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Theodore Goodridge Roberts, Collection By Theodore Goodridge Roberts
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Theodore Goodridge Roberts (July 7, 1877 – February 24, 1953) was a Canadian novelist and poet. He was the author of thirty-four novels and over one hundred published stories and poems. He was... More > the brother of poet Charles G.D. Roberts, and the father of painter Goodridge Roberts. The writing that Roberts is most likely to be recognized for today is The Merriest Knight, his collection of Arthurian tales. Roberts began to write Arthurian fiction in the 1920s; most of these stories, though, were published in the late 1940s and early 1950s in the fiction magazine Blue Book. Roberts planned to publish them as a collection, but died in 1953 before he could do so. In 2001 Mike Ashley, editor of the Mammoth publishing group, brought them out under his Green Knight imprint. In this ebook: Brothers of Peril, A Story of old Newfoundland The Fighting Starkleys, or, The test of courage Rayton: A Backwoods Mystery The Harbor Master< Less
The Family Forest® Descendants of Sir Robert Parke By Bruce Harrison
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This is the Sir Robert Parke who came to America from England in the "Arbella" as secretary to John Winthrop in 1630. This genealogy book of 490 pages covering 14 generations of his... More > descendants, including well-known figures such as William "The Signer" Williams, Maj.-Gen. George B. McClellan, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Katharine Hepburn, Julia Child, Princess Diana, Humphrey Bogart, President Warren Harding, Oliver Platt, and the Ford and Firestone heirs. Also included are surnames Abbott, Ashley, Avery, Bailey, Baldwin, Barnes, Bass, Benedict, Bishop, Brewster, Brooks, Brown, Cook, Cotton, Douglas, Ely, Fairbanks, Field, Floyd, Foster, Freeman, Gardner, Gore, Green, Hamilton, Hammond, Harris, Holmes, Houghton, Hunt, Johnson, Jones, Kent, King, Leeds, Lyons, McCall, Mitchell, Morgan, Nichols, Page, Palmer, Parker, Parks, Parsons, Peabody, Perkins, Porter, Rockwell, Rowe, Seymour, Smith, Spencer, Stone, Strong, Sullivan, Taylor, Tracy, Watson, Wheeler, Whitney, Wood, Wright, Young, and many others.< Less
The Family Forest® Descendants of Sir Robert Parke By Bruce Harrison
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This is the Sir Robert Parke who came to America from England in the "Arbella" as secretary to John Winthrop in 1630. This genealogy book of 490 pages covering 14 generations of his... More > descendants, including well-known figures such as William "The Signer" Williams, Maj.-Gen. George B. McClellan, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Katharine Hepburn, Julia Child, Princess Diana, Humphrey Bogart, President Warren Harding, Oliver Platt, and the Ford and Firestone heirs. Also included are surnames Abbott, Ashley, Avery, Bailey, Baldwin, Barnes, Bass, Benedict, Bishop, Brewster, Brooks, Brown, Cook, Cotton, Douglas, Ely, Fairbanks, Field, Floyd, Foster, Freeman, Gardner, Gore, Green, Hamilton, Hammond, Harris, Holmes, Houghton, Hunt, Johnson, Jones, Kent, King, Leeds, Lyons, McCall, Mitchell, Morgan, Nichols, Page, Palmer, Parker, Parks, Parsons, Peabody, Perkins, Porter, Rockwell, Rowe, Seymour, Smith, Spencer, Stone, Strong, Sullivan, Taylor, Tracy, Watson, Wheeler, Whitney, Wood, Wright, Young, and many others.< Less
Goin' Great in the Lone Star State By Robert Spreng
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This is a story for 10 to 16 year olds. It follows Billy/Bill/Willy, a fourteen year old high school baseball player, in the activities and results of his, in a fit of anger, running away from home.... More > The tale introduces Mom, Dad, Ashley Ann Ames, Puckey, Judge Faultless and three girls named Cathy (AKA, Vu, K and C.) as Billy deals with the challenges he faces (or thinks he faces) trying to live with his father, who he calls "The Lone Star State Mr. Perfect Attorney.) But while Billy is lost in the dank dark woods, he begins to see his life much more clearly.< Less
Goin' Great in the Lone Star State By Robert Spreng
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This is a story for 10 to 16 year olds. It follows Billy/Bill/Willy, a fourteen year old high school baseball player, in the activities and results of his, in a fit of anger, running away from home.... More > The tale introduces Mom, Dad, Ashley Ann Ames, Puckey, Judge Faultless and three girls named Cathy (AKA, Vu, K and C.) as Billy deals with the challenges he faces (or thinks he faces) trying to live with his father, who he calls "The Lone Star State Mr. Perfect Attorney.) But while Billy is lost in the dank dark woods, he begins to see his life much more clearly.< Less
