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Salamander Dreaming By Steve J Plummer
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Everyone has a dream. Some long for adventure and excitement - or an island paradise of white sand washed by an azure sea. Based on her diary, Salamander Dreaming captures Jean Russell's hopes and... More > misadventures as she and her family set out in search of their own dream.< Less
Salamander Dreaming By Steve J Plummer
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Everyone has a dream. Some long for adventure and excitement - or an island paradise of white sand washed by an azure sea. Based on her diary, Salamander Dreaming captures Jean Russell's hopes and... More > misadventures as she and her family set out in search of their own dream.< Less
Poems of Reality By Nicholas Martin
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PLEASE SUPPORT. 80% OF AUTHOR COMMISSIONS WILL BE SENT TO OXFAM. Poetry is so often based upon an idealistic world which describes what people would like to believe and understand about life and... More > love. But this is not always how the real world works. A modern world. The poetry in this book is about everyday situations, everyday feelings and everyday events, written in a way that everybody can understand. Although I cover many subjects including love, trust and optimism, I also cover often ignored subjects such as loss, pain, loneliness and the suffering which is all around us before our eyes. These are the 'Poems of Reality'. ‘He has a way of putting pen to paper, and making everyone understand where he’s coming from’. Poets Guild 'His work is telling us home truths in a simple and down to Earth way of issues which are right before our very eyes’. Skyline Publications Nicholas James Martin has already established himself within the United States and Europe.< Less
Poems of Reality By Nicholas Martin
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PLEASE SUPPORT. 80% OF AUTHOR COMMISSIONS WILL BE SENT TO OXFAM. Poetry is so often based upon an idealistic world which describes what people would like to believe and understand about life and... More > love. But this is not always how the real world works. A modern world. The poetry in this book is about everyday situations, everyday feelings and everyday events, written in a way that everybody can understand. Although I cover many subjects including love, trust and optimism, I also cover often ignored subjects such as loss, pain, loneliness and the suffering which is all around us before our eyes. These are the 'Poems of Reality'. ‘He has a way of putting pen to paper, and making everyone understand where he’s coming from’. Poets Guild 'His work is telling us home truths in a simple and down to Earth way of issues which are right before our very eyes’. Skyline Publications Nicholas James Martin has already established himself within the United States and Europe.< Less
Cruise Ship By Francis Kerr Young
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Atlantic passenger liner, RMS Queen of Dalriada, embarks on a short cruise out of Southampton to Lisbon, Las Palmas on Gran Canaria, and Funchal, Madeira. The voyage goes well, if one can discount a... More > bomb threat and a hit man stalking his victim, until the vessel departs from Funchal when an entity from Earth’s distant past imbues a young Scottish engineer’s mind. The consciousness of this Sasquatch or Bigfoot is displeased by the way Man has mismanaged our world. But our globe’s environment in January 1962 is too cold for the creature to set things to right - both with nature and the human race. Sixty years must pass before it will rise like a phoenix out of Saline Bay in the Bailiwick of Guernsey when a former engineroom rating recalls certain happenings on that ill-fated voyage. This novel, a sequel to Hang on a Second!, gives the reader an insight to life aboard merchant ships during the early sixties. Ribald humour, romance, murder, and excitement carry this story along to its conclusion< Less
Cruise Ship By Francis Kerr Young
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Atlantic passenger liner, RMS Queen of Dalriada, embarks on a short cruise out of Southampton to Lisbon, Las Palmas on Gran Canaria, and Funchal, Madeira. The voyage goes well, if one can discount a... More > bomb threat and a hit man stalking his victim, until the vessel departs from Funchal when an entity from Earth’s distant past imbues a young Scottish engineer’s mind. The consciousness of this Sasquatch or Bigfoot is displeased by the way Man has mismanaged our world. But our globe’s environment in January 1962 is too cold for the creature to set things to right - both with nature and the human race. Sixty years must pass before it will rise like a phoenix out of Saline Bay in the Bailiwick of Guernsey when a former engineroom rating recalls certain happenings on that ill-fated voyage. This novel, a sequel to Hang on a Second!, gives the reader an insight to life aboard merchant ships during the early sixties. Ribald humour, romance, murder, and excitement carry this story along to its conclusion< Less
Vestal Aversion By Matt Potter
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A month of stories, 31 in all ... desperate divas and ambitious execs, cuckolded housewives and puzzled politicians, squabbling sisters and nasty neighbours ... all get a guernsey in this collection... More > of fiction and non-fiction about people funny and very unfunny too.< Less
Toilers of the Sea By Victor Hugo
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Originally published in 1866 and dedicated to the island of Guernsey where Hugo was living in exile, this novel tells the story of Gilliat and his love for Deruchette. Though he is far beneath her... More > station, Gilliat's love doesn't falter and when Deruchette promises to marry the man who can salvage a steam engine from a wrecked ship, he leaps to the task, in the process battling a giant octopus and finding treasure.< Less
The Man Who Laughs By Victor Hugo
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First published in 1869 and written whilst in exile on Guernsey, The Man Who Laughs is a novel recounting the fortunes and otherwise of Gwynplaine, first a boy and then a man with mysterious origins... More > who is so facially disfigured that he always appears to be laughing. The only person who doesn't appreciate his disfigurement is the blind girl Dea, whom Gwynplaine rescued from certain death in the novel's prologue.< Less
Occupation: Pastor By Phil Dunk
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A young Pastor, Gilbert, and his wife, Irene are caught in Nazi occipied Guernsey during World War 2. They must share the extreme privations suffered by the Island's population as the Regime imposes... More > sanctions, curfews and legislation that challenge the Islander's easy going way of life. Facing poverty, hardships and starvation, the Gilbert and Irene's inner strength, courage and resourcefulness are strengthened by their faith and devotion to their call.< Less

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