Photography – Craig Stottlemyer & Elizabeth Stottlemyer

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The Romance of Light

Craig Stottlemyer & Elizabeth Stottlemyer

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: June 10, 2013

Publisher: Craig Stottlemyer

Seller: Craig Stottlemyer


A book on photography with illustrations to educate on aperture and shutter speed, and how these interrelate. Also provides information on light and ISO.

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Elizabeth Warren Says She’s Wearing Black to Democratic Presidential Debate

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Queen Elizabeth arrives in Holyrood to mark 20th annivesary of Scottish Parliament

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The Legend of Oescienne – The Finding (Book One) – Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

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The Legend of Oescienne – The Finding (Book One)

Oescienne, no. 1

Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

Genre: Epic

Publish Date: November 21, 2011

Publisher: Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

Seller: Smashwords, Inc.


Dragon mentors, magical creatures, and a young girl looking for adventure: Harry Potter meets Eragon. "A remarkable dragon story for YA and teens. If you enjoy the Eragon book series by Christopher Paolini, you love this series!!" ★★★★★ When the dragon Jaax receives word that a human infant has been found in the province of Oescienne, he doesn't dare believe it. Humans have been extinct for centuries, trapped by a terrible curse and left to live out their existence in the form of dragons. Despite his doubts, however, Jaax assumes responsibility for the baby girl only to discover that what he has been seeking for so many years has finally been found. Jahrra knows all about the legends and sagas of Oescienne, but never in her wildest dreams would she believe that she played a part in one of them. She is far too busy dodging the bullies at school and seeking out new adventures with her friends to worry about what secrets her dragon mentor might be keeping from her, or that her every move is being watched by something living in the forest surrounding her home. But the secrets run deep, and as Jahrra fights to earn her place in this extraordinary world, she will begin to unravel the truth of it all: that she isn't as safe as she thought she was, that danger lurks around every corner, and that her role in this unfurling tale is far more significant than she could possibly imagine.

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Listen to the Child – Elizabeth Howard

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Listen to the Child

Elizabeth Howard

Genre: Historical

Publish Date: October 26, 2016

Publisher: Bookline & Thinker

Seller: Perseus Books, LLC


London’s East End heaves with child prostitutes, hawkers, beggars and thieves. Constance rescues as many children as she can but feels overwhelmed. A solution is offered that sounds perfect – Canadian farmers need workers, their wives want housemaids. Shipping children to this land of plenty offers them a future. Widow, Mary Trupper, is wary, but the promise of a good life for her children is strong.

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Royal family greet Queen Elizabeth on 93rd birthday at Easter service

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Michelle Obama charms British crowd with praise for Queen Elizabeth

Former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama charmed thousands of Britons on Sunday (April 19), telling anecdotes about meeting the “wonderfully warm and funny” Queen Elizabeth and praising London’s diversity at an event in the capital. Rough cut (no reporter narration).


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Cranford – Elizabeth Gaskell

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Cranford

Elizabeth Gaskell

Genre: Classics

Price: $ 2.99

Publish Date: June 6, 2017

Publisher: Open Road Media

Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC


The women of an English country village star in this Victorian classic that inspired a BBC series, from the author of North and South .   Welcome to Cranford, where everyone knows one another and a cow wears pajamas. It’s a community built on friendship and kindness, where women hold court and most of the houses—and men—are rarely seen. Two colorful spinster sisters at the heart of Cranford, Miss Matty and Miss Deborah Jenkyns, are daughters of the former rector, and when they’re not playing cards or drinking tea, they’re feeding an endless appetite for scandal and weathering commotions to their peaceful lives, from financial troubles to thieves to an unexpected face from the past.   First published in installments in Household Words , a magazine edited by Charles Dickens, Cranford was a hit of its time and today offers modern readers a glimpse into a small English town during the mid-nineteenth century.

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Fresh Air, Tracey Ullman, Adam Cohen, And Elizabeth Taylor – Terry Gross

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Fresh Air, Tracey Ullman, Adam Cohen, And Elizabeth Taylor

Terry Gross

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.99

Publish Date: May 22, 2000

© ℗ © 2000 WHYY-FM

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Once Upon a Kiss – Alethea Kontis, Yasmine Galenorn, Sarra Cannon, Anthea Sharp, Devon Monk, Alexia Purdy, C. Gockel, Jenna Elizabeth Johnson, Julia Crane, Hailey Edwards, Kate Danley, Shawntelle Madison, Nikki Jefford, Phaedra Weldon, Debra Dunbar, Mandy M. Roth & Jennifer Blackstream

Alethea Kontis, Yasmine Galenorn, Sarra Cannon, Anthea Sharp, Devon Monk, Alexia Purdy, C. Gockel, Jenna Elizabeth Johnson, Julia Crane, Hailey Edwards, Kate Danley, Shawntelle Madison, Nikki Jefford, Phaedra Weldon, Debra Dunbar, Mandy M. Roth & Jennifer Blackstream - Once Upon a Kiss  artwork

Once Upon a Kiss

17 Romantic Faerie Tales

Alethea Kontis, Yasmine Galenorn, Sarra Cannon, Anthea Sharp, Devon Monk, Alexia Purdy, C. Gockel, Jenna Elizabeth Johnson, Julia Crane, Hailey Edwards, Kate Danley, Shawntelle Madison, Nikki Jefford, Phaedra Weldon, Debra Dunbar, Mandy M. Roth & Jennifer Blackstream

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: January 30, 2017

Publisher: Fiddlehead Press

Seller: Fiddlehead Press


Seventeen magical stories from NY Times and USA Today bestsellers and award-winning authors that will warm even the coldest hearts. Inspired by old favorites as well as lesser-known tales, find retellings of Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid, Old Rinkrank, King Thrushbeard, The Princess and the Pea, and many more – all with fresh, romantic twists – just in time for Valentine’s Day~ The Glass Mountain – Alethea Kontis On the way to her wedding, brave and clever Princess Sabine falls into a Glass Mountain, where she is trapped with a crotchety man she calls “Old Rinkrank.” The two form a unique, unlikely friendship while working to escape.  The Bakers Grimm – Hailey Edwards When two struggling business owners compete for the contract of a lifetime, it’s all bakers on deck. Mix in a dollop of rivalry, a tablespoon of romance, and a pinch of magic, and you’ve got the recipe for one heck of a bake-off. May the best decorator win! Galatea and Pygmalion – Kate Danley A young woman in ancient Greece is tasked with carving a new statue for Aphrodite's temple. But what happens when she falls in love with her art? Red – Sarra Cannon Charlotte is searching for a cure to save her sister, but what she finds in the woods is not at all what she expects… Princess Charming – Yasmine Galenorn Sometimes, the road to Happily Ever After leads a girl right past Prince Charming… into the arms of his sister . Mad About You – Jennifer Blackstream Alice doesn't want to marry the Mad Hatter. Will an unexpected trip to Wonderland change her mind? The Sea King’s Daughter—Anthea Sharp A mermaid gives up everything to be with the mortal man she loves – but can there be a happy ending when the Sea Witch intervenes? Romeo and Juliet: The Afterlife – Julia Crane Juliet enters the afterlife and discovers the truth behind her relationship with Romeo and Paris – and that their greatest challenge is yet to come. Soot and Stone: A Fae Tale of the Otherworld  – Jenna Elizabeth Johnson Aisling, a young Faelorehn artist, finds herself falling for the son of one of the famed Tuatha De Danann. The only problem is, she’s unaware of his true identity, and her selfish uncle will do anything to keep her from realizing her dreams. The Huntsman’s Snow – Mandy M. Roth Sometimes, a prince isn’t as charming as history would like you to believe. And sometimes, a princess needs an alpha male shifter to find her happily ever after. RumpelIMPskin – Debra Dunbar An imp finds herself in a fairytale world without her infernal powers facing an impossible task. Will Sam barter away her firstborn? Will her angelic main-squeeze save her? Or will she come up with a devilish solution of her own? The Glass Sky – Alexia Purdy Star’s refusal of suitors lined up for her hand has her family in knots, but when the city is bombed and overthrown, she loses everything. After she’s rescued by a handsome stranger named Clyde, she sneaks away to save her parents but finds herself trapped in the new president’s clutches. Rush – C. Gockel Misogyny is a beast. When the incarnation of Creation gets angry at Rush for innocently stating his opinion, she curses him to find true love in two weeks … or else. Perchance to Dream – Phaedra Weldon Her first love has been placed under a spell. But will her kiss wake him… or kill him? The Toad Prince – Nikki Jefford Isabel Ivers’s stepfather will do anything to secure his place as Far North’s new ruler, even if it means marrying her off to the depraved prince of the lowlands. Crafted With A Kiss – Shawntelle Madison Despite fighting in countless battles to bring peace to warring kingdoms, Pynnelope, a warrior maiden made of wood, knows no fear. Becoming human is all she desires until she discovers she can have so much more. A Small Magic – Devon Monk A cursed princess, a talking pea, and a wish that changes everything.

