Ink Witch

Author: Lindsey Fairleigh

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781539041948


Page: 234

View: 8187

A whole new series from the world of the Echo Trilogy. Three years ago, the gods abandoned us. We've been alone ever since. Kat Dubois is immortal, and she's retired. She's long since hung up her sword and left assassinating immortals to someone else...anyone else. She's now a hard drinking, sass-flinging Seattle tattoo artist with the innate ability to read people's fortunes using her charmed deck of tarot cards. Her days of bloodshed are over, and she has nothing but time--an eternity, in fact--to hide from her past. Until someone from her past shows up on her doorstep with news that her beloved older brother and mentor, Dominic, has gone missing. Kat may be the only person with the right skills--and access to the right magic--to track him down. She must confront her past if she's to have any chance of finding and saving her brother. She must fight her demons. She must embrace the power within her. She must become the Ink Witch. MORE BOOKS IN THE ECHO WORLD: ECHO TRILOGY Echo in Time Resonance (an Echo Trilogy novella) Time Anomaly Dissonance (an Echo Trilogy novella) Ricochet Through Time KAT DUBOIS CHRONICLES Ink Witch Outcast

Pen and Ink Witchcraft

Treaties and Treaty Making in American Indian History

Author: Colin G. Calloway

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199917310

Category: History

Page: 352

View: 5842

Indian peoples made some four hundred treaties with the United States between the American Revolution and 1871, when Congress prohibited them. They signed nine treaties with the Confederacy, as well as countless others over the centuries with Spain, France, Britain, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, Canada, and even Russia, not to mention individual colonies and states. In retrospect, the treaties seem like well-ordered steps on the path of dispossession and empire. The reality was far more complicated. In Pen and Ink Witchcraft, eminent Native American historian Colin G. Calloway narrates the history of diplomacy between North American Indians and their imperial adversaries, particularly the United States. Treaties were cultural encounters and human dramas, each with its cast of characters and conflicting agendas. Many treaties, he notes, involved not land, but trade, friendship, and the resolution of disputes. Far from all being one-sided, they were negotiated on the Indians' cultural and geographical terrain. When the Mohawks welcomed Dutch traders in the early 1600s, they sealed a treaty of friendship with a wampum belt with parallel rows of purple beads, representing the parties traveling side-by-side, as equals, on the same river. But the American republic increasingly turned treaty-making into a tool of encroachment on Indian territory. Calloway traces this process by focusing on the treaties of Fort Stanwix (1768), New Echota (1835), and Medicine Lodge (1867), in addition to such events as the Peace of Montreal in 1701 and the treaties of Fort Laramie (1851 and 1868). His analysis demonstrates that native leaders were hardly dupes. The records of negotiations, he writes, show that "Indians frequently matched their colonizing counterparts in diplomatic savvy and tried, literally, to hold their ground." Each treaty has its own story, Calloway writes, but together they tell a rich and complicated tale of moments in American history when civilizations collided.

Witch Daze

Author: Patricia Della-Piana


ISBN: 0557763339


Page: N.A

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Alfie Bloom 3: The Witch of Demon Rock

Author: Gabrielle Kent

Publisher: Scholastic UK

ISBN: 1407184962

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 320

View: 5926

When Alfie Bloom travels back to the 1400's to begin his training with Orin Hopcraft, last of the great druids, he begins to understand the true power and dark lure of the magic that he guards. When those around him begin to fall victim to a creature of shadows, Alfie must undertake a quest to find the one person who can help them - the witch of Demon Rock.

Lernwerkstatt Herbstzeit 3./4. Klasse

Fächerübergreifende Kopiervorlagen

Author: Renate Osterloh

Publisher: Persen Verlag

ISBN: 3834403598

Category: Education

Page: 86

View: 8427

Der nächste Herbst kommt bestimmt. Herbstfrüchte, Herbstblätter, Herbstwetter - die Lernwerkstatt bietet Ihnen eine Vielzahl an Möglichkeiten, die dritte Jahreszeit in den Unterricht einzubinden. Die Schüler schreiben kleine Herbstwort-Geschichten, beschäftigen sich mit Redensarten zum Thema Wetter, sind den Herbstfarben der Blätter auf der Spur, sortieren Herbstfrüchte nach Obst und Gemüse und lernen verschiedene Bräuche und Feste kennen. Darüber hinaus gibt es jede Menge Anregungen und Material für einfache Spiele. Die Arbeitsblätter dieser fächerübergreifenden Lernwerkstatt sind ohne großen Vorbereitungsaufwand sofort einsetzbar.

Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Box Set

Reap & Repent\Wicked Ink\Witch's Awakening\Her Wild Protector

Author: Lisa Medley,Misty Simon,Neely Powell,Naomi Bellina

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1460330773

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 4009

Four spellbinding tales at one amazing price—$4.99. Indulge your desire for urban fantasy and paranormal romance with these captivating new books: Reap & Repent by Lisa Medley: Deacon recognizes Ruth for what she is: a fellow soul reaper. Their chance meeting sparks an undeniable attraction—and it draws the attention of an ancient evil that would destroy them both. Wicked Ink by Misty Simon: Garrett's gift for violence is tattooed on his flesh. Dory looks like the typical girl next door, but she has dark secrets of her own. When a predator strikes, Garrett learns that Dory is the only one who can save him. But first, he'll have to save her…. Witch's Awakening by Neely Powell: Generation after generation, a Connelly woman—one of a long line of witches—is sacrificed to maintain the magical community of New Mourne. Brenna wants to stop the cycle. Jake, lawman and shifter, wants to help her, but it will take more than his love to break the curse. Her Wild Protector by Naomi Bellina: A freak accident leaves Tara with powers that capture the notice of two shape-shifters—one who wants to kill her, and one who can't help falling in love with her.


