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2020 Larry Baird Calendar By Larry Baird
Calendar: $16.00
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A 12 month calendar featuring the art and photography of Larry Baird. Calendar notes Canadian Holidays. Larry was born and raised in Alberta and feels a strong connection to all the province has to... More > offer. Born in Castor, he spent most of his formative years in Cessford and Drayton Valley and currently lives in Calgary. An enduring interest in the area has led him to discover things on the prairies that many never se. He shares what he finds through his photography. Over the years thousands of people have enjoyed receiving Christmas Cards designed and sold by Larry. He has also been commissioned to create pieces for fundraisers and for private collections. Larry is the author of The Bernice Papers, also available on lulu.com< Less
Can't Help Thinking About Me By Tim Worthington
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In Can’t Help Thinking About Me, writer and occasional broadcaster Tim Worthington takes us on an hilarious tour of how and why he ended up on the BBC News channel with a big caption saying... More > ‘CLANGERS EXPERT’. From growing up in a noisy household with clowns on the Christmas Tree to asking some elderly Elvis Presley fans if they’d mind keeping the volume down, it’s a dizzying hurtle through popular culture that takes in Smash Hits, BBC Test Card F, Camberwick Green, Railway Station Graffiti, David Bowie, Rentaghost, What Jimi Hendrix Might Have Watched On TV, Doctor Who, The Monkees, Video Nasties, Rubik’s Magic, Being Made To Watch On The Black And White Portable, Compilation Tapes, Chris Morris, Play School, The Oz Trial, What To Get For Christmas In 1986, B.A .Robertson, Chorlton And The Wheelies, Britpop, That Was The Week That Was, The Beatles and lots more... including Skiboy!< Less
I Write for an End By Suni Barak
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First 7 poems of a collection by Suni Barak Several years ago I started writing into a journal. Many famous people kept a journal, though I am not famous, I do see the journal has an enabler. One of... More > my memories is at Christmas for many years my mother would write a Christmas poem and send it out in their card, I remember her stress as the holiday deadline approached, and my stress because comments about the kids were included. I thought hated the Dr. Sueus meter, and often closed my mind before finishing any poem, But now with arthritis torturing my bones, and my guts cementing kidney stones, now I find It easier to focus and now it is easier to accept differing challenges,– and so with a change of heart I started to write into my journal, my journal sucked me into a rabbit hole. A poetic challenge – even though I have trouble reading any poem, what inspires is hard to say.< Less
Wot and Nott's Race Against Time: Part One - the Fabled Crest By Gerrard Wilson
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We were not boy wizards, vampire’s assistants or even living skeletons, we were normal everyday people living normal everyday lives, with no inkling of the tremendous events that were about to... More > unfold. Our adventure began with the arrival of a peculiarly small Christmas card, which sent us hurtling to the mystical land of Onisha, where Umahia, the Grand Mystic, asked for our help. He told us that he needed our help to fight, stop and ultimately defeat ‘Miafra, the evil,’ the mystic who had stolen his powers, the seasons, free will and all time. Umahia told us that we had powers, powers that up until then we had no inkling we possessed, which might, just might help us to defeat the evil man… We had no idea, no inkling whatsoever, that we were going to be attacked by Protectors atop Hound-Horses, fight a statue hell-bent on killing us, be betrayed in our sleep, and be forced to fight a dangerous beast called a Dragonsaur.< Less
Reunion With a Killer By Rod Summitt
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Lee Bishop, a hardware sales rep, decides to make his last cross country sales trip by car instead of flying as usual. One of his main reasons was to take the opportunity to stop in Iowa to see the... More > college he attended, and to visit with his college roommate who was the president of the bank there. He had been corresponding through yearly Christmas cards for several years. When he arrives in town, he calls his old friend to set up a meeting but his friend must leave town on business and that they won’t be able to see him. At first disappointed, Lee decides to drop in at the bank for a quick hello, and when directed to his friends office sees a man who is a complete stranger to him. Lee discovers that while the man at the bank is obviously not his old friend, he is accepted by the townsfolk as the man who was once Lee’s roommate. Ready to leave town and the perplexing puzzle, Lee discovers the editor of the local newspaper is another college friend and enlists him to help uncover the mystery< Less
Aphrodite in Paris By Galina Granovsky
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‘Aphrodite in Paris’ tells about a flippant wife of an American, who came to Paris with her husband to visit shops, restaurants and the famous variety shows. And of course, they went to... More > Louvre too. When they were standing before the statue of Venus, the Greek goddess of love and pleasure, Di’s husband noticed a resemblance between the two of them. It was funny. Another thing was not funny for Di. Suddenly she became aware that she has forgotten the best part of her trip - Lido, Eiffel Tower, fashion boutiques and all those things for which she came to Paris! ‘Chance’ shows an ambitious man who wished to be very successful. Once he met a very influential person and he did not miss his opportunity to begin a new life. He became one of the most powerful person to get to know that he is alone, unhappy and has no any wishes. Sometimes a place of punishment suddenly can turn into a room of happiness, how it happened in ‘Home-coming’… There are 11 stories with fantastic elements in the book. Read and enjoy!< Less

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