Free arts and entertainment Kindle books for 04 May 15

Cat’s Claw (The Tomahawk Book 2)

by Elane Hale

Victor Moore, thought he had finally found happiness. The woman that he loves is back in his arms, his team is stronger than ever. But in his line of work hope for the best but expect the worst. The team will take on a ruthless drug dealer, whose means to get back the ones he loves will put Moore’s family in danger.

Cat’s Claw moves at jet speed blurring the lines of what you would do for love.



Meditation Coloring Time: Calm, Relax and Meditation Coloring Books and Templates (Meditation coloring book, calm, zen and tao coloring book for adults 3)

by Jenna Neuville

Note: Kindle version is just a preview version of the paperback book, its purpose is that you see pictures which are inside prior to buying. Since Amazon doesn’t offer a $0 price for Kindle, this one was the lowest.

Meditation is an approach to training the mind, similar to the way that fitness is an approach to training the body. But many meditation techniques exist. Meditation coloring book will help you expand your meditation even further.

Meditation is the art of focusing 100% of your attention in one area. The practice comes with a myriad of well-publicized health benefits including increased concentration, decreased anxiety, and a general feeling of happiness. By using

Meditation coloring book

you’ll notice calm and relax feeling of satisfaction which will occupy your whole being or zen.

Meditation coloring book comes with lots of templates which will guide you through whole another journey of experiencing extraterrestrial ways to nirvana and self accomplishment.

You can use these sacred circles to help you find tranquility and balance in your life. Featuring customizable mandala drawings, this book encourages you to use your imagination to create vibrant patterns that reveal your hidden creative potential and bring you closer to your true self. Each intricate design will draw your eye inward, shifting your focus toward your center and allowing you to fully relax your mind as you express yourself through these beautifully complex illustrations.



A Galaxy of Possibilities: Representation and Storytelling in Star Wars

by Natacha Guyot

Star Wars has been a best-selling franchise since its creation in 1977. In the media landscape and audiences’ imagination, its longevity isn’t surprising, given the efficient narrative models and strong multiple influences it possesses. Fictional universes of this importance that are meant for audiences of many ages have a responsibility in terms of representation and inclusiveness.

This collection of essays looks at different aspects and eras of the Star Wars universe: movies, television series, video games, and novels. It addresses portrayal of children, women, ethnic diversity, and disability; and whether they offer positive and layered images of both heroes and villains.

Almost forty years of narratives of plural forms has pitted Star Wars against societal and media evolutions, thus affecting narrative approaches and choices. A Galaxy of Possibilities explores some of their impacts on the franchise.



Rockopedia-MikeOldfield

by Karl Dallas

This is an entry in Rockopedia, my “experiment in autobiography”, based around the lives (and, sadly, in too many cases, the deaths) of people I have known and written about since my first article was published in Melody Maker, on July 7, 1957. It is very much a work in progress, and further entries will be added as and when they have been completed.

This one is devoted to fun and games with Mike Oldfield, of Tubular Bells fame.



The Lie That Tells the Truth

by Karl Dallas

The Lie That Tells the Truth: UPDATED EDITION including Elvis Presley article and Politics of the Folk Revival.
Al Kooper (Blood Sweat and Tears, Blue Project), said of Karl Dallas:
“This guy who did it is a real good writer, and you can tell him so, for what it’s worth, coming from me.””
This selection of longer critical writings by Karl Dallas ranges widely, from Bob Dylan and folk-rock diva Sandy Denny to Frank Zappa, Bob Marley and Pink Floyd, from Brecht’s Mother Courage to Aleksandr Blok’s The 12, from Tony Harrison and Ted Hughes to Anne Rice’s Interview With a Vampire, from Bill Gates and “the malignant growth of the personal computer” to the Marxist critic, Christopher Caudwell, chronologically from 1971 to the present day (though he actually published his first major piece in 1948).
A collection of his shorter writings is in preparation.



Rockopedia-Bob Marley, 1975

by Karl Dallas

Bob Marley talks to Karl Dallas about Babylon, prejudice, and music.
First published in Melody Maker July 26, 1975.

