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Treason: Italy 1486-1488 By Pam Vause
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Pietro is traveling with his younger brother, Marco, from Borgata Cyrus to the Torino markets to sell their crops when he learns the Pope is placing soldiers around the borders of the villages on the... More > plains. After Pietro races home to warn his people, he then heads back to Torino and to a new destiny. Soon the famous Duke of Florence, Lorenzo de Medici, employs Pietro as the city’s medical practitioner. One evening while attending the grand ball, Pietro watches his friend glide by with a beautiful signorina while the Pope watches him. The man responsible for the slaughter of Pietro’s people knows he is a Waldensian youth trained to spread seeds of reformation wherever he goes. After the Pope issues his bull for Pietro’s extermination, now all he has to do is determine how to carry out the mission while Pietro is under the Duke’s protection. In this historical thriller, a young Waldensian rebel sets out on a mission to save his people from a Pope determined to exterminate them forever.< Less
Farmer from the Sky By Don Edmundson
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Military Police Sergeant Jessa Novak found a security job at GroTek Corporation; an agricultural research facility, striving to enhance crop production. But then, that wasn’t the only thing... More > that they were studying. Mr. Adam Peterson, GroTec’s Director of Hybrid Research, didn’t know the trouble that would be coming his way when he transferred Jessa from guarding the exterior fence to coming inside and guarding a special find that was hidden away in the bowls of the facility. Located in a secret medical lab and strapped to an exam table was a man who was short, couldn’t speak and of unknown origin. Jessa quickly befriended Toke Dostela and quickly found out more about him, his ivory colored eyes and Viodron. Farmer From The Sky is a story about starving people, 2 farms and 40 young people from who are members in a youth agricultural program who, along with their Chapter Leaders, helped Toke and Jessa provide for a starving world. Too, are many sub storyline relating to second chances, life and prejudices.< Less
Plays, Volume II By Lynn Veach Sadler
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A second collection of eight prized plays. “Hanging-Cat” Honorable Mention, Stage Play Script, Writer’s Digest 2001 Writing Competition. “The Cover Crop” as the short... More > story “In Hot Pursuit of Genetics and Human Behavior,” Finalist, WordSmitten Media, Inc., TenTen Fiction Competition, 2007. “The Gar Hole” as short story Second Place, Green River Tales: Short Stories, Green River Writers 2004 Contest. “Grace-Noted Albatrosses” with A Brave Going at Fate, Fourth Place, Mindful of Miracles, 1999 Annual Awards, Poetry Society of Texas. “Why Couldn’t Mama Be a Jewish Mother?” Third Place, Mount Dora [Florida] Festival of Music and Literature, 2005. “If I’m Any Judge” one of the winners, 2003 Annual Vitality Playwriting Contest. “Barbie’s Mother Calls Home” as poem, Barbie’s Mother Calls Home, Second Prize, Joe Logan Short Humor Awards, Amelia, 1999.< Less
NU ISNIS By DUANE THE GREAT WRITER
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Duane The Great Writer IS, ReWriting Human History as we have all come to know it, because what we have come to know is a lot of Purposely Planned Deception. It will take most people a while to sort... More > things out, that of the Real Historical Events. The Masses have been Cleverly Marketed to 'Agree' with the Deceptionizts and all their Marketing Tactics, to where they take something Wonderful & ALLNatural and make it into a Science Fiction. They must be trying to get a laugh by making GMO JokeFood, and then telling people it is better and will save the world. I would suggest to consult the Bees and Butterflies that are still around and they will tell you that their friends have gone from not being able to pollinate the GMO Chemical Crop. All Deception shows up and those who have eaten a lot of GMO are now paying the price and have to take the Deceptive Ploy of Pharmaceuticals, as they have trusted their over educated doctors who usually prescribe something artificial. www.DuaneTheGreatWriter.info< Less
The Artist in Monadnock Farmyards By Ann Sawyer
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I paint farm animals. They are a gift to me and a joy, and I can extend my time with them by my brush and watercolor paints. I have spent fifty years of my life working with them each day on Sawyer... More > Farm, our fifth generation New Hampshire dairy farm nestled since 1858 on the rocky soil under Mount Monadnock in Jaffrey. In words, animals can’t speak, but they surely can communicate if we but listen. As an artist, I can give words to their stories, or even better, share a visual feeling minus the actual words. Family farming in New England is so very fast becoming extinct, replaced by the final crop, houses and parking lots. Perhaps some real farms can be reborn in our small niche farms with organic leanings that are presently fighting for survival. Knowing who raised our food and how the animals are cared for seems important to our well-being. This calls for dedication above the ordinary.< Less
Flappers & Slappers - Erotic Photo Beauties from the Age of Jazz By FishesEye Publishing
