Light His Fire

Light His Fire
Author: Ellen Kreidman
Publsiher: Dell
Total Pages: 224
Release: 1991
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9780440207535

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Applying the principles of a workshop on romantic relationships, this guide explains how women can develop and maintain a long-term relationship filled with love, romance, excitement, and passion.

Light Her Fire

Light Her Fire
Author: Ellen Kreidman
Publsiher: Dell
Total Pages: 272
Release: 1992
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9780440212492

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A guide to help men keep their love life fresh and challenging reveals what women really want from a relationship and gives suggestions for developing true intimacy and lasting happiness. Reprint.

How Can We Light a Fire When the Kids Are Driving Us Crazy

How Can We Light a Fire When the Kids Are Driving Us Crazy
Author: Ellen Kreidman
Publsiher: Villard
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2013-03-06
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9780307829979

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Remember a time when you and your mate weren’t too tired for romance? When you could take off on the spur of the moment for a glamorous evening or sexy weekend? Before listening for the patter of little feet put a damper on lovemaking? Believe it or not, you’re about to recapture the rapture! From the New York Times bestselling author of the runaway hit Light His Fire and number-one Light Her Fire comes a new self-help guide for men and women that fills a universal need. In How Can We Light a Fire When the Kids Are Driving Us Crazy?, love expert Ellen Kreidman conclusively proves that passion and parenthood can go hand in hand. Through observations, success stories, and techniques that have come out of her famous seminars, she shows married couples exactly how to light their fires and achieve the greatest possible level of emotional and sexual fulfillment. According to Kreidman, rekindling the sparks begins by acknowledging three core principles: • If you don’t have an affair with your mate, you risk the possibility that someone else will. • The best gift you can ever give your children is having a lasting relationship with your partner. • The happiest, most well-adjusted children come from a home in which the parents love each other. From that springboard, How Can We Light a Fire When the Kids Are Driving Us Crazy? goes on to offer sage advice and creative suggestions that encourage moms and dads to be loving partners, too—from homework assignments that teach you, your mate, and your children how to become better and more sensitive communicators, through a genuinely innovative list of “fifty-one ways to light a fire,” to two pages of stickers for scheduling and anticipating romantic rendezvous. And the Parents’ and Children’s Bills of Rights will keep the home fires burning while preventing meltdown. Whether the problem is finding a capable baby-sitter, the advisability of letting the kids into your bed, or discovering the best places to make love (home is the least arousing), you’ll find a wealth of effective answers here. Filled with the wit, compassion, and basic smarts that are Ellen Kreidman’s trademarks, How Can We Light a Fire When the Kids Are Driving Us Crazy? can make a marvelous difference in family happiness and harmony—as it restores the sizzle of courtship to married life.

Fire and Light

Fire and Light
Author: James MacGregor Burns
Publsiher: Macmillan
Total Pages: 400
Release: 2013-10-29
Genre: Philosophy
ISBN: 9781250024909

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"With this profound and magnificent book, drawing on his deep reservoir of thought and expertise in the humanities, James MacGregor Burns takes us into the fire's center. As a 21st-century philosopher, he brings to vivid life the incandescent personalities and ideas that embody the best in Western civilization and shows us how understanding them is essential for anyone who would seek to decipher the complex problems and potentialities of the world we will live in tomorrow." --Michael Beschloss, New York Times bestselling author of Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America, 1789-1989 "James MacGregor Burns is a national treasure, and Fire and Light is the elegiac capstone to a career devoted to understanding the seminal ideas that made America - for better and for worse - what it is." --Joseph J. Ellis, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winning author Revolutionary Summer Pulitzer Prize-winning and bestselling historian James MacGregor Burns explores the most daring and transformational intellectual movement in history, the European and American Enlightenment In this engaging, provocative history, James MacGregor Burns brilliantly illuminates the two-hundred-year conflagration of the Enlightenment, when audacious questions and astonishing ideas tore across Europe and the New World, transforming thought, overturning governments, and inspiring visionary political experiments. Fire and Light brings to vivid life the galaxy of revolutionary leaders of thought and action who, armed with a new sense of human possibility, driven by a hunger for change, created the modern world. Burns discovers the origins of a distinctive American Enlightenment in men like the Founding Fathers Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison, and their early encounters with incendiary European ideas about liberty and equality. It was these thinker-activists who framed the United States as a grand and continuing experiment in Enlightenment principles. Today the same questions Enlightenment thinkers grappled with have taken on new urgency around the world: in the turmoil of the Arab Spring, in the former Soviet Union, and China, as well as in the United States itself. What should a nation be? What should citizens expect from their government? Who should lead and how can leadership be made both effective and accountable? What is happiness, and what can the state contribute to it? Burns's exploration of the ideals and arguments that formed the bedrock of our modern world shines a new light on these ever-important questions.

