Journal Book – Nalburiye Dergisi http://nalburiyedergisi.com/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 16:45:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1.png Journal Book – Nalburiye Dergisi http://nalburiyedergisi.com/ 32 32 November 23 – Beaufort County Launches Digital Budget Book | Bank and finance https://nalburiyedergisi.com/november-23-beaufort-county-launches-digital-budget-book-bank-and-finance/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 15:12:00 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/november-23-beaufort-county-launches-digital-budget-book-bank-and-finance/ November 23, 2022 – Beaufort County launched its first-ever digital budget book and received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for its fiscal year 2023 budget. “The 2022-23 fiscal year digital budget book, charts, tables and graphs contained on the following pages reflect structurally balanced budgets for each fund, […]]]>

November 23, 2022 – Beaufort County launched its first-ever digital budget book and received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for its fiscal year 2023 budget.

“The 2022-23 fiscal year digital budget book, charts, tables and graphs contained on the following pages reflect structurally balanced budgets for each fund, which was accomplished with no mileage increases for taxpayers,” said said Beaufort County Administrator Eric Greenway. “This book also reflects the extraordinary efforts of budget staff to produce a user-friendly document that allows for greater availability of county information and greater transparency for the citizens of Beaufort County.”

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Three Anglers Write Names in BASS Record Books with 2023 Bassmaster Top Honors | https://nalburiyedergisi.com/three-anglers-write-names-in-bass-record-books-with-2023-bassmaster-top-honors/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 12:44:00 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/three-anglers-write-names-in-bass-record-books-with-2023-bassmaster-top-honors/ BIRMINGHAM, Alabama., November 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The title of “Fisherman of the Year” is synonymous with consistency, mental toughness, versatility and a bit of luck, making it one of the toughest and most coveted honors some fishing. Drawn Gregory, Brandon Palaniuk and Keith Pocket find themselves in prestigious company as Bassmaster Angler of the […]]]>

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama., November 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The title of “Fisherman of the Year” is synonymous with consistency, mental toughness, versatility and a bit of luck, making it one of the toughest and most coveted honors some fishing. Drawn Gregory, Brandon Palaniuk and Keith Pocket find themselves in prestigious company as Bassmaster Angler of the Year 2023 on each of their respective tournaments.

“There is a legacy that is tied to that.”

Every site in the 2022 Yamaha Rightwaters Bassmaster kayak series powered by the TourneyX slate was a lake that Gregory had never fished before or only fished once before this season, but with meticulous study and preparation , the Kent, Ohio, native found waters that suited his assets. Gregory’s remarkable run to earn the inaugural Old Town Bassmaster Kayak Series Angler of the Year title included three wins and a Top 10 finish.

“I grew up with Bassmaster, and when they announced they were going to have an AOY, that was one of the things that I put high on my priority list this year. It’s very humbling and overwhelming,” Gregory said. “I’m old enough now to know that those who have pioneered the sport for the past 15 years; and now on the high-end tournament scene, we are the Bill Dances, Jimmy Houstons, Roland Martins and Rick Clunns of (kayak fishing). There is a legacy that is linked to this.

“I’m just proud to help bring this sport to a cool level and help share it with the general population so they too can fall in love with bass fishing with these plastic boats. It’s made much good for my life, my family and my health just being in touch with God and nature.I want to give my best through this AOY and be the best possible representative for Bassmaster.

As Gregory charts new territory on the Bassmaster Kayak Series, the 2023 season of the Elite Series has seen “The Prodigy”‘s legendary status continue to grow.

Palaniuk doesn’t consider himself a legend. In his mind, he’s still the 8-year-old child of Rathdrum, Idaho, who discovered a dream of reaching the biggest milestone in bass fishing. But by winning the 2022 Progressive Insurance Bassmaster Angler of the Year race, Palaniuk became the 12th angler to win multiple AOY trophies, with his first title coming in 2017.

‘The Prodigy’ surely lives up to his moniker, adding a second AOY win to an already impressive list of career highlights that includes 2010B.ASS Nation champion and six-time BASS winner.

