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|Author||: Melanie Jacobson|
|Total Pages||: 234|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
Download So Not My Thing Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
From USA Today bestselling author Melanie Jacobson comes this adorable new romantic comedy! I hated Miles Crowe more than itchy socks, "namaste" puns on yoga tank tops, and chigger bites. Combined. 26-year-old New Orleans native Elle Jones used to be the internet's most famous meme for rejection thanks to an embarrassing teenage TV appearance. But she's finally put that past behind her and now she's killing it as a commercial real estate agent in the coolest neighborhoods in the city. When Miles Crowe--the former pop star who made her notorious--insists on hiring her to find a property for his jazz club, she'll do everything she can to get herself fired before he realizes who she is. But Miles has grown up too, and Elle soon discovers that he is as passionate about the city as she is...and even sexier now than he was then. Will she risk exposing her humiliating past to claim a future with the guy who once nearly ruined her life? Whitney Award winner Melanie Jacobson returns with her trademark wit and warmth in this delightful story about taking a chance on love.
|Author||: Greg Herren,Paul J. Willis|
|Publsiher||: Alyson Publications|
|Total Pages||: 226|
|Genre||: Social Science|
Download Love Bourbon Street Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A celebration of the New Orleans gay community - before and after Katrina.
|Author||: C. E. Grice|
|Total Pages||: 59|
|Genre||: Electronic books|
Download The Battle of New Orleans Or Glory Love and Loyalty Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
|Author||: Frank L. Schneider|
|Total Pages||: 170|
|Genre||: New Orleans (La.)|
Download Gawd I Love New Orleans Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
"A potpourri of remembrances, folklore and history by a New Orleans newspaper columnist who writes with affection and humor of his city's charming customs and buoyant spirit"--Cover.
|Author||: Tom Piazza|
|Total Pages||: 240|
|Genre||: Social Science|
Download Why New Orleans Matters Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Tom Piazza's award-winning portrait of a city in crisis, with a new preface from the author, ten years after. Ten years ago, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the disaster that followed, promises were made, forgotten, and renewed. What would become of New Orleans in the years ahead? How would this city and its people recover—and what meaning would its story have, for America and the world? In Why New Orleans Matters, first published only months after the disaster, award-winning author and longtime New Orleans resident Tom Piazza illuminates the storied culture and still-evolving future of this great and vital American metropolis. Piazza evokes the sensuous textures of the city that gave us jazz music, Creole cooking, and a unique style of living; he examines the city's undercurrents of corruption and racism, and explains how its people endure and transcend them. And, perhaps most important, he bears witness to the city's spirit: its grace and beauty, resilience and soul. In the preface to this new edition, Piazza considers how far the city has come in the decade since Katrina, as well as the challenges it still faces—and reminds us that people in threatened communities across America have much to learn from New Orleans' disaster and astonishing recovery.
|Author||: Maurice Carlos Ruffin|
|Publsiher||: One World|
|Total Pages||: 192|
Download The Ones Who Don t Say They Love You Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
NEW YORK TIMES EDITORS’ CHOICE • A collection of raucous stories that offer a “vibrant and true mosaic” (The New York Times) of New Orleans, from the critically acclaimed author of We Cast a Shadow SHORTLISTED FOR THE ERNEST J. GAINES AWARD • LONGLISTED FOR THE STORY PRIZE • ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR—Garden & Gun, Electric Lit • “Every sentence is both something that makes you want to laugh in a gut-wrenching way and threatens to break your heart in a way that you did not anticipate.”—Robert Jones, Jr., author of The Prophets, in The Wall Street Journal Maurice Carlos Ruffin has an uncanny ability to reveal the hidden corners of a place we thought we knew. These perspectival, character-driven stories center on the margins and are deeply rooted in New Orleanian culture. In “Beg Borrow Steal,” a boy relishes time spent helping his father find work after coming home from prison; in “Ghetto University,” a couple struggling financially turns to crime after hitting rock bottom; in “Before I Let Go,” a woman who’s been in NOLA for generations fights to keep her home; in “Fast Hands, Fast Feet,” an army vet and a runaway teen find companionship while sleeping under a bridge; in “Mercury Forges,” a flash fiction piece among several in the collection, a group of men hurriedly make their way to an elderly gentleman’s home, trying to reach him before the water from Hurricane Katrina does; and in the title story, a young man works the street corners of the French Quarter, trying to achieve a freedom not meant for him. These stories are intimate invitations to hear, witness, and imagine lives at once regional but largely universal, and undeniably New Orleanian, written by a lifelong resident of New Orleans and one of our finest new writers.
