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Confessions From A Studio Apartment
When the world is caving in on you, where do you turn?
When all that you've known is crashing down, where do you hide?
Sometimes, a studio apartment can be your solace; sometimes, it can guide you to beauty, to safety, to life, to a new beginning.
And sometimes...it can guide you to a sunrise where you find something so far beyond what you imagined, you are left breathless.
About the Author: Brieanna Robertson
If someone were to ask me what I am, it could be summed up in one, simple word: Dreamer. Ever since I was a small child my imagination has run wild. I have been telling stories for as long as I can remember, creating grand worlds in my head and going on adventures that were invisible to others around me. Am I eccentric? Yes. Am I proud of that? Absolutely.
I write about the things that inspire me, both in this world and in realms only seen with the imagination. My heroines are sassy and strong. My heroes are sometimes shy. I have an obsession with music (and musicians) and a fascination with wings. I believe true love does exist, and sometimes it is found in the strangest, most unexpected places. I also believe that family and close friends are the glue that hold people together.
Above all things, I believe in being true to yourself and seizing the day. Life is an amazing gift. Make your experience as beautiful as you possibly can.
Apartment Called Freedom
Ghazi Algosaibi, the Saudi ambassador to the United Kingdom, tells the often humorous story of young men coming of age in a new world of sexual and political freedom.
The Suburban Apartment Boom
With an increase in urban crises arising from a growing population and rising affluence, and the inadequacy of conventional theories to predict the future states of the environment, Resources for the Future laid out a series of studies on the resource base of the urban environment. Originally published in 1968, this particular study examines the increase of apartment construction in the suburb including the extent of construction and the factors behind construction such as population demographics, highway construction and national and local land use policy. Neutze makes comparisons of U.S. metropolitan areas to draw conclusions on new policies which the government should consider in relation to the urban land market. This title will be of interest to students of Environmental Studies.
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