I ate this book up' Sinéad Moriarty 'Full of conviction and isn't afraid of plain speaking .
Author: Mary McAleese
Publisher: Penguin UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The groundbreaking two-term President of Ireland tells the stories of her life When a young Mary McAleese told a priest that she planned to become a lawyer, the priest dismissed the idea: she knew no one in the law, and she was female. The reality of what she went on to achieve - despite those obstacles, and despite a sectarian attack that forced her family to flee their home - is even more improbable. In this luminous memoir, Mary McAleese traces that astonishing arc: from the tight streets of north Belfast, to a professorship in Dublin while still in her twenties, behind-the-scenes work on the peace process, and two triumphant terms as President of Ireland. She writes of her encounters with prime ministers, popes and royalty with the same easy candour and intimacy with which she describes her childhood. And her account of the latest act in her remarkable career - quietly pursuing a doctorate, and loudly opposing the misogyny of the Catholic Church - is inspiring. Here's the Story is warm, witty, often surprising and relentlessly fascinating: an extraordinarily intimate memoir by one of the most remarkable public figures of our time. _______________ 'A fascinating story and well worth the read' Irish Times 'Riveting ... A fiercely urgent reminder to the world - and the Government - that peace must never be sacrificed for politics' Telegraph 'Excellent' Matt Cooper, Irish Daily Mail 'Artful, entertaining and often enlightening - one of the few memoirs by a senior Irish office-holder that's actually worth reading' Sunday Times 'I was enthralled and absorbed by this memoir' Sunday Independent 'What an incredible life lived by an outstanding role model. I ate this book up' Sinéad Moriarty 'Full of conviction and isn't afraid of plain speaking ... Priests, popes, paramilitaries and Ian Paisley are all held to account' Herald Scotland '[A] chatty, provocative and embraceable biography' RTÉ Guide 'Compelling ... Displays many of the qualities that made her such a popular president' Business Post
A STORY FROM LOVE ON THE ROAD 2015 EDITED BY SAM TRANUM AND
LOIS KAPILA ... a little less World War II and, yes, the people are a bit mishmash
as well but, and stay with me here, where Brussels really stands out is in its odour
Author: Liberties Press
Publisher: Liberties Press
Ireland has a vibrant literary scene, and Dublin-based Liberties Press publishes some of the country's most exciting writers. Here's the Story includes extracts from nine novels, two short-story collections and three books of poetry recently published by Liberties Press. Here's the Story was published by Liberties Press in association with Solas Nua, the only organisation in the US dedicated exclusively to contemporary Irish arts, including film, music, literature, visual arts and theatre. Paperback copies were distributed for free by Solas Nua to readers in Washington D. C. on the 10th Irish Book Day, 17 March 2015. Within Here's the Story are extracts from novels by Jan Carson, Kevin Curran, Jason Johnson, Joe Joyce, Billy Keane, Caitriona Lally, Joe Murphy, Daniel Seery and Tara West, as well as short stories by Barry Reddin and Lane Ashfeldt, and poems by Moyra Donaldson, Gabriel Fitzmaurice and Michael D. Higgins.
Author: Kirstie Adamson
Here's the Story is the empowering, engaging, shocking, and emotional tale of Maureen McCormick's courageous struggle over adversity and her lifelong battle to come to terms with the idea of perfection—and herself.
Author: Maureen McCormick
Publisher: Harper Collins
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Marcia! Marcia! Marcia! Marcia Brady, eldest daughter on television's The Brady Bunch, had it all—style, looks, boys, brains, and talent. No wonder her younger sister Jan was jealous! For countless adolescents across America who came of age in the early 1970s, Marcia was the ideal American teenager. Girls wanted to be her. Boys wanted to date her. But what viewers didn't know about the always-sunny, perfect Marcia was that offscreen, her real-life counterpart, Maureen McCormick, the young actress who portrayed her, was living a very different—and not-so-wonderful—life. Now, for the very first time, Maureen tells the shocking and inspirational true story of the beloved teen generations have invited into their living rooms—and the woman she became. In Here's the Story, Maureen takes us behind the scenes of America's favorite television family, the Bradys. With poignancy and candor, she reveals the lifelong friendships, the hurtful jealousies, the offscreen romance, the loving support her television family provided during a life-or-death moment, and the inconsolable loss of a man who had been a second father. But The Brady Bunch was only the beginning. Haunted by the perfection of her television alter ego, Maureen landed on the dark side, caught up in a fast-paced, drug-fueled, star-studded Hollywood existence that ultimately led to the biggest battle of her life. Moving from drug dens on Wonderland Avenue to wild parties at the Playboy mansion and exotic escapades on the beaches of Hawaii, this candid, hard-hitting memoir exposes a side of a beloved pop-culture icon the paparazzi missed. Yet it is also a story of remarkable success. After kicking her drug habit, Maureen battled depression, reconnected with her mother, whom she nursed through the end of her life, and then found herself in a pitched battle for her family in which she ultimately triumphed. There is no question: Maureen McCormick is a survivor. After fifty years, she has finally learned what it means to love the person you are, insight that has brought her peace in a happy marriage and as a mother. Here's the Story is the empowering, engaging, shocking, and emotional tale of Maureen McCormick's courageous struggle over adversity and her lifelong battle to come to terms with the idea of perfection—and herself.
