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Novellas #9: Unsinkable Ship, Antarctica Uncovered, Enchanted Forest

by Del Prince, Dennis N.

This is the ninth book of novellas by Dennis N. Del Prince. Unsinkable Ship tells the tale of an inventor who comes to Venice during the 1800s, and offers to help protect the island from pirates. But the inventor also has another goal in mind. Antarctica Uncovered is a story of the near future, when the continent is virtually free from the ice and snow that has covered it for thousands of years. Groups assigned to explore the continent make some startling discoveries. Enchanted Forest is a whimsical narrative of what is experienced by family members who find mythical creatures in nearby woods. The interaction with those denizens brings about unexpected and challenging circumstances....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Romance
Size: 146 pages
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The Incredibly Toxic Online Reviews of Tempest Moody

by Dwayne Fry

Tempest Moody is a highly opinionated woman who is nearly impossible to please. Unfortunately for her, she lives in the town of Wetwater, Michigan, which is infamous for being the worst place on the planet for customer service. How does Tempest deal with the constant frustration of the incompetence she must endure at every turn? She fries everyone in her path in scathing online reviews. Often times she includes gossip about her friends and family as well. Follow a full year of Tempest's nastiest online reviews....

Genre: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Satire, Genre Fiction, Humor, General Humor, Satire
Size: 59 pages
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Operation Phoenix

by Andy Lock

Adolf Hitler escapes war torn Europe at the end of 1944. Colonel Max Friedel of the SS has the job of protecting him along their arduous journey. Lt Colonel Tom Hunter of the SAS is on their tail, hoping to bring Hitler to justice. A hard fought battle is waged on the ice, at the far end of the world. History isn't always how its written....

Genre: Arts & Photography, Theater, History, Historical Study, World, Literature & Fiction, Drama & Plays, Genre Fiction, War, Nonfiction, Teen & Young Adult
Size: 205 pages
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Dark Militia: The Rise to Power

by By: David Thompson

The first book in the Dark Militia series. Follow Thomas Drake's life through boyhood, bloody battles, and his rise to power....

Genre: Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Action & Adventure, War, Fantasy, War & Military
Size: 57 pages
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We Might As Well Be Underwater

by Gemma Cooper-Novack

We Might As Well Be Underwater is a collection of poetry split into two parts: Travelling and Not Travelling. Cooper-Novack lyrically discusses family, love, death, aging, and illness through travels. The collection travels through Cape Town, Sydney, Venice, Moscow, Chicago, Antarctica, London, Tokyo, Oregon, Florida, and many more places while also uniting the world through experiences. Readers will enjoy the sense of space and how certain memories or ideas are sprung from a specific environment. Throughout her travels Cooper-Novack explores many spaces, cleverly exposing emotion in places revisited and sharing memories in new environments. They will both feel foreign and familiar as she leads us to both specific and general places (places that are described and could be in any community)...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Women's Fiction, Women
Size: 111 pages
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In the Shadow of Paradise

by Jane Ellen Glasser

“In the Shadow of Paradise” by Jane Ellen Glasser opens with an epigraph by Rumi, “The wound is the place where the light enters you,” a theme resonant throughout her seventh collection. Subjects such as romantic love, aging, disappointment and death are examined through a lens of understanding that loss is both inevitable and necessary in growing a full life. In her poem “Cracks,” she reminds us, “Every scar/ is the shorthand/ of an important story,” each crack “…a door opening/ onto a larger room.” A signature of her work, Glasser views nature as a mirror for human nature. Swallowtails hovering above phlox suggest that “…pleasure/ can only be tasted in small sips.” Another source of inspiration is art. Works by Rousseau, Chagall, Picasso, Rubens are springboa...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 108 pages
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Universaliter Acceptos: Book 1

by Jeff Bertolucci

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Literary Fiction, Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction
Size: 252 pages
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Tainted Souls and Painted Faces: The Rhetoric of Fallenness in Victorian Culture (Reading Women Writing)

by Amanda Anderson

Prostitute, adulteress, unmarried woman who engages in sexual relations, victim of seduction—the Victorian "fallen woman" represents a complex array of stigmatized conditions. Amanda Anderson here reconsiders the familiar figure of the fallen woman within the context of mid-Victorian debates over the nature of selfhood, gender, and agency. In richly textured readings of works by Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Gaskell, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, among others, she argues that depictions of fallen women express profound cultural anxieties about the very possibility of self-control and traditional moral responsibility....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Antiquarian & Rare Books, Criticism & Theory, History of Books, Movements & Periods
Size: 256 pages
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X3

