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Bound by Fate

Author: Asher North
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A reluctant Omega. An outcast Alpha. A star-crossed romance that could destroy both of their lives. More than a century ago, the four major packs of Moonvalley Lake signed a treaty designating the sacred land of Aurora Falls neutral territory and peace reigned… Rhys Greyborn has never seen himself as anything other than a warrior, despite the fact he’s the Silver Fang pack’s only remaining Omega and their last hope of survival. Rhys can’t imagine mating with an Alpha Northstar, his arranged husband-to-be, but the pack needs an heir and Rhys would never dream of going against the will of his pack. … The four packs staked their lands and learned to live in tenuous harmony… Damon Mooneye has always preferred books and knowledge to battle and bloodshed. He never wanted to be the leader of the Black Claw pack, but when his father is found dead at Aurora Falls and his pack brothers rise up in retaliation against the Silver Fang pack, which brings the threat of all-out war to Moonvalley Lake, he has no choice but to become the leader he was born to be. … Until the Black Claw pack declared war. Yet when Rhys and Damon meet in a chance encounter, they quickly learn that the years of bitterness between their packs may not be enough to keep them apart—and that fate can be stronger even than blood. Bound By Fate is the first in a series of mpreg romance, set in an exciting and action-packed new shifter universe. It can be read as a standalone or as part of the series.


Call of the Atlantic

Author: Joseph McAleer
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Jack London (1876-1916) is one of the most popular American authors in the world today. A vigorous self-promoter and the kind of media celebrity we would recognize today, London was America's first novelist to earn more than one million dollars a year from his writing (in today's currency). Call of the Atlantic reveals a side of London's life is essential to understanding the character, drive, and success of this extraordinary man -- namely, hispublishing odyssey overseas. Through correspondence, McAleer explores London's publishing career outside of North America, illuminating the relationships with publishers and agents, principally in Britain, that madeLondon a best-selling author on an international stage.


The Film Daily Year Book of Motion Pictures

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Contextual Practice

Author: Stephen Fredman
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Fredman makes the original argument that some of the most innovative works of poetry and art in the postwar period (1945–1970) engaged in a "contextual practice," a term that refers both to a way of making art characterized by assemblage and to a new relationship between art and life, an "erotic poetics."


A Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain Parnell Garth Rowe Addison Hughes Sheffield Prior Congreve Blackmore Fenton Granville Yalden

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Maza of the Moon

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A group of brave astronauts make a startling discovery on the moon! It was not as empty as they thought it was! excerptExcerpt"We've got to win that reward, Roger, or close up shop."Ted Dustin, youthful president and general manager of Theodore Dustin, Inc. reached mechanically for his tobacco pouch, filled his black briar, and sighed.Roger Sanders, assistant to the president, deposited his sheaf of papers on his desk, closed the door to the private office, and sat down in the chair facing his superior."You mean--?""I mean," replied Dustin, flicking his lighter with his thumb, "that in order to prepare the projectile for launching, we've spent every cent we had, and borrowed a lot besides. Theodore Dustin, Inc. is flat broke, and the plant is mortgaged from roof to drains. If we don't win that reward our creditors will be picking our bones in thirty days.""Mr. Dustin." A female voice, apparently issuing from empty air, spoke his name. He turned to the radiovisiphone, a plain-looking disc resting on a small pedestal at his elbow. It was wireless, and contained no buttons, levers or controls of any kind."Yes." As he spoke, the picture of his information clerk flashed on the disc. The word "Yes" had completed the connection."Mr. Evans of the 'Globe' would like to know if you are ready to interview the representatives of the press.""Any other reporters waiting?""There are twenty-seven in the reception room. Mr. Evans says you told them all to come at once.""I did," replied Dustin. "Send them up in five minutes. Off."When he spoke the word "Off," the picture disappeared, the connection having been broken by this word uttered alone with sharp emphasis.While Roger went out for chairs, he rose and walked to the window. For some time he stood there, gazing at the smokeless, chimney-less factories beneath him. During twenty of the thirty years of his life, or until 1954, there had been chimneys on these factories. Combustion--the burning of coal and oil--had been necessary to keep their wheels turning.But Dustin had changed all this by his invention which economically captured and stored the energy of the sun, converting it into electricity for light, heat and power, and putting manufacturing on a newer, cleaner basis. Now, at the age of thirty, he had lived to see his sun power units in almost universal use.


The Spectator

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The Publishers Trade List Annual

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Studies in Ancient Mesoamerica II

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