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Rose Colored Glasses By Marisa Williams
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Arist, writer and photographer Marisa L. Williams takes readers on a journey through her mins in this prose poetry collection. Written in from coast to coast, north to south, Marisa scribbles her... More > thoughts and observations in MI, CA, FL and MD. Journey into the depths of inner city life, feeling the emotional highs of love and the lows of heartbreak, through death and beyond with this hand-written journal-like collection.< Less
Stained Glass Sermon Book By Bradford B. Taliaferro
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This is a series of sermons published by Rev. Bradford B. Taliaferro from 1997 through 1999. They are dedicated to the series of stained glass windows in Faucett Christian Church. Each window has... More > three panes, each pane depicting a Bible scene.< Less
Rose Colored Glasses By Lisa Mae
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A riveting personal account of a child born to be a leader in a home where secrets were kept and silence was golden. Lisa Mae takes us on a transformational journey through abuse, poverty, addiction,... More > betrayal and finally—unconditional love. Rich in poetic notes and beautiful prose, Lisa Mae weaves a harrowing tale of faith, resilience and the valiant struggle of a woman searching for identity through her dysfunctional family dynamic. Honest, raw and electrically charged, discover why thousands have fallen in love with Lisa Mae's writing. Lisa Mae was also featured in the award-winning documentary, “Breaking The Silence” – a tale of five women who overcame the odds and live an empowered life!< Less
There, Behind the Glass Wall By Violet Burnley
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Mbedelia had kept a journal since she first learned to write. The only way that she could live through her abusive marriage was to talk to someone, but what happened was of such strong nature, that... More > she would only express her feelings in her journal. After April, at the beginning of spring 1969, her entrants into that book could very well have landed her in an institution. Were these things real? Did it all happen? It was as though her walls were of glass, and these beings could see right through them. Who was Auddie? Why did it seem that he could see into her very soul? Maybe these were angels, or Aliens, if so, why her? She was certainly nobody special, but then did one have to be special?< Less
Time Like Broken Glass By Jack Mackenzie
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In a world of magic one city is the focal point for a desperate struggle that is fought through all of time. Mages harness the powers of different elements – air, fire, ice, metal, even death... More > – and wield that power in their struggle to survive. But one powerful mage can control time itself. Now mages and mortals alike find themselves allied against that power and three heroes, separated by vast gulfs of time, must find a way to save the magic, the great city and existence itself< Less
broken glass and shattered hearts By calen patterson
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This book is emotions I have felt throughout my 19 years of living. I hope this book engages readers and reminds them of their value and worth. Although, we each go through our own obstacles, we... More > always have a chance at finding true happiness. After all, life is truly what we make of it. I hope whoever is reading this chooses to make it beautiful.< Less
Glass Cuts the Shadow By Danny Lee Ingram
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Danny Lee Ingram -- PAPERBACK -- Images prevail in this book of poems, poems that stimulate the senses and range from haiku to blank verse to free verse on the cutting edge. Break-ups, reality... More > checks, and tongue-in-cheek humor all present sharp edges that cut through the mask, pierce the skin, or tickle the fancy. Reviewers International Organization: Poetry emerges from crystallized perception of one's immediate world which becomes a singular story for both writer and reader. That in turn engages and elicits more perception and more story. Glass Cuts the Shadow does just that, leaving a multi-flavored appreciation for the endless variety of living experience.... Unique in kind, each poem in this short collection promises to awaken your shadow and gently or firmly cut to clarity and change. Fascinating!< Less
Woman Under Glass By CARRIE LUHN
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Meet Battleaxia, Mrs. Flatula, Traila Trass and other colorful characters who have afflicted the life of this author throughout her decades of employment. This is by no means a complete bio, but... More > instead, lightly skips through points in time; as it begins near the end of what I refer to as my feral period, touches only lightly on my emergence into the 90’s (a decade which needs its own book), and then ends up in post-crash jobs moving well into the 2010’s. The following episodes are among the few in which I have been able to find humor amid the struggle to keep eating and remain housed. I leave it to you, the reader, to glean whatever other messages may be buried between these lines, and, for now, to wonder about the gaps. This is, after all, written by a woman who is still, very much, Under Glass.< Less
Repairing Shattered Glass By John Clark Vincent
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Repairing Shattered Glass is a collection of short modern poems written over a three decade period by John Clark Vincent. He selected these poems to reflect his personal journey from his youth in... More > rural Kansas through debilitating depression and self-doubt, and the long, gradual process of reclaiming his voice in the years that followed. John studied creative writing under Victor Contoski at the University of Kansas, where he won the William Herbert Carruth Memorial Poetry Competition. He now lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Lisa Holmes, and their dogs, Sadie and Cricket.< Less
Repairing Shattered Glass: Poems By John Clark Vincent
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Repairing Shattered Glass is a collection of short modern poems written over a three decade period by John Clark Vincent. He selected these poems to reflect his personal journey from his youth in... More > rural Kansas through debilitating depression and self-doubt, and the long, gradual process of reclaiming his voice in the years that followed. John studied creative writing under Victor Contoski at the University of Kansas, where he won the William Herbert Carruth Memorial Poetry Competition. He now lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Lisa Holmes, and their dogs, Sadie and Cricket.< Less