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Rise of Lucifer By Michael Callaway
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This book is fully fiction, I have no idea how or why Lucifer would have or could have rebelled. This story takes place before Lucifer was created and lays the ground work of how it could have... More > happened. Think of it as if someone wanted to tell the story of WWII and the rise of Hitler. It is possible to go straight into this story, but to really understand how and why you would need to know the story of WWI. Rise of Lucifer: Legion is that story and will be followed up a second book sometime soon. While the story is written from a Christian perspective it is not really religious. The intention of the book is to be a fictional account of how it could have happened.< Less
Journal of the Albert Camus Society UK By Camus Society
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The 2009 journal of The Albert Camus Society UK. The Albert Camus Society was founded in 2005 and can be found online at camus-society.com
Sideways Stories from Wayside School By Louis Sachar
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For the stage. In adapting Louis Sachar’s Wayside Schools novels for the theater, John Olive faced a huge challenge, what to leave out. He has done a masterful job. This two act play captures... More > the zaniness of Wayside School while adhering to a fairly linear plot line (the original books were more like a collection of fables or vignettes). The resulting play will appeal to theatergoers of all ages. Fun to produce at any budget level. THEATRE - CHILDREN’S PLAYS - COMEDY 17 Characters: 10 Females – 7 Males 2 sets: Interior< Less
Holes By Louis Sachar
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Adapted for the stage by Louis Sachar. Stanley Yelnats is under a curse. A curse that began with his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather and has since followed generations of... More > Yelnats. Now Stanley has been unjustly sent to a boys’ detention center, Camp Green Lake, where the warden makes the boys “build character” by spending all day, every day, digging holes: five feet wide and five feet deep. It doesn’t take long for Stanley to realize there’s more than character improvement going on at Camp Green Lake. The boys are digging holes because the warden is looking for something. Stanley tries to dig up the truth in this inventive and darkly humorous tale of crime and punishment--and redemption. 30 Characters: 9 Females – 21 Males< Less
Jackie By Sam Newsome
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Jackie chronicles the life of a young man born to misfortune. As a child he is labeled as mentally challenged. He suffers an abusive home life and the torment of bullies at school. Soon he is judged... More > uneducable and relegated to homeschooling that is no more effective than the classroom. He is left without a formal education. Thirteen years later he is reunited with an old classmate, Jimmie, who is now a recent college graduate. Circumstances reunite the old acquaintances when Jackie’s mother becomes ill. Together they discover that Jackie has a secret ability and enormous untapped potential. That ability enables the friends to discover and expose deeply seated local government corruption and create a future for Jackie. Friendship, luck, and Jackie’s special talent are the springboard that propels him on a journey to fulfill his destiny.< Less
GLORIFY THE GIRL By MARK BADE
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MILA HAS A GREAT GIFT. SHE CAN REVIVE THE DEAD SIMPLY BY FALLING IN LOVE WITH THEM. THE GIRL DISCOVERS HER TALENT AFTER AFFAIRS WITH THREE FAMOUS GHOSTS. ONE IS AN EIGHTIES ROCKSTAR, THE SECOND A... More > FAMED OLYMPIAN, THE LAST A SURREALIST PAINTER. THE WORLD DISCOVERS HER HIDDEN POWER AND WORSHIPS HER AS A GOD. BUT THE FAME IS TOO MUCH AND A PUBLIC BACKLASH ENSUES, FORCING THE GIRL TO SURVIVE AMONG A CRUMBLING PLANET AND A PLOTTING SECRET SOCIETY.< Less
Seven Generations: An American Family By Margaret Martin
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Seven Generations is a historical novel of Native America taking place from 1825-2013. There are seven parts, one for each generation. The first part is the stories of Trees-Told-It; a Shoshone... More > Indian who was born to the “old way” in 1825 then lived a life of change as new people came to the West, until he died on the Wind River Indian reservation in 1910. In six additional stand-alone parts, the family members tell their stories, from polygamist Utah, to the World Wars, to the building of the federal dams that drowned the salmon fisheries, through the federal "relocation" program and as soldiers in Afghanistan. In the last part, the living family members gather back home on the Wind River Indian Reservation where they uncover important secrets that will impact the next seven generations.< Less
4 NIGHTS WITH BETSY By Oscar Fuentes
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4 NIGHTS WITH BETSY by Oscar Fuentes, is a book of poetry, short stories and plays. Written against a Miami background, Oscar Fuentes aka The Biscayne Poet, romances the muse until the sun rises and... More > sets again.< Less
Shadowlands By Mark E. Prior
