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New Roses By Stephen Rak
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New Roses is a work of experimental prose that explores the relationships between madness and addiction, consciousness and language. Written by an anonymous drug-addled paranoid schizophrenic, New... More > Roses offers a window into the shattered mind of a young man doomed to a lifetime of persecution. This book is his statement, as he writes to investigate the existential questions of meaning, life, and death. Honoring his friend's will, Stephen O. Rak has accepted the author's request to be the sole representative of the published text of New Roses.< Less
Matamai By Craig PEREZ
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Matamai: “The VASA in Us” | A Collection of Poems, Short Stories, & Art by Students of Pacific Islander Studies | City College of San Francisco & University of Washington, Seattle... More > | edited by David Ga'oupu Palaita | Achiote Press 2010 (cover illustration by Vaeomatoka Valu)< Less
The Ezra Scroll By Mark Leslie Shook
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In 2009, U.S. Marine Sergeant Ron Keller is advising an Iraqi Police unit in Fallujah, when he discovers an ancient Hebrew scroll. Knowing the Iraqis will not be overjoyed at any discovery that... More > reminds them of the presence of Jews in Iraq for thousands of years, he removes the scroll without anyone’s knowledge. Determined to discover the authenticity and meaning of the scroll, Keller covertly summons help from a navy rabbi and an Iraqi-born professor, unaware that more than 2,500 years ago, two scribes set out to rescue sacred scrolls from a burning temple amid the uncertainty of the Babylonian conquest. After the brothers divide the scrolls and leave on separate journeys to hide them, each experiences triumph and tragedy while attempting to ensure the survival of the parchments until the fortunes of Judah are restored. In this thriller, the modern discovery of an ancient text reveals both long-held secrets and the identity of the author of the original Five Books of Moses.< 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
Seven Generations By Margaret Martin
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Seven Generations is a historically accurate novel of successive generations of a Shoshone family from 1825-1910. It is told from the point of view of seven fascinating characters entwined in a... More > colorful and dramatically changing world. There is one part for each generation with each part written in a different style. First, Trees-Told-It tells of a life of turmoil until being moved to a reservation. In the second part the daughter of Trees-Told-It becomes a Mormon in the 1880s. Part three is the memory of the grandson, Rides-In-Laughter of Indian boarding school and WWI. The main character in the fourth generation marries a Spokane woman and is present for the building of the dams on the Columbia River. Next, two descendants of Trees-Told-It meet each other in New York City to celebrate the end of WWII. In part six, the family's US Marines twin brothers fight in Operation Enduring Freedom. The last chapter tells of a thirteen year-old girl living today on the Wind River Reservation.< Less
A Second Dawn... By alan w greenwood
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The novel,A Second Dawn, is the coming of age story of a young farm girl and her dysfunctional family the summer of the testing of the first atomic bomb called "Trinity" near San Antonio,... More > New Mexico.< Less
The Dragon’s Fire By David Laird
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Clyde Colson has developed a raging drug problem, and Dags Bissell, his old friend, thinks he can cure him by reaching out to Clyde’s family for help. The two men are estranged, but briefly... More > connect when Clyde calls Dags, accuses him of ruining his life, and proves it by putting a bullet through his drug-addled brain. This fast-paced novel, inspired by true life events, combines a thriller story with a personal exploration Dags can no longer avoid. Along the way he reunites with a long forgotten lover, Sterling Rodgers, who brings the closely held secret to Clyde’s funeral service that takes them both on a journey that explores the complexities of relationships and the philosophy of suicide, often in a humorous way. Although Clyde’s suicide is extreme, the book touches all of us within our innate nature of relationships, with dear friends, with romance, and with family.< Less
Jesus, the Early Years: A Fictional Account By Ken Sutherland
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In Jesus, the Early Years, author Ken Sutherland brings alive the chaotic world of the beginning of the Christian era. This fictional account explains how a carpenter’s son acquired such an... More > understanding of the Jewish scriptures. This narrative answers many of the questions surrounding the story of Jesus and his family. How did Mary and Joseph, raised about ninety miles apart, meet? How did Jesus receive his education? Where did he obtain access to scrolls? Where did he spend his childhood? Who were the Magi and what drove them to travel hundreds of miles across the desert to Bethlehem? Which city in the world had the largest population of Jews? Filled with both historical and fictional accounts to suggest answers to these and many more questions, Jesus, the Early Years describes the tumultuous and unstable world of the Middle East under Roman rule and how Jesus and his fellow Jews lived during that time.< Less
