Short Stories and Lessons on the Festivals, Fasts and Saints´ Days of the Protestant Episcopal Church: Anonymous
The Official Handbook for the National Training School for Cookery:Containing the lessons on cookery which constitute the course of instruction in the school Anonymous
I´m a healer, not a fighter. Yes, I avoid conflict at all costs. But don´t mistake my pacifism for weakness. I look death in the eye on a regular basis. I´m an RN in the ER - strong, assertive, and capable, with a potent array of sophisticated equipment and medications at my disposal. Exactly one week from the day of my mother´s funeral, an investigator from the Florida Department of Health shows up at the ER and informs me that I may be charged with a felony. Someone is making anonymous complaints that I´m practicing medicine beyond my scope of practice. I have no idea who or why! As the circle of suspects widens, I find it harder to tell where my once unfailing intuition ends and growing paranoia takes over. I repeatedly shove my personal struggles aside as I meet the needs of my patients. But I see them differently now and learn useful lessons from unlikely sources. My world changes in uncontrollable ways. Is it possible that my estranged boyfriend is the snitch? A trusted friend? The anonymous complaints keep coming. As the attacks become more dangerous, I wonder just how far my covert assailant will go to hurt me and how far I´ll go to defend myself when my attacker´s life is placed directly in my hands. Anonymous Complaint is inspired by actual events. This audio version is performed by a cast of 35 unique voice artists. Some scenes include location background sounds and music. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Allison V Chillingworth, Seven J Williams, Eva McDanial, Susan Wallace, Secole Boothe, Eric Duncan, Rob Hartford. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/108749/bk_acx0_108749_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Why do some people want to erase themselves completely from the Internet? I used to wonder about the same till I found the reason and had to do it myself. I am sure if you are considering this book, you too have a reason, but going through this process, I have learned a few valuable lessons. This book is all about those lessons, so you don´t have to learn on the go as I had to. Instead, you can use this book as a guide and just follow the step by step process and see yourself disappear from the big World Wide Web. Back in the days, if anyone wanted to live a private life, all they had to do was unpublish their home phone number and opt out of all mailing lists and you were done, but it is not so easy anymore. Every time we fill out a form, a survey, or fill out personal information on the social media, it is there forever. You may not remember what you filled out 10 years ago, but it is there for any prying eyes to see. What is even worse? Let´s say you didn´t give out much information on the web, but you browse the net often, you search and surf the web via search engines as we all do, sadly most of the search engines like Google and Yahoo keep a tab on you, they know what you search for, they know what you like and what you don´t. They do this by keeping up with your IP (Internet Protocol) address. But don´t give up, don´t think it is not doable, because it is. I have done it, and you can too, just remember it is not something that can be done overnight, it will take some time and may cost you a little money, but at the end you can achieve that privacy and freedom you deserve. Trust me you will enjoy that privacy too. One more thing, just because you are deleting yourself from the net, doesn´t mean you can have an online life anymore because you can but little differently. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Randal Schaffer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/075117/bk_acx0_075117_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Artist Lee Owens, has a ?Pet Project,? a blog, where he anonymously posts cartoons critical of the Russian president.His political satire is so scathing, the country´s dictator orders the GRU, Russia?s military intelligence, to find the cartoonist and silence the humor.While the artist is being hunted in America, Lee and his clandestine art department head for Russia to raise a little creative havoc and start a revolution.Under an onslaught of viral public art installations, pirated billboards, parade balloons, sculptures, pranks, and performance art, the Kremlin´s wall come tumbling down.Spy trade-craft was never so imaginative and Russia learns a hard lesson when America´s creative energies are aimed at removing a dictator from office.This book sends a clear message: Don´t Mess with America, or get humiliated out of office!´´A creative mind is a dangerous thing, some more dangerous than others.´´´´Fun with Russia´´ is weaponized pulp fiction at its best and a must read for anyone offended by the ex-KGB-president´s abominable behavior on the world stage.This outrageous novel is an action-packed satire and a perfect match for today´s headlines.It´s time to have some fun with Russia!
Famous but Nameless:Lessons and Inspiration from the Bible´S Anonymous Characters Mark W. Hendrickson
Famous But Nameless:Lessons and Inspiration from the Bible´s Anonymous Characters Mark W. Hendrickson