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The Way Out: An Exotic Dancer's Story of Freedom By Patricia Grace
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E-Book Edition In PDF Format: Patricia Grace, now a pastor’s wife, danced naked in “Gentlemen’s Clubs” under the stage name “Tess”. Her autobiography, The Way... More > Out: An Exotic Dancer’s Story Of Freedom, covers her years as an exotic dancer and her deliverance from abuse and exploitation through the grace of Jesus Christ. Her powerful testimony offers rays of hope to any reader trapped in any bad situation. Her central message: No matter what you have done, no matter what has been done to you, Jesus cares about you and can provide you with your own Way Out. Patricia says, “God never wastes a hurt”.< Less
HYPO.thesis By Keith Kovach
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HYPO.thesis is the infusion of Sculpture, Painting, Photography, Digital Media and Fiber Arts. This project of new ideas and art is manifested through the collaborative effort of ten Central Florida... More > artists: Annie Caps, Janae Corrado, Daniela Cosovic, Glen Gramling, Danielle L. Jones, Caberbe Joseph, Alice Kramer, Brian Salisbury, Henry Screiber and Katie Urban.< Less
HYPO.thesis By Keith Kovach
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HYPO.thesis is the infusion of Sculpture, Painting, Photography, Digital Media and Fiber Arts. This project of new ideas and art is manifested through the collaborative effort of ten Central Florida... More > artists: Annie Caps, Janae Corrado, Daniela Cosovic, Glen Gramling, Danielle L. Jones, Caberbe Joseph, Alice Kramer, Brian Salisbury, Henry Screiber and Katie Urban.< Less
CLOUDS OVER PARADISE By Robert Johnson
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illegal immigrants, as young as ten arrive in central Florida by boat, housed in slum conditions in and around Orlando sold to rich clients to become house slaves and/or bedroom slaves, returned when... More > owner tires of them, sometimes they disappear, presumably dead.< Less
Auntie's Ghost By Bruce Ashkenas
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Emily Clark is twelve years old when her great aunt comes to live with her family in a small central Florida town in 1958. Auntie dies soon after but returns from the afterlife to help Emily through... More > the problems of growing up in that time and place.< Less
Connections, A Collection of Poems By Poetry Ensemble of Orlando
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Poetry Ensemble of Orlando has assembled this wonderful collection of poems.All proceeds from this book, benefit various Central Florida arts organizations. The Poets: Alice R. Friedman, Russ... More > Golata, Leslie Halpern, Estelle Lipp, and Robert A.Osborne.< Less
The Season By Hilda Bridget Turner
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I was born on February 8, 1951 in a small migrant camp town in Southeast Florida. This mostly hot sandy little community was called Indiantown. My mother was a nineteen years old along, who with her... More > father David and other siblings, lived at this camp during the seasonal months of 1950. They worked picking vegetables out in the enormous fields owned by local farmers for what little money they could make. This money was to be taken back home to care for the rest of the family. Times were hard and the family needed money to make ends meet. My grandmother, Annie Mae, was at home, a two-hour drive north in central Florida. She was caring for all the younger children. David and Annie Mae came to Florida in 1950; their children would always tease them by saying . . . . “We left Carolina in 1949 and got to Florida in 1950”. Of course it was late December when they left, and January 1st by the time they arrived.< Less
THE RANSOM OF MICKEY MOUSE: A Tale of Global Terror and Personal Redemption By Craig Startt
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The story develops on several planes. In 1999 an Iraqi/Iranian submarine delivers a Soviet era nerve gas weapon to a remote Argentine laboratory to be reprocessed into a portable weapon. A team of... More > American radicals and foreign terrorists is recruited to smuggle the lethal nerve gas weapon into a Disney World theme park in Florida to extort a large payment from the world community by holding hostage the entire theme park and most of Central Florida. The terrorist team uses powered hang gliders to enter the theme park and secure a detonation site in the theme park's major restaurant The President is in Australia with the Secretary of Defense and the crisis responsibility devolves into a conflict between the Vice president and the Governor of Florida. The terrorist team is confronted by a retiring FBI agent in the park and dissension within the team between the foreign moderates and the American fanatics. The ending is at cross grain with expectations< Less
Indian River Country : Volume 2: 1890-1892 By Bonnie Garmon & Jim Garmon
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A collection of articles from the Florida Star newspaper. This newspaper was published in Titusville, Florida from 1880 to 1914 and served the people of the central east coast of Florida from New... More > Smyrna to Ft. Pierce and Port St. Lucie. These articles tell the story of the Indian River inhabitants and how they lived and worked in this new frontier of the United States in the last part of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Genealogists, historians, and lovers of history will discover a rich source of information about the ordinary, and not-so-ordinary, people who made the Indian River Country their new home. This volume covers 1890 through 1892 and includes an index of all names mentioned in the articles, along with images of some of the advertisements carried by the paper.< Less
Indian River Country Volume 2 By Jim and Bonnie Garmon
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A collection of articles from the Florida Star newspaper. This newspaper was published in Titusville, Florida from 1880 to 1914 and served the people of the central east coast of Florida from New... More > Smyrna to Ft. Pierce and Port St. Lucie. These articles tell the story of the Indian River inhabitants and how they lived and worked in this new frontier of the United States in the last part of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Genealogists, historians, and lovers of history will discover a rich source of information about the ordinary, and not-so-ordinary, people who made the Indian River Country their new home. This volume covers 1890 through 1892 and includes an index of all names mentioned in the articles, along with images of some of the advertisements carried by the paper.< Less

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