A no nonsense guide to the new generation of witch who feels overwhelmed or intimidated by all the information available . This Advice is meant to help you discover your authentic path, your greatest power, and your true happiness.
If you own and operate a small retail business, this guide will give you a proven system for marketing your store, allowing you to compete with online merchants and big-box stores alike. Full of fresh and innovative ideas for promoting small stores, it will show you how to create a great in-store experience and build loyal, long-lasting relationships with customers.
In October 1990, the Library of Congress announced its list of twenty-five culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant films to be added to the National Film Registry. The River, written and directed by Pare Lorentz in 1937, was inducted along with Scorsese's Raging Bull and Capra's It's a Wonderful Life. Originally published in 1967, Pare Lorentz and the Documentary Film was the first book devoted exclusively to the works of Lorentz. Robert L. Snyder focuses on the films Lorentz made for the United States Film Service - The River, The Plow That Broke the Plains, and The Fight for Life. With the exception of a few vintage World War I training films, these three films were the first made by the government for general viewing by the American public. It was Lorentz's idea to produce a series of films about the pressing problems facing the nation during the Great Depression - drought, floods, poverty, and slums. With an initial budget of $6,000 and the enormous drive and energy of a young director who had never made a motion picture, the beginnings were anything but auspicious.
The results, however, were sensational and often made national headlines. In spite of inadequate budgets, bureaucratic red tape, professional jealousies, Lorentz developed new filming techniques and set new standards in his documentaries.
Snyder has written a perceptive account of the production of these classic films and the contemporary reaction to them, along with a critical evaluation of each work.
This is an important book for anyone interested in documentary film and the history of the Depression era.
Mystery Montage is a collection of short story mystery genres that include: cozy, cultural (Africa), psychological, suspense, paranormal, noir, experimental, humorous, romance, a novella, and a three page short. From a small village in Africa's Maasai Mara, to under the boardwalk in Atlantic City, NJ, murders are discovered.
On an Amtrak train as well as a spiritual plane, suspects are caught. The stories are uniquely different as motives are explored and crimes solvedthrough a writer's journal, emails, and by an answering machine. The diversity of the eleven short stories will capture your interest and entertain from start to finish.
Prekookeanska avantura najpoznatije srpske detektivke Šta može da izvuče iz depresije detektiva bez posla sem kakav leš? Recimo ženski, u dnu strmih stepenica koje vode u podrum crkve Svetog Savatija, jedne od nekoliko naših u velikom severnoameričkom gradu na Velikim jezerima. Nesrećan slučaj ili ubistvo u crkvi? Ne valja kako god okreneš, pa crkveni odbor angažuje Hari da malo pronjuška i mimo policije. Kopajući po životu mrtve žene Hari zalazi u živote ljudi koji su je poznavali. Tipova raznih - ekonomska, politička, intelektualna, seksualna emigracija ... I, opet razna, službena lica ovdašnje države na privremenim dužnostima na Velikim jezerima. Uspeva da raskopa jedino svoj sopstveni život. Sa epilogom... na kraju knjige. Dijasporo, i Bogu si teška !