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The Gutters of Scotland By Melissa Sheehan
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He bent my wrist back to show me how it would hurt. It hurt. A boy wears the mask of a soldier. One day he’s only a soldier. Only a fight. Only in the right light. The baton smash on the backs... More > of my sisters, the waiting over. And did I leave something on the floor? J’oublie le pommier. I forgot how far the woods could stretch. How far do you travel for your dying star, Gabriel? Did he hear your message once you brought it to the stage? Did you apologize? Did you back out, back down, get back to the ground? How does it feel when he says your name in his sleep? When he calls calls calls like a murder of crows. The siren call for your hoarse throat. For the poems you wrote. For the cities you brought him to, for the meteor that shot past your plane. I found your name in a book and I expected it to be you, I expected him to tell me what you wouldn’t, I expected it to stick. Gabriel, I fought it.< Less
Isthmus Thus By Brett Banfe
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Isthmus Thus is a novel alive. Brace yourself for the undiscovered treasure of your own immanence. It is stirring in the trees and bustling in the breeze. It is the story of coming to know anything... More > at all. Of loving, of leaving- of setting records straight. The novel clarifies even as it confuses. This is the story of myself struggling to find the meaning of a question. Striving to fling starfish from sand to surf and coming face to face with the pretense of my own derision. I dig my hands into the sand of my mental beach and watch the world fall at my feet. And I hope that somewhere, someone has listened to that love bore between these lines and found the heart has flooded in wordless relief. Do not take half-a-bite of this novel, for it will leave you bitter and dissatisfied. If you choose to, swallow and ravage this like it were a lullaby and you were dressing down for sleep. You will find its relevance rustling in the distant meadows, a crow's callous caw blasting blasphemed banter at a misshapen moon.< Less
Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens By J. M. Barrie
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Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, J. M. Barrie; Illustrated Arthur Rackham, 1910. This is one of four major literary works by Barrie featuring the widely known literary character he originated, Peter... More > Pan. Peter is a seven-day-old infant who, "like all infants", used to be part bird. Peter has complete faith in his flying abilities, so, upon hearing a discussion of his adult life, he is able to escape out of the window of his London home and return to Kensington Gardens. Upon returning to the Gardens, Peter is shocked to learn from the crow Solomon Caw that he is not still a bird, but more like a human – Solomon says he is crossed between them as a "Betwixt-and-Between". Unfortunately, Peter now knows he cannot fly, so he is stranded in Kensington Gardens. At first, Peter can only get around on foot, but he commissions the building of a child-sized thrush's nest that he can use as a boat to navigate the Gardens by way of the Serpentine, the large lake that divides Kensington Gardens from Hyde Park.< Less
Devil's Edge By Marlene Thornton
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Horror is drama. All 55 or more stories will take you into the "Devil's Edge" ~~~~~Maryland's Whore Piston's Courage Blaze's Quest Radio Shatter's Prime Voodoo Romance Playhouse of... More > Planets Candy Lane Romance Crab Hill Starlene Trina's Excape Candy Land Pantora's Reach Hat's Map Capricorn Hill Dynasty Brown Ingrid's Ridge Jasmine's Romance Cornelia Asia Zorga's Quest Misty's Rampage Avenge of the Dragon The Devil's Play Candy Gone Bad Passion's Door Sybil's Reach Emily's Break Coral of Lake Olds Molly's Path Way The Star Child Mimes Gate Tonka's Course Picture Hall Mr. Mini Clock Patty Cakes Arms Pathway Crow's Castle Diselute’s Play Fluffy the Car Ice-cream Land Candle Land The Polliwog's Butterfly Child Legacy of Crom Doegy Stage's Cliff Avenge of the Dragon Ameno's Run Ameno's Run - rewrote Stainless Steel Gully Slave's Kokio's Revenge Makeup Alley King Jagal< Less
Lay Your Head By Lee Redfern
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Life is full of many coincidences. There are people you meet who will change your future, many of which you will never see again. Imagine them all coming together by accident at the same place and at... More > the same time. Guy Mann can't until he meets Dylan Dies on a London Heath one evening. He doesn't recognise him from ten years before but they are both there to meet the same person – Annie Crow – Dylan's former pupil and girlfriend and the woman Guy has been helping to recover her past. When joined by Dylan's current girlfriend, Amelia Fleisch, the group bond quickly the tears quickly show. From sleep-deprived drinking games and gun-weilding interventions that follow, where Dylan's need to bury his past to preserve his future, the rest dig everything back up for the birds to feed upon. One will finally lay their head to sleep but at whose cost? The night becomes a mind trip like no other.< Less
Embracing Water By Mim Tea
