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PedalWest By Jay Dykstra
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The published journal of a 5,000 mile East to West Bike trip across the northern tier of the United States.
PedalWest By Jay Dykstra
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The published journal of a 5,000 mile East to West Bike trip across the northern tier of the United States.
Flutter By Jay Amberg
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A monarch butterfly takes the amazing 1500-mile journey from the Northern meadow of its birth to its winter roost in the mountains of Central Mexico. Having emerged from the chrysalis it created as a... More > caterpillar, it flaps and floats, spins and spirals. It cups air and cuts light as it travels alone and with millions of others who are similar but never the same. Fluttering through time and soaring through space, the monarch epitomizes the odyssey that is each of our lives. Twenty percent of all proceeds will be donated to The Nature Conservancy.< Less
2013 Calendar - Golden Nights on the Silver Screen By Jan Geisen
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This calendar features photographs of Jawaahir Dance Company's 2011 annual show, Golden Nights on the Silver Screen, which showcased music and dance from the golden age of Egyptian cinema. The show... More > featured at live band which included well known musicians Georges and Elias Lammam, James Grippo, Nikolai Ruskin, Susu Pampanin, Karim Nagi and Miles Jay. Each month contains photos from one of the dance numbers. One half of profits from this calendar will be donated to Jawaahir Dance Company.< Less
Because of the Moon By C.J. Cutayne
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13 year old graffiti artist Jay Roberts is caught in a shakedown of the chop shop in his favourite alley. Jay is given a choice; juvenile detention or six months on a run down Indian reservation... More > where his estranged grandfather will oversee the punishment. Confined to the village, Jay continues his destructive ways even shooting a crow. His social worker, thick-ankles Thornton, is anxious to catch Jay and send him to youth detention. The kids of the village treat Jay as an outsider, calling him "Apple". Jay confronts Miles, the school bully with a creative solution to either stop Miles or be turned into “Apple” sauce. Jay’s resentment is chipped away as he gets to know the quirky villagers. Grampa reveals their heritage through storytelling and totem pole carving which may be lost as more people move away. Will Jay fight for the vanishing village or will he return to the city he calls home? A funny and heartwarming story about standing up for yourself and fighting to preserve your heritage.< Less
The Paperboy By Jerry Bates
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"The Paperboy" was drawn from actual events in the author's own life as a teenage paperboy in small town, Idaho during The Sixties. We travel with ninth grader, Jay Wayne, as he pedals his... More > bicycle along an eight-mile country paper route on which first appears to be a very normal, spring morning. But as Jay gets further and further into his route and begins to share more and more of his thoughts, the morning takes a few turns that are anything but normal . . .< Less
Testimonials of the Avanti Group LLC By Paula Warner
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“Jay is an excellent recruiter who really fits into the career coach category for executive level professionals. I have had numerous positive interactions related to my own and others’... More > careers over the years. Each time, he has been a trusted confidant with exceptional advice and willingness to go the extra mile for me. He is extremely thorough with an excellent demeanor that makes it very easy for me to discuss my goals and demands. At the same time, he is adept at shaping my expectations to the current market conditions to ensure I am realistic about any opportunity. In the end, Jay is my go-to guy each time I am ready to change careers.”< Less
Testimonials of the Avanti Group LLC By Kirby Meade
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“Jay is an excellent recruiter who really fits into the career coach category for executive level professionals. I have had numerous positive interactions related to my own and others’... More > careers over the years. Each time, he has been a trusted confidant with exceptional advice and willingness to go the extra mile for me. He is extremely thorough with an excellent demeanor that makes it very easy for me to discuss my goals and demands. At the same time, he is adept at shaping my expectations to the current market conditions to ensure I am realistic about any opportunity. In the end, Jay is my go-to guy each time I am ready to change careers.”< Less
Spell Check—So What? Spelling Puns and Poems by Two Brothers By Stoney Stonebraker
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Spell Check—So What? Spelling Poems and Puns by Two Brothers is a collection of poems written by Stoney Stonebraker and puns on the art of spelling written by Miles J. Stonebraker. The puns... More > written by Miles are helpful tips for the spelling impaired and those with spellaphobia. There are many aphorisms that play with the English language and explore how the language is interpreted and spelled. Stoney Stonebraker quirky and funny poems explore memories of NYC, a silly monkey, Serenity and perfection. Stoney admits to being a lousy speller in the past. He is amazed that he has overcome his “spelling impairment.” No longer handicapped by this problem Stoney now finds humor in the subject. Stoney and his brother, Jay are in “sync” when it comes to a mutual interest in the subject of spelling impairment. Stoney started writing poetry, fiction, and nonfiction books in the 1990s. Stoney is a writer and publisher based in Boulder, Colorado.< Less
Sentinel Champions #11 By Nnorom Azuonye
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Features the winners and commended poems and short stories from the Sentinel Literary Quarterly Poetry and Short Story Competitions (January 2012) judged by Derek Adams and David Caddy. Edited by... More > Nnorom Azuonye Poems by Terry Jones, Oz Hardwick, Matt Bryden, Robert J. Miles, Andy Humphrey, Simon Jackson, Amy Thomson, Michael Farry, Katrina Naomi, Andrew Brush, Bob Beagrie and Annette Volfing Short Stories by Sarah Evans, Debbie Jay, Shauna Gilligan, Caroline Clark, Janet Eugenia Lynch and Vedrana Mamula Judges' reports on the poetry and short story competitions.< Less