SUDDENLY A SISTER-A twin is forced by his brother and mother to become the "girl" of the house! Part 1 of 2. Illustrations by Puyal. Quote Board. In the Pink.
TV FICTION CLASSICS #50. 76... More > pages< Less
SUDDENLY A DAUGHTER-Part 2 of 2. A twin is forced by his brother and mother to become the "girl" of the house! Illustrations by Puyal. Quote Board. In the Pink by Gabi. TV FICTION... More > CLASSICS #51. 80 pages< Less
When it’s too cold to go outside … we write. When the roads are covered with ice and snow … we write. And when the sun sets at dinner time, and our evenings fill with... More > stories … we write.
North Dakota is a haven for writers. The long, cold winters seem made to order for anyone who likes to settle in for long periods of uninterrupted reading and writing. The state’s very climate encourages us to share our stories. Which is why the Lake Region Writers’ Group has compiled this book. Inside its pages, you’ll find dozens of stories, poems, essays and memoirs by a wide-ranging group of talented North Dakota writers. You’ll read about Bob Carney, a true-to-life bachelor farmer who saw visions of greatness in his frosted window panes. You’ll read about the very real blizzard of 41, which killed 78 people. And you’ll read about families — and friendships — made stronger by shared experience … All in a season of writing on the prairie.< Less
The Blue Cabin is the romantic story of a young American living in the South of France and trying to write a novel. His life is perfect but lonely until he meets an enchanting young French girl. His... More > idyllic life is shattered by the arrival of his former mistress from London. Who will he choose and where will he live?< Less
IN THE EARLY 1970S a young, inexperienced minister named Ben McLean arrives in Heavener, Oklahoma, a small town in the Kiamichi Mountains of southeast Oklahoma. While going through his own personal... More > fears and self doubts, he hears and interacts with his parishioners and their stories of pain and joy. Their stories cover child molestation, wife abuse, alcoholism, racial prejudice, and suicide. And also heroism, celebration, and humor.< Less
The Revised Edition of Black Minqua The Life and Times of Henry Green contains 184 pages. A new Chapter, Along the Great Minqua Path has been added. Black Minqua was a name coined by Europeans on... More > Contact with First with Natives in The Great Valley. The Natives traversed the Great Minqua Path from Philadelphia into the Interior of what is now Lancaster County. The book details the Green and Davis Lines who owned businesses and settled throughout what is now the Delaware Valley. The records on these lines goes back to the mid 1600's and covers succeeding Generations. Henry Green is still the catalyst for the book, as the first to, Step Out into History during the Christiana Resistance. This is a must read for Historians and Students everywhere!< Less
Who said ONLY children need to read fables to "grow up"?!! *** Unspoken - Efil: THE improbable fusion of the modern and primitive world, this soft science fiction is a fantastic fable... More > designed to adult readers - This book deliberately contains very ambiguous settings and highly symbolic characters, as it hides 3 levels of interpretation: literal, symbolic and ethereal. For more info, welcome to visit www.myspace.com/ineskim< Less
In a distant past, in Eastern Kongo, young women were cast away by their families when they became pregnant before marriage. They were brutally thrown on an island in the middle of Lake Kivu, in the... More > Great Lakes region of Afrika.
Idjwi Island welcomed them.
Some survived, some didn't. How did this all start? Does exile really make one disappear or does it make one's true self appear?
This novel is pure fiction crafted from stories heard and read here and there.
Be prepared to be transported into worlds beyond imagination.< Less
"Adventure, intrigue, faith, commitment, love and hate and everything between! Mark Tedesco has done it again, fashioning what is arguably his best work yet! He entices you on a phenomenal... More > journey into the fascinating lives of two 4th century Roman soldiers, John and Paul, in a tale of loyalty and love that grabs you by the throat from the very first sentence and holds you spellbound, gasping for air as you're swept from chapter to chapter with barely a moment to breathe. An unbelievable marriage of fact and fiction that will leave you applauding or appalled but never bored or indifferent. A must read!"
-Tony McEwing, Fox News< Less
And ‘I said to Mabel, I said’ is this Simpsons line that was a slight meme online back in 2005 and is rumored to be from Gatsby and rumored to be from Wodehouse and is from neither so I... More > love that it’s this ghostly stand-in for the depiction of casual speech in literary fiction/an internet hallucination of a hilobrow cartoon’s memory of the literary representation of casual speech. And I like the Thomas Bernhard endless-monologue style of novel and wanted to do something like that.< Less
Lucy Vaughn is a sweepstakes enthusiast who has recently moved from Virginia to Sacramento, California after winning a large sum of money. Her plan is to get a fresh start away from the problems she... More > left behind. At first, things seem to be very lucky for Lucy, who meets handsome neighbor Thorne and continues to win sweepstakes. But that all changes when supernatural forces disrupt her life.< Less
Attractive sixth form college teacher Dianna Crowley’s life is turned on its head when she is snatched by three masked young men she believes are three of her most troublesome students. ... More >
Naked, bound and hooded, she taken away to an isolate shack in the woods where she has to entertain not only her captors but their three mysterious older “friends”. She is subject to beatings, three way sex, suspensions, pony girl training, hot waxing, electric shock therapy, vegetable insertions and relentless humiliation.
