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The Common Link By Danielle Queening
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The Common Link is a story of one woman's journey to help others. Donna Hunter, is a wife and mother of two small boys who works as an ultrasound technician at a local hospital. The story details... More > several of Donna's encounters with her patients as she takes them under her wing. From giving advice to helping deliver babies in her ultrasound room or inviting patients in need to live with her, life is never dull. The lives of several families are forever changed through the help of Donna, her husband, and a local multimillionaire. The Common Link show us the family and friends are truly important and that the human spirit can triumph even against great odds.< Less
112 Weird, Wacky, and Odd Jobs You Can Do for a Living By Marc Bullard
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Quit your boring job and do something different. Did you know you can get paid to be a nude maid? Or be a professional in the creation of lollipops? People are getting paid to do these jobs and... More > having fun! This book contains over 100 descriptions of weird, wacky, and odd jobs that you can do. They also contain links to get more information about your new career. What are you waiting for?< Less
The Missing Link -- Strategies that Fast Track Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs By Vanessa Besack
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The Missing Link explores the challenges small businesses face throughout the business development cycle and how public relations can increase the odds of success. Each section focuses on a different... More > stage -- from Startup to Growth to Maturity -- and provides a snapshot of the typical experiences, challenges and mistakes reported in each phase. The Missing Link also explains how public relations can help mitigate the experience and offers different strategies that can be implemented to assist the small business avoid the most detrimental phase of all, the Decline Phase.< Less
Snowflake By Faysal Mikdadi
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These two stories were written during two visits, one to Neuchatel, Switzerland and the other to Florence, Italy. In both stories, Mikdadi tries to make sense of events around him and to create some... More > order out of perceived chaos. He does so with gentle satire and the occasional fury. Snowflake has received considerable critical praise for its dream like quality and for its gentle and zany humour. The narrator arrives at his stepmother's home in Neuchatel and, through a stream of consciousness narration, he alternates between the present and his unhappy past and his failed marriage. He links his current observations with his sad experiences and desperately tries to make some sense of his seemingly empty life and his Diaspora existence.< Less
The Last Priest of Sebek By Alphonso Warden
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Free module for those who donate $1 or more to disaster relief for Japan. It's on the honor system. The module is for characters level 7-10 and is for Swords & Wizardry and similar games (OSRIC,... More > AD&D, OD&D, etc). Description: The great river of Kemet ran dry decades ago, leaving the land a barren desert, helpless prey to Hittite invaders. Rumors in the oasis camps tell of a strange marshland in the middle of the desert, a fearful place somehow linked to the death of the river. A brave party of adventurers prepares to mount an expedition to this legendary place, seeking treasure and perhaps to discover the truth of the rumors. And the truth can kill ...< Less
Seeing Things By Jon Wild
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A collection of short pieces and stories, linked in providing odd and unsettling views of the world, through a series of strange characters and situations.
Regression "or how I learned to see the approaching terrestrial insurrection" By Adam Winnie
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Regression "or how I learned to see the approaching terrestrial insurrection" is a narrative of fine art photograph which symbolize a revolt by nature. They are a reaction to the... More > destruction of our environment by human forces. In a way the images recall a phrase from childhood "I brought you in to this world and I can take you out of it". One that Im sure many children have heard. To this he created a direct visual translation. By establishing the man in the suit to be the everyday man and creating links between the woman and mother earth, a simple but effective metaphor is made tangible. Within the scenes the models play out the acts which represent mother natures revenge on humanity. Adam Gabriel Winnie lives and works in Ann Arbor Michigan.< Less
Cruising the Trent & Mersey canal By John Todd
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A cruise down the length of the Trent & Mersey canal with one eye on the history that made the inland waterways possible. Known as the Potters' Cut the link between the Potteries and the Trent... More > & Mersey is explored as well as odd facts about the towns and places along the way.< Less
Ashton Walks By Bristol Writers Group
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Five loosely linked stories inspired by a walk in the Somerset countryside to the west of Bristol. Bristol Writers Group gets together each week to critique writing submissions from the members. It... More > also acts with a wider confederation of local authors to stage the odd gig and happening. And books like this occasionally roll out.< Less
When the Music Stops By John T Fuller
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When the Music Stops: a novella. When a handsome young mute man is admitted to Link Hill Insane Asylum, Dr Daniel Archer’s world is turned upside down. Whilst Dr Archer battles his inner... More > demons, his superiors begin to suspect that the doctor’s interest in his patient may be a little more than merely professional. But who is the mysterious Mr White, is he really as unknowing as he first appears to be and can love possibly triumph even against such stacked odds?< Less