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PG Portfolio By Paul Gehrke
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This is the student architecture portfolio of Paul Gehrke. His architecture schooling took place at Iowa State University.
Robin's Place Omnibus, Aaron Traux's By PG Somerset
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“No, you cannot have my mother’s wedding dress for a drag show! I haven’t given up all hope that I might still meet a straight guy!” On a mountaintop in central Pennsylvania... More > stands a house. It belongs to a woman named Robin, and her life is about to change in ways she never could have imagined. She has a job that doesn’t pay, and her large, empty house is falling apart. When her friend Brian comes for a weekend visit, all of that starts to change. This special edition omnibus contains the full Robin’s Place Trilogy. The story is a romp from the peaks of Pennsylvania to the lights of London,and back again. It has been discribed as “An EM Forster-style sex comedy” and “What Jane Austen might have penned, had she had more exposure to gay men, and Americans.” It’s a comic tale about drag queens, boredom, debt, unemployment, casual sex, revenge, loneliness, hopes, and dreams. “A poignant laugh, unexpectedly fast, brilliant!” - - Glastonbury Beach Journal< Less
Capital D - PG rated By Natasha Johnstone
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Silka Fontein reunites with her childhood friend, Taber Blake, 15 years after she disappeared following their High school graduation after party. Her secrets have put her life in danger and his... More > secrets are lethal. Together they face a series of threats and danger and in the process discover the truth about each other. Is their friendship and unexpected attraction enough to see them through it all? This Book is Rated PG 13.< Less
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PG: Parental Guidance By Benjamin D. Rinehart
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My work directly relates to family, relationships, children, and parenting. I attempt to raise questions about love, insecurities, social injustices and values in contemporary society. Physical and... More > mental images are invoked to explore a visual narrative of my life. I direct the viewer’s experience with tactile, visual, emotional, and psychological responses. Bitter and sweet colors bring the viewer into playful surroundings while dense layers emulate a thick skin suggesting strength and resilience.< Less
Seeker By P.G. Holyfield
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Gareth Beckwin is an Aarronic Advisor in the Land of Caern. Gareth's duty as an Advisor is to counsel Duke Olandis Pell, but above all else an Aarronic Advisor's duty is to protect the Land. Gareth... More > learns that serving two masters can be a tricky proposition, especially when he fails to realize the rules have changed. Seeker is actually the prologue for a future Land of Caern novel, but I wanted to publish it as a short story to introduce readers to Caern and to my writing style. Reviews appreciated!!! The preview is the first 4 pages of the actual download.< Less
A Damsel in Distress By P.G. Wodehouse
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A Damsel in Distress is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United States on 4 October 1919 by George H. Doran, New York, and in the United Kingdom by Herbert Jenkins, London, on 17... More > October 1919. It had previously been serialised in The Saturday Evening Post, between May and June that year. Golf-loving American composer George Bevan falls in love with a mysterious young lady who takes refuge in his taxicab one day; when he tracks her down to a romantic rural manor, mistaken identity leads to all manner of brouhaha...< Less