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Wives and Daughters – Elizabeth Gaskell

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Wives and Daughters

Elizabeth Gaskell

Genre: Classics

Price: $ 0.99

Publish Date: June 6, 2017

Publisher: Open Road Media

Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC


Secrets and scandals steer a young woman’s life as she comes of age and finds love in Victorian England.   Seventeen-year-old Molly Gibson has grown up under the watchful eye of her widowed father, the doctor Mr. Gibson. After one of his apprentices develops an interest in Molly, Mr. Gibson feels the only way to protect her is to send her to live with the Hamley family.   With his daughter away, Gibson decides to remarry, giving Molly a new mother and sister. Although her stepmother is manipulative, Molly gains an ally in her stepsister, Cynthia, who is educated, worldly, and irresistible to just about any man she meets.   Growing closer to the Hamleys and her new stepsister, Molly also finds herself mired in their scandals—and the town’s gossip. If she hopes to set things right, she must risk her own reputation, as well as the man she secretly loves.   By the author of Mary Barton and North and South , this is a story of love, family, and the challenges of both, as relevant today as it was in the nineteenth century.

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Wisdom to Know – Elizabeth Maddrey

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Wisdom to Know

Elizabeth Maddrey

Genre: Religious

Publish Date: February 22, 2016

Publisher: Elizabeth Maddrey

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Contemporary Christian Romance.   Is there sin that love can't cover?  Lydia Brown has taken just about every wrong turn she could find. When an abortion leaves her overwhelmed by guilt, she turns to drugs to escape her pain. After a single car accident lands her in the hospital facing DUI charges, Lydia is forced to reevaluate her choices.  Kevin McGregor has been biding his time since high school when he heard God tell him that Lydia Brown was the woman he would marry. In the aftermath of Lydia's accident, Kevin must come to grips with the truth about her secret life.  While Kevin works to convince himself and God that loving Lydia is a mistake, Lydia struggles to accept the feelings she has for Kevin, though she fears her sin may be too much for anyone to forgive.

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What They Had – Elizabeth Chomko

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What They Had

Elizabeth Chomko

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: October 19, 2018


From first-time writer and director Elizabeth Chomko, this "captivating family drama" that will make "you laugh as much as you cry" (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone) centers on a family in crisis. Bridget (two-time Oscar® winner Hilary Swank) returns home to Chicago at her brother's (two-time Oscar® nominee Michael Shannon) urging to deal with her ailing mother (two-time Emmy® Award winner Blythe Danner) and her father's (Oscar® nominee Robert Forster) reluctance to let go of their life together.

© © 2018 Bleecker Street Media LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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The Legend of Oescienne – The Finding (Book One) – Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

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The Legend of Oescienne – The Finding (Book One)

Oescienne, no. 1

Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

Genre: Epic

Publish Date: November 21, 2011

Publisher: Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

Seller: Smashwords, Inc.


Dragon mentors, magical creatures, and a young girl looking for adventure: Harry Potter meets Eragon. "A remarkable dragon story for YA and teens. If you enjoy the Eragon book series by Christopher Paolini, you love this series!!" ★★★★★ When the dragon Jaax receives word that a human infant has been found in the province of Oescienne, he doesn't dare believe it. Humans have been extinct for centuries, trapped by a terrible curse and left to live out their existence in the form of dragons. Despite his doubts, however, Jaax assumes responsibility for the baby girl only to discover that what he has been seeking for so many years has finally been found. Jahrra knows all about the legends and sagas of Oescienne, but never in her wildest dreams would she believe that she played a part in one of them. She is far too busy dodging the bullies at school and seeking out new adventures with her friends to worry about what secrets her dragon mentor might be keeping from her, or that her every move is being watched by something living in the forest surrounding her home. But the secrets run deep, and as Jahrra fights to earn her place in this extraordinary world, she will begin to unravel the truth of it all: that she isn't as safe as she thought she was, that danger lurks around every corner, and that her role in this unfurling tale is far more significant than she could possibly imagine.

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Rosie O’Donnell Confirms Engagement To Girlfriend Elizabeth Rooney: ‘She’s A Wonderful Woman’

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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Elizabeth Olsen Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“Sorry For Your Loss” star Elizabeth Olsen takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about herself. Where did Elizabeth Olsen go to college? Is Elizabeth in Avengers 4? Does SHE have a twin?

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Listen to the Child – Elizabeth Howard

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Listen to the Child

Elizabeth Howard

Genre: Historical

Publish Date: October 26, 2016

Publisher: Bookline & Thinker

Seller: Perseus Books, LLC


London's East End heaves with child prostitutes, hawkers, beggars and thieves. A solution is offered that sounds perfect – Canadian farmers need workers, their wives want housemaids. Shipping children to this land of plenty offers them a future. Widow, Mary Trupper, is wary, but the promise of a good life for her children is strong.

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Episode 193 Scott Adams: Talking to Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai (Running Against Elizabeth Warren) About Immigration, Education and Innovation

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Did Queen Elizabeth II Throw Subtle Shade At President Trump During His UK Visit?

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The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written: volume 6 (30 short stories) – E. F. Benson, W. F. Harvey, Bram Stoker, Walter Scott, Elizabeth Gaskell, H. P. Lovecraft, EDGAR ALLAN POE, Rudyard Kipling, Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, John Buchan, A. M. Burrage, Walter de La Mare, H. G. Wells, Robert Louis Stevenson, Cynthia Asquith, Lord Dunsany, Clark Ashton Smith, Margaret Ronan, Amelia B. Edwards, Robert Hichens, H. Russell Wakefield, Arthur Quiller-Couch, William Hope Hodgson, L. P. Hartley, Vincent O’Sullivan, Vernon Lee & Paul Spencer

E. F. Benson, W. F. Harvey, Bram Stoker, Walter Scott, Elizabeth Gaskell, H. P. Lovecraft, EDGAR ALLAN POE, Rudyard Kipling, Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, John Buchan, A. M. Burrage, Walter de La Mare, H. G. Wells, Robert Louis Stevenson, Cynthia Asquith, Lord Dunsany, Clark Ashton Smith, Margaret Ronan, Amelia B. Edwards, Robert Hichens, H. Russell Wakefield, Arthur Quiller-Couch, William Hope Hodgson, L. P. Hartley, Vincent O'Sullivan, Vernon Lee & Paul Spencer - The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written: volume 6 (30 short stories)  artwork

The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written: volume 6 (30 short stories)

E. F. Benson, W. F. Harvey, Bram Stoker, Walter Scott, Elizabeth Gaskell, H. P. Lovecraft, EDGAR ALLAN POE, Rudyard Kipling, Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, John Buchan, A. M. Burrage, Walter de La Mare, H. G. Wells, Robert Louis Stevenson, Cynthia Asquith, Lord Dunsany, Clark Ashton Smith, Margaret Ronan, Amelia B. Edwards, Robert Hichens, H. Russell Wakefield, Arthur Quiller-Couch, William Hope Hodgson, L. P. Hartley, Vincent O’Sullivan, Vernon Lee & Paul Spencer

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: February 11, 2018

Publisher: Pandora’s Box

Seller: De Marque, Inc.


If you were looking for the Holy Bible of the horror anthologies, consider yourself lucky, because you just found it! Cosmic horror, supernatural events, ghost stories, weird fiction, mystical fantasies, occult narratives, this book plunges you into dark domains and brings you face to face with surreal monstrosities. This sixth volume of “The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written” features 30 stories by an all-star cast, including Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, Robert Louis Stevenson, M. R. James, H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, Arthur Machen, Bram Stoker, E. F. Benson, H. G. Wells, William Hope Hodgson, Elizabeth Gaskell and John Buchan, among many others!

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Elizabeth Hurley’s 21-Year-Old Nephew Photographed for First Time Since Stabbing

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Queen Elizabeth Sits Front Row Next to Anna Wintour for London Fashion Week Show

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The Crown: The Official Companion, Volume 1: Elizabeth II, Winston Churchill, and the Making of a Young Queen (1947-1955) (Unabridged) – Robert Lacey

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The Crown: The Official Companion, Volume 1: Elizabeth II, Winston Churchill, and the Making of a Young Queen (1947-1955) (Unabridged)

Robert Lacey

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 20.95

Publish Date: October 17, 2017

© ℗ © 2017 Random House Audio

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Once Upon a Christmas Eve: A Maiden Lane Novella (Unabridged) – Elizabeth Hoyt

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Once Upon a Christmas Eve: A Maiden Lane Novella (Unabridged)

Elizabeth Hoyt

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 4.95

Publish Date: December 5, 2017

© ℗ © 2017 Hachette Audio

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Once Upon a Maiden Lane: A Maiden Lane Novella (Unabridged) – Elizabeth Hoyt

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Once Upon a Maiden Lane: A Maiden Lane Novella (Unabridged)

Elizabeth Hoyt

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 4.95

Publish Date: November 14, 2017

© ℗ © 2017 Hachette Audio

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Ewan McGregor Split from His Wife in May, Mary Elizabeth Winstead Kissing Photos Surface

Ewan McGregor reportedly split from his wife, Eve Mavrakis, as early as 5 months ago … which became clear after he was seen sucking face with his TV co-star. Ewan and Eve quietly separated back in May of this year, according to People … but the…

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Duke of Desire (Unabridged) – Elizabeth Hoyt

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Duke of Desire (Unabridged)

Elizabeth Hoyt

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 24.95

Publish Date: October 17, 2017

© ℗ © 2017 Hachette Audio

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Three Dates With Mr. Darcy – Elizabeth Ann West

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Three Dates With Mr. Darcy

A Pride and Prejudice Variation Anthology

Elizabeth Ann West

Genre: Classics

Publish Date: March 3, 2017

Publisher: Elizabeth Ann West

Seller: Elizabeth West


Three Dates with Mr. Darcy, a three-story anthology by author Elizabeth Ann West. Over 500 pages of JAFF! Enjoy an exclusive novella, Much to Conceal , and the first books in her two Jane Austen Fan Fiction variation series! Much to Conceal , a 20,000 word novella that imagines what if Jane learned of the failed proposal in London and MADE Elizabeth face her mistake? Exclusive to this box set. A Winter Wrong , 33,000 words, the first book of the Seasons of Serendipity , is a novella series that wonders what if Mr. Bennet died at the very beginning of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice? By Consequence of Marriage, 65,000 words, is the first novel in a series that reimagines the entire story if Mr. Darcy did not rescue his sister, Georgiana, from the clutches of George Wickham. All 3 stories are perfect for a snuggled reading afternoon with your favorite warm beverage! Elizabeth Ann West confesses she is hopelessly Darcy addicted and prays no one finds a cure!

