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The Adventures of Thelma the Uncivil Servant By Jenny Haynes
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The Adventures of Thelma the Uncivil Servant is a raunchy, no-holds barred and completely fictional account of a British Civil Servant and part-time stand-up comic being dragged into a plot to bring... More > about the downfall of the Government. Will Louise Benedict do the right thing and step in to save the day? Or will she keep her eyes on the prize, a coveted live TV spot, and let the Government go hang?< Less
The Adventures of Thelma the Uncivil Servant By Jenny Haynes
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The Adventures of Thelma the Uncivil Servant is a raunchy, no-holds barred and completely fictional account of a British Civil Servant and part-time stand-up comic being dragged into a plot to bring... More > about the downfall of the Government. Will Louise Benedict do the right thing and step in to save the day? Or will she keep her eyes on the prize, a coveted live TV spot, and let the Government go hang?< Less
Chivalry By Mark Dalliston
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Denise remembers vividly that day sixty years ago when Stephanie died. She was killed instantly by a Detective’s bullet. Stephanie had been Denise's one true love. They were trying to escape... More > and Denise had to take emergency action to avoid ending up at the bottom of a quarry. Why were they evading the law? They were on the verge of capture for destroying hallowed sports grounds that men loved. They destroyed these icons as payback for the physical, sexual, and emotional violence against a million Australian women every year. The trigger for destroying these stadiums occurred when Denise suffered sexual abuse at the hands of two burglars. Stephanie vanquished the two but the damage already was done. Denise suffered panic attacks and underwent counselling afterwards. Before that, they had lived a life of partying, dancing, and drugs. Those were the best days of Denise's life. It was a life full of fun and devoid of responsibility. They shared their lives, love, and a house.< Less
Chivalry By Mark Dalliston
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Denise remembers vividly that day sixty years ago when Stephanie died. She was killed instantly by a Detective’s bullet. Stephanie had been Denise's one true love. They were trying to escape... More > and Denise had to take emergency action to avoid ending up at the bottom of a quarry. Why were they evading the law? They were on the verge of capture for destroying hallowed sports grounds that men loved. They destroyed these icons as payback for the physical, sexual, and emotional violence against a million Australian women every year. The trigger for destroying these stadiums occurred when Denise suffered sexual abuse at the hands of two burglars. Stephanie vanquished the two but the damage already was done. Denise suffered panic attacks and underwent counselling afterwards.< Less
Crossing the Rapelands: A One - Woman Show By Carolyn Gage
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This is a one-woman show about the playwright’s experiences of hitchhiking through America in the early 1970's—specifically about hitchhiking from Boulder to Los Angeles, to San Francisco... More > and back with another woman in the summer of 1973. In this tale of lost lesbian love, Gage incorporates the tales of other women crossing the "Rapelands" of the West: Sacajawea, Janis Joplin, Thelma and Louise, and the Women of the Oregon Trail.< Less
Crossing the Rapelands: A One-Woman Show By Carolyn Gage
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This is a one-woman show about the playwright’s experiences of hitchhiking through America in the early 1970's—specifically about hitchhiking from Boulder to Los Angeles, to San Francisco... More > and back with another woman in the summer of 1973. In this tale of lost lesbian love,Gage incorporates the tales of other women crossing the "Rapelands" of the West: Sacajawea, Janis Joplin, Thelma and Louise, and the Women of the Oregon Trail.< Less
Crossing the Rapelands: A One-Woman Show By Carolyn Gage
eBook (ePub): $5.99
This is a one-woman show about the playwright’s experiences of hitchhiking through America in the early 1970's—specifically about hitchhiking from Boulder to Los Angeles, to San Francisco... More > and back with another woman in the summer of 1973. In this tale of lost lesbian love, Gage incorporates the tales of other women crossing the "Rapelands" of the West: Sacajawea, Janis Joplin, Thelma and Louise, and the Women of the Orego< Less
Where There Is A Williams There Is a Way By Amy LeBrun
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Cook Book by Amy LeBrun in honor of Thelma Louise Poe Williams her maternal grandmother. Featuring recipes from the Williams family. Stories of the Williams family are also shared among the home... More > cooking recipes.< Less
I Now Pronouce You... By Krazy Kaur
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We’re coming up on the 25th anniversary of the surprise hit film, Thelma and Louise, which seemed to strike a cord with the American public, in particular American women. Like Thelma and... More > Louise, many women in our society start off on the road trip of their adult lives with every intention to keep their place and follow the rules. The trouble is that too often men don’t play by the same rules—and if they cheat, women lose. As a consequence, like Thelma, who for years put up with an overbearing husband, women often suffer as second-class citizens, if not with respect to competing with men in our society, many times in their relationships where power is not distributed evenly. I Now Pronounce You… was written to give the reader a chance to recognize in the novel’s characters, issues they may be dealing with in their relationships. Once identified, the solutions to complex problems are never straightforward, but a good therapist can be invaluable as an aid to working out those solutions.< Less
I Now Pronounce You... By Krazy Kaur
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We’re coming up on the 25th anniversary of the surprise hit film, Thelma and Louise, which seemed to strike a cord with the American public, in particular American women. Like Thelma and... More > Louise, many women in our society start off on the road trip of their adult lives with every intention to keep their place and follow the rules. The trouble is that too often men don’t play by the same rules—and if they cheat, women lose. As a consequence, like Thelma, who for years put up with an overbearing husband, women often suffer as second-class citizens, if not with respect to competing with men in our society, many times in their relationships where power is not distributed evenly. I Now Pronounce You… was written to give the reader a chance to recognize in the novel’s characters, issues they may be dealing with in their relationships. Once identified, the solutions to complex problems are never straightforward, but a good therapist can be invaluable as an aid to working out those solutions.< Less