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Sorority Pledge By Kannel
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Sneaking into the Sorority is not a good idea. Our Hero…um…I mean…Heroine learns that the hard way when he tries to sneak into the Sorority as part of a Fraternity prank. ... More > Oh...but it goes all soooo wrong once the girls get their hands on him…I mean her… If he wants to see what it’s like to be in a Sorority, well then he is going to become part of the Sorority. In fact he is going too be transformed into another very pretty, very sexy, Sorority Pledge! Sigh…might as well give in and enjoy the new life…! 18 GLORIOUSLY RICH PAGES! FULL SPECTRUM COLOR! Adult themes and subject matter.< Less
Bartleby Snopes Issue 13 By Bartleby Snopes
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Bartleby Snopes Issue 13 features stories and artwork from 27 authors and artists, including the 5 finalists from our 6th Annual Dialogue Only Contest. Issue 13 brings a great variety of fiction and... More > art from new and established authors such as Beth Adamour, Ean Bevel, Carrie Brennan, Elizabeth Brown, Heather Clitheroe, Leonora Desar, CS DeWildt, Kelsey Englert, Steven Foutch, Chris Fradkin, Thomas Gillaspy, Gabrielle Hovendon, Leanne Merritt, Amy Morris-Jones, Bertram Allan Mullin, Maria Pinto, Christina Qiu, Stephen V Ramey, Dan Reiter, Nina Sabak, Mike Sauve, Kari Strutt, Mathangi Subramanian, Daniel W Thompson, Valerie Vogrin, Sorrel Westbrook-Wilson, and Kathleen J Woods. Visit us on the web at www.bartlebysnopes.com< Less
TREES - A Musical of Forbidden Love By P. S. Lutz
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A whimsical, life-affirming theatre, dance, concert vocal piece on the universal subject of forbidden love. The setting is the Catskill forest, home to the trees, Lord Spruce, Lady Maple, Sylvia,... More > and Engelmann, the undergrowths, Moss and Fern, and the humans, Poet and Holly.< Less
The Outhouse By David W. Gordon
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As if growing up in the midst of the Great Depression isn't difficult enough, Paul Miller is dealing with a terrifying family secret. As the pressures of the Depression mount, Paul can no longer... More > ignore the evidence piling up around him. The choices he makes will set him on a collision course with his family and with history. The Outhouse is a Depression Era coming of age story with a horrifying twist. The novel takes readers along for a thrilling three generation mystery, exploring how far a man would go to protect the people he loves.< Less
A Burden of Shadows By Thomas Lipscomb
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Sarah Jacobson, uniquely gifted and outspoken even from childhood, comes of age amid the destruction and social upheaval of the Civil War and Reconstruction. Sarah endures unfathomable sorrow and... More > loss, inner conflict in learning to master her providential gift, and the unrelenting persecution of Lillian Brandt, the very personification of evil. Sarah shares her family's progressive political and spiritual convictions, which results in their becoming virtual exiles within their own community. She refuses to be relegated to the accepted Victorian roles afforded women of her era, to the consternation of many, but rendering her irresistible to Dr. Benjamin Monroe. Sarah's strength of spirit and the wisdom and counsel of her beloved grandfather empower her as she strives to master her shadows and fulfill her destiny.< Less
The Olive Lamming Creative Writing Competition 2014 By various
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The Olive Lamming Creative Writing Competition is an annual literary competition held in memory of the late Dr Olive Lamming, who was an active member of the Isle of Man Literary Society for many... More > years. The competition dates back to 1972 when the then President of the Society, Mr R G Morton, donated a sum of money to establish a foundation to enable a literary competition to be held in perpetuity. This year, as part of the ongoing development of the competition, the Society is publishing all the entries submitted. Inside these covers you will find a variety of writing from a number of authors – everything from a long narrative poem to a science fiction short story to an account of a volunteer’s day at Noble’s Hospital. The Isle of Man Literary Society would like to thank the Isle of Man Arts Council for their support of the Competition and Ramsey Crookall for their sponsorship of this publication.< Less
The 2014 New Southerner Literary Edition By Bobbi Buchanan, editor
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This print edition features the 2014 New Southerner Literary Contest finalists and semifinalists, including the winner of the James Baker Hall Memorial Prize in Poetry, the fiction prize winner, and... More > the nonfiction prize winner.< Less
