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Huckleberry: Stories, Secrets, and Recipes From Our Kitchen by Zoe Nathan

Huckleberry: Stories, Secrets, and Recipes From Our Kitchenby Zoe Nathan

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Everything in generosity is the motto of Zoe Nathan, the big-hearted baker behind Santa Monica's favorite neighborhood bakery and breakfast spot, Huckleberry Bakery & Café. This irresistible cookbook collects more than 115 recipes and more than 150 color photographs, including how-to sequences for mastering basics such as flaky dough and lining a cake pan. Huckleberry's recipes span from sweet (rustic cakes, muffins, and scones) to savory (hot cereals, biscuits, and quiche). True to the healthful spirit of Los Angeles, these recipes feature whole-grain flours, sesame and flax seeds, fresh fruits and vegetables, natural sugars, and gluten-free and vegan options–and they always lead with deliciousness. For bakers and all-day brunchers, Huckleberry will become the cookbook to reach for whenever the craving for big flavor strikes.

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The Future of Feeling: Building Empathy in a Tech-Obsessed World by Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips

The Future of Feeling: Building Empathy in a Tech-Obsessed Worldby Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips

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An insightful exploration of what social media, AI, robot technology, and the digital world are doing to our relationships with each other and with ourselves.

There’s no doubt that technology has made it easier to communicate. It’s also easier to shut someone out when we are confronted with online discourse. Why bother to understand strangers–or even acquaintances–when you can troll them, block them, or just click “Unfriend” and never look back? However briefly satisfying that might be, it’s also potentially eroding one of our most human traits: empathy.

So what does the future look like when something so vital to a peaceful, healthy, and productive society is fading away? The cautionary, yet hopeful, answer is in this champion for an endangered emotion.

In The Future of Feeling, Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips shares her own personal stories as well as those of doctors, entrepreneurs, teachers, journalists, and scientists about moving innovation and technology forward without succumbing to isolation. This book is for anyone interested in how our brains work, how they’re subtly being rewired to work differently, and what that ultimately means for us as humans.

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Come Go with Me by C. Morgan

Come Go with Meby C. Morgan

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I’m focused, which is a good thing and a really bad thing too.

My job has my attention. It should. I have a son to provide for.

Unfortunately, I don’t have much time for the boy.

Hiring a nanny is a must after he gets into some trouble that leaves me needing extra eyes on him.

But the woman I hire is everything I want in my life and in my bed.

A job takes me overseas and I have no choice but to offer her a great opportunity to go with us.

I don’t have time for family so I sure as hell don’t have time for love.

Funnily enough, love didn’t ask.

I’m drowning in desire around this vixen and falling for her more and more every day.

Watching her with my boy leaves me wanting so much more than a work arrangement with her.

But she’s protecting herself because she can’t have kids and is worried a good man won’t accept that.

She’s dead wrong. I’m getting her to leave that old life of condemnation and come follow me to something better.

Love. Warmth. Smoking-hot heat.

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To Hell and Back: The Lost Soul by Amira Vasileva

To Hell and Back: The Lost Soulby Amira Vasileva

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Lucinda Blake always knew there was something off about her life. A month away from her 18th birthday, unusual circumstances began to take place; she began to feel different. What was her mother hiding behind that door with multiple locks? Where did Rose, her best friend, keep disappearing to? Why did she dream of ocean-blue eyes, eyes that she’s never seen?

“To Hell and Back” is a YA novel that brings a new perspective on biblical stories. This fast paced thriller of a romance will keep you turning pages throughout!

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Being Authentic: A Memoir by Morhaf Al Achkar

Being Authentic: A Memoirby Morhaf Al Achkar

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⚠ Our existence is fragile. I learned that in many intricate ways, so I do not take today for granted. I do not know what tomorrow will bring. I do not even know if tomorrow will come.

◆ On the eve of Thanksgiving 2016, I received the diagnosis of stage 4 lung cancer. Next to dying, I fear the spread of cancer to my brain and losing my ability to think, speak, or write. This loss would be devastating to me. ◆

  • The fragility of our life made me want to be authentic. Therefore, I am writing this memoir to be authentic–we become our true selves when we author who we are.
  • I am afraid of being forgotten. Death does frighten me. But more than dying, I am scared of having no one remember me or, even worse, of being recognized differently from who I was. At the same time, I have never thought that I was entitled to ask others not to forget me. But, not to be forgotten is precisely what I yearn for. ★
  • While I am writing for the other, I am simultaneously writing for myself. I am one of the readers and will test the subject as it gets written. My criteria are stricter. I want to say, “This is my narrative.” 

♥ I need to be able to say, “This is my narrative.” ♥

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ROADS TO MEANING AND RESILIENCE WITH CANCER: Forty Stories of Coping, Finding Meaning, and Building Resilience While Living with Incurable Lung Cancer by Morhaf Al Achkar

ROADS TO MEANING AND RESILIENCE WITH CANCER: Forty Stories of Coping, Finding Meaning, and Building Resilience While Living with Incurable Lung Cancerby Morhaf Al Achkar

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★ The book tells the stories of 39 patients with ⚠ incurable lung cancer . It aims to help patients, families, and healthcare providers understand the experience of living with cancer. It also invites reflections on the essential questions of meaning, resilience, and coping with adversity in life. The author is a family doctor, teacher, and researcher who is also a stage IV lung cancer patient himself. He is patient number 40 ★

• Facing one’s mortality, patients with cancer develop an urgency to find meaning in life. They struggle with the illness, its emotional impact, and the consequences of treatments. However, with time, reflection, and support from others, they develop resilience. Cancer patients are not passive. Instead, they choose different strategies to maintain and restore their health. They also leverage a variety of approaches to cope better with their struggle.

