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Fallout: Big Apple Wasteland By Big Apple Wasteland
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Fallout Pen & Paper RPG made by a reddit user who goes by the name "bigapplewasteland". Check it out on /r/fallout & /r/bigapplewasteland
The Big Apple By J.H. GATTLING
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This is the caricature of Adam & Eve's fall from grace. Not intended to replace or exploit the holy bible's verses. This short story is for entertainment purposes only.
BIG APPLE By Deb Peters
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This is book #10 of the Big's Collection of stories. As Lib Lib's first Halloween, see how the Big kids celebrate.
From The Big Apple to The Big Island By Douglas Ross
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This book is a blog, published for posterity, detailing a 71-day-long family road trip across the USA.
Big Apples & Lone Stars By Olivia Pantoja
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Born on the mean streets of the Bronx and raised in the rustic wilds of Texas, Olivia Pantoja presents a collection of short stories and poetry inspired by her adventures as an adolescent girl in two... More > very different worlds.< Less
Canada's Big Apple: Toronto By J.P. Pelosi
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Toronto is New York’s hockey-loving Canadian cousin. Like NYC, it’s big, bright and bustling, has its own personality, unique accents and diverse neighbourhoods. The two cities even... More > shared the same name at one point. In this collection of humorous stories and observations, travel writer Jean-Paul Pelosi pays tribute to one of North America's great towns, while drawing comparisons to The Big Apple.< Less
Canada's Big Apple: Toronto By J.P. Pelosi
eBook (PDF): $6.95
Toronto is New York’s hockey-loving Canadian cousin. Like NYC, it’s big, bright and bustling, has its own personality, unique accents and diverse neighbourhoods. The two cities even... More > shared the same name at one point. In this collection of humorous stories and observations, travel writer Jean-Paul Pelosi pays tribute to one of North America's great towns, while drawing comparisons to The Big Apple.< Less
Through The Elm to The Big Apple By Raheem Nelson
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This is a book is full of iPad paintings that take you on a visual journey. I used to commute between New Haven and New York to attend classes at The School of Visual Arts. Each location was... More > carefully picked and composed as a reference shot using an iPhone. From there they were transformed freehand into iPad paintings using Sketchbook Pro, ArtRage, Brushes and Procreate. Featured in the book are places places like Pepe's Pizza, Battell Chapel (New Haven) and Grand Central Terminal and The Chrysler Building. (New York City) Through The Elm to The Big Apple also includes essays from artist, Jorge Colombo and New Haven's own coworking space, The Grove. "My first impression is, beautiful sparse colors."-Jorge Colombo< Less
Busty Big Apple Beatdown By Sexy Sluggers
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Jennifer "Irish Clover" McCullen is the World Topless Wrestling Champion, a title she's enjoyed for quite a while. But now she faces a big challenge in the equally endowed Nicole "The... More > Spanish Rose," who no doubt has been working hard for this very night, to ultimately defeat and humiliate the champ! It's a best 2 out of 3 fall affair, hosted by former champion Heather Downing, with additional color commentary from the tag-team partners JoJo and Jessi, aka "The Double J's." Clearly E. Whyte enjoys writing about big busted girls who know their holds - and how to hurt and humiliate! Lykamo is (always) at his best with the 29 images that bring E. Whyte's story to life. 29 images in screen resolution PDF file. NUDITY, ADULTS ONLY< Less
Canada's Big Apple: Toronto By Jean-Paul Pelosi
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Toronto is New York’s hockey-loving Canadian cousin. Like New York, it’s big, bright and busy, has its own personality, unique accents and diverse neighbourhoods. The two cities even... More > shared the same name at one point. But for some reason, the bigger, more brash NYC gets all the publicity. So because famous buildings, the perfect hot dog, celebrity events and local sports heroes are not always enough to get New York-esque travel reviews, this collection of personal stories sets the record straight. Jean-Paul Pelosi pays tribute to the home of the world’s tallest free standing structure, summertime patios, Timbits and Mike Myers.< Less