“It’s amazing. He hasn’t completely sunk yet,” Palaniuk said of his second AOY title. “The feeling of winning and that accomplishment, that moment and that feeling when (the emcee Dave Mercer the announcement on stage is what makes all the hard work, early mornings, late nights and tough times OK. Worth it. For me, it’s another piece of the puzzle of this crazy life we ​​live, and I’m glad the pieces fell the way I wanted.

“I feel like every year I know myself better and I feel like I’m fishing better,” he added. “I feel like (I’ve) hit my stride.”

Pocket of Pike Road, Alabama., had a lot of fun fishing his style in 2022, and it paid off at the St. Croix Bassmaster Opens presented by Mossy Oak Fishing. In addition to requalifying for the Bassmaster Elite Series and winning the second Central Open in Red River to secure a spot in the 2023 Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic Academy, Poche earned Bassmaster Opens Angler of the Year on the leaderboard. general with a 15th-place finish in the last tournament of the season.

“It’s been fun. I fish the way I want to fish and I do it my style in my little boat, off the grid style,” Poche said. “It doesn’t matter who you are, whether you’re fishing or doing anything else for a living, if you’re having fun and being happy, you’ll be successful. It took me 41 years to figure that out, but heck I do now and s ‘fun’.

Poche’s attention will turn to the 2023 Elite Series where he has a few circled events on the schedule, particularly the Bassmaster Elite at Lay Lake which is an hour from his home.

The 2023 Elite Series season starts on florida Lake Okeechobee February 16. For a complete tournament schedule, visit Bassmaster.com.

About Bass

BASS, which encompasses Bassmaster tournament leagues, events and media platforms, is the global authority on bass fishing and guardian of the sport’s culture, providing cutting-edge bass fishing content when, where. and how bass fishing fans want to use it. Based at Birmingham, Alabama.The 515,000-member organization’s fully integrated media platforms include leading industry magazines (bassmaster and LOW times), website (Bassmaster.com), TV show, radio show, social media programs and events. For over 50 years, BASS has been dedicated to access, conservation and youth fishing.

The Bassmaster Tournament Trail features the most prestigious events at every level of competition, including the Bassmaster Elite Series, St. Croix Bassmaster Opens Series presented by Mossy Oak Fishing, TNT Fireworks BASS Nation Series, Strike King Bassmaster College Series presented by Bass Pro Shops, Abu Garcia Bassmaster High School Series presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors, Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Team Championship, Yamaha Rightwaters Bassmaster Kayak Series powered by TourneyX, Yamaha Bassmaster Redfish Cup Championship presented by Skeeter and the ultimate celebration of competitive fishing , the classic Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster.

Media Contact: Emily HarleyBASS Communications Manager, 205-313-0945, eharley@bassmaster.com

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Best Book Lover Bets on Winter Shopping Lists https://nalburiyedergisi.com/best-book-lover-bets-on-winter-shopping-lists/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 19:39:22 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/best-book-lover-bets-on-winter-shopping-lists/ By Journal staff | on November 16, 2022 As consumer attention shifts to winter holiday shopping, the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire, which serves parts of northern Buffalo Grove, is ready to help bibliophiles on its list. “When it comes to finding the right book for every reader, librarians are the experts,” […]]]>

As consumer attention shifts to winter holiday shopping, the Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire, which serves parts of northern Buffalo Grove, is ready to help bibliophiles on its list.

“When it comes to finding the right book for every reader, librarians are the experts,” said Anne Rasmussen, library manager.

The Vernon Area Public Library’s Fifth Annual Gift Guide is now available in print from the library or as a digital download from the library’s website at VAPLD.info. It includes 66 handpicked recommendations of books published in 2022.

Adult suggestions range from acclaimed fiction like Charmaine Wilkerson’s “Black Cake” and Emily St. John Mandel’s “Sea of ​​Tranquility” to non-fiction like Ed Yong’s “An Immense World” and “The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man” by Paul Newman. .

There are also recommendations for teens, elementary school kids, and toddlers, including reads like Jory John’s “The Bad Seed Goes to the Library” and Dev Petty’s “Don’t Eat Bees.”

“Whenever you need a book recommendation, you can turn to your library,” said library spokeswoman Catherine Savage. “Whether you are considering borrowing or buying, do not hesitate to ask a librarian for advice. They have so much insight and are great at matching readers with the right book.

