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Jun.12.2013
One Gay American: Dennis Milam Bensie One young man at an early age realized that his life was not what others wanted it to be and his feelings for women would turn out to be centered on men. Even as a child he hoped to walk down the aisle dressed as a bride and resented learning that his own...
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Jun.09.2013
Sebastian: Christoph Fischer Courage is defined as the “ the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, pain without fear. But, it can mean even more. Once that initial fear or obstacle is defined and the person overcomes that hindrance, drawback or impediment,...
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Jun.09.2013
Texas Twist: John Vorhaus Cons are often pulled on the unsuspecting as this novel opens with a mark headed to lose some big dollars. A fake lab, a phony doctor and the end result are right out of Bonnie and Clyde. Giving us a taste of what our main characters are Radar Overlander and his team of...
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Jun.09.2013
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Jun.07.2013
Road Kill: Stuart Yates Peace comes to many in different ways. Sometimes it’s from a hot cup of tea and to others like Ralph being within the confines of the Moor. Alone with his thoughts, contemplating his meager life and hating his mundane existence his journey into another world begins. Within...
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Jun.06.2013
Through the Crimson Mirror: Daniel Alexander Reflections change as we do with age. When looking into a mirror as a child we see might see innocence, fear, unhappiness, joy and a myriad of emotions that we do not understand and try to channel in many different directions. Sometimes we succeed and at...
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Jun.04.2013
In the Shadow of Elvis, Perils of a Ghostwriter by Rico Austin What would you do if you found out that your father or mother was a famous celebrity and the truth had been hidden from you for most of your life? What would you do if your father was someone that you admired, emulated and revered and...
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Jun.03.2013
Journal of Russian Businessman: -40F Dimitry Pototskiy Lives can be changed when you least expect them to be and great jobs on the surface might be a camouflage for something else. Dmitry Pototskiy is the author of this outstanding memoir, Journal of a Russian Businessman:-40 degrees F. A true...
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May.28.2013
Click: Lisa Becker Emails are fun to send and when several friends get together and share their thoughts with readers you will laugh, cry, smile and wonder just what gossip, tidbits and dating tips you will get when reading Click by author Lisa Becker. Shelley, Ashley, Mark and Renee are great...
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May.26.2013
Willowleaf Lane: RaeAnne Thayne Forgiveness, wrongly accused or just plain a victim of circumstances many people find themselves ostracized by past mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes are of no fault of their own while others will come back and haunt you. When Peyton Gregory enters Sugar Rush and...
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May.25.2013
THE MAN WHO WATCHED THE WORLD END Chris Dietzel One man’s thoughts as remains in his home secluded from the rest of the world except for his brother. Living in a healthy body but not able to express his thoughts, run, laugh, move or ever speak one man would become his caregiver and the other his...
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May.25.2013
The Tragedy of King Lewis The Sixteenth: David Lane King Lewis XVI is a uniquely present play written by author David Lane in blank verse and classic style. Defined by free dictionary.com as “Unrhymed verse having a regular meter, usually of iambic pentameter,” blank verse poems tell a story...
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May.24.2013
Raising Redemption: R.A. Russell Margaret Tillman’s life changed when someone decided to take away her dignity, use her for his own pleasure and threaten her family if she ever revealed the truth behind her rape. Not allowing herself to be downtrodden and never looking back she created a life for...
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May.22.2013
The Rocking Chair: Steven Manchester The trunk of a tree is the foundation that holds it up and prevents it from falling over. But, the forces of nature often change the position of this tree trunk and years of standing out in the cold, sun, rain, storms or snow and the heavy force of the wind...
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May.21.2013
What If? Jeffery M. Daniels Questions are how we learn the answers to many things that we might not otherwise know or understand. When children question adults, their teachers and friends their mind expands, their knowledge base grows and they become better informed. But, what if when you question...
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