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I Feel More Like I Do Now Than I Did Yesterday By Brad Terry
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Brad Terry's best-remembered life stories are woven through with several themes. Terry's discovery late in life that he had suffered from ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) since before it had a name,... More > is what began the quest that became this book. The creativity with which he has met the challenges life presented to him makes it a lively read. Sixty years of making music provides the unifying thread of Terry's story, one that has touched so many people, including many greats of jazz history, some more obscure than others. The music emerges as a guide from the very beginning, a consistent presence holding the rest of the story together, much as it has the man. These themes together tell a story about the resilience of Terry's adventuresome spirit, blessed with music running in his veins.< Less
Terry's Sharing Adventure By Brad Hughes
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Terry the T-rex is having trouble with sharing his toys with anyone, but his teacher helps him see that sharing is good.
Three Mormon Missions: A Novel By Terry Cook
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Three Mormon Missions is a fictional and heartwarming story of three Mormon missionaries-Bradly Cooper, Justin Miller, and Neil Young. Feel and experience their vivid emotions, personal struggles,... More > and triumphs, as they prepare to leave their loved ones and serve the Lord by serving a Mormon mission. These three Mormon missionaries come from entirely different backgrounds. Mormon missionaries for the most part look alike; white shirt, scuffed shoes, dark tie, and a black missionary tag. After reading Three Mormon Missions, you will know that each of these well-mannered young men has a unique and beautiful personal story.< Less
Three Mormon Missions: A Novel By Terry Cook
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Three Mormon Missions is a fictional and heartwarming story of three Mormon missionaries-Bradly Cooper, Justin Miller, and Neil Young. Feel and experience their vivid emotions, personal struggles,... More > and triumphs, as they prepare to leave their loved ones and serve the Lord by serving a Mormon mission. These three Mormon missionaries come from entirely different backgrounds. Mormon missionaries for the most part look alike; white shirt, scuffed shoes, dark tie, and a black missionary tag. After reading Three Mormon Missions, you will know that each of these well-mannered young men has a unique and beautiful personal story.< Less
The Innisfree Poetry Journal (September, 2011) By Greg McBride (editor)
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GREG MCBRIDE, editor. Closer Look: Jean Nordhaus. Peggy Aylsworth, Bruce Bennett, Brad Bisio, Judith Bowles, Terri Brown-Davidson, Wendy Taylor Carlisle, Gayle Reed Carroll, Grace Cavalieri, Will... More > Cordeiro, Barbara Crooker, Philip Dacey, Dante DiStefano, Margot Farrington, Roger Fogelman, Taylor Graham, Will Greenway, Maryanne Hannan on Diane Lockward, Audrey Henderson, Laura Eleanor Holloway, Siham Karami, Peter Kline, Judy Kronenfeld, Michael Lauchlan, Lyn Lifshin, Laura Manuelidis, Judith McCombs, Nancy Fitz-Hugh Meneely, Joe Mills, Yvette Neisser Moreno, David D. Nolta, Andrew H. Oerke, Dean Olson, Laura Orem on Linda Pastan, Laura Orem on Terence Winch, Scott Owens, William Page, Beth Paulson, R.D. Parker, Eleanor Paynter, Joanna Pearson, Simon Perchik, Oliver Rice, W.M. Rivera, Michael Salcman, Mike Smetzer, Matthew Buckley Smith, Stephen Spencer, Rob Spiegel, Jack Stewart, Mark Thalman, Kathi Wolfe, Patrick Woodcock, Katherine E. Young< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Winter 2016 Issue 20 By Midwestern Gothic
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Issue 20 features fiction from K Brattin, Drew Coles, R.M. Cooper, RS Deeren, Marnie Bullock Dresser, Brad Felver, Erin Fortenberry, Jeannette Hinkle, Joseph Johnston, Kevin McIntosh, Hadley Moore,... More > Caitlin Palmer, Mike Salisbury, Timothy Scott, and Chloe Seim. Poetry from Kenzie Allen, Erin Bealmear, Brian Beatty, Bethany Bowman, Chloe N. Clark, Brian Clifton, Katie Hartsock, Lisa Higgs, Adam Hughes, Mark Madigan, Sandra Marchetti, Jay Newman, Terry Savoie, Marc J. Sheehan, Z.G. Tomaszewski, and Jessica L. Walsh. Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in writing inspired by the Midwest.< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Winter 2016 Issue 20 By Midwestern Gothic
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Issue 20 features fiction from K Brattin, Drew Coles, R.M. Cooper, RS Deeren, Marnie Bullock Dresser, Brad Felver, Erin Fortenberry, Jeannette Hinkle, Joseph Johnston, Kevin McIntosh, Hadley Moore,... More > Caitlin Palmer, Mike Salisbury, Timothy Scott, and Chloe Seim. Poetry from Kenzie Allen, Erin Bealmear, Brian Beatty, Bethany Bowman, Chloe N. Clark, Brian Clifton, Katie Hartsock, Lisa Higgs, Adam Hughes, Mark Madigan, Sandra Marchetti, Jay Newman, Terry Savoie, Marc J. Sheehan, Z.G. Tomaszewski, and Jessica L. Walsh. Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in writing inspired by the Midwest.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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