Is this simple revenge for all those detentions and bad marks she had given them in the past, or do the boys have some secret motive for subjecting her to such misery and depravity?< Less
Stuck in a dead end job, Terrell had no idea he would have a chance encounter with a woman who would change both he and his brothers life for the better. Never having enough nor being enough, the... More > playing field is leveled when this “out of your league” female actually has an interest in Terrell. Though it begins as Janine being the aggressor, it ends with fate being the victor. Both brothers and everyone involved explore a depth of themselves that gives them clarity for the future. This real depiction of the inner struggle to overcome will have you turning pages swiftly wanting to know how it will all unfold. There is a thin line between love and hate, and it’s called pain.< Less
Biographical fiction. Charlotte Salomon is often remembered as the Anne Frank of the Art World. Her biographical paintings remain a remarkable witness of the Holocaust, celebrating the life of an... More > artistic genius.
"Had I not created
my whole world
I would certainly
in other people's."
--Anais Nin< Less
Exiles is a collection of 26 short stories, all featuring the common theme of 'outsiders'. Dedicated to Jeff Luke and Colin Graham. All proceeds go to the Marfan Foundation, in aid of people... More > suffering from Marfan syndrome.
Contributors: Heath Lowrance, Colin Graham, K. A. Laity, Chris Rhatigan,Steven Porter, Patti Abbott, Ryan Sayles, Gareth Spark, Pamila Payne, Paul D. Brazill, Jason Michel,Carrie Clevenger, David Malcolm, Nick Sweeney, Sonia Kilvington, Rob Brunet,James A. Newman,Tess Makovesky, Chris Leek,McDroll,Renato Bratkovič,Walter Conley, Marietta Miles, Aidan Thorn, Benjamin Sobieck, Graham Wynd, Richard Godwin.< Less
"So you're married?" asks Doctor Colin Featherstone to Thomas and Jayne Philpott, a couple whose five-year marriage has devolved to blaming and hurt feelings. "My condolences. Still,... More > congratulations on taking the first step in realizing you probably married the wrong person in the first place."
So begins "Featherstone", a dark one-act comedy comprised of one extremely volatile, unnerving and hysterical session with a psychologist who loves humanity but has grown bored of people and a couple that long since abandoned each other. Plagued by the facilities breaking down one at a time (lights, Internet, phone, etc.), "Featherstone" is a funny and engaging stripping away of the walls and reasons which separate us.
"Featherstone" runs about 65-70 minutes with roles for two women and two men (genders can be reversed).< Less
Perhaps a hidden blessing might have been planned, unknown to these horse lovers. God allows trouble to help us grow and with God, all things are possible. In this sequel,join Jim and Norm and lady... More > jock Vickie in the continuation of a fantastic fairytale of horse racing< Less
When medical examiner Paul O'Brien is called to the scene of Lillith Messinger's suspicious death, he finds her diaries and takes them without anyone knowing. As he gets to know Lillith through her... More > writing, her ghost begins to talk to him, and the secrets of her death unfold. He is not sure if her presence is real or not, and questions his own sanity along the way. Do Paul's own ghosts or does Lillith's ghost lead him to the truth about her death?< Less
Voice of the Whisperer is a collection of poems and short stories written by Gregory Dupree. This collection of poetry and short stories touches the heart and challenges the mind. A very enjoyable... More > and entertaining book, Voice of the Whisperer conveys circumstances of love, pain, and redemption.< Less
It’s a dangerous world full of dangerous people. Yet Jake Savage and his A-team are there to keep things in check. In Live Wire, the first in the Jake Savage series, Jake and Dakota square off... More > against Colombian carteleros, and Panamanian despots, whipping around the globe in a dazzling array of aircraft, ready to do battle at a moment’s notice. Set in a time when the global security situation is undergoing significant and perilous shifts, Wesinger’s novel takes the reader from the hallowed halls and top-secret boardrooms of the Pentagon to the rugged beauty of the Zimbabwean bush, narrating this riveting tale with an insider’s flair for detail and nuance. Jake’s highly specialized elite A-Team takes on missions no one else can. The story opens with a rescue operation from a Panamanian prison, but then the plot expands in deeper, darker territory, when, amidst shifting, shady alliances between the team’s rivals, it is discovered that the Ochocha cartel, has marked Jake and his colleagues for death.< Less
Paul Best is the youngest son in a third-generation Chicago family business empire. Approaching 30, depressed by a breakup, failing in his ambitions as an artist and struggling to stay sober, he... More > agrees to try working with his father and brother in the family's group of real estate and finance businesses, whose secrets lead him to even more disappointments, and a path to maturity through new roles as detective, rebel, and lover.< Less
A hybrid of surrealistic fiction and mystery, Stray Shadows is the debut novel of comic writer James Maddox that takes readers on a ride through the many layers of fantastic literature.
When a... More > rogue employee steals a top secret object from an organization known as The Shadow Factory, professional photographer Marcus Strauss is drawn into the hunt.
Join Marcus as he struggles to uncover the truth behind his involvement with this mess by exploring both the underbelly of domestic living, as well as a world beyond our world—a world that many would like to deny even exists.< Less
"We're not pickin' the fight. The government already did that. We'd just be finally fightin' back for a change." - Phillip Brown
In his first novel, CRASHED: The Death Of The Dollar,... More > William Cooper explores what our government's reaction to a U.S. currency collapse would be. But he does so quite differently from most similarly themed novels.
Crashed follows a reclusive mountain rancher on a journey through coming out of his shell, finding love and a family, and inadvertently becoming a part of the local community following a gesture of kindness. All set against the backdrop of the dollar losing it's value, and the government nationalizing all supply chains in an effort to keep order.
This is a fast-paced read that has many reviewers calling for a sequel. Words like "thought provoking, captivating," and "gripping" are found throughout, and numerous readers express concern that it seems eerily like future history.< Less