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E Z Build Living Quarters By KANI
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“E Z Build Living Quarters” (A Guide to Building Living Quarters) was written to help you build your own Horse Trailer Living Quarters. I have been in the business of building living... More > quarters for the past 10 years. This chaptered, pictorial eBook takes you from layout to the finished Living Quarters of your dreams. Online help available. CD available by calling 866-304-7214. You can see the index to this book in the preview.< Less
Naniyattenno Quarterly - April 2008 By Jackson Boyle
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The first quarterly compendium from www.naniyattenno.com brings a few short stories together; a man who lives forever, a boy who cleans potatoes, being hungry, zombies and also, a visit to 3 places... More > in Japan with the word 'Fuji' in their name. Just because.< Less
Naniyattenno Quarterly - April 2008 By Jackson Boyle
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The first quarterly compendium from www.naniyattenno.com brings a few short stories together; a man who lives forever, a boy who cleans potatoes, being hungry, zombies and also, a visit to 3 places... More > in Japan with the word 'Fuji' in their name. Just because.< Less
Quarter Past Summer By Mandy Baldwin
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A century of unbreakable bonds, and friendships which last a lifetime. Six girls growing up in the seaside town of Westering live through a summer which changes the course of their lives, and leads... More > them to keep secrets they find hard to bear. Through facing the truth, each finds the link to the past which will heal the future, and they learn that, after all, everything is perfectly connected. Set against the background of the Afghan war, Quarter Past Summer is "....a sweeping story of four generations of people from the town of Westering that is full of emotion, passion and humanity." Goodreads Review< Less
Into The Lands Of The Gods Quartered Edition By Austin Torney
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A color-illustrated epic. (This edition has four pictures per page.) Into the realm of supernatural figmentations I drifted off, within my newest imagination, To interview all the living Gods... More > there, Some who’ve left and some yet ‘ruling’ everywhere.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #18 By SW Theaker & JB Greenwood (Editors)
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The rock just won’t stop! This issue of the munificent and magnificent TQF contains the following stories: “Ananke”, by Jeff Crook (fantasy in the high style); “Winter’s... More > Warm Blood” by Mark E Deloy (horror with a feminine side); “Live to Be Hunted” by Sean & Craig Davis (100% masculine); “Glimmerick”, by Michael McNichols (featuring the magical tree of god!); “La Tierra de la Sangre”, by Benjamin Spurduto (pirate-crazy); “The Tragical History of Weebly Pumrod, Witch Hunter”, by Bruce Hesselbach (the world of Yxning); “After All”, by Michael Wyndham Thomas (antepenultimate engagement); more Newton Braddell by John Greenwood; and reviews of the Transformers movie and Apex #10!< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #18 By SW Theaker & JB Greenwood (Editors)
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The rock just won’t stop! This issue of the munificent and magnificent TQF contains the following stories: “Ananke”, by Jeff Crook (fantasy in the high style); “Winter’s... More > Warm Blood” by Mark E Deloy (horror with a feminine side); “Live to Be Hunted” by Sean & Craig Davis (100% masculine); “Glimmerick”, by Michael McNichols (featuring the magical tree of god!); “La Tierra de la Sangre”, by Benjamin Spurduto (pirate-crazy); “The Tragical History of Weebly Pumrod, Witch Hunter”, by Bruce Hesselbach (the world of Yxning); “After All”, by Michael Wyndham Thomas (antepenultimate engagement); more Newton Braddell by John Greenwood; and reviews of the Transformers movie and Apex #10!< Less
Fan Films Quarterly By David Noble
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This first issue of Fan Films Quarterly is your source for all information related to fan films. This issue highlights over 100 of the best fan films, comic book movies, DVDs, fan sites, production... More > companies, and creators within the fan film industry. Whether the films are about DC, Marvel, or Image characters, Star Wars, Star Trek, The Matrix, Indiana Jones, or any other comic entities, we know of their live action transition into the film medium. This issue has the following features: A look at Sandy Collora of Batman: Dead End fame. The Wraith movie premiere. Anside look at Star Wars: Broken Allegiance and Star Trek: New Voyages. An exclusive interview with Donald Flaherty of Death of Batman fame. The Suicide Squad fan film wish list. A 3-page pin-up gallery of Mandi Steele. A character profile on the Punisher. Plus several other standard departments and features.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #38 By Stephen Theaker, John Greenwood
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Stories in this issue: “The Lives and Spacetimes of Thornton Excelsior” by Rhys Hughes (actually eight stories in one!); “The Daylight Witch” by Jim Steel; “Off and On... More > Again” by Alison Littlewood; “Better than Llandudno, eh?” by Michael W. Thomas; and “Old Preach’s Gods” by Z.J. Woods. Books from Paul Magrs, Reggie Oliver, Anne and Todd McCaffrey, Nathalie Henneberg, Glen Duncan, Vendela Vida, Wil Wheaton, Johnny Mains, Guy Haley, Ian Cameron Esslemont and Catherynne M. Valente are reviewed, plus seven comics, six audio adventures, five films and one game. Contributing reviewers this time include Jacob Edwards, Regina Edwards, Michael W. Thomas and Douglas J. Ogurek. Cover art by Howard Watts.< Less
Fibromyalgia At Close Quarters By Barry Hardy
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I have no idea how I lived for years in mortal agony as my body and mind were being tortured and destroyed by chronic Lymes Disease. A disease that pushed me into a chronic Fibromyalgia state. ... More > Nevertheless and despite populist beliefs, chronic Fibromyalgia is not a life sentence and that is a FACT, for once we understand the rationale behind root cause analysis, we are able to free ourselves from chronic Fibromyalgia’s grasp and soar once more like the eagles we were born to be. My battled for life and a good quality has generated a sense of complete contempt now towards those who hide behind talk of Hippocratic Oaths yet who write us off. But I would never have become the man that I am, a man free from Fibromyalgia had the medics that I put my faith in NOT failed me so badly.< Less