Are You Afraid of the Dark Rum? is a tongue in cheek cocktail book for the former '90s kid and those just discovering how cool old-school Nickelodeon and Delia's once were. With recipes for alcoholic versions of childhood favorites like Ecto-Cooler and Mondo as well as creative pop-culture inspired originals like the Rum and Stimpy and Semi-Warmed Kind of Cider, this is a perfectly giftable mix of humor, nostalgia, and tasty recipes.
It is some time after Ed Chianese's trip into the Kefahuchi Tract. A major industry of the Halo is now tourism. The Tract has begun to expand and change, but, more problematically, parts of it have also begun to fall to earth, piecemeal, on the Beach planets. We are in a city, perhaps on New Venusport or Motel Splendido: next to the city is the event site, the zone, from out of which pour new, inexplicable artefacts, organisms and escapes of living algorithm - the wrong physics loose in the universe. They can cause plague and change. An entire department of the local police, Site Crime, exists to stop them being imported into the city by adventurers, entradistas, and the men known as 'travel agents', profiteers who can manage - or think they can manage - the bad physics, skewed geographies and psychic onslaughts of the event site. But now a new class of semi-biological artefact is finding its way out of the site, and this may be more than anyone can handle.
DigiCat Publishing presents to you this unique and meticulously edited E.Nesbit collection: The Bastable Trilogy_x000D_ The Story of the Treasure Seekers_x000D_ The Wouldbegoods_x000D_ The New Treasure Seekers_x000D_ The Psammead Trilogy_x000D_ Five Children and It_x000D_ The Phoenix and the Carpet_x000D_ The Story of the Amulet_x000D_ The Mouldiwarp Chronicles_x000D_ The House of Arden_x000D_ Harding's Luck_x000D_ Other Novels_x000D_ The Railway Children_x000D_ The Enchanted Castle_x000D_ The Magic City_x000D_ The Wonderful Garden_x000D_ Wet Magic_x000D_ Short Story Collections_x000D_ The Book of Dragons:_x000D_ The Book of Beasts_x000D_ Uncle James, or The Purple Stranger_x000D_ The Deliverers of Their Country_x000D_ The Ice Dragon, or Do as You Are Told_x000D_ The Island of the Nine Whirlpools_x000D_ The Dragon Tamers_x000D_ The Fiery Dragon, or The Heart of Stone and the Heart of Gold_x000D_ Kind Little Edmund, or The Caves and the Cockatrice_x000D_ Royal Children of English History:_x000D_ Alfred the Great_x000D_ Prince Arthur_x000D_ Henry the Third_x000D_ The First Prince of Wales_x000D_ Edward the Black Prince_x000D_ Henry the Fifth and the Baby King_x000D_ Pussy and Doggy Tales:_x000D_ Too Clever by Half_x000D_ The White Persian_x000D_ A Powerful Friend_x000D_ A Silly Question_x000D_ The Selfish Pussy_x000D_ Meddlesome Pussy_x000D_ Nine Lives_x000D_ The Magic World_x000D_ The Cat-hood of Maurice_x000D_ The Mixed Mine_x000D_ Accidental Magic_x000D_ The Princess and the Hedge-pig_x000D_ Septimus Septimusson_x000D_ The White Cat_x000D_ Belinda and Bellamant_x000D_ Justnowland_x000D_ The Related Muff_x000D_ The Aunt and Amabel_x000D_ Kenneth and the Carp_x000D_ The Magician's Heart_x000D_ Nine Unlikely Tales_x000D_ The Cockatoucan_x000D_ Whereyouwanttogoto_x000D_ The Blue Mountain_x000D_ The Prince, Two, Mice, and some Kitchen Maids_x000D_ Melisande_x000D_ Fortunatus Rex and Co._x000D_ The Sums That Came Right_x000D_ The Town in the Library, in the Town in the Library_x000D_ The Plush Usurpe_x000D_ Oswald Bastable and Others_x000D_ ..._x000D_ Edith Nesbit (1858-1924) was the author of world famous books for children - the tales of fantastical adventures, jou
The Railway Children' is a classic tale of humanity and eternal love and kindness found in children. E. Nesbit wrote and published it first, in The London Magazine in 1905 and then, in a complete book form in 1906. The story revolves around a family which was forced to leave its house in London and move to Yorkshire's railway colony after the father was falsely accused of spying. The children then befriends an old Gentleman (a daily commuter), who helps them prove their father innocent.