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Free of Form – Sarah Elizabeth Charles

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Free of Form

Sarah Elizabeth Charles

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 6, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Stretch Music / Ropeadope LLC

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Faelorehn: Book One of the Otherworld Trilogy – Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

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Faelorehn: Book One of the Otherworld Trilogy

Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

Genre: Paranormal

Publish Date: April 21, 2012

Publisher: Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

Seller: Smashwords


I never heard him come after me and even as I climbed the slope and stumbled onto our shaded back lawn, I didn’t look back. It was like the day the gnomes chased me all over again, but this time I was not escaping some horrible little creatures, I was fleeing from an incredibly good-looking guy who could very well understand me completely. I was either saving myself from that serial killer I always imagined lived down in the swamp, or I had finally gone over the deep end . . . Meghan Elam has been strange her entire life: her eyes have this odd habit of changing color and she sees and hears things no one else does. When the visions and voices in her head start to get worse, she is convinced that her parents will want to drag her off to another psychiatrist. That is, until the mysterious Cade MacRoich shows up out of nowhere with an explanation of his own. Cade brings her news of another realm where goblins and gnomes are the norm, a place where whispering spirits exist in the very earth, and a world where Meghan just might find the answers she has always sought.

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Romance Grows in Arcadia Valley – Elizabeth Maddrey, Mary Jane Hathaway, Lee Tobin McClain, Annalisa Daughety, Valerie Comer & Danica Favorite

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Romance Grows in Arcadia Valley

Elizabeth Maddrey, Mary Jane Hathaway, Lee Tobin McClain, Annalisa Daughety, Valerie Comer & Danica Favorite

Genre: Religious

Publish Date: January 10, 2017

Publisher: Elizabeth Maddrey

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Join us in the fictional town of Arcadia Valley, Idaho, where a foodie culture and romance grow hand-in-hand. Six popular and bestselling authors of contemporary Christian romance have teamed up to create an entire world exploring food, friends, and family. This is not your usual collection of novellas! Each one is set in Arcadia Valley. Each kicks off a three-book series, intertwined with the works of the other authors. This permanent collection is only the beginning of your adventure with us. Romance Grows in Arcadia Valley includes: Spring’s Blessing (Seasons of Faith) by Mary Jane Hathaway Life gets complicated for Charlotte MacGregor when a motherless child and a handsome widower encroach on her carefully laid plans. Will she keep her heart above the fray, or take a leap of faith? Loaves and Wishes (A Baxter Family Bakery Romance) by Elizabeth Maddrey Inheriting her friend’s Bed and Breakfast in Idaho is a second chance to succeed, but falling for the farmer next door wasn’t in the plan. Sheltered Hearts (Romance from the Heart) by Lee Tobin McClain A curvy jilted bride gets stranded in a snowstorm with a handsome restaurant cook who’s not what he seems to be. Sow in Love (A Garden Grown Romance) by Valerie Comer A real estate consultant’s ideas for fulfilling a living trust are shot down by the elderly greenhouse owner’s grandson, but some of the arrows piercing her heart come directly from Cupid’s bow. The Scent of Romance (Legacy of the Heart) by Danica Favorite A high-powered lawyer must convince a woman determined to protect her family’s legacy to sell the family farm to his father’s development company, but finds his heart leading him away from everything he’s spent his life trying to accomplish. A Romance Rekindled (A Homegrown Love Story) by Annalisa Daughety When former engaged couple, Kate and Drew, find themselves thrown together after more than a decade apart, neither of them are thrilled about it. Can they let go of the past and consider a future together? Get your copy of Romance Grows in Arcadia Valley today and join us at www.ArcadiaValleyRomance.com to keep up with all the latest.

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The Irish Cottage: Finding Elizabeth – Juliet Gauvin

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The Irish Cottage: Finding Elizabeth

Juliet Gauvin

Genre: Literary

Publish Date: October 17, 2015

Publisher: Juliet Gauvin

Seller: Juliet Gauvin


A story about losing your way and finding your life. Book 1 of 3. Elizabeth Lara built a perfect life as San Francisco’s top divorce attorney, but when she loses her great-aunt Mags, the woman who raised her, she boards a plane and leaves it all behind. The Irish shores welcome her as she learns a shocking truth, kept secret for thirty-five years. Devastated and now alone in the world, Beth tries to find peace in a beautiful cottage by Lough Rhiannon, but peace isn’t what fate had in mind. Almost as soon as she arrives, Beth’s solitary retreat into the magic wilds of Ireland is interrupted by Connor Bannon. A man with light brown hair, ice blue eyes and a secret of his own. He’s gorgeous, grieving, and completely unexpected. With the help of Mags’ letters, the colorful townspeople of Dingle, and Connor, Elizabeth might just find a way back to the girl she lost long ago and become the woman she always wanted to be. A Note From Jules: Be forewarned you might not want to start this book late at night—several readers have reported “gobbling it up” and going on to the next book immediately. This book is literary women’s fiction, it is not a traditional romance, per se. It’s a trilogy, not a standalone. All three books are vital to the story: The Irish Cottage, The London Flat, and The Paris Apartment. That being said, I’ve found that traditional romance readers are VERY happy at the end of London. So take a ride with me, first to Ireland and then the world. “If you enjoy Nora Roberts, you’ll like Juliet Gauvin. The Irish Cottage is a fresh take on women’s literary fiction, sometimes light and scrumptious and other times quite profound in its observations on life, love and loss.” “A book that conveys the true feelings of Ireland when you visit…it’s a bit of a romance, history, travel, and mystery neatly tied into a book well worth reading.” “It will give you the feels—only the good ones!” The Irish Cottage: Finding Elizabeth is an international women’s literary fiction romance novel with three books in the novel series. Other themes include: romance literary fiction, women’s sagas, love stories, and second chances at life. EDITORIAL REVIEWS “It was like a drug that I couldn’t get enough of. The Irish Cottage started it all and now that I have finished all three, I’m starting all over.” -Amazon Reviewer "I started this book and couldn't put it down. It brought me to Ireland and I never wanted to leave." -Amazon Reviewer "There is so much to love in this, the first in the [The Irish Heart] Series…I wanted to look out my cottage window and see a Lough of my own and the pub was just asking me to come visit…This story pulled me in from the very first page and I'd highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys contemporary romance, stories of starting over, or romances set in other countries." -Goodreads "Picked this up because it was set in Ireland, and it took me right back there. Wonderful writer, if you love Ireland and a good read I would recommend this book. I will most definitely be reading the rest of the series." -Amazon Reviewer “I laughed, I cried, I hoped & dreamed. The series was beautifully told through poignant letters. A keeper of the heart.” -Amazon Reviewer "Excellent book, one that was very hard to put down. Well-written, exciting, great author! I highly recommend this book to all…Get it then get comfortable because you will be in for a good long read, enjoy!" -Goodreads "Great book! Elizabeth embodies strength and determination as well as compassion and forgiveness. The Irish Cottage combines the fairytale of Ireland with the real life struggles we all face." -Amazon Reviewer "I bought the book yesterday and couldn't put it down. Very romantic, very sexy, with a heroine who can save her own bacon…and the wounded, hunky hero–be still my heart." -Goodreads INTERVIEW WITH THE AUTHOR Q: How did you come up with The Irish Cottage? Jules : Well the story came together in pieces. I love Ireland, I've always been attracted to the country, the people, the music, the dancing. I've spent time traveling the country so I knew I wanted to set the book there. And then the character of Elizabeth was based on a lot of the experiences I had when I was in law in San Francisco. When I was immersed in that world–it was a very dark time, and I really did lose my way–like Elizabeth. I even let long-time relationships die because I was in such a dark place, it was difficult to see anything past my own nose. So yeah, I knew I wanted my heroine to be a "recovering attorney" and I knew that I wanted her to have this great love affair in Ireland that would open her up to the truly great possibilities life has to offer. Q: And what about Connor Bannon? Is he based on anyone? Jules : Ummm…he might be an amalgamation of several people, but I think I'll refrain from commenting further–have to keep some of it to myself, don't I? Q: Why did you elect to write literary women's fiction as opposed to traditional contemporary romance? Jules : I knew I wanted to write in the literary women's fiction space because writing a story where the heroine's evolution is paramount–not just her relationship with Connor–is what really gets me, drives me–I love those types of stories. I like writing her story–women's lives and journeys are so complex–I wanted to write a series that included a great love story, but didn't sacrifice the heroine's journey in any way. It's about Elizabeth finding her way–we all need to find our way. Sometimes people help with that, but ultimately each of us has to find our own path…and we all need love too.   Q: Why London and then Paris? Jules : I lived in London for a time–I love it so much. It's one of the best cities on the planet, really. When I closed my eyes and thought about where Elizabeth's journey would take her I knew London would be next. And Paris–I lived in Lyon for a time as well and I've spent a lot of time in Paris so it seemed only natural for the final book to be set there. I also set certain things in motion in The Irish Cottage that make it impossible to end anywhere else–I knew I wanted to end it in France. Plus, Elizabeth has a major sweet tooth, like me, and Paris has the most amazing dessert masters in the world. I spent many hours pouring over the websites of my favorites and discovering some new ones. Those were the hardest and best research nights–I'm nocturnal, I write at night–and pouring over the websites of my favorite masters was heaven and hell. I wanted to get on a plane already. My sugar intake definitely went up while I was writing The Paris Apartment–and my waistline with it.  

