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The Festival on Lyris Five By Nick Daws
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Former Ten Stars combat pilot Rick Barrett is having a bad day. Not only is he jobless and broke, in a seedy spaceport bar he has just been forced into a winner-takes-all poker game with a homicidal... More > cauliflower. Salvation is at hand in the shapely form of Irish redhead Julie Halloran, who has an unusual talent of her own. Julie has a proposition for Rick that could end his financial worries at a stroke, though it might also end up getting him killed. But is Julie keeping a few cards hidden herself? The Festival on Lyris Five is a fast-moving, hilarious, science-fiction novella, where nothing is quite what it seems. The story by UK author Nick Daws is beautifully complemented by Louise Tolentino's wry illustrations.< Less
The Festival on Lyris Five By Nick Daws
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Former Ten Stars combat pilot Rick Barrett is having a bad day. Not only is he jobless and broke, in a seedy spaceport bar he has just been forced into a winner-takes-all poker game with a homicidal... More > cauliflower. Salvation is at hand in the shapely form of Irish redhead Julie Halloran, who has an unusual talent of her own. Julie has a proposition for Rick that could end his financial worries at a stroke, though it might also end up getting him killed. But is Julie keeping a few cards hidden herself? The Festival on Lyris Five is a fast-moving, hilarious, science-fiction novella, where nothing is quite what it seems. The story by UK author Nick Daws is beautifully complemented by Louise Tolentino's wry illustrations.< Less
As I See It By Ken Dawe
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This special limited edition of never seen before photographs is by budding professional Ken Dawe who has won many awards in his field already. He belongs to a local camera club and is also a keen... More > gardener and family man. This work was put together by his son and daughter-in-law, Mark and Candy to help celebrate his life and scenic views behind his lens. Hope you enjoy.< Less
Eyes of the Seer - The Vampire Flynn Trilogy By Peter Dawes
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It all started with a murder. Within minutes, two people lay dead, victims at the hand of Peter Dawes; but the events which followed would do more than claim two lives. They would turn a doctor into... More > a killer and a man into a monster. Transformed into the vampire assassin Flynn, Peter epitomizes every bit the bloody immortal that he was sired to become even while struggling with a mortal destiny that haunts him beyond death. Here is where sight and vision converge and where the unprecedented becomes a battle for the life and soul of a being with warring destinies. Will his supernatural gifts be used to orchestrate the wicked deeds of his maker? Or can the cold-blooded nature of a vampire be warmed by the compassion of a seer?< Less
The Marble Boy By ANDREW DAWS
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Lyrical, tender and sexually exhilarating, The Marble Boy is a record of a man's journey through the Mediterranean. Real and imaginary, Edmund tries to come to terms with lost love until, finally, he... More > finds a new opportunity to love again. But, who is Edmund, and why is he running away? “A sensual book of infatuation and longing, it is also a wonderful journey of melancholia and wistfulness. The book allows us to travel, and it sometimes takes our breath away...” David Matthews "Here's a book for every gay man wondering where his life is heading. Its fragile, melancholic mood resonated beautifully with my own middle-age-crisis state of mind. Beautifully written and compelling; I found it uplifting" CJ Anyone who loves Greece will find this assured and finely written novel a nostalgic evocation of that land’s scenery and culture, and it must now deservedly join the different genres of travel as well as romantic literature.” John Chitty< Less
Ballroom Dancing For Amputees By Benj Dawe
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Coffee. Sex. Cocaine. Robots. Quantam Mechanics. Missing Kidneys. Mysterious packages. Work. Love. Lee 'Scratch' Perry. Dreams. Time. Murder. Friends. Enemies and the meaning of it all. With thirty... More > days to find true happiness, one man goes on a journey through places he never imagined and maybe wished he never did.< Less
The Fairy Queen of Spencer's Butte and Other Tales By Jolene Dawe
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In the Willamette Valley: a queen gathers her court around her in a new land and dares to hope for love; a mother protects her daughter no matter the cost; a dragon lies slumbering, forgotten by the... More > world; a grieving man struggles to honor the dying wish of a loved one; the past and the present collide. Gathered within these pages are thirteen tales centered around Eugene, Oregon and its environs, exploring the magic and wonder of this lush green valley.< Less
Ballroom Dancing For Amputees By Benj Dawe
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Coffee. Sex. Cocaine. Robots. Quantam Mechanics. Missing Kidneys. Mysterious packages. Work. Love. Lee 'Scratch' Perry. Dreams. Time. Murder. Friends. Enemies and the meaning of it all. With thirty... More > days to find true happiness, one man goes on a journey through places he never imagined and maybe wished he never did.< Less
The Life Of A Teenage Girl By felica dawes
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poems that i write according to my life and my feelings!
Tortured Souls By Suzzette Dawes
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The book opens with one cousin going home to her father then writing another cousin and sharing her poetry that reflects her work environment and her life in the new city: the bitterness of a promise... More > of a better paying job if you go to college and the rat race that occurs with all the over qualified personnel interacting. The story ends with the other cousin who follows a route not endorsed by her parents (but it is what she wants to do) and the struggles to maintain her independence and her observances in her new environment.< Less