The Vernon Area Public Library serves Lincolnshire, Prairie View, Long Grove and parts of Buffalo Grove, Riverwoods, Vernon Hills and the unincorporated townships of Vernon and Ela.

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The week in photos: November 5 to 11, 2022 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/the-week-in-photos-november-5-to-11-2022/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 20:19:01 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/the-week-in-photos-november-5-to-11-2022/ Jason Fuller, left, the athletic director of Lewiston High School, confirms Josh Murphy correctly completes a form Nov. 9 as Murphy signs a national letter of intent to play baseball at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. The 2022 graduate, who is now taking a year off, is expected to start playing for Bryant in […]]]>

Jason Fuller, left, the athletic director of Lewiston High School, confirms Josh Murphy correctly completes a form Nov. 9 as Murphy signs a national letter of intent to play baseball at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. The 2022 graduate, who is now taking a year off, is expected to start playing for Bryant in the fall of 2023, with plans to pitch for the Bulldogs. He pitched and played on the field for four seasons at Lewiston. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Roger Moulton of Livermore Falls addresses the Regional School Unit 73 Board of Trustees and members of the public Nov. 10 at Spruce Mountain High School in Jay. Moulton was one of many members of the public concerned about two books they believe should be banned from the high school library. Moulton wore a T-shirt bearing explicit photographs of one of two books, “Gender Queer: A Memoir,” which was being considered for removal from the library. District residents are appealing the council’s decision to allow Maia Kobabe’s book to remain in the high school library. Several people from both sides of the debate spoke at the meeting. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Mike Small makes a wreath Nov. 10 at his business, Small’s Plantcare at 726 Summer St. in Auburn. Strong demand for his poinsettias has created a tight supply, made more critical by the closure of Whiting Farm next door and fewer people growing due to the rising cost of materials and, in particular, fuel for heat the greenhouses. Small says he wonders if it would be worth growing next year after more than 40 years of growing the traditional holiday plant. He says he also experiences high demand for the wreaths he and his employees produce. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Marley, a 7-year-old Miniature Poodle, is attracting a lot of attention Nov. 6 at the Pause For Pets Craft & Vendor fair at the Lewiston Armory to benefit the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society. Marley owner Rachel Price, right, says she took off this year from having a table at the annual fundraiser after losing her husband last year. “It’s just too much work and too soon for me to do it this year,” she says as another person pets her service animal, which is capable of performing multiple tricks. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

U.S. Air Force veteran Mike Curran, left, of Greene helps fellow veteran Charlie Collins of Lewiston with his plate of food November 9 during the Auburn Exchange Club luncheon at the Green Ladle in Lewiston. Curran and others in the service organization invited area veterans to a free lunch ahead of Veterans Day (Friday, Nov. 11). Exchange Club president Bill Gladu says members have been hosting the annual luncheon for 12 years. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

House District 96 candidate Mike Lajoie helps Annette Braxton, center, and Annie Rembert locate their polling location Nov. 8 at the former elementary school Gov. James B. Longley at 145 Birch St. in Lewiston. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Samantha Williams, 18, votes for the first time Nov. 8 at Auburn’s Senior Community Center. She says abortion rights is the issue that concerns her most. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary

Ralph Sylvester, 98, a World War II veteran from Auburn, and his friend, Arlene Whichard, are greeted November 11 by Crystal Guerrette of Honor Flight Maine during a Veterans Day event at the Veterans Memorial Lewiston Park. Andrée Kehn/Sun Journal

Crystal Guerrette of Honor Flight Maine is recognized Nov. 11 during a Veterans Day event at Veterans Memorial Park in Lewiston. Andrée Kehn/Sun Journal

David Doyon leads the Volunteers Jazz Band at a Veterans Day event Nov. 11 at Veterans Memorial Park in Lewiston. Doyon plays drums while conducting. Andrée Kehn/Sun Journal

Mana Abdi, the first Somali American to be elected to the Maine Legislative Assembly, waves November 8 to Don and Pauline Marsh after speaking to the couple at the former elementary school Gov. James B. Longley at 145 Birch St. in Lewiston. Abdi and the Marshes had just finished voting. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary


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Winged Victory: Book Highlights Abbeville Native’s WWII Service | New https://nalburiyedergisi.com/winged-victory-book-highlights-abbeville-natives-wwii-service-new/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/winged-victory-book-highlights-abbeville-natives-wwii-service-new/ Sometimes stories disappear. Joe Camp made sure a story was not forgotten. He is the author of “Langdon Liberando”, a book on the life of Langdon Wilson, a native of Abbeville and veteran of the Second World War. The book is only available at McCaslan’s Bookstore in Greenwood. While many stories focus on heroes or […]]]>

Sometimes stories disappear.

