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The Circle of Friends, Book II...Sarah
No awards for second best… A student at Georgia Tech, Sarah Martin is bold, intelligent, and appears destined for a career in biochemistry. But her poor self-image has been masked by behavior unbecoming to a young lady brought up in an affluent Southern family. Estranged from her father, envious of...
The Circle of Friends, Book I...Lori
Driven by Olympic dreams…   To the outside world, Lori Anders has it all. The only child of affluent parents, she is a gifted swimmer with Olympic dreams. Armed with a winning attitude and genuine spirit, Lori appears destined for success.  Yet despite her certainty in the pool, something inhibits...
Jess and Ramsey stopped a demon from bringing about the apocalypse. But a gate was opened and more demons have come to Earth—inhabiting human bodies. Now, these demon hybrids are paving the way for the arrival of the Soulbreaker, known as Lord of Bones…
Product DescriptionIn downtown Manhattan, a rising young painter is haunted by disturbing dreams...In small-town Minnesota, a teenage orphan struggles with a knowledge beyond his years-and a destiny he wants no part of...In California, young and old, hipsters and hippies, fall under the spell...
Bold Ink is a compilation of writing from girls and women ages 11 through 55. This unique collection of poems, short stories, essays, songs and scenes addresses everything from love and war to culture and current events. As a result of such diverse voices, Bold Ink provides the reader with insight...
UNTANGLED offers a fresh look into the minds of women and girls with 288 pages of honest poetry, shocking fiction and emotional nonfiction as well as inventive tips and a chapter of writing "experiments...
In this sequel to "The Plain Janes," the Janes are back. But when the Janes become entangled in matters of the heart, they discover that in art and in love, the rules don't always apply.
When transfer student Jane is forced to move from the confines of Metro City to Suburbia, she thinks her life is over. But there she finds her tribe: three other girls named Jane. The four girls form a secret art gang, but can art really save the hell that is high school?
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Captain Noon, in his last year atcollege, sleeps till noon. He dreams of being a pilot. Time and opportunitiesslip away in procrastination. The narrator, his father, recalls his ownfather’s instructions, “play for keeps,” and the head of his high school“hoe-out your row.” Get on with it. Finish...