The biggest-selling writer of popular women's fiction tells a stunning tale of losing the life you had and finding a better oneInternational bestselling author Marian Keyes is bringing you another masterfully told story full of wit and charm.'Name: Stella Sweeney.Height: average.Recent life events: dramatic.'One day, sitting in traffic, married Dublin mum Stella Sweeney attempts a good deed. The resulting car crash changes her life.For she meets a man who wants her telephone number (for the insurance, it turns out). That's okay. She doesn't really like him much anyway (his Range Rover totally banjaxed her car).But in this meeting is born the seed of something which will take Stella thousands of miles from her old life, turning an ordinary woman into a superstar, and, along the way, wrenching her whole family apart.Is this all because of one ill-advised act of goodwill? Was meeting Mr Range Rover destiny or karma? Should she be grateful or hopping mad?For the first time real, honest-to-goodness happiness is just within her reach. But is Stella Sweeney, Dublin housewife, ready to grasp it?Marian's stunning new novel The Woman Who Stole My Life is about losing the life you had and finding a better one.'When it comes to writing page-turners that put a smile on your face and make you think, Keyes is in a class of her own' Daily Express'Gloriously funny' The Sunday Times'Keyes manages to have you alternately blubbing and belly-laughing to the final page' Company'Not only is it a great story with funny, loveable characters, it made me laugh out loud' Stylist'One of those rare books that will swallow up your day without realising it. Romantic and uplifting it won't fail to put a smile on your face. Marian Keyes is back to her best' The Daily Express'A warm and hilarious page turner' Good Housekeeping'Funny but poignant' Marie Claire'A smart new drama from the awesome Marian Keyes' Heat'Full of twists and turns, with warmth and humour on every page, it doesn't disappoint' Closer'A modern fairy tale, it's full of Keyes's self-deprecating wit' The Sunday MirrorStella Sweeny writes off her car . . . and his. But is it a blessing in disguise or just a taste of more to come? Entertaining and uplifting, The Woman Who Stole My Life is BESTSELLING author Marian Keyes' intriguing tale of finding true happiness in unexpected places . . .Ever wished you could trade your life in for a better one?From the publisher's descriptionKeyes, MarianMarian Keyes is the international bestselling author of Watermelon, Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married, Rachel's Holiday, Last Chance Saloon, Sushi for Beginners, Angels, The Other Side of the Story, Anybody Out There, This Charming Man, The Brightest Star in the Sky, The Mystery of Mercy Close, The Woman Who Stole My Life and The Break. Her journalism, collected under two titles, Making It Up As I Go Along and Under the Duvet: Deluxe Edition, containing the original publications Under the Duvet and Further Under the Duvet, are also available from Penguin. Marian lives in Dublin with her husband.
The DIY ?supergroup? Shopping formed in 2012, respected players on a young, queer, East London scene that counted basement venue Power Lunches (RIP) as its hub. Their sound ? kinetic, minimalist dance-punk inspired by the likes of ESG, Gang of Four, Slits and Au Pairs ? has won them glowing press from all quarters (NME, Pitchfork, NPR), impressive co-signs (Sleater-Kinney?s Corin Tucker is a fan) and a loyal, cross-continent following accrued over three, acclaimed albums: self-released debut Consumer Complaints , a short-run, DIY-distributed release that sold out in a matter of months and was subsequently reissued by FatCat; Why Choose [2015, FatCat], which saw the band touring the States for the first time; and The Official Body [2018, FatCat] ? produced by indie pop legend Edwyn Collins. Along with cleaner, new production values, their brand new album All Or Nothing (out on February 7th, 2020 on FatCat) sees Shopping experiment further with the sonic additions that coloured The Official Body. Jubilantly ?80s synths and electronic percussion add new textures to their signature minimalist dynamic, flourishes that show up on the accelerating zooms of ?Follow Me? and the frenetic, propulsive robotics of ?For Your Pleasure?. ?We introduced both of these sounds on the last album and just decided to be more liberal with them this time,? explains Easter. Aggs ? feted for her dexterous, Highlife-inspired fret work ? went so far as to down guitars for a number of tracks (?For Your Pleasure?, ?Follow Me?, ?Lies?). ?It´s been so fun developing quite a specific guitar style within Shopping, but I think we were all getting a little sick of it to be honest! It felt very stale to just have every song be the same formula so I?m glad we did away with the guitar for a few songs.