Here's another way which highlights this particular type of divergence. First we'll
need a new definition: Definition 6. A sequence, (an ∞ )n=1 , diverges to positive
infinity if for every A real sequence, number (a r, n ∞there is a real number N ...
Author: Eugene Boman
This book is an introductory real analysis textbook, presented through the lens of history. That is, it proposes that an effective way to motivate the highly non-intuitve definitions and theorems encountered in an introductory, college level Real Analysis course is via one of the stories (there are many) of the historical development of the subject, from its intuitive beginnings to modern rigor. The definitions and techniques are motivated by the actual difficulties encountered by the intuitive approach and are presented in their historical context.
Here's the Story is a practical text that offers the conceptual and theoretical background for promoting new ways of bringing narrative to the forefront of children’s current language and literacy learning.
Author: Daniel R. Meier
Featuring contributions from a unique mix of authors, classroom teachers, teacher educators, and children's book authors, this volume explores the value of stories in promoting children's language and literacy learning. Major sections cover the most fundamental and critical foundations for language and literacy growth , including first language learning, multilingual learning, and literacy development, and then focus on the forms and functions of story from infants and toddlers to the upper elementary grades. Here's the Story is a practical text that offers the conceptual and theoretical background for promoting new ways of bringing narrative to the forefront of children's current language and literacy learning.
Now that's a neat trick that we are going to discuss here. This story has to do with
military secrets, so secret that the fact that I worked on it is so secret that it is
unknown to everybody. Even I am barely ... So here's the story. At the beginning
Author: Harvey Cappel
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
For as far back as I can remember, I have told stories. I can take nearly any situation or event and make a funny story of it. Life is too short to miss out on the fun part. Also for many years I have been writing articles and short stories for various newsletters, newspapers, and even national magazines; some paid but most for free. I enjoy writing to entertain, to inform, and to educate. I have a different view of the world than the average person and not afraid of sharing it. I have, for many years, wanted to write a book but thought that anything I would have to say would be out of date before I finished the book. And then one day, not too long ago, I had an epiphanylife stories, humor, fun philosophy, and basic life lessons dont go out of date. So I wrote this book. The book is a collection of family stories, tall tales, a few reprints of previously published newspaper articles, a little fun philosophy, and a technical issue or two. Except for a very few of the stories, as noted in the stories, all are original works of mine. The contents are, as you will notice, printed and listed simply, alphabetically. I thought this random arrangement would minimize the potential for one to lose interest and fall asleep reading various versions of the same thing. My intent in writing this book was not just to make some extra cash, but to put down in writing, in a more permanent form, some of my lifes experiences, crazy ideas, and a little technical correctness, for family, friends, and a few others to enjoy. Please enjoy.
Abbot , take a glass of . wine ; here's some sherry_hand here your glass ! —No
halflaughs and purser's grins here ; fill it up with the rose in the middle for old
acquaintance ' sake . Here's your health , and next step to you soon ! It's devilish
Author: Frederick CHAMIER
Here we are , and here we go ! Round this first turning to the right , Uncle Will ,
and past the pump , and sharp off up the passage to the left , right opposite the
public - house . Here we are , and here we go . Cross over , Uncle Will , and mind
Author: Charles Dickens
Category: English fiction
Then he shouted out in his amazement , “ Oh ! here's Hine Moa , here's Hine Moa
, in the house of Tutanekai ! ” And all the village heard him ; and then arose cries
on every side , “ Oh ! here's Hine Moa ; here's Hine Moa with Tutanekai !
Author: Arthur Saunders Thomson
Category: Maori (New Zealand people)
A Tale of how Two Boys Solved the Indian Question Samuel C. Gilman. had
crashed it down here some time or other , from the half - broken brush
surrounding it . ” He commenced hewing away , and for the time - being forgot the
sick boy at ...
Author: Samuel C. Gilman
... Here's the story, men. God gives each person a rainbow of colors in their mind.
Each color is a gift to learn and do the things needed as we live life in a well-
balanced way. You young men have one color in your rainbow that is very bright;
Author: Hal Altenbern
Publisher: Hal Altenbern
Category: Asperger's syndrome
Here , Harry , my boy , " said the old fisherman , in his heartiest manner , just as
the travellers were leaving the door ; " here is some shot for your locker ! " (
slipping a shilling into the boy's hand . ) " And here , look ! here's the thing you
talked so ...
