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Anne of the Island By Lucy Maud Montgomery
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Excerpt: That old spare room has always seemed like a shrine to me. When I was a child I thought it the most wonderful apartment in the world. You remember what a consuming desire I had to sleep in... More > a spare room bed -- but not the Green Gables spare room. Oh, no, never there! It would have been too terrible -- I couldn't have slept a wink from awe. I never WALKED through that room when Marilla sent me in on an errand -- no, indeed, I tiptoed through it and held my breath, as if I were in church, and felt relieved when I got out of it. The pictures of George Whitefield and the Duke of Wellington hung there, one on each side of the mirror, and frowned so sternly at me all the time I was in, especially if I dared peep in the mirror, which was the only one in the house that didn't twist my face a little.< Less
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On the Edge By Shara Azod
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Keagan Farrell needed to breathe. She needed five minutes, five hours, a day, something that wouldn't entail her title as a Marine being repeated in googley-eyed awe and misinformation. Distinctly... More > alone in a room full of people who thought that the call of duty was a video game and PTSD could be fixed with pats on the shoulders and the singing of kumbaya, she'd come to understand that her veneer of calm was beginning to crack. After a tour in Iraq left scars that ran deeper than childhood memories, she just couldn't sit by and listen to one more person ask if she were "okay." Leaving her hometown in Virginia wasn't the most appealing option but it was necessary. Yet, what was intended to simply be a get-a-way soon turns into the salve for her wounds that Keagan has been searching for. Said salve comes in the form of two slippery squid Special Force types that clearly have the resilience to survive the Navy and break down every single defense she has. Keagan finds herself on the edge...and she likes it...< Less
On the Edge By Shara Azod
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Keagan Farrell needed to breathe. She needed five minutes, five hours, a day, something that wouldn't entail her title as a Marine being repeated in googley-eyed awe and misinformation. Distinctly... More > alone in a room full of people who thought that the call of duty was a video game and PTSD could be fixed with pats on the shoulders and the singing of kumbaya, she'd come to understand that her veneer of calm was beginning to crack. After a tour in Iraq left scars that ran deeper than childhood memories, she just couldn't sit by and listen to one more person ask if she were "okay." Leaving her hometown in Virginia wasn't the most appealing option but it was necessary. Yet, what was intended to simply be a get-a-way soon turns into the salve for her wounds that Keagan has been searching for. Said salve comes in the form of two slippery squid Special Force types that clearly have the resilience to survive the Navy and break down every single defense she has. Keagan finds herself on the edge...and she likes it...< Less
Passion Through Poetry By Vonita Buirski
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This is the story of a voyage—a voyage through life’s emotions in their power and glory. We are transported from a place of fear, aching grief, and sorrow, to a place of sweet victory. In... More > this place we will not only live but also soar. We are part of one common force, one precious life force breathed into us: humanity. The purpose of each poem is to resonate with the heart of another. Every soul is in a different place of being and has a unique story to tell. My words are a song, a song of my heart—felt rather than thought into being. My hope is that some part of this poetry may resonate with your heart, and that you may be touched, comforted, encouraged, inspired, or renewed. Passion Through Poetry is a triumph of hope, a reminder that there is light past the darkness, and that joy is waiting for you just around the corner! “This colorful collection of verse is both gracefully written and gorgeously designed. ... A volume that revels in flashes of insight and moments of beauty.” — Kirkus Reviews< Less
Passion Through Poetry By Vonita Buirski
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This is the story of a voyage—a voyage through life’s emotions in their power and glory. We are transported from a place of fear, aching grief, and sorrow, to a place of sweet victory. In... More > this place we will not only live but also soar. We are part of one common force, one precious life force breathed into us: humanity. The purpose of each poem is to resonate with the heart of another. Every soul is in a different place of being and has a unique story to tell. My words are a song, a song of my heart—felt rather than thought into being. My hope is that some part of this poetry may resonate with your heart, and that you may be touched, comforted, encouraged, inspired, or renewed. Passion Through Poetry is a triumph of hope, a reminder that there is light past the darkness, and that joy is waiting for you just around the corner! “This colorful collection of verse is both gracefully written and gorgeously designed. ... A volume that revels in flashes of insight and moments of beauty.” — Kirkus Reviews< Less
The Poetry of Business By Wayne Visser
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It was time to leave. A bitter-sweet time. The CEO felt sadness, but also contentment. The business he had conceived and birthed and nurtured was mature enough to stand on its own feet now; to live... More > out its own life. Ironically, the way he saw it, the company was not the legacy he was leaving at all. The real value was in the way in which the business lived and breathed and kept its people engaged and passionate. That was the real gift he had given them. And that was why he was leaving behind his scruffy notebooks in the boardroom cabinet - those dog-eared, tea-stained pages on which, over the years, he had jotted down his ideas. Scrawled untidily were the lessons he had learned along the way: about how to make a business 'fit for human beings'; about how to survive in commerce and still sleep soundly at night; about how to create a company that served society, instead of the other way around. So many thoughts …< Less
Lost Footnotes of the Gospels By Holly Jensen
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"Holly Jensen’s poetry sneaks up beside you, nudges you gently or whacks you on the head, and leaves you thinking: 'Damn, I didn’t know words could do that.' Oh, and that sharp... More > intake of breath you heard? That was you, reacting." --Christine Howey, creator of Exact Change // "Just when I thought, after all these years, that I had a grip on my tiny view of the universe, these wondrous poems require me to abandon my notions and start over. At once mystical and probing, they are also gritty and decidedly honest. As good poems should, this collection reminds us there is much work to be done in our daily interior labors." --Michael Delp, author of The Last Good Water // "Profound without self-importance, these poems present as sacred superscript the lessons blazing into a life and those life burns away." -- Elizabeth Savage, author of Grammar // Fresh, sharp, haunting, and funny, "Lost Footnotes of the Gospels" sheds a unique light on the heavenly and the human.< Less
Reason For Rhyme By Anthony Reid
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This is an entertaining and thought provoking read, a collection of over 100 poems from a new author. Anthony undoubtedly had his own unique style which consistently brings a nice combination of... More > alliteration and rhyming couplets to the forefront without sacrificing depth and meaning – in fact many of his pieces carry very profound and positive messages. There are also quirky, humorous poems and other light-hearted offerings scattered throughout helping to set a nice pace that keeps you turning the pages. Overall the book is more an account of one mans insights into the world he seems to find himself at odds with, though, perhaps ironically, they invariably end up conveying sentiments that I think many of us share. With subjects such as love, loneliness, politics, family, work and faith – the book gives good variety whilst managing to maintain a continuity in style & technique. If you're seeking a breath of poetic ‘fresh air’ in the shape of something current & ably crafted then ‘Reason For Rhyme’ is a must.< Less

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