The Iguana Project By Dale Arden
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Lawyer Patrick Brádaigh had it all—the perfect life, wealth, beautiful wife, and children—until he got involved with the mafia. By the time he realizes his mistake, it’s too... More > late. There is no going back, and he’s been warned: if he makes a misstep, he’ll be paying in blood. With the hopes of keeping his family safe, he starts compiling secret records of all the mafia’s dirty dealings in his safe at home. Patrick’s wife refuses to hand over the documents and ends up brutally murdered. Years pass before he sees his chance to exact revenge. While on vacation, he meets a marine biologist who explains she is conducting cutting edge research on iguanas for NASA. The iguana has the unique ability to stay underwater for an extraordinarily long time, and NASA hopes to harness a similar technique to send astronauts into deep space. Now, Patrick knows what he must do. Somehow, he must lure mafia members into seclusion, where he will induce iguana-like hibernation—indefinitely.< Less
Milly: My Life as a Labradoodle … in Five Short Dog Tales By Robert Belenky
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These are five dog tales about a real labradoodle named Milly. They begin with her birth, continue with her legal defense against the accusation that she steals tennis balls, and explore her dreams... More > and her love of children. They relate her beliefs and her prejudices and end with a dreamy fantasy of old age and death.< Less
My Father's Sun By Kevin P. Hall Jr.
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My Father’s Sun is a 1st person narrative, that tells the story of a young man named Osiris Black. Black is a melanoid man living in the modern day 21st century based out of the South side of... More > Chicago,IL in America. My Father’s Sun focuses on Black’s experience growing into a man and later taking on the responsibilities of being a father. Black goes through a mental, physical, and spiritual transformation period. Through his amelioration he learns to fight through social constraints, insecurities, sacrifices, and inadequacy to find his true purpose in the Creator and as a father. My Father’s Sun is essential to today’s society because it discusses content that is relevant to a generation of adolescents as well as overall families that are missing a patriarchal figure in their households. Highlighting topics involving leadership, legacy, and the importance of a masculine influence on the youth, My Father’s Sun works as a body of text filled with lessons suitable for readers both young and old.< Less
Devil's Pin Cushion By Richard D. Besecker
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The mountains of Colorado hold many secrets. Jason Devereux just wanted to be left alone. The secretive modern day mountain man didn’t expect that a fiery explosion in the frozen Rocky... More > Mountain wilds would change his world forever. Jay is thrown into a series of terrifying and, at times, poignant events involving a beautiful woman, savage predators, murderous criminals, and an endearing, yet tough local sheriff. You can’t put the story down as the whirlwind of crime, murder, suspense, mountain adventure, and romance unfold. From forgotten places in the Colorado Rockies to the grimy underbelly of Texas, edge-of-your-seat events come to a fateful head in the Devil’s Pin Cushion. The author and real-life sheriff, Richard D. Besecker, brings a unique perspective to this intriguing adventure thriller.< Less
Beyond All Expectation By John Mark
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Step back in time and join Hans Luther as he invites you to listen to conversations about Christianity in terms that are easily understood. Experience the scene around the kitchen table in the home... More > of Martin Luther through the eyes of his young son. Every noon along with the meal there are generous portions of grace, mercy, and peace, of love and faith. Eager to learn more about the Christian faith, Hans later probes the minds of students who share the table and who have joined in the table talk. He explores the fundamental questions of Christian belief and then applies what he has learned to his own life experiences, including times of crisis. This is a book about God, life, and lessons learned that apply as well today as they did then.< Less
Boogieban By DC Fidler
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Boogieban is the story of Lawrence Caplan, a Vietnam War veteran now working as a military psychiatrist. Before retiring to sip wine with his wife on their sailboat, Peacemaker, Caplan must assess... More > one last soldier. This young specialist stubbornly insists that he is "good to go" back to his unit in Afghanistan. Caplan soon discovers, however, the soldier is tortured by nightmares and flashbacks. The young soldier's stories have an unexpected effect, lifting Caplan's amnesia for events in Vietnam. Together, the two men launch on parallel journeys of the heart that will change them forever.< Less
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Issue 17 (B/W) By RMU egg
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Here's Issue #17 of RMU's literary journal "egg" in a B&W version.
