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To Linger on Hot Coals by Stephanie Paige Cole,Catherine Bayly Book Summary:
?The poems in to linger on hot coals are like the babies who inspired them: small but profoundly significant, and imprinting those they touch with both delicious sweetness and heartbreaking pain. They will speak to those whose grief is new as well as to those whose losses have receded in time but not in memory, as well as to counselors, medical professionals, and allies of bereaved families. A breathtakingly beautiful collection.? They Were Still Born: Personal Stories about Stillbirth ?Most of the time, we consider grief ugly, and most of the time it is. But, sometimes you find something that moves that kind of loss beyond horror to something clear and pristinely honest ? beautiful ? Stephanie Paige Cole and Catherine Bayly have collected a deeply beautiful gift of poetry in to linger on hot coals.? Melissa Miles McCarter,Joy, Interrupted: AnAnthology of Motherhood and Lossto linger on hot coals is a collection of beautiful, personal poetry by women who lay bare their experiences of loss and love, reminding me again that what is the most personal is the most universal. These works will linger in your mind, break your heart, and touch your soul.?Sean Hanish,Writer/Director/Producer ?Return To Zero
Linger Awhile by Russell Hoban Book Summary:
When eighty-three-year-old Irving Goodman falls in love with actress Justine Trimble she's been dead for forty-seven years. Irving may not know how he's going to attain his heart's desire but he knows a man who does. Istvan Fallok, a wizard of high technology, sees her on Irving's TV screen and hi-techs Justine out of the video tape and into present-day Soho - in black-and-white. As any reader of Bram Stoker will know, blood is the (full-colour) life and in order for Justine to retain her colour she has to be topped up now and then - by Irving and his friends and the odd passer-by. Things become a little complicated when Grace Kowalski brings a Justine Two into the picture and not surprisingly the curiosity of the police is soon aroused ...
Does a Footstep Linger? by Terrence Douglas Book Summary:
"Douglas' words conjure up images - like an artist brushing dabs of paint on the canvas of ones mind - all senses forced to come alive for a truly amazing experience. These are poems that will stir the heart and continue to resonate with each reading. " Gary R. Indianapolis "Muscular and lyrical, sensuous and deeply spiritual, the poetry of Terry Douglas probes the heart's longing for love and union with the beloved and the soul's quest for grace and oneness with the divine. Even those who don't read poetry will find much here that resonates in the heart and awakens the soul." Evan A., Virginia Beach, VA Does a Footstep Linger? explores the fire of love found at any age and in any season, and the stunning grief from love lost. There are poems in the collection that seek the Creator’s presence and spiritual nourishment in all aspects of life’s journey. An exuberance and energy unfold in the poems as we are encouraged to dance in celebration, as if no one is watching, leaving behind past regrets and no longer anxious of the future. Above all else, the poet probes the many mysteries and miracles – some would say coincidences – encountered daily in a long life of love. For inspiration, the poet pauses to contemplate a sunrise on the ocean or a star-filled canopy overhead; he walks on an isolated beach in a blustery rain storm, or sits perched on a deck overlooking a canal as the water rushes into the bay, or in a coffee shop amidst the turmoil of another day.
Shadows Linger Until Dusk by Cyril Cliffette Book Summary:
Deeply enticing from the first time young Virginia lays her eyes on, the arrogant and mysterious Blake Scott turns out to become her best friend over time, while capably protecting his own secrets from the world. This is not just a tale of young teenagers trying to balance their hormones, since unspeakable evil brews under the surface, and soul shattering revelations and separations build up to the final event where Virginia will have to redeem herself from sinking into nothingness and find life again. The ripples on the lake will spread far and wide It'll be about how a naive girl rises above everything to fight for what she believes is right and moral, on the path of discovering herself. The first in the Shadows series, this book will provide a soothingly pleasant introduction to something waiting in the wings. The passion and power will get you high before you even realize you're addicted and I'll guarantee you'll want more.
Linger Not at Chebar by Barbara F. Vroman Book Summary:
A young American woman joins her missionary husband in an exotic and alien land. While she copes with burning heat, monsoons, strange customs and her own inadequacies, she tries to win the love of her seemingly indifferent husband. Then the Japanese invade Burma and Charity Phillips finds her life and that of her children depend on a mysterious durwait named Ba Than.Based on real life experiences.
