'" Delve deeper into the dark underbelly of super-stardom, where fame comes at a steep price. In this sequel anthology to the hit psychological thriller, Perfect Blue, creepy fans thrust their idols into struggles of life and death.
Author: Yoshikazu Takeuchi
Publisher: Seven Seas Entertainment
Category: Young Adult Fiction
'" Delve deeper into the dark underbelly of super-stardom, where fame comes at a steep price. In this sequel anthology to the hit psychological thriller, Perfect Blue, creepy fans thrust their idols into struggles of life and death. Gruesome body switches, bloody fan letters, and a stalker in a terrifying rabbit costume--it''s a life of fame and misfortune that lies in wait for these hapless pop stars. "'
And suddenly I was awake, except I wasn't awake...I was dreaming. But man,
what a dream I was having. In the dream, I was ... he looked up from playing as I
was watching him and he looked right at me...with his blond hair and perfect blue
Author: CB Floyd
Publisher: Author House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Who is CB Floyd? Ayn Rand, in the very first sentence on the very first page of her bestselling novel Atlas Shrugged, asked this now immortal question, “Who is John Galt?” Almost 50 years later, it is my prediction that the world will soon be asking with similar fervor, “Who is CB Floyd?” Well, who is CB Floyd? Poet, musician, composer, author, master repairman, cartoonist, part-time psychic and a master storyteller to boot...I met CB Floyd in high school when I was 15 and he quickly became my best friend. Dreams, Ghosts and Miracles is the first in a series which relates the autobiographical accounting of the amazing life of CB Floyd and I am sure you will find it both fascinatingly interesting and wonderfully inspiring. I’ve read it many, many times now and I love this book completely. His insight into his own problems (and subsequently, the problems of the world) - as told in an amiable and informal manner - is certain to bring you hours of enjoyment and real hope that someone might actually know something about what is going on here on planet Earth. Treat this like an adventure and you won’t be disappointed...and Bon Voyage!
The next morning, Jared sat up in bed wide awake, startled out of a dream. ...
dressed in a pair of khaki pants and a periwinkle blue sweater just tight enough
to show off what Jared considered to be a perfect figure - well rounded, but not fat
Author: Nancy Lynn
Category: Family & Relationships
Years ago, Lynne lost her family in a horrible car crash. Now a successful business woman, she is about to lose her sanity because she has buried her grief too deeply. Jared has lost his daughter and his wife to disease and suicide. He has dealt with the grief and moves to America in order to start his life anew, only to discover secrets that could ruin the lives of new friends. Join us on this journey across time and continents, a journey of pain, healing and discovery. With the help of family, friends and a feisty Guardian Angel anyone can learn to live again.--P.  of cover.
Cody had perfect blue eyes and a wonderful personality, but for what I see in
Annalise she may not have the best judgement call. “Glad to see you guys finally awake.” I say, staring at Conner with a curious look on my face.” “Good morning
Author: Alyson V. Bassett
Conner and Addison are best friends who soon discover that they are living in a world of mass chaos... Will they be able to live through this while also falling in love
The day dawned at last, a lovely May morning with the sun rising brilliantly in a perfect blue sky. Isobel brought Flora a cup of tea in bed, though she had been awake for hours wondering if this was a dream, a very pleasant dream, but one
Author: Maureen Lee
Publisher: Hachette UK
The Second World War - a mother must make a heartbreaking sacrifice in order to save her child...A poignant and powerful family saga from the author of Au Revoir Liverpool. 1944. It is spring, late morning, when Flora's life changes for ever. She is standing on a platform in the Swiss mountains, watching as a cattle train draws near. From within the wooden trucks she can hear human voices - groaning, pleading and desperate. Horrified, she begins to run alongside the train, frantically trying to help. But as the train picks up speed, a filthy bundle of rags is thrust through the slats and into her arms - 'Take him. His name is Simon.' Flora stands on the platform, a baby boy cradled against her. And although everything looks exactly as it did moments before, nothing will ever be the same again. Sunday Times bestseller Maureen Lee has written a powerful, moving story of war, motherhood and love.