Joe Camp made sure a story was not forgotten. He is the author of “Langdon Liberando”, a book on the life of Langdon Wilson, a native of Abbeville and veteran of the Second World War. The book is only available at McCaslan’s Bookstore in Greenwood.

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Timothy Hartrey Obituary – Topeka Capital-Journal https://nalburiyedergisi.com/timothy-hartrey-obituary-topeka-capital-journal/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 22:59:06 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/timothy-hartrey-obituary-topeka-capital-journal/ Tim was born in Chingford, a town in east London, England, to Margaret and William Hartrey. His childhood was shared with his two brothers, Steven and Giles Hartrey. He became a citizen of the United States, but he was always British at heart. His soft-spoken English accent has endured, even after 33 years of living […]]]>

Tim was born in Chingford, a town in east London, England, to Margaret and William Hartrey. His childhood was shared with his two brothers, Steven and Giles Hartrey. He became a citizen of the United States, but he was always British at heart. His soft-spoken English accent has endured, even after 33 years of living in America.

Tim received his BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Hatfield Polytechnic in Hertfordshire in the UK. After graduating, he started his career in the automotive industry. His career began at Jaguar Cars in Coventry, England. While working for the Jag, he took a trial desert trip to Phoenix, Arizona, where he met the love of his life, Amy Sanders. Amy moved to be near Tim and they got married on a beautiful spring day in Warwick, England. While still living in the UK, Tim and Amy were blessed with two beautiful twin children, Lindsey and Duncan.

The next chapter of his life was to take place in the United States. He moved to Michigan in 1990 to start working for AC Delco, part of General Motors. He continued to work for General Motors for the next 33 years, his last position as a senior safety engineer.

Tim loved everything about motorcycles and cars. In his youth, he rode motocross enduros and he had an encyclopedic knowledge of automobiles. If anyone had a question about his vehicles, Tim was the one to call. He also had a great love for the outdoors. As a family, they took many memorable trips to Quebec and New Hampshire where they camped, hiked and kayaked. When the twins moved out, Tim and Amy continued their love of the outdoors and became avid cyclists. They have cycled thousands of kilometers side by side. Tim’s passion for the outdoors and the active lifestyle lives on in his children, who now live in Washington State and carry on his love of the outdoors and all that is beautiful in nature.

Tim had a calm spirit and a personality that left a mark on all who knew and loved him. He cared deeply about his family above all else and was a stable and peaceful husband and father.

He is survived by: Amy Hartrey (wife), Lindsey Brinklow (daughter), Duncan Hartrey (son), Steven Hartrey (brother), Giles Hartrey (brother), Aaron Brinklow (son-in-law), Heather Kranz (daughter-brother-in-law ), Mary & Jim Bunn (sister and brother-in-law), Linda Sanders & Larry Wheeler (sister and brother-in-law).

A private memorial will be held by his immediate family.

In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be sent to:

The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy

www.railstotrails.org click on the donate button at the top right

Arrangements entrusted to Cederberg Funeral Home, Frankenmuth. Please sign our guestbook or share a condolence online with the family at www.cederbergfh.com.

Posted on November 08, 2022

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‘Kill Them with Canvas’ is a portrait of murder https://nalburiyedergisi.com/kill-them-with-canvas-is-a-portrait-of-murder/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 11:13:14 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/kill-them-with-canvas-is-a-portrait-of-murder/ Murder is in the air in “Kill Them with Canvas,” the second in Green author Bailee Abbott’s Paint by Murder mystery series. The series is set in Whisper Cove, a tourist town on Chautauqua Lake, complete with a candle shop, bakeries, and a place that sells handmade kites. Let’s talk about books:Horror Anthology Features Ohio […]]]>

Murder is in the air in “Kill Them with Canvas,” the second in Green author Bailee Abbott’s Paint by Murder mystery series. The series is set in Whisper Cove, a tourist town on Chautauqua Lake, complete with a candle shop, bakeries, and a place that sells handmade kites.

