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Dear Disappointment By Scott Carless
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Another idiosyncratic book from author Scott Carless. Claiming to have found a series of letters written by an individual called Boy, Carless provides the reader with an insight on an oddly insane... More > and yet ever hopeful mind. Quirky, original, and strangely challenging.< Less
Disappointing Hell By Tara Meddaugh
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Van ends up in an altercation with his soul, and is disappointed with the results. This very short dark comedy play is approximately 3 minutes long with minimal set and costumes. Cast: 1 male (with... More > optional additional cast up to 10 male/female)< Less
The Great Disappointment By Box Brown
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The Great Disappointment collects work from Box Brown's web and print comic, Everything Dies. This first volume features the non-fiction and auto-bio stories such as: The Great Disappointment, The... More > Great Upsucking, Alpha, Omega, Ben Died of a Train and many others. "More than anything, Everything Dies’ chief success is that it is an exercise in theological reverse-engineering, breaking down theunfathomable whole to better understand all of its working parts. Until Moses comes down from Mt Sinai with the instruction manual, I, for one, am more than happy to watch Box Brown work on it. Martin Steenton, Avoid the Future blog" *Notable comic in The 2011 Best American Comics Anthology *Winner of two 2011 Ignatz Awards (Best Series, Best Mini-comic for Ben Died of a Train.)< Less
It's OK To Be Disappointed By Bennyness
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'It's OK To Be Disappointed' is a collection of writings, ranging from diary entries, lists, projects (which include film reviews), memoirs, and even an e-mail. All of these writings are by a guy on... More > a journey in a mundane life. He's known to friends as Bennyness, and this is an insight into how his mind works.< Less
A Series of Disappointments By Peggy Knutson
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Doris Johnson is a middle-aged woman stuck in a gray-cubicle job and an absent-husband marriage. One really bad day propels her on a journey to revisit the decisions she's made in her life. She packs... More > up her cat, Mrs. Palmer, and together they set off to explore the forks-in-the-road not taken. She rekindles a relationship with old friend Tim Woodman, who is in need of love. She seeks out her old flame, Zeke Lyons, who, she discovers, is afflicted with a lack of integrity. Finding her first love, Jack O'Lent, reveals that he has become a brainwashed activist. Along the way, she finds that she herself has mysteriously become the object of a government manhunt. (cover photo - istockphoto.com)< Less
Disappointment at the Gate of Aesir By Joseph Santiago
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The Casino in Connecticut is the capital building for those of us in the Great Game who live in New England. My friend Matt is a professional gambler who thought he discovered a game full of high... More > rollers to crash, but it wasn't that simple. Since friends invite their friends along when they do stupid things I came along for the ride. What we discovered is that there are people betting on what utter strangers will do next. These Architects of behavior have the money and power to do more than make you disappear. They will make you live a life that the average person believes can only be fantasy, and the alternative is often worse. This mostly true story will make you doubt the facts and make you question if someone really is pulling your strings. Even the paranoid are right sometimes...< Less
Life is Full of Disappointments and Happiness By Melissa Edmunds
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Poems about life and the things that happen to us on our journey through life
Brimstone Biblical Academy and the Great Disappointment By Michelle Lyerly-Wiener
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The kids from Brimstone Biblical Academy are back and more zealous than ever. Devastated the Rapture did not occur as predicted over Christmas break, the Brimstone kids find themselves back in the... More > classroom and ready to learn … well, sort of. But to Lisa Carter’s shock and dismay, not all the kids have returned to school. Is it possible the Rapture actually did occur and they missed it? And furthermore, is she the one to blame? After all, she truly believes she committed the unpardonable sin, and she alone must face the consequences. Will she ever dig her way out of this one and save Brimstone Biblical Academy from the plagues prophesied in Revelation? It’s the Second Coming of the Brimstone Legacy!< Less
The Oracle of Malachi: The Danger of Being Disappointed with God By Pastor Jerry Marshall
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This is a story for today, 2,500 years in the making… The most important aspect of life is your spiritual condition and your attitude toward God. It is at the epicenter of all of your... More > existence. It impacts your worldview and the moral system that guides your life decisions. It will shape the quality of your life. This book is designed to help those who struggle with mindsets that are dangerous to their spiritual condition and their relationship with God. It will not only expose the corrupting attitude of disappointment with God, but will also provide some helpful ways to remain steadfast in your faith, love and devotion to the God who makes all things beautiful in His time. The Israelites in Malachi’s day had forgotten this lesson. And the price they paid was severe. They have a lesson to teach us. A lesson that has been waiting 2,500 years for you to hear it.< Less
The Funk: A Cultural Response to the Disappointments of Post-Civil Rights Era America By San Sharma
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In The Funk, pop culture commentator, San Sharma draws parallels between changes in American society and consciousness and the emergence of funk music. He provides a detailed study of the theory and... More > aesthetics of this musical genre through a loving analysis of the work and careers of James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Sly and the Family Stone and George Clinton, and demonstrates a relationship between ‘black pop’ and politics, how and why this association occurs, and the employment, if at all, by each other.< Less