The Young Writers of Rancho are budding authors in second through fifth grades at Rancho Elementary School in Novato, Ca. These kids love to write, and have worked hard to create these wonderful... More > stories.< Less
This monograph contains photographs of one of the most famous churches anywhere. The photographs were taken using a digital pinhole camera making them soft and mysterious. As a result they reflect... More > the mystery and spirituality that has accrued across the last century.< Less
Corporate stress, incessant travel and unexpected hot flashes – this is the life of Marketing Director J.D. Johnston. When her hotel management company sends her off on yet another training... More > session at a New Mexico ranch, J.D. is less than thrilled. When she runs into handsome cowboy Dallas Brooks, however, the prospect of spending several days in a bucolic setting suddenly doesn’t seem so bad. For Dallas, the attraction is mutual and he can’t seem to keep his hands off J.D. While suffering through the seminar, the two of them start to realize a few things about what they really want in life, including sex with each other!< Less
There is a story behind every significant accumulation of wealth. This is my fictional story of how a major ranch and sizable accumulation of wealth was created in West Texas immediately after the... More > Civil War.
The story is pure fiction and the people are fictional. Any resemblance to persons living, or dead, is purely coincidental.
I hope you enjoy this story. I enjoyed writing it.< Less
Travel Journal Rancho Cucamonga - California. Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Rancho Cucamonga - California. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other... More > useful aids to help you record and remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
This project of the Sonoma County Genealogical Society is based on some of the earliest land records that still exist in Sonoma County. They are written in Spanish and predate the admission of... More > California as a state. Historically, these records involve some of the first land grants made to private individuals in the area north of San Francisco. The petitions in this project were submitted to the court to document proof of ownership of these grants and to verify title. The court of record was in the city of Sonoma, under the jurisdiction of General Mariano Vallejo. The original records are in Spanish, but they were translated, edited, and extracted for this project by SCGS member Camelia Domenech O'Connor. These extractions are only through 1846.< Less