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The Scribe: Irin Chronicles Book One – Elizabeth Hunter

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The Scribe: Irin Chronicles Book One

Irin Chronicles

Elizabeth Hunter

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: October 15, 2013

Publisher: Elizabeth Hunter

Seller: Smashwords


Hidden at the crossroads of the world, an ancient race battles to protect humanity, even as it dies from within. Ava Matheson is a photojournalist who's never found a home. She's traveled the world looking for answers, tormented by voices that threaten her sanity, but even in the ancient city of the Istanbul, answers remain elusive. A chance meeting in the Spice Market puts Malachi on her tail. He's reckless–resigned to his fate–but something about Ava catches his interest. While unseen forces circle them, Ava and Malachi search for answers. Whispering voices. Deadly touch. Their passion should be impossible… or it could be the only thing that will keep them alive. THE SCRIBE is the first book in the Irin Chronicles, the contemporary fantasy series by Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries. Irin Chronicles THE SCRIBE THE SINGER THE SECRET On a Clear Winter's Night (short story) THE STAFF & THE BLADE THE SILENT (Summer 2017)

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Meru – Jimmy Chin & Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

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Meru

Jimmy Chin & Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: August 14, 2015


Rising 21,000 feet above the sacred Ganges River, the Shark’s Fin on Mount Meru is the ultimate test in the high-stakes world of big-wall climbing. The "anti-Everest," Meru has long defeated the world’s best climbers, earning it the reputation as the most complicated and dangerous peak in the Himalayas. When alpinists Conrad Anker, Jimmy Chin and Renan Ozturk embark on an expedition to tackle the Shark’s Fin for the first time, they confront nature’s harshest elements and their own personal limitations in an attempt to achieve the impossible. A breathtaking real-life tale of survival, friendship and redemption featuring best-selling author Jon Krakauer (INTO THIN AIR) and a score by Oscar-nominated composer J. Ralph (CHASING ICE), MERU is “a meditation on life, death and everything in between.” (NEWSWEEK)

© © 2015 Southport Music Box Corporation d/b/a Music Box Films

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‘Dear Elizabeth’: Theater Review


A rotating cast of stars appears in Sarah Ruhl’s theatrical adaptation of the correspondence between famed poets Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell.

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Elizabeth Banks To Direct ‘Pitch Perfect 3’

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Photography

The Romance of Light

Craig Stottlemyer & Elizabeth Stottlemyer

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: June 10, 2013

Publisher: Craig Stottlemyer

Seller: Craig Stottlemyer


A book on photography with illustrations to educate on aperture and shutter speed, and how these interrelate. Also provides information on light and ISO.

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Always Been Mine (The Moreno Brothers) – Elizabeth Reyes

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Always Been Mine (The Moreno Brothers)

Elizabeth Reyes

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: November 12, 2011

Publisher: Elizabeth Reyes

Seller: Smashwords


After one heartache too many, Valerie Zuniga vows to never let Alex Moreno hurt her again. A year later, she is forced to reunite with him at a party where one unexpected sizzling kiss tells her she’s far from over him. No way will she allow herself to get sucked back into that torment. She’ll resist him even if that means using the one thing that’ll stop Alex dead in his tracks: another man. Alex is coming off one of the worst years of his life. He spent so much time wallowing in self-pity, he never realized how much he’d missed Valerie. That is, until that kiss. Now, he’s determined to get her back one way or another, and no other man will stand in his way. Especially after discovering that Valerie may be in danger, a danger he blames himself for. ADULT contemporary romance

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Always Been Mine (The Moreno Brothers) – Elizabeth Reyes

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Always Been Mine (The Moreno Brothers)

Elizabeth Reyes

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: November 12, 2011

Publisher: Elizabeth Reyes

Seller: Smashwords


After one heartache too many, Valerie Zuniga vows to never let Alex Moreno hurt her again. A year later, she is forced to reunite with him at a party where one unexpected sizzling kiss tells her she’s far from over him. No way will she allow herself to get sucked back into that torment. She’ll resist him even if that means using the one thing that’ll stop Alex dead in his tracks: another man. Alex is coming off one of the worst years of his life. He spent so much time wallowing in self-pity, he never realized how much he’d missed Valerie. That is, until that kiss. Now, he’s determined to get her back one way or another, and no other man will stand in his way. Especially after discovering that Valerie may be in danger, a danger he blames himself for. ADULT contemporary romance

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Elizabeth Olsen Honored at Deauville Film Festival


Receiving the Hollywood Rising Star Award, the actress admitted to a fear of speaking in public and cited Diane Keaton as her inspiration.

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How you can stay at Elizabeth Taylor’s luxurious Palm Springs home

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Pitch Perfect 2 – Elizabeth Banks

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Pitch Perfect 2

Elizabeth Banks

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 19.99

Release Date: May 15, 2015


The Barden Bellas are back in Pitch Perfect 2. The comedy is helmed by Elizabeth Banks and produced by Paul Brooks, Max Handelman and Banks. Writer Kay Cannon returns to the team to pen the next chapter.

© © 2014 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Elizabeth – Shekhar Kapur

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Elizabeth

Shekhar Kapur

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: November 6, 1998


Academy Award®-winners Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush and Richard Attenborough lead a distinguished cast in Elizabeth – the critically acclaimed epic of the Queen's turbulent and treacherous rise to power! Before the Golden Age, Elizabeth was a passionate and naive girl who came to reign over a land divided by bloody turmoil. Amidst palace intrigue and attempted assassinations, the young Queen is forced to become a cunning strategist while weighing the counsel of her mysterious advisors, thwarting her devious rivals, and denying her own desires for the good of her country. Relive the majesty and drama of one of history's greatest monarchs in this stunning production that was honored with 7 Academy Award® nominations including Best Picture!

© © 1998 Universal City Studios Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Here’s Why Robert Pattinson And Elizabeth Olsen Are About To Be Honored

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She will break the record set by her great-great grandmother Queen Victoria who ruled for 63 years and seven months.

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Hearts Under Siege – Kathryn Elizabeth Kelly

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Hearts Under Siege

Civil War Collection

Kathryn Elizabeth Kelly

Genre: Historical

Publish Date: October 31, 2014

Publisher: Kathryn Elizabeth Kelly

Seller: Smashwords


Alexandra Champagne finds herself swept up in the Civil War while searching for her twin brother. After her grandfather is captured, she must deliver a vital message to Confederate officers in Vicksburg. Forced to travel through war strewn land to deliver this message, she is protected by a man she believes to be a Yankee – her Yankee savior. During the siege of Vicksburg, Thomas Munroe finds his heart sieged by a fearless, lovely Southern belle, Alexandra Champagne. As he fights to keep her safe, her stalker turns his attention on Thomas. Can the two of them keep each other alive long enough to survive the war? Can Thomas convince her to surrender her heart to him?

