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Shane – SJ McCoy

ShaneSJ McCoy Genre: Western Publish Date: November 16, 2015 Publisher: Xenion, Inc Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC Shane Remington has it all. He has a great family. He’s built his guest ranch into a great business. He’s a good-looking guy and he knows it. Everyone loves him. He may not have a woman, but that’s okay, he can have any woman he wants—and usually does. There is one woman who seems impervious to his charms though, and for some reason it bothers him. Cassidy Lane has it all, too. She’s a talented artist, who has made it commercially. She’s successful in her work and in her life. Whatever she wants, she makes it happen. She came to Montana for a new adventure and it’s working out perfectly. The one thing she doesn’t want—or need—is a man. Shane Remington may be annoyingly attractive, but Cassidy knows he can’t handle her. Guys like him want a small, sweet woman to feed their ego—not a strong smart woman like her to challenge it. There’s no denying the attraction between them, but will it be enough to bring together a woman who doesn’t want anyone and a guy who wants everyone? This book is intended for adult readers aged 18+ *************************************** Each Remington Ranch Romance can be read as a standalone. No cliffhangers here! Each book contains one couple’s story. Book 1:  Mason Book 2:  Shane Book 3:  Carter Book 4:  Beau Book 5: Four Weddings and a Vendetta […]

Street Style With the Quann Twins

Times journalists around the world bring you a new 360 video every day.Recent Episodes in The Daily 360 The Daily 360 1:21 Street Style With the Quann Twins The Daily 360 1:27 The Bees That Give You Almonds The Daily 360 1:47 Bodies Bending Sound in the Guggenheim The Daily 360 1:35 A Canine’s View of the Westminster Dog Show The Daily 360 1:35 At Kochi Biennale, Art Imitating Death: An Artist at Work The Daily 360 0:55 52 Places to Go: Zermatt The Daily 360 1:11 Jimmy Carter: From Peanuts to Solar Panels The Daily 360 1:37 One Performer and 4,000 Boxes The Daily 360 1:02 Take a Spin Through the Disco Era Show more videos from The Daily 360 […]

Ruthless – Mallory Crowe

Ruthless Mallory Crowe Genre: Suspense Publish Date: March 31, 2016 Publisher: Mallory Crowe Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC He knows her secret. But he'll never tell… It would cost him a fortune.  Strong, independent Jean Hill is stuck in a dead end job with no hope for getting out of her small town.  But when a sexy and mysterious stranger offers her an opportunity for wealth, prestige, and power, Jean can't refuse the offer. But there's more to Colin Carter than Jean realizes.  With ulterior motives and a plot for revenge, Colin might not be the prince charming she thinks he is. And she's about to realize that sometimes the bad guy wins.   About The Author: Mallory Crowe is the award winning author of the Fractured Farrells series, the Bad Boys of the Underworld series and many other novels. She grew up surrounded by rescue dogs and escaping into romance books whenever possible. After trying to do the "adult" thing by getting an accounting degree and CPA license, she decided to try her hand at writing and never looked back. An avid traveler, reader, and Netflix addict, Mallory currently lives in Michigan, with her husband and three laidback dogs. She loves spending her nights with alpha males, bad boys and billionaires. In books of course… www.MalloryCrowe.com www.MalloryCroweParanormal.com https://www.facebook.com/AuthorMalloryCrowe/ @CroweInk […]

Watch the First Look at the Arrow-Flash Crossover

The Legends of Tomorrow are here… today! The CW has released a first look video of the Arrow–The Flash crossover, which will introduce many of the characters we’ll come to know, love and loathe over on the midseason crossover DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Among those making brief appearances in the promo are immortal villain Vandal Savage (Casper Crump) and Hawkman, a.k.a Carter Hall (Falk Hentschel), who looks a little tied up by our own heroes. According to the loglines, in “Legends of Today,” the first hour of the two-night event, Vandal arrives in Central City to attack Kendra (Ciara Renée), so Cisco (Carlos Valdes) enlists Barry (Grant Gustin) to protect her by taking her to Star City. But Carter has other plans for his long-lost love. Hour two, “Legends of Yesterday,” finds Barry and Oliver (Stephen Amell) hiding Kendra and Carter Hall from Vandal while they search for a way to defeat him. Malcolm (John Barrowman) then arranges a meeting between Vandal, the Green Arrow and The Flash that will definitely not go as planned. Legends also stars Brandon Routh (Ray Palmer/The Atom), Caity Lotz (Sara Lance/White Canary), Wentworth Miller (Leonard Snart/Captain Cold), Dominic Purcell (Mick Rory, Heat Wave), Victor Garber (Martin Stein/Firestorm), and Franz Drameh (Jay Jackson/Firestorm), whose disparate heroes and villains are brought together by Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) to defeat Savage. The Flash–Arrow event kicks off Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 8 p.m. ET, and continues Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW. This article originally appeared on EW.com. […]