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A collection of over 100 classic risqué images - genuine old photographs, & postcards - erotic photos from the decadent Jazz Age - the Roaring Twenties and the 1930s. Girls with... More > characteristic cropped, frisé or bob hairstyles, charleston fashions, cigarette holders, tiaras, heavy mascara, Art Deco appartments... An outrageous and entertaining ebook for your portable library! Includes rare photos from famous photographers / series including Mandel, VP, P.C. Super, Lydia, AP, Filmart. Vintage beauty - charming pictures of pretty girls and sexy women, glamorous and soft focus portraits of 20's sirens. Don't tell grandpa! Includes early color, sepia, hand tinted and B&W images. The PDF version (suitable for Acrobat Reader and Sony Reader) features "mottled paper" effect to complete the vintage "look-and-feel". An ideal acquisition for collectors of antique and electronic erotica... ** Revised, extended and improved, April 2007 **< Less
Kindle Buffet: Find and download the best free books, magazines and newspapers for your Kindle, iPhone, iPad or Android By Steve Weber
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One of the best things about Amazon's Kindle system is that many popular books are offered completely free of charge during brief promotional periods. If you manage to find and download a book while... More > it’s offered free, it’s yours to keep—forever. It’s a great way to sample a new genre, or perhaps discover an author you hadn’t noticed before. The free promotions usually last only a few days, but there’s a new crop every day. You’ll be amazed at the wealth of great books—usually there are several hundred freebies in virtually every category of fiction and nonfiction, every day of the year. And these aren’t just the dogs that nobody wants, the selection includes bona-fide bestsellers from the most famous authors in the world. You may never have to pay for a book again! This book will introduce you to KindleBuffet.com, a website and newsletter founded by author Steve Weber to showcase the best Kindle books currently offered free -- plus a multitude of other avenues toward great free content:< Less
From Swamp Yankee to Desert Rat By Peter Pegnam
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The author manages to break all the "rules" of memoir writing in recounting in humorous fashion lessons learned from the small things in life: From selling fiddler crabs and quahogs as a... More > youth in Wickford, RI., to ending up with an odd-shaped Christmas tree taken from the mountains outside Omak, Wash., to eluding rattlesnakes and bears as a (supposed) adult in Arizona. There is a clerk who won't sell him three comic books for 30 cents because he doesn't have a penny for the tax, a wonderful jar of peanut butter (with no peanut butter in it) for a Christmas present, a difficult Latin teacher at La Salle Academy, a true humorist publisher at the Omak Chronicle. Eventually he concludes that he spent four years earning a journalism degree to achieve the newspaper gold standard: writing at the sixth grade level. As a newsman of three decades, he discovers how orchardists magically produce three apple crops a year. And he is sent out to interview an actor he has never heard of -- Jeff Bridges. A fun read.< Less
New Vistas In Environmental Research By Rangnath Aher
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The book entitled “New Vistas In Environmental Research” Dr. Rangnath Aher, reveals about recent studies in ecology, environment and related social issues. Considering the importance of... More > environmental research the book covers various aspects like speedily recurring floods and droughts; grave pollution of air, water and land; ever shrinking of natural landscapes; fastly vanishing wild life and depleting natural resources; human population explosion etc. All these problems have cropped up only due to thoughtless exploitation of various natural resources by man and also due to his absolutely egoist attitude towards the nature. Science of environment has come forward to human rescue to save him from this state of self – destruction, dilemma and paradox. This encyclopaedic biological discipline has provided answers for many biological hurdles and in fact, it has opened new vistas in divergent fields of human interest like agriculture, forestry, city planning, sewage and garbage disposal, conservation etc.< Less
From Swamp Yankee to Desert Rat By Peter Pegnam
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The author manages to break all the "rules" of memoir writing in recounting in humorous fashion lessons learned from the small things in life: From selling fiddler crabs and quahogs as a... More > youth in Wickford, RI., to ending up with an odd-shaped Christmas tree taken from the mountains outside Omak, Wash., to eluding rattlesnakes and bears as a (supposed) adult in Arizona. There is a clerk who won't sell him three comic books for 30 cents because he doesn't have a penny for the tax, a wonderful jar of peanut butter (with no peanut butter in it) for a Christmas present, a difficult Latin teacher at La Salle Academy, a true humorist publisher at the Omak Chronicle. Eventually he concludes that he spent four years earning a journalism degree to achieve the newspaper gold standard: writing at the sixth grade level. As a newsman of three decades, he discovers how orchardists magically produce three apple crops a year. And he is sent out to interview an actor he has never heard of -- Jeff Bridges. A fun read.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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