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The current focus of the company is music, video and entertainment experiences such as cruises as the book division closed in Its products have been sold throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia through television, print, retail, the Internet, telemarketing, and direct sales. Current operations are focused in the US and Canada with limited retail distribution overseas. Time Life was founded in as the book division of Time Inc. It took its name from Time Inc. Starting in , Time Life combined its book offerings with music collections two to five records and packaged them as a sturdy box set.
Throughout the s and s, the selection of books, music and videos grew and was diversified into more genres.
When record labels were no longer producing vinyl albums in , Time Life transitioned to CD. This company was subsequently sold off and is no longer associated with Time Life. Direct Holdings Americas Inc. By onward, a disclaimer on the copyright stated that it is "not affiliated with Time Warner Inc. The Time Life company was founded by Time, Incorporated , in , as a book marketing division.
Its name is derived from Time and Life magazines, two of the most popular magazines of the era, both owned by the company. Time Life gained fame as a seller of book series that would be mailed to households in monthly installments, operating as book sales clubs. The original publisher, Jerome Hardy, declared early on that the publisher would succeed through a strategy to "give the customer more than he has any right to expect. Other series of high regard covered nature and the sciences, as well as the history of world civilizations.
The science books are interesting as ephemera of their time. The content of these series was more or less encyclopedic, providing the basics of the subjects in the way it might be done in a lecture aimed at the general public. There was also a series on contemporary life in various countries of the world. Some other series are much less highly regarded, especially the later output as the publisher moved away from soberly presented science and history toward sensationalism, pop history, and DIY-themed books.
The books, whatever their quality, are easy to find at low prices on the used-book market, due to their being published in the millions of copies. Some of the items in this list may also be single books not in a series, but followed the same types of themes as the book series. Nonspecific U.
However, not rarely were these translated versions truncated for various reasons. Of at least one book series is known that it was initiated by a local branch and not by the American mother company; the —89 book series Australians at War was initiated by Time-Life Books Australia for that country, and therefore relatively rare on American soil. Time Life no longer publishes books, as its book division was closed in Time Life added music in , selling box sets and collections through Time—Life Records.
During the s and s, the collections released by Time—Life Records catered to a conservative adult audience, with genres including classical , jazz , swing and orchestral music; and the music of operas and Broadway theatre. On occasion, Time Life offered popular music generally pre music, as opposed to pop and rock music airing on contemporary hit radio stations in the United States at the time in box sets.
Although there were television advertisements, Time Life advertised most of these sets in magazines, specialty catalogs and direct mail. In the early s, Time Life began branching out, offering a series of albums focusing on country music. The first series was 's "Country Music," with volumes focusing on a particular artist and featuring eight or nine tracks per album. Twenty volumes were issued, with many of country's greatest artists of the time Charley Pride was the first artist featured getting their own album.
But until the mids, Time—Life did not feature a rock music-intensive series for customers, preferring to cater to older adults with conservative music tastes. Time Life's first successful foray into rock music came in , with a series called "The Rock 'n' Roll Era. Each volume had 22 tracks, and was said to contain the original hit recording by the original artist although this wasn't always true on early pressings of the early albums in the series. The songs themselves represented the most important and popular songs from the period or subject featured.
An essay published by Both Sides Now Publications noted that Time-Life's move into rock music came at a time when much of the adult audience Time-Life catered to grew up during the rock-and-roll era and, as such, the new series was consistent with its goal of catering to an adult audience. This paved the way for more country and pop music-intensive series, including " Country USA ," " Classic Rock ," " Sounds of the Seventies ," "Sounds of the Eighties," " Your Hit Parade " a series featuring popular music of the s through early s and " Super Hits. Like the earlier box sets featuring other musical styles and genres, the country and pop music series were advertised in magazines, catalogs and direct mail.
By this time, some of these collections were advertised on television: either commercials or minute infomercials. I really couldn't connect and I was bored after sometime because the story building was dull. The main characters were also dull as there was no development after their intro.