Author: Virginia Powell SharpPublish On: 2015-01-15
He was the world's best listener and knew the perfect words to tell Sue. Usually ...
You are in my dreams andI awaken achingtobe with you. ... Time isof essence
because I amso afraid I'll awaken and realize that all this really was just a dream.
Author: Virginia Powell Sharp
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
How was it possible for a Louisiana gal and New York sailor to meet and fall in love? After 40 years the tall blue eyed sailor retired from an electronics finn. He’d spent much of his life on the road travelling from power plant to power plant to repair and install instruments. He traveled to Puerto Rico and Venezuela trouble shooting and repairing. He had spent his time off sailing up and down the eastern coast and raising his family. Sue had lived abroad many of her adult years, teaching, raising her three daughters, and being a wife. Now all their children are adults with families of their own. Will a daughter’s simple wedding bring them together? What does fate have in store for all?
erupted ; thousands of flashing , multicolored wings soared upward , dissolving
into perfect blue . Roger ' s eyes were drawn to a small bird ... It is required you
do awake your faith . ” “ I would be awake if I could , and out of this peculiar dream .
Author: John Mix
Amusing -- sometimes bawdy -- a romance of down-home folk in a story with the flowery expression and zaniness of plot characterized by Shakespeare. Sometimes the smaller the place, the wider and more splendid the vista.
Another key metaphor in these stories is the dream, particularly the act ofwaking
from a bad dream, taken from Eddy's assertion that“Pain, then, isonly a belief, ... It
disappears whenwe awake to the truth that we are in reality spiritual, ... Then
Charles was lifted completely out of this baddream instantly and intoperfect
Author: Barbara Wilson
Category: Biography & Autobiography
From Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of the Church of Christian Science, to Deepak Chopra, Americans have struggled with the connection between health and happiness. Barbara Wilson was taught by her Christian Scientist family that there was no sickness or evil, and that by maintaining this belief she would be protected. But such beliefs were challenged when Wilson's own mother died of breast cancer after deciding not to seek medical attention, having been driven mad by the contradiction between her religion and her reality. In this perceptive and textured memoir Blue Windows, Wilson surveys the complex history of Christian Science and the role of women in religion and healing.
Author: Cheyene Montana LopezPublish On: 2013-08-11
When waters and rivers dry blue sky overhead opens up clearing to dry out. Late
is ... I wish to feel the wetness of water from this rain of God's perfect sky upon my
shirt and bare hands. ... To think is to lay awake and vision in dreams invented.
Author: Cheyene Montana Lopez
This book is poetry about the sky which I look out the windows either early morning hours just before daybreak and think of nothing but poetry and the sky. I see what I see, I feel what I feel writing this book from heart and its beauty which is in poetry form so one can understand it and see it the way I see life all in beautiful words. This is freestyle poetry that I only writer at its best. I notice rain falling or trees or the wind darting and blowing to the gray rain clouds or fair quaint light blue skies and I take all this of nature and place into poems. I really like this book. So this is my newest book of poetry to all my buyers,readers,supporters and fans.
... 178 , 372 Nudist Paradise 20 , 376 Nurse and Married Woman : The Lustful
Sister - inLaw see Sky Blue Crayon Nurse ... Elwood 10 , 376 Perfect Blue 279 Perfect Blue : Wake Up If It ' s a Dream 372 Perfect Education 240 Perfect
Author: Jasper Sharp
Category: Erotic films
Takes the reader on a wild joy ride deep into the hinterlands of Japanese culture, society and radical politics by way of the weird and wonderful world of the country's distinctive sex film movements. Focusing on one of the most notorious secrets of Japanese filmmaking, the erotic Pink Film (or pinku eiga) genre, Behind the Pink Curtain features numerous interviews with leading figures in the field and offers an exhaustive, yet colourful, trawl through Japan's most vibrant and prolific film sector.
