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My Own Hike By Nancy Shepherd
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At the age of 41, and having never backpacked more than thirty miles in her life, Nancy Shepherd sets off to hike the 2,168 miles of the Appalachian Trail. “My Own Hike” follows along as... More > she grows from an inexperienced hiker into a confident long-distance backpacker and gains the self-assurance to go beyond the perceived “rules” of the trail and end the hike on her own terms.< Less
The Laurel Spur By Roland D. Mullins
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The Laurel Spur is about Appalachian family life, 1800s to present, filtered through the philosophy, psychology, political and religious viewpoint of Kentucky educator, corporate executive, and... More > politician Roland Mullins. It is an exploration of the land and the people who have shaped his life. It is an examination of a seventy year old family secret. It is a meditation on religion and a desire to know and to be. It is a soliloquy on thought and a search for higher meaning.< Less
The Laurel Spur By Roland D. Mullins
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The Laurel Spur is about Appalachian family life, 1800s to present, filtered through the philosophy, psychology, political and religious viewpoint of Kentucky educator, corporate executive, and... More > politician Roland Mullins. It is an exploration of the land and the people who have shaped his life. It is an examination of a seventy year old family secret. It is a meditation on religion and a desire to know and to be. It is a soliloquy on thought and a search for higher meaning.< Less
Pine Flower By Tony Nelson
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Nature-based philosophical poetry written over a five year period while the author was a ranger in the Southern Appalachian Mountains.
Hillbilly Rich By Jeff Kerr
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The stories in Hillbilly Rich depict modern life in the Appalachian mountains on the Kentucky and Virginia border, a landscape beautiful and ruined simultaneously. A man sees the wildness and freedom... More > he once had in the form of a red wolf. A retired coal miner turns to art to express himself. A coal truck driver is confronted with violence. Teenage boys turn to cruelty to express the desolation and anger inside of them. A country musician returned to his Appalachian home lives as a recluse and addict. A young boy living between the two worlds of Chicago and the mountains is haunted by an ancient spirit.< Less
My Own Hike: A Woman's Journey on the Appalchian Trail By Nancy Shepherd
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At the age of 41, and having never backpacked more than thirty miles in her life, Nancy Shepherd sets off to hike the 2,168 miles of the Appalachian Trail. "My Own Hike" follows along as... More > she grows from an inexperienced hiker into a confident long-distance backpacker and gains the self-assurance to go beyond the perceived "rules" of the trail and end the hike on her own terms.< Less
Bags of Apples, Oranges, Nuts and Hard Candy By Judy Johnson
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The thread of a Mother's life runs through the story of Bags of Apples, Oranges, Nuts and Hard Candy. Her life, unusual during a different era is based in the mountains of Virginia and Kentucky. ... More > The real life characters that crossed the Family's path and the family members are full of personality. A wealth of loving, human, family interaction makes the past jump out in the reading. Through the eyes of all readers a story unfolds that educates how a large family lived in the harsh, beautiful, Appalachian coal-mining area of Kentucky.< Less
Bags of Apples, Oranges, Nuts and Hard Candy By Judy Johnson
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The thread of a Mother's life runs through the story of Bags of Apples, Oranges, Nuts and Hard Candy. Her life, unusual during a different era is based in the mountains of Virginia and Kentucky. ... More > The real life characters that crossed the Family's path and the family members are full of personality. A wealth of loving, human, family interaction makes the past jump out in the reading. Through the eyes of all readers a story unfolds that educates how a large family lived in the harsh, beautiful, Appalachian coal-mining area of Kentucky.< Less
Chez François By Joseph R. Simoneau
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"The iconic statement Je me souviens (I remember) epitomizes the French-Canadian habitants’ narrative on every license plate of Quebec. Dr. Joseph Simoneau has added to this narrative the... More > diaspora of these proud people. He has done what many of us have thought of doing before this migrant population died out. The oral history from his parents of the good and the harsh times that formed their character now endures in their own “Franglais.” It is a story of subsistence farming in what is known as the Canadian Appalachians . . . Dr. Simoneau recounts the strong bonds and love that held these families together in a common goal." Leo Roberge< Less
Sinister Mountains By Paul Lee
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Megan Rollins is lost in the Appalachian Mountains. After witnessing a brutal bear attack on her fiancé and spending the night hiding in a tree trunk, two men discover her and carry her to... More > their cabin, where a strange family lives. Something even stranger lurks behind the forbidden iron door...the entry to a dreary dungeon. Megan opens it, unveiling an ancient evil that will change humanity and Planet Earth forever. Megan struggles to survive, the terror intensifying as her journey progresses. She must escape the forest...but how? Sinister Mountains is a darkly crafted, adrenaline-rushing novella unique to the horror genre.< Less

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