'Anyone with skin complaints needs to read this book' - Tej Lalvani For more than 20 years, Hanna Sillitoe suffered from severe psoriasis, eczema and acne. They dominated her life and shattered her confidence. When her doctor told her the only remaining treatment was a chemotherapy drug, Hanna took matters into her own hands and started researching a natural solution. She changed her lifestyle dramatically and cut out caffeine, alcohol, added sugar, dairy, wheat and nightshades.Five years on, Hanna is free from all skin complaints and has gathered a huge online audience. Following the success of her first book, Radiant, and the launch of her new skincare range, for which she won support from Peter Jones and Tej Lalvani on BBC's Dragons' Den, this new book shows you how to apply Hanna's skincare advice to your everyday life with small, achievable changes that yield long-term, sustainable results. Based around 5 key areas or pillars, Hanna covers Diet with delicious recipes to heal you from within, Mind with advice on meditation and self-care, Exercise with tips on how to get into a healthy routine, Sleep with advice and remedies for a good night's rest, and Skincare with luxurious homemade lotions and creams. It's everything you need to take control of your health and achieve calm, clear skin.
An empire of processed foods on the verge of world domination. A broccoli terrorist with nothing to lose. New Eaton is a futuristic metropolis where obese humans live lavishly among processed foods. Vegetables are second-class citizens, used for sinister experiments that keep the city alive. A trio of salt, sugar, and fat called the Triumvirate rule with brute force to keep the vegetables in submission. Brocc is a broccoli with a mysterious past who wants to take down the Triumvirate, even if it means sacrificing himself. He and his terrorist group, the Vegans, launch a devastating attack that throws the city into chaos. But when things go wrong, Brocc takes an innocent human hostage in order to save himself, creating a power struggle with the Triumvirate that will change the fate of all food forever. This is the first book in the sci-fi fantasy saga, Eaten, by Michael La Ronn. It's a wholesome blend fantasy, action/adventure, and cyberpunk, with humor added for taste. VEGETABLES JUST GOT COMPLICATED. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anthony Bianco. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/026067/bk_acx0_026067_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
From the age of five, when he helped his deaf father negotiate advertising contracts, Richard Desmond has always had an eye for business. In The Real Deal he offers a no-holds-barred account of an extraordinary career that has taken him from cloakroom attendant at a north London club to billionaire media owner. En route he tells of his early life as a rock and roll drummer, his first steps in the world of magazine publishing as a purveyor of leisure and top-shelf titles, and finally, after decades of paying his dues building smaller brands, his arrival in the big league with the launch of OK! magazine and the acquisition of Express Newspapers, his purchase and sale of Channel 5, and his £80 million investment in the Health Lottery, combining business innovation with help for good causes. Along the way he imparts many of the secrets of his astounding success as well as giving his forthright opinion (and he always has one) on such diverse subjects as politicians, religion, and the similarities between being a rock and roll drummer and running a business - as well as his views on a cast of characters ranging from Alan Sugar to Victoria Beckham and from Simon Cowell to Jennifer Aniston. Often controversial, frequently revelatory, always entertaining, The Real Deal is the brilliantly frank account of a life spent at the sharp end. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Richard Desmond. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/002098/bk_rhuk_002098_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Shortlisted for the CWA best first crime novel.It is the summer of 1987. It is three years away from the world wide web being inaugurated. It is 10 years before the first accessible mobile phone, and a whole 21 years before they launch the first iPhone. "It’s a Sin" by the Pet Shop Boys is number one in the charts, available on cassette and vinyl.The sun is rising on political correctness, yet news of this has yet to reach Nottingham CID. AIDS is rife. Hugging is for hippies, and the author of this book has recently been appointed a detective in the CID. Some things are the same as today - people still get bludgeoned to death in their own homes. Same as it ever was. You just can’t tweet about it yet. Detective Inspector Stark and his team of detectives investigate the brutal murder of the Marriott family discovered in their own homes. The murderer? It could be Charles Lyon, wealthy but pathetic sugar daddy, Winston Kelly, notorious Rastafarian drug dealer with psychotic tendencies, Stan Tindle, the burglar who is seen in the location at the time of the offence, or...? Stark struggles to keep a lid on his secret anxiety and his team strives to get to the truth, which remains just outside of their grasp, until they obtain a clue from an unlikely source, but by then, it is too late... About the author: The author is a former real-life detective, who revisits his critically acclaimed, gritty debut, with new scenes and new characters for fans of crime novels and thrillers or those merely intrigued enough to explore the depths to which humanity can sink.Praise for this book:"A most promising debut..." (Marcel Berlins, The Times)"A very well-crafted plot." (Jay Iliff, Sunday Express) "Wright decided to write his own crime novel, and jolly good it is too." (The Citizen) "The writing is very reminiscent of Raymond Chandler. Wright pulls no punches. If 1. Language: English. Narrator: Keith Wright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/182881/bk_acx0_182881_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Austin A40 Farina was a compact car introduced by the British Motor Corporation in 1958. It was designed by Pininfarina of Italy. The A40 designation had been used on previous Austins, but the "Farina" suffix was new with this car, it was latter applied to larger Austins which were also styled by Pininfarina. At a time when Turin auto- design studios were, for the most part, consulted only by builders of expensive "exotic" cars, the manufacturers made much of the car's Italian styling, with both "Pinin" Farina and his son Sergio being present at the car's UK launch. The Farina name was not used in Sweden, where the car received the name "Futura" because a mix-up with a common type of brown sugar with a similar name was believed to be unavoidable.
