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By ashley banos
Dirty Secrets? What would you say is a clean secret? And can you keep a secret? Stephanie’s secret was not an ordinary secret and it’s definitely not one that you want to tell anyone else about. Stephanie tried keeping her secret to herself but it seemed that her closet was too full with skeletons and they began to all fall out. As Stephanie says, “A secret is only safe if you are the only one who knows what it is.” Some secrets are better left kept as a secret; this is what Stephanie has learned a lot about. Before her big move to her new apartment she lived miles away in a small town where everyone knew everyone’s business. If you walked out of your house to go down the street, the whole town knew exactly where you were. But Stephanie had a lot of secrets and no one would have ever known that she had been hiding them. Stephanie was exhausted from the move and all of the unpacking made her extremely tired. There were so many things that still had to be done. She looked around and saw boxes that still needed to be put away. She spotted a small red box. She reached down and picked it up. With so many boxes she packed, she couldn’t remember exactly what was in that particular box. She ripped the tape off of the box and opened it. Tears started to fall from her eyes. Sometimes there are too many skeletons in one closet and they all start falling out. A secret is only safe if you are the only one who knows what it is.
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By ashley banos
Dirty Secrets? What would you say is a clean secret? And can you keep a secret? Stephanie’s secret was not an ordinary secret and it’s definitely not one that you want to tell anyone else about. Stephanie tried keeping her secret to herself but it seemed that her closet was too full with skeletons and they began to all fall out. As Stephanie says, “A secret is only safe if you are the only one who knows what it is.” Some secrets are better left kept as a secret; this is what Stephanie has learned a lot about. Before her big move to her new apartment she lived miles away in a small town where everyone knew everyone’s business. If you walked out of your house to go down the street, the whole town knew exactly where you were. But Stephanie had a lot of secrets and no one would have ever known that she had been hiding them. Stephanie was exhausted from the move and all of the unpacking made her extremely tired. There were so many things that still had to be done. She looked around and saw boxes that still needed to be put away. She spotted a small red box. She reached down and picked it up. With so many boxes she packed, she couldn’t remember exactly what was in that particular box. She ripped the tape off of the box and opened it. Tears started to fall from her eyes. Sometimes there are too many skeletons in one closet and they all start falling out. A secret is only safe if you are the only one who knows what it is.
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By C.L. Moses
The only way I can think of to tell you, the reader, what this book is about would be to tell you about why it is. So here we go. As a Texan, I grew up surrounded by world-class storytellers. Whenever we camped out as a family, or just some of the men folk hunkered around a campfire after the hunt was over, there would always be a story to be told. Add to that the family gatherings when a barbecue pit always filled the air with warm smoke and the lifelong remembrances of a dozen or so chickens halved, slathered in my family’s secret sauce, and you had the perfect setting for a story to be told. Some asked for, while others usually started with something along the lines of “Y’all ain’t gonna believe this, but . . .” and out of all of the stories I heard as a young boy, all the way up well into adulthood, one fact stood out above all others. It was the passion—the look in the storyteller’s eyes and the way they would lean in on those listening, be it around a campfire or at the counter of some random truck stop, they all seemed to have the same ambition: the telling of the tale. This book is about me trying my best to keep your attention the way my forefathers kept mine for all the years—those past and those yet to come. This book is a work of fiction. Any resemblance of characters to persons living or dead is purely coincidental.
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By William Flewelling
In an endeavor to find a fresh way into the scriptural text upon which I would be preaching, I began to develop an imaginary world, populated primarily by wee folk. I found that the characters I developed and the way that they evolved in my mind and on the page served me well as a consideration of how I sensed things happening in the scriptural text at hand. I want to make these stories and the world they represent newly accessible, and so I bring them to book form.
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By C.L. Moses
The only way I can think of to tell you, the reader, what this book is about would be to tell you about why it is. So here we go. As a Texan, I grew up surrounded by world-class storytellers. Whenever we camped out as a family, or just some of the men folk hunkered around a campfire after the hunt was over, there would always be a story to be told. Add to that the family gatherings when a barbecue pit always filled the air with warm smoke and the lifelong remembrances of a dozen or so chickens halved, slathered in my family’s secret sauce, and you had the perfect setting for a story to be told. Some asked for, while others usually started with something along the lines of “Y’all ain’t gonna believe this, but . . .” and out of all of the stories I heard as a young boy, all the way up well into adulthood, one fact stood out above all others. It was the passion—the look in the storyteller’s eyes and the way they would lean in on those listening, be it around a campfire or at the counter of some random truck stop, they all seemed to have the same ambition: the telling of the tale. This book is about me trying my best to keep your attention the way my forefathers kept mine for all the years—those past and those yet to come. This book is a work of fiction. Any resemblance of characters to persons living or dead is purely coincidental.
