King Philippe-Auguste, has arranged a marriage for her to shore up his political power. Condemned to yet another prison - this time a passionless marriage - Alais discovers her own path to freedom within the confines of her duty. As she begins to build a new life for herself, will she be able to find the love and joy she has always longed for?
Self-Help

Living With Joy

Author: Christy English

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Page: 24

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Living With Joy - A Short Journey Of The Soul is a group of thought experiments, meditations, and internal actions meant to bring the reader to the knowledge of their own Joy. Though each meditation is simple and short, they each have the potential to lead the reader inward, toward their heart, where Joy lives.

The Slow Rise Of Clara Daniels

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The women in Clara's family have always had a secret: they can read minds. Growing up as the last daughter of a wealthy family in the desert of Palm Springs, she has only one wish: to become a star. At sixteen, she begins her journey into Hollywood and the privileged life of a movie actress, but this time it is a privilege she will have to earn. Using her cunning, intelligence and telepathic abilities, Clara Daniels makes the slow rise that will catapult her to fame and change her life forever. But can the love of the public, of people she will never know, fill the void in her heart?
Fiction

The Slow Rise Of Clara Daniels: Premium Large Print Hardcover Edition

Author: Christy English

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Page: 272

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The women in Clara's family have always had a secret: they can read minds. Growing up as the last daughter of a wealthy family in the desert of Palm Springs, she has only one wish: to become a star. At sixteen, she begins her journey into Hollywood and the privileged life of a movie actress, but this time it is a privilege she will have to earn. Using her cunning, intelligence and telepathic abilities, Clara Daniels makes the slow rise that will catapult her to fame and change her life forever. But can the love of the public, of people she will never know, fill the void in her heart? This is the large print edition of The Slow Rise Of Clara Daniels, with a larger font / typeface for easier reading.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

New York Magazine

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Page: 120

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
New York (N.Y.)

New York

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Political Science

Conservative Innovators

Author: Ben Merriman

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

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Category: Political Science

Page: 240

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As American politics has become increasingly polarized, gridlock at the federal level has led to a greater reliance on state governments to get things done. But this arrangement depends a great deal on state cooperation, and not all state officials have chosen to cooperate. Some have opted for conflict with the federal government. Conservative Innovators traces the activity of far-right conservatives in Kansas who have in the past decade used the powers of state-level offices to fight federal regulation on a range of topics from gun control to voting processes to Medicaid. Telling their story, Ben Merriman then expands the scope of the book to look at the tactics used by conservative state governments across the country to resist federal regulations, including coordinated lawsuits by state attorneys general, refusals to accept federal funds and spending mandates, and the creation of programs designed to restrict voting rights. Through this combination of state-initiated lawsuits and new administrative practices, these state officials weakened or halted major parts of the Obama Administration’s healthcare, environmental protection, and immigration agendas and eroded federal voting rights protections. Conservative Innovators argues that American federalism is entering a new, conflict-ridden era that will make state governments more important in American life than they have been at any time in the past century.
American poetry

Poetical Quotations

Author: Thomas William Herringshaw

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Category: American poetry

Page: 384

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