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Fiction - Short Stories (single author)
 
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By Zahra Al-Mahdi

The two protagonists in the two stories (whom in the end are revealed to be the same person. The little boy's story being the prequel following the protagonist in the first story) both experience severe lack of communication with society. In their attempts to overcome these obstacles, usually bureaucratic in nature, they face traumatic results. The protagonist in the first story (older) mistakingly receives a voodoo document issued officially through the government. The story follows his failed attempt to clarify said mistake to the officials responsible for processing such documents.

The second story (prequel) is about a boy whom is incapable of using language in the common manner. His misunderstanding of the world around him is diagnosed as a physical malady. The form of the illustrations are meant to compliment the content of the narrative.


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By Nelson Alvarez De La Campa

The poems in this anthology of poetry are heartfelt, dealing with matters of love, loss, grief, and other common universal emotions. Also included is a romantic-horror short story unlike any you've read before.


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By S Kincaid
Man the F**k Up is a bedtime story for those in the real world today, where a white knight of strength and power protecting and honoring his fair lady is indeed left for the fairy tales. Women these days are certainly not the helpless damsels in distress of late, but when did superheroes get replaced by impetuous frat boys? Before any guy or gal starts to count sheep for the night, Man the F**k Up is sure to provide a laugh or two on how times have’a changed. Sweet dreams!
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By Tony J. Ward Jr

In part II, Antoine is caught in the center of a gang war brewing in and around the school. Getting use to being the center of attention Antoine sets his sights on a more ambitious plan - to be the number 1 in charge. Although getting to the top is never easy Antoine finds himself struggling to navigate through his new "family", and who he can and can't trust. All the while still struggling to cope with life, Antoine's lifestyle raises some questions on if his worst enemy is the one that lies within?


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By S Kincaid
Man the F**k Up is a bedtime story for those in the real world today, where a white knight of strength and power protecting and honoring his fair lady is indeed left for the fairy tales. Women these days are certainly not the helpless damsels in distress of late, but when did superheroes get replaced by impetuous frat boys? Before any guy or gal starts to count sheep for the night, Man the F**k Up is sure to provide a laugh or two on how times have’a changed. Sweet dreams!
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By John Omar Larnell Adams
The book Chain and Other Stories contains nine stories. The first story, Chain, is about two federal agents who go undercover in Anchorage, Alaska, with two NYC detectives to investigate whether or not an oil mogul is using kidnapped kids to make weapons sold throughout the United States if so stop him. The next story, Gradill, is about an FBI agent who is investigating a case in Chicago where a bioterrorist is using SARS and Anthrax to poison or sicken CEO’s of biochemical companies and local politicians who are giving them leeway to get funding and do research. The last of the first stories is Shatter Blue Magic—a story dealing with a young man who is an assassin who leaves a person alive he was supposed to kill, now he is only having to kill the person before he kills him and the lady he loves. The second batch of stories starts with Shatter Blue Magic 2, which is about the assassin from the first story having to kill his younger brother and sister-in-law, who have both been assigned to kill him, his wife, son, and employers. Web is the sequel to Chain where the two federal agents from the first story go undercover in Phoenix, Arizona, with two Phoenix detectives to investigate and stop two nightclub owners in Phoenix from kidnapping teenage girls and selling them to the adult entertainment industry to work as adult film stars. Gradill 2 is where the FBI agent from the first story is going undercover in Chicago to investigate a local domestic terrorist group and stop them from wrecking havoc in Chicago. The third batch of stories is Gradill 3 where the FBI agent from the two previous stories goes undercover with her sister to investigate a growing local domestic terrorist group who is causing trouble in Chicago and to stop them. The Last Call for Shatter Blue Magic picks up where the second story left off, healing his wounds from his encounter with his brother and sister-in-law, the assassin takes one last job where he must go around the world killing criminal organizations, corrupt policemen, crooked politicians, and terrorists, or he and his family and employers will be killed. Link is the last story in the Chain series where the two federal agents must go to Honolulu, Hawaii, with two Honolulu detectives to go undercover at a local sweatshop to investigate and stop a local rich woman and her friends from using children from Asia and America to work in her sweatshop making clothes that end up in department stores.
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By Tony J. Ward Jr

In part II, Antoine is caught in the center of a gang war brewing in and around the school. Getting use to being the center of attention Antoine sets his sights on a more ambitious plan - to be the number 1 in charge. Although getting to the top is never easy Antoine finds himself struggling to navigate through his new "family", and who he can and can't trust. All the while still struggling to cope with life, Antoine's lifestyle raises some questions on if his worst enemy is the one that lies within?


