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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
Life is Change By Ernest Bywater
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No good turn goes unpunished. There's nothing so constant in life as change. Shortly after finishing his university exams Smoky Grey learns these two sayings are true. His life and plans are totally... More > changed by an encounter in the university car-park. For the next few years his life is one change after another. Some of them being ones he initiates. He's a catalyst for changes to improve the lives of many people. - 48,200 words.< 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
The Second Coming of Joan of Arc: A One-Woman Play By Carolyn Gage
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In The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Joan returns to share her story with contemporary women. She tells her experiences with the highest levels of church, state, and military, and unmasks the brutal... More > misogyny behind male institutions. Award-winning,internationally-acclaimed lesbian drama.< Less
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This Book CLIMBING SUCCESS MOUNTAIN is all about YOU… What is inside of You,… if You are Adventurous enough to seek Your Greatness. Know that Your life is a Book that only You can... More > write. What I am telling You is for You to make it a Best Seller.< Less
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Summer Camp Blues By Dr. Glenn M Cosh
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Summer camp is a rite of passage for many, and so much more for Tom Steelman, an earnest middle-class son of the South who unexpectedly lands a counselor position at an exclusive camp that plays host... More > to the children of Northeastern privilege. Maine’s coastal waters aren’t the only thing that Tom finds chilly when he arrives for duty at Camp Waserwarr. Right from the start he’s an outsider, forced to endure one slight after another–some innocent and some intentional. Then, as he struggles to maintain a foothold in his new surroundings, ominous reports begin arriving from back home. With his self-reliance tested as never before, will Tom survive the clash of cultures into which he’s been plunged, or will proving himself worthy in the eyes of others threaten the humble principles he’s always lived by.< Less
Life at 65: The World According to Scrape By Chris Jennings
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A novel spanning five decades that introduces us to the life and times of a young Scrape.
Harem Twins By Dolores Maria Davis
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When royal twins are born in the harem of Pharaoh Amenhotep III, they are soon entangled in an intrigue due to a shocking secret their mother whispers on her deathbed. Their nanny, Dwarf Beset,... More > learns that this secret threatens the lives of the twins, involving a plot to overthrow the Crown. Her merciless investigation as she unfolds this complex mystery uncovers a conspiracy that encompasses an abduction, brutal torture, and murder.< Less
Black Fox Literary Magazine Issue #14 By Black Fox Press
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The Summer 2016 Issue (#14) of Black Fox Literary Magazine featuring new fiction, poetry and nonfiction.
Rain Check By Levi Andrew Noe
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Beautifully rendered, the stories in 'Rain Check' could well be the footprints and photographs of our own lives if we’d have taken risks as daring as Noe’s characters. Each misstep,... More > triumph and regret rings true. Reading these stories is like being a lucky voyeur who happens upon an artist with brush in hand, nearing the finishing touch of their masterpiece. Nothing is more potent than prose that lifts off the page and lands, like a well-placed bullet or caress, on the heart, and that’s precisely what Noe has done here. ~ Len Kuntz, author of 'Dark Sunshine' and 'I’m Not Supposed to be Here and Neither Are You' The tiny, potent stories that make up this debut by Levi Andrew Noe both surprise and delight. There’s wisdom in these pages, but also humor, tenderness, and magic. 'Rain Check' is a terrific read from a young author to watch. ~ Kathy Fish, author of 'Wild Life', 'Rift' and 'Together We Can Bury It'< Less
A Dog's Tale By Annie Saxberg
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What goes on at Boney Maroney’s speakeasy? In the ruff underworld of 1920s New York City, young puppy Johnny walks through the wrong doggy door and ends up the new piano player at Boney... More > Maroney’s. While he wins the affections of the dogfather, as well as street smart waitress Mash, the question remains; what happened to the last piano player? And is his disappearance somehow connected to the missing Sirius diamond? Find out for yourself in “A Dog’s Tale”, STaG’s festival winning 50-minute original gangster comedy, packed to the brim with lousy puns and musical numbers.< 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
Joe Peas By Sam Newsome
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Who is Joe Peas? Is he a simple immigrant Italian house painter, or is he a complicated man with much to hide, even from himself? When the aging itinerant house painter becomes ill, his life... More > intersects with family doctor, James King. The doctor develops a friendship with the odd little Italian whose life is a sharp contrast to his own. Joe suffers a hip fracture and becomes Dr. King’s rehabilitation patient in a long-term care facility. He interacts with the other residents and learns of their struggles and triumphs as he witnesses their close family relationships. The spirited little Italian enriches the lives of his fellow patients as they change Joe in ways he never expected. As Joe is forced to face his past, Dr. King is facing his own struggles dealing with his community where conformity is valued above individualism. Could there be more—much more—to Joe Peas than meets the eye? Will the truth about the mysterious painter finally be unveiled?< Less
