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The Best Punctuation Book, Period
This all-in-one reference is a quick and easy way for book, magazine, online, academic, and business writers to look up sticky punctuation questions for all...
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        Dramatic and intimate, the poems in Does She Have a Name? trace the journeys of two women— one middle aged, the other her infant...
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When the mother of their beloved little boy shows up on their doorstep, two doting dads are faced with a test: How far can you go--and who can you hurt--to save...
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Dreamer
Jennie Height's dreaming is so akin to her waking reality that she makes no effort to distinguish between the two. Her life is often stranger than her dreams in any...
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Imprint
Welcome to the post apocalyptic world of Wyatt Weston, where most of the population lives within a single sprawling city in a perpetual state of psychosis, poverty...
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Venture Capital Myths
There are various misconceptions about Venture Capital financing. The public knows so very little other than advising the entrepreneur that "you should get...
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The Vast Landscape is a journey, a pilgrimage, a walk filled with doubt, mistrust, fame, self-discovery and a life lived, big and bold. The carnival ride comes full...
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A NATIONAL BESTSELLER! "One of the most beautiful love stories I have ever read." ~Jelena's Book Blog "Beautifully written and sure to leave a lasting footprint on...
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From the national bestselling author who brought you Butterfly Weeds comes another small-town romance you will not soon forget. "This is certainly one of my...
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Cinnamon and Gunpowder
A gripping adventure, a seaborne romance, and a twist on the tale of Scheherazade—with the best food ever served aboard a pirate’s ship. The year is 1819, and the...
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Divorce in the twenty-first century should come with an instruction manual, a release valve, and a support system. This book will serve as all three, in the form of...
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“The first time Sarmiento saw the woman who would become his wife he thought she was a nun.”  These words open Michael Nava’s first novel 15 years.  The...
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A Tale of Three Cities
Nineteen sixty-two—it’s been called “the end of innocence,” as America witnessed the Cuban Missile Crisis and the following year saw the Kennedy assassination and...
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Town Smokes
"What Beattie did for urbanites, Cheever and Updike for suburbanites, a younger generationOmstead, Abbott, Cullen, and now Benedictis doing for the rural...
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My Postwar Life
My Postwar Life New Writings from Japan and Okinawa   This selection of new work by some of Japan’s most eminent observers and artists offers a richly nuanced...
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How to Write: Advice and Reflections
Uniquely fusing practical advice on writing with his own insights into the craft, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Rhodes constructs beautiful prose about the...
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Chili-Chili-Chin-Chin
Best friends come in many shapes and sizes, and all it takes to make a friend is caring, sharing, and love. Just ask Chili-Chili-Chin-Chin, a mischievous little...
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Palabras de mediodía / Noon Words
Palabras de mediodia/Noon Words is Lucha Corpi's pioneering collection of poems that established her as a major figure in Mexican American literature. Written in...
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Using some of the world's greatest writings-the Torah and other Jewish sacred texts-to achieve incredible business results! Sacred Jewish texts such as the Torah...
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Red Is Best
The toddler in Kathy Stinson's Red Is Best has a problem. As she explains on the opening page, "My mom doesn't understand about red." Red is Kelly's...
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