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Four-Month Nightmare: Take the Time to Know the Signs By Lillian Stinson
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Most people hope to find love in their lives. When you are a single parent, finding the right person can be more complicated. But that does not mean one wants a loving relationship less. In her... More > book, Four-Month Nightmare: Take the Time to Know the Signs, author Lillian Stinson introduces April Washington, a strong, African American, single mother. When she meets Bobby Miller, she hopes he is “the one.” He’s nice, caring, attractive, and helpful. He has a past, but April can look beyond that as long as Bobby stays out of jail. Things start out well, but when April wants to take things slowly, Bobby would have none of it. He turns into a mean, hurtful, heartless man. April has to take quick, life-changing action to keep her and her daughter safe. Stinson is not unfamiliar with the drama April and her daughter go through in Four-Month Nightmare: Take the Time to Know the Signs because she went through a similar experience. And like April, with the help from God, family, and friends, she got her life back.< Less
Spa Special By Kannel
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Three collage guys show up at a brand new Spa for a relaxing time with some hot babes! They are met by Miss Rouge who explains that they are in for a Special treatment at the Spa. “This is... More > the life guys!!!” they shout, as they relax in the hot tub spa…but something is wrong. They seem to be getting weaker and thinner... Miss Rouge lets them know that she is in charge, and will be addressed in the future as Mistress. She further explains to the guys that they are going to be transformed from Macho men into a stripper, a maid, and a cute submissive girl. There is no way out! Soon they start enjoying their new life; being a girl can be very sexy! 26 GLORIOUSLY RICH PAGES! FULL SPECTRUM COLOR! Adult themes and subject matter.< Less
Time in a Garden By Mary A Agria
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Laced with gardening tips, wit and wisdom, TIME IN A GARDEN is an inspiring story of emotional and spiritual growth...for gardeners of all ages, for mothers and daughters, and anyone struggling to... More > bloom where they are planted. Retired and in their sixties, Eve Brenneman and Adam Groft land in an unlikely Eden, helping a crew of senior citizens beautify their dying rural community by creating a perennial garden along an interstate offramp. Eve is widowed, estranged from her daughters. Adam has spent a lifetime avoiding relationships and expectations that he run the family nursery business. When Eve starts writing a garden column in the local county weekly, these unforgettable characters embark on a heartwarming, poignant journey to discover love and meaning and cope with growth and loss in the changing season of their lives. In Eve’s words: "We all do battle with stony ground and unseasonable dry spells over the years. Though we may not call ourselves gardeners, it is the human experience."< Less
Hundred Day Haul By Chris Huff
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883 days remain in the 20th Century. At the ripe age of twenty-five, Patrick Finnegan experiences a insomnia-driven manic episode where a brief encounter with the dead American poet Emily Dickinson... More > reveals to him his purpose in American society through her poem numbered 883: “The Poets light but lamps…the wicks they stimulate if Vital light...” Hundred Day Haul is the story of one man’s obsession with capturing and reporting on America during the final 100 days of the 20th century. In 1997, Patrick Finnegan is a regular in the Martha’s Vineyard summer mowzone and an aspiring freelance photographer when he experiences an identity crisis. Despite the debt and doubters that surround him, Finnegan gains back his unbounded confidence and vision and begins his countdown and plan for the Haul, a hundred day roller coaster ride with the backdrop of the late ‘90s America.< Less
Mad to Live By Randall Brown
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Originally published in a limited edition by Flume Press in 2008, Randall Brown's award-winning (very) short fiction collection, Mad To Live, sold out almost immediately. Fortunately for Brown's fans... More > (and soon-to-be fans), PS Books has published this deluxe edition of Mad To Live -- complete with new cover art and four bonus tracks not included in the Flume edition!< Less
Garden of Eve By Mary A Agria
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Grief changes everything. Devastated by the loss of her beloved Adam, writer Eve Brennerman despairs of finding new ground upon which to rebuild her life. And then one wintery morning, Eve spots a... More > rusty junker stranded outside the nursery she has inherited from Adam. Fate? Or coincidence? "Woman, Mother, Widow. All true and yet those words do not define me. My life is a work in progress." And thus Eve starts out on a journey to bloom where she is planted. "A tender, intelligent, heartbreaking and joyous celebration of the circle of life and the seasons." (Sharon Lovejoy, best-selling author and illustrator of garden and nature books.) GARDEN OF EVE is the second novel in the LIFE IN THE GARDEN SERIES.< 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
Surviving In Post America By Dick Browning
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Washington continued the practice of deficit spending to fund out of control social programs and forcing States to comply with their agenda. The US Dollar destabilized to the point that other... More > countries stopped lending to the US. Unemployment rose and crime spiked as unemployed people took to the streets. At 9:30 in the evening the power went off. It was clearly time to flee, but to where?< Less
The Melody of Motion: Following Phish and Widespread Panic By Carl Cole
