Ginger Speaks

Just then Ginger woke from her nap, having heard the sound of E.T.'s ship overhead. Moments later he entered my study, ... I've seen it many times in the past and find that I'm always thrilled when I'm surrounded 226 Ginger Speaks.

Ginger Speaks

Ginger Speaks is a fascinating esoteric fantasy about a group of twenty cats channeled from the other side by Ginger. One of the most interesting characters to appear is Butch, Travelin' Hip Cat, who lives and teaches at Love Land Ranch with the help of a group of Hip Cat musicians. Boots the Flying Monkey Cat returns to relate her adventures in a new dimension. Green-Eyed Rita Baby tells us about her work in Virtual Reality Productions. The story really takes on a new turn when E.T. Cat from Felinas Four introduces the reader to his "Rainbow of Possibilities" and "Bubble Workshop." On journeys to Felinas Four we explore his Garden of Seed Dreams and visit the Cave of Lights. Besides being humorous and entertaining, Ginger Speaks will expose the reader to a profound insight into the meaning of existence here and in other dimensions as well…

Ginger Bread

“Ask Ginger?” Baily picked up my food dish. “Suddenly, you think Ginger speaks or even likes you?” “Maybe he does. I like him. I like...never mind.” Baily scraped what little food I'd left into the trashcan, and then went back to the ...

Ginger Bread

Ginger the cat is the centerpiece of a lucrative entertainment and merchandising empire. A blue Christmas seems certain when his owner Katherine passes away right before Thanksgiving. Katherine’s will appoints her loving and loyal groundskeeper Baily as executor, leaving estranged grandson Del livid. Since Del wasn’t around, it’s stipulated he must spend thirty days under the same roof as Ginger and Baily to get to know the cat as a loving companion, not just a commodity, in order to share in any inheritance. As the men bond over the weeks leading into Christmas, Baily is unaware Scrooge-like Del is sneaking around, searching out cash and other valuables. Will they be able to make nice once Baily discovers Del’s naughtiness? Which list does Ginger end up on? And what will Katherine’s last gift to each man mean to their future?

A Dirty Old Man Goes Bad

The other day my friend Ginger, a nurse, told me about one of her patients, a stroke victim who spoke only Spanish. ... Ginger speaks a little Spanish but did not know the word for "swallow" so she looked it up in an online ...

A Dirty Old Man Goes Bad

A Dirty Old Man Goes Bad, by John Cowart, records the humor and happiness of a frustrated writer. John's daily blog, Rabid Fun, bears the caption, A befuddled ordinary Christian looks for spiritual realities in day to day living. Sounds like a downer. Yet, over 104,000 readers from 102 countries visited his website in 2005. A Dirty Old Man Goes Bad reveals John's happy joys as well as his struggles with temptation over bitterness, resentment, pornography, Microsoft, depression, laziness, Google, Blogger, pettiness, sloth, Krispy Kreme Donuts, and anger. All in all, this is a real-time love story told day by day by a man who loves reality.

Healer

Sheneeka defers to Ginger, "What are you having?" Ravenswood, who has already written down lemonade for Ginger, puts a ditto beside Sheneeka's order. He decides that like most folks who want to be in, ... Ginger speaks 40 Healer.

Healer

Thomass book of everyday prayers celebrates love, friendship, birthdays, and weddings--welcoming grace and joy into the lives of people of all ages. (Motivation)

Mother Mary Speaks to Us

As she bent to kiss her cheek , Ginger spoke in a barely audible whisper . “ Did you have another of your dreams , sis ? ” LaVerne told her that she had received a dream vision of her condition . “ Then you shouldn't be sad , little ...

Mother Mary Speaks to Us

A collection of eyewitness accounts of encounters with the Virgin Mary emphasizes the power of Mary's personal messages, as well as reviews significant historical sightings in places such as Fatima and Lourdes. 25,000 first printing.

Ginger Talks

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Ginger Talks

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Over the Rainbow with Bhagawan Butch

In the previous book I wrote, “Ginger Speaks,” our channeling cat, Ginger, con— tacted several deceased felines from the family of cats we've cared for over the years, and one of them emerged to play a key role. We discovered that Butch ...

Over the Rainbow with Bhagawan Butch

Butch was an interesting cat when he was alive. Now that he's dead he's even more so. In his feline-humanoid form-he plays the guitar and often talks to his former mistress, the writer he calls Sweet Lady. He also takes her and Ginger, the channel, on the most amazing adventures in dimensions beyond normal sight-but no less real for all of that.Once incarnated on earth to study humans, Butch is now back on "the other side" at his own "pad" as he calls it (Butch is definitely something of a Beatnik). Over there, he is recognized as a Bhagawan or spiritual Master.Sweet Lady has chronicled her dream time travels with Butch-with edits from Ginger who perches atop her monitor when she writes. She introduces us to fascinating people, shares the deeper meaning of life she discovers, and whisks us along through the wonderful realms of her imagination.But why does it seem so real? Could it be that it is the true reality she describes? "We-e-l-l-l," Bhagawan Butch would say, "that's what you gotta decide." -Laren Bright Laren Bright is an Emmy nominated and award winning writer who has spent years in helping business, authors and self-published authors provide sparkling promotional text.

