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Purging Mary: A Drama in Two Acts By Scot Lahaie
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Joe is white, southern, and the chair of the local Right-to-Life committee. His wife, Mary, was raped by a black man, and is now pregnant. Joe’s southern upbringing makes the thought of... More > bringing this child into the world unbearable, so he wants to abort the baby. Counseled against his dangerous course of action by pastors and friends, Joe forces his wife to terminate the pregnancy, ending his relationship with church, friends, and community. As Mary takes a stand against her husband’s demands, long-guarded secrets come to light, driving Joe to choices that destroy them both. PURGING MARY is an uncompromising exploration of the political and social intricacies of abortion-on-demand in America.< Less
BDR By Kendall Chambers
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They don't love me here. The things I've seen us die for, the things I've seen us fight for, the things that my life will be taken for is what they seek to destroy every time I recreate it.... More > Everything is a ritual, sacred, my culture. It's all that they want and it is my everything. It stops here. Black Dixie Roi, the lost child building a way.< Less
Without Land : The Changing Earth Series By Sara F. Hathaway
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Erika thought America would let freedom reign forever but nine years after the Great Quake the reaction by the American Government was quite different. The Day after Disaster brought hardships to the... More > world. The American citizens fought valiantly to bring back some sense of normalcy in a world that was shaken to bits. Many people were left landless and those still in possession of land had many obligation to fulfill for the citizens left fighting for their lives. Erika and her family are just another group left landless and forced to find their way in this new government construct. They are caught between a yearning for the freedoms they used to take for granted and a will to fit in and excel in this new landscape. However, Mother Nature will always have the last word and she isn’t done yet.< Less
The Taming of the Shrew By Stuart Matranga
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A Rom-Com for the ages. William Shakespeare's comic farce about sexual politics is timelessly ironic--and fun. This is a workbook edition for students. Each page is divided vertically between the... More > original text and space for notes.< Less
Our Red Blue Family: A Story of Surviving the Challenges of Finances, Family, and Depression By Leon Doom
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Billy Wilson is ready for his wife to come home. All her life, Chloe has battled depression, but this bought landed her in the hospital following a suicide attempt. He and their twin sons, Thad and... More > Chandler, prepare the house for Mom’s arrival home and plan to celebrate as they struggle to move past this, just another hurdle in the family’s complicated life. Not only is mental illness expensive, but it also carries with it a stigma that won’t be erased. Billy and Chloe’s extended family sometimes do more harm than good. Connie is Billy’s mom—an over-the-top liberal—while Francis is Chloe’s father, a conservative. The two of them love to argue, sometimes even about Dex, Chloe’s homosexual brother. All this added family drama can bring nothing but turmoil and, on occasion, much needed support, especially as the Wilsons fight to survive financially. Through it all, though, the hard times are intermingled with hope and love.< Less
Coup D'Etat 6 By Waxley Grafton
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Look, I'm only on season 3 of The Gilmore Girls, but why is Rory still with Dean when she has Jess (the hottest thing since Zuko from ATLA grew out his hair)? They have so much more in common than... More > her and Mister I'm So Tall and Boring. Anyway, the answer to that question is not in this book, however grade A poems and prose from writers hailing from all over bleed emotion into the stiff pages of this book. Perhaps you will find an answer to a question--between the metaphors and symbols--that you weren't even asking.< Less
A Fall into Light By WS Parry
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Based on a true story of remarkable healing, A Fall into Light is the story of one man's winding path out of a life of darkness.
