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Cyber Spying Tracking Your Family's (Sometimes) Secret Online Lives
Title : Cyber Spying Tracking Your Family's (Sometimes) Secret Online Lives
Author : Eric Cole,Michael Nordfelt,Sandra Ring,Ted Fair
Total pages: 400 pages
Cyber Spying Tracking Your Family's (Sometimes) Secret Online Lives shows everyday computer users how to become cyber-sleuths. It takes readers through the many different issues involved in spying on someone online. It begins with an explanation of reasons and ethics, covers the psychology of spying, describes computer and network basics, and takes readers step-by-step through many common online activities, and shows what can be done to compromise them. The book's final section describes personal privacy and counter-spy techniques. By teaching by both theory and example this book empowers readers to take charge of their computers and feel confident they can be aware of the different online activities their families engage in. Expert authors have worked at Fortune 500 companies, NASA, CIA, NSA and all reside now at Sytex, one of the largest government providers of IT services Targets an area that is not addressed by other books: black hat techniques for computer security at the personal computer level Targets a wide audience: personal computer users, specifically those interested in the online activities of their families
Sometimes It's Turkey, Sometimes It's Feathers
Title : Sometimes It's Turkey, Sometimes It's Feathers
Author : Lorna Balian,Lecia Balian
Publisher: Star Bright Books
Total pages: 32 pages
When she finds a turkey egg, Mrs. Gumm decides to hatch it and have a turkey for Thanksgiving dinner.
Title : Sometimes Paradise
Author : Judith H. Green
Publisher: Random House Incorporated
Total pages: 271 pages
Sometimes a Stranger
Title : Sometimes a Stranger
Author : Paradise Press, Incorporated
Total pages: N.A pages
Sometimes the Spoon Runs Away with Another Spoon Coloring Book
Title : Sometimes the Spoon Runs Away with Another Spoon Coloring Book
Author : Jacinta Bunnell,Nathaniel Kusinitz
Publisher: PM Press
Total pages: 40 pages
Traditional fairytales and nursery rhymes are often infamous for their misogyny - but things are about to change in this fun, subversive colouring book that aims to dismantle the 'princess industry' by replacing the Sleeping Beauties and Prince Charmings of the fairytale world with more contemporary, honest representations of life. Celebrating sensitive boys, tough girls and others who might not fit into disempowering gender categories, this is a fun, humorous activity book for the whole family!
"Sometimes I Can be Anything"
Title : "Sometimes I Can be Anything"
Author : Karen Gallas
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Total pages: 153 pages
In her third book, Sometimes I Can Be Anything, Karen Gallas explores young children’s experience and understanding of gender, race, and power as revealed by the interactions within her first and second grade classroom. Presenting classroom research conducted over a four-year period, this experienced teacher-researcher focuses on the ways in which children collectively develop their social world. To bring that world to life, the author presents the voices and actions of specific children. The reader will meet the "bad boys," Tony and Tom; Josie, a "tom boy"; "beautiful" Dierdre; Latia and Alexis, "proud and taking no risks"; and Rachel, a "silent girl." Because Gallas watches the same children for several years, she uncovers classroom dynamics that remain obscure in most studies of teaching and learning. For example, she has seen the effects of physical beauty on a child’s behaviour, has noted how some children play with the idea of being the other sex, and has tracked the alliances of silent girls. This provocative book will enable the reader to look again with new eyes at his or her own classroom.
