For years, I have read stories in Penthouse’s Forum and now SLS’ Erotic Stories and have always thought if any of these stories were ever true or were they mostly comprised of people’s vivid and erotic imagination. I am happy to report that it seems like stories like these can and do happen… even to normal people. My wife’s name is Lynn, she is in her mid-forty’s, stands about 5ft 6 and weighs about 135… she thinks she’s heavier than she needs to be, but I say that all of the extra weight she has on her is in ALL the right places. Her figure is on the smaller side of what folks call curvy with measurements 36-26-38. things are awesome in our bedroom but we have just gotting into swinging with other couples and we are loving it we never thought we would get into the swinging lifestyle but man oh man why have we been missing out on all this fun we have found a new group of sexy friends and we will tell you all about them here.
Perfect for fans of Bridge to Terabithia and Walk Two Moons, this debut middle grade novel is the story of two girls and the unforgettable summer in which they learn about true friendship and loss. Annie has been promised a summer of freedom in the country. Freedom from a difficult school year, freedom from her fake “friends” back in the city, and, most of all, freedom from her mom’s life-governing spreadsheets and rigid schedules. When Annie meets California, who is visiting her grandfather’s farm, it seems she has found the perfect partner for the summer she’s always craved. Especially when California offers Annie a real-life adventure: if she and Annie can find the ponies her mom rode as a girl, surely it will remind her mom how wonderful the farm is—and fix what’s broken between her mom and her grandfather. But Annie’s summer of freedom is sprinkled with secrets, and everything she has learned about bravery and love will be put to the test when the truth behind the ultimate secret changes her life forever.
Author: Degen Pener
Publisher: Hachette UK
Release Date: 2009-06-27
Ten years ago a revival of swing took place, originating in San Francisco, snowballing into today's international resurgence. This book presents the complete history of swing music and dancing, then and now.
SWING YOUR SWORD is the first ever book by one of the most fascinating and successful coaches in sports today. A lover of the game who started creating formations and drawing his own plays as a kid, Leach took his Texas Tech Red Raiders to numerous bowl games, achieving the #2 slot in national rankings and being voted 2008 Coach of the Year before being unceremoniously fired at the end of the 2009 season. The scandalous nature of his dismissal created a media frenzy and began a personal battle between Leach and his accusers that remains unresolved.
Author: Iris Therese Smith Reid
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Release Date: 2018-01-24
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
Iris Therese Smith Reid was born in Grimsby in 1938, and she gives a vivid account of what it was like to be a child growing up during the war. It was a time of great hardship and sometimes terror as Grimsby was ravaged by German bombing raids during the Blitz, but Iris recalls many lighter moments too, the games she played among the bombsites and the memorable characters she knew. The second part of this biography covers Iris's working family life, most of which was spent in and around Grimsby. Now in her late seventies, Iris has spent the last sixteen years looking after her husband, Francis, who has vascular dementia. Part three relates how she and Francis have struggled with his illness together and how they continue to get the most out of life.
Author: Jay Myers
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Release Date: 2007-11-01
Genre: Business & Economics
Myers, founder of Interactive Solutions, Inc., had many days in his business early years when he thought he was going to end up just another statistic. As one of Americas fastest growing private companies, Myers shares his lessons on overcoming adversity and achieving small business success.
To work a golf shot left to right you have several options with different flight patterns, and you really can't be wrong with any of them if you are happy with what you are doing. You might never be really great, but at least you will know that you are going to be consistent in your shot. That's all golf really is, the most consistent way to repeat an action as closely as possible each time that will return the club face to a square impact position. Let us move in a new direction though if you are seeking the holy grail of a more perfect left to right shot with a tighter pattern. "The One Plane Cut"
Author: Henry R. Danielson
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Release Date: 2018-01-15
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
When I think of what Julie and I did, it humbles me. We were right out of college, just married, working in a job I didn’t care for. She got the invitation, I took a test, and we both accepted. I was of draft age, but there would be no deferment. Can you imagine joining the Peace Corps, where you would train to teach in segregated Macon County, Alabama? You and your wife, northern whites, in 1967, would train to teach in a segregated all-black school. How would you manage? Think of going to Likoma Island on Lake Malawi in Central Africa. You would live for two years on a two-by-five-mile island with no gun, no civil authority, no police. The island was home to crocodiles, spitting cobras, green mambas, puff adders, and other deadly vipers and often fatal illnesses, but no resident physician, just five thousand Africans and you. Think about teaching school to eighty adolescent African kids, forty in a classroom, none of whom had any notion of Western culture. What if your home were attacked by a raging African man whose family had been killed by white soldiers? What would you do? Ever thought about what it is like to be a teacher in Western New York? How would you deal with 125 adolescents daily? Imagine preparing lessons for five classes each day, grading papers, teaching, and then driving thirty miles to graduate school and back before a late dinner each night. Suppose you had summers off and you and your wife learned to sail, and on your twenty-fifth anniversary, you sailed the six hundred miles offshore to the island of Bermuda! Ever been in a full gale on a little boat at sea? We were island people, finding our way!