Root of the Sacred Tree By Ben Romine
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A big-city psychiatrist has lost his sanity and bolted his practice. A Lakota elder has abandoned his Vision and given up on his people. A powerful woman has lost her confidence and fled from her... More > They are separated by three-quarters of a continent and an even wider cultural chasm, but they are collected by an invisible hand and cast like dice onto a dangerous but astonishing road. Root of the Sacred Tree is neither a feel-good tale demonstrating that We-are-all-Related nor is it of the “spiritual journey” genre. Rather it is the tale of three very different, angry, stubborn, gifted people who find themselves on a dangerous path toward healing.< Less
Gamble By David Hess
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Retired DEA Special Agent Von Crocker and his wife are already in dire financial straits when they make the fateful decision to gamble their last two hundred dollars at a casino. Now on the fringe of... More > bankruptcy, Von Crocker has no choice but to accept an offer to become a government contractor in Kabul, Afghanistan. Once Crocker arrives in Afghanistan, he is confronted with a whole new set of obstacles which includes some of the most wayward individuals he has ever encountered along with the unfamiliar customs of Afghan life, religion and culture. After settling in, he begins penning journals directed to Ernest Hemingway that share his startling revelations regarding death, love, patriotism, and those who fight and make the ultimate sacrifice in war. As his tour continues, Crocker's entries vividly describe the dangers he encounters while living among those who must struggle everyday to survive. But it is not until he finally returns home after his tour that he discovers whether it was a lesson learned...< Less
The Glimpse Gift By Mary Van Milligen
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The Glimpse Gift is a witty, romantic, and emotional tale of a young woman with a slight gift of foresight, an unusual connection to the past, and a mission to help those that cannot help themselves.... More > The clever and guarded Hope Dempsey has lived most of her life with the power to see two minutes into the future during emotionally poignant moments, but as she matured, so did her strength in seeing the unbelievable. On New Year’s Eve, at the age of 26, she meets the first of a succession of saints sent to her to mend a present-day issue reflective of that particular saint’s own journey. With the help of friends in heaven and a handsome local antique dealer, Nathan, Hope humorously and trustfully dives into her divine mission.< Less
Here, the World Entire By Anwen Kya Hayward
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After being cursed by Athena for her 'transgression' with Poseidon in her temple, Medusa lives alone on the outskirts of the world, secluding herself from everyone so as to keep both herself and the... More > rest of the world safe. When Perseus comes to ask for her help, Medusa tries desperately to make him leave, but no matter what she does, Perseus stays. As the days wear on and she reveals more about what led her to the cave, it becomes obvious that there is a choice to make: stay safe and alone, or re-enter the world with Perseus. One question still remains, however: what does Perseus want?< Less
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Ready Eager And Prepared Every Recall: R.E.A.P.E.R. By Mike Fulbright
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War with North Korea and the U.S. is inevitable but, the question of when still remains to be answered. But, there are those who don't believe it, including Captain Beckman, the unqualified,... More > disillusioned, crippled to high for crutches, Commander of Rebel Station, a communications site established on a hill top 50 miles south of the DMZ. A new Sergeant, Anderson, arrives from stateside and immediately has his hands full trying to convince the inexperienced Captain that his unbelief will lead to the death of everyone on that hill, but, to no avail. The men of the "Reapers," will be faced with a life and death struggle with life being the choice. But, will they survive? Will the defiant Anderson be able to prepare his men in time, or will they become the next group of members to enter the Tomb of The Unknown Soldier.< Less
Welcome to my world, now go home By P.Q. the cat
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Based on real life on a personal adventure which is both common and comical at once. Sit back and enjoy the tale of a young women who just wants to see the world through her own eyes and learns that... More > anything can happen at any time. She learns that life's true adventure is in learning how to go with the flow without comprising her morals or her integrity. Once you start you won't stop. Get pulled into a world of mayhem and excitement. Sit back and enjoy the show.< Less
Long Trail Home By James I. Owens, Jr
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Long Trail Home is a journey of self-discovery drawing wisdom from some of the world’s greatest spiritual, philosophical and literary traditions. The tale follows young Matthew Masterson, who... More > leaves a life of wealth and privilege and the demanding expectations of his father. From youth to adulthood, Matthew must face challenges from within and without, driving him to answer the question: What path will I walk?< Less
Qu: a literary magazine Issue 5 By Qu Lit Mag
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Qu is a literary journal, published by the MFA program at Queens University of Charlotte. The Qu editorial staff is comprised of current students. We publish fiction, poetry, essays and script... More > excerpts of outstanding quality. Payment upon publication is $100 per prose piece and $50 per poem.< Less
Laughing at the Unknown By Advanced Writing Class
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This work is a collection of poetry and short stories written by a class of high school students in an enrichment setting.
