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Wolf Rookie: The Tiny Wolf Mummy Vol.1 By Krystle Kuan & SensaiK1
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This story takes place after a 16-year-old wolf boy, Fred joined his twin cousins, Wolf Brothers for a few months. Although he’s still a rookie, he wanted to train so hard to become a strong... More > warrior by himself in the forest. However, Fred has changed his life when he encountered a mysterious hooded femininity, Feline. Because he lost to her in a battle test, Fred is tightly mummified in bandages from toe to neck, voice mute, shrinking, and he lost his memories of everything. He tries desperately to wriggle his way out of the bandages but no luck. When Feline tries to kill him in the end, Fred is rescued and taken care of by a 16-year-old human girl, Mina, who just met him earlier. But he doesn’t remember her and he’s terrified to see everything becoming tiny, and weak living in the world. Will Mina help him to find his family and solve his problem? For the time being, she will become Fred’s mommy and give him more love as her own little pet. So she doesn’t want him to be scared and sad anymore.< Less
The Oubliette of the Underbelly of my Mission (take that as you will) By Azaria AyaLeigh Nori
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this chapbook is due to quite a few things, a girl that couldn't mind her own business, an album that was completely over played in the car that summer (ani difranco's "dilate"), a few good... More > friends, a quiet place to forget about people in some dank and dark oubliette, and the comic relief of a little coffee shop in stevens point, wi called The Mission Coffee House. thus the underbelly of my mission. and you can, you can take that as you will. as for all the rest, well i feel that i have to tell you that since i had gotten so many requests for an epilogue, a continuation of characters via emotional outrages, i sat down some 5 years after the fact and ended up with "The Epilogue: that beautiful mind ____ gone awry" which is now part II of the oubliette. this will be the first edition with the new part in it, so...hang tight and i should have it done and ready to go soon enough.< Less
"Krynnella" By Valerie Gregory
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Krynn is a 16 year old girl who lost her mother when she was little. Her father remarries to an evil women named Delana who is mysterious and terrible. When the unexpected death of her father... More > happens, she is put in a place of hell and sorrow. Delana sends her to sleep in the attic and makes her the house maid, a prisoner forever, but before that, she has a boy. Christoph is a 17 year old boy who runs a cleaners shop in London, England. Not the London, England that we know today. A terrible disaster happened not too long ago, destroying the earths atmosphere forcing the government to deploy a shield and then later were kicked from there places which sent us back to the age of Kings and Queens. Christoph and Krynn begin to become close, but with Krynn locked away in her own home, how will they see each other? Will she ever find out the truth of her father's death? Will Christoph ever tell her his deep dark secret? Read Krynnella to find out.< Less
THE VAGARIES OF SWING (Footprints on the Margate Sands of Time) By Mac Carty
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The BBC TV series “True Love” was the catalyst for this tale, portraying various romantic encounters, all set by the Margate seaside. True love has many forms. A passion for cricket can... More > also be a manifestation of love. Yet it is impossible to discuss cricket, with its broad themes, without reflecting on life itself. I have set my story broadly in 1965, when a girl lost her life. At the time, her death meant little to us but such are the vagaries of writing, that the more I researched the subject, the greater I became drawn in. Any discussion on the circumstances surrounding her murder led inevitably to the inclusion of another theme, which I have encountered in life, violence towards women. I still return to Margate regularly and regard it with deep affection. It was in danger of becoming a wasteland. There are those now, some famous, some often unsung, trying to fashion a resurgence. Another form of true love. May their guardian angels help them succeed.< Less
Cub Reporter: The Accrington Observer By Irvine Hunt
