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Sorority Pledge By Kannel
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Sneaking into the Sorority is not a good idea. Our Hero…um…I mean…Heroine learns that the hard way when he tries to sneak into the Sorority as part of a Fraternity prank. ... More > Oh...but it goes all soooo wrong once the girls get their hands on him…I mean her… If he wants to see what it’s like to be in a Sorority, well then he is going to become part of the Sorority. In fact he is going too be transformed into another very pretty, very sexy, Sorority Pledge! Sigh…might as well give in and enjoy the new life…! 18 GLORIOUSLY RICH PAGES! FULL SPECTRUM COLOR! Adult themes and subject matter.< Less
Play Ball! By Ernest Bywater
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Due to family matters a teen boy moves to the USA, where he learns to play, and like playing, baseball. He works hard and enjoys his baseball. To him it's a fun sport, but he can't resist when they... More > offering him good money to play professional baseball. However, there's one problem, few paid ball players are true professionals. He must choose between playing in a situation he doesn't like, or walking away from good money, and playing where he likes to play for the fun. 74,200 words of drama and action.< Less
My Son (A Journey) by Francis J.D. Hyland By Francis J.D. Hyland
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"My Son" is a tale of a British boy, born and raised in Ghana, and his search for the freedom he believes he has now lost as an adult. As he loses his way along the path of life, he fights... More > with the anger he feels inside towards his parents for taking him away from the utopian existance in which he was raised. As his own son grows, he begins to realize that the freedom had always been there, that he had wasted a great portion of his life in the pursuit of the treasure that he had been unable to see was right in front of him.< Less
Confessions of an American By Thomas Kudla
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"Different and the same; we are leaves without grass, trying to unite ourselves and others." So opens "Confessions of an American," a set of poetic snapshots and other profound... More > moments in the interconnected lives of three families as they struggle to find the new American Dream. A priest cannot choose between love of humanity and love of God; a doctor tries to triumph over oppression and racism to bring light into the world; a politician questions civic duty, morality, and values; a musician externalizes depression through her art- these are just some of the characters you'll encounter in the novel. "Confessions of an American" presents us with ambivalent people asking for forgiveness, hope, and freedom, which leads us to question what it is to be an American in this constantly changing world.< Less
What My Brain Told Me By Thom Kudla
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This collection of autobiographic short stories, essays, and poetic reflections is a memorable journey through the writer's most youthful of years. It is a compelling, sincere set of tales told with... More > the humor, joy, sympathy, and exuberance of a family sharing stories at the dinner table.< Less
Long Highway Dancing By W. Jude Aher
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So, going on the road was dangerous, as one mirrored freedom and fear with every extended thumb. There was a civil rights civil war going on. And yet there were so few involved. Though the Mothers... More > were just beginning to see and so new marches on Washington D.C. were being planned.< Less
Bertilak Of The High Desert By R.L. Sterup
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Bertilak of the High Desert is a largely comic modern day re-telling of the medieval Arthurian fable, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, set in the American Midwest. Gowan Suhr, son of Art Suhr, must... More > travel to the high desert badlands of Western Nebraska to find a man named Green, and in so doing resolve conflicting claims to 2000 acres of Cathar County farmland. Art's Mother pledged the land to Green, only to break her promise before dying. Outraged at the loss of the land, Green and his daughter Morgan interfere with Gowan's plans to marry Gwen, and in so doing force Art to make a new and deadly deal. Only by honoring his Father's promise and surviving Russian roulette can Gowan preserve the family land. Gowan and his friend Forrest set out to find Green, while Morgan and Gwen separately travel west to find a man named Bertilak, transporting as they do an all-white Charolais bull named Mordred.< Less
Brunch At Ruby's By DL White
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Ruby's Soul Food Cafe, a neighborhood diner, has been hot spot their whole lives, so it's only fitting that Ruby's is where three best friends meet monthly to do what girlfriends do-- eat, drink and... More > offer unsolicited advice on life and love. Debra Has it All, the perfect life that her friends envy- but she's hiding a secret that could end her career and her marriage. Maxine is a self-made woman on a constant quest for Mr. Right. When she wants someone, she lets him know, but handsome Malcolm Brooks only has eyes for Renee. Renee is in limbo, stuck between the good life she left back in Philly - lucrative job, sexy boyfriend- and the life she is living in Atlanta, caring for her father who is slowly forgetting his past and bringing family owned Gladwell Books back to life. Brunch at Ruby's is a funny and inspiring story about lifelong friends, the bond that holds them together and the test to see how far that bond will bend before it breaks.< Less
Undertow By Veronica Menne
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It is an excerpt from a novel called Murder Psychic about a seventeen year old girl helping the FBI catch a serial killer in San Fransisco with her mind reading abilities. Also there is a nonfiction... More > piece about the night my dad passes< Less
The Adventures of Jon Paul Chavalier By Nicklaus Lee
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Jon Paul Chavalier is a wandering man. While on a daily walk in Toulon, France, he meets a stranger who tells him he will have a bright future filled with adventures and a shiny object. Years later... More > it seems the stranger’s prediction has come true when Jon Paul finds a gold coin and keeps it, despite his best friend’s belief that the coin is cursed. Moments later, Jon Paul excitedly discovers the coin has the power to grant him wishes without any idea that the coin was once held by some of the world’s most powerful and evil men. As the cursed coin causes him to act strangely, Jon Paul embarks on a quest to learn more about the coin and unveil its powers. But it is not long before Jon Paul is caught in a struggle between good and evil, both in the outside world and within himself. In this compelling tale, a man who trusts in the power of a magical coin is led down a dangerous path where he attempts to fulfill a destiny written long ago.< Less
Rowdy Irishman By Jane M. Nelson
