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Ache
Author: Eliza Henry-Jones
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 1460704770
Pages: 272
Year: 2017-06-01
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The much anticipated new novel - about how a family, and a rural community, recover from a terrible bushfire - from a stunning young Australian writer, Eliza Henry Jones. A year ago, a devastating bushfire ripped Annie's world apart - killing her grandmother, traumatising her young daughter and leaving her mother's home in the mountains half destroyed. Annie fled back to the city, but the mountain continues to haunt her. Now, drawn by a call for help from her uncle, she's going back to the place she loves most in the world, to try to heal herself, her marriage, her daughter and her mother. A heart-wrenching, tender and lovely novel about loss, grief and regeneration, Ache is not only a story of how we can be broken, but how we can put ourselves back together. Eliza Henry Jones' remarkable debut novel, In the Quiet, was shortlisted for the 2015 Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction, shortlisted for the NSW Premier's Award and longlisted for the ABIA and Indie Awards. PRAISE FOR ACHE 'Eliza Henry Jones' second novel demands that you slow down, take a breath and settle in ... This beautifully written novel ... is recommended for those who loved Stephanie Bishops' The Other Side of the World or Alice Munro's short stories. Ache is the perfect account of a woman on the edge, moving towards peace. It is an extraordinary creation from a young novelist.' Bookseller+Publisher ' Henry-Jones divines unconventional familial relationship and loss of place with a wand of love. Elementally moving.' Australian Women's Weekly 'Moving without being sentimental; Henry-Jones has trained as a grief and trauma counsellor, and her characters ring impressively true in their actions and reactions' Sydney Morning Herald 'A tender tale, suggesting we can always fix what's been broken.' Yours 'Insightful, thoughtful ... clever and rich ... Eliza Henry-Jones's gift for close observation and emotional nuance is undeniable.' The Saturday Paper PRAISE FOR IN THE QUIET 'Eliza Henry-Jones is a young author (only twenty five) and she writes with remarkable maturity... I fell in love with it slowly, over the course of many chapters. It’s a quiet book (appropriately named) and an utterly lovely one' Readings 'Henry-Jones, in her debut novel, has structured a glorious book that will make you cry, guaranteed. But it's also uplifting and tender. A surprise find' Sydney Morning Herald 'You will weep, and marvel, and pass this book on, and on, to your friends' Nikki Gemmell
Ache
Author: Lillian Olson
Publisher:
ISBN: 1521255040
Pages: 110
Year: 2017-05-12
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Ache is a powerful and vivid collection of free verse poetry that intimately explores the emotional impact of depression and anxiety as it manifests and transforms over time. This is a raw and honest personal account of mental illness offered to those looking to consider, to understand or to feel, in some small way, known. Ache is a unique journey that holds strange beauty in its truth.
ACHE
Author: Joseph Ross
Publisher: Sibling Rivalry Press, LLC
ISBN: 1943977313
Pages: 118
Year: 2017-03-14
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In the spirit of resistance there is breath, and in that breath a faith in what art can do. This collection is a woven spirit of hope and struggle, where the threads name the heroic: Coltrane, Mandela, Till. It reminds us of what many have given to life, and of what life gives when we practice the art of justice as love.
The Beautiful Ache
Author: Leigh McLeroy
Publisher: Lucid Books
ISBN: 1935909002
Pages: 256
Year: 2010-08
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The Beautiful Ache calls readers to embrace the gap between life hoped for and life as it is and to press on for that which fully satisfies.