Mary Jo Putney's Lost Lords Bundle: Loving a Lost Lord, Never Less Than A Lady, Nowhere Near Respectable, No Longer a Gentleman & Sometimes A Rogue
Title : Mary Jo Putney's Lost Lords Bundle: Loving a Lost Lord, Never Less Than A Lady, Nowhere Near Respectable, No Longer a Gentleman & Sometimes A Rogue
Author : Mary Jo Putney
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
Total pages: 256 pages
Never Less Than A Lady New York Times bestselling author Mary Jo Putney continues her stunning Lost Lords series with this stirring, sensual story of a rebellious nobleman drawn to a lovely widow with a shocking past. As the sole remaining heir to the Earl of Daventry, Alexander Randall knows his duty: find a wife and sire a son of his own. The perfect bride for a man in his position would be a biddable young girl of good breeding. But the woman who haunts his imagination is Julia Bancroft--a village midwife with a dark secret that thrusts her into Randall's protection. Nowhere Near Respectable Mary Jo Putney's riveting Lost Lords series unleashes a high stakes royal plot--which may prove easier for Damian Mackenzie to handle than his own unruly desire. . . He's a bastard and a gambler and society's favorite reprobate. But to Lady Kiri Lawford he's a hero--braver than the smugglers he rescues her from, more honorable than any lord she's ever met, and far more attractive than any man has a right to be. How can she not fall in love. . .? No Longer a Gentleman Grey Sommers, Lord Wyndham, never met a predicament he couldn't charm his way out of. Then a tryst with a government official's wife during a bit of casual espionage in France condemns him to a deCAe in a dungeon, leaving him a shadow of his former self. Yet his greatest challenge may be the enigmatic spy sent to free his body--the only woman who might heal his soul.Sometimes. . . Even the most proper young lady yearns for adventure. But when the very well bred Miss Sarah Clarke-Townsend impulsively takes the place of her pregnant twin, it puts her own life at risk. If the kidnappers after her sister discover they've abducted Sarah instead, she will surely pay with her life. . . A Rogue. . . Rob Carmichael survived his disastrous family by turning his back on his heritage and becoming a formidable Bow Street Runner with a talent for rescuing damsels in distress. But Sarah is one damsel who is equal to whatever comes. Whether racing across Ireland with her roguish rescuer or throwing herself into his arms, she challenges Rob at every turn.
Sometimes a Rogue
Title : Sometimes a Rogue
Author : Mary Jo Putney
Publisher: Zebra Books
Total pages: 432 pages
"Putney's reputation as one of the finest writers of Regency romance is well deserved. She never shies away from different plots or atypical characters and writes wildly exciting adventure romances. She's done it all again in the marvelous, emotional and thrilling fifth book in the Lost Lords series." --RT Book Reviews on Sometimes a Rogue Top Pick "Composed of equal measures of dangerous intrigue and potent passion, Putney's fifth elegantly written installment in her Lost Lords series delivers captivating characters, an impeccably realized Regency setting, and a thrilling plot rich in action and adventure." – Booklist, STARRED review for Sometimes a Rogue Sometimes. . . Even the most proper young lady yearns for adventure. But when the very well bred Miss Sarah Clarke-Townsend impulsively takes the place of her pregnant twin, it puts her own life at risk. If the kidnappers after her sister discover they've abducted Sarah instead, she will surely pay with her life. . . A Rogue. . . Rob Carmichael survived his disastrous family by turning his back on his heritage and becoming a formidable Bow Street Runner with a talent for rescuing damsels in distress. But Sarah is one damsel who is equal to whatever comes. Whether racing across Ireland with her roguish rescuer or throwing herself into his arms, she challenges Rob at every turn. "You can't go wrong with a Putney romance!" –Sabrina Jeffries Praise For Mary Jo Putney's Lost Lords Series "Romance at its best!" —Julia Quinn "Exquisitely and sensitively written." —Library Journal, starred review "Intoxicating and not-to-be missed." —RT Book Reviews (4 ½ Stars, Top Pick)
Death, Danger and Sometimes Christmas
Title : Death, Danger and Sometimes Christmas
Author : Joseph McMullin
Total pages: 80 pages
Although called an "achingly poignant look at the awkwardness of adolescent years" and a "deft political thriller in the tradition of Clancy and Koontz", it is in fact neither of these. It is a collection of poetry which captures the grandeur and magnificence of human drama. No, no, that's not it either. This is in fact a collection of poems of largely personal consequence collected together for the first time to prevent the author from having to look all over the house for them. Including the garage.