Where Shadows Linger by Candace N. Coonan Book Summary:
The flame of evil flickers, but has not gone out... Queen Alice of Algernon thought she had seen the last of the demon, Ralston Radburn, when she banished him to the underworld seven years ago. Unfortunately, traitors within her court, are plotting to revive the trapped monster, so that he may exact his revenge. In order to bring Ralston back to the world of the living, a very powerful spell must be recited inside the Cloud Shrine, during the approaching full moon. Matters are further complicated by the spell having been divided into two pieces, long ago, by the wizard, Octavius. When the traitors - who call themselves Calamity and Chaos - realize the locations of both halves, they waste no time in going after them. The Queen must gather her courage and set out on another adventure, gathering together old friends and welcoming in new ones. As always, her path is filled with danger - from pirates, to churning waterfalls, to amorous unwanted suitors. On this journey through realms, Alice must come to realize that though "one star is lovely, many are magnificent." Follow Alice and her friends across The Sea of Fate, walk the warm beaches of Alexandria and pass through the gates of the Cloud Realm, in pursuit of two demons who have already brought down one empire. All this before the moon waxes full. For more information please go to candacecoonan.tripod.com.
LINGER, Issue 1 by Shamik Dasgupta Book Summary:
A wild road trip turns fatal when two friends, Ayush and Rishi, decide to take one last jaunt through the deserts of India on the eve of Rishi's wedding. Wildly inebriated, they run over a holy mystic, killing him instantly. Not knowing what else to do, the pair cremate the body. Plagued by nightmares and horrific visions, the pair can't shake the events of that night. It appears as if the mystic they killed is determined not to go gentle into that good night¡ and his rage threatens to claim not only the souls of Rishi and Ayush, but the body of Rishi's fianc¨¦e as well. Can the pair find a way to save themselves before the wrath of a vengeful mystic destroys their entire world?
Shiver Trilogy (Shiver, Linger, Forever) by Maggie Stiefvater Book Summary:
Lose yourself in Maggie Stiefvater’s NEW YORK TIMES bestselling Shiver series: SHIVER, LINGER, and FOREVER. shiver Sam's not just a normal boy -- he has a secret. During the summer he walks and talks as a human, but when the cold comes, he runs with his pack as a wolf. Grace has spent years watching the wolves in the woods behind her house -- but never dreamed that she would fall in love with one of them. Now that they've found each other, the clock ticks down on what could be Grace and Sam's only summer together. linger Can Grace and Sam last? Each will have to fight to stay together -- whether it means a reckoning with his werewolf past for Sam, or for Grace, facing a future that is less and less certain. Enter Cole, a new wolf who is wrestling with his own demons, embracing the life of a wolf while denying the ties of being human. For Grace, Sam, and Cole, life is harrowing and euphoric, enticing and alarming. As their world falls apart, love is what lingers. But can it be enough? forever For Grace, Sam, and Cole, the story continues -- only now, the stakes are even higher than before. Wolves are being hunted. Lives are being threatened. It's becoming harder and harder to hold on to one another. The past, the present, and the future are about to collide in one pure moment -- a moment of death or life, farewell or forever.
Linger: 30 Days of Journaling and Photographing your Wonder Filled Life by Robin Norgren Book Summary:
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Shiver Series (Shiver, Linger, Forever, Sinner) by Maggie Stiefvater Book Summary:
A bundle of all four books in this addictive and hypnotic series exploring the all-consuming romance between two star-crossed lovers: a yellow-eyed wolf boy and a human girl, by New York Times best-selling author Maggie Steifvater.
Shadows Linger by Glen Cook Book Summary:
Mercenary soldiers in the service of the Lady, the Black Company stands against the rebels of the White Rose. They are tough men, proud of honoring their contracts. The Lady is evil, but so, too, are those who falsely profess to follow the White Rose, reincarnation of a centuries-dead heroine. Yet now some of the Company have discovered that the mute girl they rescued and sheltered is truly the White Rose reborn. Now there may be a path to the light, even for such as they. If they can survive it. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Linger by Glynis Rankin Book Summary:
This compilation of short stories has the human condition on display. In these stories you will find triumphs over insurmountable odds, surrender in the wake of misery and despair, and everything in between. If you enjoy reading stories with real life issues and unpredictable endings then these stories will whet your appetite and leave you wanting more.
No One Home by Daniel Touro Linger Book Summary:
This is an ethnographic study, based on fieldwork and extensive personal interviews, of Brazilians of Japanese descent who have migrated to Japan in response to the government's call for ethnically acceptable unskilled workers. These people of Toyota City are among 200,000 Brazilians of Japanese descent who live in Japan today, forming Japan's third-largest minority group.
