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Good News By Bryce Rapp
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Based on my experience, the Good News (aka Gospel) is that through my belief in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, all my sins can be forgiven and I am secure.
Bad News By Francis Skelton
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If Richard Linklater's movie "Boyhood" is a window to an alternate take on modern life, Francis Skelton's "Bad News" throws the corpse of a tabloid journalist, pocket full of... More > fifties in a gimp suit, through that window. What starts as a little current affairs section on his website, late in 2003, launches Skelton on a righteous crusade, a tirade of passion and laughter, that mutates into his second novel, "Bad News". And "Bad News" is News like no other, with headlines like: “Britain says NO to Sky Marshals"-"Media Machine Gun"-"Detention Lite"-"Cat Killer". Readers describe Skelton's first novel "Untitled" as "Blistering", "Wickedly funny and achingly sad", "Passion, energy, wit, commitment and insight" (Irvine Welsh). And "Bad News" offers the same emotional velocity. As Skelton puts it, "If I can give even one person insight into experiences that help them critically assess and improve their own life, take a chance to be happy, I will have done what I set out to do." That person could be you.< Less
Lefty In The News... By Ben Young
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This is a journal of news headline interpretations, featuring Lefty, a fictitious character in whose flaws, and those of the inhabitants of his world, we may see our own weaknesses, and perhaps even... More > grow stronger in their recognition...Lefty himself personally guarantees your satisfaction by stating if you are not 100% happy reading about his exploits, any precious time you have wasted learning of his loathsome lack of charter will be cheerfully refunded...< Less
Bad News By Josh Rowan
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Can we ever be fully prepared for bad news when it comes? Many of the passages found inside are ficticious circumstance while others remain truths we must learn to cope with to get through this life.... More > Each sour message is delivered by some form of ill-fated animal, robot, ghost, astronaut or even santa clause as he leaves a little "gem" before heading back up the chimney. Author Josh Rowan shows us that sometimes if we can learn to make light of the situation it eases the pain, like laughing the fear away. 118 B&W illustrations.< Less
NETWORK NEWS By Earthly Delights
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Sinister beasts, earth mysteries, the occult shenanigans of the royal family, the occult symbolism of British currency, time travelling punk rockers, Nocturnal Emissions merchandising and much, much... More > more. Includes interviews with: Walter Alter, Nigel Ayers, Muslimgauze, John Watermann, Zoviet France, etc. Network News was produced between 1990 and 1999 by various authors associated with the Nocturnal Emissions project and distributed by Earthly Delights. While some pages of the original documents have been removed for legal reasons, the low fidelity production qualities, small print typefaces and obsolete contact information of the originals have been preserved as much as possible.< Less
NETWORK NEWS By Earthly Delights
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Sinister beasts, earth mysteries, the occult shenanigans of the royal family, the occult symbolism of British currency, time travelling punk rockers, Nocturnal Emissions merchandising and much, much... More > more. Includes interviews with: Walter Alter, Nigel Ayers, Muslimgauze, John Watermann, Zoviet France, etc. Network News was produced between 1990 and 1999 by various authors associated with the Nocturnal Emissions project and distributed by Earthly Delights. While some pages of the original documents have been removed for legal reasons, the low fidelity production qualities, small print typefaces and obsolete contact information of the originals have been preserved as much as possible.< Less
Yesterday's News By Kajsa Ingemarsson
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The main character Agnes has most things in life: a family who is always there for her, a good job at a fancy restaurant, a boyfriend who loves her, and a best friend whom she knows inside out. Or... More > does she? All of a sudden things begin to crumble, one by one, and soon nothing is as it was. Her boyfriend Tobias leaves her for a big busted singer, and she is fired by Gerard, the sexist and abusive owner of the restaurant where she works. Juicy and satisfying, Yesterday’s News is a story about daring and winning and about faith in yourself, a feelgood novel sure to please any romance lover looking for the perfect summer read.< Less
Faking News By Derek Walker
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When a news item on the radio prompts Alan Turnbull to phone a friend he doesn’t realize that it will involve him in an international crisis. An academic specializing in Balkan Studies, Adam... More > is a widower living quietly in London. His main concern is his newly-graduated daughter, who hasjust been offered a job as a journalist by the youthful and ambitious head of a small independent television company. The action takes place a few years into the future, when Britain has a coalition government led by the Liberal Democrats. Adam’s knowledge of the former Yugoslav republic of Thracia is sought by both a multinational company and by government, when valuable minerals discovered in Thracia rekindle animosity between different ethnic groups. Caught up in terrorism and diplomatic deception, Adam witnesses how political, religious and NGO groups try to manipulate the media and are, in their turn, manipulated. His unwitting involvement also brings him into intimate contact with two attractive young women.< Less
Faking News By Derek Walker
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When a news item on the radio prompts Alan Turnbull to phone a friend he doesn’t realize that it will involve him in an international crisis. An academic specializing in Balkan Studies, Adam... More > is a widower living quietly in London. His main concern is his newly-graduated daughter, who hasjust been offered a job as a journalist by the youthful and ambitious head of a small independent television company. The action takes place a few years into the future, when Britain has a coalition government led by the Liberal Democrats. Adam’s knowledge of the former Yugoslav republic of Thracia is sought by both a multinational company and by government, when valuable minerals discovered in Thracia rekindle animosity between different ethnic groups. Caught up in terrorism and diplomatic deception, Adam witnesses how political, religious and NGO groups try to manipulate the media and are, in their turn, manipulated. His unwitting involvement also brings him into intimate contact with two attractive young women.< Less
Metal News By Steph Therocker
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