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Char Quest By David Cristwell
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Memoirs of my life trout fishing from Upstate New York to Northwest Alaska. Join me as I fish tiny brooks, raging rivers, and lakes, and find myself face to face with a brown bear. This covers my... More > fishing experiences from a young boy to my last nostalgic trip to where it all began for me, and why it ended.< Less
Amphemera By Gayleen Froese
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A free collection of three short stories by paranormal mystery author Gayleen Froese. Gayleen's published novels include Touch, Grayling Cross, and the Dominion (coming in Winter 2014.)
Moon Mist By Ashley Galloway
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Anne has moved all around the state of Michigan with her mother. When they move to the small town of Grayling Michigan Anne learns that all stories hold a little truth
Terminals By Philip Challinor
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While he tries to recover from the "lifesizing difficulties" caused by his addiction to virtual-reality games, Grayling is working at the Chamber - part of a government-sponsored scheme to... More > maximise contentment by taking the risks out of suicide. After years of escapism, Grayling is finally making himself useful to society; but, with the world in its present state, the temptation of former vices and the very special assignment he's been given, how much real reality can he take?< Less
Terminals By Philip Challinor
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While he tries to recover from the "lifesizing difficulties" caused by his addiction to virtual-reality games, Grayling is working at the Chamber - part of a government-sponsored scheme to... More > maximise contentment by taking the risks out of suicide. After years of escapism, Grayling is finally making himself useful to society; but, with the world in its present state, the temptation of former vices and the very special assignment he's been given, how much real reality can he take?< Less
Favorite Fish and Fishing (Illustrated) By James A. Henshall
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“So in fishing a like comparison is possible—fly-fishing for salmon, black bass, trout, or grayling as against fishing for tarpon and tuna, which are worthless when killed except as food... More > for sharks. In the first case the angler's skill, and his knowledge of its habits, are pitted against the wiles of the fish, with but a weak and slender snell of silkworm fiber between its capture or escape, while in the case of the leviathans mentioned, they are handicapped by being hooked in the gullet, and by towing a boat in their struggle for freedom. But comparisons are always odious. While the choice between the "gentle" art and strenuous fishing is certainly a question of taste, it may depend somewhat on the length of one's purse.”< Less
Laughing Water By Laura Harris Stanger
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Laughing Water whisks a reader back in time to when the First Nations people of northwestern Canada led a nomadic life as fur traders; back to the earliest missionaries who introduced formal... More > education to our first Canadians; and back to when Canadian governments and churches shared this responsibility. Laughing Water is proud to invite its readers to read words written by some of the students and staff of the Chooutla Indian Residential School in their 1955-56 school paper, The Chooutla Grayling. Laura Harris Stanger devoted many years of her adult life to working in Indian residential schools, and she fondly remembers her years at Chooutla as a special time when her skills were challenged and stretched and her life's values enriched by the people of the Yukon.< Less
What happened in 1984 By Read Newman
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It’s always the hands that mess me up. I can never get the fingers right somehow. It’s something about the proportions between the knuckles, and the way the fingers are supposed to curve... More > when at rest. I had an entire sketchbook full of failed attempts. Even at that moment, in the passenger seat of Dad’s F-350, I was sketching out another attempt. My tenth so far, and we weren’t even to Grayling yet. This one was the best yet, but the middle knuckles of the last two fingers looked awkward, like they’d been broken. Which gave me an idea. I glanced over at Dad, who was driving with his left hand, the right resting on his thigh, fingers tapping to Montgomery Gentry on the radio. “Dad?” A sideways glance and a raised eyebrow were the only acknowledgment I got. “You ever broke your fingers?”< Less