Heroes Hopes and Happiness By Bev Ehrhardt
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Compilation of student-written literature by accelerated language-arts students.
Let Go By Dontrey Yancey et al.
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An anthology of short stories, poems, and essays expressing Detroit students’ definitions of, and experiences with, freedom. After spending the semester analyzing different texts that explored... More > freedom, the students wrote their own texts and have become published authors. Sales from this book will support next year's project. 2017.< Less
What Once Was By Raina Searle
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Zephyrine Cage almost died when she was 10. The tragic event left her scarred forever--a girl without a voice, plagued by the painful events of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Through the people she... More > loves and the new faces Zephyrine meets, she tries to overcome her demons. When darkness threatens to consume her, she must fight the battle of her life to remain in the light.< Less
Emotive: A Cougar's Tale By Tracie Loveless Hill
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A successful executive with a prominent Chicago advertising firm, ’40-something’ Donnece Chadway is what some might describe as a “cougar”. Bold, beautiful, and accustomed to... More > getting what she wants, Donnece is on the prowl for well-built, handsome, young men—and she’ll do what it takes to attract them. Youth is Donnece’s drug, and older men don’t have a chance—even young ones are at risk of being replaced by the next hot newcomer. A dangerously low point in her life shows Donnece what is really valuable, as she learns that her empty, obsessive lifestyle has limits—and boundaries that shouldn’t be crossed.< Less
Azimuth South Book 3: Cairns Revisited By Jenifer Jones
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A story grounded in fact and fiction about contemporary life in Australia for the country's First Nations Peoples and the new settler society.
Connecting The Pieces: A Family's Life Story By Caroline Dancel-Garcia
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Cassie Gomez’s family’s life story unravels through her niece, Allie, in “Connecting The Pieces”. Connecting the pieces of her aunt’s life story and that of her... More > father’s is going to be a solemn road for Allie. The journey to “Connecting The Pieces” starts by learning and experiencing the love story of Allie’s grandparents. Despite the peaceful life they show from the outside, there is a shadow in their past that continues to linger in their lives today? “If you knew the end result, would you do it again?” This is the question that Allie will have to live with to learn about guilt, regret, patience, forgiveness, eternal love, and being a family. If you could open the door to that past with Allie, would you walk towards the darkness to find out? Or would you let Allie do it alone? In the end, will you adore and love Allie and appreciate her bravery or would you turn back that clock to spare her? Enjoy!< Less
Mustang Madness By West Perry Middle School
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This book consists of writing pieces by West Perry Middle School students that took place during the 2016 - 2017 school year. Inside, you will find letters, poems, argumentative pieces, informative... More > pieces, and short stories. All work is written by the eighth grade. Take a look!< Less
The Enchanted Valley By Dr. Larry Powell
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Please continue to follow the journey of moundbuilder warrior/shaman Ahki as he continues to struggle in the end time of a great civilization. Ahki continues his journey along the Scioto and Ohio... More > River valleys over fifteen hundred years ago. Dr. Larry Powell’s journey continues with this edition of his Hopewell Trilogy. He is a retired educator with over forty years experience. This is his second novel.< Less
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