A wild and hilarious journey through adulting, from actress and comedian Mamrie Hart-the New York Times bestselling author of You Deserve a Drink. When Mamrie simultaneously enters her 30s and finds herself single for the first time since college, the world is suddenly full of possibilities. Emboldened by the cool confidence that comes with the end of one's 20s plus the newfound independence of an attachment-free lifestyle, Mamrie commits herself to living life with even more spirit, adventure, and heart than before. Mamrie dives into new experiences at full-tilt and seeks out once-in-a-lifetime opportunities (like meeting the Dixie Chicks), bucket-list goals (like visiting the Moulin Rouge), and madcap adventures (like going anchors-away on a Backstreet Boys cruise)-all while diving back into the dating world for the first time in a decade. In I've Got This Round, readers will find the same shameless honesty and I'll-try-anything-once spirit they loved in Hart's New York Times bestseller You Deserve a Drink. Mamrie doubles down on her strong female friendships, her willingness to engage in shenanigans, and her inimitable candor, taking the reader along for the ride.
Sure to become a must-have addition to the kitchen bookshelves of Southern Living cooking aficionados nationwide, the Southern Living Homestyle Cookbook combines fresh new comfort foods with the traditional, old-fashioned recipes we`ve come to know and expect from Southern Living. Four hundred hand-picked recipes are included, all kitchen tested and tried-and-true favorites of home cooks from Southern Living magazine readers, plus the best dishes from over 4,000 community cookbooks. The Southern Living Homestyle Cookbook highlights favorite down-home and delicious recipes from across the South, with a special section describing distinctly Southern flavors, such as Chesapeake Bay, the Low Country, Cajun and Creole, and the Heart of Dixie. Features: More than 400 recipes selected for their high rating by Southern Living Test Kitchens ProfessionalsMore than 100 all-new photographs show traditional family-favorite recipes in up-to-date presentations, with a savory mix of contemporary and traditional serving ideas and garnishesFor over 40 years, Southern Living magazine has delivered definitive Southern cuisine to its readers making it one of the most trusted recipe resources in the country, reaching over 16 million readers monthly.
One of the the American Library Association's Top Ten Fantasy and SF Novels of 2010. A sensuous, suspenseful modern fantasy of love, betrayal, and redemption. An "Aetherial Tales" novel that can be read as a standalone, Freda Warrington's Midsummer Night is a powerful contemporary fantasy, beginning with a prank that turns lethal when supernatural forces are unwittingly set loose. A century may not be enough to undo the terrible consequences of one fateful night's mischief. Decades ago, at the remote Cairndonan estate on a storm-lashed coastline where the veil between our world and the Aetherial realm is thin, Juliana Flagg's uncle - a young man called Adam - vanished in mysterious circumstances. Now Dame Juliana, a visionary artist, has inherited Cairndonan where she sculpts and runs a summer art school. However, all is not well, as she is plagued by ghosts, money troubles and her sinister ex-husband. A young athlete named Gill arrives to rent a cottage on the estate, in order to escape her own problems; a monstrous betrayal and an accident have destroyed her Olympic hopes. Now all Gill wants is solitude, but soon she's entangled with the mischievous, flamboyant artist Peta, the creepy manservant Ned Badger and other residents of the great house - not least Juliana herself. One day Gill wanders into a strange village called Boundry that appears on no map. There she meets the seductive Rufus and his equally attractive but silent, brooding companion, Leith. The encounter leaves her unsettled. Soon after, during a violent storm, Leith comes through the portal in a state of distress and begs shelter at Gill's cottage. Though he can explain nothing of his past, his innocence and charm capture her heart. But Leith becomes the focus of increasingly vicious arguments among the estate's residents. Who is he - and who is the charismatic, cruel Rufus who claims to be his brother? Are these two young men as innocent as they seem - or are they poised to visit vengeance, death and heartbreak upon the human world? Gill, aided by Peta, stumbles into ever-greater danger as she tries to untangle the mysteries of Cairndonan's past. But only when Dame Juliana finally dares to reveal Midsummer Night - the sinister, haunted sculpture to which she's devoted years of her life - will the full storm break loose at last. A magical, romantic and suspenseful story filled with intrigue and adventure, Midsummer Night is a "moody and spine-shivering" (Publishers Weekly) follow up to Elfland, which won the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award for "Best Fantasy Novel of 2009." This standalone novel will appeal to readers of urban and modern fantasy and grab the attention of fans who love dark and sinister tales. Praise for Midsummer Night "Warrington doesn't miss a beat with this sinister, ghostly tale of some of the darker aspects of the Aetherial world and its denizens' dealings with humanity." -Publishers Weekly "Each book is a stand-alone volume and an absolute delight." -Charles de Lint, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction "With its elegant but not over-the-top flowery prose, immersive setting, well-developed characters, natural dialogue and mystery-filled plot, it has left me eager for more Aetherial Tales." -Fantasy Café "A powerful sense of wild landscape and strong characterization, plus a resonance of ancient magic, make Midsummer Night a truly compelling read." -Liz Williams, author of The Ghost Sister "Delicate as gossamer, rich as darkest chocolate, Midsummer Night is a delicious, delectable, ravishing concoction of a book that fills the senses and satisfies the dreaming mind." -Kari Sperring, author of Living With Ghosts "A sumptuous contemporary fantasy, rich with mysterious characters, romance and intrigue. Beautifully written, a delight to read." -Justina Robson, author of Glorious Angels "One of the things that defines great fantasy is a Mythos that 'speaks' to the reader... In Midsummer Night, and the book in the series before it, Elfland, Freda Warrington shapes a rich Mythos. But Midsummer Night is not just a fantasy set in another world; it's also a contemporary mystery, thriller and romance. I thoroughly enjoyed it, lost myself in Freda's world quite happily for hours at a time and look forward to more." -Storm Constantine, author of the Wraeththu Chronicles "Now let's see why I found Midsummer Night so impressive... The plotting of the novel is superb with all the aforementioned secrets slowly revealed... This seamless integration of character back story and forward action is another major strength and Midsummer Night just flows with no narrative walls... all integrated in a tapestry." -Fantasybookcritic.blogspot.com "Like so many British and Irish fantasy writers, Warrington writes beautiful prose with lush descriptions. She digs deep into her characters, and, as they develop, the readers learn surfaces are far different from the real people
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