Hello: My Name Is By Thomas James Viccaro
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This is my journal. My name is… Well, we’ll get to that. I’m nameless, technically. I’m an agent without my own history. I woke up without my memories. I met... More > this man, Father, and he told me that we’re the ones who cause the headlines in the news. We’re the reason for earthquakes in Haiti, tsunamis in Japan, and wars across the Middle East. We made history, even without our own history. We’re nameless: If we’re caught, no one will know who we are or where we’re from. It’s like we never existed. I hate it. I want to know who I was. I want to make a name for myself. Father keeps telling me one day I’ll understand. He tells me to keep our identities a secret. I disagreed. Here’s my story. Our story. Hey Father, Did I understand, old man?< Less
Winning Christmas By Joan Marchessault
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Tracy Noble buys a lottery ticket every Friday, despite her husband’s pleas that her purchases are a waste of money. But when her weekly ritual pays off with a three hundred million jackpot win... More > the week before Christmas, Tracy and Michael can hardly believe their luck. Transformed into multi-millionaires in mere seconds, the couple celebrates with wild abandon. It seems all their worries are over—or so they think. As Tracy and Michael navigate through aftermath of their windfall, they meet with trusted family members, tackle big decisions, and leave on a lengthy intercontinental cruise. But it is not long before greed overshadows their seemingly idyllic lives, leaving Tracy to question whether she must sacrifice her sanity for wealth. As her marriage teeters on the brink of disaster, Tracy slowly begins to discover the real price of a winning lottery ticket.< Less
The Sword and Scabbard: Thieves and Thugs and the Bloody Massacre In Boston By Allen Woods
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The streets and taverns of Boston before “The Bloody Massacre” were filled with brawls and scrapes, hot words and cold calculations. Firebrands like Samuel Adams claimed high... More > revolutionary ideals for the Sons of Liberty, while John Hancock and other well-to-do merchants found smuggling very rewarding. The Tory lords stuffed their pockets with silver and scorned the rude Americans and their democratic ideas. Informers worked both sides of the street while crowds of itinerant, unemployed sailors and dockworkers ruled the streets and intimidated Customs officials with beatings and hot tar. Nicholas Gray and Maggie Magowan run The Sword and Scabbard, a North End tavern which is home to both criminal and political intrigue. They view the politics of the time with a cynical eye but are eventually caught up in the conflicts. Finally, Nicholas must choose between saving himself and crippling the march towards the Revolution.< Less
Phantom in the Capital By Rob Shumaker
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After U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Alexandra Julian and Israeli Education Minister Ayala Rosenthal are taken hostage by jihadists during an Egyptian coup, terrorists threaten to behead the women and... More > engage in worldwide jihad if the U.S. fails to release their comrades held at Guantanamo Bay. While a shocked world watches the madmen promise to destroy Israel and bomb the Pyramids, some demand America retaliate, while others want Washington to negotiate. President Schumacher, at the urging of Vice President Stubblefield, decides the only option is to call upon America’s secret weapon – covert operative D.A. “Duke” Schiffer. Teaming with Israeli assassins, Schiffer’s mission is to sneak behind enemy lines and rescue the Ambassador before the terrorists carry out their promise to execute her. When the secret operation goes awry, the President and Vice President must wait and see whether Ambassador Julian and Duke Schiffer make it out of Egypt alive, or whether the United States is forced to enter World War III.< Less
Needle Magazine: Winter 2014-15 By Steve Weddle
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Needle Magazine is hardboiled, lean and mean. Crime fiction from some of the best -- Albert Tucher, Laura Woollett, Kim Bradley, Chris Rhatigan, Nigel Bird, Jeff Barr, Sarah Askins, David Corbett,... More > Ed Kurtz, Paul J. Garth, Elahzar Rao, C.M. Beckett, Erik Arneson, and Steve De Jarnatt. Cover art by Scott Morse.< Less
I hear music By Felix Gurt