Linger, Still by Aislinn Hunter Book Summary:
Aislinn Hunter writes of impossibilities that somehow function; of the tenuous interrelations that comprise our experience. Grounded by the questions "how to be good, how to be," Hunter's field of inquiry ranges across domestic, ecological, literary and philosophical subjects. Her poems are exclamations of recognition in the midst of caginess. This collection reaches for, and grasps, "what lists under every pose: the hope / that someone will love us".
An Arty Adventure by Sherry Linger Kaier Book Summary:
Have you ever wondered how ordinary people become extraordinary artists? Join Ava Noodlenicker on her journey through a fantastic, bright and bold world where trailblazing artistic styles are clearly explained. You may even dare to express your own one of a kind creativity.
The Lingering Dead by J.N. Duncan Book Summary:
She cracks the FBI's toughest supernatural crimes, from Chicago's windy streets and beyond, into the next world. But a malevolent force now has her reputation--and her team--in its sights. . . Jackie Rutledge has faced down everything from the darkest sorcery to uber-vengeful revenants. But heading up the Bureau's special paranormal unit is presenting unexpected challenges. Handling otherworldly egos and politics has never come easy to this loner agent. And opening up to her sexy vampire lover, Nick, is as unnerving as her unwanted new ability to slip between the realms of the living and the dead. . . Now an insidious power holding helpless ghosts in thrall is using any means necessary to discredit Jackie and split her team apart for good. The only chance she has means baiting the terrifying Deadworld being stalking her dreams, hunting her every step--and growing ever more hungry for her ultimate sacrifice. . . Praise for Deadworld "The perfect dark fantasy." --Kat Richardson "Bloody, delicious, twisted." --Lilith Saintcrow, New York Times bestselling author of the Jill Kismet, Hunter series "Duncan's deftly subtle debut creeps up on you like a ghost in the night." --Mark Henry, author of Happy Hour of the Damned "One hell of a debut novel in what could be the most promising urban fantasy series to hit the shelves this year." --freshfiction.com
Love Lingers Boxed Set by Elysabeth Eldering Book Summary:
Three award winning romance stories combined with a fourth for your reading pleasure. The Tulip Kiss is Ms. Eldering's first place winning story, which is a ghost romance story; The Proposal is Ms. Eldering's second place winning story, which is a humorous romance story; and Bride-and-Seek is a South Carolina Writer's Workshop anthology pick, which is a ghost romance story. The Cellar is a past lives, metaphysical romance story.
Lingering Twilight by Ananya & Arunangshu Das Book Summary:
This is a book of poetry and a collection of photographs. Spread across every page of this book are carefully taken photographs from all over the world by Arunangshu Das. Accompanying those photographs Ananya Das has presented a collection of deep meaningful poems. "Sensitive ....evocative"- Dr. Richard Marshall, General Director, Center for Contemporary Opera, USA. "Rarely do you find such an enchanting duet of poetry and photography"- KabiSammelan, June 2007 issue.
