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Dream Repair Shop -- Balm for Hearts, Souls and Funny-Bones By Chas Ridley
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Are your dreams shrouded in clouds, battered by life or by a monsoon as in the cover photo? Would you rather they be clearly visible in bright sunshine? Dream Repair Shop is a collection of prose... More > and poem reminders that dreams help each of us be more of who we are, that sometimes our dreams can benefit from a bit of polish or a thorough overhaul. Come on in, and bring your dreams! The book begins with “Dream Stealers” and moves through 49 more pieces to wind up with the thoughtful “Never Forget.” Along the way we travel with Chas through laughter and tears, friends and family, dreams fulfilled and dreams not yet lived. Chas Ridley has written since she could hold a pencil. She writes of life as she knows it, and especially of transitions — joys, sorrows, changes, children growing up, children who don’t grow up, relationships, business. She lives much as she writes, with enthusiasm and embracing variety. Her other books include "Maggie's Questions About Heaven."< Less
The Cemetery Fence is Splinter and Bone By Thomas Flyte
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Thomas Flyte's collection of ghostly poetry musings as told through spirit communication with dead people. Haunting poems about spectral phantoms and lost souls communicating their thoughts through... More > poetry verse. Collectible illustrated hardback version. Welcome to the ghostly world of Thomas Flyte.< Less
The Cemetery Fence is Splinter and Bone By Thomas Flyte
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Poet Thomas Flyte's collection of ghostly poetry inspired by spirit communication with dead people. Here are haunting poems from spectral phantoms, the dispossessed and many a lost soul. Sometimes... More > funny, sometimes sad and sometimes strange, a collection of verses from the ghostly world of Thomas Flyte.< Less
A Clock of Human Bones By Matthew Borczon
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It is too simple to say that Matt Borczon knows the horrors of war. Many men and women carry battlefield scars on their bodies and in their souls. Matt holds the additional burden of the artist,... More > condemned to search for meaning in a world shrunk to chaos and blood. It is as difficult to suggest the full power of his work as it is to forget the stories told in these spare poems. Borczon is a masterful poet and these poems will break your heart.< Less
From The Heart By Dennis Randall
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Poetry for all ages that is based on the feelings of the heart, the spirit and the soul. It is meant to inspire, to lift, to amuse and to touch the heart. All of the poems are the work of the... More > author Dennis Randall, an amateur poet. They are uplifting, funny, tender and inspiring.< Less
Journeys of a Wandering Soul By Kimberly Vogel
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This is the last time for Rune. All the heartaches and bones broken lead to this moment. Everything else is in her favor, but is her heart? A game changer is brought in the form of a little girl... More > turned woman. With Rune's brother Mask distracted by Viki, Rune might be able to end this once and for all. Then Rune can have her own life...if she survives. (The fifth and final book in Rune's story)< Less
Journeys of a Wandering Soul By Kimberly Vogel
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This is the last time for Rune. All the heartaches and bones broken lead to this moment. Everything else is in her favor, but is her heart? A game changer is brought in the form of a little girl... More > turned woman. With Rune's brother Mask distracted by Viki, Rune might be able to end this once and for all. Then Rune can have her own life...if she survives. (The fifth and final book in Rune's story)< Less
To Bare My Soul By Lorene Bryant Epps
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Illustrations throughout the book. A book that can be enjoyed by both adults and children. The poems inspire you, and the short stories are funny, breathtaking, heart felt stories. The children... More > will love these short stories to be read to them. Written by a published author of many childrens books and adult reading books.< Less
Stories from the Heart By Edward E. Smith
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I’ll be the first to admit I’m no writer but I have jotted down just a few stories as seen in the eyes of a little boy growing up on a farm during the depression and the recovery years. I... More > tried to capture the humor and funny stories along with ones that depict the hard times. These combined, rounded out a happy childhood for me. We were so fortunate to be living on a far. We were like everyone else, we had no money, patches on our britches but there never was a day we didn’t have plenty to eat. I grew up fast and I learned that curiosity is fuel for the soul. I learned to be responsible for my own actions, sometimes paying for the wrong decision. I was taught, if you do a job it’s worth doing right. I learned not to take something that didn’t belong to me. I learned to accept success with dignity and failure was not an option. They say that all the above develops character. Papa called it “grit”.< Less
Stories from the Heart By Edward E. Smith
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I’ll be the first to admit I’m no writer but I have jotted down just a few stories as seen in the eyes of a little boy growing up on a farm during the depression and the recovery years. I... More > tried to capture the humor and funny stories along with ones that depict the hard times. These combined, rounded out a happy childhood for me. We were so fortunate to be living on a far. We were like everyone else, we had no money, patches on our britches but there never was a day we didn’t have plenty to eat. I grew up fast and I learned that curiosity is fuel for the soul. I learned to be responsible for my own actions, sometimes paying for the wrong decision. I was taught, if you do a job it’s worth doing right. I learned not to take something that didn’t belong to me. I learned to accept success with dignity and failure was not an option. They say that all the above develops character. Papa called it “grit”.< Less