Consumer Behaviour is an exciting, new European text written in student friendly language and designed specifically around how students learn. Using their considerably experience, Martin Evans, Ahmad Jamal and Gordon Foxall present a concise exploration of the key aspects of the Consumer Behaviour in a lively but rigorous manner. They also include topical issues, such as Consumer Misbehaviour, and the growing trend within marketing to attempt to understand consumers through an ever-expanding range of personalised transactional and profile data.
In this thrilling conclusion to the Civil War trilogy, Bronwen Llyr must convince Union Army generals of General Lee's battle plans before Northern forces retreat.
On The Way Home is the story of Harold Robertson, retired high school history teacher, and former US Congressman, who happened to be in the wrong place at the right time. Harold has lost his wife to an aneurysm, and his older brother to the war in Vietnam. Retired from Congress, Harold is at a loss to see where his life is going; that is until he attends an Immigration and Naturalization ceremony at Mount Rushmore on Memorial Day, 2015. His world is turned upside down in an instant, leaving him with a broken body and mind to mend.
What Harold doesn't know, is that America is hungry for the simple strength which he learned in the classroom and on the House floor. That, and he is about to find love for the second time in his life in the aftermath of the attack.
Everybody knows her as Heather, but Debbie Porter is hiding a secret that could get her and everybody else in this small mountain town killed. Keadon Myers, the retired Navy special ops man, isn't a stranger to danger. He came to Loral Hills to get his brother out of an emotional hell and back into reality. With one mission nearly behind him he's taking on a new one—keep Debbie alive and give her the security she needs so she can stop running. Will Debbie's nightmare hit end game in Loral Hills? Or will Keadon, with the help of his brother, defeat the men who have been hunting her for the past five years?
Been meaning to try yoga for years now but never seem to make it to class? Maybe you're afraid that you’re not flexible enough, thin enough, young enough, or mobile enough? Or maybe you've been to a few classes and are perplexed by the elements of yoga – the language, the philosophy, the history or the styles? Maybe you even had a bad experience with a teacher or a particular style? This is the book for you.
Let me- an experiencing yoga practitioner, teacher and writer - take you by the hand and lead you through everything you need to know about going to yoga classes. I know that going to your first yoga class – or tenth – can be intimidating and scary.
It's stepping into the great unknown. What will the teacher be like? What will the yoga be like? What will I be asked to do? What if can’t do anything? What if I …fart? Or what if I burst into tears? With a copy of The No-More-Excuses Guide to Yoga in your back pocket, you’ll already know all the answers to these questions. Your first class will still mean stepping into the great unknown, but you’ll feel like you’ve got a wise and compassionate friend on call to support you every step - and every OM - of the way.