A Rainbow Over the River

Author: Veronika Van Duin

Publisher: CLAIRVIEW BOOKS

ISBN: 1902636473

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 230

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In A Rainbow Over the River the author tells her remarkable story, from her earliest glimpses of the Other Side to her most recent excursions 'over the river'. In the second part of the book she records an intensely moving diary of her mother's passing, rich in love, care and a profound understanding of suffering. She describes how, despite the sadness of losing their mother, Veronika's family see the death as a transition to a new existence, and ultimately as a great festival of life.
Rainbow Over Crossroads

Author: Jay Joslin

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781411619661

Category: Poetry

Page: 324

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Poet, wordsmith and storyteller Jay Joslin continues his journey of awe, passion and absurdity in this, his second collection. With a troubadour's spirit and a daring verve, he makes metaphorical play with the quintessential signs and portents which remind us that we are indeed on a planet, and are very fortunate to exist at all, astronomically speaking.

Field & Stream

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Page: 112

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.
Rainbow over Portland

Author: Alexander Rassogianis

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 9781478763277

Category: Fiction

Page: 205

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An Amtrak train is bound from Chicago to the Pacific Northwest. Nick meets Colleen in the dining car when the porter seats them at the same table. He is from Chicago and she is from Ireland. They are immediately attracted to each other and continue their conversation for many hours before arriving at her destination in Portland, Oregon. Nick continues on to Seattle and Vancouver. Later, Colleen returns to Ireland. They begin corresponding and agree to see each other again, but every time they try to do so, something goes terribly wrong. The obstacles they experience are strange and even border on the bizarre. Nick becomes obsessed with seeing Colleen and being with her, but he begins to believe that destiny has a different plan for them. He keeps trying to connect but she is mysteriously out of reach. Somehow, somewhere, he had to find her. From Seattle to Florence and from Dublin to Munich the story evolves into events of deception, betrayal, murder and the Irish Republican Army.
Narrative of Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa in the Seventeenth Century

Author: Evliya Çelebi

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108041799

Category: History

Page: 258

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This two-volume English translation of part of a longer travel narrative by the Ottoman aristocrat Evilya Çelebi (1611-c.1680) was translated by the Austrian scholar Joseph von Hammer (1774-1856) and published in 1834 by the Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland, set up to make 'Eastern' texts more widely available in English. Çelebi was highly educated, had served the Ottoman court both as a diplomat and as a soldier, and as he says, had in his travels 'seen the countries of eighteen monarchs and heard 147 different languages'. His lifetime encompassed the highest point of Ottoman expansion into Europe, and his indefatigable curiosity about everything he saw makes this work a fascinating assemblage of topics varying from the fountains of Istanbul to a journey to Georgia. Volume 2 includes Çelebi's eye-witness account of the siege and conquest of Canea (Khania) in Crete in 1645.
Crossing My Rainbow Bridge

Author: Carol Ann Arnim

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 9781452585512

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 350

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“Carol Ann will open your heart to all that is possible within yourself.” —Linda Ann Hirsch, Stott Pilates Certified Instructor Join Carol Ann as she meets her true love while working as a cook on an oil rig in northern Alberta, Canada. Pregnancy results and the turning in of their son for adoption. Many years later she and Robert are blessed in marriage and reunite with their son while living in Arizona. Prior to their fourth wedding anniversary, her love succumbs to lung cancer. Serendipity guides her to raising five service dog puppies. Along with her own two labs, Saber and Spook, each dog in turn and together heal her heart as she navigates the maze of grief. Her husband’s devotion from the other side comforts and restores her back to her truest self. Thanks to a dog, she is gifted a relationship with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, author of On Death and Dying. She gives voice to her dogs, working through the aid of animal communicators to ensure mutual understanding. Each dog, as well as herself, are always treated as spiritual beings, rather than as a dog or human having a spiritual experience. Savor the humor of her departed husband’s mischievous spirit moving things about and whispering in her ear through an owl or through entering the body of her guide pup in training. Learn why her dog Treasure is afraid of balloons but loves to pop them. Follow her as she returns to her home of Canada to Vancouver Island. She is guided to cross the Canadian rainbow with her three labs to the shores of Prince Edward Island on the east coast. She emerges triumphant from her gift of trusting in her heart and the guidance of her dogs and divine spirit. Inspire yourself as you walk in her shoes and the paws of her beloved four-footed angels.
Journeys

Author: Phyllis Karsnia

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781491729991

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 166

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Author Phyllis Karsnia was bitten by the travel bug when a friend coaxed her to go on a trip to the Caribbean. That vacation was the first of many journeys.In her collection of travel adventures, Karsnia chronicles her travels to Portugal, Italy, England, Austria, Norway, the Greek Islands, and beyond. She explored the beauty, fun, and wonder of different countries and their cultures, histories, and people. Beginning with her initial trip to the Caribbean, Karsnia shares fascinating details and amusing stories that provide a glimpse into what it was like for a novice traveler as she stepped outside her comfort zone and embraced the world through travel. As she received a blessing by Pope John Paul II in St. Peter's Square, visited Our Lady of Fatima in Portugal, prayed in a Buddhist Temple, and joined a parade during Norway's celebration of Syttende Mai, she gathered memories, celebrated differences, and learned meaningful lessons.Journeys is a collection of travelogues highlighting the author's unforgettable experiences as she toured around the world. She punctuates her adventures with humorous stories about everyday events and retreats with sisters who love each other and love to play pranks. on a serious note, Karsnia also joins the re-opened discussions about equality in the workplace and working mothers.
POMEGRANATES OF THE SUN

Author: Andrew Glenn

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462821847

Category: Poetry

Page: 202

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Andrew Glenn was born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1948. He graduated from The University of Minnesota where he studied poetry under Charles Wright and Thomas McGrath . He went on to study German literature at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, in Nuremburg, Germany. He is fluent in the German language and actively translates German poetry. He considers Dylan Thomas and Ranier Maria Rilke to be his strongest influences. He published his first volume of poetry at Temple University in the Department of Religious Studies in 1991 under the auspices of Lauren Bale. He became a strong voice in the legendary Café 90 in Philadelphia where, with the help of the New York Times, he and many others strongly protested the invasion of Iraq. He has performed as a concert dancer mime and singer for thirty years as well as teaching at the University of Washington and Seattle University. He presently lives in St. Paul, Minnesota and makes his way as a singer writer and entertainer.
Spirit Rider

Author: A. Grace Martin

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781452592886

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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Like a beacon of light in a dark world, the soul of a young magician walks the border between this world and the next. The spirit rider must unify her kingdom of magic, or all shall perish. The lands of dragons, trolls, goblins, unicorns, fairies, warriors, and magicians collide as the spirit rider seeks unity. Her journey unveils the great strength that each individual on Earth inherently has within them. For great strength lives within us all…