Peter Hunter was the flamboyant Creative Director at Levine, Tate and Delorios, one of Seattle's hottest agencies. His ideas were brilliant -- both in the boardroom and on the set -- and he had all the awards to prove it. But the one award he didn't have was the famed "Clio" -- the top prize for the "world's greatest commercial." In his pursuit of this "Woman of Perfection", his charmed life took a turn for the worse and he suddenly found himself running with the devil to save his very soul.
For a couple of twenty-something guys, most nights out "on the town" start out with a lot of promise, but then again there are some nights that can darken very quickly. Jim and Richard were just a couple of young guys who were out to "paint the town red". Little did they know, however, that somewhere between the darkness and the dawn their "night on the town" would turn a sinister shade of grey.
Barbara and Alicia decided to celebrate their re-union by getting away for a weekend...so they rented a houseboat and planned a tour of Blackberry Bay. It was going to be a dream weekend, a time for two old school chums to get together and reminisce about their childhood friendship, but as soon as they set sail, things started to go wrong, things started to go terribly wrong.
The age-old addage is that when life gives you lemons, you've got to make lemonade. For Larry Walters, however, life was more like a tedious, never-ending "hailstorm" of lemons. How did he find shelter? How did he turn so many lemons into so many millions of dollars worth of "lemonade". The answer will not only surprise you, but inspire you in your own life!
a psychology student, decided to leave his
job as a Professor's Assistant and get out there "in the field"
Like it or not, your business is at the mercy of the internet. You can either accept that fact or just plain ole' get out of whatever business that you happen to be in. The recession has only exacerbated the problem -- and today's "brick and mortar" businesses are losing out to businesses that are outpricing them on the internet. Many businesses are floundering today because of their inability to deal with the internet. Don't be one of them! This informative new book not only gives you great ideas on how to keep your business alive but thrive with some fascinating new ideas on how to promote your business on the world wide web.
Talia Sheare was cruising along as an ad agency copywriter and she thought she was doing well -- that is, until her boss called her into his office for a "little chat". Talia was let go and, since her job was her life, her life spiralled into a pit of deep despair. Not to worry, though. Life has its curious ways of turning things around and working things out. Talia re-formulated herself and her life and landed squarely on her feet in a new job and a new career -- and it was a career that she actually loved! How did she do it? Find out how!
Professor Winston Headswell teaches English at Zeneca U. Unbelievably and incredibly, at the tender age of seven years old, he had read every novel that had ever been written -- and found serious structural faults with every one of them. So he decided to work on his own novel -- an autobiography of his own life, of how he rose from the ashes of crushing poverty to become a revered world famous scholar. Professor Headswell is brilliant, albeit somewhat pompous and pretentious. He suffers fools lightly and rules his University, his fellow professors and his students with an iron first. But then, one day his students thought it was time to teach Professor Headswell a lesson, and, oddly enough, the University turned its head to the whole matter.
Three separate research teams, working in different parts of the globe, discover facts about the earth that were never known before. The findings
are incredible, but when all the evidence is finally pieced together, the final result is astonishing -- and it points to a future that puts our planet in
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Art Linkletter once said "Kids Say The Darndest Things". With respect to Mr. Linkletter, he never met my father