Author: Harry BIRKETT
Here's the story question: Can Ender Wiggin rise through the ranks in Battle
School and graduate in time to save his people ... Story. World. Your knowledge
of how the world works makes it possible for you to live, eat, hold a job, get a
Author: Randy Ingermanson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A complete guide to writing and selling your novel So you want to write a novel? Great! That’s a worthy goal, no matter what your reason. But don’t settle for just writing a novel. Aim high. Write a novel that you intend to sell to a publisher. Writing Fiction for Dummies is a complete guide designed to coach you every step along the path from beginning writer to royalty-earning author. Here are some things you’ll learn in Writing Fiction for Dummies: Strategic Planning: Pinpoint where you are on the roadmap to publication; discover what every reader desperately wants from a story; home in on a marketable category; choose from among the four most common creative styles; and learn the self-management methods of professional writers. Writing Powerful Fiction: Construct a story world that rings true; create believable, unpredictable characters; build a strong plot with all six layers of complexity of a modern novel; and infuse it all with a strong theme. Self-Editing Your Novel: Psychoanalyze your characters to bring them fully to life; edit your story structure from the top down; fix broken scenes; and polish your action and dialogue. Finding An Agent and Getting Published: Write a query letter, a synopsis, and a proposal; pitch your work to agents and editors without fear. Writing Fiction For Dummies takes you from being a writer to being an author. It can happen—if you have the talent and persistence to do what you need to do.
research that the ghost used to work here, and loved the school. Now she comes
back to visit. Here are some stories we heard. This one is from our kindergarten
and first-grade teacher, Mrs. Halen. She was here by herself one night after the ...
Author: William Lynwood Montell
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Category: Social Science
A good ghost story can make your hair stand on end, your palms sweat, and your heart race. The bone-chilling collection Tales of Kentucky Ghosts presents more than 250 stories that do just that. In his new book, William Lynwood Montell has assembled an entertaining and diverse array of tales from across the commonwealth that will keep you checking under the bed every night. The first-person accounts in this collection showcase folklore that Montell has drawn from archives, family stories, and oral traditions throughout Kentucky. The stories include that of the ghost bride of Laurel County, who appears each year on the anniversary of her wedding day; the tale of the murdered worker who haunts the Simpson County home of his killer and former employer; and the account of the lost mandolin that plays itself in a house in Graves County. These and many other chilling stories haunt the pages of Tales of Kentucky Ghosts. In the tradition of Montell's previous Kentucky ghost books ( Ghosts across Kentucky and Haunted Houses and Family Ghosts of Kentucky), Tales of Kentucky Ghosts brings together a variety of terrifying narratives that not only entertain and frighten but also serve as a unique record of Kentucky's rich heritage of storytelling.
... Mary's orderly closets . " Here's the mustard , ma'am , and here's the French
mustard , and here's the vanilla , and the cloves is here , and the nutmeg2 5 3 1 t
6 S e t e it V S 1 e 1 grater , ma'am , and the nutmegs is here A Mistress without a
Author: George Eliel Sargent
Category: Christian life
I love that magazine because it is full of stories that virtually anyone can
understand, learn from, or tell.) Here's an example. I was going to speak before a
large audience of government communicators, and l was hunting for a relevant
Author: James E. Lukaszewski
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
This is a book about gaining influence and becoming a key trusted advisor. It is for everyone who advises leaders and senior managers (accounting, finance, human resources, IT, law, marketing, public relations, security, and strategic planning) and for outside consultants in these functional staff areas. It’s also for operations people yearning to finally be heard and heeded by their boss.
GORDON VAN GELDER With the contracts that Josh sent inter-office came a
copy of his story. "Since you didn't ask," he'd scrawled across the first of three
manuscript pages, "here's the story that I sold." Anne placed the story in a drawer,
Author: John Gregory Betancourt
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
Here is your valuable ten—kopeck piece! Take it!” And in outraged pride he threw
away the coin, which, tinkling ... he called to the boy. “Are there really people
moving around in there? Here's the story: for all the years I have been coming
Author: Terence Emmons
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Literary Criticism
A collection of remarkable Russian dog stories, selected, translated and introduced by Terrence Emmons. Several of Russias most famous writes, including Turgenev, Tolstoy, and Chechov, are represented here, along with other masters of the genre who are less well known to western readers: Mamin-Sibiriak, Kuprin, Prishvin, and others. This is the first anthology of Russian dog stories to be published in any language.
6 If scoundrel Mannion , and get him here , I'd make him say it too . Now , after all
that , what have you got against her ? — against your lawful wife ; and I'll make
you own her as such , and keep her as such , I can promise you ! " you had any ...
Author: Wilkie Collins