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Travel Journal Toulouse By E Locken
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Travel Journal Toulouse - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Toulouse, France. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
Hyperdrive By Tim Parise
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Europe, 2300 AD (more or less). A Marquesan scholar spontaneously begins developing the ability to act as the long-sought hyperdrive, a device--or in this case, a person--capable of reprogramming the... More > space-time continuum and transporting people and objects across the galaxy at will. His abduction by agents of the city-state of Toulouse, who desire to put his abilities to work for them, prompts his boyfriend and childhood best friend to embark on a rescue mission: to Mars. The formerly barren planet has become the garden spot of the solar system, but the societies that flourish there are dramatically different from those that remain on Earth. And even as the would-be rescuers find themselves navigating the fierce local politics of the Martian outposts, they begin to realize that the hyperdrive is already at work.< Less
Hyperdrive By Tim Parise
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Europe, 2300 AD (more or less). A Marquesan scholar spontaneously begins developing the ability to act as the long-sought hyperdrive, a device--or in this case, a person--capable of reprogramming... More > the space-time continuum and transporting people and objects across the galaxy at will. His abduction by agents of the city-state of Toulouse, who desire to put his abilities to work for them, prompts his boyfriend and childhood best friend to embark on a rescue mission: to Mars. The formerly barren planet has become the garden spot of the solar system, but the societies that flourish there are dramatically different from those that remain on Earth. And even as the would-be rescuers find themselves navigating the fierce local politics of the Martian outposts, they begin to realize that the hyperdrive is already at work around them.< Less
The Chrysalis of Oc: Innocent and the Innocents By Peter V. Wright
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At the turn of the thirteenth century, a tolerant, wealthy, and cultured society blossomed in what is now southwestern France. Occitania was the domain of the Counts of Toulouse. Its people valued... More > poetry, music, and literature over warfare. Their language Occitan, was the lingua franca of the courts of Europe. Their troubadours traveled widely and were popular sources of news and entertainment. Tragically, their success struck fear in the minds of the pope and kings, so a brutal crusade was launched to destroy a people that sought only peace. Seven hundred years later, as the battles raged on the Normandy beaches, a sleepy little town in the Limousin woke up to what they expected to be like any other. But this day they were to have unwelcome visitors, the Waffen SS. The Chrysalis of Oc is a sweeping historical tale that links thirteenth and twentieth century France and the bloody crusades that changed the course of the world forever.< Less
The Chrysalis of Oc: Innocent and the Innocents By Peter V. Wright
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At the turn of the thirteenth century, a tolerant, wealthy, and cultured society blossomed in what is now southwestern France. Occitania was the domain of the Counts of Toulouse. Its people valued... More > poetry, music, and literature over warfare. Their language Occitan, was the lingua franca of the courts of Europe. Their troubadours traveled widely and were popular sources of news and entertainment. Tragically, their success struck fear in the minds of the pope and kings, so a brutal crusade was launched to destroy a people that sought only peace. Seven hundred years later, as the battles raged on the Normandy beaches, a sleepy little town in the Limousin woke up to what they expected to be like any other. But this day they were to have unwelcome visitors, the Waffen SS. The Chrysalis of Oc is a sweeping historical tale that links thirteenth and twentieth century France and the bloody crusades that changed the course of the world forever.< Less
The Chrysalis of Oc: Innocent and the Innocents By Peter V. Wright
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At the turn of the thirteenth century, a tolerant, wealthy, and cultured society blossomed in what is now southwestern France. Occitania was the domain of the Counts of Toulouse. Its people valued... More > poetry, music, and literature over warfare. Their language Occitan, was the lingua franca of the courts of Europe. Their troubadours traveled widely and were popular sources of news and entertainment. Tragically, their success struck fear in the minds of the pope and kings, so a brutal crusade was launched to destroy a people that sought only peace. Seven hundred years later, as the battles raged on the Normandy beaches, a sleepy little town in the Limousin woke up to what they expected to be like any other. But this day they were to have unwelcome visitors, the Waffen SS. The Chrysalis of Oc is a sweeping historical tale that links thirteenth and twentieth century France and the bloody crusades that changed the course of the world forever.< Less
Transcriptions of Time By Hollace M. Metzger
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The Collected Poetic Works of Hollace M. Metzger . . Volumes I-IV, 164 poems, 70 b/w photos . . . Observing the Labyrinth from Heaven, Vol.I, 37 poems (New York & Brooklyn) & Vol.II, 25 poems... More > (Dublin, Venice, Treviso, Junas, Athens, Piraeus, London, Glasgow & Edinburgh) . . Transcriptions of Time, Vol.III, 82 poems (Paris) & Vol.IV, 20 poems (Normandy, Toulouse, Minervois, Stuttgart, Karlsrhue, Mannheim, Belgium & Lille)< Less
2016 Calendar - France By Ellyn Dye
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Take a quick tour of magical, enticing France in this 13-month calendar with photographs by Ellyn Dye. Enjoy images of popular Parisian monuments; a church in Avignon; sites in the historic episcopal... More > city of Albi; charming flowers, abundant spices, and an ancient Roman arena in Arles; a canal in Toulouse; and a church nestled in the Pyrenees in Lourdes. Other travel calendars by Ellyn feature images of Alaska, Bermuda, the Grand Canyon and Sedona, Ireland, Jamaica, and Cathar Country, the Languedoc region of Southern France associated with the Cathars, Mary Magdalene, and the Knights Templar. Matted prints of the images in all travel calendars are available at www.LionMagic.com. Ellyn Dye is also the author of "The Search for the Crystal Key," a fantasy adventure for all ages about believing in yourself and the power of love. She is working on a new book, “Creating Heaven on Earth…One Soul at a Time; A How-To Manual from the Perspective of a Near-Death Experience.”< Less
Carry Me Home By Mark Folse
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The collection of short essays in Carry Me Home begins as a lament for what in September 2005 looked to be the lost city of New Orleans. Over the following two-and-one-half years, these brief... More > essays become a lyrical celebration of the city and the people, and a journal of a 20-year expatriate's decision to move home after the flood. Mark Folse is a former journalist who, after a twenty-year remove first to Washington, D.C. and later to the upper Midwest, returned with his family to the city of his birth. He currently resides in the Mid-City neighborhood of New Orleans with his wife Rebecca, and their two children Killian and Matthew. He continues to chronicle his life in the city of New Orleans at his weblog Toulouse Street -- Odd Bits of Life in New Orleans (www.toulousestreet.net)< Less
Carry Me Home By Mark Folse
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The collection of short essays in Carry Me Home begins as a lament for what in September 2005 looked to be the lost city of New Orleans. Over the following two-and-one-half years, these brief... More > essays become a lyrical celebration of the city and the people, and a journal of a 20-year expatriate's decision to move home after the flood. Mark Folse is a former journalist who, after a twenty-year remove first to Washington, D.C. and later to the upper Midwest, returned with his family to the city of his birth. He currently resides in the Mid-City neighborhood of New Orleans with his wife Rebecca, and their two children Killian and Matthew. He continues to chronicle his life in the city of New Orleans at his weblog Toulouse Street -- Odd Bits of Life in New Orleans (www.toulousestreet.net)< Less

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