Ginger Talks

Ginger Talks

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How to Develop Self Confidence and Improve Public Speaking

Fourth: Pause Before and After Important Ideas Lincoln often paused in his speaking. When he had come to a big idea that he wished to impress ... In the following excerpt from Holman's Ginger Talks, I have marked the places where a ...

How to Develop Self Confidence and Improve Public Speaking

Develop poise Gain self-confidence Improve your memory Make your meaning clear Begin and end a talk Interest and charm your audience Improve your diction Win and argument without making enemies.

Tune It Out

Ginger's voice is doing that thing again, fake cheery and two octaves too high, her Mary Poppins voice. “She's coming to Nashville. ... A pause hangs heavy in the air before Ginger speaks. “Until we have the hearing and the court makes ...

Tune It Out

Twelve-year-old Lou Montgomery's life has been centered on her mother's terrifying plan to make her a singing star, but a crisis reveals Lou's sensory processing disorder and people determined to help her address it.

Table Talk

Mix all well together , and add enough four NEW YORK GINGER BREAD . to make a stiff paste . ... All the spices , but the Properly speaking , butter is the fatty portion ginger can be omitted if desired . of the milk , and is obtained by ...

Table Talk


Speaking Up

Ginger, who was born in a rural Arkansas town which she describes as ”Five thousand people on a dirt road in the middle of nowhere," recalled, ”I had no exposure to row crops, soybeans, cotton, or rice. I was inexperienced in every ...

Speaking Up

"There are two times when you're alone in life: one is when you die, and the other is when you present to senior management."--Rick Wallace, CEO, KLA-Tencor Unless you're lucky enough to be the CEO, you'll need to present your ideas to people up the chain to get anything done--and those presentations can sometimes be brutal. Careers and projects can come unwound in a matter of minutes if the presenter doesn't know the rules at the top level. Tactics and techniques that work wonderfully with peers, subordinates, and immediate supervisors suddenly crumble in the tense meeting room with the "bigwigs." A psychologist by training, Gilbert offers revelatory insights into the minds of the men and women who make it to the top--critical information if you're going to understand what they're looking for from you. He keeps it simple by focusing on three key imperatives for "speaking up:" 1. know the people, 2. get to the point, and 3. improvise. Gilbert's research suggests that 67% of middle managers break one or more of these rules. Based on ten years of research and hundreds of interviews, Gilbert's book is unique in featuring extensive comments from C-level leaders explaining exactly what they want and don't want in a presentation, as well as mid-level managers' stories of triumphs and tragedies and what they learned as a result. This is a must have book for surviving the high-stakes meeting.

The Fine Art of Insincerity

Overcome by sheer disbelief at his matter-of-fact summary, I can't speak. Ginger has always said that Michael lives more in his head than in his emotions, and now I see the proof of it. He speaks like a true professor, ...

The Fine Art of Insincerity

Bestselling author Angela Elwell Hunt returns to the genre—contemporary women’s fiction—that has brought her some of her greatest success with this novel about three sisters who have struggled with being committed in their marriages. Three grown Southern sisters have ten marriages between them—and more loom on the horizon—when Ginger, the eldest, wonders if she’s the only one who hasn’t inherited what their family calls “the Grandma Gene”: the tendency to like the casualness of courtship better than the intimacy of marriage. Could it be that her two sisters are fated to serially marry, just like their seven-times wed grandmother, Mrs. Lillian Irene Harper Winslow Goldstein Carey James Bobrinski Gordon George? It takes a “girls only” weekend, closing up Grandma’s treasured beach house for the last time, for the sisters to really unpack their family baggage, examine their relationship DNA, and discover the true legacy their much-marrying grandmother left behind…

Run

Aunt Ginger is shaking as she speaks. She's falling apart. I don't want to confront her right now, but really? Really? Did she see our mother last Labor Day? Did this aunt who we never knew existed up until twentyfour hours ago stay in ...

Run

A twisted murder, a tangle of lies... Now Rylee must run for her life What if you discovered that everything you thought you knew about yourself was a lie? Rylee is fifteen. She comes home from school one afternoon to find the most shocking thing possible - her father dead, with a knife through his heart, and a key clutched in his hand. Her mother's purse is on the counter, but she appears to be long gone. A message in blood is written on the floor... RUN. With her brother in tow, Rylee begins a dark journey, one that will uncover horrific and chilling crimes and lead her to an unexpected and gruesome discovery about her real father and what - or who - is behind his insatiable desire to kill. By the journey's end Rylee's childhood is a long way behind her... RUN is the first title in the new Vengeance series, following Rylee as she begins to piece together the story of her life and to avenge unpunished crimes - starting with her own. This is DEXTER with a feisty female protagonist unlike any other in contemporary young adult fiction.