by C.M. Saunders

The third collection of fiction by C.M. Saunders featuring revised versions of stories taken from the pages of The Literary Hatchet, Siren's Call, Morpheus Tales, Gore Magazine, Indie Writer's Review and several anthologies. Also includes two previously unpublished stories, extensive notes, and exclusive artwork by the award-winning artist Greg Chapman. Meet the airline passenger who makes an alarming discovery, the boy who takes on an evil troll, an ageing couple facing the apocalypse, a jaded music hack on the trail of the Next Big Thing, the gambler taking one last spin, and many more. Full contents: Introduction: The Final Curtain‘Til Death do us Part Gwraig AnnwnThe Delectable HeartsThe Answer in Darkness What Happened to Huw Silverthorne What Happened NextAltitude Sickness Switchbl...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Horror, Occult, Short Stories, British
Size: 58 pages
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The Lonely Pink Motel

by J Střelou

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Love Poems
Size: 128 pages
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Sam's Boy

by Geoffrey Finch

In the turbulent household of the great 18thc writer, Samuel Johnson, a young black manservant, Frank Barber, begins a quest to solve the mystery of his parentage. Treated more like a son than a servant by his frequently irascible and sick master he begins to question who and what he is. Frank’s search takes him deep into the heart of black England where he learns what it means to be black in the late 18thc. Understanding his own past, involves understanding his master’s, a man with demons of his own to exorcise. Will Frank succeed in discovering the truth about his roots and will it be worth risking everything he holds dear?Told through fictional memoirs and diary entries Sam’s Boy vividly recreates what life was like in Johnson’s household. Set against the principal events in the...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Literary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Biographical, Historical
Size: 370 pages
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BEHIND THESE CLOSED DOORS: An Account In Poetry by Someone You Thought You Knew Anniversary Edition (BEHIND CLOSED DOORS Book 1)

by Michelle Carter-Douglass

This book is a collection of poetry by an abuse and domestic violence survivor. Let no person dictate your destination and purpose in life. All trials and tribulations that you and I endure, bring us closer to appreciating our fellow peers and every living thing. This is my first book of poetry in print and all glory is to Almighty God....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, History & Criticism, Nonfiction, Parenting & Relationships, Family Relationships, Criticism & Theory
Size: 64 pages
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No Strings Attached

by Authoress Secret

Crystal Hayes is a twenty-five-year-old single mom of three with a very bad habit. I am not talking about a drug habit or a food addiction. That would be the norm but Crystal struggles with meeting strange men at bars and clubs for sex and fun times.Crystal doesn’t seem to understand that she is putting her three children lives and her life at risk. Crystal bragged about her sexual encounters with these strange men to many people. Everyone thought she was out her damn mind. Having sex with strangers was very risky and nobody understood Crystal’s logic. Her best friend Milla keeps trying to convince Crystal that she must be smarter and wiser because she’s looking for love in all the wrong places. Milla fears for all of their lives but Crystal has a one track mind that is only focused ...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Genre Fiction, Women's Fiction, Urban, Classics, Women's
Size: 104 pages
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Dear Black Girls

by Ashley Lee

Dear Black Girls is a poem that uplifts black women, young and old, to know that they are enough in a world that constantly tells them the opposite....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Women's Fiction, Women
Size: Unknown
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All These Restless Ghosts

by Robert J. Levy

Employing a clear, unflinching eye and a wry, affirmative humor, Robert J. Levy’s “All These Restless Ghosts” unfolds in a series of discursive meditations and vignettes – written in a mix of both free and formal verse – that seek to unearth the large in the small. With a meticulous intimacy and resonant music Levy mines the quotidian events of daily life, finding in the smallest of moments the most luminous of epiphanies. In lines tinged with gentle humor, he crafts poems that are at once refreshingly conversational and profoundly meditative. He engages our affectionate attention, leading us to wonder, astonishment and awe. In this volume Levy tackles the most monumental of concerns with a humane deftness, revealing an incomparable soul and a large, large heart....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 86 pages
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Going Places

by Elaine Fowler Palencia

In GOING PLACES, Elaine Fowler Palencia’s third poetry chapbook, she continues to explore the themes of her two collections of Appalachian fiction: identity rooted in place and family, exile and return, childhood, and lost Edens. Grounded in history and the western literary tradition, these poems bring together imagery from fairy tales, the Civil War, bluegrass music, spectral visits, Abraham Lincoln, mountaintop removal, regional speech, and Greek statuary to make surprising connections. The poetry is imbued with the grace, gentle irony, humor, and social concern of her distinctive storyteller's voice....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 46 pages
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July's Thick Kingdom

by Kathleen Brewin Lewis

In prose poems and lineated poems, sonnets and free verse, Kathleen Brewin Lewis writes about the seasons—of the calendar year and of family life. JULY’S THICK KINGDOM moves the reader through snowstorms and thick pollen into summer’s bounty and the bittersweet beauty of fall, from her children’s childhood to her parents’ old age. “The words go on, a braided rope”—in her second chapbook, Lewis means to mark the passage of time....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 42 pages
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Incomplete: The Second Book of Poems by Timothious

by Timothious Smith

When you find an old notebook you never know what you will find some times. I was going through what I thought was a notebook with my first book of poems in it. Instead I found a few poems that I had left out for one reason or another. Which leads to this book and it's title. This is a group of poems that I wrote over several years about several different subjects. Mostly about relationships and love. I hope you enjoy these poems....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American
Size: 51 pages
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In Defense of Puppets