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By William Flewelling
In an endeavor to find a fresh way into the scriptural text upon which I would be preaching, I began to develop an imaginary world, populated primarily by wee folk. I found that the characters I developed and the way that they evolved in my mind and on the page served me well as a consideration of how I sensed things happening in the scriptural text at hand. I want to make these stories and the world they represent newly accessible, and so I bring them to book form.
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By Elizabeth Olsson
Everyone needs a best friend in life—someone to play with, tell secrets to, and enjoy good times with. Join Drew as his wish comes true, and he finds not one best friend, but two.
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By Alexander Reed
This is a collection of short stories, each dealing with customs and cultures of a different country. The unusual plots bring out bits of interesting history that have been largely forgotten or distorted with time. Finally, philosophical issues related to the tales are thrown in to make for interesting reading.
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By Elizabeth Olsson
Everyone needs a best friend in life—someone to play with, tell secrets to, and enjoy good times with. Join Drew as his wish comes true, and he finds not one best friend, but two.
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By Elizabeth Olsson
Everyone needs a best friend in life—someone to play with, tell secrets to, and enjoy good times with. Join Drew as his wish comes true, and he finds not one best friend, but two.
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By Alexander Reed
This is a collection of short stories, each dealing with customs and cultures of a different country. The unusual plots bring out bits of interesting history that have been largely forgotten or distorted with time. Finally, philosophical issues related to the tales are thrown in to make for interesting reading.
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By Albert Dawson
The exploration and settling of the Western frontier, the inflammatory but inspiring events of the Civil War, and the tragedy, drama, and victorious effort exemplified in World War II are the three focal points of this anthology. Several stories are loosely based on actual happenings: Home So Far Away, Amerikaner, and Lost. Each story in varying ways focuses on and portrays the resiliency of the human spirit when individuals are confronted with life-threatening situations. It is our hope as readers that we can discover within ourselves traits that would inspire us to act heroically if thrust into similar circumstances. This focus is found in all stories but predominantly in the “cornerstone” title Out of the Darkness, a two-part WWII narrative whose main character, Niko, sets an example for us all. The reader should know that every main protagonist in each story is based on real human beings that the author has interviewed and come to know as friends and subsequently deduced that these persons could in all likelihood do what their fictional characters achieved.
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By Albert Dawson
The exploration and settling of the Western frontier, the inflammatory but inspiring events of the Civil War, and the tragedy, drama, and victorious effort exemplified in World War II are the three focal points of this anthology. Several stories are loosely based on actual happenings: Home So Far Away, Amerikaner, and Lost. Each story in varying ways focuses on and portrays the resiliency of the human spirit when individuals are confronted with life-threatening situations. It is our hope as readers that we can discover within ourselves traits that would inspire us to act heroically if thrust into similar circumstances. This focus is found in all stories but predominantly in the “cornerstone” title Out of the Darkness, a two-part WWII narrative whose main character, Niko, sets an example for us all. The reader should know that every main protagonist in each story is based on real human beings that the author has interviewed and come to know as friends and subsequently deduced that these persons could in all likelihood do what their fictional characters achieved.
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By Dr. Sherri Dawkins
This book is about a Nana trying to find her grandson in various places, but he ends up being right where she wants him.
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By William B. Franklin
A short story of manipulation and subterfuge with greed being the driving force. Charles, a philanthropist in a way, wins a great deal on the lotto. After looking after his charities and other special interests, he decides to do some travelling to places he always wanted to see. However, on his travels, there is one important ingredient missing, and that is to have someone to share it with. Enter Jade, a strikingly beautiful young woman who shares Charles’s interest in travel, and within a short time, they get married. He buys her all she wants, and still she wants more. His life becomes very unhappy with Jade, compounded by a pain in his side, which, after a visit to his doctor, is diagnosed as cancer. Devastated, he finds the nearest park to sit in and pour out his grief. As he is about to put his head into his hands, his attention is diverted to a young woman, not beautiful in the sense as Jade but beautiful in her own right, propelling herself in a wheelchair with a lovely smile on her face greeting all and sundry. He forgets his troubles and is determined to find out who she is. On finally meeting her, he finds out she is a violinist whose ambition in life is to form her own group. He now knows he has a purpose in life, and so the tail unfolds. And Jade? Well, there is a twist in the tale for her.
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