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Chloe Abbington and her sister Izzie are now well established with Paint with a View, their art studio which hosts parties for groups, mostly women, who paint landscapes or still lifes while drinking wine and chatting. This week in late October, they are gearing up for an event sponsored by Chautauqua Sisterhood, a women’s civic organization, at a historic stone pavilion.

One of the ladies is the girls’ Aunt Constance, a demanding and emotional widow who is the president of the local Sisterhood chapter. Her brother, the Abbington girls’ father, describes her as “spoiled, self-absorbed and obnoxious”, but maybe she’s just anxious.

When things are going well, Chloe takes a bathroom break and comes face to face with Charlotte and Viola, the director of the Sisterhood North District. Viola tells Charlotte that three chapters are merged, including Charlotte’s. Charlotte is outraged by the loss of her position as branch president. The two women leave the building in anger.

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Alta Journal’s California Bestseller List (November 2, 2022) https://nalburiyedergisi.com/alta-journals-california-bestseller-list-november-2-2022/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 00:33:41 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/alta-journals-california-bestseller-list-november-2-2022/ With reports from the California Independent Booksellers Alliance, Alta Journal brings you a list of the best-selling titles at independent bookstores in Northern and Southern California for the week ending October 30, 2022. On the list this week is Rebecca Solnit’s paperback edition Orwell’s Rosesa new exploration of politics and gardening by California Book Club’s […]]]>

With reports from the California Independent Booksellers Alliance, Alta Journal brings you a list of the best-selling titles at independent bookstores in Northern and Southern California for the week ending October 30, 2022.

On the list this week is Rebecca Solnit’s paperback edition Orwell’s Rosesa new exploration of politics and gardening by California Book Club’s September 2021 author. Solnit examines the life of George Orwell in a new light, from his lesser-known travels deep in the coal mines of England to his involvement in horticulture. The passenger by Cormac McCarthy, reviewed by High, is an exciting new addition to the roster. The novel – the first of two linked volumes – follows Bobby Western after he explores the sunken wreckage of a plane and investigates a possible government cover-up.

For a complete list of titles and categories, visit the California Independent Booksellers Alliance.•

Southern California


HARDBACK FICTION

High

  1. Copperhead DemonBarbara Kingsolver, Harper, $32.50
  2. The passenger, Cormac McCarthy, Knopf, $30. Read it High see againw
  3. Our missing heartsCeleste Ng, Penguin Press, $29
  4. Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrowGabrielle Zevin, Knopf, $28
  5. Liberation Day: StoriesGeorge Saunders, Random House, $28
    1. HARD-COVER NON-FICTION

      alta journal california bestseller list, 2 november 2022, southern california, hardcover, nonfiction

      High

      1. Go-To Dinners: A Barefoot Contessa CookbookIna Garden, Clarkson Potter, $35
      2. I’m glad my mother diedJennette McCurdy, Simon & Schuster, $27.99
      3. The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man: A MemoirPaul Newman, Knopf, $32
      4. Crying in H Mart: A MemoirMichelle Zauner, Knopf, $26.95
      5. Solito: a memoirJavier Zamora, Hogarth Press, $28
        1. COMMERCIAL POCKET FICTION

          alta journal california bestseller list, november 2 2022, southern california, trade paperback, fiction

          High

          1. It starts with usColleen Hoover, Atria Books, $17.99
          2. It ends with usColleen Hoover, Atria Books, $16.99
          3. The Song of AchillesMadeline Miller, Ecco, $16.99
          4. Hail Mary ProjectAndy Weir, Ballantine, $20
          5. Rise of MalibuTaylor Jenkins Reid, Ballantine Books, $18
            1. COMMERCIAL PAPER NON-FICTION

              alta journal california bestseller list, november 2 2022, southern california, trade paperback, nonfiction