|Author||: Billy Sothern|
|Publsiher||: Univ of California Press|
|Total Pages||: 346|
Download Down in New Orleans Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A death penalty lawyer and New Orleans resident chronicles the 2005 Katrina disaster and the year that followed, bringing to light the triumphs and tragedies that could be found within the city limits of this proud American city.
|Author||: Freya North|
|Publsiher||: Sourcebooks, Inc.|
|Total Pages||: 464|
Download Pillow Talk Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
"Darkly funny and sexy-literary escapism at its finest." -Independent By day, Petra Flint is a talented jeweler working in a lively London studio. By night, she's a sleepwalker troubled by a past she can't put to bed and a present that leaves her clinging to an unsuitable boyfriend. Arlo Savidge was once a budding heartthrob musician. Then tragedy struck and he chose to forsake stardom and all future affairs of the heart for a quiet life in the countryside as a music teacher. Petra and Arlo haven't seen each other since they were teenagers-when their feelings ran deep but the timing wasn't right. Now, seventeen years later, they run into each other once more. Might first love get a second chance-or will what keeps them up at night keep them apart forever? Praise for Pillow Talk "I defy anyone who doesn't fall in love with it." -Glamour "Warm, sexy, satisfying." -Heat "North charts the emotional turmoil with a sexy exactitude." -Marie Claire "Another North gem."-OK
|Author||: Andrei Codrescu|
|Publsiher||: Algonquin Books|
|Total Pages||: 288|
Download New Orleans Mon Amour Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A “lovely collection” of essays by the NPR commentator about his beloved adopted city, both before and after Hurricane Katrina (Publishers Weekly). NPR commentator Andrei Codrescu has long written about the unique city he calls home. How apt that a refugee born in Transylvania found his place where vampires roam the streets and voodoo queens live around the corner; where cemeteries are the most popular picnic spots; the ghosts of poets, prostitutes, and pirates are palpable; and in the French Quarter, no one ever sleeps. Codrescu’s essays have been called “satirical gems,” “subversive,” “funny,” “gonzo,” and “wittily poignant”—here is a writer who perfectly mirrors the wild, voluptuous character of New Orleans itself. This retrospective follows him from newcomer to near native: first seduced by the lush banana trees in his backyard and the sensual aroma of coffee at the café down the block, Codrescu soon becomes a Window Gang regular at the infamous bar Molly’s on Decatur; does a stint as King of Krewe de Vieux Carré at Mardi Gras; befriends artists, musicians, and eccentrics; and exposes the city’s underbelly of corruption, warning presciently about the lack of planning for floods in a city high on its own insouciance. Alas, as we all now know, Paradise is lost, but here Codrescu also writes about how the city’s heart still beats even after 2005’s devastating hurricane. New Orleans, Mon Amour is a portrait of an incomparable place, from a writer who “manages to be brilliant and insightful, tough and seductive about American culture” (The New York Times Book Review). “Finely honed portraits of a fabled city and its equally fabled inhabitants. The author, who has called the Big Easy home for two decades, shows how, like some gigantic bohemian magnet, New Orleans attracts some of the world’s most talented, self-indulgent freaks. Codrescu finds himself quite at home there. He expertly weaves pages of New Orleans history through his stories of personal discovery and debauchery. . . . Readers can’t help coming away from reading it without an abiding hope in the ability of ordinary people, under the worst circumstances, rising to whatever challenges they face.” —Publishers Weekly
|Author||: S. Derby Gisclair|
|Total Pages||: 271|
|Genre||: Sports & Recreation|
Download Early Baseball in New Orleans Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
In the 1800s, New Orleans' local economy evolved from rural-agrarian into urban-industrial. With this transformation came newfound leisure time, which birthed the concept of organized sport. Though first considered a game for children, baseball became New Orleans' most popular pastime, and by 1859, numerous baseball clubs had been established in the city. This book traces the development of baseball in New Orleans from its earliest recorded games in 1859 through the end of the 19th century, with a particular focus on the New Orleans Pelicans.
