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You Call Me Roc By George B. Longstreth,MD
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This debut novel by George Longstreth, MD, is based on many true events centered in Bridgeport, CT, in the 1980's and 90's. It is a fun but chilling fictional tale in a hospital setting affected by... More > the cocaine industry.< Less
The Last Magical Year By Gary Logan, Maria del Carmen Irizarry-Rodriguez
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In a World War Two saga of war and romance, that includes the Above-Top-Secret breaking of the Japanese Navy Tactical Code, a Hispanic-American naval officer’s involvement in a forbidden love... More > affair with the young daughter of America’s most powerful, but bigoted, industrial baron, sets the young pilot on a path of destruction and culminates with the heart-pounding events surrounding our nation’s most crucial battle, the epic naval air encounter near Midway Island in the Pacific.< Less
Garden Plots By Tom LaPointe
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We each have seeds of beautiful plants and flowers to grow. Only in the sunshine of silence, the rain of stillness, the lightning and thunder of solitude will they sprout and grow. In that sunshine... More > and rain we will hear the song we are made to sing, the poem, story, invention That will cultivate life on our planet. We are invited to enter our garden gates to sow, weed and harvest delicious fruit. We dread to leave our noisy gadgets for what we may see and hear. Sad, for within our gardens we may hear a song to make the world dance. Write a children’s story to make them laugh. Find a cure that gives life a chance. In the sunshine and rain of my silence I have planted seeds that I have nourished to grow. Humble plants: stories and poems that I am happy to share with you.< Less
My World in Two By Allison Cleaver
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Catherine is a nine year old girl, who lives in Adams County, Pennsylvania. Her family was very wealthy until the beginning of the Civil War, and now everything has changed. Her dad and oldest... More > brother, William, were recruited to join the army. Now, Catherine's family is very poor, and they have to survive the war. Catherine is very scared, and now the Civil War has come to her town, Gettysburg. Catherine learns that she has to love when times are hard and always be there for her friends and family.< Less
Meltdown in the Cereal Aisle By David Matthews
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In nine interconnected stories, David V. Matthews depicts the ordinary and secretly-subversive lives of high-school students, university professors, aspiring creative types, and dissatisfied office... More > workers in Western Pennsylvania from the 1970s to today. With a meticulous eye for detail, he shows how America’s sociopolitical ideologies have shaped—and misshaped—characters who crave nothing more than the brief, transcendent moments that art, music, religion, sex, cheesy pop-culture, or patriotic hydrants can bring. Satirical and serious, hilarious and heartbreaking, Meltdown in the Cereal Aisle heralds the arrival of a quirky new talent. "Meltdown in the Cereal Aisle, is by turn, tender and tough, full of both satire and earned sentiment, all rendered vividly in a voice that is fresh and original and bristles with ribald comedy and recurrent pain. It is heart-breaking and humorous and hard to put down." —Chuck Kinder, author of Honeymooners: A Cautionary Tale< Less
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Things I've Never Done By T. S. Johnson
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These essays on life are a thorough reading of a young man's travels abroad while enlisted in the military. Ranging from fiction and satire to poetry and prose, the stories, articles, and pieces of... More > work contained here examine the full breadth of finding a place to belong in a world of growth, change, and confusion. Experience the author's movement around the globe in his poetic observations, fictional retellings, and musings on the state of art, politics, and the human being. This is an attempt at finding the heart of life.< Less
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Far Above Dust: A collection By Gabriel Faraci
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Emotions are the essence of a good tale and the backbone of fiction. Far Above Dust is a collection of stories involving people searching for love, acceptance and adventure in a cynical world. From... More > the cold mountains of Maine, to the tropical sun of Florida, the author beckons you to join his protagonists as they engage life with determination and the hopes of overcoming personal demons, real or otherwise. Within these pages you will find men and women stuck in a kaleidoscope of realistic problems and delusional wishful thinking. Pull up a chair, take a seat, and read on.< Less
The Life and Times of Halycon Sage: The Last Book Ever Published By Karima Vargas Bushnell
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“The Life and Times of Halycon Sage has the stirring immediacy of a guitar riff.” —BlueInk Review “[D]eliciously funny fiction . . . Every character is on a quest for... More > fulfillment of one kind or another, and it’s easy to root for them on their journeys.” —Foreword Reviews “Absolutely hilarious!” “I read it in one sitting.” “This is a book different from your usual read, and one that has hidden depths.” —Goodreads and Amazon readers Halycon Sage, founder of the post-modernist minimalist neo-symbolist pseudo-realist school of literature, has voluntarily disappeared. The author is hoping to save the world, but has also run away from the Mail Pile. Halycon Sage, whose origins, identity and whereabouts are all mysterious and who may be a Native American male, is about to meet some odd characters: petulant critic Basel Vasselschnauzer, confused genius Alexander Preisczech, a Gypsy, assorted gang members and secret agents, and a shadowy figure of evil.< Less
Blackberry Winter By The Literary Journal of Rochester College
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The 2017 edition of Rochester College's Literary Journal, Blackberry Winter, includes poetry, prose, and photography from the undergraduate students of Rochester College.
The Elusive Tulip By Lynne Leatham
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This intense historical drama takes you to occupied Europe in 1941 on an adventure of secret missions, sabotage, heroics and a villain you love to hate. This book is a mixture of love and war, and... More > adventure and sorrow that you won't be able to put down.< Less
Probity Postponed By James Hanoian
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The true story behind the scenes of Shakespeare's most famous play, Hamlet, told from the perspective of the friend, scholar, and Antique Roman, Horatio.