  • The book is for cancer patients who are tarrying at the limits of time. It is also for those who live around patients with cancer: caregivers, families and friends, and health care providers. People who struggle with other illnesses will also find aspects of their story reflected here. Also, the ones who have experienced a crisis of identity will discover elements of their story here as well. By sharing the experiences of the forty authentic individuals, the book opens the space for them to teach others.

♥ This book is about the essence of the human experience at its limits. It is for every listener. ♥

Patients with cancer often have an urgency to find meaning in life. They struggle with the illness, its emotional impact, and the consequences of treatments. However, with time, reflection, and support from others, they develop resilience. Cancer patients often are not passive. Instead, they choose different strategies to maintain and restore their health. They also leverage a variety of approaches to cope better with their struggle.
The book tells the stories of 39 patients with incurable lung cancer. It aims to help patients, families, and healthcare providers understand the experience of living with cancer. It also invites reflections on the essential questions of meaning, resilience, and coping with adversity in life. The author is a family doctor, teacher, and researcher who is also a stage IV lung cancer patient himself. He is patient number 40.
Facing one’s mortality, patients with cancer develop an urgency to find meaning in life. They struggle with the illness, its emotional impact, and the consequences of treatments. However, with time, reflection, and support from others, they develop resilience. Cancer patients often are not passive. Instead, they choose different strategies to maintain and restore their health. They also leverage a variety of approaches to cope better with their struggle.
The book is for cancer patients who are tarrying at the limits of time. It is also for those who live around patients with cancer: caregivers, families and friends, and health care providers. People who struggle with other illnesses will also find aspects of their story reflected here. Also, the ones who have experienced a crisis of identity will discover elements of their story here as well. By sharing the experiences of the forty authentic individuals, the book opens the space for them to teach others. This book is about the essence of the human experience at its limits. It is for every listener.

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Life after Life: A Selection of Individual Experiences in the Beyond by Beatrice Brunner

Life after Life: A Selection of Individual Experiences in the Beyondby Beatrice Brunner

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In this book 12 deceased human beings describe their initial experiences and encounters in the beyond. These personal accounts, transmitted through the Swiss deep trance medium Beatrice Brunner, are impressive testimonies of the continuation of life after death and provide revealing insights into the world that awaits us. Each of these accounts gives us information which goes far beyond what has been ascertained by classical thanatology.

“My name is Mathys … When I arrived here in the beyond, I was astonished at the reception I was given. My parents, who had returned to the spirit world a long time before, came to greet me and were overjoyed to see me. ‘Now you need never worry again about your daily bread!’ they told me.”

“My name is Peter. I died when I was seventeen. During my short life on earth I never gave any particular thought to the world beyond. When I entered this world where everything was quite new to me, I was met by my grandmother, clearly overjoyed that I had come home.”

“My name is Theresia. … During my life on earth I, too, made many, many mistakes. I was told this immediately I arrived here in the spiritual world. But I was also told the following: ‘Theresia, you have earned yourself considerable merit on account of your many children.'”

“My name is Jakob. … During my life on earth I could not believe in God – I could not find him. I had little sense of responsibility and could see no purpose in life. My lack of belief led me to make many mistakes in my life.”

“My name is Maximilian. … I did not suffer much before my death, and when I opened my eyes in the next world I was astonished to discover that death was not the end of everything.”

“My name is Amalia. … I was ill for a while and I had to be nursed. … When I opened my eyes I found myself in a very different setting: everything was bright, and there was light all around me.”

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Billionaire Bachelor by Ali Parker

Billionaire Bachelorby Ali Parker

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Everyone seems to be in love but me. Why is that?

Relationship after relationship, and nothing.

I’m always the bridesmaid, but never the bride.

It’s getting old. Fast.

And just when I start to give up, he walks into my life.

Sexy, strong, older. The father of one of my students.

It’s against the rules to feel the way I do about him, but I can’t help myself.

A single father with a sexy demeanor and deep pockets.

But that’s not what gets me about him.

It’s the way he looks at me. As if he already owns me.

The relationship can be our little secret.

Or can it?

This is book 1 of a continued series. It will end in a cliffhanger. You will need to buy the other books to continue the story.

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An Immoral Erotic Parable of American Eve & African Adam by D H Chewins

An Immoral Erotic Parable of American Eve & African Adamby D H Chewins

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>What if the First Man Adam is black?

When God The Maker cracks a joke, we have explosive interracial sex exploit that makes Fifty Shades look tame.

Is it the one life choice of Katheryn Kellington – a well-bred, well-schooled southern belle – to pursue in college a study of African history — particularly the importation of negro slaves and slavery’s role in The American Civil War — that leads to her corruption and taboo interracial lust?

Is her story of orgasmic discovery more sinister, enabled by Lucifer the Devil?

Katheryn Kellington is the American Eve and Massai Mobuku the African Adam.

Lucifer intends their interracial sex to be natural, inevitable, and God-sanctioned. And torrid, gripping, aboveboard; nothing less will entice.

And, what has an ad in a classy women’s magazine got to do with this?

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