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Felix's poems range in style from lyrical to satirical, some which are dedicated to his new home, New York, while others address environmental issues, a subject also very close to his heart. One can... More > see his photographic images translated into his poems as they reflect his lifetime fascination with, and strong feeling for, his need to preserve nature's wonders in words as well as on film; flowers, sky, clouds. Other poems are inspired by the works of great composers such as Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and others. Стихи Феликса разнообразны по жанру и эмоциональному выражению. Это лирика, сатира, эпиграммы, юморески, басни, детские стихи. Они дышат радостью и восхищением окружающей природой, цветами, небом, волнами и отличаются тонким юмором и фотографической наблюдательностью. Ряд стихов посвящён великим композиторам — Моцарту, Баху, Бетховену, Чайковскому и другим.< Less
Morgan's Summer By KD Lee Writes
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Meet Morgan and her troublesome, younger, twin siblings. Laugh out loud by the twin’s mischievous behavior, giggle with Morgan and her friends, hold your breath during one of Morgan’s... More > adventures, and be shocked by the news Morgan’s parents have in store for them all.< Less
Night Of The Hatchet By A.W. Hammock
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When former Delta Force Operator Caleb Cook uncovers a plot involving a deadly terrorist cell, partnered with a ruthless drug cartel, his life and the lives of his family and countrymen will be in... More > constant danger unless Cook can stay one step ahead of the violent men planning to use a deadly weapon to strike deep into the heart of America.< Less
AC PAPA #1 By Chris Bodor
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Florida-themed literary journal. Issue #1 features poems, photos, personal essays, photography, fine art and fiction and prose by Glenda Bailey-Mershon, Larry Baker, Carolee Ackerson Bertisch, Nancy... More > Bevilaqua, Chris Bodor, Pris Campbel, Lance Carden, Alan Catlin, Charlie Cawley, Stevie Cenko, David Dannov, John De Herrera, Mary Deno-Yeck, Jim Draper, Brian Druggan, Daniel Florez, Tim Gilmore, Lou Graves, Marie Groves, Lynn Skapyak Harlin, Tovah Janovsky, Leny Kaltenekker, Jane Lynahan Karklin, LeeAnn Kendall, Beverly A. Bell Kessler, Mark Kirwan, Ann Kiyonaga-Razon, Rachel Layne, Michael Henry Lee, Antoinette (Toni) Libro, Dotty Loop, Susan Bennett Lopez, Gayl Angela Masson, Ann Browning Masters, Bozena Helena Mazur-Nowak, Kurt McGill, Gigi Mischele Miller, Paula Moore, Tonn Pastore, Lee Patterson, Becky Meyer Pourchor, Nadia Ramoutar, Kathleen Roberts, Rebecca Rousseau, Kimmy Van Kooten, Marie Vernon, Rob Waldner, Lee Weaver, Beem Weeks, Ginna Wilkerson.< Less
A Lonely Battle Stance By James J. Connell, Jr.
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Heinrich Thibaut was a Civil War soldier who was forced beyond the conventional battlefield directly into one just as violent and intense, but much more personal. He suffers disabling wounds, escapes... More > from a deadly confederate prison and then gets a close-up look at slavery. He is immersed in the blood drenched aftermath of Gettysburg, but in the midst of it all, meets the love of his life. Where does he belong, with her, or off to fulfill his duty? While most young men his age are following orders to charge to their deaths he drags himself up and has the courage and conviction to question, WHY?< Less
Locked In Chains By Angel Deshotel
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"Will we ever be free?" He asked me, his green eyes full of hope. I don't know Jonah. But we have to stay positive. Just promise me this one thing. What is it Kim? That you'll never... More > lose sight of what's important.< Less
The Guilds of Tir Na nÓg: A Collection of Celtic Dream Tales By Sieglinde De Francesca
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Nineteenth-century Ireland was a land of poets and crafters, rebels and dreamers; a nation of a fierce and noble people. It was a mystic land of salt and peat and honey. Find in The Guilds of Tir... More > na nÓg a number of Celtic dream tales to transport you to that fabled time and place. Here are haunting stories of the lives of everyday characters who encounter the unexpected and supernatural. These are stories of life, loss, and redemption, woven with threads of magic, myth, and serendipity. Travel across mist-veiled moors, ride the surly sea, enter poor stone cottages and walk the sooty, cobbled streets of Dublin. You’ll encounter a curious peddler with a magical gift, a changeling child, a ghost or two, a treasure found, a myth turned real, and much more. This collection of stories celebrates a people driven by an obdurate spirit, guided by superstition, hounded by a harsh fate, and bound by a tenacious love.< Less
TREMORS: SHORT FICTION BY CALIFORNIA WRITERS By Ken Branch et al.
