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APPALACHIAN ANTHOLOGY By Allan Ishmael Young
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APPALACHIAN ANTHOLOGY by Allan Young These 18 stories by Appalachian native Allan Young make up a microcosm of the tragedies and triumphs of life in his home mountains during the last century.... More > Ranging all the way from a fifteen year old girl’s aiding handicapped kids to life and death in the coal mines to various landmarks, professions and romances, these tales are reflections of the author’s experiences on a day to day basis. The reader can readily see that the author writes from experience. If these vignettes are not true, they could be.< Less
Appalachian Cure By Mandy Rogers
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Kaycee Wilder is an award winning documentary filmmaker sent on a mission to bring a rural Appalachian medical clinic to life on film. She's expecting Dr. Daniel Chase to be a crotchety old country... More > doctor, but when he turns out to be tall and hunky, with bedroom eyes, the sparks fly. He's stubborn and dominant, she's independent and feisty, he likes rules, she likes to break them, and neither can deny the physical attraction that's at war with their opposing personalities. It doesn't take long before Kaycee learns that butting heads with Dan lands her over his knee! But just as Kaycee and Dan are finding common ground, Kaycee uncovers a conspiracy that is making the local children sick, and all the evidence points to Dan covering it up. Does she follow her heart or the evidence to find an Appalachian Cure? If you like spanking romances, you'll love this book. For ages 18 and over.< Less
Appalachian Cure By Mandy Rogers
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Kaycee Wilder is an award winning documentary filmmaker sent on a mission to bring a rural Appalachian medical clinic to life on film. She's expecting Dr. Daniel Chase to be a crotchety old country... More > doctor, but when he turns out to be tall and hunky, with bedroom eyes, the sparks fly. He's stubborn and dominant, she's independent and feisty, he likes rules, she likes to break them, and neither can deny the physical attraction that's at war with their opposing personalities. It doesn't take long before Kaycee learns that butting heads with Dan lands her over his knee! But just as Kaycee and Dan are finding common ground, Kaycee uncovers a conspiracy that is making the local children sick, and all the evidence points to Dan covering it up. Does she follow her heart or the evidence to find an Appalachian Cure? If you like spanking romances, you'll love this book. For ages 18 and over.< Less
THE APPALACHIAN TRILOGY By Allan Cannon
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When Andy and his best friend are caught up in the turmoil of changes in the coalfields in the middle of the twentieth century, they take extremely different routes to improving means of extracting... More > coal from the earth—one through mechanization and the other through unionization—and become bitter enemies. Josh loves Ellen, his wonderful little schoolmate with the crossed eyes, and he promises her that they will always be together. He leaves his depressed area, seeking a better life. But he keeps returning to the shadow of the Stoneface landmark. Each time he is drawn back, a more powerful force drives him to leave again. Young Reverend Hawk, an ex-soldier and ex-drunk with a shameful past, finds romance and rancor in the Bible Belt, when he is assigned, against his will, to return to the hometown he dislikes, to take over a problematical church. He is startled to learn that all of his predecessors have died strangely. So he must race against time to unravel all the mysteries before he becomes the next victim.< Less
Life & Thymes of an Appalachian Herbalist By Hassan Amjad, M.D.
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This book is based on a personal encounter with one of the most notable herbalists of the Appalachian mountains, Clarence Frederick Gray, also known as "Mr. Catfish".
Lora’s Stories Appalachian Child By Oakley Dean Baldwin
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Memoirs of her life growing up as an Appalachian child.One that will make you laugh, cry, and bring you joy all at the same time. A look into a women's heart.
Hiking the Appalachian Trail By Chris Miller
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Thinking about the Appalachian Trail? Sick and tired of the day by day, shelter by shelter accounts published by other former thru hikers? Hiking the Appalachian Trail is a powerful book that will... More > satisfy your longing. Just imagine that for the first hike of your life you decided to thru hike the Appalachian Trail. In 2011, Chris "Cleanshave" Miller did just that. With no hiking experience and being physically unprepared for the demands of the trail he still managed to keep hiking the 2,182 miles from Georgia to Maine. Despite physical injuries, financial setbacks and succumbing to Lyme Disease he managed not only to hike, but to fall in love with the trail and experience a profound personal transformation. Read Hiking the Appalachian Trail and put yourself on the trail.< Less
Appalachian Prophets paperback By Paula Clemons-Combs
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This collection of short stories is based on the imagination of Breathitt County native, Paula Clemons-Combs. It showcases the sadness, happiness, and intrigue that can be found in the Appalachian... More > region in which she lives, Eastern Kentucky. From a grandfather's dismay at his granddaughter's life choices, and his "getting the best of her", to a little boy's understanding of what it means to ask for prayer during church, the reader will laugh, ponder, and perhaps come close to a tear or two as each story is read.< Less
Songs of the Whippoorwill: An Appalachian Odyssey By John Blankenship
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During his storied career as a feature writer and photographer, award-winning journalist John Blankenship met with the famous and infamous, the proud and the humble, the glamorous and the plain. With... More > every interview, the writer learned something new about human nature and about himself—about pride and independence, loyalty and steadfastness, honesty and integrity. These snapshots from a reporter's notebook offer a compelling look at the resilient folk of Appalachia from the 1980s to the present. The author's detailed feature stories and personal reflections bring into focus the larger than life characters who helped mold our times for the better, even when facing seemingly insurmountable odds in one of our nation's most challenging economic regions. These meetings will hold you spellbound and keep you turning pages as you explore the writer's fascinating experiences.< Less
Songs of the Whippoorwill: An Appalachian Odyssey By John Blankenship
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During his storied career as a feature writer and photographer, award-winning journalist John Blankenship met with the famous and infamous, the proud and the humble, the glamorous and the plain. With... More > every interview, the writer learned something new about human nature and about himself—about pride and independence, loyalty and steadfastness, honesty and integrity. These snapshots from a reporter's notebook offer a compelling look at the resilient folk of Appalachia from the 1980s to the present. The author's detailed feature stories and personal reflections bring into focus the larger than life characters who helped mold our times for the better, even when facing seemingly insurmountable odds in one of our nation's most challenging economic regions. These meetings will hold you spellbound and keep you turning pages as you explore the writer's fascinating experiences.< Less