Nutritionist Sarah Flower has been a big fan of the Halogen Oven since its launch and uses her own every day to cook for her family. Following her bestselling The Everyday Halogen Oven Cookbook, she shows you how versatile your Halogen Oven can be and how you can use it to bake bread, cupcakes, cakes, pastries, biscuits, puddings and savouries. Whether you're baking for coffee breaks, tea time, picnics, or any family occasion you'll find nearly 150 savoury and sweet treats in this book, including many of your favourites - plus lots of new baking ideas. This is a book of indulgence, baking and yumminess - grab your pinny and get cooking! Contents: Introduction 1. Using Your Halogen Oven 2. Top Baking Tips 3. Tasty Savouries 4. The Bakery - Bread and More... 5. Cupcakes, Muffins and Fairy Dust 6. Sugar, Spice and All Things Nice - Great Cakes and Fancies 7. The Coffee Break - Dunkable Biscuits and Treats 8. Tart it Up and Roll It Out 9. The Big Finish - Delightful Desserts Index.
'This chronicle of 2012 is a slice of what happened during a watershed year for the Hollywood movie industry. It´s not the whole story, but it´s a mosaic of what went on, and why, and of where things are heading.' What changed in one Hollywood year to produce a record-breaking box office after two years of decline? How can the Sundance Festival influence a film´s fate, as it did for Beasts of the Southern Wild and Searching for Sugar Man, which both went all the way to the Oscars? Why did John Carter misfire and The Hunger Games succeed? How did maneuvers at festivals such as South by Southwest (SXSW), Cannes, Telluride, Toronto, and New York and at conventions such as CinemaCon and Comic-Con benefit Amour, Django Unchained, Moonrise Kingdom, Silver Linings Playbook, Les Misérables, The Life of Pi, The Avengers, Lincoln, and Argo? What jeopardized Zero Dark Thirty´s launch? What role does gender bias still play in the industry? What are the ten things that changed the 2012 Oscar race? When it comes to film, Anne Thompson, a seasoned reporter and critic, addresses these questions and more on her respected daily blog, Thompson on Hollywood. Each year, she observes the Hollywood machine at work: the indies at Sundance, the exhibitors´ jockeying at CinemaCon, the international scene at Cannes, the summer tentpoles, the fall´s 'smart' films and festivals, the family-friendly and big films of the holiday season, and the glamour of the Oscars®. Inspired by William Goldman´s classic book The Season, which examined the overall Broadway scene through a production-by-production analysis of one theatrical season, Thompson had long wanted to apply a similar lens to the movie business. When she chose 2012 as 'the year' to track, she knew that box-office and DVD sales were declining, production costs were soaring, and the digital revolution was making big waves, but she had no idea that events would converge to bring radical structural movement, record-setting box-office revenues, and what she calls 'sublime moviemaking.' Though impossible to mention all 670-plus films released in 2012, Thompson includes many in this book, while focusing on the nine Best Picture nominees and the personalities and powers behind them. Reflecting on the year, Thompson concludes, 'The best movies get made because filmmakers, financiers, champions, and a great many gifted creative people stubbornly ignore the obstacles. The question going forward is how adaptive these people are, and how flexible is the industry itself?'
GET IN THE BEST SHAPE OF YOUR LIFE In The Programme, Jessie Pavelka, popular fitness expert and star trainer of The Biggest Loser, delivers a practical guide for being healthy, living well and losing weight based on four essential building blocks Jessie has found to be key to lasting success with countless clients: *EAT: flavourful and healthy recipes using basic, common ingredients that are high protein and low in sugar and carbs *SWEAT: a high-intensity interval training programme and morning workouts that yield quick results *THINK: easy-to-use exercises that combine elements of yoga, biometrics and mindfulness *CONNECT: the book will help you build the strong relationships you need to foster a healthier life and readers will be able to share their progress and struggles with an online community that will launch with the book. Jessie also provides a maintenance plan that readers can use to ensure their results last. The Programme is a positive, sane way to lose weight and achieve good health by making small changes, finding balance and, ultimately, getting back to basics.
From the age of five, when he helped his deaf father negotiate advertising contracts, Richard Desmond has always had an eye for business. In The Real Deal he offers a no-holds-barred account of an extraordinary career that has taken him from cloakroom attendant at a north London club to billionaire media owner. En route he tells of his early life as a rock and roll drummer, his first steps in the world of magazine publishing as a purveyor of leisure and top-shelf titles, and finally, after decades of paying his dues building smaller brands, his arrival in the big league with the launch of OK! magazine and the acquisition of Express Newspapers, his purchase and sale of Channel 5, and his £80 million investment in the Health Lottery, combining business innovation with help for good causes. Along the way, he imparts many of the secrets of his astounding success, as well as giving his forthright opinion (and he always has one) on such diverse subjects as politicians, religion, and the similarities between being a rock and roll drummer and running a business - as well as his views on a cast of characters ranging from Alan Sugar to Victoria Beckham and from Simon Cowell to Jennifer Aniston. Often controversial, frequently revelatory, always entertaining, The Real Deal is the brilliantly frank account of a life spent at the sharp end.