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Two tours of Afghanistan have left Matt Graydon, 28, shattered by battle. Now he must return home to his family’s farm to care for his estranged mother Shirley, who is fighting her own war of... More > early-onset Alzheimer’s. Yet while the struggle with their demons threatens to unravel them both, Matt and Shirley come to discover each other in a way they never could have imagined. A commanding and emotionally volatile novel of war, fear, and love, Shadowlands is an enthralling and touching exploration of a man and his mother’s battle with their enemies, both known and unknown. Unpredictable and explosive, it is ultimately a story of strength and forgiveness. "A lovely and haunting story that bridges time and generations in a way that, at times, can feel almost religious." - Douglas Coupland< Less
Some Memories of Life on the Farm Before Tractors By Roy L. McKinney
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Roy L. McKinney reflects on his early life growing up on the family farm in the Young Cove near Bakersville, North Carolina. His charming stories include memories of farm chores, life outdoors,... More > church, neighbors, and of course his family.< Less
Acadian Passage By Jeanne Register
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“Acadian Passage, a tale of flight and rendezvous, love and loss, is rich with detail. The story of Acadia and the beauty of the place are vividly drawn as the tale unfolds. Readers will savor... More > this seldom revisited corner of history, now brought to light.” —Elizabeth Pomeroy, historian and author of John Muir, A Naturalist in Southern California “An enjoyable blend of history, romance and anthropology. Register brings the idyllic- then brutal- story of the Acadians to life.” —Steven A. LeBlanc, author of Constant Battles: The Myth of the Peaceful, Noble Savage Jeanne Gleason Register is descended from French Acadians through her mother Marie Daigle. She began writing ACADIAN PASSAGE after she retired from teaching history and eleven years as Head of Mayfield Senior School. She graduated from Wellesley College and lives in Altadena, California.< Less
Writers of Merritt 2014 By Lake Merritt Creative Writers Group
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A collection of works by the Writers of Merritt - a creative writing group based in Oakland, California
Limits and Imaginary Lines By Jennifer Berit
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A complete stranger at the airport. The longest line at the grocery store. Falling in and out of love. Though our days are often made up of a series of ordinary moments, these moments can offer us... More > extraordinary insights. Every interaction we have with every person is a chance to learn a lesson, gain perspective, and understand a new truth. In her first collection of essays, Limits and Imaginary Lines, Jennifer Berit explores lessons learned and truths discovered from these perfectly ordinary moments in life. The people, places and events in the stories are real. Mostly.< Less
2014 SQUIRE By Archbishop Moeller
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SQUIRE is the literary journal for Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati.
Weeping May Endure For A Night By Beth-Sarah Wright
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This book is about our stories, their power and the promise of forgiveness, healing and freedom if and when we choose to tell them. For 65 years Ava held onto a secret that tormented her very... More > soul. The day has arrived when she must free herself and her daughter, Almah, from the wretched consequences of that secret, before its too late. As she sets out to finally tell Almah, she finds herself unexpectedly travelling back in time--from the urban streets of Brooklyn, NY to the bucolic landscape of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica-- to the moment the unspeakable occurred. Now 21 years old and faced with her trauma again, she has the opportunity to either change the future or forever keep silent. Healing begins by telling the untold stories< Less
Search For Truth The seeker begins... By BRYAN RADZIN
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I don't have so much tricks up my sleeve, as much as journalistic fundamentals to take down powerful and influential people that think they’re completely above the law and won’t ever get... More > caught. I want to show them that we’re watching and they will be held accountable. So if a politician is only in it for the money, and say they want illegals to leave, is there a possibility they don’t want them to leave? Is there a chance they really want them here because immigrant labor is cheaper than American? Are politicians making money hand over fist because the companies that employ immigrants make truckloads of it themselves and therefore contribute more to campaigns? The vigilante types are probably linked to the corrupt politicians, who both stand to lose equally if immigrants were made legal. The politicians would lose the status quo of cheap labor they can take advantage of, and the vigilantes would have to deal with a multi-racial society; which is all meant to benefit the status quo.< Less
The Forest By Open Books
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Publishing Academy, summer 2014: a new novel by Gabriel Gomez.
