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The Maya Sites
The Maya Sites - Hidden Treasures of the Rain Forest A Traveler's Guide to the Maya Sites on the Yucatán Peninsula, in México and Guatemala, 2nd Edition, 155 illustrations, 91 in color This book is a compact guide that contains the 15 main archaeological sites of the ancient Maya civilization on the Yucatán peninsula and also explains the optimal route for visiting these sites.
The Autopsy of Planet Earth
A single extraterrestrial arrives on Planet Earth claiming his race created mankind only to have abandoned them early in their evolution. The alien has returned to reverse man’s downward spiral by transitioning humans to a new dynamic of peace, harmony, and balance... but at what cost? Gabriel Ferro, Chief of Staff to the United States President, and Dr. Catherine Blake, are unwittingly drawn into a world beyond their wildest imaginations, a world beyond Earth, beyond the Milky Way—the first humans to go where no humans have gone before. Will the arrival of a mystifying extraterrestrial save Earth from the destruction of the natural world, caused by the very society that relies on it for survival? Can the missteps of antiquity, blindly repeated time and time again, be reversed?
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Mermaid & dolphin in the sea
Main ingredients & Seasonings : 1 chicken, cut to taste 8 cloves 30 grams of garlic, puree 1 tbsp salt 1 tablespoon pepper powder 100 g of starch Ice water The oil for frying Flour Dough : 400 g high protein flour 1½ tsp baking powder 1½ tsp garlic powder 1½ tsp salt 1 teaspoon pepper powder WAY MAKE CRYPY CHICKEN CRAZY : Soak chicken with garlic, salt & pepper powder. Let stand, 1 night Spread the chicken with starchy flour, dip into the ice water. Roll onto flour dough ingredients, tips: Good results, stir by hand out the flour. Dip it in the ice water again, roll it onto the flour. Heat the oil in a deep frying pan / pan, fry the chicken with the surface soaked in dry oil & golden brown.
Illicit Transgressions
The south is known for being a majestic place with the most hospitable residents, but this fictional novel will unearth the mystical and immoral secrets of the antebellum south. Master Boney is a beautiful southern belle, a wife, and one of the most ruthless women in the small southern town of Plat-eyes. Unable to find solace from her favorite bottle of wine, she starts to redirect her anger toward her husband and the slaves on the plantation. She is a tortured soul with a traumatic past that leads her down a path rooted in surreptitious behavior, infidelity, and alcoholism. She becomes more volatile after whooping cough diminishes the free slave labor that provides the Boney family prosperity. Her fear of losing her status as the exalted ruler of this small-town forces her to become more diabolical than ever before. She manipulates her husband into crossing the Atlantic with his associates to obtain more slaves to save the plantation and to save their marriage. However, there is a malevolent spirit lurking in the shadows and everything might not be what it seems.
The Other Side of the Velvet Rope
The club scene may seem glamorous and classy, but this fictional memoir by a former bouncer and club security manager shines a light on the seedier side of nightlife. Dwight BoNey spent a decade working in various capacities at clubs before his disgust with club culture became too much for him to handle. Now, through a fictional lens, he looks back at the debauchery on display throughout his career. Your glimpse at The Other Side of the Velvet Rope will be eye opening, educational, and sometimes even horrifying. Sex, drugs, and violence are normal occurrences for those who make their livings working in clubs. Anyone who has been a bouncer, bartender, or just a club-goer will recognize themselves, their coworkers, and their friends in the diverse set of characters. Anyone who hasn’t been part of the scene will be shocked and scandalized by some of the tales BoNey has to tell. Swingers, strippers, arsonist firefighters, cowboys, gangsters, and more show up at the club. Dwight BoNey’s depiction of the various types who might turn up on a Saturday night will leave you laughing long after you finish the final page.
