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Barking Mad By Gordon F Ragg
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Barking Mad is a story of friendship , a true story of two inseparable friends, a lad and a dog. What the story is not, is a diary of events, for it is a product of recollections from childhood.... More > Recollections of adventures, experiences and events, as seen through the eyes of a young lad - a boy of his time. As described in an unsolicited citation: "It made me laugh. It made me cry. A great mix of emotions, places and events. Fear - intrigue - sadness - anticipation and joy. The wildlife. The open moors, to the contrasting city life. Then there was the bullet incident - that had me laughing out loud! it had me gripped till the early hours." Constance Smith. Cumbria, England.< Less
Bark At the Moon By Thomas Turner
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Many of us have heard of the legendary death walk of the Cherokee Indians to the west, better known as The Trail of Tears, but this is the story of one man’s journey into darkness and despair... More > during that horrible time in America’s history when he is cursed to walk not just as a man, but as a creature of the night… a werewolf. Young Johnny Blackfoot, locked in the psychiatric ward of a local hospital and with only hours until his own demonic transformation is supposed to take place, spins a tale of devoted love, unforgettable horror and unwavering survival…the story of his late ancestor, Grey Eagle and his cursed journey to find his one true love, Shining Littledove… and to stop the vengeful beast that he has inadvertently created from devouring all that remains of his people as they wander westward during that cold and bitter winter of 1838.< Less
Bark At The Moon By Thomas Turner
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Many of us have heard of the legendary death walk of the Cherokee Indians to the west, better known as The Trail of Tears, but this is the story of one man’s journey into darkness and despair... More > during that horrible time in America’s history when he is cursed to walk not just as a man, but as a creature of the night….. a werewolf. Young Johnny Blackfoot, locked in the local psychiatric ward and with only hours until his own demonic transformation is supposed to take place, spins a tale of devoted love, unforgettable horror and unwavering survival…the story of his late ancestor, Grey Eagle and his cursed journey to find his one true love, Shining Littledove…and to stop the vengeful beast that he has inadvertently created from devouring all that remains of his people as they wander westward during that cold and bitter winter of 1838.< Less
Browine Barked At Midnight By Roberta Allison
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Roberta Larew Allison grew up in rural Monroe County, West Virginia, in a community called Hans Creek. As the oldest of ten children and from the perspective of 92 years, she is definitely an... More > authority on her family and some of the many changes that have taken place over the past nine decades. During that time she has pursued careers, found romance, raised a family, and taken mental notes on all that has happened around her. Now she has put some of these observations into her memoirs to share with friends and family. Her love of writing and her art of sharing some good stories come through in this concise book.< Less
Barking Town Centre Regeneration Action Plan By Farrukh Khan
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The future of cities and towns is important and speculating about the future that various localities will have is now uncommon. Thus, clearly cities and towns must make the effort to improve and to... More > improve the eventual outcomes for all their stakeholders. Urban regeneration tries to create the new place by transforming the old and improves the lives of those who live in the place. Regional and global competition involving regeneration and flagship developments can be intense as cities and towns try to excel at attracting those that can make a difference, the skilled workers, investors, tourists and the businesses. It is always uplifting to live and to belong in a beautiful city and a great neighbourhood. However, the quality of the regeneration efforts decides about the outcomes and this write-up presents a discussion about a great regeneration effort planned and now under implementation at Barking town, in the suburbs of east London.< Less
Barking Town Centre Regeneration Action Plan By Farrukh Khan
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The future of cities and towns is important and speculating about the future that various localities will have is now uncommon. Thus, clearly cities and towns must make the effort to improve and to... More > improve the eventual outcomes for all their stakeholders. Urban regeneration tries to create the new place by transforming the old and improves the lives of those who live in the place. Regional and global competition involving regeneration and flagship developments can be intense as cities and towns try to excel at attracting those that can make a difference, the skilled workers, investors, tourists and the businesses. It is always uplifting to live and to belong in a beautiful city and a great neighbourhood. However, the quality of the regeneration efforts decides about the outcomes and this write-up presents a discussion about a great regeneration effort planned and now under implementation at Barking town, in the suburbs of east London.< Less
A Place to Lay My Head By Joe A. Moreland
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In the early days of my youth, my family lived a nomadic lifestyle—taking possession of unattended shelter wherever we could find it. We lived in tents, crumbling log cabins, abandoned houses,... More > a barn, a school bus, and even a chicken coop. This is the tale of my life during those years as my mother and father slowly (but somewhat reluctantly) lifted themselves out of the post-Depression era into contemporary society. I don’t pretend to recall every detail of my early life, but the rich and colorful dialects of my family and friends who lived in the rural Oregon Coast Range still echo through my mind.< Less
A Place to Lay My Head By Joe A. Moreland
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Although I have published more than 35 scientific and technical reports, this book is my first attempt at Creative Nonfiction writing. In the early days of my youth, my family lived a nomadic life... More > style, taking possession of unattended shelter wherever we could find it. We lived in tents, crumbling log cabins, abandoned houses, a barn, a school bus, and even a chicken coop. This is the tale of my life during those years as my mother and father slowly (but somewhat reluctantly) lifted themselves out of the post-Depression era into contemporary society. I was 16 before we had a home of our own that had indoor plumbing, electricity, and a telephone. My brothers and I never minded the way we lived and, in fact, were quite happy with our way of life. If I have taken literary liberties in relating a few, otherwise mundane, incidents to spin a yarn, it was only to entertain, not to alter the facts of history. The anecdotes are real, even if the telling is a bit embellished at times.< Less
Party Animals By Jill Beninato
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This zine is called Party Animals and it features the artwork of 21 different artists from across the country. The proceeds from the sale of this zine will directly benefit the animals at A Place To... More > Bark animal rescue. All work was donated by the participating artists and the original pieces will be auctioned off on Ebay in the Fall of 2009. This 43 page, full color zine includes reproduced artwork from each artist, information about A Place To Bark animal Rescue, How To's, ways to get involved with helping animals, a dog treat recipe and much more!< Less
Now I Am Paper By Savta Uvi
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Now I Am Paper is the voice of an old tree, returning time and again to a place lost to him, a place where a little girl used to climb up his gnarled root: I remember: a gentler sound The forest... More > rustling in the rain Leaves were swirling all around I heard soft footsteps up the lane. The poem is hand-written on a paper leaves, and colorfully illustrated in watercolor. Note: The video animation version for Now I Am Paper is separately available for purchase. Other books by Savta Uvi: Jess and Wiggle Artwork by Savta Uvi: Uvi Art Gallery< Less