Scots knight Andrew Drummond promised to take his wife, Eryn, to Arendal, Norway to meet her only living relative: a Norse sailor he became acquainted with in tiny Durness, Scotland. Three years after their marriage, he is finally keeping his promise.Rydar Hansen despises Lord Andrew. The knight was rude and condescending when they met ~ and Rydar hasn't forgotten.The only reason he agreed to the visit, is his curiosity over his newly found cousin. But his wife, Grier, is uncertain about welcoming the knight, whom she hasn't seen since refusing his marriage proposal four years earlier.This limited edition of "In the Norseman's House" is only available in print. For information on how to get a complementary copy, visit KrisTualla.com.
Celebrate the meaning of home with the warmth and wit of Snoopy and the Peanuts gang.
Tiny House Living: What you should Know Before Living in a Tiny HouseThis book contains proven steps and strategies on how to come up with your own tiny house from planning to construction. It should also help you figure out how to use space efficiently and think of how to effectively design it so that you can live in your tiny house as happily as you possibly can. On a final note, this book will also help you figure out the legalities of living in a tiny house and how you can get around some of the most restrictive rules. This e-book will strive to point you in the right direction of how to make critical decisions to make your tiny house a reality and how to become a positive member of the tiny house movement.
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Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: BeingSatisfied Living with Less Building Foundations to a Minimal Lifestyle Chapter 2: Factors to Consider for a Minimal Lifestyle Chapter 3: Settling Down To Your New Life Letting Go of What Needs To Go Maximizing a Minimal Space Life beyond Minimal Living Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction Rarely do we see people who appreciate the beauty of simplicity. A minimalist lifestyle helps us understand the importance of coming loose from living a life being dependent on materials that we have attached ourselves into, from our mindless consumption of items that we think we need and eventually being surrounded by cluttered environment because of our nonstop purchasing that gives us pleasure.
Paul Jennings was born into slavery on the plantation of James and Dolley Madison in Virginia. As a young boy, he was part of the Madison household staff at the White House. Toward the end of the Madisons' time there, he helped rescue the portrait of George Washington before the British burned down the White House. Later, he became Mr. Madison's personal attendant during his retirement and got married to a slave in a plantation further off. Longing for freedom, he was finally emancipated by Senator Daniel Webster and became an abolitionist. He would later give an aged and impoverished Dolley Madison, his former owner, money from his own pocket, write the first White House memoir, and see his sons fight with the Union Army in the Civil War. He died a free man in northwest Washington at 75. Based on correspondence, legal documents, and journal entries rarely seen before, this amazing portrait of the times reveals the mores and attitudes toward slavery of the nineteenth century, and sheds new light on famous characters such as James Madison, who believed the white and black populations could not coexist as equals; French General Lafayette who was appalled by this idea; Dolley Madison, who ruthlessly sold Paul after her husband's death; and many more. It also introduces readers to slaves, abolitionists, and civil right activists hitherto forgotten.
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