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Embracing Water is one book of six epic stories which echo with a murder of love. The False Door tells of Ina and Nyam escaping the Inca royal vengeance against their illegal union. Their blood soaks... More > the soil of the Muisca sacred lake, El Dorado. The Man and La Mancha tells of Miguel captured and enslaved by a rich Arab merchant, and of his fame for storytelling. The Horseless Rider tells of the Marquis of Surba's love of the Chibcha nun, Zara. Their next years are spent eluding pursuers and curses. The Jam Maker tells of Herman Melville seeking a woman of enormous historical import in South America. He finds Manuela Saenz a long way from revolution and glory. The Fog Splitters tells of Blanca Poveda's secret political work when she meets Jose Paris who is caught in a web of antiquity theft. Drinking Pitch tells of Juan Castillo's deadly political affiliations. Anie Crowe accidentally meets the injured Juan and together they cross several borders to relive the curse of Ina and Nyam.< Less
Billy Bones By Jen Miller
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What do you do when you’ve already done everything? After 2 terms as the leader of the free world, ex-President Morgan Ulysses Crane is being put out to pasture on the golf course. Hounded by... More > press & with his marriage hanging by a thread, Morgan hits the road, winding up in his ancestral home in the Montana wilderness. Here Morgan begins life incognito, rediscovering the passion that once made him great. But all is not as it seems in this idyllic wild. The Uranium mine casts a long shadow and Morgan’s investigation to uncover its dark secrets embroils him in the unexpected fight of his life. Spurred on by no less than the Crow Indian Nation, romantic rivals, mysteriously dead cattle, two local radio djs with the world’s greatest vinyl collection and a local flyfishing legend whom the Neil Young songs in his own head assure him could be the love of his life, Morgan spearheads a grass roots campaign, forcing him on a collision course with his forsaken political life.< Less
Isthmus Thus By Brett Banfe
eBook (PDF): $2.17
Isthmus Thus is a novel alive. Brace yourself for the undiscovered treasure of your own immanence. It is stirring in the trees and bustling in the breeze. It is the story of coming to know anything... More > at all. Of loving, of leaving- of setting records straight. The novel clarifies even as it confuses. This is the story of myself struggling to find the meaning of a question. Striving to fling starfish from sand to surf and coming face to face with the pretense of my own derision. I dig my hands into the sand of my mental beach and watch the world fall at my feet. And I hope that somewhere, someone has listened to that love bore between these lines and found the heart has flooded in wordless relief. Do not take half-a-bite of this novel, for it will leave you bitter and dissatisfied. If you choose to, swallow and ravage this like it were a lullaby and you were dressing down for sleep. You will find its relevance rustling in the distant meadows, a crow's callous caw blasting blasphemed banter at a misshapen moon.< Less
Arthur Scott Bailey, Collection By Arthur Scott Bailey
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Arthur Scott Bailey (1877 – 1949) was an American writer. He was the author of more than forty children's books. In this ebook: The tale of Reddy Woodpecker, The Tale of Cuffy Bear, The Tale of... More > Jolly Robin, The Tale of Solomon Owl, The Tale of Betsy Butterfly, The Tale of Old Dog Spot, The Tale of Grumpy Weasel, The Tale of Miss Kitty Cat, The Tale of Freddie Firefly, The Tale of Benny Badger, The Tale of Frisky Squirrel, The Tale of Fatty Coon, The Tale of Henrietta Hen, The Tale of Daddy Longlegs, The Tale of Buster Bumblebee, The Tale of Ferdinand Frog, The Tale of Brownie Beaver, The Tale of Peter Mink, The Tale of Jimmy Rabbit, The Tale of Kiddie Katydid, The Tale of Pony Twinkleheels, The Tale of Major Monkey, The Tale of Snowball Lamb, The Tale of Timothy Turtle, The Tale of Mrs. Ladybug The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse, The Tale of Sandy Chipmunk The Tale of Old Mr. Crow, The Tale of Tommy Fox, The Tale of Chirpy Cricket, The Tale of Rusty Wren, The Tale of Billy Woodchuck and more...< Less
LOVING LOUISE, Patric's Colorful Scarf By Marilyn Horst Cindy Ponko
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LOVIN G LOUISE, Patric's Colorful Scarf, is book three of the LOVING LOUISE series. Patric is one of Louie's 12 adopted roosters. When a hawk has been discovered flying over the farm yard, Patric... More > and his 11 siblings use Patric's colorful scarf to distratc the hawk. LOVING LOUIES, A Mother's Love Is For Always, is a story of a mother's unconditional love. Louise is a blue-gray Silkie Hen who lived with Carol and Brian Seago in northern Wisconsin. This book is based on stories, as told by Carol and Brian, of the real Loving Louise. Louise, the hen, has no rooster on the farm, so she cannot have her own baby chicks. The farmer and his wife had an idea that would make Louise very happy. Imagine the surprise when 12 white roosters hatched from the eggs that the farmer left in the nest for her. In spite of their differences, Louise adopted all 12 roosters and loved them all unconditionally. Now that's something to crow about! Beautiful watercolor illustrations fill the pages throughout the story.< Less

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