Author: Mike Zwerin
Publisher: Cooper Square Press
Release Date: 2000-09-05
For a brief time in a Europe threatened and then occupied by Nazi Germany, jazz was heard as ubiquitously as rock ' n' roll is today. In a personal search for the story of that time, Mike Zwerin spent two years traveling across Europe talking with individuals who performed and enjoyed jazz in Hitler's dark shadow, including the Ghetto Swingers, a Jewish jazz band that "toured" Auschwitz and Theresienstadt; the Luftwaffe pilot who listened to Glenn Miller while bombing London; Django Reinhardt, the brilliant guitarist who refused to flee Nazi-controlled France; and many others.
Author: Marcus Giavanni
Publisher: G & B Pub
Release Date: 1998
The book recounts day by day how the FBI investigators somehow centered the entire extortion plot around Nelson and another innocent man whose only mistake was to spend fifteen minutes chatting by the lake, and then to stop at a fast food restaurant for a hamburger. Nelson fit the profile that the FBI had in mind - a long pony tail, a cellular phone, and a red Corvette which he liked to drive fast. From this harmless set of facts grew an inconsistent FBI surveillance log, incredibly biased misstatements of the truth, and wholly contrived witness statements, all elaborately tailored to inplicate Nelson. Other evidence of Nelson's innocence and the unreliability of the existing evidence was simply ignored, including an FBI wiretap conversation between the real extortionist and his accomplice discussing the extortion plot in detail. The real extortionist admitted that he had no idea who the FBI had arrested. Nevertheless, Nelson was indeed arrested with his photo plastered all over the Phoenix newspapers. Nelson's life would never be the same.
When Prince Krishna is called away, he leaves behind some strict instructions for the Hall children about one of the openings in the mysterious summerhouse: Keep Out! As Eddy and Eleanor swing through each of the other openings, they refuse to break the rule, even as their temptation grows. But when Oliver and little Georgie disappear through the forbidden archway, Eleanor and Eddy know that they must either break their promise or risk never seeing their friends again.
Author: S. A. Sullivan
Release Date: 2000-10-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
Noah Gordon, youngest son of Scottish Earl Hugh Gordon, immigrated to America in the 1800’s seeking a new life. He found romance, adventure, and hardship, and his strength of character steered the course for his family through the decades. That spirit led great-granddaughter Thelma and her husband, H.E. Wyatt to leave Arkansas for Nebraska during the 1930’s Depression. With five children to feed and clothe, H.E. worked at corn shucking and odd jobs for the farmers around Lisco, Nebraska; anything he could get to make a dollar. F.D.R’s election and subsequent programs for the poor lifted them from poverty, and life improved. The older girls grew up and moved to California, finally enticing their parents to follow. With H.E.’s well-paying job, the Wyatts purchased their first home. Life flowed along after the Second World War ended, and Norma and Faye moved back to Nebraska with their husbands and children. The 1949 blizzard hit the state shortly after the family’s return. The massive storm hammered the ranching community, where 1000’s of livestock died. Rural residents were stranded in their homes, and the Army moved in to open roads and restore power. Part 2 consists of letters from James, the Wyatt’s only son. He journalized his Korean War experiences daily. After months of heavy combat he was discharged without a scratch, and nothing prepared the family for his death from leukemia several years later. The epilogue sums up the family history, and the dream the prefaced Thelma’s death at 95.
Author: Ronald Moore
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Release Date: 2007-08-01
If you?ve ever struck out during this all important game of life, it's okay! In his book Life Happens: How to Keep Swinging When You?ve Taken More Hits Than A Louisville Slugger, author Ron Moore shares that the most important element in keeping dreams alive, pizazz and excitement in this game of life, is to never stop getting up to the plate and swinging no matter what kind of ?hit? you?ve taken. Inside the covers of this book, you?ll find humor and entertainment mixed with some deeply solid principles revealed through some of the good, the bad, and the ugly of his life. You?ll discover how he personally keeps swinging in this most important game of life and how you can as well.