As well as creating beloved tales now celebrated as children's classics, E. Nesbit produced a diverse body of works, including political and modern novels for adults, highly-accomplished poetry, short stories and non-fiction. For the first time in publishing history, this eBook presents the complete fictional works of E. Nesbit, with numerous illustrations, rare works, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 2) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Nesbit's life and works * Concise introductions to the novels and other texts * ALL 22 extant novels, with individual contents tables * Rare novels like 'The Lark' appear here for the first time in publishing history * Images of how the books were first printed, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the texts * The children's novels are fully illustrated with their original artwork * Explore the original illustrations of the 'The Railway Children' and other famous works * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry and the short stories * Rare poetry not available in other collections * Easily locate the poems or short stories you want to read * Includes Nesbit's non-fiction treatise on adults learning from children * Special criticism section, with contemporary reviews and articles evaluating Nesbit's contribution to literature * Features Nesbit's rare memoir on her younger years * Ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres * UPDATED with 9 more works, including seminal horror story collections Please note: a few rare works are not available in print at the time of publication. If these works become available, they will be added to the collection as a free update. CONTENTS: The Bastable Series The Story of the Treasure Seekers (1899) The Wouldbegoods (1901) The New Treasure Seekers (1904) The Psammead Series Five Children and It (1902) The Phoenix and the Carpet (1904) The Story of the Amulet (1906) The House of Arden Series The House of Arden (1908) Harding’s Luck (1909) Other Children’s Novels The Railway Children (1906) The Enchanted Castle (1907) The Magic City (1910) The Wonderful Garden (1911) Wet Magic (1913) Five of Us and Madeline (1925) Novels for Adults The Prophet’s Mantle (1885) The Red House (1902) The Incomplete Amorist (1906) Salome and the Head (1909) Daphne in Fitzroy Street (1909) Dormant (1911) The Incredible Honeymoon (1916) The Lark (1922) The Short Story Collections Something Wrong (1893) Grim Tales (1893) Pussy and Doggy Tales (1895) In Homespun (1896) Royal Children of English History (1897) The Children’s Shakespeare (1897) The Book of Dragons (1901) Nine Unlikely Tales (1901) The Literary Sense (1903) Oswald Bastable and Others (1905) Man and Maid (1906) These Little Ones (1909) Fear (1910) The Magic World (1912) To the Adventurous (1923) Uncollected Short Stories The Short Stories List of Short Stories in Chronological Order List of Short Stories in Alphabetical Order The Poetry Collections Lays and Legends (1886) All Round the Year (1888) Landscape and Song (1888) Lays and Legends: Second Series (1892) A Pomander of Verse (1895) Songs of Love and Empire (1898) The Rainbow and the Rose (1905) Ballads and Lyrics of Socialism (1908) Many Voices (1922) The Poems List of Poems in Chronological Order List of Poems in Alphabetical Order The Non-Fiction Wings and the Child (1913) The Criticism List of Reviews and Nesbit Related Articles The Autobiography My School Days (1897)
