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ULTRA SUPERIOR By PHILLIP GARY SMITH
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A true Story set in the Country's Most Rugged Endurance Ultra Runs at the Superior National Forest. The book starts as a story of Preparation, Training and Competition; Ending as a Vision and... More > Realization Lasting the Ages. The geographic combination of the Superior National Forest and Lake Superior creates a unique vision first immortalized by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his 1855 poem, "The Song of Hiawatha." Experiencing these trails expertly laid out by the S.H.T.A puts one right in the midst of the lyrics he penned. Complete with 2006 Individual Finishing results for all Spring and Fall Events, including the Minnesota Trail Race Series 2006 Schedule and Information. Novice and Experienced Ultra Runners alike, along with any athlete attempting major challenges, will find this book useful. All author royalties are donated to the Superior Hiking Trail Association, so buying this book goes to expanding and maintaining trail -- You become a part of something larger than yourself. www.ultrasuperior.com< Less
The Book of Manifest: Hip-Hop's Untold Story By James Blackwell
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Hip Hop is a living breathing thing. It thinks, it grows and it develops, and if listened to closely will give you a truth that many fail to realize. I just like Hip Hop is a manifestation of truth,... More > emotion, and a story that has developed over my lifetime, and is still growing. This book isn’t your ordinary autobiography of hip hop experiences, do’s and don’ts, or tell all for that matter. But it is me telling my all. The good, bad, and definitely the ugly. Music for me is an art , the beat my canvas and lyrics the paint. So my songs have been masterpieces created by me, but like most artists unappreciated and misunderstood. So this book is my attempt to bring you behind the “mic “ so to speak , so you can understand the motivation for my art. But I will tell you this story isn’t for the lazy minded individual because it causes you to think and reach for the truth even when it’s easier to accept the spoon-fed knowledge you know.< Less
Lightning In a Bottle: A Book Series On the Most Important Rock Albums In Music History Album #16 Dire Straits Love Over Gold By Charlie Freak
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The Dire Strait's album, Love Over Gold, saw songwriter, lead singer & guitarist Mark Knopfler take full control over not only his band but the finished product as well, as he added the title of... More > Producer to his credits. The result? The #16 Most Important Album of all time! From beginning to end, Knopfler created another masterpiece, to follow up Dire Strait's previous gem, Making Movies. And while Knopfler continued his new style of massive soundscapes on "Gold", lyrically he directed his genius wit towards the controlling elements of society, scathing the status quo over five, unforgettable songs that represented perhaps the finest songwriting in the history of Rock music. Knopfler took the listener on a moving journey across society's landscape pointing out how the masses were being controlled & by whom. At times the album was intense & moving, suspenseful, painfully truthful, hysterically funny, caustic & severe & painstakingly tender & honest, it was unforgettable & taught us the value of Love Over Gold!< Less
The Girl on the Boat By Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
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The Girl on the Boat is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse. First appeared as a serial under the title Three Men and a Maid, from October to December 1921. It was first published as a book in the U.S. in... More > 1922 by George H. Doran, NY, and as The Girl on the Boat in the UK by Herbert Jenkins, London, on June 15, 1922. The maid of the title is red-haired, dog-loving Wilhelmina "Billie" Bennet, and the three men are Bream Mortimer, a long-time friend and admirer of Billie, Eustace Hignett, a lily-livered poet who is engaged to Billie at the opening of the tale, and Sam Marlowe, Eustace's dashing cousin, who falls for Billie at first sight. All four find themselves on an ocean liner headed for England together, along with a capable young woman called Jane Hubbard who is smitten with Eustace, and typically Wodehousian romantic shenanigans ensue. Pelham Wodehouse (1881–1975) was an English humorist, whose body of work includes novels, short stories, plays, poems, song lyrics, and numerous pieces of journalism.< Less
Warrior Poet By Jake Danger
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Meet Jake Danger. Playboy romantic. Bar-hopper, God-chaser. International lawyer by day, king of Tokyo’s exploding underground rave scene by night. He wished he’d never made the Request,... More > because now something or someone was playing with his mind. Everyday events seemed pre-arranged, choreographed to coincide with his thoughts. Ask the Voice a question and immediately afterwards the answer would appear, impossibly timed – printed on the T-shirt of a passer-by, displayed on a computer screensaver, embedded in the lyrics of a song on the radio, overheard from a conversation between strangers…the coincidences were endless. Just who was the Voice, anyway? Warrior Poet leads the reader on Jake’s mind-bending quest for Truth and personal greatness through Hong Kong, Tokyo, Kentucky, and finally back to Hong Kong to face the Enemy. But would it be too late to save her? 340 pages, hard cover.< Less