Ginger

Ginger continued to sip her drink. Before Joe got his thoughts rearranged, the waiter was asking for their order. When the waiter left, Ginger spoke, “It wasn't very long after we met that I suspected you weren't just plain Lloyd.

Ginger

Ginger is from a small town with two small children, she develops a simple plan to meet and entice a successful politician to fall for her. It is so simple it works. As she gets involved she realizes that she is falling in love with him. The relationship leads her into a dangerous political game when her life becomes in great peril.

Deadlands

I glared at her, but decided not to ask what the hell she was talking about in case I looked stupid. 'Okay,' I said. 'What else?' Ginger spoke up. 'See, mate, the first rule of Mall Rats is: Never talk about Mall Rats.' Saint groaned.

Deadlands

Welcome to the Deadlands, where life is a lottery. Since the apocalypse, Cape Town's suburbs have become zombie-infested Deadlands. Human survivors are protected from the living dead by sinister, shrouded figures - the Guardians. In return, five teenagers are 'chosen' and handed over to them for a mysterious purpose: this year, Lele de la Fontein's name is picked. But Lele will not stick around and face whatever shady fate the Guardians have in store for her. She escapes, willing to take her chances in the Deadlands. Alone, exiled and unable to return home, she runs into a misfit gang of renegade teens: Saint, a tough Batswana girl; Ginger, a wise-cracking Brit; and handsome Ash, a former child soldier. Under their tutelage, Lele learns how to seriously destroy zombies and together they uncover the corruption endemic in Cape Town, and come to learn the sickening truth about the Guardians . . .

Speaking for Animals

However, in the chapters describing Ginger's life, she narrates a series of traumatic encounters with humans, beginning with her “breaking in.” This first contact she had with men reads as a scene of domination, or, as Landsbury argues, ...

Speaking for Animals

For thousands of years, in the myths and folktales of people around the world, animals have spoken in human tongues. Western and non-Western literary and folkloric traditions are filled with both speaking animals, some of whom even narrate or write their own autobiographies. Animals speak, famously, in children’s stories and in cartoons and films, and today, social networking sites and blogs are both sites in which animals—primarily pets—write about their daily lives and interests. Speaking for Animals is a compilation of chapters written from a variety of disciplines that attempts to get a handle on this cross cultural and longstanding tradition of animal speaking and writing. It looks at speaking animals in literature, religious texts, poetry, social networking sites, comic books, and in animal welfare materials and even library catalogs, and addresses not just the "whys" of speaking animals, but the implications, for the animals and for ourselves.

Speaking of Epidemics in Chinese Medicine

However, why is it that these days southeasterners often eat black pepper, ginger, and cassia bark, yet they are not sickened. Why do northwesterners avoid consuming acrid and heating substances such as black pepper and ginger?

Speaking of Epidemics in Chinese Medicine

"This book is the biography of a Chinese disease. Born in antiquity and reaching maturity during the epidemics that swept China during the seventeenth-century collapse of the Ming dynasty, the ancient notion of wenbing Warm diseases continued to play a role even in the response of Traditional Chinese Medicine to the outbreak of SARS in 2002-3. By following wenbing from its birth to maturity and even life in modern times this book approaches the history of Chinese medicine from a new angle. It explores the possibility of replacing older narratives that stress progress and linear development with accounts that pay attention to geographic, intellectual, and cultural diversity. By doing so it integrates the history of Chinese medicine into broader historical studies in a way that has not so far been attempted, and addresses the concerns of a readership much wider than that of Chinese medicine specialists"--Provided by publisher.

From Tian anmen to Times Square

... Ginger talks about Taipei as analogous to the Wild West as she tries to recruit Marthe into prostitution by saying she ... than closer to home in the European Union center of Paris , because " everyone speaks English " in Taipei .

From Tian anmen to Times Square

From Tian'anmen to Times Square: Transnational China and the Chinese Diaspora on Global Screens, 1989-1997 explores the important interconnections involving questions of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality on world screens by examining a range of films, videos, and digital works associated with global Chinese culture. The ways in which the world has imagined China and the images the Chinese have used to depict themselves have changed dramatically since 1989. The media spotlight placed on Beijing during the spring of 1989 created repercussions that continue to affect how China is seen globally, how it sees itself, and how the Chinese outside the People's Republic see themselves. The films and other texts included in this book represent a range of work by media artists working within China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and on transnational co-productions involving those places. The book also features media from other positions within the Chinese diaspora (including Chinese America) and work produced on China by non-Chinese. Highlighting questions of the circulation of images, people, and commodities, the book explores the important interconnections involving questions of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality on global screens. Beginning and ending with Tian'anmen and world image culture, a portrait emerges of momentous change and persistent challenges facing media artists and filmmakers working within "Greater China."

Ginger Talks

Ginger Talks