The Almagre Review By Joe Barrera
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The Almagre Review is a Colorado literary journal, paper/electronic, seeking to promote writers and artists from the mountains and the prairies. We publish short stories, poems, essays, memoirs, and... More > novel excerpts. We also feature illustrations that enhance our contributor material.< Less
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Marvin's Garden By Joseph Brisben
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When she was growing up, all Madge Duckworth wanted was to marry a man who was going places. She got that in her husband, Marvin, a farmer, but she also discovers that she married a sadist, a... More > glutton, and a man so greedy and mean that he disowns his own son. Madge’s life runs on a terror-filled inertia. The only pleasant things in it are her job in the telephone company in Pond Creek, OK, her friendship with Marge Brauniger, and spying on her son Jason and his family. Then cancer strikes Madge, but she eventually finds solace in her housekeeper, Betty Buckley, Betty’s three-legged dog Frankie, and Betty’s old horse Argus.< Less
J. Tuffy Kennedy By Duane L. Petersen
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Jewell “Tuffy” Kennedy gained a solid reputation as a fierce protector of his family and his property among the Indians in the Wyoming Territory. They knew him well as one who would... More > never back down from a fight. Over the years their respect for Jewell helped fuel the growth of a huge cattle ranch providing a rugged backdrop for the raising of his daughter and grandson in a territory where others came and failed. This is a story of one tough man’s struggles and hardships to be a successful rancher and family man in the early days of an unforgiving early western frontier.< Less
Last Days: A Novel By Robert Pollock
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Sixty-eight-year-old Stanton Beecher is an unhappy soul. For all his life, he has been the rock of his family. But as the former police detective prepares to move to an assisted care facility where... More > he will spend his remaining days, Stan knows everything is about to change—and not for the better. In recent years, Stan has become an expert at denying all the signs that something is wrong. Now, as he reluctantly enters a new chapter fueled by the ravages of Alzheimer’s, Stan vacillates between his memories and the present while his children travel down a disheartening road where they must try to do the right thing for their father. Guided by faith, intuition, and unconditional love, both children and father press on as they all attempt to find a way to preserve the one thing that matters most to Stan: his dignity. Last Days is the poignant story of one family’s struggle as they deal with the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s and learn that only love will survive this battle.< Less
Grace at Spirit Lake By Colin Mustful
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Along the wintry landscape of a pristine and hopeful frontier, tragedy struck and strife followed. Joseph Campbell is a thirty-one year old, mixed-breed interpreter who finds himself helplessly... More > intertwined in the real life actions, events, and people of a harrowing, but largely unknown struggle in the history of Minnesota. Joseph grew up along the expanding western frontier and he developed an intimacy for the people and places along with a deep seated knowledge of the varying cultures and languages. Following a massacre incited by Inkpaduta and the Wahpekute Indians in March of 1857, Joseph becomes torn between his duties as a U.S. Interpreter and his deep understanding, compassion, and kinship ties for his Dakota brethren. Joseph struggles desperately to uphold the rights of the Indians while at the same time seeking to capture and punish the guilty party. All the while, Joseph discovers a brooding conflict within himself that he longs to understand and finally overcome.< 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
The Dead Don't Like to be Forgotten: Tales of the South Brunswick Islands By Wilburn Smith
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A thunderous boom that breaks the night waking locals from their slumber, the rattle of chains heard on lonely roads that make motorists speed along home, wet footprints that follow tourists on early... More > morning walks, cries of wild animals that defy science, and mysterious lights that dance in the night’s sky. Brunswick County is famous for its miles of shorelines and an abundance of golf courses, but a deeper look reveals hauntings directly related to historical events that even the most creative minds could not have imagined. Dark legacies the booms of Brunswick County, rooms with a boo, and ladies of the manor are just a few of the haunting stories we have uncovered in our research that redefine our unique brand of southern hospitality.< Less
Carte Italiane (Series 2, Vol 8) 2012 By Graduate Students of the Department of Italian at UCLA
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Edited by Cindy Stanphill. CARTE ITALIANE is a graduate student publication of the Italian Department at the University of California, Los Angeles. Since its inception in the 1979-1980 academic year,... More > the journal has been dedicated to publishing the work of graduate students and professors in the field of Italian cultural studies.< Less
Unrelated Short Stories By Robert Rogers
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No one ever looks at you the same once Pandora's Box is opened and the true self is revealed. In life one may wish to escape the hard life they are born into but it is up to each of us to find that... More > path that will lead us to liberation. Once someone falls into the hands of death how do the living know what is in the mind of the dead or are they just on the otherside awaiting our arrival? Contemplate life and death and how the living deals with it, and should we follow the ghost and be lead into the unknown.< 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