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A Life Full of Memories: Four Historical Romance Novellas By Doreen Milstead
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Alice’s Many Children - This is an incredibly moving story about love; love for people of another race, love for children with special needs, and love between a man and a woman, who can give... More > nothing but kindness to all who surround them PLUS Fighting a Swarm of Locusts - A garment factory worker, not a fan of insects, heads out to a farmer in Nebraska, where the area appears to be under an imminent threat of attack by locusts, at least if the couple are to believe a crazy beekeeping old man who dresses up in a giant locust costume, and who keeps on yelling “They’re coming” every chance he gets PLUS Eveline The Poor & Her Rancher James - An English woman fallen on hard times decides to travel to America and her soon to be husband, but along the way there are many hazards including a life-changing train journey PLUS For The Rest Of Their Lives - A biracial woman from Florida agrees to be a mail order bride to a Colorado rancher and is thrilled when he makes the long journey down south to pick her up.< Less
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Private Property By Seth Kenlon
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Fear and Loathing in Post Apocalyptic America. The future, after the genetic experiments of the great Doctor Patricia R. Durham, leaves all women on the planet with snakes instead of hair, and the... More > unique and terrifying ability to blind, and even kill, a man with a simple stare. The birthrate is at all-time low, the population dwindles, the world's governments are all but disbanded. One woman walks across Amerika without a destination. College students get drunk and cause trouble. A man in a bar in the mid-west stops believing in love. A radio station broadcasts old Doctor Patricia R. Durham interviews all day, every day. An old out-of-commissioned factory crushes a tourist into an eight-inch cube of flesh and bone. Albino cobras. Alive, and deadly. See them, five dollars per guest. Pancakes for a dollar, a cup of coffee for seventy-five cents. It's the future. Not much has changed.< Less
Think and Grow Rich (Illustrated) By Napoleon Hill
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IN EVERY chapter of this book, mention has been made of the money-making secret which has made fortunes for more than five hundred exceedingly wealthy men. The Thirteen Steps to Riches described in... More > this book offer the shortest dependable philosophy of individual achievement ever presented for the benefit of the man or woman who is searching for a definite goal in life. Before beginning the book you will profit greatly if you recognize the fact that the book was not written to entertain. You cannot digest the contents properly in a week or a month. After reading the book thoroughly, Dr. Miller Reese Hutchison, nationally known Consulting Engineer and long-time associate of Thomas A. Edison, said— "This is not a novel. It is a textbook on individual achievement that came directly from the experiences of hundreds of America's most successful men. It should be studied, digested, and meditated upon. No more than one chapter should be read in a single night.< Less
Till They Beg For Mercy By Donald P.H. Eaton
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Imagine yourself in a city with an enormous enemy army only miles away and you have no means to defend yourself. Imagine that in one short day, everything you have ever known of home, family, comfort... More > and love will be turned to smoke, rubble and ash all around you and by sunrise the next morning, you will have nothing but the clothes you are wearing. It is winter. You are a woman. You have no shelter. You are a slave. The novel is, in a way, a saga. It introduces us to eight people whose lives are caught up in the horrifying yet still little known events of the last few winter months of the America Civil War. Their paths will cross. Some will suffer. Others will prevail either in survival or battle. Every one of them will be changed by what happens. Two of them will die.< Less
Once Upon a Farm: Through the Eyes of a Wife By Lois Stark
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Special edition to benefit The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: PREMIUM QUALITY CASEBOUND HARDBACK: This book is a way to go home again -- home being a family farm, something now... More > rapidly disappearing from the American scene. It offers a personal, passionate account of life on a family farm, presenting the real-life reflections of a woman who has lived it. Each vignette leaves the reader with a message. The author reminds us that we receive from agriculture not merely our food, but also many of the values and practices that have shaped America. All readers of this book, farmers or city dwellers, with or without rural roots, will find themselves relating to the ideals and feelings expressed. This special edition is not available from bookstores. A portion of the proceeds from every order will be earmarked to support the programs of the Wisconsin Academy, including the current "Future of Farming and Rural Life" project.< Less
Once Upon a Farm: Through the Eyes of a Wife By Lois Stark
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Special edition to benefit The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: This book is a way to go home again - home being a family farm, something now rapidly disappearing from the American... More > scene. It offers a personal, passionate account of life on a family farm, presenting the real-life reflections of a woman who has lived it. Each vignette leaves the reader with a message. The author reminds us that we receive from agriculture not merely our food, but also many of the values and practices that have shaped America. All readers of this book, farmers or city dwellers, with or without rural roots, will find themselves relating to the ideals and feelings expressed. This special edition is not available from bookstores. A portion of the proceeds from every order will be earmarked to support the programs of the Wisconsin Academy, including the current "Future of Farming and Rural Life" project.< Less
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The Four Winds -Chapbook #1 Large Print By Melanie Marie Shifflett Ridner
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Butterfly Woman I am a Native America Writer and Author and Poet Laureate as well as an ASCAP Songwriter .I grew up Indian and in the nineteen fifties in Dayton, Ohio, United States Of America. I... More > knew I was Indian and back then as children being Indian wasn’t still a good thing in our history. But I haven’t let that stop my writing or love of my people or Poetry and writing of all types. I whom cannot forsake my Heritage met a Special Bannock very educated Indian man talked with him and he became my Publisher of my first Indian Poetry Book. This book is Dedicated to him who now Walks with the Spirit world as we lost Louis Hooban, a Bannock, University Professor Of Tennessee, who toured the POW WOW circles here every year till the heat killed him two summers ago. A Dear Friend and Brother whom I miss so much even more so as he knew my work would bring good medicine to our people and more. May The Great Spirit Guide All Everywhere This is my first book and eight more to follow.< Less

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