I liked the twin boys. At least they added some feeling to this story. I skimmed a lot just to finish the book. I think I'm officially in a book slump. Jul 08, Shaly rated it really liked it Shelves: suzanne-ferrell. At first glance you think this was your typical small town sweet romantic read, but its so far from that its not even funny.click here
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Yeah we have the small town, the sweet and romantic but everything comes at a price. Emma was a tough character to like because quite frankly she was nasty to anyone who tried to help her, I totally understand how her bastard ex-husband did her dirty but not everyone has a secret agenda. Sometimes people are just nice without wanting anything in return. So it took me a whi At first glance you think this was your typical small town sweet romantic read, but its so far from that its not even funny.
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So it took me a while to warm up to her character but throughout the book she does grow on people. Clint was your usual alpha with a hero complex.
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I guess being a doctor he wants to save everyone and he jumps to conclusions pretty quickly, like assuming Emma was a neglectful mother when she was anything but. Her twins were a handful and at a age where they just acted out without any thought to their well being. They were only six years old! One thing I liked about this book was the multiple POVs, we get to read from Emma, Clint and yes even Dewayne's perspectives, which gives us a clearer understanding of where each character is mentally.
Overall it was a good book, the twins and their antics made it a fun and quirky read, while simultaneously we get a shade of dark and malice thanks to Emma's ex. So a few things going on but not so much to get you confused, just enough to keep you super engaged!! Oct 07, Alison rated it liked it Shelves: thriller-romance , read , small-town , contemporary , kindle-freebie.
When I saw the second book on special offer the character Gabe rang a bell and so I dug this out to see if I had read it and what I thought. When I realised I hadn't finished it I girded my loins and read the rest. Which is a long-winded way of saying some of the commentary may be a bit vague.
Emma is the sort of heroine you find in what I call thriller-romances. Always married to a scum-bag of some description they are brutally divorced, cheated of all alimony and child-support and end up living from hand to mouth - in this case also supporting a mother with growing dementia. Emma has twins! Clint is a city doctor in a flourishing ER practice.
However, a procedure gone wrong has left him loathing his life and his job. When his uncle asks him to be a locum for his small-town practice Clint reluctantly agrees. When he meets Emma's little boys he jumps to conclusions about her fitness as a mother which circumstances do nothing to dispel. So, so far so good.
Close to Home
A sweet romance with a struggling divorcee two cute little boys and a jaded, wealthy bachelor. TBH I think this was all I was expecting and when the ex-husband reared his metaphorically ugly head it all became too busy for me.
The two sides of the story didn't really gel for me. Also Clint seemed to have a ready supply of family members who could fix all of Emma's problems - need a lawyer - my brother can help etc. So, for the main part those are my vague recollections. Knowing the plan, with Clint telling her to trust him and stay away, she did exactly the opposite and could have ruined the entire operation.
One which was specially planned and timed to overturn her ex's attempts to gain custody of one twin!!! I thought Clint should have called her on her stupidity, her reneging on her agreement to stay away AND her lack of trust in him and her cousin to spring the trap. She didn't even go into the back of the bar - no she waltzed right in the front door. Never mind, I'll give it a go. Loved this book. Close To Home is book 1 in the Weston , Ohio series. It introduces the citizens and heart of small town living.
Well developed characters and well developed story. This book not only has small town charm, romance, it also has alot of suspense and intrigue. When you finish the book you can't wait for the next book in the series. And wonder which character is going to be the next to get their happily ever after. May 18, Crystal Connor rated it it was ok. There were things I liked about this book.
Choose one spelling and stick to it. On what planet would a judge allow a stranger have a visit with a child without a supervisor to make sure the kids weren't hurt emotionally? Would a judge ever consider splitting twins up between two parents? The more I read the lower my rating got. Oct 24, Anca rated it liked it. If you're looking for an easy, quick, romance novel: look no further. This was just that. A story about a nice boy and girl who fall in love, add 2 adorable twin boys and a sleazebag ex, who thinks he can get custody of the boys and you have this book. Sometimes I just want a book I can read, without having to think too much.
This fit the bill perfectly.