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Summer Travelin' Book, 81 Adventures in American Writing Vol, 1 By Andrew Kuharevicz
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Volume 1 of A Summer Travelin' Book, Written by Andrew H. Kuharevicz. Almost a dozen stories that span eighty one pages. See preview and West Vine Press for more information. Fiction and writing... More > about the world in which the fiction is created. This book is about the modern or as its been called the post modern times. This is an interesting look into what we all look at each day we wake up. A book about life.< Less
Non Digital Adventures In American Writing (Summer Travelin' Book Vol. 1 & 2) By Andrew H. Kuharevicz
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Originally sold (2012) as two books that were handmade after ripping pages with spit and burning through three small printers and bound with gorilla glue (limited 225 copies each) this book by... More > writer Andrew H. Kuharevicz is an updated West Vine Press Release that contains both volumes of, 'non digital adventures in American writing, Summer Travelin' Book. It contains notes and stories straight out of a fictitious young dying man's notebook and collected manuscripts. The reader will find pages in-original typeset. There are adventures during the great recession with settings such as Key West, Ann Arbor and Chicago. This book is full of lost causes and grammatical stutters, it's harsh and full of learning, but it paints a picture of history that many Americans have already forgotten ever took place. This is for advanced young adult readers as well as humans that consider themselves adults. It's about writing and the summer and losing friends you never needed in the first place. This is where it sort of started< Less
To the End of the World and Back (A South American Adventure) By Ian Middleton
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At the far southern tip of South America, surrounded by some of the world's roughest seas, lies the island of Tierra del Fuego. It's three days into the new Millennium, and Ian is about to set off on... More > the journey of a lifetime. Discover the wonders that lie at the end of this continent: spectacular mountain scenery and a thriving community of friendly people in the southernmost city in the world. Then travel back through the diversity of the long, thin country of Chile where he: goes to painful lengths to hike the mountains and touch a glacier, gets stranded in the desert, takes an ill-fated journey across the Andes before ending up on Lake Titicaca where, on an island that belongs more at the turn of the last Millennium, he gains a fascinating insight into the life of some Titicaca Indians. Finally end it all off with an illegal tour of San Pedro prison in La Paz, led by one of the inmates, Fernando, a drug dealer.< Less
American Dream By Emelda Suh
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American Dream presents a collection of writings that focus on a wide range of topics, from love, hope, and family to issues such as homelessness, patriotism, and the process of immigrating to a new... More > land. These verses seek to both entertain and comfort you with tales of passion, action, and thoughtful consideration, as well as vignettes drawn from everyday life. I will stamp my feet and brace for impact, and I will run for the hills. When the volcanoes from the belly of the mountains roar with hunger, I will fall back to earth, and on my way down, be majestically represented by the eagle. Let me conquer fear and rise with the wolf, for he alone has seen the world in different shades. I pray for morning to come so I can see the glorious rise of the sun, thus enjoying the fruitful harvest of the day. Let me grow in the belly of America and be another American Dream. —from “A Strange Land Called America”< Less
American Dream By Emelda Suh
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American Dream presents a collection of writings that focus on a wide range of topics, from love, hope, and family to issues such as homelessness, patriotism, and the process of immigrating to a new... More > land. These verses seek to both entertain and comfort you with tales of passion, action, and thoughtful consideration, as well as vignettes drawn from everyday life. I will stamp my feet and brace for impact, and I will run for the hills. When the volcanoes from the belly of the mountains roar with hunger, I will fall back to earth, and on my way down, be majestically represented by the eagle. Let me conquer fear and rise with the wolf, for he alone has seen the world in different shades. I pray for morning to come so I can see the glorious rise of the sun, thus enjoying the fruitful harvest of the day. Let me grow in the belly of America and be another American Dream. —from “A Strange Land Called America”< Less
American Dream By Emelda Suh