Light My Fire

Light My Fire
Author: Ray Manzarek
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 384
Release: 1999-10-15
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780698151017

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"The best book yet about The Doors." --Booklist Now available as an ebook for the first time...the inside story of the Doors, by cofounder and keyboard player Ray Manzarek. Includes 16 pages of photos. "A refreshingly candid read...a Doors bio worth opening." --Entertainment Weekly No other band has ever sounded quite like the Doors, and no other frontman has ever transfixed an audience quite the way Jim Morrison did. Ray Manzarek, the band's co-founder and keyboard player, was there from the very start--and until the sad dissolution--of the Doors. In this heartfelt and colorfully detailed memoir, complete with 16 pages of photographs, he brings us an insider's view of the brief, brilliant history...from the beginning to the end. "An engaging read." --Washington Post Book World

Filled with Fire and Light

Filled with Fire and Light
Author: Elie Wiesel
Publsiher: Schocken
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2021-11-02
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780805243543

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Here are magnificent insights into the lives of biblical prophets and kings, talmudic sages, and Hasidic rabbis from the internationally acclaimed writer, Nobel laureate, and one of the world’s most honored and beloved teachers. “This posthumous collection encourages a path toward purpose and transcendence.” —The New York Times Book Review From a multitude of sources, Elie Wiesel culls facts, legends, and anecdotes to give us fascinating portraits of notable figures throughout Jewish history. Here is the prophet Elisha, wonder-worker and adviser to kings, whose compassion for those in need is matched only by his fiery temper. Here is the renowned scholar Rabbi Yohanan ben Zakkai, whose ingenuity in escaping from a besieged Jerusalem on the eve of its destruction by Roman legions in 70 CE laid the foundation for the rab­binic teachings and commentaries that revolutionized the practice and study of Judaism and have sustained the Jewish people for two thousand years of ongoing exile. And here is Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, founder of Chabad Hasidism, languishing in a Czarist prison in 1798, the victim of a false accusation, engaging in theological discussions with his jailers that would form the basis for Chabad’s legendary method of engagement with the world at large. In recounting the life stories of these and other spiritual seekers, in delving into the struggles of human beings trying to create meaningful lives touched with sparks of the divine, Wiesel challenges and inspires us all to fill our own lives with commitment and sanctity.

To Build a Fire

To Build a Fire
Author: Jack London
Publsiher: The Creative Company
Total Pages: 40
Release: 2008
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 1583415874

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Describes the experiences of a newcomer to the Yukon when he attempts to hike through the snow to reach a mining claim.

Light my Fire

Light my Fire
Author: Jane Graves
Publsiher: Tule Publishing
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2019-05-14
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781950510436

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He was too hot to handle...and she couldn't resist the heat Defense attorney Ethan Milner is well-paid for his ability to charm a jury while ruthlessly slashing the prosecution. He’s living life in the fast lane, until he’s slapped with a reckless driving charge and sentenced to 40 hours of community service on a crime watch patrol. Now he’s under the thumb of the chairman of the city’s crime watch council – a no-nonsense woman determined to make him pay his debt to society. Sandy DeMarco is familiar with Ethan’s professional character, as well as his notorious “bad boy” reputation with women. Still, when her quiet neighborhood is shaken by a brutal murder and an employee of hers becomes the prime suspect, she knows the accused’s only hope is the man who will win at any cost. Working alongside Sandy, Ethan feels the spark of attraction that ignites into love – even as a killer burns to silence them both.

Light Her Fire

Light Her Fire
Author: Samanthe Beck
Publsiher: Entangled: Brazen
Total Pages: 274
Release: 2014-10-20
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781633750777

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Good girl Melody Merritt is ready to be bad. Fresh out of an unsatisfying ten-year engagement to the town golden boy, she's determined to make up for lost time. And who better to burn her sterling reputation to the ground than Bluelick's sinfully sexy new fire chief whose wicked gaze promises complete and utter domination? Yes, please. Corrupting the prim and proper Little Miss Bluelick is the most action Josh Bradley's seen since he transferred from Cincinnati to fast-track his career. He won't let anything or anyone—not even the delectable Melody Merritt—trap him in this Kentucky-fried Mayberry, but when their searing chemistry yields an unexpected result, he realizes he's started a blaze that's completely beyond his control... Each book in the Private Pleasures series is STANDALONE: * Private Practice * Light Her Fire * Falling for the Enemy * Wet and Reckless * Undercover Engagement

To Light a Fire

To Light a Fire
Author: Terry Blackhawk
Publsiher: Wayne State University Press
Total Pages: 164
Release: 2015-08-17
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9780814341186