The Drama Magazine for Young People

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Children's plays

Page: N.A

View: 9963


The Victory with No Name

The Native American Defeat of the First American Army

Author: Colin G. Calloway

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199388016

Category: History

Page: 224

View: 6144

In 1791, General Arthur St. Clair led the United States army in a campaign to destroy a complex of Indian villages at the Maumee River in northwestern Ohio. Almost within reach of their objective, St. Clair's 1,400 men were attacked by about one thousand Indians. The U.S. force was decimated, suffering nearly one thousand casualties in killed and wounded, while Indian casualties numbered only a few dozen. But despite the lopsided result, it wouldn't appear to carry much significance; it involved only a few thousand people, lasted less than three hours, and the outcome, which was never in doubt, was permanently reversed a mere three years later. Neither an epic struggle nor a clash that changed the course of history, the battle doesn't even have a name. Yet, as renowned Native American historian Colin Calloway demonstrates here, St. Clair's Defeat--as it came to be known-- was hugely important for its time. It was both the biggest victory the Native Americans ever won, and, proportionately, the biggest military disaster the United States had suffered. With the British in Canada waiting in the wings for the American experiment in republicanism to fail, and some regions of the West gravitating toward alliance with Spain, the defeat threatened the very existence of the infant United States. Generating a deluge of reports, correspondence, opinions, and debates in the press, it produced the first congressional investigation in American history, while ultimately changing not only the manner in which Americans viewed, raised, organized, and paid for their armies, but the very ways in which they fought their wars. Emphasizing the extent to which the battle has been overlooked in history, Calloway illustrates how this moment of great victory by American Indians became an aberration in the national story and a blank spot in the national memory. Calloway shows that St. Clair's army proved no match for the highly motivated and well-led Native American force that shattered not only the American army but the ill-founded assumption that Indians stood no chance against European methods and models of warfare. An engaging and enlightening read for American history enthusiasts and scholars alike, The Victory with No Name brings this significant moment in American history back to light.

The Grimoire

Fill the Pages, Bring it to Life... .

Author: N.A

Publisher: Alexandrian Archives Publishing

ISBN: 9780981769929


Page: 400

View: 2579

We believe The Grimoire is one of the most unique journal/magical book on the market with lined pages, beautiful separator pages and of course, Sabrina's inspired artwork. Each page and image was hand designed by graphic artist and author, Starrfire Price to create a journey with each flip of the page.

Witch in the Neighborhood

Author: Lady Isis Rose,Sabrina the Ink Witch

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781480209640

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 92

View: 476

Witch In The Neighborhood encourages the reader to get to know their neighbors and their community and to get involved. Lady Isis Rose shares ways to use your talents in your community. She also shares how to celebrate the holidays around the Wheel of the Year based on what we have in common with our neighbors. It is so important to build strong relationships in our neighborhoods and communities especially in these trying times. Witch In The Neighborhood is beautifully illustrated by Lady Isis Rose' friend, mentor, and High Priestess, Sabrina, The Ink Witch.

The Witch of Atlas Notebook

A Facsimile of Bodleian MS. Shelly Adds., E.6

Author: Percy Bysshe Shelley

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9780824069810

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 429

View: 878

This volume traces the modern critical and performance history of this play, one of Shakespeare's most-loved and most-performed comedies. The essay focus on such modern concerns as feminism, deconstruction, textual theory, and queer theory.

On Not Being Able to Paint

Author: Marion Milner

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 113684483X

Category: Psychology

Page: 272

View: 5297

Milner’s great study, first published in 1950, discusses the nature of creativity and those forces which prevent its expression. In focusing on her own beginner’s efforts to draw and paint, she analyses not the mysterious and elusive ability of the genius but – as the title suggests – the all too common and distressing situation of ‘not being able’ to create. With a new introduction by Janet Sayers, this edition of On Not Being Able to Paint brings the text to the present generation of readers in the fields of psychoanalysis, education and all those, specialist and general audiences alike, with an interest or involvement in the creative process and those impulses impeding it in many fields.

The Junior Instructor for the Parent and Child ...

Providing for Home Instruction in Harmony with School Methods, and Having the Purpose of Bringing the Home and School Into Closer Relations with Each Other: Containing Suggestions and Methods Prepared Especially for it by Noted Writers and Specialists in Their Various Departments ...

Author: Walter Julius Beecher,Grace B. Faxon

Publisher: N.A


Category: Domestic education

Page: N.A

View: 3327


Blood & Ink

An International Guide to Fact-based Crime Literature

Author: Albert Borowitz

Publisher: Kent State University Press

ISBN: 9780873386937

Category: Law

Page: 524

View: 2060

The interplay between crime fact and crime fiction can be detected back to literature's earliest beginnings. True crime has long been the basis of many plots of memorable literature - from Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter to Jean Genet's play The Maids, there has often been blood on the page.

Mrs White Had a Fright and Other Songs and Chants

Author: Myra Barrs,Sue Ellis

Publisher: Walker Books Limited

ISBN: 9780744568790

Category: Children's poetry, English

Page: 24

View: 4915

A collection of poems and riddles, songs and chants, both traditional and modern. The material has been selected by Myra Barrs and Sue Ellis of the Centre for Language in Primary Education, and should be suitable for children who are beginning to read independently.