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By SD Vojtko
Many of the poems and stories refract parts of my life, some are things I came up with in my dreams. All are from the heart. Iv'e tried to put my feelings into words to help me and others understand that live goes on no matter what we think. We just have to leave things in God's hands. As you read the poems think of you life and if there is something you can relate to and how it made you feel, maybe this will help you understand that everyone goes through life with problems. Just keep your faith and things will work out.
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By Mona Clemens
It's Christmas and a mysterious elf shows up at the workshop almost frozen to death. Santa's number one reindeer is missing. What are the elves to do to get Christmas back on track? They must find out who this strange elf is and they also have to find the missing reindeer. Read along as the elves rally together to put together the missing pieces, meet Zoink, and find the missing reindeer named Dondi. Travel to the wonderful world of workshops, Santa's home, and the great North Pole!
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By Brigitte Renee Comer
Tulie Ridge and the Snowman and The Adventures of Tulie Ridge is a series of books designed to encourage families to participate in active and positive things together. The old fashioned activities, pushes a child's mind and imagination into creativity, which is relative to the world today. Children learn that by sharing same interests with their parents, positive bonds and pleasant memories are formed which will last a lifetime and will be in-turned be passed down for generations to come. The series presents some fun ideas and activities which families can enjoy indoors and out. So pick up a copy today!
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By SD Vojtko
Many of the poems and stories refract parts of my life, some are things I came up with in my dreams. All are from the heart. Iv'e tried to put my feelings into words to help me and others understand that live goes on no matter what we think. We just have to leave things in God's hands. As you read the poems think of you life and if there is something you can relate to and how it made you feel, maybe this will help you understand that everyone goes through life with problems. Just keep your faith and things will work out.
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By SD Vojtko
Many of the poems and stories refract parts of my life, some are things I came up with in my dreams. All are from the heart. Iv'e tried to put my feelings into words to help me and others understand that live goes on no matter what we think. We just have to leave things in God's hands. As you read the poems think of you life and if there is something you can relate to and how it made you feel, maybe this will help you understand that everyone goes through life with problems. Just keep your faith and things will work out.
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By Claudette Beckford-Brady
Yaard and Abroad is a beautiful collection of short stories which exemplify the Jamaican culture and its people, those living on the island and those residing overseas. The book begins with a story that depicts the genesis of the island's history - the coming of Christopher Columbus and the Spanish conquistadors, and continues with different stories that illustrate the Jamaican psyche and the uniqueness of Jamaica as an island, and the nature and attitudes of her people. Stories such as "Where is Jamaica?" and "Rent-a-Dreads" tell the reader what is good and bad about the island. In "Where is Jamaica" the island disappears into thin air and despite air and sea searches by the United States navy the island is nowhere to be found. Empty seas lie where the island of Jamaica used to be. With the disappearance of the island it is lamented that the world would have lost so much that is uniquely Jamaican; over-proof white rum, authentic reggae music, to mention a couple. "Rent-a-Dreads" on the other hand is about the harsh reality that tourists are sometimes preyed upon. The book contains a total of nineteen short stories which are set on the island of Jamaica (yaard) and in the United Kingdom (abroad). Each story depicts different topics that are true and reflective of the nature of Jamaica and Jamaicans. "Bun" describes the musings of a wife whose husband appears to be giving her "bun" which is the Jamaican vernacular for having an affair. "Vextation" gives a humorous look at a Jamaican domestic worker attempting to get a live-in job and constantly putting her foot in her mouth with the potential employer. This book will appeal to Jamaicans at home and abroad and can also be enjoyed by a world-wide audience.
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By Claudette Beckford-Brady
Yaard and Abroad is a beautiful collection of short stories which exemplify the Jamaican culture and its people, those living on the island and those residing overseas. The book begins with a story that depicts the genesis of the island's history - the coming of Christopher Columbus and the Spanish conquistadors, and continues with different stories that illustrate the Jamaican psyche and the uniqueness of Jamaica as an island, and the nature and attitudes of her people. Stories such as "Where is Jamaica?" and "Rent-a-Dreads" tell the reader what is good and bad about the island. In "Where is Jamaica" the island disappears into thin air and despite air and sea searches by the United States navy the island is nowhere to be found. Empty seas lie where the island of Jamaica used to be. With the disappearance of the island it is lamented that the world would have lost so much that is uniquely Jamaican; over-proof white rum, authentic reggae music, to mention a couple. "Rent-a-Dreads" on the other hand is about the harsh reality that tourists are sometimes preyed upon. The book contains a total of nineteen short stories which are set on the island of Jamaica (yaard) and in the United Kingdom (abroad). Each story depicts different topics that are true and reflective of the nature of Jamaica and Jamaicans. "Bun" describes the musings of a wife whose husband appears to be giving her "bun" which is the Jamaican vernacular for having an affair. "Vextation" gives a humorous look at a Jamaican domestic worker attempting to get a live-in job and constantly putting her foot in her mouth with the potential employer. This book will appeal to Jamaicans at home and abroad and can also be enjoyed by a world-wide audience.