Female New Zealand Lawmakers Ejected After Disclosing Sexual Assaults

Several female lawmakers were ordered to leave New Zealand’s parliament on Wednesday after revealing that they were victims of sexual assault. The women were responding to New Zealand Prime Minister John Key’s comments on Tuesday about a fight over detained New Zealanders, the Guardian reports. Key had told opposition members that they were “backing the rapists” after a fight over the detention of certain New Zealanders by the government of Australia. On Wednesday, Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei told the Speaker, David Carter, that she was deeply offended by Key’s remarks. “As the victim of a sexual assault, I take personal offense at the prime minister’s comments, and ask that you require him to withdraw and apologise,” Turei said, according to the paper. A number of other MPs joined the call for an apology, referencing their personal experiences of assault. Carter said he found Prime Minister’s comments unparliamentary, NBC reports, but said it was too late after the remarks to demand an apology. After repeated warnings, Carter ejected several lawmakers for being out of order, according to the Guardian. A number of MPs also walked out in solidarity. “It’s deeply disappointing that the speaker and the Prime Minister do not take the concerns of sexual survivors seriously,” one lawmaker, Judie Logie, told the New Zealand Herald. “It’s completely unacceptable to trivialize the concern and experiences of so many New Zealanders in the way that has happened today.” […]

Obama and Xi Must Do More Than Agree to Disagree

I have been fascinated with China since my first visit to Qingdao in 1949, just a short time before the Peoples’ Republic was founded on October 1, my 25th birthday. I was governor of Georgia when President Nixon made his historic visit to China in 1972, and was disappointed when no additional moves were made to establish diplomatic relations between our two countries. I set this as a high priority when I became president, and initiated high-level negotiations with Chinese leaders. These efforts became successful when Vice Premier Deng Xiaoping and I announced on December 15, 1978 that full mutual recognition would take place at the beginning of the next year. He announced three days later that dramatic reforms would take place in his country, and that it would be “opened up.” Few people anticipated how these two decisions would so drastically affect the global community. Since leaving office, I have made regular visits to China, and have been welcomed by its top political leaders, those in the private sector, and by private citizens in many communities. The Carter Center has been asked by the government to perform important duties, including the implementation and assessment of fully democratic elections in China’s 600,000 villages, which has included almost two-thirds of the population. We now concentrate on working to reduce misperceptions held by one nation about the other by convening annual forums on improving relations and finding ways for the U.S. and China to wage peace and sustain development in other countries, especially in Africa. During my four visits with President Xi Jinping in recent years, he has stressed, like Deng Xiaoping before him, the need for our political leaders to respect each other and to cooperate when possible, in spite of the dramatic differences in our history, culture, and political systems. It has always been clear that in both countries there are potential political leaders who, for their own benefit, have blamed the other country for domestic problems and tried to exacerbate the inherent differences that always exist. Like the United States, China is facing many serious domestic challenges. China is struggling to improve the quality of life for the citizens who live further from its East coast, and to shift from a relatively burgeoning economy based on exports to one that is accommodating increasing dependence on domestic consumers. Unlike in the past, its political and economic impact is felt in almost every corner of the globe. China has remained at peace with its neighbors and others for the past 35 years, but its expansion of influence has brought it into contention, especially relative to its southern and eastern seas. Although many of my successors as president have made negative comments about relations with China during their campaigns, almost all of these have been moderated when they were elected to our nation’s top office. I am sure the same situation has existed in China. The first official state visit for President Xi Jinping to the United States will offer him and President Obama a chance to explore how our two great nations can deal with each other peacefully, as equals, and with mutual respect. The Chinese must understand that America would like to see a peaceful, prosperous, and free China and that we do not wish to undermine the rise of China. Similarly, Americans need to understand that China differs from the Soviet Union that we faced in the Cold War. China needs to be encouraged to participate in and defend the international order governed by international laws and norms. While the current challenges that threaten to derail the U.S.-China relationship are great, I am sure that Deng Xiaoping would agree with me that none of these challenges are more daunting than the ones we worked together to conquer. Finding ways toward peace and sustained development at home and abroad are at the core of the missions of both President Obama and President Xi. With many conflicts raging and the global economy still fragile, now is the time for each nation to defend a global order conducive to peace and development. The two presidents must use their meeting later this month to do more than simply agree to disagree on many issues. They can forge a consensus on how to build trust through U.S.-China collaboration that acts to solve our common global challenges. Our joint commitment to take the lead on pressing environmental challenges would set an example that few other nations could not follow. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (1977-81) is founder of the nonprofit Carter Center, which works to advance peace and health worldwide. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website. […]

When it’s cold, insulating your body is the place to start

Steven M. Johnson has some good ideas, but there have been others worth noting in TreeHugger. […]