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Adventures In Contentment-Great Possessions-Adventures In Friendship-The Friendly Road By David Grayson
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These special books are masterpieces on the art of living. At a time when the whole world seems to be filled with greed and fear and force, Pulitzer Prize winning author David Grayson finds just the... More > right words to calm our concerns. The author's Pulitzer Prize was awarded for his work as a journalist reporting facts. This series of books is based on reflections of "the inner man". Grayson wished most to be "a maker of understandings". His books of wisdom and observations have sold more than two million copies. Because his observations are so universal, his messages gently repair and uplift the soul.< Less
The Friendly Road: New Adventures in Contentment By David Grayson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Ray Stannard Baker (April 17, 1870 in Lansing, Michigan –... More > July 12, 1946 in Amherst, Massachusetts) (also known by his pen name David Grayson) was an American journalist, historian, biographer, and author.Baker was born in Michigan. After graduating from the State Agricultural College (now Michigan State University), he attended law school at the University of Michigan in 1891 before launching his career as a journalist in 1892 with the Chicago News-Record, where he covered the Pullman Strike and Coxey's Army in 1894.In 1898 Baker joined the staff of McClure's, a pioneer muckraking magazine, and quickly rose to prominence along with Lincoln Steffens and Ida Tarbell. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Stannard_Baker< Less
Great Possessions (Illustrated) By David Grayson
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Ray Stannard Baker was an American journalist who used the pen name David Grayson. Baker wrote eight books of essays and observations on life's simple pleasures. Adventures in Contentment was the... More > first of these books written ten years before Great Possessions. Grayson talks of the earth and the tastes and smells he has encountered. His observations about life and the world around him are classic. He talks not of the outer visible life of a man, but rather of the inner thoughts and experiences that are in their own way much more fulfilling.< Less
The Friendly Road : New Adventures in Contentment By David Grayson
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A beautiful and enjoyable story of rural living in America during the turn of the 20th century. Grayson embarks on one of the joys of youth, regaining a sense of perfect freedom. He takes to the road... More > for a period of months, temporarily leaving behind all responsibilities and rejoicing in the land and people he will meet. He invites us along on his journey. A reminder of the simple things in life that matter most: nature and our relationship with our fellow human beings. This relaxing and thoughtful book offers comfort and insight into happiness, contentment, and tranquility in today’s stressful and hectic world. David Grayson was also known as journalist Ray Stannard Baker.< Less
A Five Year Program For the Development of Agriculture in Grayson County, Virginia By David T. Painter
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Publication on agricultural condtions in Grayson County, Virginia in the late 1920s. Most of the plans for improvement were thwarted by the Great Depression.
18/X/1969 By Richard Grayson
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In 1969, an 18-year-old boy becomes obsessed with an actress from an X-rated movie. Teenage Tarzan wants to get to know the southern parts of Nashville Pussycat. College students face pregnancy... More > scares and speeches by racist physicists. In Wisconsin, David can't fall asleep next to his ex-girlfriend for fear that he'll get an erection during the night. A young superhero rescues his beloved psychologist from an evil gorilla but falls into a depression afterwards. A drug-addled adolescent mourning the death of his sister flirts with his father's young wife in his maternal grandparents' bedroom. A 16-year-old girl meets a boy on a bus who correctly guesses that she plays the flute. In these weirdly affecting, sweetly sensuous stories, Richard Grayson paints portraits of the generation that came of age in the Age of Aquarius. First published decades ago, these stories prove every bit as relevant today as they did back when peace symbols first became fashionable and summers of love lingered too long.< Less
18/X/1969 By Richard Grayson
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In 1969, an 18-year-old boy becomes obsessed with an actress from an X-rated movie. Teenage Tarzan wants to get to know the southern parts of Nashville Pussycat. College students face pregnancy... More > scares and speeches by racist physicists. In Wisconsin, David can't fall asleep next to his ex-girlfriend for fear that he'll get an erection during the night. A young superhero rescues his beloved psychologist from an evil gorilla but falls into a depression afterwards. A drug-addled adolescent mourning the death of his sister flirts with his father's young wife in his maternal grandparents' bedroom. A 16-year-old girl meets a boy on a bus who correctly guesses that she plays the flute. In these weirdly affecting, sweetly sensuous stories, Richard Grayson paints portraits of the generation that came of age in the Age of Aquarius. First published decades ago, these stories prove every bit as relevant today as they did back when peace symbols first became fashionable and summers of love lingered too long.< Less
Missing Memories By Don Edmundson
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David was found wandering in the vicinity of the Thornton Rehabilitation Care Facility. He appeared homeless, wore tattered and torn clothing and hadn't bathed in a week. A Care Facility Security... More > Officer found David and discovered that he had lost his memory. He was taken to Dr. Thomas who was handed a note that was found in David's pocket. It said, “David, meet me for dinner, Chris.” There was no physical or mental reason to explain David's memory loss. With the threat of him being sent to a State facility, Dr. Thomas decided to take David home to his family. He was introduced to Steven's wife and their 21 year old twins. It was love at first sight for Bellamy. She was instantly in love with his handsome face and physique; so was her twin brother. David did not know if he was gay or straight or if Chris was a man or a woman. David sidestepped Bellamy and Grayson's advances to remain faithful to Chris. This story is about David finding himself, new friends and discovering that he is special.< Less
CautionaryTale Best of... and Filler 2005 By CautionaryTale
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Stories, verse, essays, and more from 28 of today's best writers. Contributions from Kori Amador, Sarah Bailyn, Beth Block, David C. Card, Helen Ellis, D.E. Fredd, David Gaffney, P.S. Gifford,... More > Richard Grayson, Martin Green, Andy Henion, Hannah Holborn, M.A. Internicola, Dorothee Lang, Antonios Maltezos, Ed Marso, Adam Maxwell, Corey Mesler, Chris Miller, Joseph Musso, Kevin O’Cuinn, Margaret O'Neal, Kirk Pynchon, Maggie Ruff, John Sheirer, Laurel Sparks, Jay Santini, & Skeeze Whitlow. Bargain basement price slashing...< Less
Black Sheep By Don Edmundson
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Tiffany Grayson was a Second-year Resident at UCLA Medical Center. On her way to work one rainy evening, she witnesses a motorcycle accident when the lone rider slid on the wet pavement and fell.... More > Tiffany rushed to his side, and then called 9-1-1. She stayed with the man until help came, where at which time she redirected the ambulance driver to take the injured man to UCLA Medical. Needless to say, Tiffany became attracted to the bad boy biker which affected the of what she actually knew about him; she was surprised, inspired, and utterly taken aback when he came to her rescue over the assault of a over eager Resident and a judgemental Atending. David’s family was deeply involved in commercial real estate, he was using an alias last name, and he was a pizza chef and a dough twirller at Mario’s Pizzeria. She also discovered that he was considered the black sheep of the his family because he did not follow the career with his competitive father and brother. What’s more, she was introduced to Collins.< Less

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