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Flashback Friday: Stop and Stare at These Rare Photos of Fashion Icon Elizabeth Taylor

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Kelly Rowland, Mary Elizabeth Winstead Attend BCBG Max Azria, Herve Leger Resort Show


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Puccini: La Bohème – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Mirella Freni, Herbert von Karajan, Luciano Pavarotti, Elizabeth Harwood, Rolando Panerai, Gianni Maffeo & Nicolai Ghiaurov

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Puccini: La Bohème

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Mirella Freni, Herbert von Karajan, Luciano Pavarotti, Elizabeth Harwood, Rolando Panerai, Gianni Maffeo & Nicolai Ghiaurov

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 19.99

Release Date: December 31, 1972

© ℗ 1973 Decca Music Group Limited

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Ariel X, Elizabeth Anne

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Angry Nerd – Chris Nolan’s First Time at Comic-Con, the Interstellar Trailer & Elizabeth Olsen’s Mutant Flub

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More Than Exes – Elizabeth Briggs

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More Than Exes

Elizabeth Briggs

Genre: New Adult

Publish Date: October 28, 2014

Publisher: Elizabeth Briggs Books

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


He wants to win. She wants to win him back. Keyboardist Kyle Cross may look like a bad boy with his tattoos and piercings, but he’s really the good guy who’s always stuck fixing his band’s problems and never gets the girl. His band is competing in a college Battle of the Bands, but when their bassist doesn't show, Kyle must track her down with the help of the person he least expects: his ex-girlfriend Alexis Monroe. Kyle hasn’t seen Alexis since she dumped him in high school, and she’s dropped her preppy image for fiery red hair and a bold new attitude to match. With only hours before his band goes on stage, Kyle has to be a little bad if he wants to win both the Battle and the girl he's never gotten over. But when their old problems resurface, the good guy might just get his heart broken all over again. A stand-alone novella that launches the Chasing The Dream series! The Chasing The Dream series: #0.5 More Than Exes – Kyle & Alexis's story #1 More Than Music – Jared & Maddie's story #2 More Than Comics – Hector & Tara's story #3 More Than Fashion – Julie & Gavin's story #4 More Than Distance – Carla's story (coming soon!)

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A Winter Wrong – Elizabeth Ann West

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A Winter Wrong

A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation

Elizabeth Ann West

Genre: Historical

Publish Date: May 15, 2015

Publisher: Pemberley Possibilities

Seller: Elizabeth West


When Jane Bennet’s illness at Netherfield ends up not being just a trifling cold, but an epidemic that sweeps through Hertfordshire, the lives at Longbourn are turned upside down. Elizabeth Bennet finds herself lost without a cherished loved one and the interferences of one Fitzwilliam Darcy most aggravating. Combating the bombastic behavior of Mr. Collins, Elizabeth runs to London for the protection of her aunt and uncle. But acquaintances and introductions bring Mr. Darcy back into her life and Elizabeth discovers he might just mend her broken heart.  A sweetheart romantic novella, A Winter Wrong is the first in a series of seasonal episodes following the Bennet family after the loss of their patriarch. Winter explores the feelings of grief and loss we all have experienced, while still retaining a silver lining for that dark cloud.

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The Last Priestess – Elizabeth Baxter

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The Last Priestess

Elizabeth Baxter

Genre: Epic

Publish Date: November 27, 2014

Publisher: Elizabeth Baxter

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


There is a name that is uttered only in whispers. The Songmaker. A ruthless rebel mage, he is bringing civil war to the once-peaceful kingdom of Amaury, enveloping all in a tide of violence. For Maegwin, a tormented priestess, the path forward lies in forgiving her temple's enemies—but she dreams only of revenge. For Rovann, a loyal mage haunted by his failures, salvation might be found in the unthinkable: defying the very king he swore to protect. If they are to succeed they must form an unlikely alliance. For someone must stand against the Songmaker. Someone must save Amaury from his dark designs. But first, they’ll have to learn to trust each other. And so a magical fantasy of darkness and redemption begins.

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Photography – Craig Stottlemyer & Elizabeth Stottlemyer

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Photography

The Romance of Light

Craig Stottlemyer & Elizabeth Stottlemyer

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: June 10, 2013

Publisher: Craig Stottlemyer

Seller: Craig Stottlemyer


A book on photography with illustrations to educate on aperture and shutter speed, and how these interrelate. Also provides information on light and ISO.

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Take the Heat: A Criminal Romance Anthology – Skye Warren, Pam Godwin, Shoshanna Evers, Tamsin Flowers, Sheri Savill, Audrey Lusk, Elizabeth Coldwell, Cynthia Rayne, Trent Evans, Giselle Renarde & Candy Quinn

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Take the Heat: A Criminal Romance Anthology

Skye Warren, Pam Godwin, Shoshanna Evers, Tamsin Flowers, Sheri Savill, Audrey Lusk, Elizabeth Coldwell, Cynthia Rayne, Trent Evans, Giselle Renarde & Candy Quinn

Genre: Erotic Romance

Publish Date: September 9, 2014

Publisher: Skye Warren

Seller: Smashwords


The ultimate bad boys, criminals capture our attention and awaken our darkest desires. Celebrate the illicit in this romantic suspense anthology, where handcuffs are used for more than play. These stories are shocking, sexy, and thought-provoking. In New York Times Bestseller Skye Warren’s Magnolia Hotel, meet the heroine who pays her brother’s debt to a loan shark—who happens to be her childhood crush. Find out if the jury made the right decision in Acquitted by award-winning author Giselle Renarde. Explore a dark and sensual psychology with New York Times Bestseller Pam Godwin in Unlawful Seduction. New York Times Bestseller Skye Warren – Magnolia Hotel Cynthia Rayne – Captivated New York Times Bestseller Pam Godwin – Unlawful Seduction Sheri Savill – Slipknot New York Times Bestseller Shoshanna Evers – This Might Hurt A Bit Candy Quinn – The Bombshell Tamsin Flowers – Playing with Fire Elizabeth Coldwell – Disposing of Donnie Audrey Lusk – Surprise Witness Trent Evans – Last Day Giselle Renarde – Acquitted Ride the edge of desire and see if you can TAKE THE HEAT…

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Dearest Rogue (Unabridged) – Elizabeth Hoyt

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Dearest Rogue (Unabridged)

Elizabeth Hoyt

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 20.95

Publish Date: May 26, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Hachette Audio

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‘Finding Carter’ Poll: Can Elizabeth Ever Forgive David For Having An Affair With (OMG!) Lori?

Turns out, “Finding Carter”‘s David had an affair with kidnapper Lori — will his wife Elizabeth ever be able to forgive him?
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Elizabeth Warren Responds To Mark Ruffalo’s Passionate Plea For A 2016 Run

Mark Ruffalo made a personal plea to Elizabeth Warren to consider running for president in 2016 during the premiere episode of “The HuffPost Show” on Friday.

“I would like to ask you, on behalf of many, many, many … Americans, to reconsider running for president of the United States. There’s not many people, politically speaking, that are willing to take on the battles that you are specifically, whether it’s … student debt to the insidious and predatory practices of the banks,” the Oscar-nominated actor said in a taped message for the senator.

While Warren didn’t change her position on starting up a 2016 ticket, she did explain to hosts Roy Sekoff and Marc Lamont Hill how she plans to improve policies from her seat in the Senate, and it’s clear the A Fighting Chance author doesn’t want to hesitate for a second.

“We can’t wait. This is about building a future,” Warren said.

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Theater: Radio City Springs New Tradition; The Elizabeth Moss Chronicles

NEW YORK SPRING SPECTACULAR ** 1/2 out of ****
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RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL

Radio City Music Hall’s New York Spring Spectacular has one goal and one goal alone: to create a new tradition in the spring to match their unparalleled success with the Christmas Spectacular. You’ll get lots of Rockettes and lots of NYC vignettes, less Santa and a whole lot more Easter Bunny. After a dramatic last minute cancellation in 2014 and an entirely revamped creative team, they have finally presented this long-gestating project…and they’ve succeeded in spades. This will pack ’em in for years to come.

It’s a spectacle of a very particular sort and — especially if you bring along a kid — it pretty much gets the job done, as hokey as it is. I did bring a kid and she had a blast (“I’ve never seen ceilings so tall!” she exclaimed after entering the lobby of Radio City for the very first time.) As we walked out at the end, she was gobsmacked to hear they do another, different show in the fall. “Really?” she said, wide-eyed. We’ll be coming back, apparently.

It’s a simple story, just like whatever plot they use each year to hang the various set pieces on the Christmas Spectacular. This time, it’s about a billionaire (Tony winner Laura Benanti) who wants to fire the lovable old coot named Bernie (Lenny Wolpe) who does her NYC tours and replace him with a virtual Bernie! Virtual Bernies rarely ask for overtime, of course. Meanwhile, an angel named Jack (Derek Hough of Dancing With The Stars) wants to earn his wings. His task? Convince billionaire Jenny to take Bernie’s tour, discover the magic of the real New York and real people and save Bernie’s job. If you’re wondering what happens…well, actually, no one wonders what happens in a show like this.

The show starts with an orchestra popping up and diving right into the classic “Rhapsody In Blue;” subtlety is not on tap here. Before you know it, we’ve got our set-up, some high kicking from the Rockettes, a Taylor Swift song and we’re off to the races. The show swings through landmarks like the Metropolitan Museum Of Art, the New York Public Library, a fashion show, every sports arena you can think of, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and more, all delivered with a dusting of magic thanks to the angel Jack and about a gazillion taped celebrity cameos.

It’s neatly done with a high-powered creative team including Mia Michaels of my preferred dance show So You Think You Can Dance doing the opener, Diane Paulus & Randy Weiner working as a creative team of overseers, a mild book by Joshua Harmon of the wildly acclaimed play Bad Jews, original songs by Gary Barlow & Eliot Kennedy and all of it helmed by choreographer and director Warren Carlyle. What’s remarkable is that despite all these disparate talents and what must have been heavy corporate oversight on a hugely important financial gamble, the show actually has a pulse and a little personality. A few laughs, lots of virtual highlights of the city, a moment of adult romance for the folks and then it’s over.