Inhalt: (I Never Wanted) To Be A Star (Remember The Days Of The) Old Schoolyard 100 I Dream 18th Avenue (Kansas City Nightmare) A Bad Night A Bad Penny Angelsea Baby Get Your Head Screwed On Back To The Good Old Times Bad Brakes Banapple Gas Bitterblue Blackness Of The Night Bonfire Bring Another Bottle Baby But I Might Die Tonight Can't Keep It In Ceylon City Changes Iv Come On And Dance Come On Baby (Shift That Log) Crab Dance Crazy Daytime Don't Be Shy Doves Drywood Father Father And Son Fill My Eyes Foreigner Suite Freezing Steel Ghost Town God Is The Light Granny Greenfields, Golden Sands Hard Headed Woman Heaven/Where True Love Goes Here Comes My Baby Here Comes My Wife Home Home In The Sky Honey Man How Can I Tell You How Many Times Hummingbird I Love My Dog I Love Them All I See A Road I Think I See The Light I Want To Live In A Wigwam I Wish, I Wish If I Laugh If Only Mother Could See Me Now If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out I'm Gonna Be King I'm Gonna Get Me A Gun I'm So Sleepy Image Of Hell In The End Into White It's A Supa (Dupa) Life I've Found A Love I've Got A Thing About Seeing My Grandson Grow Old Jesus Just Another Night Jzero Katmandu Killin' Time King Of Trees Kitty Kypros Lady Lady D'arbanville Land O' Free Love And Goodbye Last Love Song Later Life Lilywhite Longer Boats Love Lives In The Sky Lovely City (When Do You Laugh? ) Majik Of Majiks Matthew And Son Maybe There's A World Maybe You're Right Midday (Avoid City After Dark) Miles From Nowhere Mona Bone Jakon Monad's Anthem Moonshadow Songbook
My name is Rosa Elena. I am Mexican. For the last years, I have been traveling and studying abroad in order to learn different languages. In the last 16 months, I lived with a host family in France where I got to learn French and I looked after their kids. It was a great experience for me and it showed me that its the best way to learn a different language and a new culture. At the moment I am learning German and I think is a great idea to practice out what I have learned so far, I also love kids and I like to show my culture to others. I am a very reliable, responsible, and sociable person. In the future, I would like to become a teacher for kids and different languages. I speak fluent English and French (C1) also Slovak (B1) Czech and Portuguese (A2) and learning German (A1). I am available starting from the second week of July. If you are looking for someone who can look after your kids during the summer or teach a new language, do not hesitate to contact me. I 'll be happy to do it.
Waterfalls is the last thing that comes to mind whenever people think about Morocco so many travelers are surprised to know that they'll find some of the most amazing waterfalls in a small town named Ouzoud, located about two hours away from Marrakech.And trust me, they are beyond awesome. And if you are ready to explore this wonder of nature? Let's do so.
After a nine year lag, it?s time to get back on the wagon with the powerful and long-awaited album Hang from punk rock mainstays Lagwagon. It?s not that the band broke up or even went on hiatus after releasing 2005?s Resolve. They?ve continued a robust tour schedule, and frontman Joey Cape has released a steady stream of original material as a solo artist and with his other projects Bad Astronaut, Scorpios, and Bad Loud (not to mention cranking out cover albums with his other other project Me First and the Gimme Gimmes). ?I?m writing all the time,? says Cape, ?but a lot of times it doesn?t feel appropriate for Lagwagon. It?s not who the band collectively is at the time, and the mold is constantly changing. Sometimes it takes a decade for all the stars to align!? That celestial harmonic convergence finally happened a few years ago when the band was on tour. ?The lightbulb over the head came on, and I knew what the record would sound like and what we?d be saying. It?s less of the ?90s punk rock style we?re known for. But this is the record my band wanted and needed to make.? Indeed, the overall sound of Hang is darker and more hard-charging than some of Lagwagon?s best-known work, as they address themes including loss, betrayal, aging, the environment, and the plight of the common man. It?s not a totally bleak picture, though: all that disconnectedness underscores the need to make emotional investments, ensuring that empathy doesn?t in fact become obsolete. The album also includes a musical tribute to Cape?s late best friend, collaborator, and frequent tour mate Tony Sly (No Use For A Name), who died in July 2012, just days after the two had wrapped what would be their final acoustic tour. The title of ?One More Song? draws from the closing chant of Sly?s solo track ?Liver Let Die,? but was directly inspired by a different song, one we?ll never be able to hear. ?The last few days we were on tour together, he was writing a song and he played it for me and it was amazing,? says Cape about the song?s inspiration. ?What happened to that song? I can?t remember it. I can?t recall it well enough to say ?this is the last song Tony wrote.? The band plan to release an arc of three singles with accompanying videos, but won?t be appearing in the clips themselves, opting to work with a creative team that will focus on their words rather than their faces. ?I think some of the coolest things you see on YouTube are lyric videos: so sophisticated. It?s filmmaking, it?s about how much vision the person has.? So you won?t see their faces on their YouTube channel, but there?s an easy way to check out the mugs of a band who once played 284 shows in a single year: on a stage near you once the album is released on October 28. ?This is the first record we?ve made in the history of the band that we wholeheartedly agree that we want to play every single song on the record live,? says Joey. ?It?ll be great to play new songs. Sheesh, please!?
