New York Times bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn presents the second Fly by Night novel, set in the realm of the Otherworld. I'm Shimmer, a blue dragon shifter. Thanks to a mistake, I was exiled from the Dragon Reaches and sentenced to work for gorgeous, exasperating Alex Radcliffe, a vampire who owns the Fly by Night Magical Investigations Agency. Every time I turn around, somebody's trying to kill us. But you know what they say: All's fair in love and bounty hunting... A serial killer is stalking the elderly Fae of Seattle, draining their bank accounts before brutally murdering them. When Chase Johnson asks for our help, Alex and I discover that the sociopath is also a shifter—able to change shape to match his victim's deepest desires. Our friend and colleague Bette volunteers to act as bait, but the plan goes dangerously awry. Now, unless we find her first, she's about to face her worst nightmare.
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Penguin, Pages: 336 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780698141926


Spell Weaver Dyami Storm is battling the poison eating him alive. His only salvation is to find his mate. From the moment Dyami stumbles into Summer Sinclair’s tattoo shop, she knows he’s trouble. Still, she can’t help indulging in the strange pull to ink him. But when Summer’s Hunter boyfriend arrives, weapon drawn, Dyami does the only thing he’s absolutely sure of: He bites Summer. With Summer’s powers unleashed, life’s about to get a lot more interesting... plus bonus novella, Mayhem Feral werewolf, temperamental artist, sex god, and the embodiment of rock ’n ’roll. But the usual “Fangirls” aren’t satisfying him anymore. His wolf will take nothing less than his mate, a woman who will not only bewitch his body, but his soul. The only problem is, once he discovers sweet and innocent Hannah, Mayhem’s world is the last thing she wants. Each story in The Order of the Wolf Series is standalone story that can be enjoyed in any order. Series Order: Book #1: Cursed Book #1.5: Wolf Slayer Book #2: Wolves’ Bane Book #3: Spell Weaver Book #3.5: Mayhem Book #4: Valiant Heart Book #5: Beast Rising
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Entangled: Select Otherworld, Pages: 315 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781640632042


In this second adventure of the brand-new Mia Mayhem chapter book series, Mia learns to fly! When Mia gets placed in a beginner’s flying class with kindergarteners, she struggles and is ready to give up! But luckily, with help from her best friend, Eddie, and the superschool’s most talented flier, Mia finally learns how to get off the ground. With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Mia Mayhem chapter books are perfect for emerging readers.
Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Editor: Simon and Schuster, Pages: 128 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781534432741


Menolly D'Artigo, a vampire married to a gorgeous were-puma, is one of three half-human, half-Fae ex-operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. Caught in the middle between the devious plans of a malevolent necromancer and a soul-munching Sub-Realm leader, Menolly's challenges are just beginning. Her wife has been kidnapped, and unless Menolly and her sisters meet the enemy's demands, the were-puma beauty will die. To save her, Menolly must lead an army of vampires into the very depths of the Subterranean Realms.
Genre: Demonology, Editor: Berkley, Pages: 322 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780515154771


Dear Jay, Thank you for the opportunity to share your story. It was difficult to put this book down once you began it. Your book chronicles a glimpse of mid-twentieth century life in Arkansas, as well as, some of your exciting experiences as a charter pilot. The only thing missing from the fl ying accounts were the G-forces. Best wishes. Jimmy Harper, PhD
Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Editor: Xlibris Corporation, Pages: 107 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781425776084


From New York Times bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn comes an all-new series set in the realm of her Otherworld novels. I’m Shimmer, a blue dragon shifter. Thanks to a mistake, I was exiled from the Dragon Reaches and sentenced to work for Alex Radcliffe, a vampire who owns the Fly by Night Magical Investigations Agency. Now, not only do I have to adapt to Earthside culture, but every time I turn around, somebody’s trying to kill us. And worse, Alex is as gorgeous as he is exasperating. But you know what they say: All’s fair in love and bounty hunting… When an old friend of Alex contacts him about a haunting at the High Tide Bed & Breakfast in Port Townsend, Washington, we think we’re on a simple ghost hunt. But our investigation quickly transforms into a deadly fight as we uncover an eighty-year-old murder, a cursed house, and a dark force trapping the spirits within. To stop impending disaster we must break the curse and lay the angry spirits to rest.
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Penguin, Pages: 179 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780698141919


