Susan Smith Jocelyn “Joey” Fellows is having a bad day.
At twenty-two, she’s a college dropout who just got savagely dumped by her ex, Psycho Barbie. Joey works as a waiter in a pretentious, er, upscale Buffalo restaurant, the Heritage Room, with her best friend Steve, a gorgeous serial dater and gay man candy. He’s had enough of Joey crying in her beer over Psycho Barbie and convinces her to get back on the horse. Joey is adamant she doesn’t want a relationship. She needs time to heal and find out who she is. Steve informs her that she can find herself and get laid at the same time.
With Steve as her cyber-pimp, Joey posts an online personal ad: Newbie seeking erotic adventures. Good hearted, would-be ethical slut seeks experience. Train me. No men, no cheating, no relationships. Just good clean sexual fun. Joey embarks on quite a few never-before anticipated adventures, gets licked into shape, and discovers along the way a joy in sexuality, a new sense of self, and a woman, Leela, who teaches her to embrace life, lust, and laughter.
Susan Smith A novel about history, sex, drag, paganism, death, and the formation of family. Using an ancient myth reset in the queer community in Buffalo, New York, Smith explores gender fluidity, sexual diversity, and the deeper questions of love and identity that make us who we are.
Dr. Rosalind Olchawski is an expert on Shakespeare, Nineteenth century poetry, and being the best friend you've ever had. She's been described so often as ‘warm’ that she’s come to think of herself as a sweater or a pair of mittens. Set up on a blind date at a drag club in downtown Buffalo, Rosalind is mesmerized by the performance of the drag king Taryn. Can a grown woman go mad over a girl who looks like a boy? One night of adventure threatens to tear down everything Rosalind has come to believe about herself, but she discovers the soul behind the girl's handsome face and cannot look away. The connection between them is irresistible, and Rosalind is drawn into a world of love, sacred madness, witchcraft, and gender transgression.
Can love and magic hero to change the course of Fate?
Susan Smith Set in the drag underworld of Buffalo, the sequel to Of Drag Kings and the Wheel of Fate chronicles the challenges faced by a young drag king and an older woman who share a love “outside the bounds”. If that weren’t problem enough, an age-old drama from the past haunts the present and may determine their future. The fates are not always kind, and true love does not always triumph -- follow Rosalind, Taryn, family and friends along the harrowing path of Burning Dreams.
Terry Wallace, Susan Smith, John 'Jack' Smith & Arthur Berk Do Quakers really worship in silence? Why don’t they plan their worship services beforehand? Why do Friends make decisions on church business without voting? Can I know Jesus, guiding and teaching me? Where does true peace come from?
Traditional Quaker Christianity offers the reader a means to explore the time-honored faith of Friends (Quakers), describes how modern-day Conservative Friends put that faith into everyday practice, and outlines the reasons for many of Friends’ distinctive ways. The book’s purpose is to assist people seeking a living faith in Christ Jesus, Who is present and powerful in the midst of all His people.
Traditional Quaker Christianity can be useful not only to the individual seeker, but also as a study guide for small groups of new Friends and long-time Quakers seeking to go deeper in their spiritual pilgrimage. Several questions at the end of each section help readers relate the material to their own lives and provide a starting point for discussion.
Susan K. Smith Traveling along Highway 101 inspires awe of ebony rocks and crashing waves. Traveling with those you love inspires joy from simple pleasures of sourdough bread and Marionberry jam. Traveling along lifes journey with Jesus inspires peace and beauty. These devotionals will encourage the reader to respond to the Scriptures that accompany each thought.
Susan Smith There are many reasons to take a Road Trip. You might have specific destination in mind where it is more cost efficient to take a Road Trip than to fly or use other means of travel. Another reason to go on a trip is to inspect other parts of the country if you are going to move from your current residence. My favorite reason for a Road Trip is one of the best ways for a family to have great experiences and memories. This reason for a road trip is simply to be with family to encounter unique and wonderful sites and experiences. If your reason is the latter, there are a few helpful hints to help make the trip more seamless and a little bit easier, so it will be more enjoyable. Choosing destinations and packing the correct supplies, keeping accurate and organized records, and using the tools available to you will make your trip easier and more pleasant for your entire family.
Edward Scarth & Susan Smith This fifth edition of a highly popular and established book details drugs in anaesthesia and intensive care in an A-Z format. This new edition includes a complete revision of all the featured drugs, the addition of key new drugs, and the removal of obsolete drugs.
Susan Smith Uma máscara, um espelho, um frasco de perfume. É com esses elementos que Susan Smith dá início à mais ambiciosa de suas novelas. Tudo muda na vida de uma personagem anônima quando, num desafio lançado a si mesma, decide ocultar-se atrás da máscara ridente do título e atirar-se a uma jornada de sonho, delírio, luxúria e sedução. "Só as prostitutas são felizes", pensa. "São as únicas que podem entregar o corpo e preservar a alma". O que aconteceria se uma esposa sexualmente frustrada assumisse a fantasia de uma caçadora disposta a enfrentar os perigos e armadilhas do prazer? É o desejo de responder a essa pergunta que leva a personagem a um mergulho no submundo de seu próprio eu, onde o passado vem à tona de repente, e o futuro, cheio de sombras e desilusões, descortina-se numa sucessão de acontecimentos inesperados. Será que precisamos abandonar a nossa identidade para descobrir quem realmente somos? Eis a questão que Susan Smith propõe com A máscara ridente, narrativa em que o sexo, mais do que um fim, é apenas o princípio de transformações cujas consequências serão drásticas.... e irreversíveis.