Raid on Cochecho: Book Three of The Puritan Chronicles By Peni Jo Renner
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Grace Hampton is a nine-year-old orphan in 1676 Cochecho, New Hampshire. Her predictably mundane life is turned upside down when she overhears plans for an attack on local Indians, and then... More > immediately afterward, she meets Menane, a nine-year-old Pennacook boy who is also orphaned. When disaster strikes, the children's lives are irrevocably meshed together. Thirteen years later, they reunite as adults. Grace has become an industrious cheesemonger while Menane has developed an honorable status as a warrior in his tribe. When Menane's brother Kancamagus seeks revenge for the attack on their people, Menane risks his own life to save Grace from the inevitable siege.< Less
Always the Moon By Dana Michelle Braun
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I wish I knew then what I know now… Fortieth birthdays have a nasty habit of self-reflection. The Brewer triplets are no strangers to regret. Brilliant neurologist April traded the chance to... More > have a family for her celebrated career. Sunday, already a grandmother at 40, regrets getting knocked up in high school and giving up on her dreams. Recovering from addictions and illness, Lily wishes she could change…well, everything. A well-intended birthday gift unwittingly sends the trio careening back in time to 1988, a crucial time in their lives where they make significant choices that place them onto the paths they’ve chosen. Trapped in their 17-year-old bodies, with their adult minds—and memories—intact, the sisters have the opportunity to do things differently. With their knowledge and experience, they could have anything their hearts desire. But what if their heart’s desire is back in 2011?< Less
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain By Stuart Matranga
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is presented here in an edition for middle school readers--it only includes the first half of the novel, up to the point where Samuel Clemens stopped... More > writing it for several years.< Less
The Battle of Copake Lake By Schuyler Van de Carr
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“Do we exist as the property and for the enrichment of England or do we stand as free men in our own country? Do we bend a knee in prayer or to a violent monarch?” Pivotal events... More > during the American Revolution converge to bring peaceful Copake Lake into the War of Independence. General Washington’s attempts to blockade the Hudson River and prevent British warships from dividing the colonies have been met with failure. The great chain designed for this purpose has twice failed and before another attempt is made, must be tested unobserved. British spies are everywhere, and agents of the Continental Army, the innkeeper’s beautiful daughter, and the boys at the still band together in this frantic contest. Can a secret known only to a strange Oneida warrior save the day?< Less
Those Who Fly By Zenfish
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In life, there are sprinters and there are distance runners. The sprinters are dreamers, inventors, artists, and the ones who strive to be the best versions of themselves. They risk everything in... More > their struggle to win the race, while the distance runners pace, brace, and protect themselves, their only goal being to finish. This is a story for the sprinters, about a little dreamer named Lo.< Less
The Wanted Man By Kyle Bowes
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Enter Ashton's world, a world that has accepted Darwinian Evolution as truth. Ravengers roam the earth, killing at will. The Elite gather in exclusive cities to protect themselves. The rest of the... More > population, caught somewhere between these two extremes, is left to their own devices. Ashton, who can never be accepted as one of the Elite due to a defect, lives a dangerous life in the forest outside of Phealidiatt, the city of the strong. He kills to survive, which makes him a threat and a target. The Elite have set a price on his head, and hunted by Ravengers and bounty hunters, Ashton becomes known as the Wanted Man. In the midst of the danger, a mysterious stranger offers Ashton a chance at a better life, a chance to live in a settlement that has broken away from the pattern of the world and does not judge by physical appearance. It sounds too good to be true. Can the stranger be trusted? And will Ashton even live long enough to find out?< Less
Coming of Age Jack Keagan's America Book One By John Rhodes
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Jack Keagan finds himself alone in the Ohio Valley forest after the death of his parents. His cabin has been burned by Indians. He is 15 and his only living relatives are hundreds of miles away in... More > Boston.< Less
Understand Me, Sugar By Jane V. Blunschi
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Debut collection of short stories by Jane V. Blunschi. 2017 Selection of the Cypress & Pine Series in Fiction by Yellow Flag Press. "If these stories weren’t so intelligent, they... More > would be guilty pleasures.”  —Padma Viswanathan, author of The Ever After of Ashwin Rao and The Toss of a Lemon “Jane Blunschi doesn’t flinch in her storytelling...” —Lucy Jane Bledsoe, author of A Thin Bright Line and The Big Bang Symphony “Jane Blunschi is one of the sassiest writers I know. She goes deep, she goes dark…”                    —Rilla Askew, author of Kind of Kin “Funny and tragic and leavened by faith, Understand Me, Sugar wages for hope.” —Geffrey Davis, author of Revising the Storm< Less