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Autumn Is ... By Janice Dave Stanley
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Beautiful photos take you up close to enjoy the colors of autumn. See the bright orange pumpkins in patches, dazzling yellow mums in a mound, brilliant red berries on bushes, clear blue skies and... More > geese flying by and much more. Delight in the golden ripples on ponds and the poems about this wonderful time of year. Autumn Is - a celebration of nature’s most splendid season.< Less
Another Day's Journey By E.D. JOHNS
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Feeling alone and lost on this road called life, standing at the crossroads with troubles brewing on one side and joy seeming so far away on the other. Always worrying about a tomorrow that has not... More > come and a yesterday that is gone and cannot be changed.< Less
LICKS: CHAPTER 1 THE BEGINNING By MARCELLUS COPELAND
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The moniker “Southside” is one that stands alone in its own category. From Southside Jamaica Queens NY to South Central Los Angeles to Atlanta Georgia, the “Southside” has... More > always been known as the most violent and treacherous area of the city. The ‘Southside” of Hampton Roads Virginia has a reputation that stands out amongst all of them. Where the women are always scheming for a “come up” and the men master in the art of kidnapping and “LICKS” a.k.a robberies, the drug game of Virginia has a habit of separating the men from the boys. In Hampton Roads, they live by a motto…….”Why split all this money with you when I can eliminate the competition and allies and keep all the money for myself. So the next time you turn the key and walk inside your house, think for a second….. Who’s on the other side of that door waiting for you?.... LET THE “LICKS” BEGIN…. LOCK YOUR DOORS…. WE COMING IN!!!!< Less
Ayibobo Beginning Vodou By Manbo Paula Wedo
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This booklet, like a tiny drop in the ocean is but a tiny segment in comparison with Haitian Vodou. Vodou is vast, wondrous and totally diverse. The Lwas are glorious Beings whose capacities to... More > love and care for us are enormous. The Lwa walk with us and through faith and service relationships of great Force (power) develop with them. It is this desire to know the Lwa that brings us to the Cross-Roads and Papa Legba who opens the Gate for us. Once on the other side we find ourselves standing at the Great Cosmic , Mirror. Here, in a dimension where everything is possible, we sing, dance and converse with Angels.< Less
The Black Prophet A TALE OF IRISH FAMINE By William Carleton
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The Black Prophet by William Carleton The Black Prophet: A Tale Of Irish Famine by William Carleton. Some twenty and odd years ago there stood a little cabin at the foot of a round hill, that very... More > much resembled a cupola in shape, and which, from its position and height, commanded a prospect of singular beauty. This hill was one of a range that ran from north to southwest; but in consequence of its standing, as it were, somewhat out of the ranks, its whole appearance and character as a distinct feature of the country were invested with considerable interest to a scientific eye, especially to that of a geologist. An intersection or abrupt glen divided it from those which constituted the range or group alluded to; through this, as a pass in the country, and the only one for miles, wound a road into an open district on the western side, which road, about half a mile after its entering the glen< Less
My Old Kentucky Home at War By Roy Young
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The hills and mountains of the Commonwealth of Kentucky were the scene of a bloody and long conflict between two enemies of one nation, the Confederate States of the South and the Union of America.... More > The one thing, however, both sides had in common was the knowledge of the importance for control of Kentucky.To the Union, it was a holding position for an invasion into Tennessee and further South. For the Confederacy, the bluegrass state was truely a "Gateway to the North." If the Confederacy had control of Kentucky it would have access to all major bodies of water and direct access to the roads leading to and from Washington, D.C. By late 1861, both sides had moved into Kentucky. What was to come, wouldn't be resovled until many years later. This short era in Kentucky's history was a defining moment in which the Commonwealth took its stand to become neutral during this conflict, in a time when America was on a course with history.< Less
Spooning By Samantha Ridgway
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When he replaces his name with a letter and his past with a blank slate, W expects that all of his troubles will be behind him. University, however, has another idea, and sends a flurry of papers,... More > stresses, and boring professors his way. Enter Esther, a too-loud, too-colourful girl with a flair for the dramatic and a distinct lack of inhibitions. Together, they face the trials and tribulations of road trips and exams, Chinese food and one-night stands, and survive even the worst of it. When the past comes knocking at their door, Esther embraces it - a little too wholeheartedly - and W is left a little shell shocked, comforted only by his tea and his books. Through it all, they maanged to stick together and come out the other side with a hand-picked family of friends and a passion for strange music. Welcome to the apartment with no spoons.< Less
Days of Lead By Moshe Rashkes
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1948. As the Arab-Israeli war begins and the fledgling state fights for its right to exist, the 18-year-old son of Eastern European immigrants finds himself in a training camp outside Tel Aviv. With... More > enemies closing in on all sides, focused on erasing the Israelis from the face of the planet, he demands to be transferred to the center of the fighting and is sent to the Jerusalem front. But when his convoy is attacked on the road to Jerusalem, he suddenly finds himself in a fight for survival against a brutal and determined enemy that holds no guarantees for his survival. From sniper fire that claims one man after another, to being the last man left of his platoon, this young man’s heroic struggle to halt the enemy at Sha'ar Hagai, while seriously injured himself, stands as an example of courage which is tinged with fear and despair.< Less
Two by Chesterton By G. K. Chesterton
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The fantasies "The Napoleon of Notting Hill" and "The Man Who Was Thursday" helped establish G. K. Chesterton as a force in English letters. In "The Napoleon of Notting... More > Hill", London is reduced to a number of quasi-independent fiefdoms under the sovereignty of a king who thinks everything a lark. When the king sides with commercial interests and demands the improvement of a road in Notting Hill, the residents rebel. This leads the borough to stand against the rest of London, and even against the king himself. "The Man Who Was Thursday" is Chesterton's most popular novel. A cabal of anarchists whose leaders are named after the days of the week is infiltrated by an agent of the police who finds himself elected as Thursday. But all is not as it seems, and one by one the members of the group come to realize that they must determine the identity of the man whom they know only as Sunday.< Less
Days of Lead By Moshe Rashkes
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1948. As the Arab-Israeli war begins and the fledgling state fights for its right to exist, the 18-year-old son of Eastern European immigrants finds himself in a training camp outside Tel Aviv. With... More > enemies closing in on all sides, focused on erasing the Israelis from the face of the planet, he demands to be transferred to the center of the fighting and is sent to the Jerusalem front. But when his convoy is attacked on the road to Jerusalem, he suddenly finds himself in a fight for survival against a brutal and determined enemy that holds no guarantees for his survival. From sniper fire that claims one man after another, to being the last man left of his platoon, this young man’s heroic struggle to halt the enemy at Sha'ar Hagai, while seriously injured himself, stands as an example of courage which is tinged with fear and despair. This true story is told from the point of view of one who desperately wants to defend his country and family but also carries an empathy for those on the enemy side.< Less