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Big Book of Random Crap (Book Five). By Sam Backhouse
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Big Book of Random Crap Book 5... starring… *L’IL SHRIMP - Nobody Knows What He Is *LONGFACE - The Boy With The Stretchy Body *EVIL OLIVE - The Little Girl From Hell *GOBBY - The Boy... More > Who Never Stops Talking *ERIC ROSE - He’s Got a Big Nose *RUDE DOG - He’s a Son of a Bitch *MISTER MAD - He’s Bloody Bonkers *PETER THE PISSED OFF PARENT - He Hates Kids *PISSED OFF SNOWMAN - He’s Not a Happy Guy Made of Snow *SUPERMARKETMAN - The Superhero who fights Supermarket Crime *THE ALIEN - A Vwargian from the Planet Vwarg *THE IDIOT BOX - Cartoon poking fun at television *PROFESSOR AMAZING - Incredible inventor who can make almost anything Also in this book… DOODLE PAGES, SHORT STORIES, POEMS, CRAP PUZZLES, WHERE’S WALLY PARODIES and much more…< Less
Scream of Consciousness By Felix Winslow
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Scream of Consciousness is a collection of puzzles, poems, short stories and rants all of which share one common thread – they were written impromptu, in single focused moments of creative... More > clarity. The idea behind Scream is a new writing style that I call transentia, which is similar in nature to the Japanese philosophy Wabi Sabi: nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect. It’s about finding the beauty of frozen moments in time and the flaw of those moments. It’s a bold and selfless idea to offer your creativity on display with painfully obvious flaws amidst the work. It’s intuitive for most artists to strive for perfection when trying to convey their vision so the writer corrects his story through several drafts and extensive editing. But to be truly selfless requires one to shed the ego and forge fearlessly ahead with the knowledge that most likely, you will stumble when the deluge of creativity streams from your mind and forces you to produce something new.< Less
EUPHORIA : The Sweetest Convulsions Of A Fallen Star By Loser Johnson
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Take a trip into Euphoria: The Sweetest Convulsions of a Fallen Star and experience an uncanny excursion of creative tales and vivid imagery. Collected by Michael “Loser” Johnson, these... More > pages hold the remains of a soul who inscribed his art and expressions to humanity. Joey D. Smith, a talented poet, lyricist, guitarist, artist, storyteller, and crafter, died November 6, 1997 from injuries of an automobile accident. However, within this book and his various other creations, he lives on. He was a truly gifted wordsmith who could write with any topic and was unafraid to push the boundaries. These tales reflect his views on society as well as his analytical evaluation of himself. Many of the songs were written for the band SUK*KOM and have been recorded on home demos. So enter Euphoria and feel the painful joy that Joey held in his songs, poems, and short stories.< Less
Scream of Consciousness By Felix Winslow
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Scream of Consciousness is a collection of puzzles, poems, short stories and rants all of which share one common thread – they were written impromptu, in single focused moments of creative... More > clarity. The idea behind Scream is a new writing style that I call transentia, which is similar in nature to the Japanese philosophy Wabi Sabi: nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect. It’s about finding the beauty of frozen moments in time and the flaw of those moments. It’s a bold and selfless idea to offer your creativity on display with painfully obvious flaws amidst the work. It’s intuitive for most artists to strive for perfection when trying to convey their vision so the writer corrects his story through several drafts and extensive editing. But to be truly selfless requires one to shed the ego and forge fearlessly ahead with the knowledge that most likely, you will stumble when the deluge of creativity streams from your mind and forces you to produce something new.< Less
EUPHORIA : The Sweetest Convulsions Of A Fallen Star By Loser Johnson
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Take a trip into Euphoria: The Sweetest Convulsions of a Fallen Star and experience an uncanny excursion of creative tales and vivid imagery. Collected by Michael “Loser” Johnson, these... More > pages hold the remains of a soul who inscribed his art and expressions to humanity. Joey D. Smith, a talented poet, lyricist, guitarist, artist, storyteller, and crafter, died November 6, 1997 from injuries of an automobile accident. However, within this book and his various other creations, he lives on. He was a truly gifted wordsmith who could write with any topic and was unafraid to push the boundaries. These tales reflect his views on society as well as his analytical evaluation of himself. Many of the songs were written for the band SUK*KOM and have been recorded on home demos. So enter Euphoria and feel the painful joy that Joey held in his songs, poems, and short stories.< Less
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The Autograph Memories of Mary Yakel By Joseph Yakel
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A 'must-have' for history buffs who seek out obscure reference materials, or those who simply enjoy family history. "The Autograph Memories of Mary Yakel" is a wonderful book containing... More > personal poems and comments from Yakel family members and friends. Originally penned in Albany, NY, primarily in the 1896-1897 time period, the book contains the names of many local families. J. Peter Yakel, third generation Albany native, presents this unique family work with a simple elegance. To begin, the book offers a short summary on the life of Mary Yakel and her family. Then, below each original page entry, the author has added comments and details about each person or family mentioned in the book, if known. Over 30 surnames fully indexed. The cover art and background images come from the original book, and provide warmth as well as symmetry from page to page. A keepsake to be sure.< Less
The Autograph Memories of Mary Yakel By Joseph Yakel
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A 'must-have' for history buffs who seek out obscure reference materials, or those who simply enjoy family history. "The Autograph Memories of Mary Yakel" is a wonderful book containing... More > personal poems and comments from Yakel family members and friends. Originally penned in Albany, NY, primarily in the 1896-1897 time period, the book contains the names of many local families. J. Peter Yakel, third generation Albany native, presents this unique family work with a simple elegance. To begin, the book offers a short summary on the life of Mary Yakel and her family. Then, below each original page entry, the author has added comments and details about each person or family mentioned in the book, if known. Over 30 surnames fully indexed. The cover art and background images come from the original book, and provide warmth as well as symmetry from page to page. A keepsake to be sure.< Less
Summer Cruising in the South Seas By Charles Warren Stoddard
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Summer Cruising in the South Seas is a novel by Charles Warren Stoddard. He was an American author and editor. Charles Warren Stoddard was born in Rochester, New York on August 7, 1843. He was... More > descended in a direct line from Anthony Stoddard of England, who settled at Boston, Massachusetts, in 1639. While he was still a child his parents moved to New York City, where they lived until 1855, when they migrated to San Francisco, California. In 1857 he returned alone to New York, lived with his grandparents for two years, and then rejoined his family in San Francisco. In a short time he began writing verses, which he sent anonymously to a local newspaper. They met with great success and were later published with the modest title Poems by Charles Warren Stoddard. Poor health compelled him to give up his plans for a college education. He tried the stage, but soon realized that such a life was not his calling.< Less
Pictures of the Invisible By Terence Kuch
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This book is a sampling of my publications in several forms and genres. I hope these selections will move the reader to read my novels and story collections available through Amazon,... More > (www.amazon.com/author/terencekuch) Barnes & Noble, etc., or on the publishers’ own sales websites. In addition to novel, short story, poem, and dramatic excerpts, Pictures of the Invisible includes a number of microfictions first posted on my popular “Memorable Fancies” website, www. terencekuch.com, also at Memorable Fancies on Facebook. If there is one overriding theme in these pieces, it is strangeness, whatever the genre: the feeling that something is not quite the way we thought it was, and that the longer we live and the more we learn, the more strange our reality seems. This has always been true of both particle physics and the human mind. It is true, as well, of everything else.< Less

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Inside Secrets Inside Secrets By Joseph Stumpf
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