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The Flight of the Bluebirds By AnnLouise Seale
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A memoir of her early childhood as a WWII evacuee by Ann Louise Seale
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Dragon Hill and Other Stories By Stephen Seale
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Dragon Hill- Reunification has come to Korea, just in time for invasion. Will Korea fall, or will they be saved by extra-terrestrial allies? Álfheimrsaga- The Vanir city of Álfheimr... More > is being attacked by their greatest rivals. Will Njörd be successful in defending the city from the hordes of the Æsir? Darkness- The crew of the USS Byron land on an alien world that is filled with beauty, but all is not as idyllic as it seems. Is Earth itself in danger? The Death Ray of Dr. Vindictus- Dr. Vindictus is planning to destroy a major city with his death ray. Will the Cloaked Avenger be able to stop him in time?< Less
The Eagle Ford: A Partly Factual and Occasionally True Memoir from the Oilfields of South Texas and Northern Mexico By Brandon Seale
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In South Texas and northern Mexico, the Eagle Ford play has brought the oil and gas industry to the forefront of people’s minds. Yet outsiders find it hard to see the industry sympathetically,... More > because they so rarely see the people that inhabit it. The collection offers a vivid picture of life and people in the industry and includes short stories (some fictional, some not) about gun battles with Mexican cartels, songs without music masquerading as poems, and essays on the oil and gas business and the larger-than-life personalities in it.< Less
The Eagle Ford: A Partly Factual and Occasionally True Memoir from the Oilfields of South Texas and Northern Mexico By Brandon Seale
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In South Texas and northern Mexico, the Eagle Ford play has brought the oil and gas industry to the forefront of people’s minds. Yet outsiders find it hard to see the industry sympathetically,... More > because they so rarely see the people that inhabit it. The collection offers a vivid picture of life and people in the industry and includes short stories (some fictional, some not) about gun battles with Mexican cartels, songs without music masquerading as poems, and essays on the oil and gas business and the larger-than-life personalities in it.< Less
Staggering: Life and Death on the Texas Frontier at Staggers Point By Avrel Seale
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In 1829, recent arrivals from Ireland began moving to a patch of wilderness near the Brazos River in Mexican Texas. They came seeking freedom and fortune. What they found was malaria, war, the... More > constant threat of gruesome Indian massacres, wolves, panthers — and an abiding happiness that has kept many descendants there to this day. At Staggers Point, near modern-day Bryan, Texas, they collided and coexisted with four other cultures: Americans, American Indians, Mexicans, and enslaved African Americans. These families bore witness to the greatest political upheavals of nineteenth century America, and their lives spanned the full range of human experience — from scratching out a living on a primitive frontier; to fleeing and fighting bands of Comanches and other American Indians, the Mexican army, and common criminals; to the joys and sorrows of raising children beyond the reach of civilization. Though they were common pioneers, to us their experiences, their feats, and their very survival are staggering.< Less
You're a Failure, Get Over It!: How to Succeed and be Successful by Deciding to Fail By Stephen Seal
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Stephen Seal’s approaches the topic of success from a unique point of view; encouraging us not only to accept our failures but to embrace them and to seek out further failures. In so doing we... More > are free of the crippling guilt that society has instilled in us and liberated to focus on what we really want. Seal urges us to consciously and continuously fail proudly in order to succeed.< Less
The Tree: A Spiritual Proposition, and Selected Essays By Avrel Seale
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In this short book, Avrel Seale suggests that all of nature is a metaphor for the spiritual world. In such a scheme, God is represented by the sun, and the human being is represented by the tree,... More > which has its roots in the material world but becomes more glorious as it grows toward the life-giving sun. Other essays rounding out this book examine the transitions between barbaric societies and ideal civilizations, the fractal patterns of creation, the seven steps to heaven on Earth, and a brief rumination on the ultimate meaning of life. See also www.AvrelSeale.com< Less
The Hull, the Sail, and the Rudder: A Search for the Boundaries of the Body, Mind, and Soul By Avrel Seale
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A creative memoir mixing storytelling, theory, humor, and spiritual exploration, The Hull, the Sail, and the Rudder builds on the work of thinkers from ancient to modern times in an audacious quest... More > for a unified theory of human life. Seale’s destination, it turns out, is as close as the boat he’s sitting in. Through the workings of the hull, the sail, and the rudder, he learns that our bodies, minds, and souls can be defined by the different functions they perform as well as by their differing internal structures, and that the unique way that those three fields intersect in every person accounts for the differences in who we are. See also www.AvrelSeale.com.< Less
Dude: A Generation X Memoir By Avrel Seale
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What is a dude? An American male who came of age in the 1970s and ’80s, when a host of bizarre cultural influences converged to produce a bizarre generational tribe. The Dude Nation is... More > identifiable by its music, its TV and movie references, its linguistic habits, and the toys that shaped its consciousness. Avrel Seale mines his own Texas youth of the 1970s and ’80s to produce a richly textured, inherently funny retrospective on what is now called Generation X. At once personal, sociological, and comical, he reveals the pop culture, politics, race- and gender-relations, and general outlook of this hard-to-pin-down subculture. If you’re a dude, this book will help you reclaim and honor your inner dude. If you are not a dude, this stroll through a hilarious slice of Americana will help you better understand every dude in your life. www.AvrelSeale.com< Less