The Essential Jimi Hendrix By Rotimi Ogunjobi
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"The time I burned my guitar it was like a sacrifice. You sacrifice the things you love. I love my guitar."- Jimi Hendrix James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix was a cultural icon and... More > arguably the greatest and most influential electric guitarist in rock music history. Mostly self-taught on the instrument, the left-handed Hendrix played a right-handed guitar turned upside down and re-strung to suit him. Hendrix extended the tradition of rock guitar, exploiting them to a previously undreamed-of extent. As a record producer, Hendrix was also an innovator in using the recording studio as an extension of his musical ideas. In 2003, more than 30 years after his death at 27, Rolling Stone magazine named Hendrix number one on their list of the "100 greatest guitarists of all time". This book presents Hendrix, the man, the musician, the philosopher. It presents his music, his shows, his song lyric, his life.< Less
The Essential Jimi Hendrix By Rotimi Ogunjobi
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"The time I burned my guitar it was like a sacrifice. You sacrifice the things you love. I love my guitar."- Jimi Hendrix James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix was a cultural icon and... More > arguably the greatest and most influential electric guitarist in rock music history. Mostly self-taught on the instrument, the left-handed Hendrix played a right-handed guitar turned upside down and re-strung to suit him. Hendrix extended the tradition of rock guitar, exploiting them to a previously undreamed-of extent. As a record producer, Hendrix was also an innovator in using the recording studio as an extension of his musical ideas. In 2003, more than 30 years after his death at 27, Rolling Stone magazine named Hendrix number one on their list of the "100 greatest guitarists of all time". This book presents Hendrix, the man, the musician, the philosopher. It presents his music, his shows, his song lyric, his life.< Less
Redefining the "N" Word By Gary Scott
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Nigga” the most controversial word to come out of the English language. Some hate it, some love it, and some just don’t care. Yet, it has become one of the most widely used words to... More > define the modern black in America today. What do I mean? What was your reaction to the title of this book? Did you see someone harshly spit that word out in a southern drawl? Did you see someone use it while giving dap, then affectionately converse about the hood? Did you see someone scream it in rage as they repeatedly shoot someone? Was it rhymed in a lyric to a new song? Or, is it a word that has no meaning until you randomly decide to give it one? The word “Nigga” is grossly offensive to some but not to others. However, as a diverse people, we have one thing in common with the word nigga. How do we take the conflicting messages of what this peculiarly ambiguous word means and bring resolution to them?This book attempts to do that by placing you right in the middle of that cultural battle. William G.< Less
Warrior Poet By Jake Danger
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Meet Jake Danger. Playboy romantic. Bar-hopper, God-chaser. International lawyer by day, king of Tokyo’s exploding underground rave scene by night. He wished he’d never made the Request,... More > because now something or someone was playing with his mind. Everyday events seemed pre-arranged, choreographed to coincide with his thoughts. Ask the Voice a question and immediately afterwards the answer would appear, impossibly timed – printed on the T-shirt of a passer-by, displayed on a computer screensaver, embedded in the lyrics of a song on the radio, overheard from a conversation between strangers…the coincidences were endless. Just who was the Voice, anyway? Warrior Poet leads the reader on Jake’s mind-bending quest for Truth and personal greatness through Hong Kong, Tokyo, Kentucky, and finally back to Hong Kong to face the Enemy. But would it be too late to save her? 340 pages, hard cover.< Less
Cowboy By Staci Stallings
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Life has done its best to knock Beth McCasland to the ground, and the truth is: it’s done a pretty good job of keeping her there. Stuck in a minimum-wage job with a young daughter counting on... More > her, Beth does her best to stay standing under the weight of it all because she knows God is on her side. Then one night she gets the chance to be an angel to another of life’s weary travelers. For once hope has never looked so real. Cowboy is a grace-filled story about the power of giving everything to God and how a simple act of compassion can change lives forever. Emotional, soothing, and heart-wrenching, Cowboy is infused with the message that no matter who we are and no matter what life has thrown at us, we never have to walk alone. Staci Stallings has intertwined the loss and grief of two characters into a sweet love story. Full of truths and illustrations of God’s grace, Cowboy will capture a reader’s heart. Stallings has peppered in song lyrics that strike a beautiful chord. Eileen Key< Less

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