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Wheat Calendar By Kathy Van Torne
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Wheat: A twelve month calendar starting in January of 2009. This calendar contains photographs taken in June 2008 by Kathy Van Torne of wheat fields in Kansas. The photographs show the beauty and... More > variety of wheat fields. Many of them have dramatic stormy skies.< Less
Wheat and Weeds By Glenda Turner
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The death of her newborn daughter in 1982, led to many profound questions. These questions and her personal journey through self-enlightenment are recorded in this intimate yet powerful memoir. ... More > This book offers hope for others who have endured a loss and are looking for a path out of their suffering.< Less
Rust In the Wheat By R. Paul Tharp
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After my publisher passed on this book I decided to self publish it. Here's why.I wrote my manuscript with a very strong dialect that was,and is,prevalent in East TN, the Carolinas and Georgia,in the... More > more rural, Appalachian regions like i grew up in. My publisher thought it might only appeal to "an Appalachian reader base".So,I sat down to "un-regionalize" it, to strip away the dialect and unconventional grammar from it, but I couldn't. I felt I wasn't being true to it. I realize not many people will "get it", but for those who will, it's worth it to me. Set in the Mid-80s, and told through the remembrances of 14 yr old Early Prichard,this is how Perky County found itself caught in the grip of corruption. How whiskey makers and runners,backroom dealings,and cold blooded murder led one man to start a county-wide war. The costly toll on the Prichard family,more specifically on Early, who really only wanted a normal life, may be more than it was worth in the end.< Less
Rust In The Wheat By R. Paul Tharp
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After my publisher passed on this book I decided to self publish it. Here's why.I wrote my manuscript with a very strong dialect that was,and is prevalent in East TN, the Carolinas and Georgia,in the... More > more rural Appalachian regions such as I grew up in. My publisher thought it might only appeal to "a small Appalachian reader base".So,I sat down to "un-regionalize" it, to strip away the dialect and unconventional grammar from it, but I couldn't. I felt I wasn't being true to it. I realize not many people will "get it", but for those who will, it's worth it to me. Set in the Mid-80s, and told through the remembrances of 14 yr old Early Prichard,this is how Perky County found itself caught in the grip of corruption. How whiskey makers and runners,backroom dealings,and cold blooded murder led one man to start a county-wide war. The costly toll on the Prichard family,more specifically on Early, who really only wanted a normal life, may be more than it was worth in the end. This story is BASED ON TRUE LIFE EVENTS< Less
Rust In The Wheat By R. Paul Tharp
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After my publisher passed on this book I decided to self publish it. Here's why.I wrote my manuscript with a very strong dialect that was,and is prevalent in East TN, the Carolinas and Georgia,in the... More > more rural Appalachian regions like i grew up in. My publisher thought it might only appeal to "a small Appalachian reader base".So,I sat down to "un-regionalize" it, to strip away the dialect and unconventional grammar from it, but I couldn't. I felt I wasn't being true to it. I realize not many people will "get it", but for those who will, it's worth it to me. Set in the Mid-80s, and told through the remembrances of 14 yr old Early Prichard,this is how Perky County found itself caught in the grip of corruption. How whiskey makers and runners,backroom dealings,and cold blooded murder led one man to start a county-wide war. The costly toll on the Prichard family,more specifically on Early, who really only wanted a normal life, may be more than it was worth in the end.< Less
IN THE FIELDS OF WHEAT By JULIAN RAINE
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This collection of poems explores a new context of experimental, dadaism, and lyrical traditional structure to define a new form in literature.
The Desert of Wheat By Zane Grey
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The story of one man's fight to purge himself of a hated secret, and his war against the I.W.W.'s who ruin his harvest. An "anti-Bolshevist" tale.
Come to Light By Amanda Wheat
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Exuberant poet and lyricist, Amanda Golden Wheat shows a kindred connection between us all as she curiously questions societal banality and explores her poetic formulas in this stirring collection of... More > 38 poems.< Less
Come to Light By Amanda Wheat
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Exuberant poet and lyricist, Amanda Golden Wheat shows a kindred connection between us all as she curiously questions societal banality and explores her poetic formulas in this stirring collection of... More > 38 poems.< Less
Club Titanic By Richard Wheat
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Deep Sea Adventures, Inc., has created a resort on the bed of the Atlantic Ocean, five miles from the most famous shipwreck in history. For a price, guests can venture into these crushing depths to... More > catch a glimpse of the crow's nest, where Lookout Frederick Fleet spotted the iceberg; the lifeboat davits, some of which still stand ready; and other highlights of this legendary vessel. Due to the Titanic's salvage rights being awarded to another company, Deep Sea Adventures has been forbidden to pursue the idea of a resort, or to take passengers down to the wreck. But in a place where light cannot penetrate, who would notice a resort structure miles away on the ocean floor? Who would notice a solitary supply ship, a virtual lifeline, sailing in a wide, but constant circle in the North Atlantic? Who wouldn't pay a huge ticket price with the only string attached being silence about the trip?< Less