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Alahdorn and the Heart of Vearon By DB Kaine
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Our book begins with the first of the Dragon kind 'Vearon'. Who, after being given birth from the four elements by the goddess 'Earith', is given the task by the goddess to train for almost three... More > hundred years in order to protect a young shard known as 'Ephram', the first of the shards. But with the early tribes of Alahdorn becoming jealous of the Dragon's power, they destroy him with the very thing that created him, the four elements. With Vearon's fate coming to hand, Ephram and Vearon fight their way through the battle with Vearons own kind and the riders who plan to rid the lands of the magnificent Dragon Vearon. But with Kraven's soul having no physical body, there is only one place his soul can travel to, which leaves Brogan to make the decision of killing someone close to her heart< Less
Wurruk: Reflections in Black and White By Vaughan Nikitin
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Enter the reflective world of Wurruk (earth/story), a bullum (dual) memoir of the lives of bullum (two) tallumart (young men) as told by Vaughan Nikitin - in relation to his aboriginal yunki (mate)... More > and brogan (brother), Tommy Hinkins: together, this is their self-portrait. Share their search for identity in this journey through space, time and the unforgotten language of their ancestors (the legends of the kurnai and mountain cattlemen). Wurruk is one man’s attempt to reconcile with (his) place by way of a part real, part imagined memoir. The author juxtaposes his own story with that of his doppelgänger, Tommy Hinkins, of the Kurnai people, the first people of Gippsland, Australia, leading up to the death of one by the Den of Nargun, near the Mitchell River in eastern Victoria. This is the first 'novel' in the world (in the 'Wurruk') to be written in the ancient language of the Kurnai people (now partly translated back into English for accessibility). Includes Kurnai (aboriginal) language glossary.< Less
Wurruk: Reflections in Black and White By Vaughan Nikitin
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Enter the reflective world of Wurruk (earth/story), a bullum (dual) memoir of the lives of bullum (two) tallumart (young men) as told by Vaughan Nikitin - in relation to his aboriginal yunki (mate)... More > and brogan (brother), Tommy Hinkins: together, this is their self-portrait. Share their search for identity in this journey through space, time and the unforgotten language of their ancestors (the legends of the kurnai and mountain cattlemen). Wurruk is one man’s attempt to reconcile with (his) place by way of a part real, part imagined memoir. The author juxtaposes his own story with that of his doppelgänger, Tommy Hinkins, of the Kurnai people, the first people of Gippsland, Australia, leading up to the death of one by the Den of Nargun, near the Mitchell River in eastern Victoria. This is the first 'novel' in the world (in the 'Wurruk') to be written in the ancient language of the Kurnai people (now partly translated back into English for accessibility). Includes Kurnai (aboriginal) language glossary.< Less
Blemished Jewel By Ross Richdale
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ISBN 0-9582702-0-1 Gail Fernhill, newly appointed of principal of Queen Anne's Girls' School in Dunedin, New Zealand is haunted by her past but befriends Neil Goodall. Neil pierces her reserve to... More > support and help her when he discovers that as a teenager, she killed her abusive father in self-defence. However, the case is reopened after the discovery of her father's rifle. Inspector Peter Carrington attempts, by fair means or foul, to build up a murder case against Gail and directs Tania Brogan, an undercover police officer employed by the school as a teacher, to find evidence. However, Tania switches her allegiance to help Gail but unwittingly plays into Carrington's hand. Is Gail's successful life as a principal about to be cut short by her past? And what of her abduction? Is Neil's love enough to help the blemished jewel through these trying times?< Less
Blemished Jewel By Ross Richdale
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ISBN 0-9582702-0-1 Gail Fernhill, newly appointed of principal of Queen Anne's Girls' School in Dunedin, New Zealand is haunted by her past but befriends Neil Goodall. Neil pierces her reserve to... More > support and help her when he discovers that as a teenager, she killed her abusive father in self-defence. However, the case is reopened after the discovery of her father's rifle. Inspector Peter Carrington attempts, by fair means or foul, to build up a murder case against Gail and directs Tania Brogan, an undercover police officer employed by the school as a teacher, to find evidence. However, Tania switches her allegiance to help Gail but unwittingly plays into Carrington's hand. Is Gail's successful life as a principal about to be cut short by her past? And what of her abduction? Is Neil's love enough to help the blemished jewel through these trying times?< Less
Smelling Lilac By Ambrose E. Korn Jr.
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Tim Brogan is brought up in a small Pennsylvania steel mill town during the nineteen forties. He comes of age in the fifties and expects his life to follow an upright path similar to his grandfather,... More > father and uncles if only he lives by the rules that society and the church have charted out for its members. By the early sixties, carrying the wounds of lost love and ruined dreams, he abandons the wholesome life he expected to live. He gives into his desires of living his life in a less rigid manner. However, the despondency of broken dreams infests his spirit. He is unable to find happiness even when given a second chance at love and marriage. Finally, he seeks out a new life, one that if lived as intended will require commitment, and occasionally great faith and courage. He finds some contentment with this new way of life, but he can never get accustomed to the loneliness.< Less
Life and Times of Anne Bailey - The Pioneer Heroine of the Great Kanawha Valley By Virgil Anson Lewis & Badgley Publishing Company
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From the moment she heard news of her husband's death at the Battle of Point Pleasant, a strange, wild dream seemed to possess her and she became determined to avenge his death. Clad in buckskin... More > pants, a petticoat, brogan shoes, a man's coat and hat, a belt about her waist which held a knife and a tomahawk, she shouldered a rifle and took up the life of a frontiersman and a messenger carrying dispatches between Fort Lee at present day Charleston, WV, Fort Savannah at present day Lewisburg, and Fort Randolph at present day Point Pleasant, WV. In 1791, large bodies of Indians were discovered hovering near Fort Lee. The powder supply was perilously low. It was one hundred miles to Fort Savannah, the only place for re-supply. The commander asked for volunteers to go and bring back powder. No man was willing to put their lives in jeopardy, but Mad Anne Bailey, without hesitation, shouted, "I will go!"< Less
7 Ways You Screw Up Your Life eBook By Marti Lawrence
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Are you FUGGDUP? Forgetting, Underestimating, Gratifying, Grieving, Deceiving, Undermining and Procrastinating are some of the most common problems that cause your life to be screwed up. Is it... More > easy to fix? No. Is it possible to fix? YES! You need to recognize the reasons for your behavior and find some simple, honest solutions. Each chapter of this book will discuss one of the aspects of screwing up. I will help you understand why you screw things up and offer practical ways you can unscrew them. Foreword By Chris Brogan. Interview with Jeremiah Owyang. Guest Author Contributors = Failing Well By Becky McCray, Upbeat Living Despite Chronic Pain By Susan Reynolds, The Roller Coaster Theory By Terry Starbucker, and Cherishing Failure By Liz Strauss.< Less

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