Enjoy the Power You Possess to Create Your Dreams Dr. Cathy Lomartra ... A
few days later, out of the blue, I received a call from a wonderful aesthetician in
the building and she was asking about my ... amount of free press from radio
stations that began to follow his every move; and assistance from perfect
Author: Dr. Cathy Lomartra
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Every womans guide to timeless wisdom and modern science to help you discover how to: Awaken to your natural power, energy, wisdom and healing to attract love, health, wealth, and happiness. Transform yourself into the radiant, contented, self assured person you are born to be. Carry with you only the most positive and uplifting thoughts that will attract to you the same in experience. Create magical days with your words as your wand to bring in all that you wish for. Access your personal support staff who surround you, always joyful to assist you in any matter at all times. Let go and enjoy your lifes new ease and peace. Use the secret key already in your possession and unlock your souls treasure chest for a life to enjoy. Artistically create the grandest masterpiece of all-- your life. ...and much more!
I canteredfrom one end ofthe field to the other; itwas smooth and effortless, the
horse andIwere in perfect unison. Life was ... I looked around and noticed that
theleaves on the trees were as green as emeralds and the sky was as blue as the
ocean. ... “I have just had a wonderful dream,” I said, trying to sound wide awake.
Author: Julia Heywood
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
On getting the job, she is assigned The Barefoot Indian as training coach. She guides her through the challenges she is given, and is a constant source of inspiration on the journey. In addition to hands-on mentoring she also receives encouragement, wisdom and Ponderisms from Head office via e-mails. Fiction, or could it be true for you?
As of this writing, Kon has released four films: Perfect Blue (1997), Millennium
Actress (2001), Tokyo Godfathers (2003), and ... Or he can present a device that
lets us run wild in our own dreams. . . only how do we know when we're awake?
Author: Andrew Osmond
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A comprehensive introduction to the work of the acclaimed anime artist, director of Tokyo Godfathers and the hit release Paprika.
... mauves , silver - whites and magenta coronae and plumes , splitting and
cracking the cold - perfect blue sky above Southern California , much as I ... The dream shocked me awake , as I am shocked from sleep quite often these
Author: Jennifer Firestone
Category: Literary Collections
Letters to Poets honors and commemorates the hundredth anniversary of Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet by partnering a selection of 14 of the country’s leading contemporary poets with 14 emerging poets and documenting their correspondences. These poets challenge the hierarchies and pitfalls endemic to the mentoring process, and ask some of the day’s toughest, most vital questions concerning race, class, and gender. Spanning a range of not only generations but cultural, aesthetic, and economic backgrounds, these diverse pairings both challenge and support each other artistically and politically. The result is in turns dramatic, enlightening, and entertaining. Contributors include: Anselm Berrigan & John Yau, Brenda Coultas & Victor Hernández Cruz, Truong Tran & Wanda Coleman, Patrick Pritchett & Kathleen Fraser, Hajera Ghori & Alfred Arteaga, Jennifer Firestone & Eileen Myles, Karen Weiser & Anne Waldman, Jill Magi & Cecilia Vicuña, Rosamond S. King & Jayne Cortez, Judith Goldman & Leslie Scalapino, Traci Gourdine & Quincy Troupe, Brenda Iijima & Joan Retallack, Dana Teen Lomax & Claire Braz-Valentine, Albert Flynn DeSilver & Paul Hoover
This allows Swanhilda to move around the room and keep trying to wake up
Franz. At last she ... Then they make their escape, leaving Dr. Coppélius with his
broken dream. ... “Tori,” he says, “you are dress just like our theater, in blue and
Author: Kat Corbett
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Tori Baylor, a serious dance student, has begun her final level at the school of Southern Ballet Theatre in Orlando, Florida. Her goal is to be accepted by the Company next year as a trainee, but she still has a problem with balance. She works desperately to overcome it, knowing its now or never for her. Her mother, whose job pays for her lessons, has crippling arthritis and will have to quit work after this year. As a trainee, Tori would get free classes and could continue to dance. Called upon one day to explain the future perfect tense to her sister, Roni, Tori ponders her destiny and wonders What is the future perfect of me? When Roni brings home information about getting pen pals, both girls write off for one. Tori is excited to get a dance student at the school of the world-famous Maryinsky Theatre Ballet, formerly the Kirov, in St. Petersburg, Russia. She reads up on Russia and even learns some Russian words, hoping that she and Valentina, though far apart, will become real friends. I feel as if Im setting out on an adventure, she says, never dreaming how that adventure will change her life. About the Author A language lover, Kat Corbett found Russian like writing in code! To share the fun, she started a pen pal club for Russians and Americans. One teen wrote A dancer would be niceand the seed for Future Perfect was planted. Future Perfect is Book Two of the DanceFutures series. First Readers Said: I loved the ending. I hope you are considering writing a sequel!Stacey Price The story is excellent. Stacia and Ebert give it two thumbs up!Stacia Tanner It was a great story. I loved it.Heidi Rinke Im so sad its over! Please write a continuation!!Liesl Rinke Be sure to visit Kat Corbett's website at www.katcorbett.com. You can add your comments on this book, tell what your own perfect future would be, and even share your ideas for the next books in the series!