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American Dream presents a collection of writings that focus on a wide range of topics, from love, hope, and family to issues such as homelessness, patriotism, and the process of immigrating to a new... More > land. These verses seek to both entertain and comfort you with tales of passion, action, and thoughtful consideration, as well as vignettes drawn from everyday life. I will stamp my feet and brace for impact, and I will run for the hills. When the volcanoes from the belly of the mountains roar with hunger, I will fall back to earth, and on my way down, be majestically represented by the eagle. Let me conquer fear and rise with the wolf, for he alone has seen the world in different shades. I pray for morning to come so I can see the glorious rise of the sun, thus enjoying the fruitful harvest of the day. Let me grow in the belly of America and be another American Dream. —from “A Strange Land Called America”< Less
An American Journey By John Cowell
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John Cowell made his ‘first’ visit to America aged 72 accompanying his sister, an old hand, familiar with the American way of life, who was visiting friends in Gunnison, Colorado. The... More > experience made such a deep impression on John that he felt compelled to write this book about his ‘adventure’. Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Arizona, previously just names to him, came alive under the expert guidance of Tony and Eileen, his new friends. The Grand Canyon, The Black Canyon, The Mighty Colorado River, the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde, the Rocky Mountains, the ‘magical’ city of Las Vegas and many more unforgettable sights left a lasting impression on him. He was privileged to see many iconic locations including a visit to Monument Valley, Utah, with its haunting sandstone formations. The history of the Native American tribes is described to him by his mentor Tony. By way of finale white water rafting on the Gunnison River provides a thrilling climax to a wonderful American experience.< Less
An American Journey By John Cowell
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John Cowell made his ‘first’ visit to America aged 72 accompanying his sister, an old hand, familiar with the American way of life, who was visiting friends in Gunnison, Colorado. The... More > experience made such a deep impression on John that he felt compelled to write this book about his ‘adventure’. Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Arizona, previously just names to him, came alive under the expert guidance of Tony and Eileen, his new friends. The Grand Canyon, The Black Canyon, The Mighty Colorado River, the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde, the Rocky Mountains, the ‘magical’ city of Las Vegas and many more unforgettable sights left a lasting impression on him. He was privileged to see many iconic locations including a visit to Monument Valley, Utah, with its haunting sandstone formations. The history of the Native American tribes is described to him by his mentor Tony. By way of finale white water rafting on the Gunnison River provides a thrilling climax to a wonderful American experience.< Less
An American Journey By John Cowell
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John Cowell made his ‘first’ visit to America aged 72 accompanying his sister, an old hand, familiar with the American way of life, who was visiting friends in Gunnison, Colorado. The... More > experience made such a deep impression on John that he felt compelled to write this book about his ‘adventure’. Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Arizona, previously just names to him, came alive under the expert guidance of Tony and Eileen, his new friends. The Grand Canyon, The Black Canyon, The Mighty Colorado River, the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde, the Rocky Mountains, the ‘magical’ city of Las Vegas and many more unforgettable sights left a lasting impression on him. He was privileged to see many iconic locations including a visit to Monument Valley, Utah, with its haunting sandstone formations. The history of the Native American tribes is described to him by his mentor Tony. By way of finale white water rafting on the Gunnison River provides a thrilling climax to a wonderful American experience.< Less
The Making of Bobby Burnit Being a Record of the Adventures of a Live American Young Man By George Randolph Chester
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: George Randolph Chester (January 27, 1869 – February 26,... More > 1924) was an American writer. He was the author of such popular works such as Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford and "Five Thousand an Hour: How Johnny Gamble won the heiress" that were made into silent films within his lifetime. His success in selling stories to The Saturday Evening Post and leaving his position with the Cincinnati Enquirer and moving to New York City to write fiction was the impetus for James Bearsley Hendryx to buy a typewriter and try his hand at writing fiction.He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on January 27, 1869. He died on February 26, 1924 of a heart attack in his New York City home. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Randolph_Chester< Less