Flesh Crawling Tales of Old Japan By Jonatha And Harold Wright
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Japan has over two thousand years of ghosts, monsters and changlings of over one hundred different types. These original stories, based on many oral and written versions, were translated by Harold... More > Wright, professor emeritus of Japanese Language and Culture at Antioch College, and adapted by Harold and wife, Jonatha, specifically for storytelling.< Less
One Bullet Beyond Justice By Dennis R. Miller
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Nora Hawks must overcome her own inner demons as she battles to survive in a world where men want to kill her as a "prize." One Bullet Beyond Justice is the sequel to the highly acclaimed... More > One Woman's Vengeance. Nora Hawks is one of the strongest, most realistic female heroes to come along in years. "She came back from the dead to kill. Now she kills to stay alive." It is a novel of fully realized characters, gritty dialogue, twists, turns, and a final epic battle. Within it is a unique love story between a strong, intelligent woman and her retired bounty hunter partner.< Less
Amigo: Small Stories and Tall Tales of Hope By J. Stephen Jorge
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A vibrant world of microfiction from J. Stephen Jorge with cover art by Nate Silva. For fans of Amy Hempel, B.J. Novak, Nick Hornby and Paul Thomas Anderson. All royalties derived from this book... More > will be directed to the Aidric Hunt Assistance fund in honor of the deeply-missed Larsen Hunt. Paperback Edition< Less
The Shadow Man By David A Myers
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"The shadow rules the night. The shadow is his only friend." Sheriff Mike Holcomb, retired, (Katelyn Manor, Mona White's Diary) has been brought back by the county to do what he does best,... More > investigate. He finds help from an unusual source, the mysterious Carmen Ducote, a retired linguist from New Orleans. From North Alabama to New Orleans and back they discover the clues that they hope will answer the question. "Who is he? Who is... the shadow man?"< Less
Max's Hungry Ghost By Stephen Hren
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Set in the near future of roaming double-wides and alligator-infested potholes, this ribald dystopian comedy follows the story of a zany cast of characters as they struggle to make ends meet before... More > being consumed by their engorged and wayward genitalia. Part science-fiction allegory, part pornographic fairy tale, best read naked with a strong pina colada relaxing in the bean patch.< Less
Spinstered the Novel By Sharyn Kopf
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Three friends. Three stories. Three women trying to figure out how they ended up over 40 and still single. Committed to her job and pushing fifty, Catie Delaney has almost given up on her dream of... More > love and marriage. Maybe, she tells herself, she’d be happier just embracing her singleness. Maybe that's been God’s will all along. Catie's friends, Jolene and Uli, have their own struggles with men, careers, and family. Then into this mix of feminine angst walks Brian Kemper—the latest GWP (Guy With Potential) to join their church’s singles group. But just as something seems about to happen between him and Catie, her world falls apart. With their hearts on the line, these three friends search for hope ... and find it in unexpected places.< Less
Volume 1 By Verbal Supply Company
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A New York City writing collective's collection of recent readings.
The Trouble in Aragon Valley By CJ Carroll
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Aragon Valley, 1965, somewhere in southern New Mexico, not too far from El Paso, Texas and the border between the U.S. and Mexico, arose out of the mist that hovered above the river each morning in... More > the cleft of Gray Mountain and knocked at the doors and windows of my mind. The story is fiction, or is it? Suspense filled romance, character driven novel.< Less