This book originally began as a series of articles, at the behest of the author’s son, for the website Bharat Rakshak. As the articles flowed, the author was then persuaded by his children to expand these articles into something that more resembles a book. It was (and is) intended for his grandchildren to know about one part of their heritage—a part that will likely not recur in the family tree. It was not intended for general publication, but the children convinced the author otherwise. Perhaps the first couple of chapters could be a reader for all grandchildren of today because every family came from similar villages all over India. It also gives a feel for the motivation, and the acceptance of the environment and facilities that were far from adequate to achieve the goal of being a fighter pilot. It is more “episodic” than such works usually are, as it has been written at the age of 80, from the heart and from memory. It is hoped that you will enjoy it.
Genre: , Editor: KW Publishers Pvt Ltd, Pages: 232 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9789385714917


German occupied Guernsey, May 1944, just one week before D-Day. For one local girl, Rose Fahy, despite the fear, isolation and hunger of the Occupation, it is a time of joy and excitement. For she has fallen in love. But her love is forbidden, and if discovered, retribution will be swift. She should not have fallen in love with one of the enemy. Glorious Guernsey, fifty five years later, May 1999. A young Englishman arrives to train as a helicopter pilot. For William Sweetman it will be the fulfilment of a lifetime ambition. However, for Stella Vogel, a wealthy German businesswoman, her visit to Guernsey is something of a mercy mission, to accompany her ageing father as he pays his respects to his comrades who perished during the German occupation of the island in World War Two. A chance encounter brings William and Stella together into a passionate and thrilling love affair. But their discovery of a disturbing secret from the island’s wartime past puts their whole relationship in jeopardy. As preconceptions are shattered they both need to know the truth about what really happened to their families fifty five years ago. Moving seamlessly between the present and the wartime past, and interwoven with exciting and realistic flying scenes, the book explores the dark secrets that families keep and the effects they have when they are revealed generations later.
Genre: Fiction, Editor: AuthorHouse, Pages: 259 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 1456790595



Genre: Law reports, digests, etc, Editor: , Pages: in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: CORNELL:31924070220920


“In her new chic outfit, she looks like anything but a stewardess working. But work she does. Hard, too. And you hardly know it.” So read the text of a 1969 newspaper advertisement for Delta Airlines featuring a picture of a brightly smiling blond stewardess striding confidently down the aisle of an airplane cabin to deliver a meal. From the moment the first stewardesses took flight in 1930, flight attendants became glamorous icons of femininity. For decades, airlines hired only young, attractive, unmarried white women. They marketed passenger service aloft as an essentially feminine exercise in exuding charm, looking fabulous, and providing comfort. The actual work that flight attendants did—ensuring passenger safety, assuaging fears, serving food and drinks, all while conforming to airlines’ strict rules about appearance—was supposed to appear effortless; the better that stewardesses performed by airline standards, the more hidden were their skills and labor. Yet today flight attendants are acknowledged safety experts; they have their own unions. Gone are the no-marriage rules, the mandates to retire by thirty-two. In Femininity in Flight, Kathleen M. Barry tells the history of flight attendants, tracing the evolution of their glamorized image as ideal women and their activism as trade unionists and feminists. Barry argues that largely because their glamour obscured their labor, flight attendants unionized in the late 1940s and 1950s to demand recognition and respect as workers and self-styled professionals. In the 1960s and 1970s, flight attendants were one of the first groups to take advantage of new laws prohibiting sex discrimination. Their challenges to airlines’ restrictive employment policies and exploitive marketing practices (involving skimpy uniforms and provocative slogans such as “fly me”) made them high-profile critics of the cultural mystification and economic devaluing of “women’s work.” Barry combines attention to the political economy and technology of the airline industry with perceptive readings of popular culture, newspapers, industry publications, and first-person accounts. In so doing, she provides a potent mix of social and cultural history and a major contribution to the history of women’s work and working women’s activism.
Genre: History, Editor: Duke University Press, Pages: 323 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780822389507