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1 Swaying - Jessie Carroll Grearson
Auteur : Jessie Carroll Grearson
Genre : Family & Relationships
Intercultural couples struggle, often quite successfully, with the kind of questions anyone who wants to live responsibly in a multicultural world must raise. They live, as we must all learn to do, in a place where multiple cultures find expression. This engaging anthology of literary nonfiction celebrates the creative potential of choosing diversity and explores in many voices the real-life social, cultural, and spiritual consequences of this choice. These are the honest voices of women who have made commitments across national and cultural lines, who have moved toward the revitalizing and educating potential of such partnerships.

Chandelier
2 The Swaying Chandelier - Cremston Myers
Auteur : Cremston Myers
Genre : Fiction & Literature
The Humming Bird.

My attention was caught by these words taken from the book Things Fall a Part

African Proverb

Since Men has learned how to shoot without missing

(You are being preyed upon)

The Humming Bird has learned how to feed without ever perching.

(Xaymica infiltrado Americano)

(Your life has to be an exact case study)

During the 80s I migrated to NYC. In NYC, I attended JHS 204; I graduated and went on to attend LIC High School. I graduated from William Cullen Bryant High School in 1988; however, I identified myself with the kids from LIC and Queens Bridge. I was recruited to attend the Criminal Justice Program at John Jay College. Seven years later, I completed my studies; I had completed all relevant credits in the Masters of Art criminal Justice Program. I had a specialty in crimina

Treetops
3 Swaying in the Treetops - Scott and Katherine Rosenow
Auteur : Scott and Katherine Rosenow
Genre : Family & Relationships
“When Christians seek out and care for the orphan in distress, it makes the Gospel vibrantly visible in both its beauty and its costliness. Nowhere is that more true than with the Rosenow family. Their story weaves an unforgettable journey of faithfulness to God, and along the way reveals God’s heart in actions that glow brighter than words alone ever could.”
~Jedd Medefind
President, Christian Alliance for Orphans

“Scott and Kathy have walked a remarkable journey of faith, and I am humbled and honored that my life story has encouraged them along the way!”
~Joni Eareckson Tada
Joni and Friends International Disability Center

“Swaying in the Treetops is an incredible story of courage, love, faithfulness, and family.  I found myself thoroughly engaged and inspired, and before long was looking for my own tree to climb.”

Branches
Rustling
4 Swaying Branches, Rustling Leaves - Joe Bailey
Auteur : Joe Bailey
Genre : Poetry
Haiku, and those poems inspired by them, attempt to realize the essence of a moment simply, directly, and creatively. Haiku represent a beautiful combination of presence and transcendence, of wonder and realization, through the crystallization of an instant in time.

With two hundred sixty haiku and haiku-inspired poems, Swaying Branches, Rustling Leaves offers insightful observations of everyday and uncommon moments presented with humor, joy, and clarity. 

Ranging from the traditional to flexible verse, this book explores the simple marvel and delight present in the world in and around us if we but look.

Swaying Branches, Rustling Leaves is for those who wish to experience the heart of each instant that the mind may open and become still. 

Branches
5 Swaying Branches - Alexander D. Kerr
Auteur : Alexander D. Kerr
Genre : Poetry
A collection of Alexander D. Kerr's poetic works. Many of which are sad, and dark. Others relating to his struggle to find love. These are a few of his works in his very first collection of poetry.
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Vineyard
7 Piano in the Vineyard - Jean Janzen
Auteur : Jean Janzen
Genre : Poetry
          Once again, Jean Janzen writes mighty poems, finding those heart-stopping human moments for which there is no adequate language. Janzen, a National Endowment for the Arts winner, begins this newest collection of poetry with "Wailing in the Shower" and these arresting stanzas: "After the elation of giving birth, our new daughter fed and sleeping, I stand under the warm water and begin on the high notes-- Madame Butterfly's ecstasy, One fine day in May, the harmony sliding over my body. After the loss of his bride, our friend turns on the guestroom shower and begins his long wailing. It echoes through the house, flows down the stairway, his baritone cries rising and falling. Over and over, the full octaves."           And she goes on to mark the full-throated human experience, placing h

Corporate
8 Corporate Ties That Bind - Martin. J. Walker
Auteur : Martin. J. Walker
Genre : Political Science
In the 21st century, corporations have worked their way into government and, as they become increasingly more powerful, arguments about their involvement with public health have become increasingly black and white. With corporations at the center of public health and environmental issues, everything chemical or technological is good, everything natural is bad; scientists who are funded by corporations are right and those who are independent are invariably wrong. There is diminishing common ground between the two opposed sides in these arguments.

Corporate Ties that Bind is a collection of essays written by influential academic scholars, activists, and epidemiologists from around the world that scrutinize the corporate reasoning, false science and trickery involving those, like in-house epidemiologists, who mediate the scientific message of organizations who attack and c

Brother
Cheyennes
9 Brother of the Cheyennes - Max Brand
Auteur : Max Brand
Genre : Fiction & Literature
Rusty Sabin was born to white parents but brought up by the Cheyenne Indians, who named the redheaded boy Red Hawk. His ability to heal the sick and to make strange magic is widely honored throughout the tribe. But in his twenties, Red Hawk sets out to take his place among white people. When Rusty and his stallion White Horse are nearly at the frontier post of Fort Marston, the river boat he’s riding is grounded, and a man called Bill Tenney comes to his rescue.

Rusty doesn’t know much about the white man’s ways—especially a white man like Bill Tenney, a thief and a fugitive. Tenney is only interested in one thing—Rusty’s white stallion, considered sacred among the Cheyennes. Meanwhile Major Marston is determined to come between Rusty and his sweetheart, Maisry, and the Cheyennes do all they can to compel Rusty to return to his tribe.

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10 Swaying Fate - Irma Geddon
Auteur : Irma Geddon
Genre : Fairy Tales, Myths & Fables
Aisa loathes her job. Worse still, being an immortal Fate, she can’t just hand in her resignation letter and move on. While her sisters weave and measure the thread of every mortal life, Aisa is responsible for cutting it with her shears. Heartbroken by having to bring the end to so many—including those she had loved—Aisa has sworn off all romantic relationships forever.

Michael is a military man who has just come home. Long years of wars have tainted him, clouding his past with regrets, all of which he makes no attempt to hide. When he meets Aisa at Cupid’s LoveSick—a mysterious, gorgeous woman seemingly also haunted by her own past—Michael falls fast and furiously for her.

Reluctantly struck by Cupid’s golden arrow, Aisa finds Michael impossible to resist. But what destiny awaits an immortal Fate who falls in love with the person whose life she will

Loyalty
11 Swaying the Marine's Loyalty - Charlie Richards
Auteur : Charlie Richards
Genre : Erotica
Armand Zeroni wakes up in a strange house. He doesn’t know how he ended up there…or even where there is. When he discovers General Jackson Parker from his base inside a room tied to a chair, Armand frees him and escapes with him into the woods. After spending an unprepared night in the cold, he stumbles across a hiker, Zakhar Kuznetsov. The handsome Russian seems mildly familiar, but Armand can’t put his finger on why. Zakhar assists with first aid, food, and water, but the general’s snide attitude has Armand refusing a ride from the man. Following the Russian’s instructions, they make it back to the trailhead…and right into an ambush. Armand is taken back to the massive estate from which he’d just escaped and learns the people living there believe they are vampires and shifters. Zakhar explains why they captured the general, but after being lied to by the man—attraction
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