Outside the plate-glass window the sky was a perfect blue—a spring sky—but
she avoided looking at the sky these days. ... At first, when she woke up with the
night thick and silent around her, she had thought it was a dream and the wolf
Author: Patti Davis
Category: Central America
From the author of Home Front and the daughter of President Reagan, Deadfall is a novel that only Patti Davis could write--the story of how political conspiracy infects private lives.
And I dream and again I see : ... A summer night full of the moon , a perfect blue ,
and the stars . The whole village sleeps in a mysterious shimmering light , and
there is nobody awake except me . Alone I stand outside the courtyard by the
She is the peace for me to pray She is the sky of perfect blue She is the summer
when I can dream She is the ... Surrounded by emergency technicians and by
curious passersby, the "biker" is awake yet unaware of the risks taken on top of ...
She couldn't really identify it, but it kept her awake at night, dreaming of bigger
and better. ... Mr. Watson's sparkling blue eyes studied each face with great
dramatic pause, just like he'd taught them. “Don't ... But if you use it just right, it
can be the perfect punctuation to a piece of dialogue that was meant to change
Author: Rene Gutteridge
It’s Christmastime in Skary, Indiana, but the holiday season has been hijacked by maverick director Lois Stepaphanopolis as she attempts to bring her horror-ific vision of A Christmas Carol to life. But the holly-decked path from page to stage is a thorny one, as Lois attempts to rally her skeptical cast, including new father Wolfe Boone, and then she learns that her reluctant marketing director, Alfred Tennison, is truly a Christmas Scrooge. Alfred’s grassroots marketing plan proves more than successful as the buzz builds that Skary should anticipate an overflowing audience for their opening night– but a crucial miscommunication leaves the visiting theatergoers expecting of a very different Christmas production. As chaos ensues, can the actors pull off an improv miracle — and can the Skary community convince their own Scrooge to embrace the true meaning of Christmas?
The perfect symmetry of the square—“an eighteenth-century dream bathed and
embraced by modernity” (5)—tallies with ... When for no reason Henry finds
himself wide awake at 3:40 in the morning, feeling “unencumbered” and “elated”
Author: Kristiaan Versluys
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Writers have represented 9/11 and its aftermath with varying degrees of success. In Out of the Blue, Kristiaan Versluys focuses on novels that move beyond patriotic clichés and cheap sensationalism and provide new insights into the emotional and ethical impact of these traumatic events and what it means to depict them. Versluys focuses on Don DeLillo's Falling Man, Art Spiegelman's In the Shadow of No Towers, Jonathan Safran Foer's Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Frédéric Beigbeder's Windows on the World, and John Updike's Terrorist. He scrutinizes how these writers affirm the humanity of the disoriented individual, as opposed to the cocksure killer or politician, and retranslate hesitation, stuttering, or stammering into a precarious act of defiance. Versluys also discusses works by Ian McEwan, Anita Shreve, Martin Amis, and Michael Cunningham, arguing for the novel's distinct power in rendering the devastation of 9/11.