A Mystery for Ghost Hunters! When Betsy's Aunt Maggie wants to drag her along on a ghost hunting excursion at the local abandoned tuberculosis hospital she isn't sure if she quite believes in ghosts. When she comes upon a fresh spirit in the form of a body, she starts to rethink about what really is haunting the hospital. Betsy must solve the murder in spite of her father, who is a lieutenant on the Pecan Bayou Police Force, town citizens worried about the effect of the occult on their children, and handsome stranger from Dallas. How do you get blood out of a silk blouse? Betsy Livingston can tell you in her newspaper column, "The Happy Hinter". When she's not writing, or taking care of her young son, she's busy solving mysteries in the tiny Texas town of Pecan Bayou.
The Dingo Debate explores the intriguing and relatively unknown story of Australia’s most controversial animal – the dingo. Throughout its existence, the dingo has been shaped by its interactions with human societies. With this as a central theme, the book traces the story of the dingo from its beginnings as a semi-domesticated wild dog in South-east Asia, to its current status as a wild Australian native animal under threat of extinction. It describes how dingoes made their way to Australia, their subsequent relationship with Indigenous Australians, their successful adaption to the Australian landscape and their constant battle against the agricultural industry.
During these events, the dingo has demonstrated an unparalleled intelligence and adaptable nature seen in few species. The book concludes with a discussion of what the future of the dingo in Australia might look like, what we can learn from our past relationship with dingoes and how this can help to allow a peaceful co-existence. The Dingo Debate reveals the real dingo beneath the popular stereotypes, providing an account of the dingo’s behaviour, ecology, impacts and management according to scientific and scholarly evidence rather than hearsay.
This book will appeal to anyone with an interest in Australian natural history, wild canids, and the relationship between humans and carnivores.
SURVIVING DIVORCE: A Divine Love Story " ‘A Divine Love Story’ is not a subtitle you expect to find for a book describing the aftermath of divorce.
Divorce seems like the very antithesis of a love story. But when I think about that incredibly difficult time; the one thing that stands out most as I look back, is the enduring love and tenderness of my Lord. Therefore, although this book alludes to the end of a love story between a man and a woman, it also marks a new beginning. The beginning of me recognizing that the God I served was not just up in the sky looking down, an absently benevolent God. He is ‘El Roi’ The God who sees me (Genesis 16:13). I came face to face with a God who is caring and present in all the vicissitudes of life – just as interested in the life-altering events as He is in the small details. A love story is about as true a description as I could give to my experience because it accurately describes the kind of attention and care and unconditional love that every girl dreams of finding in a lifelong partner; and it portrays the fledgling romance that began there on my knees as I poured out my broken heart...." Divorce can send you into a tail-spin down into the depths of despair, but you don't have to stay there After her 16-year marriage ended, Simone Miller went through an intense period of distress and anguish even while crying out to God for relief. Silence. It was only when she became still and became attuned to the voice of the Lord that the fog began to lift and she was able to see the path laid out before her. Surviving Divorce: A Divine Love Story is a guide that offers practical, actionable steps that are inspired by the Holy Spirit and backed by the Word of God. Simone draws you into her world as she experienced it during the worst of times and you rejoice with her as you catch the first glimpses of the sun peeping out through the clouds. One moment you’re feeling all of the roller coaster of emotions that Divorce evokes and the next, you take an unexpected turn and it evolves into a celebration of what the Potter’s hand can create out of the mis-shapen clay of our lives. You will focus on the following to start your healing journey: How to protect your mind against negative influences and break out of the vicious cycle of self-pity How to be thankful and focus on the positives in your life How engaging in activities bigger than yourself can help alleviate your pain and give you a broader perspective ...And many more! Retracing her steps through the painful period of her divorce, Simone doesn't just dispense another self-help book. She also shares with you her personal experience of how she got through the most trying period of her life and shows you how the end of your marriage, however painful, shouldn't eclipse your core faith... It may well usher you into the greatest love story of your life! Scroll up and download your copy today
Mums are the powerhouse of the Australian economy - they're responsible for more than 80 per cent of consumer spending. How well do you know them? Whether you are a small business owner who needs to increase sales on a low budget, or a corporate marketing manager, wondering why you're not selling more of a certain product, award-winning businesswoman Katrina McCarter has important information that can help you become more profitable.
Marketing To Mums offers a simple 8-step framework that shows you how to successfully market your product or service to mums. - Recognise the diverse nature of mums - Avoid the nine mistakes most businesses make - Attract mums to your business, then turn them into raving fans - Harness the power of social media and word of mouth advertising - Grow your business through partnerships By understanding who mums really are and how they make decisions, you will increase sales and improve your bottom line without breaking the bank.
A lyrical novel in the vein of Sara Baume and Eimear McBride, about marginalisation, mental illness and the power of nature and motherhood in restoring hope. A woman on the edge of the sea finds a girl on the edge of life. Brittle but not yet broken, Ia Pendilly ekes out a fierce life in a caravan on the coast of Cornwall - ravaged by floods, cut off from Europe and descended to military rule. In years of living with Bran - her embattled, battering cousin and common law husband - she's never had her own baby.
So Ia rescues the girl. And the girl, in turn, will rescue something in Ia - bringing back a memory she's lost, giving her the strength to escape, and leading her on a journey downriver, in search of family. In hope of freedom. Natasha Carthew tells a tale of marginalisation and motherhood in lyrical prose that crashes like waves on the sand; gritty, beautiful and utterly original.