Sometimes We're Always Real Same-Same
Title : Sometimes We're Always Real Same-Same
Author : Mattox Roesch
Publisher: Unbridled Books
Total pages: 336 pages
He’s in the middle of nowhere, Alaska, because his Eskimo mother has moved home, and Cesar, a seventeen-year-old former gang banger, is convinced that he’s just biding his time ‘til he can get back to LA. His charmingly offbeat cousin, Go-boy, is equally convinced that Cesar will stay. And so they set a wager. If Cesar is still in Unalakleet in a year, he has to get a copy of Go-boy’s Eskimo Jesus tattoo. Go-boy, who recently dropped out of college, believes wholeheartedly that he is part of a Good World conspiracy. At first Cesar considers Go-boy half crazy, but over time in this village, with his father absent and his brother in jail for murder, Cesar begins to see the beauty and hope Go-boy represents. The choice. This is a novel about a different Alaska than many of us have read about in the past, about a different kind of wilderness and survival. As Cesar (who later assumes his Eskimo name, Atausiq) becomes connected to the community and to Go-boy, the imprint he bears isn’t Go-boy’s tattoo but the indelible mark of Go-boy’s heart and philosophy, a philosophy of hope that emphasizes our similarities to one another as well as a shared sense of community, regardless of place. As Go-boy says to Cesar, “Sometimes we’re always real same-same.”
Sometimes the Soul: Two Novellas of Sicily
Title : Sometimes the Soul: Two Novellas of Sicily
Author : Gioia Timpanelli
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Total pages: 192 pages
Hauntingly beautiful fiction about two women, solitude, art, and transformation. For years, Gioia Timpanelli has held audiences rapt with her retellings of ancient tales, often appearing with Robert Bly, James Hillman, Joseph Campbell, and Gary Snyder. Here, in fiction full of warmth and resonances--characters we can't help but recognize, prose and imagery that play on the strings of the soul--Timpanelli draws on her deep knowledge of these old stories and their wisdoms to create a new and refreshing kind of storytelling, with hints of both Italo Calvino and Angela Carter. In "A Knot of Tears," a woman's locked-up life is transformed by a parrot who tells tales; her story becomes a subtle and surprising meditation on the necessity of being true to oneself and others. In "Rusina, Not Quite in Love," a strange and lovely retelling of the story of the Beauty and the Beast, a young woman escapes family and society--especially the grasp of her superficial and beastly sisters--to find consolation and beauty in nature and its muse. In each case, women of very different backgrounds--one aristocratic, one impoverished--find solitary spaces from which they can emerge as artists and shapers of their own destinies. With a sense of character unusual in contemporary fiction (not mere personality, but moral character) and a gentle, lyric touch, Timpanelli blends the seeming simplicity of folktale with a richly textured understanding of human nature. With great integrity and affection for language, her work teaches about love and solitude, honesty and art.
Sometimes It Happens
Title : Sometimes It Happens
Author : Lauren Barnholdt
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 320 pages
Cheating has consequences in this sparkly and humorous romance from the author of Two-Way Street and One Night That Changes Everything. Hannah’s about to start her senior year, and she’s never been so scared. That’s because she’s going to have to face: 1. Sebastian: the guy who dumped her on the last day of junior year. 2. Noah: the guy she’s totally fallen for. 3. Ava: Noah’s girlfriend...and Hannah’s best friend. As Hannah tries to figure out how she got herself into this colossal mess, one thing becomes crystal clear: there’s absolutely no way she’s going to make it through this day in one piece.
Sometimes, I Can 4
Title : Sometimes, I Can 4
Author : Maremerchant
Total pages: 144 pages
Another Book in the Boogieman Series. Johnny will once again rise to the occasion. He will peek into the near futures. He will look as far as he can if and when he had too. A young woman will end up missing after an argument with her Husband. She will end up missing after that fight. She will run into the pouring rain with no visible sight. Johnny will follow this young woman in through that rainstorm into her sudden vanishing. A military man will go on a fishing trip. Him, and a few friends will never return from that vacation. They will find his friends, his old military buddies dead. Johnny will find out that they never intended to go on a vacation. These men were sent on a mission instead. An old military base where they train assassins became their battlefield. Now will be remembered as Soldiers Field. Talk about creepy. Talk about spooky this is it.