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A huddle of journalists was busily hammering at their typewriters the morning Irvine Hunt joined the Accrington Observer as a cub reporter in the heart of industrial Lancashire. A crumpled wire... More > waste paper basket awaited on one side of his desk and a potted lanky geranium on the other. Two exciting years followed. Its half-a-dozen reporters covered everything from gruesome inquests to numbing blizzards, from Ladies' Bright Hours to a store ablaze in the heart of the little Lancashire town. And there were the happy surprises. The contacts, the musician friends, two of whom became world famous. And the 30-shilling-a-week girl reporter who applied for an Observer job when still in her gymslip, who couldn't spell, but who went on to become a successful publisher. Cub Reporter embraces a much-liked family newspaper, in which every name in print was expected to sell a copy, an era familiar to every reporter who ever compiled funeral lists of floral tributes in the days of hot type.< Less
Breaking the Sound Barrier: A Communication on Being Deaf By Lois Hooper Diamond
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Imagine yourself as a normal, healthy seven-year-old child. One day you begin to feel sick, showing signs of a fever, and thinking you just have the flu, your parents tuck you into bed and tell you... More > to rest. But as you awake some time later, you look up and realize that your father’s lips are moving but you cannot hear what he is saying. The music and sounds around you are no longer there. You are deaf, and your life has abruptly and forever changed. This was author Lois Hooper Diamond’s reality, and in Breaking the Sound Barrier, she takes you into the world of the millions who live without sound. Although spinal meningitis took her hearing when she was just a little girl, Lois would go on to champion and give voice to her community. Deafness is more than just hearing loss; it is a culture, and Lois answers a number of questions about hearing loss while exploring issues related to whether deaf children should be taught to lip-read and orally communicate or be encouraged to learn sign language.< Less
Letters To My Father: The Gifts By O. Raye Adkins
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The life of O. Raye Adkins was irrevocably altered on the evening of July 17, 1944 — four months before her birth. That tragic night took the life of her father, Raphel Orval Beason, and 320... More > men in the Port Chicago Naval Munitions base explosion, the largest stateside military disaster of WWII. This decisive event set Raye on a lifelong journey marked initially by loss and suffering, and later by inconceivable gifts and blessings. Forced to reveal hidden emotions and the unknown circumstances of her father’s death, she transcends pain and loss to emerge with a renewed sense of self. This book chronicles that process of discovery through a series of letters Raye writes to the namesake she never knew, but who, nevertheless, was the principal force in her life. Each letter, and the journey behind it, takes the reader inside the sorrow and mind of a confused little girl who has lost her daddy, but doesn’t understand how or why, and isn’t encouraged to ask.< Less
Surviving the Shadows By Caroline Whitehead
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Surviving the Shadows is the true story of a young girl brought up in the strict and harsh life of a Catholic orphanage in the 1920s and 1930s, and of her struggle for emotional survival. Told by the... More > nuns she was an orphan, Caroline "Carrie" Marshall set out to search for her roots.Caroline's monumental struggle against the Catholic authorities in her search for kith and kin lasted over sixty years. 'By the time I reached sixteen years of age, I had spent all but two years of my young life in the somewhat questionable care of the nuns at an orphanage in a small village in the County of Kent. From there, I was sent "out into the world" of which I knew little about, and had not been prepared for. My first place of employment was a reformatory school for unruly boys staffed by Christian Brothers, some of whom seemed intent on breaking their vows of chastity....'Caroline Whitehead (née Marshall) was born in London, England. She lives in British Columbia, Canada.< Less
Letters To My Father: The Gifts By O. Raye Adkins
eBook (PDF): $9.99
The life of O. Raye Adkins was irrevocably altered on the evening of July 17, 1944 — four months before her birth. That tragic night took the life of her father, Raphel Orval Beason, and 320... More > men in the Port Chicago Naval Munitions base explosion, the largest stateside military disaster of WWII. This decisive event set Raye on a lifelong journey marked initially by loss and suffering, and later by inconceivable gifts and blessings. Forced to reveal hidden emotions and the unknown circumstances of her father’s death, she transcends pain and loss to emerge with a renewed sense of self. This book chronicles that process of discovery through a series of letters Raye writes to the namesake she never knew, but who, nevertheless, was the principal force in her life. Each letter, and the journey behind it, takes the reader inside the sorrow and mind of a confused little girl who has lost her daddy, but doesn’t understand how or why, and isn’t encouraged to ask.< Less
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