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Written In Tandem

Written In Tandem
Author: Andie Madison
Publisher: 7 Seasons
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THIS IS A SHORT PREQUEL (50 PAGES) TO MY UPCOMING ROMANTIC MYSTERY SERIES: MURDER, WE WROTE WRITTEN IN TANDEM Alex Green is the author of a successful book series whose hero, Logan, is every woman's dream. Ellie Adams is a romantic comedy author who has won the heart of her readers with her witty and funny heroines. When they both find themselves at an impasse, unable to meet their deadlines, Meg, their editor, comes up with an original idea: combine their strengths and dream up the romantic, adventurous couple all readers are bound to fall in love with. Only problem: Alex and Ellie aren't exactly fond of each other. She thinks Logan is a heartless hero; he finds her heroines unrealistic. Moreover, he riles her by teasing her about her inability to write an interesting love scene. If they don't want to lose their readership though, they'll have to put aside their differences, trust each other, and write their next book together. EXCERPT "Ellie Adams, the author of my heart," I hear a familiar voice and I meet Alex's gaze, who's helping himself to a glass of iced tea. He's the last person I expected to see and, honestly, I could have done without this surprise. "Alex Green, the author so full of himself he thinks he can be rude because he has a beautiful smile. I could say I'm happy to see you again, but I'd be lying. I imagine you won't be staying long, I'm sure you have other engagements." "Charming as always! Thank you for noticing that I have a nice smile, though. Coming from you it's more than I would have dared hope." "Flattery won't get you anywhere," I retort with a tight smile. My sister who has just entered looks at him with wide eyes. "Alex Green. I love your books!" she exclaims. "It's been a long time since I asked Meg to introduce us--I can't believe I'm finally meeting you." "Thank you." He holds out his hand to shake hers, and Meg, who's coming in at this moment, gives everyone a hug while she's making the introductions. "I would have never guessed it," he says after hearing that Sophie and I are sisters. "What exactly does that mean?" My sister gives me an intrigued look, surprised by my cold tone. "Sophie seems to have all the qualities that you're missing, such as being polite and admiring me," he finishes with a smile. Sophie laughs heartily, but I'm not ready to let him get the upper hand. "Because Sophie didn't see you acting like an expert in romantic comedies while you tried to demolish my work." I'm exaggerating, I know, but so what? I won't let him manipulate everyone around me. "I bet Sophie would have no trouble in challenging herself." "Excuse me, challenging myself? It's not because you didn't like a scene I wrote that I'm going to start questioning myself. Following the advice of a man who writes heartless characters isn't my priority." "Heartless?" he repeats in a mocking tone. "Tell me exactly what's bothering you. Women sing the praises of Logan; they think he embodies the perfect man." "Please. Get down from your pedestal. He's a walking cliché, and none of my heroines would ever want him in her life."
Written in Tandem
Language: en
Pages: 50
Authors: Andie Madison
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-08-08 - Publisher: 7 Seasons
THIS IS A SHORT PREQUEL (50 PAGES) TO MY UPCOMING ROMANTIC MYSTERY SERIES: MURDER, WE WROTE WRITTEN IN TANDEM Alex Green is the author of a successful book series whose hero, Logan, is every woman's dream. Ellie Adams is a romantic comedy author who has won the heart of her readers with her witty and funny heroines. When they both find themselves at an impasse, unable to meet their deadlines, Meg, their editor, comes up with an original idea: combine their strengths and dream up the romantic, adventurous couple all readers are bound to fall in love with. Only problem: Alex and Ellie aren't exactly fond of each other. She thinks Logan is a heartless hero; he finds her heroines unrealistic. Moreover, he riles her by teasing her about her inability to write an interesting love scene. If they don't want to lose their readership though, they'll have to put aside their differences, trust each other, and write their next book together. EXCERPT "Ellie Adams, the author of my heart," I hear a familiar voice and I meet Alex's gaze, who's helping himself to a glass of iced tea. He's the last person I expected to see and, honestly, I
In Tandem: College Reading and Writing
Language: en
Pages: 672
Authors: Deanne Spears, David Spears
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-08-07 - Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
In Tandem: Reading and Writing for College Students is an innovative new text that helps students examine both reading and writing, together in one volume. Throughout the book, students are introduced to reading techniques to ensure thorough comprehension of the material; they are then given thorough instruction in the techniques of writing analytical and argumentative essays. In Tandem recognizes the inseparable nature of reading and writing, and their potential to enhance the learning experience as one, leaving students doubly prepared for the college experience.