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Eight writers -- four women and four men -- have gathered together to present this soul-stirring collection of contemporary fiction -- one that is sure to whet your appetite for more from these very... More > talented authors. As one of them reminds us: "Here is the voice inside me which says: 'I am shaking the teardrops frozen in time with my literary tremor from a faraway land . . .' I think everyone has stories that are meant to shake or create waves to the uncharted mind."< Less
Double Crossings By Lee White
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Frederich Walter rests, exhausted after being among Washington’s troops at the crossing of the Delaware River in December 1776. As he falls asleep, he remembers another time of fear and... More > excitement in his life—nearly thirty years ago, when he and his family prepared to leave their home in Germany to come to America. From a poor village in Germany, Freddie and his family begin the long, dangerous journey to the New World. His mother, who is very frail, packs a beautiful, flowered bowl carefully among their belongings. They travel by foot to the Rhine River and then by riverboat to Rotterdam, where they eventually secure passage to cross the Atlantic. Through many adventures and hardships and a terrible tragedy on-board ship, Freddie eventually makes it to America—but what happened to his parents and what happened to his mother’s beautiful bowl and his other belongings?< Less
A Klingon Christmas Carol: Actor Edition By Christopher Kidder-Mostrom et al.
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Scrooge has no honor, nor any courage. Can three ghosts help him to become the true warrior he ought to be in time to save Tiny Tim from a horrible fate? Performed in the Original Klingon with... More > English Supertitles, and narrative analysis from The Vulcan Institute of Cultural Anthropology. The Dickens classic tale of ghosts and redemption adapted to reflect the Warrior Code of Honor and then translated into tlhIngan Hol (That's the Klingon Language).< Less
Death & the Golf Pro by Jack Clayton, P.G.A. By Dex Westrum
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A noir thriller set around a Midwestern country club: someone's knocking off locals with a 5-iron, and local golf hustler Jack Clayton is right in the thick of it.
Slum Roots: Julianna and Other Short Stories By Dan Carroll
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Julianna, the lead story in this collection of short stories, is the seed of Dan Carroll’s Slum novels—the award winning Slum, and the sequel, Slum Song. The short story, Julianna, was... More > originally thrown onto the “scrap heap” as Dan explains in the Preface, but because of the potential of its characters— Julianna, Alba, Robert, and Donna—the story had been reevaluated and the characters reappear in the novels. Presented in this book are ‘stories of passion.’ In addition to Julianna, a story of impassioned love between Robert and Julianna, Caresse exemplifies the passion of lust, Holding Hands the passion of infatuation, Purge the passion of fury, and Christmas Tears the passion of a young girl struggling to become her own person. Many of Dan’s short stories are the result of his global adventures which have ranged from the Middle East to the Czech Republic to countries of the Caribbean and Central America. Stories in this collection reflect some of those journeys.< Less
You Private Person By Richard Chiem
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"Richard Chiem writes of all the weirdness and ooziness and tenderness of young love, with such lucid specificity. Like some beautiful film from the 70s, but also distinctly now. Because I also... More > love how in this book he documents the tremors of contemporary existence, of living and working in a city, measuring days not in coffee spoons but in cigarettes and Simpsons episodes." - Kate Zambreno, author of Green Girl and Heroines< Less