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Picturesque By John Doyle
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This is a fashionably authored fusion poetry book written over a fifteen year period. It is a beautifully artistic manuscript of one hundred and nine full color watermark pages of symmetrically... More > centered quill font text displayed in a simple picturesque manner. It covers a year’s timeline with poems for every holiday and occasion. The book is written in a form of contemporary creative writing with a consistent set of writing rules. It is simply a wonderful walk through a gallery of life. A simple book of poetry for a little reading pleasure…< Less
Picturesque By John Doyle
eBook (ePub): $2.99
This is a fashionably authored fusion poetry book written over a fifteen year period. It is a beautifully artistic manuscript of one hundred and nine full color watermark pages of symmetrically... More > centered quill font text displayed in a simple picturesque manner. It covers a year’s timeline with poems for every holiday and occasion. The book is written in a form of contemporary creative writing with a consistent set of writing rules. It is simply a wonderful walk through a gallery of life. A simple book of poetry for a little reading pleasure…< Less
Picturesque By PVA Creative Writing II & III
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This book is a collection of written work from second and third year Creative Writing majors in the PVA Program at Annapolis HS.
Picturesque By ramapari supari
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this book contains the collection of amazing photos of summer,spring and marine photography....feel the heaven and pleasure in these pics
Picturesque Germany By Anon
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Picturesque Germany, by Anon. This ebook is full of old black and white, German photographs, with a description next to each image.
Picturesque Madrid By Andy Mor
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Picturesque Madrid A Short Story by Mr Pseudonym Brad Thunder was thinking about Mohammad Pitt again. Mohammad was a hilarious animal with skinny abs and skinny eyes. Brad walked over to the window... More > and reflected on his idyllic surroundings. He had always loved picturesque Madrid with its raw, real rivers. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel sparkly.< Less
Edinburgh Picturesque Notes By Robert Louis Stevenson
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First published in 1879, Edinburgh: Picturesque Notes is among the most vivid of Robert Louis Stevenson’s writings. His passion for Auld Reekie never clouded his wry wit, and his enthusiasm for... More > the picturesque detail and the savory anecdote will delight readers today as much as they scandalized his contemporaries. (By Pallas Athene)< Less
Picturesque San Diego By Andy Mor
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Picturesque San Diego A Short Story by Mr Pseudonym Sally Johnson was thinking about James Walker again. James was an optimistic juggler with solid arms and short eyelashes. Sally walked over to the... More > window and reflected on her chilly surroundings. She had always loved picturesque San Diego with its knowing, kindhearted kettles. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel surprised.< Less
Picturesque Upper Boggington By Andy Mor
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Picturesque Upper Boggington A Short Story by John Doe Dolly Wu was thinking about Laura Raymond again. Laura was a creepy volcano with dirty spots and dirty warts. Dolly walked over to the window... More > and reflected on her backward surroundings. She had always loved picturesque Upper Boggington with its lovely, low lakes. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel stressed.< Less
A Lake Tour to Picturesque Mackinac By C.D. Whitcomb
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Detroit & Cleveland Steam Navigation Passenger Agent C. D. Whitcomb addressed passenger questions in the book A LAKE TOUR TO PICTURESQUE MACKINAC through prose and images as he tempted customers... More > to spend their money to travel on his ships and stay at Grand Hotel. A great deal of pressure was put on Whitcomb as he wrote about the hotel since the first nail hadn't been hammered in the building of the hotel as the book was printed. Yet, Grand Hotel manager John Oliver Plank was already taking reservations for rooms that didn't exist as builder Charles Caskey raced against time, money and labor strikes to meet Plank's promises. Plank and Caskey finished the hotel in 93 days and it opened on July 10, 1887. While only open for six weeks that year, the passengers did come and in no small part to the efforts of the Detroit & Cleveland and the words of C.D. Whitcomb in this book. Would you have boarded one of the ships based on Whitcomb's descriptions?< Less