While they have a similar spirit, the difference between this and the Christmas Spectacular are many. One, that show is essentially an old fashioned revue; all the modern add-ons in recent years like 3-D and video feel like awkward fits meant to keep the show “current.” In contrast, the Spring Spectacular has been conceived from the start with all sorts of multi-media elements and they work together naturally and effectively. Two, it’s called the Christmas Spectacular so despite a generally secular air, the finale does bring out the Living Nativity and suddenly you get a quick blast of “Jesus is born!” This is not the Easter Spectacular, so while the Easter Bunny pops in and out, there’s absolutely no Easter message at the end. Yes, the story revolves around God (voiced by Whoopi Goldberg) giving an angel a task, but Easter it ain’t. Finally, this show has stars.

It must have been a much-debated idea to bring in a Tony-winning talent like Laura Benanti and give her top billing. Believe me, whatever they’re paying her, it’s not enough. The script is a smidge better than average but Benanti elevates the material tremendously. She strikes just the right note: wryly self-aware, but never undercutting the essential sincerity of the story. She makes bad jokes sort of work and makes the few good jokes funnier. She sings beautifully. She even manages to make the “surprise” of dancing with the Rockettes towards the end seem like it’s actually happening for the first time. They should beg her to come back next year. Derek Hough is an amiable presence as well, dancing nicely of course and handling his modest dramatic demands capably. He’s no singer but gets by easily enough, though I think he has one too many solos for a guy who is essentially a hoofer. Their presence pays off and is crucial to turning what could be an anonymous revue into something not bad.

While there’s a nominal storyline, the Spring Spectacular is really a string of set pieces, just like the fall edition. Many work, but some don’t.

The Rockettes — Golden. To my limited experience, they are used a lot more here than in the Christmas Spectacular and effectively so. The lone exception, oddly, is the big finale, a long, drawn-out and poorly choreographed affair that is underwhelming. Until Benanti comes out and they do those kicks, it’s surprisingly dull and should be reworked significantly for next season.

3-D and those glowing wristbands — Kids actually hate 3-D; just look at the dramatically falling numbers for 3-D movie attendance. (Studios make more and more of them and people go to them a lot less, primarily because kids hate the glasses.) Luckily, it’s a brief segment but since 3-D is not what a stage show is all about, this is one multi-media element that is worth dropping. No one would miss it. At least it’s brief. On the other hand, I thought the wristbands they handed out that glowed and changed colors whenever “magic” happened were a lot of bother for nothing. Yet the audience seemed to be continually amused by them. Still, surely they can do something more with them other than one brief, raise-your-hand segment.

Movie clips — A compilation of movie clips celebrating New York City was a savvy breather, proving entertaining and giving the stage a chance to reset for a new number. Hey, Radio City has a history of exhibiting movies so it makes sense. But The Godfather? Really?

Met Museum — The first stop on the tour set the tone. After a few mild jokes you realize a slightly more sophisticated air would prevail rather than just dancing elves (or in this case, bunnies).

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler — They voiced the lions in front of the Public Library. It’s a good example of the show’s use of sophisticated technology in service of a simple effect — talking with the lions. The show is filled with celebrity cameos, most of them harmless but some of them effective, like this. Their jokes were pretty good and it revealed that this Spring Spectacular would focus heavily on using the entire space of Radio City Music Hall. At times, the roof was illuminated to look like the ceiling in Grand Central Station, the walls featured pictures of immigrants who came to America, t-shirts were shot out of cannons into the crowd, ushers tossed around free boxes of popcorn and in this segment the two lions quizzed audience members (including one effective plant) on New York trivia. The sense of a big party, that the show was spilling out into the audience was a smart move.

Don’t buy your umbrellas on the street — A solid “Singin’ In The Rain” segment featured Derek Hough. In the performance I saw, he was suddenly saddled with an umbrella that fell apart. Hough handled the snafu like a pro but it’s a good lesson for tourists: don’t buy umbrellas on the street; they last about five minutes. This was the peak chance for Jared Grimes to shine (he plays Benanti’s numbers guy) and he tapped well. Maybe I’m too sensitive — it does mimic the film, after all — but I’d tweak their interactions with the cop.

The romance — One didn’t really expect a moving storyline from this, so it’s hardly a disappointment. But the entire purpose of the tour we’re taking is to have the Laura Benanti character open up to the fun of a real tour guide and the pleasures of New York City, while falling in love with the angel Jack. Instead, time and again, something magical takes place involving Jack or the grandkids of Bernie the tour guide while Benanti and her right hand man Grimes would be off to the side, oblivious while chatting on their cell phones. Huh? It’s a missed opportunity not to see her won over as each stop reveals something more magical than the one before. The sense of her opening up is utterly lost simply from the staging. She should be a part of the fun right away, first reluctantly and then more and more willingly.

The original songs — Forgettable. They should lean even more on instantly recognizable classics and current tunes like Taylor Swift’s “Welcome To New York,” not originals. Since she’s practically a cheerleader, the Swift tune works particularly well here as backdrop for the Rockettes.

More dogs! — It’s astonishing how thrilled audiences are to see live dogs on stage in a theatrical setting. Any show — play, drama, musical, “happening” — if you bring on a dog, audiences will melt. This show has an almost constant parade of doggies, putting the corgis in The Audience to shame.

The sports cavalcade — One section has Bernie the tour guide trying to accomplish a feat of sportsmanship like scoring a goal in hockey or hitting a home run. Unlike say the museum section, which went to just the Met, here they decide to go to every single sporting event in the city, complete with a banal celebrity cameo. It’s like a parent who tries to overstuff your trip by going to seventeen stops in a day when five stops enjoyed at leisure would be far more memorable. This is a dutiful “checking off” segment and it falls flat. Choose one sporting venue — Yankee Stadium of course — and make it fun. Sure, they wanted to give sports fans (ie. little boys, or so they imagine) their due. But it’s a real bore. Yet it’s not as bad as….

The fashion show — This is the show’s number one clunker, an almost absurdly dull and out of place attempt to give fashion a moment to shine. We see faux fashion shows complete with models and photographers while videos of top fashion designers like Isaac Mizrahi describe what inspires them. They let the educational aspect of the show overwhelm them here. If they must, they can keep the futuristic fashion display complete with Rockettes in LED costumes. But they must drop the rest of the segment as a very bad idea, very poorly done. Because this is so female-oriented, they follow this with the laborious sports segment I mentioned above. (It’s not exactly a thrill to see video of a sports star chanting “Go Bernie!”) This back-to-back misfire is by far the show’s weakest area. It’s also easily fixed; shorten or remove both immediately. Take the kids on a bathroom break right here.

All in all, despite some dull passages, it was a trim and mildly amusing event. Not theater as such, but a decent spectacle. Mind you, there’s an hilarious disconnect between a show extolling the virtues of a live tour guide and seeing the sights of New York…all while giving you a virtual tour of New York. But pointing that out seems pointless in this silly context.

Benanti bears pointing out, though. She’s worth her weight in gold and you should knock off half a star or more when imagining the show without her. Hough was also good, though here’s one more tweak for them: under no circumstance should he be taking the final bow. It makes no sense in terms of star power in New York City and hey, their characters just fell in love! It seems awfully ungallant. She should go last or at most they should bow together. But the show itself can take a bow or at least heave a sigh of relief. After a very stormy process, they’ve got themselves a crowd-pleasing hit.

THE HEIDI CHRONICLES * out of ****
MUSIC BOX THEATRE

Oh dear. I was warily looking forward to seeing this revival of The Heidi Chronicles, though I feared the beloved Wendy Wasserstein’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play had been wildly overpraised in 1988 and would not date well. To be fair, this is a weak production. But I doubt even an ideal one would do more than bring back misty memories of when a female playwright seemed bold just for being present and commanding attention. Luckily, we have a lot more substantial female playwrights around, thanks in part to Wasserstein (though not nearly enough). So we can treat this simply as a play and not the pathbreaker it was.

The story depicts the chronicles of Heidi, though when a secondary character makes that reference it seems odd and out of place. She’s far from the most storied member of her circle and often seems like a bystander in life, at least as seen here. Nonetheless, we meet the esteemed art historian Heidi Holland giving a lecture on important but overlooked female painters throughout history in 1989.

Then we flash back to Heidi meeting the two major men in her life: best pal and future out gay man Peter Patrone (Bryce Pinkham, very appealing) and brash, masculine, confident and smart Scoop Rosenbaum (a fine Jason Biggs). Scoop is untrustworthy in love and Heidi proves the touchstone of his life as Scoop marries and cheats and makes loads of money. What might his life had been if he’d proven worthy of her? She would have married him, Scoop declares. Yes, but I wouldn’t have stayed married to you, Heidi replies in one of the better retorts in this retort-heavy affair.

We dance through decades, charting the progress of women and gays, successful careers, the launch of Scoop’s magazine for Baby Boomers, a pal’s TV producing career, the spectre of AIDS and so on. It’s a quick, superficial trip so you better not blink.

