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Deeside Tales - The Stories of a Small Glen By Peter J. Gordon
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This is the story of a small Scottish glen. A glen that nestles between Royal Balmoral and Birkhall. The Girnoc carries us back in time: it has no tarmacadam running through it, just a rough, stony... More > and twisting path. Follow that path and listen closely for the whispering voices on the braes; carry on further towards Lochnagar, and you will come across one abandoned farm-toun after another. In 'Deeside Tales' a lost story is told.< Less
Tales of the Frog and other short stories By George Ford
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The road is a hard place, especially when you keep falling over and biting it. The Tales of the Frog tell of one man, his bike, and his struggle to keep cool, and more importantly upright. Other... More > stories are an eclectic mix of thoughts and ideas. Wander through strange landscapes or peer in to the darkness of the mind. Above all, enjoy!< Less
Tales of the Frog and other short stories By George Ford
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The road is a hard place, especially when you keep falling over and biting it. The Tales of the Frog tell of one man, his bike, and his struggle to keep cool, and more importantly upright. Other... More > stories are an eclectic mix of thoughts and ideas. Wander through strange landscapes or peer in to the darkness of the mind. Above all, enjoy!< Less
Culloden Tales: A Collection of Short Stories By James McCormack
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A series of short stories about the Campbell family and the Jacobite rebellion of 1745.
Culloden Tales: A Collection of Short Stories By James McCormack
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A series of short stories about the Campbell family and the Jacobite rebellion of 1745.
The Christmas Tree Story . . . a tale of becoming By Susan Johns
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This story is a celebration of Life's eternal dance of change and becoming. The dreamy poetic style of the narrative evokes a magical glimpse of the world from a christmas tree's perspective. This... More > mother/daughter collaboration began as a much loved bedtime story that was told and retold so many times that it evolved into a book which was illustrated by both mother and daughter.< Less
Culloden Tales: A Collection of Short Stories By James McCormack
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A series of short stories depicting the actions of the Campbell family, chiefly during the Jacobite uprising of 1745. Note: This Book uses the occidental font.
Culloden Tales: A Collection of Short Stories By James McCormack
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A series of short stories depicting the actions of the Campbell family, chiefly during the Jacobite uprising of 1745. Note: This Book uses the occidental font.
The Hood Cooper Story: An Urban Tale By Malbis Nimmer
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This thing is different than anything else. It’s so expertly vacuolated! It enables me, somehow, to create—to hang my own literary entrails on the skeleton of elemental form. By... More > camouflaging its native interior light, it somehow unveils my own. “Weird.” —Shauna Reaves (high school English teacher) “We sit around at night with Hood Cooper and a stop-watch, and see who can read it the longest without bustin’ up.” —Mike Brewster (mechanic) “My friends say I’m lying when I tell them I get it. Plus, my parents leave me alone now.” —Trevor Langley (seventh-grader) “Before reading Hood Cooper; An Urban Tale, I was diagnosed as being clinically neurotic. Reading Hood Cooper did not relieve my neurosis. It did, however, seem to “coat” it in a kind of paranoiac psychosis.” —Skeeter McCoy (meter reader) “I like this book. It reminds me of …. my sofa.” —Willa-Jean (housewife)< Less
The Hood Cooper Story: An Urban Tale By Malbis Nimmer
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This thing is different than anything else. It’s so expertly vacuolated! It enables me, somehow, to create—to hang my own literary entrails on the skeleton of elemental form. By... More > camouflaging its native interior light, it somehow unveils my own. “Weird.” —Shauna Reaves (high school English teacher) “We sit around at night with Hood Cooper and a stop-watch, and see who can read it the longest without bustin’ up.” —Mike Brewster (mechanic) “My friends say I’m lying when I tell them I get it. Plus, my parents leave me alone now.” —Trevor Langley (seventh-grader) “Before reading Hood Cooper; An Urban Tale, I was diagnosed as being clinically neurotic. Reading Hood Cooper did not relieve my neurosis. It did, however, seem to “coat” it in a kind of paranoiac psychosis.” —Skeeter McCoy (meter reader) “I like this book. It reminds me of …. my sofa.” —Willa-Jean (housewife)< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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