The Melody Lingers On by Crystal & Ruth Jolly Book Summary:
In the summer of 1978, I took my quarter horse to lead trail rides for kids at a Bible camp in rural Iowa. I had just found out my sister, Melody, had been diagnosed with the fastest-acting, worst-type of leukemia. My mom wrote me letters every day that I was away (nobody called long distance unless it was a true emergency in those days). I kept those letters and compiled them into the journey that was our lives that summer. Melody Heuss prayed that God would bring her closer to Him during a time when she felt she had drifted away from Him in her daily walk. I don't know what it would be like to choose my young husband's new wife. I don't know what it would be like to handpick a mother for my two small children; but my sister did. When she knew she was going to die, she convinced Carl, her husband and love of her life, to re-marry. Melody made a list of eligible women and then narrowed it down to one that Carl had never even met! All the while she was having numerous bone marrow aspirations, blood transfusions, and chemotherapy that would turn her 28-year-old body into a bald, disease-ravaged weakling. Her inner strength, courage, and attitude brought inspiration to every single person who walked into her hospital room and life. Nurses, family and friends were changed forever by the way she handled her passing into the next life. This is a story told from Melody's mother, Ruth's, point of view, the writer of the letters. The frustrations and difficulties of watching her child suffer tugs on your heart. You will also get a glimpse of what I went through being away from home, and being torn between wanting to be in the hospital room, but knowing I was where God wanted me to be. Plus, you get to witness Susan, the young woman who had already endured many loses and heartbreaks of her own, step into this family on faith. Ruth personally witnessed the power and assurance of God's eternal love for us, even in her grief. On the early August morning of Melody's passing, Ruth received a “gift” most of us never get to see. It was a message from God, declaring the promise of life after death in a physical, tangible way. It was a real miracle that all Christians can believe in and cherish. Crystal Jolly
The Long, Lingering Shadow by Robert J. Cottrol Book Summary:
Students of American history know of the law's critical role in systematizing a racial hierarchy in the United States. Showing that this history is best appreciated in a comparative perspective, The Long, Lingering Shadow looks at the parallel legal histories of race relations in the United States, Brazil, and Spanish America. Robert J. Cottrol takes the reader on a journey from the origins of New World slavery in colonial Latin America to current debates and litigation over affirmative action in Brazil and the United States, as well as contemporary struggles against racial discrimination and Afro-Latin invisibility in the Spanish-speaking nations of the hemisphere. Ranging across such topics as slavery, emancipation, scientific racism, immigration policies, racial classifications, and legal processes, Cottrol unravels a complex odyssey. By the eve of the Civil War, the U.S. slave system was rooted in a legal and cultural foundation of racial exclusion unmatched in the Western Hemisphere. That system's legacy was later echoed in Jim Crow, the practice of legally mandated segregation. Jim Crow in turn caused leading Latin Americans to regard their nations as models of racial equality because their laws did not mandate racial discrimination--a belief that masked very real patterns of racism throughout the Americas. And yet, Cottrol says, if the United States has had a history of more-rigid racial exclusion, since the Second World War it has also had a more thorough civil rights revolution, with significant legal victories over racial discrimination. Cottrol explores this remarkable transformation and shows how it is now inspiring civil rights activists throughout the Americas.
The Shame that Lingers by A. Denise Starkey Book Summary:
In The Shame That Lingers: A Survivor-Centered Critique of Catholic Sin-Talk, A. Denise Starkey argues that the dominant legal model of sin in the Catholic Church is inadequate for hearing the experience of sin for survivors of childhood and domestic violence because it functions to shame rather than to heal. A universal understanding of the sinner, as found in mainstream Catholic sin-talk and confession, impedes human flourishing by silencing radical suffering in ways that make survivors complicit for the harm done to them. Starkey argues that a shame-free theology of sin is necessary if survivors are to encounter the profound love of God. Understanding sin from the perspective of the sinned-against makes possible a transformative solidarity with the other by reinvisioning the roles of speaker and listener.
Lingering Fever by LaVonne Telshaw Camp Book Summary:
During 1945, the author found herself in the monsoon-drenched jungles of Assam, caring for soldiers in the China-Burma-India theater of war. Nothing in her training had prepared her for the tropical diseases or the thatched-roof hospital where men spat on the floor, rats were pervasive, and patients used handguns to chase gigantic cockroaches (and wereas likely to sell their medicine as swallow it). The experience was made tolerable by Nurse Camp’s romance with one of the airmen who flew the Hump, supplying O.S.S. troops behind Japanese lines and carrying General Joseph Stilwell’s Chinese troops to fight the battle of North Burma. She accompanied her future husband on some of his missions. Based in part on letters she wrote to her parents, this is the poignant story of one nurse’s experience in World War II.
Lingering Echoes by Stania J. Slahor Book Summary:
Expressing the universal quest for acceptance and love, the poems in this volume reflect the personal life journey of author Stania Slahor. The poetry is filled with vivid and eclectic images Slahor has gathered from her long life and from around the globe sailing, Gestapo atrocities, immigrants' struggles, troubled dreams of a defiant daughter and wife, and the joys highlighted by beauty and erotic love. In this, her second volume of poetry, Slahor provides memorable and original imagery as evidenced in the selection, An Old Lady's Treasure. She writes: / her silver hair / bursting milkweed pods / of pure silk / spindle-spun / gossamer webs / woven on the purring loom / of indian summer / the unrestrained / wavy mane / never violated by perms / or artificial dyes / a rich dowry / handed down / from her mom. Like ocean tides, the poems in Lingering Echoes ravish the soul with crushing waves of tragedy and death, and then soothe it with gentle caresses that wash away sorrow and leave it trembling with new life and hope.