|Author||: Adam Karlin|
|Publsiher||: Lonely Planet|
|Total Pages||: 168|
Download New Orleans Encounter Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
What Will Your New Orleans Encounter Be? Gallery hopping and beer swilling with Southern art lovers in the Warehouse District Admiring lush garden-shrouded mansions in the Garden District Loosening your belt after feasting on praline bacon, duck-fat-fried chicken and waffles, alligator sausage cheesecake, and peanut butter bacon burgers Snagging a truckload of beads in exchange for showing your, um, spirit at a Mardi Gras parade Discovering the meaning of YURP, and witnessing how they're rebuilding - even re-creating - their home Hitching a ride on a steamboat for a dinner cruise along the Big Muddy Discover Twice the City in Half the Time Full-color pull-out map and detailed neighborhood maps for easy navigation Our expert author recommends the very best restaurants, shops, festivals and bars Unique itineraries and highlights help you make the most of a short trip Local perspectives: meet a member of the Arts Council of New Orleans, a project manager committed to sustainable landscapes, and 'Big Chief Cheyenne' of the Young Cheyenne Mardi Gras Indians
|Author||: Sara B. Franklin|
|Publsiher||: UNC Press Books|
|Total Pages||: 25|
Download Tradition Treme and the New Orleans Renaissance Lolis Eric Elie interviewed by Sara B Franklin Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Tradition, Treme, and the New Orleans Renaissance: Lolis Eric Elie interviewed by Sara B. Franklin (an article from Southern Cultures 18:2, Summer 2012: The Special Issue on Food)
|Author||: Melanie Jacobson|
|Total Pages||: 228|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
Download Kiss the Girl Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
From USA Today bestselling writer and the author of So Not My Thing comes a brand new Christmas romance about two friends who get caught in their own faking dating trap. Swoony and unapologetically funny! He might be the hottest teacher in town but even Noah Redmond can't convince me to date a small-town guy. The last thing I want is to put my awesome career on pause while I run my dad's hardware store, but duty calls so what am I supposed to do? I can't wait to get out of Creekville again, and I'm doing great keeping everyone at arm's length until my best friend tries to set me up with the hot new high school coach. He's got me literally tripping over my own feet, but I'm not giving in to those dimples. I'm burnt out on love, but Grace Winters is the funniest--and most attractive--woman I've ever met. Too bad Creekville is just a detour for her. I get it. But when I recruit her to help me build a Christmas booth for the town's biggest event of the year, I learn just how irresistible she is. And if that's not bad enough, when I talk her into fake dating to convince my boss I'm ready for a promotion, we share an unplanned kiss that blurs every line we've drawn. Is Grace and Noah's undeniable chemistry worth risking their friendship when their future is anything but certain? Get ready for small town charm and toe-curling mistletoe kisses!
|Author||: Cari Lynn,Kellie Martin|
|Total Pages||: 336|
Download Madam Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
When vice had a legal home and jazz was being born—the captivating story of an infamous true-life madam New Orleans, 1900. Mary Deubler makes a meager living as an “alley whore.” That all changes when bible-thumping Alderman Sidney Story forces the creation of a red-light district that’s mockingly dubbed “Storyville.” Mary believes there’s no place for a lowly girl like her in the high-class bordellos of Storyville’s Basin Street, where Champagne flows and beautiful girls turn tricks in luxurious bedrooms. But with gumption, twists of fate, even a touch of Voodoo, Mary rises above her hopeless lot to become the notorious Madame Josie Arlington. Filled with fascinating historical details and cameos by Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong, and E. J. Bellocq, Madam is a fantastic romp through The Big Easy and the irresistible story of a woman who rose to power long before the era of equal rights.
|Author||: Christa Allan|
|Total Pages||: 318|
Download Love Finds You in New Orleans Louisiana Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Ever since her parents died of yellow fever when she was a child, Charlotte LeClerc has lived with her grandparents, who rarely speak of their son and his wife. They are on the verge of negotiating a marriage contract with a suitor, a man Charlotte loathes, when they discover that she enjoys the company of Gabriel Girod, a young Creole man. Charlotte's future hangs in the balance as her grandparents consider whether to stop keeping secrets and reveal the truth that they've known since before her birth--a truth that will make the difference between a life of obligation and a life of choice for Charlotte.