Tell Me Who I Am: Sometimes it's Safer Not to Know
Title : Tell Me Who I Am: Sometimes it's Safer Not to Know
Author : Alex And Marcus Lewis
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total pages: 352 pages
Imagine waking up one day to discover that you have forgotten everything about your life. Your only link with the past, your only hope for the future, is your identical twin. Now imagine, years later, discovering that your twin had not told you the whole truth about your childhood, your family, and the forces that had shaped you. Why the secrets? Why the silences? You have no choice but to begin again. This has been Alex's reality: a world where memories are just the stories people tell you, where fact and fiction are impossible to distinguish. With dogged courage he has spent years hunting for the truth about his hidden past and his remarkable family. His quest to understand his true identity has revealed shocking betrayals and a secret tragedy, extraordinary triumph over crippling adversity and, above all, redemption founded on brotherly love. Marcus his twin brother has sometimes been a reluctant companion on this journey, but for him too it has led to staggering revelations and ultimately the shedding of impossible burdens. Their story spans continents and eras, from 1950s debutantes and high society in the Home Counties to a remote island in the Pacific and 90s raves. Disturbing, funny, heart-breaking and affirming, Alex and Marcus's determination to rebuild their lives makes us look afresh at how we choose to tell our stories.
Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck
Title : Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck
Author : Amy Alkon
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Total pages: 304 pages
"Miss Manners with Fangs." —LA Weekly We live in a world that's very different from the one in which Emily Post came of age. Many of us who are nice (but who also sometimes say "f*ck") are frequently at a loss for guidelines about how to be a good person who deals effectively with the increasing onslaught of rudeness we all encounter. To lead us out of the miasma of modern mannerlessness, science-based and bitingly funny syndicated advice columnist Amy Alkon rips the doily off the manners genre and gives us a new set of rules for our twenty-first century lives. With wit, style, and a dash of snark, Alkon explains that we now live in societies too big for our brains, lacking the constraints on bad behavior that we had in the small bands we evolved in. Alkon shows us how we can reimpose those constraints, how we can avoid being one of the rude, and how to stand up to those who are. Foregoing prissy advice on which utensil to use, Alkon answers the twenty-first century's most burning questions about manners, including: * Why do many people, especially those under forty, now find spontaneous phone calls rude? * What can you tape to your mailbox to stop dog walkers from letting their pooch violate your lawn? * How do you shut up the guy in the pharmacy line with his cellphone on speaker? * What small gift to your new neighbors might make them think twice about playing Metallica at 3 a.m.? Combining science with more than a touch of humor, Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck is destined to give good old Emily a shove off the etiquette shelf (if that's not too rude to say).
Why David Sometimes Wins
Title : Why David Sometimes Wins
Author : Marshall Ganz
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Total pages: 368 pages
Why David Sometimes Wins tells the story of Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers' groundbreaking victory, drawing important lessons from this dramatic tale. Offering insight from a longtime movement organizer and scholar, Ganz illustrates how they had the ability and resourcefulness to devise good strategy and turn short-term advantages into long-term gains.
The Works of the Reverend John Wesley, A. M. Sometimes Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford
Title : The Works of the Reverend John Wesley, A. M. Sometimes Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford
Author : John Wesley
Total pages: N.A pages
Because Sometimes You Just Gotta Draw a Cover with Your Left Hand
Title : Because Sometimes You Just Gotta Draw a Cover with Your Left Hand
Author : Stephan Pastis
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Total pages: 128 pages
Weighing in on subjects ranging from modern technology and current events to human nature and drinking beer in the fourth grade, a treasury of Pearls Before Swine daily and Sunday strips follows the gang's antics between the summer of 2009 and the spring of 2010. Original. 30,000 first printing.
