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Beck, Timothy James

Works: 5 works in 14 publications in 1 language and 854 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Juvenile works  Bildungsromans  Young adult works 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PZ7.D455, FIC
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Publications about Timothy James Beck
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When you don't see me by Timothy James Beck( Book )
2 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 192 libraries worldwide
Nineteen-year-old Nick, who is known as "the one who disappears" by his disapproving Midwestern family, suddenly finds his anonymity challenged by relationships and opportunities, love and sex, and truth and acceptance
He's the one by Timothy James Beck( Book )
3 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 172 libraries worldwide
Something's gotta give for Adam Wilson. The hunky, sweet Midwestern entrepreneur might have a dream job creating web sites for artists, a renovated Wisconsin farmhouse, and a mom who organizes bake sales for PFLAG, but his love life is anything but picture-perfect. The guys he dates usually turn out to have criminal records, bankruptcy histories, personality disorders, or wives. And for the first time in his life, Adam is ready to look for Mr. Right instead of Mr. Right-Out-the-Door. But where to look is more the question
It had to be you by Timothy James Beck( Book )
4 editions published between 2001 and 2002 in English and held by 162 libraries worldwide
"Practically the moment Daniel turns in his tiara, he comes face to face with his unsuspecting new neighbor and his new neighbor's female live-in who may or may not be Daniel's rival."--Jacket
Someone like you by Sarah Dessen( Book )
2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 157 libraries worldwide
Based on two of Sara Dessen's bestselling novels, "How to Deal" is a new feature film from New Line Cinema starring Mandy Moore. This is a two-in-one edition with the complete text from both novels. "That Summer" and "Someone Like You," plus a movie tie in cover. Rule #1: There are no rules. Just when you think you've got everything figured out for yourself, things get turned upside down. Families change. Lives end. New lives begin. And love sneaks up on you when you least expect it. The trick is finding that one person you can always count on, that one person who will throw out the rules and help you figure out how to deal with it all. Here, from acclaimed author Sarah Dessen, are two books about girls who stick together and manage to get it right, the two books that served as inspiration for the film How to Deal, starring Mandy Moore. Read them, and you'll see where Halley and Scarlett's story began. For more on this hot new movie check out the official How to Deal website! Halley is a young high school student who is disillusioned with love after seeing the many dysfunctional relationships around her. Her parents are now divorced and her father has a new young girlfriend she doesn't care for too much. Her mother is now always alone; and her sister is so overwhelmed by her upcoming wedding that she barely exists in the house anymore. On top of that, the shallowness of all the girls and guys at their school convinces Halley that finding true love is impossible. A tragic accident, however, leads her to meeting Macon, and suddenly Halley finds that true love can occur under unusual circumstances. In Halley's junior year she faces the death of her best friend Scarlett's boyfriend, Scarlett's pregnancy, and Halley's own first relationship, and during the summer of her divorced father's remarriage and her sister's wedding, Haven lets go the myths of the past
I'm your man by Timothy James Beck( Book )
3 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 132 libraries worldwide
A wedding, a baby, a gossip columnist with an agenda, a glam-goth teenager, an executive assistant who looks like Jennifer Lopez, a massage therapist, a career change, a centuries-old rift between two New Age dowagers, and a mouthy parrot. What do these things have in common? They all complicate the lives of ad exec Blaine Dunhill and soap star Daniel Stephenson in Timothy James Beck's third novel, I'M YOUR MAN. Can two nice Midwestern boys living in Manhattan accept that sometimes being in control means letting go?
Alternative Names
Beck, Timothy
Timothy James Beck American writer
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