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Between the Knife and the Sock

Between the Knife and the Sock

by Sandhu, Inder

“Here is the thing about people we love - they either scar us for life or save us from impending doom.”   Inder lives in a picturesque town in India, far from the dismal conditions of those less fortunate. However, nowhere is he completely safe from the crime and violence that clings to his country’s underbelly. He soon finds himself on the receiving end of a brutal attack in the...

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David Margrave

David Margrave

by Margrave, David

The entirety of our monetary system has been proven to be flawed by a small-town South Pasadena, California plumber. How flawed? He paid not only his bills and the IRS, legally, in gold and silver coins, he never utilized standard notes, checks or credit cards for over 30 years.

David never set out to "beat the system...

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Devlin's Door

Devlin's Door

by Kibbee, K.

When thirteen-year-old Anne is sent to spend the summer with her dreadful relatives in a small Washington state town, she is left with little hope that anything intriguing will happen to her. However, when she learns of an abandoned town full of old Victorian homes hidden in the woods nearby, she embraces the lore and becomes bolstered by the idea that an adventure might await...

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Devlin's Door

Devlin's Door

by Kibbee, K.

When thirteen-year-old Anne is sent to spend the summer with her dreadful relatives in a small Washington state town, she is left with little hope that anything intriguing will happen to her. However, when she learns of an abandoned town full of old Victorian homes hidden in the woods nearby, she embraces the lore and becomes bolstered by the idea that an adventure might await...

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Discovering Sanity

Discovering Sanity

by Janson, Emma

Jack and Jill Reed never dreamed of running a mental health facility. Far from it. They were nerdy hippies who were better suited to be flower growers. But as life happened and dreams changed, and by way of unforeseen circumstances, they found themselves at the helm of one of the most unique mental health facilities in the country...

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Get Organized. Get Focused. Get Moving.

Get Organized. Get Focused. Get Moving.

by Kyriazis, Cynthia

Disorganization leads to missed deadlines and opportunities….       Missed deadlines and opportunities lead to decline in performance… Declined performance oftentimes leads to financial losses and increased stress…...

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How to Prepare for Old Age

How to Prepare for Old Age

by Otis, Bernard

In this touching, often humorous and very personal account, Bernie shares his 86 years of life, love, loss and laughter as an inspirational guide to what it means to age without growing old...

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Lang's Labyrinth

Lang's Labyrinth

by Kibbee, K.

Since unravelling the century-old secret behind an eerie ghost town in rural Washington State, life has been anything but ordinary for 13-year-old Anne. Now, she and her companion Grace, find themselves tangled between two worlds—that of the Fae creatures, whose bloodlust for human hosts has led them to empty entire cities of their children, and the familiar world they've always known...

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Mother's Child

Mother's Child

by Conant, Michael

Mother's Child is a celebration of motherhood, and a salute to the resolution, passion, and determination of the love mothers have for their children. Told in the voice of June, the story's protgonist, Mother's Child is a "slice of life" as it unfolds during a short period in a lifetime; strung together by one intensely charged event after another...

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Never Foul A Jump Shooter

Never Foul A Jump Shooter

by Yost, Daniel

NEVER FOUL A JUMP SHOOTER, A Guide To Basketball Lingo, Lessons and Laughs, began as the author having fun with a few quirky basketball expressions, such as "penetrate and dish" and "a foul waiting to happen." But then it just kept growing into a humorous look at wonderfully colorful basketball expressions.   But this is not a dictionary.  Or a story with beginning, middle and end...

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Never Odd or Even

Never Odd or Even

by Townsend, John

"I’m at that special age: 12. It is one of my favourite numbers in the whole universe. In fact, it’s my perfect number. 12 isn’t just the sum of 10 (the base of our whole amazing number system) and 2 (the only even prime number in the cosmos) but it’s the first number with 1, 2, 3 and 4 as
factors. I reckon that’s so cool."
Eliot thinks outside the box. He can’t help it...

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NewsReal

NewsReal

by Ortman, Tim

In today’s thousand-channel, blog-heavy news environment, it’s tough to envision a time when everyone was, more or less, on the same page; when news coverage was less contentious and delivered in a straightforward fashion. NEWSREAL is a view through the lens to when such a time did truly exist...

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The Raven Queen

The Raven Queen

by Kibbee, K.

A summer spent untangling a century-old mass disappearance, communing with ghosts, fleeing dark Fae Folk, and enduring her nefarious cousin Lexie would seem like tribulation enough for 13-year-old Anne, and yet her struggles have only just begun. Though she’s closed Devlin’s Door behind her, it would seem that something sinister has followed Anne from the other side...

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Taimak, The Last Dragon

Taimak, The Last Dragon

by Guarriello, Taimak

The Last Dragon is a legendary cult classic from the 1980s, filled with action, humor, and an iconic soundtrack. But when the movie ends, the true story of its unforgettable hero begins...   Taimak was only 19 years old when he starred in The Last Dragon. He was already a champion martial artist, a bouncer at New York City's famous clubs, and a budding ladies' man...

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The Unpredictability of Being Human

The Unpredictability of Being Human

by Ingemundsen, Linni

"If I got to be God for one day, I'd like to say I'd end world hunger and create world peace. But I wouldn't. Because if God could fix the big stuff, he'd have done it already." Malin knows she can't fix the big stuff in her life. Instead, she watches from the sidelines, as her dad yells, her brother lies, and her mum falls apart...

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Whole in the Clouds

Whole in the Clouds

by Kibbee, K.

Cora Catlin is a misfit at best, and an outcast at worst. She feels out of place, as if everything is backward and something is missing from her life.  Her well-meaning mother triess to force her unstylish physique into new school clothes while the school bullies look on and laugh. She is picked on at school and dreads the start of a new year...

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Similar Titles

  • David Margrave
  • Devlin's Door
  • Devlin's Door
  • Discovering Sanity
  • Get Organized. Get Focused. Get Moving.
  • How to Prepare for Old Age
  • Lang's Labyrinth
  • Mother's Child
  • Never Foul A Jump Shooter
  • Never Odd or Even
  • NewsReal
  • The Raven Queen
  • Taimak, The Last Dragon
  • The Unpredictability of Being Human
  • Whole in the Clouds
  • Between the Knife and the Sock
 

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