A. C. H. E.
Author: M. Never
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1719398062
Pages: 212
Year: 2018-05-26
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A is for ache. C is for choice. H is for his. E is for Everly. I have always gotten the short end of the stick when it comes to my personal life. Drug-addicted mother, obsessive stepfather, shitty upbringing, and one soul shattering, heart-wrenching relationship. But everything changed when I met Alec Prescott. I couldn't stand the cocky hotshot lawyer at first, but after assisting him on one case, my opinion changed drastically. He became the beginning I so desperately needed, even if romantic relations at work are completely forbidden. Unfortunately, falling in love with a co-worker is the least of my problems. Funny thing about the past, it's never truly far away. No matter how fast you run from it, or how hard you try to suppress it, it's there, lingering like a fog, blinding your vision, impacting your decisions, affecting your life. That's where Tage Andrews comes in. He's the heartache I can never outrun. The man who saved me from my past all while pillaging my emotions. I want to avoid reliving it-avoid him-but he's always there, lingering like a fog, blinding my vision, impacting my decisions, affecting my life. This is my paradoxical predicament. Two men. One choice. Inevitable heartbreak. A.C.H.E. is an angsty, fast-paced, romantic suspense with ménage themes. Reader discretion is advised. (less)
Aches
Author: Sneha Pandey
Publisher:
ISBN: 9386897024
Pages: 170
Year: 2018-02-13
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The subtle aches of living, We walk over and again through time. The assuring ache of happiness, Cornering in one's eyes. The brutal ache of betrayal, Scratching through layers of insecurity. The grim hurt and hatred, With the chaos of love's insanity. The sorrow of being a strange soul With tears of loneliness. But in all ache, There is living. After every fall, There is an awakening. In the very darkness, There is a speck of light. Soul wrenching prose and poetry about true living through the coexistence of emotions and feelings in words and verses. A book about the lucid darkness of the soul and the light of hope and determination to conquer our own insecurities. Every poem speaks of pain in us. It is created to realize that there is pain, persistently in many people around us. And that, we don't suffer from it alone. We just have to know that the agony our heart bears now or did in the past has been felt by some other person too. ACHES is the Winner of Wattys'15, world's largest online writing competition(Wattpad) with 75000 entries in 2015; it was one of two poetry books and one of the only two Indian writer's books to win the award. It currently has 183000 unique reads on Wattpad. Also, the winner of YourstoryIndia'16, India's largest and most inclusive digital writing competition. The competition was organized by The Global Education Platform and Wattpad and the three winners were chosen through an elaborate system in three stage.
Ache Life History
Author: Kim Hill, A.Magdalena Hurtado
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351329227
Pages: 581
Year: 2017-09-08
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The Ache, whose life history the authors recounts, are a small indigenous population of hunters and gatherers living in the neotropical rainforest of eastern Paraguay. This is part exemplary ethnography of the Ache and in larger part uses this population to make a signal contribution to human evolutionary ecology.
Start with Strips
Author: Susan Ache
Publisher: Martingale
ISBN: 1604689218
Pages: 80
Year: 2017-12-05
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You'll want to stand back to admire the fabulous quilts you finish! Master scrap quilter and Instagram sensation Susan Ache (yardgrl60) shares her secrets for creating gorgeous, colorful quilts--and they all start with 21⁄2" fabric strips. Once you learn Susan's tricks for sorting strips, you'll feel free to make these sensationally scrappy quilts without fear of choosing colors or prints. And Susan's sorting method? It works the same for ALL precut fabrics! Whether you use Jelly Rolls, yardage, or scraps from your stash, you'll love creating these oh-so-beautiful quilts--the kind that make a house a home.
Ache
Author: Zen Mateo
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1547200774
Pages: 108
Year: 2017-06-17
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emerging poet zen mateo's vibrant debut
An Infinite Ache
Author: David Schulner
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
ISBN: 0822218852
Pages: 50
Year: 2003-01-01
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THE STORY: This is a fresh and heartfelt play about love, time and the infinite directions in which two lives can travel. Hope and Charles are a pair of lonely twenty-somethings about to end a supremely uninteresting first date. But just as they sa
Sweet Ache
Author: K. Bromberg
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0451473930
Pages: 400
Year: 2015-06-02
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The New York Times bestselling author of the Driven series turns up the heat when a sexy bet turns into so much more.... Hawkin Play, the bad boy rock star with a good guy heart, has lived a lifetime of cleaning up after his twin brother's mistakes. Hunter's most recent screwup could land Hawke in jail and risk the band's future. Hawke agrees to guest lecture at a local college to stay in the judge's good graces--and a bet with his bandmate to seduce his sexy teaching assistant is icing on the cake. Quinlan Westin is harder to bed than Hawke imagined. She knows his type and is determined to avoid the rocker at all costs--even if their attraction runs deeper than simple lust. Just as Hawke might finally be winning over the girl, his brother has other plans. When Hunter realizes his twin finally has a weakness, he'll stop at nothing to take advantage....