Do You Believe In Magic? By M. E. Nevill
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Have you ever wondered if you are really in control of your life? Or could it be that someone or something has been placed in front of a computer somewhere and is pushing buttons and sending messages... More > to your brain? What really influences our daily decisions: friends, family, God, the government perhaps, or a dog? These are the questions Dr. Anthony Harding begins to ask himself shortly after arriving in San Diego. He’s convinced that the only way his two daughters will ever overcome their mother’s death and the stigma of her alcoholism and drug addiction and the only way to repair his own status as a dead-beat dad is to jump on a job offer that will move them as far away from Chicago’s south side as possible. His expectations doesn’t include being attracted to a pint-sized independent neighbor from Louisiana whose best friend seems to be a miniature chocolate poodle that appears to have a talent for making unusual things happen.< 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
Boundaries Within: Book I By Holly A. Kellison
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When Tess is sixteen, her parents are murdered and she and her sisters are adopted by their mother’s friend, Jonathan McGowan. After Tess falls for his son Colin, he introduces her to mercenary... More > work. Now years later, Colin is incapable of committing and Tess is quickly becoming one of the world’s top assassins—and seductresses. When Tess makes the decision to separate from Colin, fate leads her to meet his nemesis, the handsome and irresistible Matthew Taylor. Unable to resist breaking her rule to never become emotionally involved while working on an assignment, Tess’s life slowly begins to unravel as she falls in love with Matthew and Colin reappears. As she attempts to put her life back into perspective, Tess suffers a series of losses without any idea that her biggest challenge is yet to come. In this action adventure, a female assassin who relies on seduction tactics to steal from and manipulate others must try to find a way to juggle her work with her love for two very different men.< Less
Love Apples By Melissa van Maasdyk
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Why get married? London-based food writer Kate Richmond can conceive of no good reason. She’s seen where it got her mother and so has written her own recipe for life, relishing her career, with... More > men on the side — including a delicious love match in Daniel Price. When Kate heads to Mauritius on an assignment, she seems set to secure her dream job at Be magazine until a cyclone curdles her carefully laid plans for the summer issue. With her career at stake, Kate will stop at nothing to get things on track, shamelessly entangling others in her quest, including the irresistible Fai Li, but when she takes a step too far, she sets herself on a tempestuous course that will upturn some long-held beliefs. Set in the glamorous, racy world of magazines and suffused with sensual descriptions of food – plus recipes – Love Apples delves into love and lust, marriage and infidelity, and why people continue to invest in a convention so prone to failure.< Less
Foreign Visions: A Joseph A. Foran High School Publication 2016 By Joseph A. Foran High School
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Foreign Visions is a publication created by Joseph A. Foran High School students. It is a collection of a year’s worth of hard work learning how to author and illustrate, from start to finish,... More > a piece of literature. Students in Mr. Raucci’s Advanced Creative Writing Class as well as students in Mrs. Hudson’s art classes came together, beginning the publication process with many different ideas of what this publication would look like. Collectively, they were able to take these “foreign visions” to craft a single anthology, showcasing their abilities as authors and as illustrators.< 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
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Colton By William C. McCrory
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Colton begins with the terror of Dean Koontz’s “Intensity,” and follows with the gut-wrenching action of Ludlum’s “The Bourne Identity.” It’s a great ride... More > you won’t want to miss. It’s the year 2000 and Saddam Hussein, under the pressure of another U. S. invasion, unleashes a long-term plan to dominate the Middle East through intimidation, blackmail and heavy-handed savagery. Young Tom Colton, the rookie CIA agent recently stationed in Riyadh, gets caught in the middle and discovers he’s the only link to unraveling this on going terror. You won’t be disappointed. Colton is a non-stop action thriller with intrigue, cunning and gut-wrenching bravery. If you can survive the first few chapters you won’t dare put it down.< Less
Obscure Boundaries By S. F. Powell
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With Obscure Boundaries, S. F. Powell explores the isolation of grief and its impact on a family trying to heal. Psychiatrist, Dr. Naomi Alexander, is back and delving into territory close to home... More > when she treats a family in mourning. Julia Winthrop has died, leaving her husband, Jeff, and their two children, Mallory and Todd, to carry on without her. When Jeff remarries, the Winthrops make a go at starting a new life with Ruth, but it isn’t easy. There are sides to Ruth not apparent to all involved – except maybe Naomi. Mallory and her brother have a hard time accepting Ruth into the family, for good reason. Ruth is not at all interested in being a “mother” to her stepchildren, and while hiding this fact from Jeff, she has no problem showing one of the Winthrop children exactly where she stands.< Less
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Life or Death: Spontaneous Decisions By Adrienne White
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Skyler Spirit is a psychiatrist and single mother living a comfortable and purpose-driven life. Skyler’s son, Pace, an honor student reveals to her that his fellow classmate Ryan Mitchell is... More > pregnant and he is the father. Skyler’s world comes crashing down when she learns that Ryan’s parents want her to terminate the pregnancy. Determined to use her own experiences to help save the baby, Skyler meets with Ryan’s parents in an attempt to change their minds. In this poignant novella, two teens and their parents embark on an unforgettable journey where they learn the impact of their choices, the magnitude of deception, and the power of God’s love.< Less
CORRECT MADNESS: Diary of a Mad Corrections Officer By Landis Lain
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'Toussaint is the killer.' So begins the saga of Paige Pate, the sole young African American Hearing Officer working in the Michigan Department of Corrections. Written in diary fashion, the book... More > chronicles one woman's journey through the perils of prison life. In a position analogus to 'Judging Amy' for the prison sector, Paige learns things about human nature that she has never known existed. This is a frightening microcosm of every day life gone mad. By turns edgy, profane, funny or reeking with despair, the prisoners and officers spring to life in a modern Canterbury Tales of locked in the shackles, and behind the bars of every day prison life.< Less