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Since the time of The Grateful Dead there has always been a certain percentage of the population who have found deep meaning in improvisational rock music. With the death of Jerry Garcia the torch... More > was passed to a new generation of musicians and fans who continue this legacy through Phish and Widespread Panic. The Melody of Motion is able to do what no other book has been able to do: explain in depth why people forsake their jobs, families, and responsibilities to cross a continent following these bands. The story follows Melody, a young woman intent on living her life to the fullest, as she discovers Phish and Widespread Panic. The music and the people she meets effect the rest of her life. This is not the story of the bands, but of the people living their lives in the parking lots. The story is filled with colorful characters one is likely to meet on tour and the insane episodes everyone who has been to one of these concerts can relate to.< 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
Stephanie's Diary By Lloyd Williams
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Stephanie grew up in a dysfunctional household. Her mother, a former model, became a slave to drugs and prostitution when Stephanie was only ten years old. She didn’t think twice about putting... More > her children in harm’s way, especially her daughter. She even loaned her daughter to "clients " in exchange for drugs. Attempting to turn her life around, Stephanie moved out, ready for a new beginning, full of promise. But the demons from her past would not allow her to live peacefully. Starting over was a concept that Stephanie came to know all too well as she struggled to survive her senior year while floundering in a world of cruelty and violence. She yearned to turn over a new leaf, but wondered if she could ever escape the past and leave her childhood horror behind her.< Less
This Way to the End By Mario Savioni
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Short stories and poems mainly. Many previously published at: https://savioni.wordpress.com/ between November 12, 2012 - December 7, 2013. Continuing a series that began with Uncertainty, A Man... More > Looking at Women, After, and Blue Emptiness. It tries to survey the course of the year within which it was written.< Less
Fate of the Dakota: A Novel and Resource on the U.S. - Dakota War of 1862 By Colin Mustful
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Alfred Riggs was a twenty-five year old son of a missionary who found himself helplessly intertwined in the real life actions, events, and people of a harrowing conflict in the history of Minnesota.... More > Alfred grew up among the Dakota Indians of Minnesota and he developed a profound respect for their people and established a near kinship tie to their leader, Little Crow. When war broke out, Alfred was torn between the safety of his family and friends, and his deep understanding and respect for the grievances and traditions of his Indian neighbors. Throughout the story Alfred met and interacted with real life participants and witnesses of the war. But, rather than mitigate death and disaster, Alfred found himself in a number of dire situations from both sides of the war. In the end, Alfred was helpless to quell the senseless feud between the Dakota Indians and the white settlers. Ultimately, Alfred was fortunate to escape with his life and finally reconcile with his father.< Less
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Beyond the Bog By MP Devlin
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In the small village of Kiltee, on the Northern Ireland coastline, young eight year old Garrett Daley is swept out to sea while riding his horse, Maggie, on a windy afternoon in September 1970. His... More > horse returns covered in salt water but young Daley does not. After extensive searching and police investigations for nearly a year, it was presumed that he had drowned. His parents, along with his younger twin brothers, moved to Boston, USA a year after the tragedy, but never lost hope that one day they might have an answer to his disappearance. The Daley's good friends and former neighbors in Kiltee, the Finn's, have an energetic seven year old son named Caffrey. And on a Saturday afternoon in May 1974, while riding his own horse, Silk, he comes upon a young stranger down by the dunes. After further conversation, Caffrey discovers that in fact it is Garrett returned home after four years.< Less
Slip Stitch By Liz McKean
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Senior Manuscript of short fiction and poetry by Liz McKean.
Three Girls, Three Stories: A Teen, a Scheme, and a Queen By Rudy Vasquez, Adriana Williamson
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Featuring strong, female protagonists, Three Girls, Three Stories, by authors Rudy Vasquez and Adriana Williamson, offers a collection of short stories that address a variety of topics and... More > timeframes. “What’s Next?” tells the story of a young secret agent who holds the fate of the world in her hands. She puts her life on the line to understand her emotions, doubts, and purpose. A teen is forced to cope with the mistakes she’s made in “New Perspective.” While doing so, she eventually learns life isn’t quite what she thought, and she realizes the value of true friends and strong natural instincts. “Once Upon a Time” offers an epic poem which documents how the fates of two ancient kingdoms connect. Its drama and suspense culminates when a young heroine is thrown into battle in an attempt to unite her country, her family, and her love. Emotional and witty, Three Girls, Three Stories presents a unique collection of narratives featuring female characters and the lessons they learn.< Less
A Wider Space By Russell 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.< Less
The Human Café By J.D. Miller
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A debut novel about a young writer, his best friends, and the cafe where they live after school; an analysis of the nature of life and pain and the unpredictable beauty of life.