by Anthony DiMatteo

An urgent question drives this book: what is it to speak for another? Technology today often makes us feel as if we can speak for or as another. But this is an illusion. It is crucial that we remain seriously and playfully alert to the active role our imaginings have in the shaping of what we think we know of ourselves and others. Poetry is vital to raising this awareness. “Art is puppet-like,” the poet Paul Celan observed. This collection of poems, some in formal, some in free verse, explores the ironies, humor, emotions, and visions produced by such multifaceted puppetry, its pleasures and dangers, its role in both grief and joy, in experience and recollection....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American, Contemporary
Size: 99 pages
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Salt and Gold: Meditations on Exodus and St Luke

by Anne Brooke

A series of forty meditation poems based on the stories of Exodus and the Gospel of St Luke. Particular themes are light and darkness, journeying, prayer, and the inherent otherness of God. How can human beings truly respond to God's mercy and justice in an imperfect world?...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Christian
Size: 46 pages
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sense of endings: sun waiting

by charles ernest watson

Musing on final things, places, friends and lovers out phoenix desert land....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Poetry, United States, American
Size: 67 pages
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Exhort, Encourage, Edify: An Independent Baptist Devotional

by EM Kennedy

A KJV based devotional book that focuses on the Christian's walk with God. Offering exhortation, encouragement, and edification in the things of God, featuring familiar Scripture verses, poetry, as well as topical studies, and easy to understand outlines. A compilation of the most popular blog posts from the blog www.thebiblicaldevotional.blogspot.com....

Genre: Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Religious & Inspirational, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Spirituality, Teen & Young Adult, Christian
Size: 220 pages
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Quips about Christmas and Santa's Trips

by Bob D'Esposito

This book is a humorous and heartwarming series of quips about Christmas, Santa and all that goes on in the North Pole and the homes that get toys delivered for the good girls and boys!...

Genre: Children's eBooks, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Mythology & Folk Tales, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Holidays
Size: 33 pages
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Chercy

by John Berres

Chercy Hayden liked to stir the pot. When something didn’t smell right, she wanted to fix it. Tavi wasn’t eating well. Someone was shooting eagles, and her father was in limbo. She also had a new job as a cook and her first boyfriend. But when she lifted the cover, she found more than she imagined. What lay beneath the steaming bubbles? And could she still save any one of them? Well, she was from Vermont....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Short Stories, Single Authors
Size: 40 pages
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The Adventures of a Supply: A Supply Teacher's Handbook

by Catherine Habbie

The Adventures of a SupplyAfter enduring my umpteenth bottle of kiwi jam, and chilli pickles, the family was literally egging me out to practise my chosen vocation-teaching. There was a catch though, having been educated in another country, my degrees were not recognised and I was reduced to the life of a supply teacher.I am not complaining. Who does not enjoy being woken up at the crack of dawn to be told which school to find and reach in the next 30 minutes. Let alone be prepared for classes as varied as nursery to Year 6 with any topic under the Sun .It keeps me alert, my brain is ever on the girl guide mode always prepared. I believe fewer teachers suffer from dementia than any other profession. Six months ago I would have laughed at people in the face if I were told I would be able to...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Humor & Satire, Contemporary Fiction, Women's Fiction, General Humor, Humor
Size: Unknown
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Cataclysm

by Joshua Peck

Have you ever been awaken from a dream that seemed so real? Has it been so realistic, that you have trouble sleeping again? What if it were a year long dream and you were afraid to tell anyone. In this dream, hairless mutants have take over the world and slowly feed on the human population. The reader gets to follow the journal entries of different characters throughout the book. Read journal entries that could be the last known documents alive if an apocalypse wiped out mankind....

Genre: Children's eBooks, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Dark Fantasy, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Teen & Young Adult
Size: 92 pages
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Set Me Free: Duet Box Set

by Diana Nixon

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Sagas, Romance, Contemporary, New Adult & College, Romantic Comedy
Size: 425 pages
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CANDLES IN THE WIND

by AYUSHMAN SINHA

Set against the back drop of India's turbulent march to independence, this is a story of a few people who chose to keep going instead of giving up. It's a narrative of people who stood up for what they truly believed in and held up the core human value- love. A country torn between it's own sons of soil, a city blessed and cursed by God at the same time and a quintessential hill station reflecting the state of affairs of a much larger land - all these hold a highly emotional, gripping and heart warming tale of few unsullied 'Candles In The Wind'...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Historical Fiction, Romance, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Size: 259 pages
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Take Me to the Pink Yacht III (Book 3): The Bogus Witches of Catania

by Aurora Diamond

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult, Coming of Age
Size: 287 pages
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Tales from The Wasatch and Beyond: Tales from the Wasatch Mountains. its people, its towns, and the ghosts who haunt them (Tales from... Book 3)

by Drienie Hattingh

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Genre: Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Anthologies, Anthologies & Literature Collections
Size: 201 pages
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