Author: Richard WHITTINGHAM (of New York.), Genre: , Total Page: , Publisher: , ISBN: BL:A0021112795

Author: David Ewen, Genre: Music, Total Page: 308, Publisher: Signet Book, ISBN: IND:30000042977961

Author: , Genre: , Total Page: 92, Publisher: vishu, ISBN:

Author: Matthew Roberson, Genre: Literary Criticism, Total Page: 295, Publisher: State University of New York Press, ISBN: 9780791486825

Examines Sukenick's role in reshaping the American literary tradition.

Author: Sean A O’Reilly, Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Total Page: 110, Publisher: AuthorHouse, ISBN: 9781728391229

This is a collection of short narratives of some of my life’s encounters with people, both socially and in sports events. Life cannot exist without food and drink and so naturally, a few stories on bread, cheese and the amber nectar get an airing as well as my favorite pub. Work and play feature greatly in our lives and I have included some of my contributions, hopefully positive ones, from my life’s travails. For most people their pets are very important to their well being so our now deceased, but amazing Silly Billy the cat, gets his own story. The reader can select a story in the order that catchers their interest. Enjoy.

Author: Paul James, Genre: Humor, Total Page: , Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc, ISBN: 9781329577770

Over the past too many decades I’ve been watching the world turn every which way it can and shaking my head in wonder. However, I didn’t just wonder, I wrote a lot of my thoughts down and they were published in a number of different newspapers. Those random thoughts ranged from family life to current affairs and that most easily teased slice of life called ‘work’. My musings are often humorous, it’s hard not to laugh at our neighbors, as Jane Austen remarked two hundred years ago, and progress does often make things worse, as Agatha Christie commented only a hundred years ago. Sometimes, however, my musings weren’t intended to be humorous but even then they were not meant to be unpleasant, there’s enough of that in all the other things you’ll watch and read out there. So, if you’re in the mood for whiling away a very short span of time reading how someone from a different planet (or so I’m often told) sees the world, this short book is where you need to be.

Author: Manvi, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: , Publisher: Verses Kindler Publication, ISBN:

Author: Satya Narayana Sarma Rupenaguntla, Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit, Total Page: 944, Publisher: Panchawati Spiritual Foundation, ISBN:

This book contains practical advices given by the author to the spiritual seekers over a decade. There are 360 topics into which this voluminous work is divided covering everything that a seeker needs to know about the intricacies of the path. Usually there is a lot of confusion in the spiritual field, with gurus springing up like mushrooms everywhere, professing their own ideologies as standard systems of sadhana. In this state of affairs, the age-old traditions of Vedanta, Yoga and Tantra are freely being borrowed from and used for selfish gains but seldom acknowledged, much less clearly explained. Going through the available literature on these subjects, the reader is usually perplexed and often misled. Hence arises the need to explain the spiritual path and its sadhanas authentically and clearly. In this book, you will see the practical spiritual wisdom of India explained in simple terms, covering the intricate topics of Vedanta, Yoga, Tantra, Indian Astrology and Mysticism in the light of the teachings of great saints, both ancient and modern.

Author: Frederic Townsend, Genre: Patients, Total Page: 286, Publisher: , ISBN: HARVARD:HNPYIN

Author: John Cox, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 252, Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers, ISBN: 9781666737011

99 Musings is for men and women who desire to know God and follow Jesus with authenticity and integrity. The first disciples were far from perfect, and yet God called them, loved them, equipped them, picked them up when they struggled, and blessed them. As was true for them so it is possible for us today. The Musings seek to inspire, encourage, sometimes challenge, and, most importantly, remind the reader of God’s faithfulness, even when circumstance don’t make sense. Written in contemporary language, each Musing is relevant and easily applied to today’s world. This is not a book of spiritual idealism and abstraction but rather a work that tries to make sense of the teachings of Jesus, the promises of God, and the power of the Holy Spirit. It is about a kind and loving God who is a Father. He wants to walk alongside us in our lives with his presence and power. He delights in us where we are, and he is not interested in our being perfect, trying harder, keeping rules, or performing. His focus is on friendship and relationship from which all else flows—and that is the heart of these Musings.