Ache
Author: Bob Cobbing, Lawrence Upton
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 8
Year: 2000
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That Mad Ache: A Novel/Translator, Trader: An Essay
Author: Franoise Sagan
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 0465010989
Pages: 320
Year: 2009-05-12
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Set in Paris in the mid-1960s, Lucile, a young, rootless woman, finds herself torn between a fifty-year-old businessman and a thirty-year-old hot-blooded, impulsive editor; and, in a companion to the novel, the translator describes the process of rewritin
The Emerging Healthcare Leader
Author: Laurie Baedke, Natalie Lamberton
Publisher:
ISBN: 1567939902
Pages: 296
Year: 2018
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In the ever-changing healthcare environment, the profession of healthcare management needs strong leaders who will rise to the challenges of today and carry organizations into the future.The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide is an essential resource for those in the early stages of becoming a healthcare leader. Packed with tactics, tips, and straightforward examples, this book provides an indispensable guide for those who want to build a career in healthcare. Honestly and authentically, authors Laurie Baedke and Natalie Lamberton offer practical suggestions and share anecdotes, personal stories, and valuable lessons learned from their own professional experiences. They help you achieve your career goals with information on:¿Developing self-awareness¿Practicing self-management ¿Cultivating your personal brand¿Launching your career¿Understanding and refining your leadership style¿Learning and rebounding from failures¿Networking and mentoring ¿Maximizing your internship opportunities¿Mastering the interview process This second edition includes new chapters on emotional intelligence and successful onboarding. Valuable content on technology, social media, personal brands, online presence, networking, and professional decorum has been refreshed and expanded. Four new "Notes to My 25-Year-Old Self" from distinguished healthcare leaders are sources of additional inspiration and insight for readers. The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide will help fearlessly launch your career with the confidence of good preparation.Brimming with refreshing insights and wisdom, The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide provides newcomers and industry veterans alike with resources to advance their career."More than theory, The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide is your road map for that journey. A refreshing and practical tool, this should be your handbook, your back-pocket how-to resource as you traverse the early years of your leadership career." -Rulon F. Stacey, PhD, FACHE, Chairman (2011-2012), American College of Healthcare Executives
In the Quiet
Author: Eliza Henry-Jones
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 1460704762
Pages: 368
Year: 2015-07-01
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A moving, sweet and uplifting novel of love, grief and the heartache of letting go, from a wonderful new Australian author. Cate Carlton has recently died, yet she is able to linger on, watching her three young children and her husband as they come to terms with their life without her on their rural horse property. As the months pass and her children grow, they cope in different ways, drawn closer and pulled apart by their shared loss. And all Cate can do is watch on helplessly, seeing their grief, how much they miss her and how - heartbreakingly - they begin to heal. Gradually unfolding to reveal Cate's life, her marriage, and the unhappy secret she shared with one of her children, In the Quiet is compelling, simple, tender, true - heartbreaking and uplifting in equal measure. 'In the Quiet is an accomplished first book from an exciting new talent. I fell in love with it slowly, over the course of many chapters. It's a quiet book (appropriately named) and an utterly lovely one.' Readings 'Uplifting and heartwarming ... a beautiful depiction of Australian rural life' Better Reading 'This hearttugging first novel is a beautifully paced mixture of romance, family saga and mystery' Adelaide Advertiser 'A glorious book that will make you cry, guaranteed. But it's also uplifting and tender. A surprise find.' Canberra Times 'You will weep, and marvel, and pass this book on, and on, to your friends.' Nikki Gemmell Shortlisted for the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction 2015