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By John Omar Larnell Adams
The book Chain and Other Stories contains nine stories. The first story, Chain, is about two federal agents who go undercover in Anchorage, Alaska, with two NYC detectives to investigate whether or not an oil mogul is using kidnapped kids to make weapons sold throughout the United States if so stop him. The next story, Gradill, is about an FBI agent who is investigating a case in Chicago where a bioterrorist is using SARS and Anthrax to poison or sicken CEO’s of biochemical companies and local politicians who are giving them leeway to get funding and do research. The last of the first stories is Shatter Blue Magic—a story dealing with a young man who is an assassin who leaves a person alive he was supposed to kill, now he is only having to kill the person before he kills him and the lady he loves. The second batch of stories starts with Shatter Blue Magic 2, which is about the assassin from the first story having to kill his younger brother and sister-in-law, who have both been assigned to kill him, his wife, son, and employers. Web is the sequel to Chain where the two federal agents from the first story go undercover in Phoenix, Arizona, with two Phoenix detectives to investigate and stop two nightclub owners in Phoenix from kidnapping teenage girls and selling them to the adult entertainment industry to work as adult film stars. Gradill 2 is where the FBI agent from the first story is going undercover in Chicago to investigate a local domestic terrorist group and stop them from wrecking havoc in Chicago. The third batch of stories is Gradill 3 where the FBI agent from the two previous stories goes undercover with her sister to investigate a growing local domestic terrorist group who is causing trouble in Chicago and to stop them. The Last Call for Shatter Blue Magic picks up where the second story left off, healing his wounds from his encounter with his brother and sister-in-law, the assassin takes one last job where he must go around the world killing criminal organizations, corrupt policemen, crooked politicians, and terrorists, or he and his family and employers will be killed. Link is the last story in the Chain series where the two federal agents must go to Honolulu, Hawaii, with two Honolulu detectives to go undercover at a local sweatshop to investigate and stop a local rich woman and her friends from using children from Asia and America to work in her sweatshop making clothes that end up in department stores.
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By J. Reid

Monique Hopewell is a girl finding her path towards womanhood. At nineteen, Monique is at the beginning of her life. She meets Deshawn, AKA Dae-Dae, a man who seduces her with flash and charm. Through Dae-Dae, Monique begins to forget about her past with Chink, a man who has never been able to treat her right. Into the mix is Papi, a weed dealer who seems to be drawn to Monique and forces her to think about life in the long-term versus the short-term. As time goes on, Monique starts to see Dae-Dae’s charm and flash comes at a huge price. Questions begin to appear in Monique’s mind once she begins to see that everything that she thought was true was nothing but lies. Will Monique be able to escape unscathed or will she become trapped by it all?


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By J. Reid

Monique Hopewell is a girl finding her path towards womanhood. At nineteen, Monique is at the beginning of her life. She meets Deshawn, AKA Dae-Dae, a man who seduces her with flash and charm. Through Dae-Dae, Monique begins to forget about her past with Chink, a man who has never been able to treat her right. Into the mix is Papi, a weed dealer who seems to be drawn to Monique and forces her to think about life in the long-term versus the short-term. As time goes on, Monique starts to see Dae-Dae’s charm and flash comes at a huge price. Questions begin to appear in Monique’s mind once she begins to see that everything that she thought was true was nothing but lies. Will Monique be able to escape unscathed or will she become trapped by it all?


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By Christina Dixon

The Snail That Never Fails is a comedic journey about the life of a slow snail trying to make it in the ocean. How could a slow snail ever manage that? With some out-of-the box thinking and a couple of friends! Enjoy the slow snail’s journey from the land into the open sea, with some relaxing visits to the beach. Now, isn’t that the life we all dream about?

Join the slow snail on his adventure from the land, out into the open sea, and then back to the beach, with his slow snail band. His dreams are within reach. Watch the slow snail go! But he is always a little slow...

Soon:
Next: The Ant Can’t Get Into The House.


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By Yvonne Taylor
The story is intended for 3 to 6 year-olds. A small girl has a dream about a little pink train full of playful fairies and gnomes. She awakes, but the dream continues in the form of her grandmother visiting her and bringing a little pink train as a present.
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By Ranjitham Paul
It’s a Miracle! is indeed a miracle storybook written by Ranjitham Paul for very young readers. The book is packed with four interesting stories. Jesus doesn’t take money from the till to pay His temple tax. Why? When Tillee Swallowed the Moon has the answer. Wittie, the brave little fish, has deformed fins. He rides on the waves and looks at Jesus longingly. Will Jesus see Wittie’s deformity and cure it? Read The Wave-Riding Fish. The fun loving fig tree, Bel, laughs all the time and has fun while her friends sleep. When her friends wake up, they see an olive tree in her place. What happened to Bel? Read The Laughing Tree. Deep Dip, a rebellious fish, declares war upon Tiberias. Boo Boo, the king’s little son, wants to stop the war. Who wins? Read War or Peace. The miracles of Jesus Christ interwoven meticulously into all four imaginary stories add advantage for the readers, who not only enjoy the stories but also come to know about the miracles of Jesus Christ. Fish and fig trees are the main characters in these stories. The stories are filled with anxiety, wonder, fun, and action. Children will love this book and so will parents.
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By Christina Dixon

The Snail That Never Fails is a comedic journey about the life of a slow snail trying to make it in the ocean. How could a slow snail ever manage that? With some out-of-the box thinking and a couple of friends! Enjoy the slow snail’s journey from the land into the open sea, with some relaxing visits to the beach. Now, isn’t that the life we all dream about?

Join the slow snail on his adventure from the land, out into the open sea, and then back to the beach, with his slow snail band. His dreams are within reach. Watch the slow snail go! But he is always a little slow...

Soon:
Next: The Ant Can’t Get Into The House.


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By Yvonne Taylor
The story is intended for 3 to 6 year-olds. A small girl has a dream about a little pink train full of playful fairies and gnomes. She awakes, but the dream continues in the form of her grandmother visiting her and bringing a little pink train as a present.
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