Bob Marley Quotes:
“Nigger mean doom. I a rasta. You can’t free death. I life.”
“Sometime I can dig music, I can dig instrumental music. But lyrics important. Well, I want to tell you the whole thing complete is the important thing.”
“I don’t see reggae music as like the twist, I see reggae music as music,” he said. “When people say reggae them expect a type of music. As far as me is concerned, I never give it a name. Just play music.”
“Once you put it in a bag and call it reggae and then mebbe you listen with your ear and think you hear a single thing. Because music wide, music go everywhere.”
“That’s why people expect reggae to be a one type of thing but it’s not that. This music, man, is not music of a day. It have to be real.”



Rockopedia-Introduction

by Karl Dallas

This is the introduction to Rockopedia, my “experiment in autobiography”, based around the lives (and, sadly, in too many cases, the deaths) of people I have known and written about since my first article was published in Melody Maker, on July 7, 1957. It is very much a work in progress, and further entries will be added as and when they have been completed.



Rockopedia-SandyDenny

by Karl Dallas

This is an entry in Rockopedia, my “experiment in autobiography”, based around the lives (and, sadly, in too many cases, the deaths) of people I have known and written about since my first article was published in Melody Maker, on July 7, 1957. It is very much a work in progress, and further entries will be added as and when they have been completed.
This section is devoted to the life and work of the brilliant English singer, Sandy Denny, and includes interviews, record reviews, the story of how I had her last concert recorded, and the obituary I published after her death,



Rockopedia: In Memoriam Frank Sinatra

by Karl Dallas

This is an entry in Rockopedia, my “experiment in autobiography”, based around the lives (and, sadly, in too many cases, the deaths) of people I have known and written about since my first article was published in Melody Maker, on July 7, 1957. It is very much a work in progress, and further entries will be added as and when they have been completed.
This one is devoted to two articles about Frank Sinatra – a long extract from my book, “Singers of an Empty Day”, and a review of “When Ol’ Blue-Eyes Was a Red”.



Sexy Photo of Asian Girls (Vol.5)

by Kate Sketa

Sexy Photo of Asian Girls (Vol.5)

Download your copy today and start enjoying these nasty young women and their amazing bodies.



Zentangle Basics: 12 Simple Patterns for Creating Amazing Zentangle Forms for Enjoiment and Pleasure (Zentangle Basics Books, zentangle for beginners, zentangle patterns)

by Barry Rogers

Zentangle Basics (FREE Bonus Included)

12 Simple Patterns for Creating Amazing Zentangle Forms for Enjoiment and Pleasure

Art has a unique way to alter one’s’ thoughts and can bring about floods of emotions and memories. Creating art can just as effectively have beneficial reactions for the artist, which is especially true for those who create zentangle. This unique style of art leads to a meditative experience for the individual creating the piece. Although this form of art gives the appearance of being quite complex and intricate the process of creating a zentangle is actually based upon the simple easy to draw shapes. There are no elaborate technique you need to master and now jumbo art kit necessary. Zentangle Basics: 12 Simple Patterns for Creating Amazing Zentangle Forms, Tangles for Enjoyment and Pleasure guides you through the easy process of creating your own zentangle art. Amateur and professionals alike can benefit form the creative patterns and suggestions included in this book.

Not only is zentangle a highly creative art form but also the repetition of the patterns can quickly calm and relieve stress for the person creating it. With this art form there are no complex skills to master, no anticipated outcome for what your work should look like. This style of art focuses on letting the artwork grow and be created in the moment without expectations. This beautiful style of art can easily be accomplished by anyone who attempts it.

Some of the basic elements covered in this book include:

  • What is meditative art?
  • The two tools need to begin
  • The basic elements to create your own artwork
  • Ideas for altering patterns
  • Guidelines to begin your zentangle with

Getting Your FREE Bonus

Download this book, and find “BONUS: Your FREE Gift” chapter right after the introduction or after the conclusion.

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