The Elephant in the Classroom By Robert Stumpf
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So, the other day I was talking with Ashley towards the end of the class and mentioned she'd been absent a lot and asked if she had been ill. She said, "No, we've been getting the place ready... More > for my parents. They're coming home." "Really?" I was a bit puzzled. "Yeah," she said, "I pick dad up from prison on Monday and mom on Wednesday." This is but one of the things they don't cover in the education courses you take in college and is an example of the kinds of things in my book. To ignore the elephant in the classroom makes you less a teacher and just an instructor. It is also why the most important thing we can teach our kids is that learning is fun and they can do it. If we don't teach them that it doesn't matter what we teach. "This is the portrait of a teacher." Bruce Knecht< Less
Queen Of The Everglades By Robert "Bob" Blaske
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She wore a holstered revolver strapped to her waist as she walked through downtown Stuart,Florida.It sent a message to any man who dared, "Hands Off!" You don't mess with The Queen Of The... More > Everglades. She abandoned her husband and two children to live with her lover, John Ashley,an escaped convict who was hiding out deep in the Everglades. We were in changing times with the Prohibition law prohibiting the sale, manufacture, and transporation of whiskey. Now was the time of ourlandish styles,loud music, slang words, and brash talk. This was the Roaring 20's when women gained their freedom. Now was the time for making Big Money !< Less
Queen Of The Everglades By Robert "Bob" Blaske
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She wore a holstered revolver strapped to her waist as she walked through downtown Stuart,Florida.It sent a message to any man who dared, "Hands Off!" You don't mess with The Queen Of The... More > Everglades. She abandoned her husband and two children to live with her lover, John Ashley,an escaped convict who was hiding out deep in the Everglades. We were in changing times with the Prohibition law prohibiting the sale, manufacture, and transporation of whiskey. Now was the time of ourlandish styles,loud music, slang words, and brash talk. This was the Roaring 20's when women gained their freedom. Now was the time for making Big Money !< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Winter 2013 Issue 8 By Robert James Russell & Jeff Pfaller
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Midwestern Gothic (ISSN 2159-8827) is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived... More > here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in Midwestern fiction writing in a way that has never been done before, cataloging the oeuvre of an often-overlooked region of the United States ripe with its own mythologies and tall tales. Issue 8 features, fiction and poetry by: Josh Barker, Terry Belew, Sarah Burke, Rhyen Campbell, Joan Colby, Chris Crabtree, Jessica Emerson, Brett Foster, Phillip Hurst, Andrew Johnson, Mary Krienke, Alex Luft, Susan Maciolek, Carlin Mackie, Eric Magnuson, Carly Joy Miller, Eric Neuenfeldt, Janeen Pergrin Rastall, James Reed, Brooks Rexroat, John G. Rodwan Jr., Rachael Danielle Peterson, Anna Prushinskaya, Jason Ryberg, Jill Schepmann, Ashley Siebels, Shane Stricker, Caleb Tankersley, Kevin Tosca, James Vescovi, Angela Voras-Hills, Michelle Webster-Hein, Satarah Wheeler< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Winter 2013 Issue 8 By Robert James Russell & Jeff Pfaller
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Midwestern Gothic (ISSN 2159-8827) is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived... More > here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in Midwestern fiction writing in a way that has never been done before, cataloging the oeuvre of an often-overlooked region of the United States ripe with its own mythologies and tall tales. Issue 8 features, fiction and poetry by: Josh Barker, Terry Belew, Sarah Burke, Rhyen Campbell, Joan Colby, Chris Crabtree, Jessica Emerson, Brett Foster, Phillip Hurst, Andrew Johnson, Mary Krienke, Alex Luft, Susan Maciolek, Carlin Mackie, Eric Magnuson, Carly Joy Miller, Eric Neuenfeldt, Janeen Pergrin Rastall, James Reed, Brooks Rexroat, John G. Rodwan Jr., Rachael Danielle Peterson, Anna Prushinskaya, Jason Ryberg, Jill Schepmann, Ashley Siebels, Shane Stricker, Caleb Tankersley, Kevin Tosca, James Vescovi, Angela Voras-Hills, Michelle Webster-Hein, Satarah Wheeler< Less

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