The Gateway Review By Volume 2 Issue 2
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The third edition of The Gateway Review features over a dozen new stories from Ben Miller, Thomas Kearnes, JT Torres, Jeremy Schnee, Laura Wyckoff, and others, including the winners of our first ever... More > writing competition.< Less
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tall...ish Pure Slush Vol. 11 By Pure Slush
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Alex Reece Abbott/Glen Armstrong/David S Atkinson/Paul Beckman/Robert Beveridge/Elizabeth Bruce/Irene Buckler/Guilie CastilloOriard/Kersten Christianson/Martin Christmas/Samuel Cole/Megan... More > Crosbie/Mamta Dalal/Daniel deCullá/William Doreski/Kristina England/Tom Fegan/Cameron Filas/Jennifer Fliss/Bear Jack Gebhardt/Steven Gowin/Shayla Hawkins/Robert Herron/Liam Hogan/Mark Hudson/AJ Huffman/James Croal Jackson/Sean Jackson/Robert Knapman/Michael Koenig/Len Kuntz/Larry Lefkowitz/Cynthia Leslie-Bole/Lara Lillibridge/JP Lundstrom/Jenean McBrearty/Al McDermid/Jolene McIlwain/Todd McKie/Neila Mezynski/Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz/Gary Percesepe/Tim Philippart/Ben Pitts/Winston Plowes/MK Punky/Melisa Quigley/Stephen Ramey/Martha Rand/Alex Robertson/Ruth Sabath Rosenthal/Adina Sara/Wayne Scheer/Martin Shaw/Tom Sheehan/Neil Silberblatt/Rita Simmonds/DM Simone/JJ Steinfeld/Nancy Stohlman/Jan Elman Stout/Susan Tally/KaytieRose Thomas/James Wade/Alan Walowitz/Michael Webb/Mercedes Webb-Pullman/Aaron Wiegert< Less
The Fixer By Terry L. Harris
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Can a person see everything before them but be blind to everything around them? Jon is Handsome, Charming and has a Magnetic Personality with Sherlock instincts to boot. With a sexy, intelligent team... More > at his side, when someone can not resolve a problem in their own house, they silently whisper the need for 'The Fixer'. Then ... Jon is asked to tackle an un-accomplishable task. So he recruits an additional team with their own special skills. He is nontraditional and unconventional in his methods. A mystery novel - a paradox wrapped in an enigma, wrapped in a conundrum. A mystery to himself and others. Nothing gets by Jon … Except … An alchemist of human personalities and unlikely alliances, Jon makes his living making a difference. As "The Fixer", Jon is a story of legacy, hope, redemption and change. Open the door to his world where high tech takes a country back road to the unknown !!< Less
Mule Train to Afghanistan By Frank Villafaña
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In the sequel to Rice with Mango, Ralph, now a CIA operative, finds himself in the middle of the Cold War. Traveling to China to purchase oriental rugs for his shop in Ohio, he knows that he has... More > traveled far from his first flight out of Cuba. In this historical work of fiction, set in the early 1980´s, Afghanistan has been invaded by the Soviet Union. The CIA covert program to support the mujahedeen, is getting serious Congressional scrutiny. Rug salesman by day, Ralph’s new assignment entangles him in the middle of the CIA´s support of the Afghanistan mujahedeen. His nemesis, Baimurat, the KGB Station Chief in Kashgar, is not the brightest, but that makes him much more unpredictable and dangerous. Firefights that never get reported in the morning news, but still leave dead bodies, are surrounding him and killing his friends. Then there are the internal demons that may lead him to self-destruction or the sexy redhead with a healthy appetite, which offer dangers that were not included in his CIA training.< Less
Nikki Magee By Peter Wendt
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Nikki is an orphan, age 11. She's a musical prodigy, with a voice. Her story begins when she is thrown from an uncaring dark world into the morning light of her life, soon finding herself protected... More > by a guardian in the form of Johnny Mazzarisi, a mob boss, and his family. Over the next four years Nikki goes from the gutter to the stage; aided by those who come to love her. There's Lesya Popov, a once world-renowned harpist, and Drek Mason, whose six-man rock band isn't what his senses, or desires, tell him it should be. Also Jimmy Clarke, a Jamaican keyboardist whose instincts aid Drek's search. Nikki's story is one of music, and through her music, she finds hope. From Chopin to Joe Cocker, Nikki's wish is to play, and play she does. She has a dream, and at age 15 Nikki goes to her first rock concert where Fate is going to intervene, on a massive scale.< Less