1. Emerald Child


    from Andrew Hughes Added 15 0 0

    Emerald Child (Kalika Magic #1)

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    • The Best Book on Angel Investing & Start-ups - AngelKings.com


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      http://www.angelkings.com/startup | A review of the best book on angel investing, start-ups and how to invest in startups (https://goo.gl/Dor76u). Early investor and expert on the venture capital/angel industry, Ross Blankenship (http://rossblankenship.com), explores how to get started investing in startups - using crowdfunding, terms sheet analysis, the JOBS Act, and how to assess the founding team at top startups. We've ranked some of the top guides on the angel investing industry and this book - Kings Over Aces - is an excellent place to start angel investing. We also explore books such as David Rose's Angel Investing, Brad Feld with Venture Deals, and Peter Thiel's Zero to One.

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      • Which Way I Ought To Go From Here: An Excerpt from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland


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        This excerpt from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is read by people with a passion for reading and literature. They work in many professions influenced by their love of books: student, teacher, journalist, professor and librarian. This classic novel, written by Lewis Carroll, is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year [2015].

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        • All the Folded Corners


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          The film All the Folded Corners was made whilst in residence at R.E.D Residency Danz Eina, in Norway. Using 26 books found in the residency accommodation a series of new narratives were pieced together from folded pages in the books. Among the stories are hints at a male romance, a questioning of the artist as intellectual and a confusion of voice.

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          • Only What You Need Book Trailer


            from Sharon Coleman Added 0 0 0

            My sister Zoe and I lived in Boston with our mother and our grandparents (our father wasn’t really in the picture) and our mother was too sick to live alone. It’s not that she was ill-sick. She was crazy. She was off her rocker, crackers, freaky-deaky, fruit loops. Mommy had what we now call Dissociative Identity disorder. She was too many people. One of her people was suicidal. And because of this, Zoe and I moved… and moved… and moved… and moved… until she died. Then we went to Boarding school. This is a story of love and loss and culture shock. It’s a book about the indomitable human spirit and our deep rooted need for belonging.

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            • Sangharakshita@90 - In The Library


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              A lovely video from the Sangharakshita Library at Adhisthana in Herefordshire, England, where Kalyanaprabha and Vidyadevi - the editors of Sangharakshita's Complete Works - speak about the project and their own heart connection to this great gathering of Buddhist Dharma to mark Urgyen Sangharakshita's 90th birthday. Help make the Complete Works happen! www.thebuddhistcentre.com/sangharakshita90

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              • OE Bookshelf | First Edition Book Subscription Service


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                OE Bookshelf, Oxford Exchange's curated book subscription service. Receive a first edition copy of a recently published book chose for it's literary merit; before it hits a bestseller list; before it wins an award!

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                • Fine Art Cuisine


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                  • Intro to the Catalog


                    from GW Library Added 0 0 0

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                    • A Thousand Lives


                      from George Herbert Added 13 0 0

                      Everyones got their own place to escape. A Thousand Lives is a short documentary delving in to one girls route of escape and what it means to her. Starring- Lauren Candlin Produced by George Herbert www.georgeherbert.net @georgejherbert

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