- The Flaming Marshmallow's Guide to Campfire Cooking
Get fired up and go way beyond the hot dog with simple, delicious campfire cooking. Ever buy a campfire cookbook only to discover it's for people who roll with a fridge, barbeque and everything including the kitchen sink? Well, this isn't that kind of adventure, so buckle up buttercup.
This book is for those rare beauties who like to climb, paddle, hike or run through the woods, play in the dirt and enjoy the great outdoors. If you have to carry your own food, then welcome to very best campfire recipes this dirty gourmet has discovered over ten years of backwoods travelling.
Impress your friends and make a few new ones with over 50 delicious recipes from all over the world to fuel your adventures.
- Until The Last Star Fades
Could you be the one who changes everything?
In her senior year at NYU, Riley Hope appears to be on top of the world. With a loving mother who makes Lorelai Gilmore look like a parenting slacker, ride-or-die friends, and a longtime boyfriend destined for the National Hockey League, she puts on a smile for the world. But behind it, she's drowning. Racked with fears for the future, she struggles to stay afloat amid life in the shadows of a heartbreaking illness.
And then, Ben Fagan comes crashing into her life. Twenty-three-years old, British, and alone in the Big Apple after a disastrous pilot season in LA, the struggling actor is looking for an escape: booze, mischief, sex--minimum commitment, maximum fun--anything to avoid returning across the pond.
As they form an unlikely bond, Riley keeps her reality from Ben so that he remains a happy refuge. But how long can she hold back the truth...and is Ben keeping his own secrets, too?
From the award-winning author of LONDON BELONGS TO ME and LONDON, CAN YOU WAIT? comes a bittersweet story about love, loss, sacrifice, and the life changing decisions we make.
- The Wanderer: The Story of Frank Soo
Frank Soo is in many ways the forgotten man of twentieth century football. In his time he was a household name, his life chronicled by national newspapers in Britain and, on occasions, around the world. He had a successful club football career, playing for many years alongside Stanley Matthews for Stoke City. He played for England nine times and captained the RAF team during the Second World War. He appeared as a guest player for Everton, Newcastle United, Chelsea, Brentford and Millwall, and after the war played for Leicester City, Luton Town and Chelmsford City. His later career as a football manager, mainly in Scandinavia, included spells as the coach of both Norway and Sweden and he took Djurgardens IF to the top of the Allsvenskan, the highest football league in Sweden. Among the many clubs he managed were the Italian side Padova, AIK in Sweden and Scunthorpe United. A pioneer in many ways, Frank Soo was the first person from a Chinese or Asian background to play for England and remains the only one to this day. Whatever the reasons for Frank Soo's disappearance from the narrative of football history, this book is an attempt to rekindle interest in a significant figure who was a hugely admired and skilful footballer, a charming and charismatic man, and a role model for any aspiring young player, now as much as he was during his lifetime.
- How to Complain: The Essential Consumer Guide to Getting Refunds, Redress and Results!
*UPDATED 2019* Here is the result of over 30 years of experience from the campaigner Helen Dewdney, who sports the online persona, The Complaining Cow. Including tips, real-life examples, anecdotes and handy template letters, you are provided with the knowledge and confidence to assert your legal rights, overcome any consumer complaint hurdles and always gain redress. Discover what kind of complainer you are, how you can gain better results and how to deal with the common fob offs companies use. Get comprehensive advice on the most up to date consumer laws you could ever need, how to complain effectively, how and where to take things further when you don t get a satisfactory response and lots of useful contacts. Faulty goods, poor service, bad advice, over charging and mis-selling; it s all covered here. Learn how to take on supermarkets, airlines, energy and insurance companies, banks, and restaurants amongst others and get results. Read how and why she took Tesco to the small claims court and won. Never be out of pocket again! Updated third edition includes the Consumer Rights Act 2015 in force from 1st October 2015 which replaces many laws including the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994 and The Supply of Goods and services Act 1982 and more.
- SEO Law : How can the Australian Consumer Law and Intellectual Property Law be used to regulate the Black Hat SEO used by SEO companies in order to better protect online consumers and small business
In 1991, there was only one website. It was known as the World Wide Web and was invented by Tim Berners-Lee. According to the results of a survey by Netcraft, there are now, in 21st century over one billion websites on the World Wide Web. Since Google was launched in 1998, it has become the world number one search engine site. Although, Google created the need for Search Engine Optimisation ('SEO') and SEO professionals to help increase website ranking among more than one million websites in Google, the term 'Search Engine Optimisation' appeared before Google was established. It is possible that the term was first used by John Audette in a meeting with Danny Sullivan in 1997 or in the same year by Bruce Clay, these people being the first practitioners of the SEO internet skill. Throughout the history of SEO use, many issues have been raised due to the use of Black Hat SEO ('BHSEO') which delivers poor website rankings for small business owners and their clients. This research paper will discuss what White Hat SEO ('WHSEO') and BHSEO are. In particular, it will review and analyse if there are problems with BHSEO strategies under the current Australian Consumer Law ('ACL') and Australian Intellectual Property Law ('IPL'). The paper will also suggest possible reforms in order to further protect business owners and online consumers in the current online market. SEO is an abbreviation for "Search Engine Optimisation", which involves strategies that naturally increases website traffic and place a website in the Search Engine Results Page ('SERP') in response to the search queries of users. This section will discuss what SEO is, types of BHSEO and some significant issues of using BHSEO in the Australian market. There are three types of SEO strategies: WHSEO, BHSEO, and Grey Hat SEO ('GHSEO'). While there is no clear legal definition of WHSEO, it can be explained as a positive SEO strategy, operated by a human, which improves the search engine performance on a SERP. Some examples of WHSEO strategies are press releases, social media campaigns, article submissions to high Page Rank ('PR') websites and Google AdWords campaigns. Similar to WHSEO, there is no clear legal definition of BHSEO. Another name for BHSEO is "Unethical SEO". BHSEO strategies are the opposite of WHSEO and include cybersquatting, abusing meta tags, creating fake reviews to receive backlinks, sending fake website traffic, content farms and using spammy linkbuilding methods. The reason a business owner may pursue using BHSEO is for the advantages of cost efficiency, requiring short periods of time to increase PR, and the campaigns being easy to maintain by software. In practice, WHSEO costs much more than BHSEO as it is manually operated by a human being compared with mostly being performed by software. Some SEO companies use BHSEO tactics to get quick results and payments from their clients. Unfortunately, there are many SEO companies that fail to reach their intended achievement within a certain period of time. This can happen for many reasons. Some SEO professionals do not have sufficient legal knowledge and may become involved in BHSEO through the use of certain software. This may result in engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct under the ACL or a breach of Intercultural Property Law.