Mother in Law, Son in Law : Sometimes fantasies do become reality
Title : Mother in Law, Son in Law : Sometimes fantasies do become reality
Author : Julia
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Total pages: 244 pages
Mother-in-Law, Son-in-Law is the sexually explicit tale of lonely people trying to find happiness by daring to follow their hearts. Some people shout about finding the wild place, whilst others are quietly swimming in it... Kate married far too young. Now husband Alex, once the love of her life, bores her to tears. He's so busy gardening and watching repeats of Top Gear on the tele, he would never guess about Kate's secret life with her lover Colin. But gardening and Top Gear can keep a man happy for only so long. Especially with a mother-in-law as voluptuous and gorgeous as Julia, a lonely widow who hasn't had sex for five years...
Sometimes Grief: Barks up the wrong tree
Title : Sometimes Grief: Barks up the wrong tree
Author : Vincent Quatroche
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Total pages: 207 pages
The title for this collection of prose and poetry Sometimes Grief –barks up the wrong tree came to me in the late Spring of 2011 during an ensuing period of significant change and a series of disappointing struggles with some of the more harsh realities of life. The passing of my Father on Easter Sunday was hardly an unanticipated event. His decline was (for the most part) mercifully brief and he left the earth with loved ones present, in his own home and quite peacefully. The rituals of saying goodbye were observed with the usual decorum and to be honest? That part of dealing with the inevitable demise of life of a beloved father was actually a quiet sort of sad comfort in the memory of a good man and vibrant artist. I thought I was adjusted to that. Not so. What ensued on a personal level was a real old fashion shit storm of confusion, doubt, despondency and loss. Normal you say? To be expected? Perhaps. On the surface maybe, but such a world of chaos descended that it virtually affected every aspect of my life. And then one late Spring morning after teaching a class at a local community college a phrase resounded in my mind as clear as a bell. Sometimes grief-barks of the wrong tree. It was a revelation really. Surely not an answer to anything, merely a sort of internal realization. A recognition. I was in fact grieving, angry and ashamed that my intense personal feelings of sadness and loss were not wholly directed to my Dad being gone. No. I was furious the world with all of its confusion, contradictions and uncertainties that had encroached upon what I perceived should have the appropriate grief towards my recent loss. I felt my emotional interior had been hijacked by worldly concerns. Someone or something was diverting and demanding my attention and energy towards a dead end of self centered remorse, regret and devastation. Intellectually I accepted, (even understood) someone very close to me had left. Died. But I discovered much to my embarrassment that I was ill-equipped to deal with the more collateral damage of the “off-the-rack” influence of others in my life and while it was true I once cared deeply about them, I now had to face the unpleasant truth that the relationship with them had now gone toxic and was damaging and draining my strength to move on to the next chapter of my life. I couldn’t let it go. And the same time it was like holding a burning white hot ember in the palm of my hand. I responded by closing my hand into a fist and holding the pain tighter. I ran wildly with it, quitting long time teaching positions that represented normalcy, purpose and economic stability. In short ? I was gutting my life. Serving every tie, except the right one. I was determined to hold on steadfast to that smoldering coal in my fist. I wondered what would come first. It would simply burn out or burn a whole through my flesh. At this point I must make this clear. There was yet a third level to the grief. I felt I was being delusional. Indulgencing in private, pointless emotional suicide. I was trying to kill my feelings while entire world out there had real problems. Serious tangible sorrows and pains that dwarfed my perceived issues and again I was ashamed at my transparent mini-drama I was perpetrating upon myself. Shutting it all down inside myself switch by switch. My mother’s situation for example certainly could be taken into account. She had lost her husband and life companion of over fifty years and now at an advanced age herself had to deal with his absence on daily basis in the family home they shared practically their entire adult lives. I’ve provided a unique perspective into her own experience in dealing with grief in the section of this collection entitled The Edna Variations. So I did the usual self medicating prescriptions that depressed individuals do. With a vengeance. Thankfully I eventually grew bored with that. So I returned to an old friend. My oldest friend. My self- expressi