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Once a foal starts coming, it usually pops right out. But that is not the case when a big, gangly foal is ready to enter the world in 1989. After Rowdy Irishman is finally born with help from a vet,... More > he grows into a freak of nature because of his gigantic feet, plain bay color, and long ears. When his owner realizes the horse is not built for flat-track racing, he practically gives him away to farmer, Chet Goodwin. Three years later, Rowdy’s record is seventeen starts with no wins and Goodwin’s financial circumstances are dire. After Goodwin sells Rowdy for a mere fifteen hundred dollars to new owners, Rowdy and his trainers embark on an unforgettable journey that leads the horse to defeat all odds and begin a glorious ride to become a steeplechase legend known for his determination, stamina, and ability to shrug off defeat. Rowdy Irishman is the inspirational story of a steeplechase race horse who proves that passion, heart, and soul are all he needs to succeed.< Less
Robinson Crusoe By Stuart Matranga
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This work-book edition of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe is edited for young readers, yet preserves the original language and ideas of Defoe's masterpiece. More than an iconic adventure story,... More > Robinson Crusoe is at its heart about the essence of civilization, the mystery of nature, and the power of faith--in both God and man.< Less
Gulliver's Travels By Stuart Matranga
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This work-book edition of Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift is edited for young readers, yet preserves the original language and ideas of Swift's masterpiece. This allegory of the hypocrisy of... More > humanity is, at its heart, a romance of the possible, hinting at a society we might have if only we heeded our better natures.< Less
New Beginnings By Alesha Sikes
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When Maria returns to her hometown of Pine Wood, Maryland , she finds that she must choose between the friends she has known for her entire life or the friends she has made in her new life, as she... More > tries to keep a secret that could have her childhood friends fighting for their lives.< Less
Insanely Indian By Ayesha Chawla Raj
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Insanely Indian is a political romance, which captures the human need for being rooted and asserting one's identity. It is a story about love and marriage, divorce and life after it, parenthood, and... More > “Indian-ness” in contemporary times. Follow Anya’s journey as an educated, affluent Indian woman living in London, who finds that her husband is determined to express his patriotism towards India, and her son to express his religious identity in London. Being a dutiful Indian daughter, Anya remains deeply attached to her family in India, even though she has not lived there for two decades. Insanely Indian is about the connectedness of the “global Indian” to India, to one's past, and it brings to the forefront the cycle of continuous expectations faced by the global Indian from family and society in India.< Less
Vanessa By Gene Upchurch
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Gene Upchurch is a native of Durham and a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was a sportswriter and editor in Chapel Hill and Charlotte before embarking on a 28-year... More > career in public affairs, community relations and legislative advocacy for BellSouth and Progress Energy. He lives in Raleigh with Lisa Piercy and their two dogs, Shelby and Hootie.< Less
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A White Call By Serena M. Y. Rose
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The world has unexpectedly transformed into a vibrant new place where people live in peace and harmony, where conflict and chaos are but history. Abundance, affluence, beauty and brilliance are... More > normal occurrences in the world. How has this happened? At the dawn of the 21st century - the ingress of the golden era - some people undergo inner awakening through various events and experiences in London, Rome, Delhi, Tokyo and Siem Reap, but nothing radical happens for a long time despite their small steps of inspired actions. The unrest and discord in the current world intensify seemingly more than ever. The new world arises slowly but surely when hopes almost begin to fade. This becomes crystal clear to all like the crisp golden sun. People in the new world reveal how they have achieved such state, the process of which started way back in the distant past when the story began!< Less
All These Demons By Michael Alan Gill
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Miles Saffron chronicles his struggle against a mysterious group of super-villains bent on ruining his life.
Treasure Island By Stuart Matranga
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Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson has set the mark for pirate adventures ever since it was first published in 1883. But it's more than a ripping yarn, it is a story about loyalty, courage,... More > honor, the corrupting temptations of filthy lucre, and the triumph of decency with a winking nodding to the irrepressible charms of complicated characters such as Long John Silver. This edition is made for students with space for notes and instructions for independent and cooperative study.< Less
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RED EYES By Ron Wing
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In the aftermath of The Hangman saga, the town of Bay Hollow is not fully prepared for what it will next encounter - a blood-sucking vampire. When animals begin to disappear or are found dead with... More > all their blood drained from their bodies, one person in town realizes what horror has come to Bay Hollow. It is a horror she has been expecting. An innocent gesture of giving a homecoming gift turns into total terror for Skip and Scooter as they fall under the spell of an old woman who has revenge on her agenda. Suddenly the unthinkable makes itself present and bedlam is everywhere. Long thought a thing of fiction, terror becomes reality and the boys are caught in its cross hairs.< Less
Poppy's Potpourri By Philip Birmingham
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A collection of my work over the years, which includes, short stories, poems, and anecdotes I have written.
Harris Burdick 2016 By Forest Park High School
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Stories written using artwork of Harris Burdick. They were never written or found.
Odinochka: Armenian Tales from the Gulag By Suren Oganessian
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Vartan Manukyan is a 29 year old prisoner in a Soviet Gulag in Siberia, who has just been given a death sentence; three nights in solitary confinement. Odinochka delves into the mind of this single,... More > forgotten prisoner, and unveils the story of a man haunted by memories of his youth, growing up in an orphanage in the Ottoman Empire during the First World War. Caught in a siege in the city of Van, he and his friends are left with no choice but to participate in its defense. The novel follows his attempt to make sense of the world around him in the harshness of the orphanage and the turmoil of the war, and find an emotional escape through the stories he tells and the friends he makes. Odinochka is a story for those who did and did not survive, for those who are only remembered as statistics; a single number in the death toll. This book gives a unique perspective on the Armenian Genocide and Stalin’s Great Purge, intertwined with folk tales and insights into what it’s like to be a child during war.< Less