Share the joy of reading to your little ones and take them into the magical land of dragons, fairies, elves and fantasies with this meticulously edited collection:_x000D_ Dragon Tales:_x000D_ My Father's Dragon_x000D_ The Reluctant Dragon_x000D_ The Book of Dragons_x000D_ Animal Tales & Fables:_x000D_ The Tale of Peter Rabbit_x000D_ The Tale of Benjamin Bunny..._x000D_ Mother West Wind Series_x000D_ The Burgess Bird Book for Children_x000D_ The Burgess Animal Book for Children_x000D_ The Velveteen Rabbit_x000D_ Uncle Wiggily's Adventures & Other Tales_x000D_ Little Bun Rabbit_x000D_ Mother Goose in Prose_x000D_ Lulu's Library_x000D_ The Jungle Book..._x000D_ White Fang_x000D_ Black Beauty_x000D_ The Story of Doctor Dolittle..._x000D_ Aesop Fables_x000D_ The Panchatantra_x000D_ Russian Picture Fables for the Little Ones_x000D_ The Russian Garland_x000D_ Fairy tales & Fantasies:_x000D_ Complete Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen_x000D_ Complete Fairy Tales of Brothers Grimm_x000D_ Complete Fairy Books of Andrew Lang_x000D_ Peter Pan_x000D_ Five Children and It..._x000D_ Alice in Wonderland_x000D_ Through the Looking Glass_x000D_ The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Collection_x000D_ At the Back of the North Wind_x000D_ The Princess and the Goblin_x000D_ Tanglewood Tales_x000D_ The Happy Prince and Other Tales_x000D_ All the Way to Fairyland_x000D_ Friendly Fairies..._x000D_ Old Peter's Russian Tales_x000D_ Childhood Adventures:_x000D_ Robin Hood_x000D_ Pinocchio_x000D_ Gingerbread Man_x000D_ Little Women_x000D_ The Secret Garden_x000D_ A Little Princess_x000D_ The Adventures of Tom Sawyer_x000D_ Journey to the Centre of the Earth_x000D_ Treasure Island..._x000D_ Anne of Green Gables Collection..._x000D_ The Wind in the Willows_x000D_ The Box-Car Children_x000D_ The Railway Children_x000D_ Oliver Twist_x000D_ David Copperfield..._x000D_ Classics Retold_x000D_ The Iliad of Homer _x000D_ Odysseus_x000D_ The Arabian Nights Entertainments_x000D_ Viking Tales_x000D_ Tales of King Arthur and the Round Table_x000D_ Chaucer for Children_x000D_ Tales from Shakespeare_x000D_ Don Quixote_x000D_ The Pilgrim's Progress_x000D_ Robinson Crusoe_x000D_ Voyage to Lilliput_x000D_ Little Goody Two-Shoes & Mrs Margery Two-Shoes_x000D_ Charles Dickens' Children Stories_x000D_ The Story of Hiawatha_x000D_ Uncle Tom's Cabin_x000D_ Pocahontas
In this heartwarming second-chance holiday romance, a fake engagement is this cowboy's best chance at proving his love is all real -- perfect for fans of New York Times bestselling authors Carolyn Brown, Jennifer Ryan, and Maisey Yates! When the beloved Farm Café in Topaz Falls burns to the ground, widow Darla Michaels comes up with the perfect plan to help her friends rebuild -- a Cowboy Christmas Festival complete with a sexy bachelor auction and a benefit rodeo. But to pull it off, she has to pretend to be engaged to Ty Forrester, the irresistible bull rider who keeps testing her keep-things-casual policy. A fake fiancée wasn't on Ty's Christmas list this year, but it's the only way to get his family to visit over the holidays so his NFL-star brother can draw more tourists to the festival. The engagement wouldn't be such a problem if Ty wasn't starting to have real feelings for Darla. Knowing he can't go on pretending, Ty prepares to tell his family the truth -- but then he and Darla discover a precious little Christmas surprise that just might help them embrace a whole new life together. Includes the bonus novella A Cowboy Christmas Eve by New York Times bestselling author R.C. Ryan!
