Cruise to Success is a hands-on guide and handbook to create a library marketing campaign. Examples and step-by-step instructions assist both the novice and expert in presenting a campaign to attract the campus community to the library’s resources. Step-by-step guidelines How to instructions Clear, concise information
|Author||: Chris Dicker|
|Publisher||: Chris Dicker|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
Tom Cruise is one of the actors in Hollywood that has a lot of controversies in his personal and professional life. He's known to have a lot of guts during movie productions, because he does all the stunts without special effects and green screens. In one or more occasions, he was close to death while shooting. That's how serious this is. However, what Tom Cruise does on screen has nothing to do with his personal life. It's like two opposite personas. Some of the Tom Cruise legendary roles in famous franchises made him an international icon worldwide, but there are a lot of speculations about Tom's involvement with the Church of Scientology and his affiliation to it. In this biography, we are going to cover into some detail about the church and how it affects his life. Rituals, cults and manipulations have been identified when it comes to Tom Cruise's professional and personal life. Unlike many other actors in Hollywood, there's something really fishy going on around Tom Cruise. There's a reason he's the most overpaid actor in Hollywood, even Forbes admits that. There's a reason Tom Cruise have had so many divorces in his lifetime and there's a reason he's one of the most loved and hated actors at the same time. You are also going to learn about Tom Cruise relationships, marriages, divorces and why they all happened. We are also going to cover into some details Tom Cruise's mental conditions, strange behaviors and more. What shaped Tom Cruise as a person? If you love or hate Tom Cruise, this book is for you! That's because we explore both sides. Grab your copy now!
"Activate your weight-loss autopilot--use the power of simple on/off fasting to lose the pounds and keep them off, from Hollywood trainer and #1 New York Times bestselling author Jorge Cruise. Timing is everything. Or, as #1 New York Times bestselling author and celebrity trainer Jorge Cruise explains: When we eat is as important as what we eat. Building on the scientifically proven but hard-to-sustain day-on, day-off technique known as "intermittent fasting," Cruise simplifies your calendar by dividing every day into two easy-to-remember nutritional zones: a 16-hour evening and overnight "burn zone" (semi-fasting) followed by an 8-hour "boost zone" (eating). To help you crush cravings throughout, he ingeniously introduces foods that can be consumed in either zone to keep you burning fat all around the clock. You'll never be hungry if you don't really ever have to fully fast! Putting the body on weight-loss autopilot, The Cruise Control Diet includes: - 50 recipes for deliciously unexpected boost-zone foods, such as Margherita pizza, spaghetti squash lasagna, and turmeric shrimp; - 15 high-fat, no-sugar burn-zone recipes for craving-quenching foods like chocolate coconut mousse and caramel chai latte; - Weekly menus and handy grocery lists to take guessing out of the equation; - Candid testimonials and amazing weight loss results from Cruise's clients; - An optional burn-zone exercise program with instructional photos"--
|Author||: Merry (Captain.)|
|Release Date||: 1853|
|Pages||: 103 pages|
David Carlton is rescued from a deserted derelict ship by John Paul Jones and his crew aboard the Ranger. The story follows Jones and his crew through their adventures off the coast and the famous battle with the Drake.
This is a fantasy adventure on board a cruise ship where cruise guests anticipate a cure for their infirmities from the healing waters of Paradise Island, the cruise ship destination. Select cruise guests are offered rejuvenation on board ship. On the island, the ship Captain discovers his origin. He leads his staff and crew in fulfilling their mission. Rejuvenated cruisers discover the concomitants of their rejuvenation.
Traces the life and career of the popular young actor, discusses each of his films, and describes how he prepares for a role
Captain Lindsay Anderson is a sea captain at the end of the British opium trade. This first-person account, fictional or not, sets the scene of a changing industry and a lost way of life.
|Author||: Alexander Christie|
|Release Date||: 1891|
|Pages||: 329 pages|