              High

              1. Body Keeps Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in Trauma HealingBessel van der Kolk, MD, Penguin Books, $19
              2. Braiding Sweetgrass for Young Adults: Indigenous Wisdom, Science and Plant TeachingsRobin Wall Kimmerer, Milkweed Publishing, $20
              3. Oldest in Los AngelesMimi Slawoff, Reedy Press, $20.95
              4. Sapiens: A Brief History of HumankindYuval Noah Harari, Perennial Harper, $24.99
              5. Orwell’s RosesRebecca Solnit, Penguin, $18
                1. Northern California


                  HARDBACK FICTION

                  alta journal california bestseller list, november 2 2022, northern california, hardcover, fiction

                  High

                  1. The passenger, Cormac McCarthy, Knopf, $30. Read it High see againw
                  2. Copperhead DemonBarbara Kingsolver, Harper, $32.50
                  3. Our missing heartsCeleste Ng, Penguin Press, $29
                  4. Liberation Day: StoriesGeorge Saunders, Random House, $28
                  5. Fairy taleStephen King, Scribner, $32.50
                    1. HARD-COVER NON-FICTION

                      alta journal california bestseller list, 2 november 2022, northern california, hardcover, nonfiction

                      High

                      1. I’m glad my mother diedJennette McCurdy, Simon & Schuster, $27.99
                      2. Go-To Dinners: A Barefoot Contessa CookbookIna Garden, Clarkson Potter, $35
                      3. The Myth of Normalcy: Trauma, Illness, and Healing in a Toxic CultureGabor Mate, MD, Daniel Mate, Avery, $30
                      4. What if? 2: Additional serious scientific answers to nonsensical hypothetical questionsRandall Munroe, Riverhead Books, $30
                      5. Solito: a memoirJavier Zamora, Hogarth Press, $28
                        1. COMMERCIAL POCKET FICTION

                          alta journal california bestseller list, november 2 2022, northern california, trade paperback, fiction

                          High

                          1. It starts with usColleen Hoover, Atria Books, $17.99
                          2. Earth Cuckoo CloudAnthony Doerr, Scribner, $20
                          3. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn HugoTaylor Jenkins Reid, Washington Square Press, $17
                          4. The phraseLouise Erdrich, Perennial Harper, $18
                          5. Hail Mary ProjectAndy Weir, Ballantine Books, $20
                            1. COMMERCIAL PAPER NON-FICTION

                              alta journal california bestseller list, november 2 2022, northern california, trade paperback, nonfiction

                              High

                              1. Braiding Sweetgrass for Young Adults: Indigenous Wisdom, Science and Plant TeachingsRobin Wall Kimmerer, Milkweed Publishing, $20
                              2. Fuzz: When nature breaks the lawMary Roach, WW Norton & Company, $16.95
                              3. Body Keeps Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in Trauma HealingBessel van der Kolk, MD, Penguin Books, $19
                              4. Zen and the art of saving the planetThich Nhat Hanh, Harper One, $17.99
                              5. All About Love: New Visionsbell hooks, William Morrow, $16.99
                                1. Source: California Independent Booksellers Alliance

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                  LCCC professor Cliff Anthony shares secrets as part-time author, full-time writer https://nalburiyedergisi.com/lccc-professor-cliff-anthony-shares-secrets-as-part-time-author-full-time-writer/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 21:24:15 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/lccc-professor-cliff-anthony-shares-secrets-as-part-time-author-full-time-writer/ For Cliff Anthony, a professor at Lorain County Community College and a professional journalist, writing has always been at the forefront. Anthony, who started his career over 40 years ago working as a journalist in India, had a passion for writing news articles to fiction. His first novel “Page-A1” about a fictional small-town journalist was […]]]>

                  For Cliff Anthony, a professor at Lorain County Community College and a professional journalist, writing has always been at the forefront.

                  Anthony, who started his career over 40 years ago working as a journalist in India, had a passion for writing news articles to fiction.

                  His first novel “Page-A1” about a fictional small-town journalist was published in 2012.

                  Now, after more than six years of emotion, excitement, love and passion for writing, Anthony has published his second book, this time taking a very different path.

                  Entitled “Tears In God’s Own Country”, the book takes a look at India in the 1960s at a time of revolt between Muslims and Hindus.