This production has many faults such as an ugly set design that combines sort-of period furniture with slapped-on visuals from each era, as well as atrocious costumes that look like the sort of thing you’d don for a very broad SNL sketch. Indeed, the entire evening feels like a series of strung-together SNL sketches, from the feminist consciousness raising segment to a local TV segment where the otherwise thoughtful Peter is suddenly cutting off Heidi in mid-sentence to score his moment in the sun. (We expect that from Scoop, not Peter.) And again Heidi remains passive, though when she later describes not scoring better on this eight minute segment on a local TV show as one of the major regrets in her life, I can only hope she’s joking.

But the major flaw is the play itself, which begins superficially and gets worse. Take Heidi’s friendship with Peter. He is the best and most enduring relationship she has. And yet, they barely seem on the periphery of each other’s lives. We see them meeting, we see him coming out, we see them re-connecting, we see them at weddings and so on. But they always seem to be catching up. Towards the end, Heidi hasn’t been able to reach him for a while and interrupts Peter to say she’s taken a teaching job far away and leaving the city, a massive change in her life that Peter knows nothing about even though they live in the same city. He breaks down because it’s the late 1980s and friends are the only family a gay man has. Why is he sad and angry? Because all his friends are dying; all he does is go to funeral after funeral and memorial service after memorial service. Doesn’t she understand?

But what the hell? This is news to her? Isn’t she attending at least some of these funerals? Her best friend is gay, works in medicine, indeed shields HIV positive children from bigots, he’s losing friends and lovers left and right and Heidi has to be told what’s going on? That would make sense if they hadn’t spoken in years. But as far as I can tell, they’re best friends.

Her female friends seem even more distant. The consciousness raising segment doesn’t feel like a scene where Heidi makes friends for life. It’s just a series of jokes. When Scoop’s wife and a friend of Heidi’s seem to know each other, I’m confused. How did their paths cross? When all these women seem to know Scoop is cheating yet again, I’m even more confused. They barely seem to know each other; when do they trade gossip?

Heidi’s best female friend (or at least longest, since by and large Heidi seems alone) swoops in from LA and pitches Heidi on coming up with ideas for a sitcom set in the art world. Has she met Heidi? Heidi is the least pop savvy, least sitcom-friendly person around. She is (presumably) immersed in the art of past centuries. What could conceivably make Heidi seem like a good idea for a consultant on a sitcom? And are they really friends? They keep saying so but it’s hard to believe.

Indeed, the entire show feels disconnected. Elizabeth Moss is a marvelous actor on film. I’m not sure her style will transmit to the stage but she certainly doesn’t have her legs yet. Wonderfully subtle and compelling on Mad Men, here she seems to have wandered into most scenes and barely draws your eye. Moss and everyone else seem to be speaking in italics, which is my phrase for when scripted dialogue sounds exactly like scripted dialogue. You almost start to look for the cue cards. Pinkham does this from the start and almost to a fault. At first I thought it was an adolescent tick for his character; but he continues throughout the show. And yet his performance is the most effective one here, somehow. Biggs is fine but all the rest feel like stock characters given stock characterizations. I was just thinking how I hate plays and movies that echo a line of dialogue from early in the work to remind us of the connection that these characters have…and then this show does it. Twice. Both men and Heidi recite so much dialogue from the first time they met some 20 years earlier I wondered why they didn’t just do a flashback.

Heidi is a very passive character and frankly uninteresting character. The only time she really shows any personality is when she’s alone on stage, delivering a speech or lecture. But even here Wasserstein undercuts her heroine. It would be nice to know Heidi is a pro at her career if a bit lost in her private life (a cliche, but still). Instead, even her lectures are undercut by some goofy attempts at humor when surely Heidi should be razor sharp. And her big monologue is a speech about the future of women where she breaks down weeping. That’s the peak for our strong, independent female who is forging her own path in life? When Heidi adopts a baby towards the end, it feels like an accessory, no more meaningful a step for her than the acclaimed scholarly work she published feels like a real career peak.

This is thin stuff un-enlivened by the star power on display. Perhaps a powerhouse actress with stage chops could bring something more to the character of Heidi, make her not seem a bystander in her own play. But that wouldn’t change the fact that The Heidi Chronicles is a dated time capsule — one of those time capsules lodged in cornerstones in small towns all over the country. It contains the usual items — events of the day, “timely” issues, pop songs, hair styles, political and social references and so on. It’s not particularly unique or revealing and when you get right down to it, not very interesting.

THE TALLEST TREE IN THE FOREST ** out of ****
BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC

Actor and activist Paul Robeson is a fascinating, even tragic character. Once the most influential and well known black man in America, he fell under the wheel of the McCarthy Era and died a shadow of his former self in the 1970s. We’re still waiting for a great movie or miniseries or stage play that tackles this titanic figure. This one-man show written and performed by Daniel Beaty is a potent reminder of Robeson’s remarkable trajectory. But Beaty simply isn’t up to the demands of creating multiple characters on stage and delineating them one from the other on a dime. It’s cleanly directed by Moisés Kaufman with all the tech elements nicely judged. I’d happily hear Beaty give a lecture on Robeson. Unfortunately, a stage play that feels more like a lecture is not so satisfying.

The Tallest Tree In The Forest begins with Robeson being commanded to appear before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) in the 1950s. Then it jumps back to his childhood and the tragic loss of his brother out of Robeson’s life, his academic achievements and how he almost stumbled into performance. Actually, even here the play drops the ball: Robeson is an excellent student and then out of nowhere we’re told he gives concerts to raise money to pay his tuition. Really? When did he discover his voice? How did it flourish? Were these concerts the first time he performed in public beyond say the church choir? The arts would prove his calling but we miss how it all began.

The show moves on, with Robeson becoming a lawyer but quitting out of disgust for the virulent prejudice he faced. He’s cast in the London production of Show Boat, becomes a star and yet still finds prejudice wherever he turns. A chance encounter with a coal miners’ march lights an activist fire, illuminating here what Beaty failed to do with Robeson’s musical passion. Soon he is constantly balancing his performances with calls for social justice. Robeson is treated with honor and respect in the Soviet Union, a country where officially all races are treated equally in its governing document. That sparked a passionate appreciation for communism, one that would ultimately doom our hero in the eyes of the public.

His life is so complex and rich, a show about it can’t help but be interesting. Still the play Beaty has written is of the very blunt variety. Robeson’s father might walk up and say, “Son, I’m so proud of you. You’re the third black man to attend this university.” Or Robeson might say to a woman he’s just met, “I’ve heard of you. You’re the first black woman to achieve such a high position at this institution….” I’m paraphrasing but you get the idea; information is ladled out in chunks.

Worse, Beaty is not a master of multiple characters. His attempts at a Welsh coal miner and a Jewish dissident are unfortunate in the extreme, but many people come and go via awkward, unconvincing attempts at characterization.

Even Robeson himself has an accent that wanders here and there. Yes, sometimes Robeson is speaking one way in public and another in private, but by and large it’s a failing on the actor’s part. I was often unsure who was talking; in a one-man show, that’s death. Keeping each character specific and clear so we always know who is speaking is essential. Beaty is successful at creating two vivid characters, both women. Robeson’s wife Essie was always a distinct person and I knew immediately whenever she was speaking. Similarly, a brief monologue from a professor on why Robeson and indeed anyone who speaks up about class and labor is erased from US history also came alive for me.

Those are the exceptions, unfortunately. Along with the play’s didactic nature, it also fails to give Robeson his complicated due. Like many on the left that embraced the Soviet Union, he found it hard if not impossible to accept the brutal reality of that totalitarian state. Fair enough, but here Robeson is almost noble in refusing to listen to the pleas of Jewish friends and denounce their treatment and indeed execution in the USSR. And why? Because he’s worried about enabling a third world war and nuclear annihilation. It’s a little more complicated than that in the show, but not much. Robeson led a remarkable life and it’s easy to see why Beaty or anyone would burn to tell this story. But doing it well is another matter entirely.

THEATER OF 2015

Honeymoon In Vegas **
The Woodsman ***
Constellations ** 1/2
Taylor Mac’s A 24 Decade History Of Popular Music 1930s-1950s ** 1/2
Let The Right One In **
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A Month In The Country ** 1/2
Parade in Concert at Lincoln Center ** 1/2
Hamilton at the Public ***
The World Of Extreme Happiness ** 1/2
Broadway By The Year 1915-1940 **
Verite * 1/2
Fabulous! *
The Mystery Of Love & Sex **
An Octoroon at Polonsky Shakespeare Center *** 1/2
Fish In The Dark *
The Audience ***
Josephine And I ***
Posterity * 1/2
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame **
Lonesome Traveler **
On The Twentieth Century ***
New York Spring Spectacular ** 1/2
The Heidi Chronicles
The Tallest Tree In The Forest * 1/2

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Elizabeth Taylor Would Be ‘Horrified’ To Learn Of Current HIV Rates In Young Gay Men, Granddaughter Claims

Elizabeth Taylor would be “horrified” to learn about current HIV/AIDS rates in young gay men, the actress’s granddaughter revealed in a new interview.

Naomi deLuce Wilding, 40, tells The Telegraph that “a real complacency” regarding HIV/AIDS in the gay community had already set in before her legendary grandmother’s death at the age of 79 in 2011.

