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365 Day No Hassle Returns! Each of these collectibles comes designed with a photo of the player: their home stadium: and a team logo. It is framed in black wood and officially licensed by the CLC and the University of Nebraska. The finished piece measures 15 x 17 x 1 and is ready to hang in any home or office.
365 Day No Hassle Returns! Being a Razorbacks fanatic is a way of life for you. When you're out representing Arkansas: you need top of the line apparel. The Razorback Collection jersey polo by Dillard's was made for dedicated fans with a sophisticated sense of style. This polo is made with a lightweight and breathable fabric with a tagless collar to ensure your comfort. An embroidered Arkansas logo on the chest displays your team spirit. The combination of style and comfort make this polo a great choice for any Razorbacks-themed occasion.
365 Day No Hassle Returns! Being a Razorbacks fanatic is a way of life for you. When you're out representing Arkansas: you need top of the line apparel. The Razorback Collection jersey polo by Dillard's was made for dedicated fans with a sophisticated sense of style. This polo is made in a lightweight and breathable fabric with a tagless collar to ensure your comfort. A heat-sealed Arkansas logo on the chest displays your team spirit. The combination of style and comfort make this polo a great choice for any Razorbacks-themed occasion.
365 Day No Hassle Returns! Being a Razorbacks fanatic is a way of life for you. When you're out representing Arkansas: you need top of the line apparel. The Razorback Collection pique polo by Dillard's was made for dedicated fans with a sophisticated sense of style. This polo is made in a lightweight and breathable fabric with a tagless collar to ensure your comfort. A heat-sealed Arkansas logo on the chest displays your team spirit. The combination of style and comfort make this polo a great choice for any Razorbacks-themed occasion.
Intuition and spiritual growth are inherently linked, according to professional psychic and therapist Sherrie Dillard. This groundbreaking guide offers a personalized approach to spiritual development, introducing four different psychic types and revealing how to develop the unique talents of each. Designed for both beginning intuitives and advanced psychics, this book presents a simple, step-by-step plan: - Take the insightful quiz to learn whether you are a physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual intuitive - Discover more about each type's nature, personality, strengths, and potential challenges - Develop your psychic abilities with the meditations and exercises designed for your specific intuitive style. Throughout the book, Dillard shares remarkable stories from her professional practice to illustrate the incredible power of intuition and its connection to the spirit world, inner wisdom, and your higher self.
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New Orleans 1952. Julie Marsden Bette Davis and her fianc Preston Dillard Henry Fonda have a stormy relationship. He won't go with her--as promised--to collect her decorous white dress for the Olympus ball. In an act of angry defiance she instead chooses a flamboyant red dress. Pres is dismayed and at the ball New Orleans's high society is outraged. Julie and Pres argue and he leaves. A year passes. New Orleans is stricken by yellow fever. Julie hears Pres has returned. Delighted she throws a party. But when Pres arrives Amy Margaret Lindsay is with him and they are married...
“A wonderful book, original in concept and stunningly written.”—Ward Just“Elegiac, funny, wistful, deep, and wonderfully human, Dust to Dust moved me to laughter and tears, sometimes simultaneously.”—Karl Marlantes, bestselling author of Matterhorn and What It Is Like to Go to WarTim O’Brien meets Annie Dillard in this remarkable memoir by debut author Benjamin Busch. Much more than a war memoir, Dust to Dust brilliantly explores the passage through a lifetime—a moving meditation on life and death, the adventures of childhood and revelations of adulthood. Seemingly ordinary things take on a breathtaking radiance when examined by this decorated Marine officer—veteran of two combat tours in Iraq—actor on the hit HBO series The Wire, and son of acclaimed novelist Frederick Busch. Above all, Benjamin Busch is a truly extraordinary new literary talent as evidenced by his exemplary debut, Dust to Dust—an original, emotionally powerful, and surprisingly refreshing take on an American soldier’s story.
"A TOUR DE FORCE"- Los Angeles Times"The story of Ivy Rowe, born near the turn of the century in the Virginia Mountain enclave of Sugar Fork, is told completely through letters that Ivy is forever writing family and friends...Lee Smith exhibits her own understanding and affection for the traditions of the Appalachians. She is at home with the down-home speech and ways of her characters. They come vividly to life, and none more so than Ivy, whose voice and heart and humor sustain Fair and Tender Ladies."- Philadelphia Inquirer"Because of Ivy's narrative ability and her zest for living, Fair and Tender Ladies opens for us like a flower with a gloriously unexpected center. There are unforgettable characters...Few readers will be dry-eyed as they watch this extraordinary woman disappear around that last bend in the road."-Chicago Tribune"These beautiful letters...display Ivy's soul up close, the way a just-caught firefly illuminates a jar. So real does she become that it is hard to believe that Ivy did not actually live to write her letters."-USA Today"This is about a moving a work of literature as has ever been written." ANNIE DILLARD
“Take Me Home is a riveting novel of two heroic people attempting to transcend the prejudices of their time and place. . . . Skillful artistry and empathy.” —Ron Rash, author of Serena and One Foot in Eden“Leung’s writing is exquisite, deceptively plain, deeply felt and spiritually high, with dead-on depictions of the world as it is.” —San Francisco ChronicleFrom Brian Leung, author of Lost Men and World Famous Love Acts (winner of both the Asian American Literary Award and the Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction) comes a story of forbidden friendship in an Old West mining town. Set amidst the racial tensions surrounding the Rock Springs Massacre, Take Me Home makes the desperate coal mine culture of Wyoming come alive. Readers of Annie Dillard and Annie Proulx will thrill for the latest book by this exciting voice in American literature.
The New York Times bestselling author of The Last Girls presents one of her most compelling novels, acclaimed by Anne Tyler, Annie Dillard, and more... Everywhere about her, from the traffic on Highway 460 to the river that's gone black with coal dust, Crystal Spangler sees a current flowing from the mountain town of Black Rock into the wider world. As a teenager, she is elected beauty queen, gets good grades, and-despite her many enviable qualities-manages also to be well-loved. Everyone knows that she is destined to leave town and do great things.And she does.But no one expects her return; drawn back home by some sort of memory, as if the current that had taken her away had changed its mind...
Two heartwarming holiday novels by Anna Schmidt in one keepsake collection LASSO HER HEART A painful past has Bethany Taft believing she'll never be a bride. But when her beloved sixty-year-old aunt gets engaged, Bethany finds joy in being her wedding planner. And as she gets to know the groom's son, charming rancher Cody Dillard, she wonders if wedding bells will soon be in her future, too. MISTLETOE REUNION His former wife is on his flight home for the holidays? Divorced dad Tom Wallace knows their young daughter is behind this "coincidence" and that Norah Wallace still makes his heart skip a beat. Stranded in the airport during a snowstorm, Tom and Norah may get a second chance at forever. "Schmidt's characters are witty, charming, mysterious and worth getting to know." —RT Book Reviews