                  “I was a journalist in India at the time in the 1980s, I saw this happen and I knew I had to do something about it,” he said. “The hard political connections of anti-immigrant issues still exist in the world today and are seen everywhere.”

                  While Anthony’s book may be set in 1960s India, issues of race and religion are still rampant around the world.

                  “Last month there was this incident in Alabama with a black pastor spraying down a neighbor’s yard and the cops were called because he looked suspicious,” Anthony said.

                  On October 25, Anthony invited interested people to a Meet the Author event at the college.

                  He read the book, shared some thoughts on symbolism, and answered questions about the writing process.

                  A member of the public asked Anthony how he differentiated between journalism and writing novels.

                  “It was easy,” he said. “I like to use simple words in both journalism and creative writing, and I’ve also relied on following leading prompts like in journalism to jump from chapter to chapter.”

                  Anthony’s work in journalism is evident in his writing, from using descriptive detail to using first-hand knowledge from news stories to discuss certain events in the book.

                  He said he was inspired by the works of William Shakespeare and Ernest Hemingway throughout the process.

                  As for the process itself, Anthony said it was emotional, but also enjoyable.

                  “I like to walk, and so whenever I didn’t know where to go next in the novel, I would go for a walk and the ideas would come to me,” he said.

                  Anthony also recounted a time when he wrote an entire chapter which was later scrapped because it didn’t fit the book.

                  “The process is different for everyone, but I tend to write the whole draft before I start editing,” he said. “If you back up, it’s like driving a car with the brakes on.

                  “Inspiration and writing will happen anywhere, revisions can come later.”

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                  New book launch at Derry’s most historic site https://nalburiyedergisi.com/new-book-launch-at-derrys-most-historic-site/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 12:53:11 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/new-book-launch-at-derrys-most-historic-site/ Casting A Long Shadow: A People’s History of the Long Tower (Colmcille Press) is the first comprehensive history of the area to be produced in over a century. It will be launched at St Columba’s Long Tower Chapel on Friday 28th October at 8.30pm, and all are welcome. Written by Ivor Doherty, Martin McGeehan and […]]]>

                  Casting A Long Shadow: A People’s History of the Long Tower (Colmcille Press) is the first comprehensive history of the area to be produced in over a century.

                  It will be launched at St Columba’s Long Tower Chapel on Friday 28th October at 8.30pm, and all are welcome.

                  Written by Ivor Doherty, Martin McGeehan and Joe Martin, and edited by Erin Hutcheon and Philly Barwise, the new book features more than 30 contributors, including Dr Brian Lacy, Séamas O’Reilly, Patricia Nic Torcail and Professor Declan McGonagle.

                  St Columba at the foot of the cross outside St Columba Long Tower Church. (George Sweeney)

                  Researchers follow the site from Colombian times, through the Middle Ages and the Criminal Law era, through the revival of the 1800s and 1900s, to recent 1500th anniversary celebrations.

                  One of the finest churches in Ireland, St Columba’s Church, the long tower is believed to have been built on the site of a 6th century AD monastic settlement founded by St ColmCille (St Columba).

                  The current church in the Bogside/Long Tower area near the city center is in the same area where the huge Temple Mor Cathedral stood in the Middle Ages in the ancient city of Derry in north-west Ireland.

                  The authors and contributors revisit revolutionary priests, hostile city officials, a graveyard landslide, and a pro-establishment bishop known as “Orange Charlie.”

                  The new book.

                  They discover the story of how the long tower became one of the finest collections of religious art outside of Italy. And, using archives, annals and ancient documents, they attempt to locate the location of the 6th century monastic settlement, the route of the medieval Colombian pilgrimage and the exact site of the Túr Fada (long tower) from the 12th century, which is said to be the tallest building in Ireland at the time.

                  The book contains dozens of photographs, illustrations and old documents, which will captivate both the casual reader and the serious historian.

                  Retailing for £20, Casting A Long Shadow is available now from local bookstores, Colmcille Press and from Áras Cholmcille’s office at the Long Tower.

                  Long Tower Church of St Columba. Brendan McDaid.
                  Long Tower Church of St Columba. Brendan McDaid.
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