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Language: en
Pages:
Authors: United States. Federal Aviation Administration
Categories: Contracts
Type: BOOK - Published: 1985 - Publisher:
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How to Write a Book in 30 Days
Language: en
Pages: 50
Authors: Karen Wiesner
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Guardian Books
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Teaching in Tandem
Language: en
Pages: 197
Authors: Gloria Lodato Wilson, Joan Blednick
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011 - Publisher: ASCD
Co-teaching is an equal partnership between a special education teacher and a general education teacher. They share a classroom and responsibilities for teaching all students in the class. But what does co-teaching look like? How does it work? Are we doing it right? Finding the answers to these questions is critical to the effectiveness of a co-teaching program that is grounded in inclusive educational practices. In this book, you'll learn how co-teachers * Define what effective co-teaching is and what it is not; * Engage students in evolving groups, using multiple perspectives for meaningful learning opportunities; * Resolve differences in teaching and assessment practices; * Respond to parents and students about inclusion and co-teaching concerns; and * Organize and teach an equitable, inclusive classroom. Concise and informative answers to questions posed by real teachers, administrators, and parents help you learn about the components of co-teaching. And vignettes about issues that arise in co-teaching situations will help you start conversations and solve day-to-day challenges inherent to co-teaching. Whether you're already involved in co-teaching programs or are soon to embark on the effort, Teaching in Tandem provides knowledge and tools that you can use to create effective partnerships and powerful learning environments
Travels in Tandem
Language: en
Pages: 226
Authors: Susanna Hoe
Categories: Education
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012 - Publisher:
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Online Intercultural Exchange
Language: en
Pages: 308
Authors: Robert O'Dowd, Tim Lewis
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-03-31 - Publisher: Routledge
This volume provides a state of the art overview of Online Intercultural Exchange (OIE) in university education and demonstrates how educators can use OIE to address current challenges in university contexts such as internationalisation, virtual mobility and intercultural foreign language education. Since the 1990s, educators have been using virtual interaction to bring their classes into contact with geographically distant partner classes to create opportunities for authentic communication, meaningful collaboration and first-hand experience of working and learning with partners from other cultural backgrounds. Online exchange projects of this nature can contribute to the development of learner autonomy, linguistic accuracy, intercultural awareness, intercultural skills and electronic literacies. Online Intercultural Exchange has now reached a stage where it is moving beyond individual classroom initiatives and is assuming a role as a major tool for internationalization, intercultural development and virtual mobility in universities around the globe. This volume reports qualitative and quantitative findings on the impact of OIE on universities in Europe and elsewhere and offers comprehensive guidance on using OIE at both pedagogical and technological levels. It provides theoretically-informed accounts of Online Intercultural Exchanges which will relevant to researchers in Computer Assisted Language Learning, Computer-Mediated Communication, or Virtual Education. Finally, contributors offer a
Sensing the World
Language: en
Pages: 328
Authors: David Le Breton
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-05-31 - Publisher: Routledge
Sensing the World: An Anthropology of the Senses is a highly original and comprehensive overview of the anthropology and sociology of the body and the senses. Discussing each sense in turn – seeing, hearing, touch, smell, and taste – Le Breton has written a truly monumental work, vast in scope and deeply engaging in style. Among other pioneering moves, he gives equal attention to light and darkness, sound and silence, and his disputation of taste explores aspects of disgust and revulsion. Part phenomenological, part historical, this is above all a cultural account of perception, which returns the body and the senses to the center of social life. Le Breton is the leading authority on the anthropology of the body and the senses in French academia. With a repute comparable to the late Pierre Bourdieu, his 30+ books have been translated into numerous languages. This is the first of his works to be made available in English. This sensuously nuanced translation of La Saveur du monde is accompanied by a spicy preface from series editor David Howes, who introduces Le Breton's work to an English-speaking audience and highlights its implications for the disciplines of anthropology, sociology, and the cross-disciplinary field of
Modeling and Analysis of Computer Communications Networks
Language: en
Pages: 399
Authors: Jeremiah F. Hayes
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-03-08 - Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
In large measure the traditional concern of communications engineers has been the conveyance of voice signals. The most prominent example is the telephone network, in which the techniques used for transmission multiplex ing and switching have been designed for voice signals. However, one of the many effects of computers has been the growing volume of the sort of traffic that flows in networks composed of user terminals, processors, and peripherals. The characteristics of this data traffic and the associated perfor mance requirements are quite different from those of voice traffic. These differences, coupled with burgeoning digital technology, have engendered a whole new set of approaches to multiplexing and switching this traffic. The new techniques are the province of what has been loosely called computer communications networks. The subject of this book is the mathematical modeling and analysis of computer communications networks, that is to say, the multiplexing and switching techniques that have been developed for data traffic. The basis for many of the models that we shall consider is queueing theory, although a number of other disciplines are drawn on as well. The level at which this material is covered is that of a first-year graduate course. It is assumed
Performing Women
Language: en
Pages: 347
Authors: Alison Oddey
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-04-30 - Publisher: Springer
Alison Oddey's interviews with prominent performing women span generations, cultures, perspectives, practice and the best part of the twentieth-century, telling various stories collectively. Stand-ups, 'classic' actresses, film and television personalities, experimental and 'alternative' practitioners discuss why they want to perform, what motivates them, and how their personal history has contributed to their desire to perform. Oddey's critical introductory and concluding chapters analyze both historical and cultural contexts and explore themes arising from the interviews. These include sense of identity, acting as playing (recapturing and revisiting childhood), displacement of roots, performing, motherhood and 'being', performing comedy, differences between theatre, film and television performance, attitudes towards and relationships with audiences, and working with directors. The prominent subtext of motherhood reveals a consciousness of split subjectives with and beyond performance. This new edition of the book includes three new interviews with actresses, and is useful primary resource material for undergraduate students on performance studies courses.