Endlich - nach dem Riesenerfolg von "Das Ding" ist nun der zweite Band erschienen mit wiedermal über 400 Songs - "Das Ding 2". In alter Tradition mit Spiralbindung und diesmal mit rotem Cover. Inhalt: ABBA - Dancing Queen ABBA - Knowing Me, Knowing You ABBA - Mamma Mia ABBA - One Of us ABBA - S. O. S. ABBA - Thank You For The Music ABBA - The Day Before You Came ABBA - Waterloo AC/DC - Highway To Hell Adriano Celentano - Una Festa Sui Prati Aerosmith - Dream On Afroman - Because I Got High A-ha - Crying In The Rain A-ha - Summer Moved On A-ha - Take On Me Alice Cooper - School's Out Alphaville - Big In Japan Alphaville - Fallen Angel Alphaville - Forever Young Alphaville - Lies Alphaville - Sounds Like A Melody Alphaville - Summer In Berlin Alphaville - The Jet Set America - The Last Unicorn Anastacia - I'm Outta Love ATC - Around The World Axe - Battles Bad Religion - Twentyfirst Century Digital Boy Bananafishbones - Come To Sin Bananafishbones - Easy Day Bandits - Catch Me Beastie Boys - Fight For Your Right Beck - Loser Berlin - Take My Breath Away Bette Midler - From A Distance Bill Haley - Rock Around The Clock Bill Haley - See You Later, Alligator Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes - (I've Had) The Time Of My Life Billy Joel - Leningrad Billy Joel - Piano Man Billy Joel - Uptown Girl Billy Ray Cyrus - These Boots Are Made For Walking Billy Ray Cyrus - Achy Breaky Heart Black - Wonderful Life Blondie - Maria Blur - Country House Bob Dylan - A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall Bob Dylan - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right Bob Dylan - Hurricane Bob Dylan - Just Like A Woman Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changing Bob Marley - Could You Be Loved Bob Marley - Is This Love Bob Seger - Old Time Rock And Roll Bobby McFerrin - Don't Worry, Be Happy Bon Jovi - In These Arms Bon Jovi - It's My Life Bon Jovi - Runaway Bon Jovi - These Days Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead Or Alive Boney M. - Brown Girl In The Songbook
Kultliederbuch mit Noten Nun gibt es "Das Ding 2" auch mit Noten. Die Ausgabe enthält neben dem kompletten Text mit Akkordbezifferung zu allen 400 Songs die Melodiestimme mit Harmoniebezeichnung. Praktische Spiralbindung Inhalt: ABBA - Dancing Queen ABBA - Knowing Me, Knowing You ABBA - Mamma Mia ABBA - One Of us ABBA - S. O. S. ABBA - Thank You For The Music ABBA - The Day Before You Came ABBA - Waterloo AC/DC - Highway To Hell Adriano Celentano - Una Festa Sui Prati Aerosmith - Dream On Afroman - Because I Got High A-ha - Crying In The Rain A-ha - Summer Moved On A-ha - Take On Me Alice Cooper - School's Out Alphaville - Big In Japan Alphaville - Fallen Angel Alphaville - Forever Young Alphaville - Lies Alphaville - Sounds Like A Melody Alphaville - Summer In Berlin Alphaville - The Jet Set America - The Last Unicorn Anastacia - I'm Outta Love ATC - Around The World Axe - Battles Bad Religion - Twentyfirst Century Digital Boy Bananafishbones - Come To Sin Bananafishbones - Easy Day Bandits - Catch Me Beastie Boys - Fight For Your Right Beck - Loser Berlin - Take My Breath Away Bette Midler - From A Distance Bill Haley - Rock Around The Clock Bill Haley - See You Later, Alligator Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes - (I've Had) The Time Of My Life Billy Joel - Leningrad Billy Joel - Piano Man Billy Joel - Uptown Girl Billy Ray Cyrus - These Boots Are Made For Walking Billy Ray Cyrus - Achy Breaky Heart Black - Wonderful Life Blondie - Maria Blur - Country House Bob Dylan - A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall Bob Dylan - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right Bob Dylan - Hurricane Bob Dylan - Just Like A Woman Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changing Bob Marley - Could You Be Loved Bob Marley - Is This Love Bob Seger - Old Time Rock And Roll Bobby McFerrin - Don't Worry, Be Happy Bon Jovi - In These Arms Bon Jovi - It's My Life Bon Jovi - Runaway Bon Jovi - These Days Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead Or Alive Songbook
My name is Daria, I was born in Moscow and for the whole life I've been living, studying and working here. I've been communicating with the foreigners since the age of 14. I had graduated from a private English school located in Moscow that taught me to be interested in history, cultures and international communications. For the last years, I'm really interested in attracting tourists to visit and observe my hometown and to break the stereotypes of Russians drinking vodka and living with bears. Let me show you the real city, people and lifestyle of the most severe nations of the world (what other think of us). P.S That's a part of Russian humour :)