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The InsideOut Literary Arts Project (iO) began in 1995 in five Detroit high schools, with weekly classroom visits by a writer-in-residence, the publication of a literary journal for each school, and the mission of encouraging students to use poetry to “think broadly, create bravely, and share their voices with the wider world.” Twenty years later, the program serves some five thousand K–12 students per year, has received national exposure and accolades (including a recent visit to the White House), and has seen numerous student writers recognized for their creativity and performance. In To Light a Fire: 20 Years with the InsideOut Literary Arts Project, founding director Terry Blackhawk and senior writer Peter Markus collect the experiences of writers who have participated in InsideOut over the years to give readers an inside look at the urban classroom and the creative spark of Detroit’s students. In short and insightful essays, contributors discuss how iO’s creative magic happened during the course of their work in Detroit schools. Poets such as Jamaal May, John Rybicki, Robert Fanning, and francine j. harris describe the many ways that poetry can be used as a tool to reach others, and how poetic work shaped them as teachers in return. Contributors describe nurturing a love of language, guiding excursions into imagination, and helping students find their own voices. They also describe the difficulties of getting through to kids, the challenges of oversized classrooms, and of working with children who seem to have been forgotten. Despite their own frequent angst and personal uncertainties about doing the right thing, they describe the joys and rewards that come from believing in students and supporting the risks that they take as writers. To Light a Fire captures the story—one poet, poem, and poetic moment at a time—of helping students to discover they can imagine, dream, and speak in a way that will make people listen. Fellow educators, poets, and creative writers will be moved and inspired by this collection.

A Fire Upon The Deep

A Fire Upon The Deep
Author: Vernor Vinge
Publsiher: Tor Science Fiction
Total Pages: 624
Release: 2010-04-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781429981989

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Now with a new introduction for the Tor Essentials line, A Fire Upon the Deep is sure to bring a new generation of SF fans to Vinge's award-winning works. A Hugo Award-winning Novel! “Vinge is one of the best visionary writers of SF today.”-David Brin Thousands of years in the future, humanity is no longer alone in a universe where a mind's potential is determined by its location in space, from superintelligent entities in the Transcend, to the limited minds of the Unthinking Depths, where only simple creatures, and technology, can function. Nobody knows what strange force partitioned space into these "regions of thought," but when the warring Straumli realm use an ancient Transcendent artifact as a weapon, they unwittingly unleash an awesome power that destroys thousands of worlds and enslaves all natural and artificial intelligence. Fleeing this galactic threat, Ravna crash lands on a strange world with a ship-hold full of cryogenically frozen children, the only survivors from a destroyed space-lab. They are taken captive by the Tines, an alien race with a harsh medieval culture, and used as pawns in a ruthless power struggle. Tor books by Vernor Vinge Zones of Thought Series A Fire Upon The Deep A Deepness In The Sky The Children of The Sky Realtime/Bobble Series The Peace War Marooned in Realtime Other Novels The Witling Tatja Grimm's World Rainbows End Collections Collected Stories of Vernor Vinge True Names At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Light a Distant Fire

Light a Distant Fire
Author: Lucia St. Clair Robson
Publsiher: Backinprint.com
Total Pages: 415
Release: 2007-10
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0595474551

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Threatened with forced removal from their Florida homeland, the Seminole and Miccosukee Indians took up arms. Using alligator-infested swamps to their advantage, they fought the U.S. Army to a standstill. Unable to win militarily, General Thomas Jesup captured his enemies under flags of truce. With most of their people transported west, fewer than a hundred remained hidden in the heart of the Everglades, members of the only tribe never to surrender. " powerfully recreates the mid-19th century Seminole Indian Wars and the life of Osceola, who courageously led his people against unjust U.S. government policies."-Publishers Weekly

Light the Fire

Light the Fire
Author: Matt Biers-Ariel
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 306
Release: 2016-10-11
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1536836540

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Mr. Samson is not one of those superhero teachers that people make movies about. Neither is he an oblivious foil to the antics of a classroom of hilarious teenagers. Rather, Mr. Samson, who was once Yuba County Teacher of the Year, has turned to alcohol to deaden the pain caused by his school's insistence that he focus on raising student test scores instead of engendering a love for literature. As Mr. Samson sinks deeper into a well of whiskey, a student throws him a rope and lifts him out. Mr. Samson regains his teaching mojo and puts himself on a collision course with the school's vice-principal. While he's confident enough to take on the school admin, he's absolutely petrified by another development: a spark between him and his student rescuer.

Leaves from Fire

Leaves from Fire
Author: Simcha Guterman
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 296
Release: 2015-01-14
Genre: History
ISBN: 1501078151

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Simcha Guterman's, Leaves from Fire, is a firsthand account written with the deep sense of comprehension he was documenting the fate of his people. Knowing full well that his life was in danger, Simcha chronicled the occurrences of the Holocaust on long scraps of paper, as they happened right before his eyes. The events described take place in Poland, during the first years of World War II. The author stuffed long paper scraps, written in Yiddish, into bottles and hid in them in different places. One of these bottles was discovered after the war. Simcha Guterman's work has been published and translated into eight different languages, receiving high praise from critics. The book's evocative illustrations were drawn by Yaakov Guterman, the author's son.

Fire on the Island

Fire on the Island
Author: J. K. Hogan
Publsiher: Sapphire Star Publishing LLC
Total Pages: 376
Release: 2012-07-01
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1938404173

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All Isla Macallen wanted was a simple existence on her little Scottish island—but what she got was embroiled in a war of good versus evil. Paranormal investigator Dr. Jeremiah Rousseau doesn't expect his research to lead him to Scotland, and to the woman who will turn his world upside down. Together they must defeat the demon king before time runs out. As a supernatural war wages around them, Isla and Jeremiah will risk it all for love.