'Gothic, claustrophobic, and wonderfully dark' GUARDIAN on Sam Hurcom's Thomas Bexley novels... The next stifling, atmospheric gothic crime novel following one of the world's first forensic photographers - for fans of The Woman in Black, The Silent Companions and Little Strangers. * * * * * * * * 1905. A year after 'the affair' in Dinas Powys, Thomas Bexley has become a drunkard and recluse, haunted by terrible visions of the dead. But when news of a spate of extraordinary kidnappings reaches him, Thomas is shocked to learn that his dear friend and former mentor, Professor Elijah Hawthorn, is the lead suspect. Discovering a plea for help from Hawthorn claiming to have unearthed a gruesome conspiracy at the heart of the Metropolitan Police, Thomas embarks on a journey to prove Hawthorn's innocence. But wherever Thomas goes, he is followed by the dead, and as the mystery of Hawthorn's disappearance deepens, so too does Thomas's apparent insanity... How can Thomas be certain of the truth when he can't trust anybody around him, not even himself...? * * * * * * * * Praise for Sam Hurcom: 'An intriguing debut' THE TIMES 'A promising debut - gothic, claustrophobic and wonderfully dark' GUARDIAN 'A sparkling debut from a name to watch...You might as well be in another world. This is top notch historical crime fiction, with a dash of the supernatural. A gorgeous book and a riveting tale' David Young
Perched above the Indian Ocean and surrounded by lush foliage that blocks out everything but the sea--sweet frangipani, jasmine, and wild orchid--the Hotel Salama is an unlikely place to conduct research. Proud, sharp-tongued, and solitary by disposition, Ingrid Holtz arrives at the hotel in search of her professor, Nick Templeton, to whom she is drawn by interests of a more than academic nature. Templeton is a maverick, as much reviled for his unconventional methods as he is envied for his results. His latest theory has driven him to the island of Pelat, to unravel a legend about an ancient African king said to have brought Islam to the Swahili coast. No one has heard from him in months. Tangled in a mystery whose clues lurk in the pages of the Koran, and transported into a world where women are possessed by spirit husbands and fresh curses are whispered over tea, Ingrid is forced to realize that there are many things she does not know about this man who inhabits her dreams and haunts her mind. With the help and hindrance of Finn Bergmann, the enigmatic son of the founder of Salama, she begins to uncover a web of alarming incidents. Templeton's research has carried him to the hot core of the island's darkest confrontation. How far will he go in his passion for the truth? What is he willing to do to protect his newfound faith--and where has he gone? Ingrid embarks on a quest that opens her heart and threatens to unravel her mind. An epic tale of love and faith, An Obvious Enchantment marks the debut of a stunning new literary talent. It is a story about desire--for love, for knowledge, and for God--and about our capacity to ensnare ourselves in the deceptive architecture of our own dreams. Like Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, it plunges you from the first page into a sensuous world of seductive characters and duplicitous charm, a world alive with color and atmosphere from which it is hard to emerge without wanting to return.
Matt Whiley, AKA The Talented Mr Fox, traces the evolution of the modern bartender against the backdrop of cocktail history with this stylish cocktail recipe book. With more than 60 recipes made from spirit bases including gin, vodka, whiskey, bourbon and cognac, alongside expert advice on equipment and glassware, this is the complete kit to modern cocktail making at home! Learn to make delicious and original cocktails such as the Bangkok Penicillin or the Marmite Martini, Pea Wine or the Rok House Bellini Fermented Cucumber Syrup. From highly acclaimed mixologist and drinks consultant Matt Whiley, this unique cocktail recipe book is the perfect inspiration for creating your own modern drinks cabinet and the perfect how to guide to making delicious and highly creative cocktails from scratch.
Muddle, mix, shake, stir, pour--whatever the method, you'll learn how to create the perfect cocktail. "This carefully curated collection of classic cocktail recipes, and variations thereon, works for both professional bartenders, and their home mixologist brothers and sisters, all in one very creative compendium. This is the book you're looking for." --Gaz Regan, Author, The Joy of Mixology Whether you're new to mixing drinks or have been creating your own cocktails for years, The Craft Cocktail Compendium has everything you need to know to mix, shake, or stir your way to a delicious drink. With over 200 craft cocktail recipes, expert mixologist Warren Bobrow will help you broaden your skills and excite your taste buds with unique takes on timeless favorites and recipes you've likely never tried before. --Feeling distracted and edgy? Sip a Lemon Balm Gin and Tonic to soothe jangled nerves. --Need some tranquility? Slowly sip a Cabin in the Pines, a magical blend of roasted stone fruits muddled with white whiskey and Fernet Branca. --Enjoyed one--or three--too many drinks last night? The Corpse Reviver might be your curative of choice. --Chasing sleep and counting sheep? Try the German Relaxation cocktail with an Alpine herbal elixir and honey syrup.