The Embers of the Heart
Doc’s life was perfect. Gorgeous wife, amazing son, and a beautiful home. He was living the American dream, until the day it was all taken away. He would spend the next several months in a deep depression trying to figure out what he could have done to avoid losing the life that was so dear to him. Doc endlessly reviewed his memories, mistakes, and secrets trying to find the moment in time when everything could have been saved. After weeks of soul searching, Doc realized he spent all his time helping people in need and not helping the people that needed him. He neglected his family and will never have the chance to embrace the sentimental moments he took for granted. Doc cautiously tries to rebuild his life, but the traumatic experience of losing his nuclear family sends him spiraling into the depths of despair. He begins to question his faith and if his new life alone is worth living.
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Looking for a Food Gift
The first Book in the TALON series, TALON, COME FLY WITH ME was TOP 10 FINALIST with AUTHORS ACADEMY AWARDS 2018 SILVER MEDAL AWARD with READERS' FAVORITE in Children's' adventure 2018 Here is the first chapter: ‘Matica, where are you? Ah, there you are. What are you doing?’ Four year old Aikon, Matica’s very clever and bright brother, found her crawling under the big tree near their hut, trailing a small cloud of dust behind her. Putting his hands on his hips, he accused her, ‘You’re not looking for a food gift for Tamo, are you? So, what are you doing?’ Close to tears, she answered, ‘Y-e-e-s, I am looking, but I can’t find anything, not even the tiniest worm.’ She hit the dusty ground beside her with the flat of her hand. A small dust cloud rose up and tickled her nose and throat. She coughed, then sneezed. Not looking, she plonked on the only spot of grass under the tree. Cluck, cluck-cluck, cluck, cluck-cluck-cluck. With flapping wings, a chicken ran away. Matica sat down awkwardly. Laughing, Aikon scooped up the chicken and held it in his arms, stroking it. ‘Look at her, how cute she looks. Tsk, tsk. You don’t want her to end up in the pot, do you? Poor thing. She’s not ready for the pot yet, you know. Mum needs her eggs.’ Matica pulled a face. Still laughing, Aikon let the chicken go. ‘Here you go,’ he said to the her, then looked at his sister. ‘Was she helping you?’ ‘Mmm, she tried for the last ten minutes but hasn’t found anything either. She liked being with me though.’ ‘She likes being with you?’ He looked after the chicken. ‘All right, then. Come on, we’ll find something now.’ Aikon crawled away from where Matica was sitting. As he passed her, she saw his sparkling eyes – like a glow-worm, she thought. He must have played with Emelio before, his best friend. These two are one of a kind, they really are. If only I … She stopped. Self pity was something she didn’t want to fall into. Matica crawled after him. Her long, wavy, sandy-blonde hair fell over her face; she brushed it behind her ears. She was dressed in a blue and white traditional short dress and looked gorgeous with her golden brown skin, tanned by the scorching sun high up in the mountains of Peru, where they had now lived for the last four years. Aikon also had the same golden brown skin. A colourful dragonfly flitted past Matica and sat on a leaf beside her. ‘Aikon, look!’ Matica pulled his foot to get his attention. Fascinated, they both examined it. ‘What a beauty, hey? But I won’t catch it for Tamo. It’s too nice.’ Stretching her hand to touch it with her finger, she wrinkled her face and said impulsively, falling into self-pity now, ‘Some animals are so small and, and… some humans are as well,’ she grumbled very softly. ‘But others can be so big...’ Aikon looked at her seriously for a few seconds, not smiling. Finally he said, ‘You mean your condors, Tamo and Tima, and you as well?’ ‘Hmm, big, Tamo and Tima, small, me.’ She sighed. ‘I feel smaller than them. Why do I have this growth problem? Why can’t I be like you – normal?’ Aikon shrugged his shoulders. ‘Matica, don’t say that. If you think that, you’ll be sad, so stop it. We can’t change you. You have to stay the way you are.’ He lifted his hands. ‘I wish you were the right size and not smaller than me, but Emelio has never said anything bad about you.’ His brown eyes sparkled with truth. ‘Why do you have to be so smart, Aikon?’ He stood up and stretched himself, then tapped his chest. ‘Because I am.’ He fell down beside her and grinned. She smirked. ‘Okay, thanks for your kind words, but…’ she paused a little, ‘I really wish I didn’t have that… that challenge. It would be so much easier for me.’ ‘I know.’ Aikon put his hand on her arm. ‘Do you know that I… Oh, no!’ Aikon snapped his fingers and dropped his shoulders. He looked dully at the ground. ‘I can’t have forgotten that word already. No, no, I never forget new words.’ Matica waited and frowned. ‘Mum told me a new word this morning. It starts, I think, with an “a” and a “d … “ad” … yes, got it. Admire. Yes, I do admire you having the condors, but...’ ‘Really?’ Matica interrupted him. Surprise and disbelief glowed in her green eyes. ‘You really mean that?’ ‘Oh, yes, I do,’ he nodded. ‘And, like always, you’re fond of big words.’ ‘Yeah.’ He grinned slyly, then his expression changed to annoyance. ‘But we haven’t found anything for Tamo yet.’ Brusquely he turned and crawled away. Wondering about his mood swing, Matica followed him, then she heard him mumbling, ‘For two years, every day we have to find something for Tamo. Humph!’ ‘Hey!’ Matica called. ‘Are you complaining? You don’t need to help me, you know. I can find something myself. Besides, I thought you liked to help me.’ ‘Yes, I do.’ He sighed. ‘It’s only sometimes I’m not in the mood.’ ‘Like now, I see. Is Emelio waiting?’ ‘Yes. I told him you would probably need my help.’ A smirk split his face. ‘Wow,’ Matica said, stunned. ‘What’s the matter now?’ ‘You looked just like Dad.’ ‘Yeah?’ he said, cheered up and with big, round eyes. ‘I like that.’ Matica, looking sad, said, ‘Aikon, you said you admire me having the condors. I admire you having friends.’ Aikon crawled towards her and kissed her on the cheek. ‘Don’t I count?’ ‘Yeah, but still… you know.’ ‘Did you find something?’ came a small voice from behind them. ‘Would this do?’ Aikon looked at Emelio, who was holding a live and clucking chicken under his arm. Aikon started to laugh but shook his head. ‘You don’t mean that, do you?’ ‘Well, isn’t it better than nothing?’ ‘No!’ Matica called out. ‘We can’t give Tamo a live chicken. No way.’ ‘Okay.’ His voice was cheerful as he let the chicken go. It fluttered to the ground clucking and ran away, happy to be free. ‘Can I help finding something dead, then?’ Emelio’s black, oval eyes were pleading with them. Short, straight, black hair surrounded his pleasant, round face. He wore bright blue shorts and a yellow shirt. It suited him well with his dark golden skin. ‘Come on, then,’ Aikon invited, laughing. Happy to help, Emelio crawled in the dust with Aikon and Matica. Shortly after, Emelio whirled a dead lizard triumphantly over his head. He gave it to Matica and both boys ran off.
Ingredients & seasonings: 1 kg of chicken meat 3 vegetable star fruit 1 l of water to boil The oil for frying Blend: 2 turmeric size 4 cm 5 shallots 3 garlic cloves 8 pecan nuts Salt HOW TO COOK GURIH YELLOW FROZEN CHICKEN: Cut chicken meat & wash it clean, leave the starfruit juice on the water, let stand for 30 minutes. Wash again clean & drain. Smear the chicken pieces with fine spices, stir the meat mixed evenly with the spices. Boil with a pan covered in a heat while the water shrinks by half and the seasoning permeates the meat, turn off the heat. After being cold, fry in hot oil on low heat / brownish yellow, remove & drain.
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Material: 1 kg of chicken, cut 1 bay leaf 1 lemongrass stem, geprek 1 tsp salt 25 grams of Javanese sugar 500 ml of water The oil for frying Smooth seasoning: 6 shallots 3 garlic cloves 3 pecan nuts 2 cm of ginger 2 cm galangal 1 cm of turmeric 1 tbsp coriander 1 tsp of tamarind HOW TO MAKE COOKING CHICKEN: Boil pieces of chicken with water along with fine spices & other ingredients, the sauce dries & the meat is tender, remove, drain & cool. Heat a lot of oil, fry dry & brownish yellow. Lift & serve.
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