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Make it dramatic with 24 easy modern quilts from best-selling author Kim Schaefer (over 200,000 books sold.) Bold black-and-white designs with bright accent colors bring a graphic modern style to your table, walls, or sofa. These quilts are easy to customize by using your own favorite colors as accents. The sewing is easy, too, with Kim's simple piecing techniques and fusible appliqué. Book includes 24 projects, some featuring appliqué, in a variety of sizes: placemats, table runners, wall hangings, and lap quilts. Black-and-white modern designs will always stay in style.
Introduces, in brief text and illustrations, a variety of animals whose coloring is black and white.
Callen Michaels and Andrew Manne first meet at a wedding in 1990 and fall madly in love. She is a freelance writer and artist. He is a stylist for a high-end fashion magazine in Vancouver, British Columbia. Seven years later, on March 30, 1997, Andrew commits suicide. Two days later, Callen is brutally raped. This is their tragic love story. But even after these two life-changing events, Callen is able to start over. This compelling novel is loosely based on author Sandra Leigh Savage's life. Her husband's suicide prompted her to write the Together Forever series in the hopes it would help others who have experienced the devastation of suicide. After coming out of the darkness following her late husband's death, Sandra Leigh was inspired to write a love story between two people who come together, but are ripped apart when Callen finds Andrew dead from suicide. "It is in this story that I dedicate this book to my late husband, Andrew Michael Savage, who committed suicide on March 30, 1997." About the Author Sandra Leigh Savage says, "People don't like to talk about suicide, but this subject needs to be heard again from another perspective. Mine. I am a survivor of suicide. I believe that my life was spared and I was needed here to share this story of heartbreak and deep sadness. I want to put a name to suicide; my husband's, Andrew Michael Savage. It took many years of recovery for me to wake up again and to start a new life." She wants to show others how to move on and begs readers: "Hear my message, hear Andrew's message. Please, choose life over suicide." She lives in Burnaby, British Columbia. Headshot photographer: Kasha Raelaina Savage Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/SandraLeighSavage
In Bright Boulevards, Bold Dreams, Donald Bogle tells–for the first time–the story of a place both mythic and real: Black Hollywood. Spanning sixty years, this deliciously entertaining history uncovers the audacious manner in which many blacks made a place for themselves in an industry that originally had no place for them. Through interviews and the personal recollections of Hollywood luminaries, Bogle pieces together a remarkable history that remains largely obscure to this day. We discover that Black Hollywood was a place distinct from the studio-system-dominated Tinseltown–a world unto itself, with unique rules and social hierarchy. It had its own talent scouts and media, its own watering holes, elegant hotels, and fashionable nightspots, and of course its own glamorous and brilliant personalities. Along with famous actors including Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, Hattie McDaniel (whose home was among Hollywood’s most exquisite), and, later, the stunningly beautiful Lena Horne and the fabulously gifted Sammy Davis, Jr., we meet the likes of heartthrob James Edwards, whose promising career was derailed by whispers of an affair with Lana Turner, and the mysterious Madame Sul-Te-Wan, who shared a close lifelong friendship with pioneering director D. W. Griffith. But Bogle also looks at other members of the black community–from the white stars’ black servants, who had their own money and prestige, to gossip columnists, hairstylists, and architects–and at the world that grew up around them along Central Avenue, the Harlem of the West. In the tradition of Hortense Powdermaker’s classic Hollywood: The Dream Factory and Neal Gabler’s An Empire of Their Own, in Bright Boulevards, Bold Dreams, Donald Bogle re-creates a vanished world that left an indelible mark on Hollywood–and on all of America.
Black and white quilts have become a hot new trend for quilters of all ages. A seemingly simple pattern can be dramatically updated merely by adding a little black and white fabric into the design. The book includes projects that are completely black and white and also includes designs that have splashes of colour, or just splashes of black and white. Quilters will love the variety of designs, from an adorable cat wall hanging to a bold bed quilt made up of black, white and bright yellow fabrics. Techniques used include applique, patchwork and foundation piecing. Each design is shown in a lifestyle photograph, has an assembly diagram and is accompanied by a complete materials list and step-by-step instructions.
365 days, 7 fights, 4 Kos, 3 decisions, 2 scandals, 1 missing ear, 1 wild yearChris Jones did not know what he was getting himself into. He looked for a sport to call his own when he was hired as a rookie reporter. He found boxing. Over the course of the year that followed, the dark trade would creep deeply inside him, set his heart pumping one minute and break it the next. Make him stare at violence and dare him not to flinch. In Falling Hard, Jones proves himself to the latest in a line of lyricists to be drawn into boxing's storied corruption plagued world. He gets dressed down by Don King, meets the troubled guy who found Evander Holyfield's ear, goes to Muhammed Ali's birthday party, and witnesses Naseem Hamed explode while Mike Tyson implodes. Falling Hard is in equal measure victory and defeat - an intoxicating mix that leaves Jones addicted to boxing's special brand of pain. Humorous, infuriating and suspenseful, this is boxing distilled to its essence by sports writing's brightest star.

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