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. . . and His Lovely Wife: A Campaign Memoir from the Woman Beside the Man

. . . and His Lovely Wife: A Campaign Memoir from the Woman Beside the Man

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Writing with warmth and humor, Connie Schultz reveals the rigors, joys, and absolute madness of a new marriage at midlife and campaigning with her husband, Sherrod Brown, now the junior senator from Ohio. She describes the chain of events leading up to Sherrod's decision to run for the Senate (he would not enter the fray without his wife's unequivocal support), and her own decision to step down from writing her Pulitzer Prize-winning column during the course of one of the nation's most intensely watched races. She writes about the moment her friends in the press became not so friendly, the constant campaign demands on her marriage and family life, and a personal tragedy that came out of the blue. Schultz also shares insight into the challenges of political life: dealing with audacious bloggers, ruthless adversaries, and political divas; battling expectations of a political wife; and the shock of having staffers young enough to be her children suddenly directing her every move. Connie Schultz is passionate and outspoken about her opinions-in other words, every political consultant's nightmare, and every reader's dream.

"[Schultz is] a Pulitzer Prize--winning journalist with a mordant wit. . . . The [campaign memoir] genre takes on new life."
-The Washington Post Book World

"With her characteristic wit and reportorial thoroughness, [Schultz] describes the behind-the-scenes chaos, frustration and excitement of a political campaign and the impact it has on a candidate's family."
-Minneapolis Star Tribune

"Witty and anecdotal, whether read by a Democrat or a Republican."
-Deseret Morning News

"Frank and feisty . . . a spunky tribute to the survival of one woman's spirit under conditions in which it might have been squelched."
-The Columbus Dispatch

01 Poetry Book, 1: Camillajean.com

01 Poetry Book, 1: Camillajean.com

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This is Camilla Jean Welsch's first book of poems. I hope you like it: ) Please look forward to the next volume in this series... coming soon!
27: A Comic Anthology

27: A Comic Anthology

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Stars burn hot, bright, and then go out forever. But their legacy remains. Like the smoky haze of a rock-n-roll arena show, a cloud of mystery and intrigue surrounds music's infamous "27 Club." Some of the club's more famous members include Jim Morrison (The Doors), Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), and Amy Winehouse, among many others. These fallen stars revolutionized music in their youth, only for all of them to die at the age of 27. Is it a conspiracy, or merely a coincidence?

A rocking crew of fifty-four comics creators were challenged to use their favorite song or member of the 27 Club as inspiration for new and original comic stories and vignettes. 27, A Comic Anthology is a free-form, funky collection of over 200 pages of rock-n-roll comics, featuring over twenty-seven new grooves inspired by, and in tribute to, the myth and magic of this club of lost stars and their shining, tragic legacy. Edited by Enrica Jang (Red Stylo Media), with introduction by Dr. Dianna Kenny (Sydney University, and author of "Stairway to Hell: life and death in the pop music industry")
Original comic stories, illustrated essays and art inspired by the music of:

Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), Jim Morrison (The Doors), Janis Joplin, Brian Jones (The Rolling Stones), Alexander Levy (composer), Robert Johnson, Rudy Lewis (The Drifters), Dave Alexander (The Stooges), Richey Edwards (Manic Street Preachers), Kristen Pfaff (Hole), Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jeremy Michael Ward (Mars Volta), Helmut Kollen (Triumvirat), Mia Zapata (The Gits), Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson (Canned Heat), and more!

30 Perfect Days: Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life

30 Perfect Days: Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life

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30 Perfect Days, Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life, is a story about the author's quest to live in the moment, make connections, and pay attention to what life has to offer. Like many of us, she would like a more interesting and meaningful life with a vision of what her mission is. But during an Artist's Way workshop, she wondered "what if we embrace the lives we have, day by day, trying to live each day as perfectly as possible?" By the end of her journey, Taller has learned lessons about forgiveness, faith, and acceptance, and knows first-hand that a change of approach can lead any seeker to a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Once we embrace our life as it is, patterns begin to emerge and we start to see how our own behavior has taken us to where we are today and that we've created a life that is more stressful than it needs to be because we are worrying, working towards an unrealistic vision, keeping God out of it, not asking for help, and not being forgiving enough towards ourselves or others. Each chapter can be used for journaling and reflection. Like Sue Monk Kidd's Where the Heart Is, the book challenges the reader to live more in tune with who they, and the author demonstrates tools that help people achieve abundance in ordinary life.

5 Pillars Facilitator Guide to Developing the Young, Black, Gifted Mind

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600ppm: A Novel of Climate Change

600ppm: A Novel of Climate Change

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It's 2051. Global warming has flooded eastern U.S. coastal cities. The West is a waterless desert. Refugees migrate northward. Food and water are tightly rationed amid endless war. When Jeff Claymarker's friend is wrongly convicted of murder, the only clue to the truth comes from a stash of flash drives belonging to Jeff's late uncle, a Washington climate scientist. As Jeff unravels the crime, he stumbles across a state secret that threatens to topple the government.

<3: Love Poems by Halle Preneta

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A Calculated Guess (signed)

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A Deadly Inside Scoop

A Deadly Inside Scoop

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This book kicks off a charming cozy mystery series set in an ice cream shop--with a fabulous cast of quirky characters.

Recent MBA grad Bronwyn Crewse has just taken over her family's ice cream shop in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, and she's going back to basics. Win is renovating Crewse Creamery to restore its former glory, and filling the menu with delicious, homemade ice cream flavors--many from her grandmother's original recipes. But unexpected construction delays mean she misses the summer season, and the shop has a literal cold opening: the day she opens her doors an early first snow descends on the village and keeps the customers away.

To make matters worse, that evening, Win finds a body in the snow, and it turns out the dead man was a grifter with an old feud with the Crewse family. Soon, Win's father is implicated in his death. It's not easy to juggle a new-to-her business while solving a crime, but Win is determined to do it. With the help of her quirky best friends and her tight-knit family, she'll catch the ice cold killer before she has a meltdown...

A Doctor's Memoirs of World War II (USED)

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