“Even before she died, when my grandmother was pretty ill, she was horrified to see that,” Wilding said. “Sadly I don’t think she had the strength to say what she really felt at that point.”

Describing Taylor as a “very intuitive woman,” Wilding said, “When she saw that people — friends of hers and fellow actors — were being stigmatized [for being HIV-positive], she recognized an opportunity to use her voice and fame to speak up for those who were being discriminated against.”

That mindset, Wilding implied, prompted Taylor to establish the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (or ETAF) in 1991, following the 1985 death of her good friend, Rock Hudson, due to complications from HIV/AIDS.

During her lifetime, Taylor was reportedly critical of former U.S. President Ronald Reagan’s response to the HIV/AIDS crisis, and lobbied celebrity fans like Michael Jackson and Elton John for support in her cause.

“It is bad enough that people are dying of AIDS, but no one should die of ignorance,” Taylor, who became known internationally as a prominent figure in the fight against HIV/AIDS, is quoted as saying.

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Elizabeth Taylor — A New Book Will Reveal the Heart (and the Beauty, of Course!)

“Legends die hard. They survive as truth rarely does,” said the legendary actress Helen Hayes.

•BACK IN the spring of 1976, Elizabeth Taylor, recently and finally separated from Richard Burton (after a disastrous attempt at a second marriage), arrived in Washington D.C. to attend the ballet. She was with her great friend Liza Minnelli and her soon-to-be great friend Halston. Taylor wore a red Halston creation, her famous emeralds and a deep tan. The elite of the nation’s capital went mad.

La Liz danced the night away after the ballet was over. At one point, doing The Hustle with a dazzled politico, one of the star’s earrings flew off. Bedlam reigned until Ardeshir Zahedi, the Ambassador to Iran, found the bauble and re-attached it to ET’s ear.

And, so began Elizabeth’s hot little affair with Ambassador Zahedi, which would lead her eventually to travel, controversially to Iran. (That country was still ruled by the Shah. He and his regime would be overturned in 1979.)

•Taylor and Ardeshir were too hot to handle — the Shah did not approve, nor did American policy makers — and the romance cooled just in time for Elizabeth to run into her next husband, John Warner. He was a wealthy former Sec’y of the Navy, who would soon be bucking for a Senate seat. (He popped this on ET after they wed. She was surprised, but gamely campaigned for Warner, effectively winning the race for him.)

But the one invaluable aspect Taylor took from her Iranian dalliance was meeting the ambassador’s cousin, a young Firooz Zahedi. He became a dear friend, to the end of Elizabeth’s life, and one of her official photographers; he is now wed to NYC real estate maven Beth deWoody.

Firooz is responsible for many of Elizabeth’s most iconic images in the latter part of her career. (It was Firooz who shot AIDS-activist ET for the famous 1992 Vanity Fair cover. She is holding a condom!) In fact, Firooz was photographing Elizabeth’s home in Bel Air for Architectural Digest on the very day she died. (Despite the gravity of her illnesses, everybody expected Elizabeth to recover and make yet another triumphant hospital exit.)

•NOW, Firooz Zahedi is preparing a luscious book of photos and essays on his friend, via Glitterati Inc.. It will be published in February of next year, to coincide with what would have been her 84th birthday. Firooz says, “This may not be the ‘ultimate’ book that Elizabeth deserves, but it’ll shed some light on another side of her, the side you want to get people to know about.” (To a person, everybody who knew Taylor really well cite her generosity, compassion and her bawdy good humor.) The book will include about two-hundred photos, many previously unpublished.

Firooz will donate his share of the book’s proceeds to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

•MONEY IS coming in for director Linda Yellen’s “Kickstarter” effort to complete her movie, The Last Film Festival. This contains the final screen performance of the late great Dennis Hopper. Come on, film fans! This is movie history and you can be a part of it! Be a backer, not just a bystander. Join Jackie Bisset…Robert Redford’s Sundance…Holland Taylor, etc, in this effort.

• WHERE is he now that Democrats and liberals need him so much? I’m talking of the astute retired Barney Frank of Massachusetts!

He is still seen occasionally on MSNBC but that’s really not nearly enough for a man I love who always described himself like this…”How did a disheveled, intellectually combative gay Jew with a thick accent become one of the most effective and funniest politicians of our time?”

We’re talking Barney Frank, who got himself famous as a Democratic political leader against all odds. He struggled for years, rose in Congress, battled for AIDS funding, created the most far-reaching Wall Street reform bill since the Great Depression, helped repeal “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell,” and retired a short while ago from the Washington fray, much to the dismay of Democrats!

The liberal leader lives in Maine and Massachusetts and is happy at last, retired, with his husband Jim Ready. He had words, when in office, with everyone from Tip O’Neill to Sonny Bono. He knows and knew just about everybody and thing, big or little, going on.

• NOW he has written a book, titled Frank: A Life In Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Marriage. It covers his Democratic triumphs over all the realities and relates in delightful candor why a man who was told he “couldn’t win,” ended up a national hero who always won! And he is still making points even when out of office.

Farrar Strauss & Giroux is to be congratulated for bringing back Barney Frank! I wish they could talk him into coming back to Washington.

This hero of mine will sell a lot of candid copies of Frank, even if there is no other living politician today able to compare with Barney’s tireless dedication and sprightly unusual life story!

•AS I write this I am intending to go to the private 60th birthday party for my pal Bruce Willis, hosted by his darling wife, Emma. (This happened Saturday night at Harlow restaurant.)

I will wear my headband saying “Big 60!” in Bruce’s honor. I’m sure a few silly people will think I am lying about my age!

But, 60 is very young to me. I will tell the birthday boy that he celebrates on the day Jefferson made the Louisiana Purchase…Dom Perignon was first bottled…the Boy Scouts of America were formed…Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a Supreme Court Justice…Alfred Hitchcock directed Psycho…the Pap Smear was invented…General Sherman said “War is Hell!”…Groucho Marx and W.C. Fields were at the top of their game.

Bruce has joined the immortals! I just adore this movie star. Happy Birthday, Bruce!

•SOMEBODY wrote in to insist we’d given the wrong date for Polly Bergen’s memorial in NYC. We did not. We were correct. However, here’s the info again: Thursday, March 26 at the American Airlines Theater, 3:00 pm. Cookies will follow. It is open to the public.
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Elizabeth Olsen – Cover-Up in Malibu

Elizabeth Olsen, the younger sister of the Olsen Twins, was hangin’ on the beach in Malibu … lookin’ hot and leaving a lot to the imagination. The “Godzilla” star broke off her engagement to super-hot model Boyd Holbrook in January. It’s clearly a case…

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Beauty Chat With Elizabeth Lamont: On the Faces of La Prairie

I recently sat down with Elizabeth Lamont, the Vice President of Marketing at La Prairie, to discuss everything from her skincare routine, to her job and a must-have list. Go inside our conversation.

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What products were you most excited to try upon starting your role at LP?

Actually the very first La Prairie product I tried was before starting at the company. It was the Essence of Skin Caviar Eye Complex. I didn’t realize it was one of the older products in the collection because it struck me as so modern – the packing, the texture, the cool easy applying gel, the fact that it doubled as an eyeshadow primer when used on the lid – you could do so much with it.

That’s actually one of my favorite products too, because of the price and because it makes me feel like a mermaid! What’s one thing in your beauty routine you know you should do but you sometimes skip?
My Clarisonic. I stand there looking at the Clarisonic, and I swear it’s looking back at me, daring me to use it. Yet I still don’t pick it up. I’m kind of a lazy gal when it comes to washing my face. I don’t wear a lot of makeup but sometimes my makeup removal routine consists of a cotton pad doused in toner and that’s it. I probably shouldn’t say that.

Agreed. I’ve resorted to makeup towelettes on my nightstand. Okay, so, what are some products in your makeup bag right now that are almost gone?
Our Cellular Radiance Cream Blush. I have it in all four shades. And just so you know this is true, let me pull it out of my bag right now. This is Plum Glow, but all of them look like this and some of them are even more used up.

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I love this packaging! How do you recycle, or reuse your containers?

Actually it’s the blush container that I reuse, because it’s got the great little silver zip-case and I have a couple empty ones because I go through them. One of them has the teeny tiny gold safety pins that you get when you buy new clothes; you know the way the tags are attached. Another one of them has foreign coins in it, and then I also use the white case that our Cellular Power Infusion comes in – I use that case to protect special jewelry when I travel.

I’m pretty sure Paris Hilton uses the products, too! You know, I’ve always wondered why the brand doesn’t have an IT girl or a celebrity repping the brand, or some type of commercial ad with a face plastered to it?

We would never ascribe an ideal expectation to the people who use La Prairie. It’s for them to put their best face forward. So… everyone who uses La Prairie is the face of La Prairie.

Are there any simple luxuries you can’t live without?
A weekly manicure at the local Bloomie Nails around the corner is really a weekly luxury. Finding an hour to do yoga is a luxury, I can’t even tell you. Flannel sheets, love a flannel sheet. When is the last time you slept in flannel sheets? It’s winter time, go buy some.

*This interview has been condensed.
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