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By Dr. Satish B. Synghal
 Humour, dominates in more than 50 percent of his stories. It goes without saying that humour refreshes, rejuvenates and removes, stress and depression. The remaining content of the book involves inspirational material, which is intended to dispel unhappiness and ushers in happiness in life.  The most important lesson conveyed through the stories is, adopt an occupation involving such work, which you enjoy doing and derive most of your pleasure from it.  People usually have one point agenda: - earning money, which they mistakenly believe can buy happiness. Some amount of money and wealth are necessary. Family, friends and relationships are equally important as a source of happiness. One must simultaneously nurture these also to remain happy.  If you want to be respected, pay respect to others. If you want to be happy, try to make others happy and if you want to be rich, help financially those who are in need. In short whatever you want for yourself, start giving in affordable measures to others.  Whatever you sow, you have to reap its fruit, even if you dislike it. Sow seeds of love, kindness, and noble deeds, to remain happy.  Sex, marriage, and family can give us joy and happiness. Age, appropriate sex education should be imparted to all, to enable them to remain happy and healthy.  You would dislike a person, who receives help from you but does not feel thankful for it. It is the Almighty God, who has given us, whatever we have. He will surely appreciate and shower happiness on us if we feel ever grateful to Him for His gifts and blessings.
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By Lani Kauten
California, 1972 There was so much arguing going on that June between Rox, Mom and Dad that even with my bedroom door closed, I had very little solitude. During that stormy time, the rink was my only source of tranquility. You see, in my family we were all skaters—ice skaters. Each of us had been competing since we were eight, respectively. It was the last week of school—sis and I had just gotten home when I first heard the news flash. I had just plopped down on my bed worn out from ice skating practice when I flipped the radio on and heard the disc-jockey announce, “Local teen found dead this morning up at Rose Hill Cemetery—more after this commercial break.” I ran out of my room when the disc-jockey said it was a teen from Rox’s school. Heading toward Rox’s bedroom, barely meeting up, she nervously hollered out, “Jilli, did you just hear the news over the radio about the boy up at Rose Hill?” “Yes,” I answered. We both stood there in the living room, stunned! Later that night my family tuned into the local news, as I’m sure many other families did in our town of Cowell in Northern California. They said it had been thirty years since the last murder—where the boy was found. “Oh my God, he’s that girl’s brother!” Rox blurted out, pointing at the TV set. Earlier that year, we’d all been overjoyed when my brother Luke accomplished his goal in skating, and won a Silver Medal in the 1972 Winter Olympic Games held in Sapporo, Japan. Upon his return we celebrated his success with a party. One of the girls who had a crush on Luke introduced her brother to him. “Are you saying the boy in the news was here at Luke’s party?” Mom said in a surprised hush. “Yup,” Rox confirmed. “Weird, huh?” Mom just shook her head indicating she had no words to express how bad she felt for the boy and his family. We all stared into the TV set. “. . . while the police search for possible suspects.” The newscaster broke-in, “Coming up next—more protests on the Vietnam War.”
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By George E Richardson
Story: The Clash with Robin and Squirrel The Clash with Robin and Squirrel is a story about the struggles and conflicts that animals experience in the nature. Robin and Squirrel agreed to be civil to each other by respecting each other’s areas. Robin’s basic instinct tells her not to trust Squirrel who kept a curious eye on her nest. Also, Robin encounters several close calls where her life was almost taken away by other predators in search of food. These experiences serve as valid reasons not to trust anyone. But against her own feelings of discomfort, Robin launches out and trusts Squirrel. These incidents take place in the surroundings of an old gentleman, Mr. Gilbert, who kept a watchful eye on his garden in his struggle to keeps the animals away from getting his seed. In this story, Robin goes through a range of circumstances and emotions. Many of which are used to teach valuable life lessons to its readers. Would Squirrel live up to the expectation placed in him by Robin? How will the story end? Who get hurt? Who lives? Who dies? Read this emotional and stirring story about Robin and Squirrel and their conflict, trust, and survival as they coexisted in their community.
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By Tracey 'Girlz'
Tales of Indifference: An Anthology of Sultry, Secretive, and Simplistic Short Stories is unlike other short stories because it uncovers a full revelation of characters such as Chris. This man made a black tee something that any woman would crave simply by looking at his rippled body. He had a flawless six pack, toned thighs, biceps and triceps to make anyone want to hold onto for dear life. So, why is it this substance ‘blood’ appears and he not only is stunned but his life becomes turned upside down? Another desirable yet interesting character which readers will begin to either relate to, truly adore, or long to dislike is Cassi. To the outside world, she is successful, happy, and all together. But what happens when she enters her vehicle would surprise most. Then, we have three friends, Darrell, Horton, and Clifton. From youth to collegiate days, they have shown others the value in sincerity. But a simple, unexpected arrival at the door changes their lives forever. Within these pages, every story causes one to seek to befriend, challenge to change, or rival in the thought that the outcome is simply unique enough to want more. Thus, the underlying truth is love; tragedy, friendships, divorce, turmoil, happiness, mental illnesses, and physical challenges are mere factions of what you will encounter as you travel through this rich and dynamic book. The desired goal for anyone reading is to yearn to see these characters become more visible and open up your thought processes to their humanistic appeal.
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By Monica L. McDaniel
Journey with me if you will, into the private life of Misty with her many ups and downs. Each poem and short story is a look inside her life as she goes through heart ache, depression, finding her true self again, and finding out the true meaning of life. In this book we will also introduce The Black Erykah Kane. Erykah is an afro-centric business woman who has a joyful spirit. She is the owner and operator of E. Kane Corporations. We will also take a glimpse into her private life, and her undying love for her high school sweetheart. But like any other story Erykah runs into many obstacles that she must overcome. You will have two different stories locked into one book. And I’m sure a series will soon follow.
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By Lani Kauten
California, 1972 There was so much arguing going on that June between Rox, Mom and Dad that even with my bedroom door closed, I had very little solitude. During that stormy time, the rink was my only source of tranquility. You see, in my family we were all skaters—ice skaters. Each of us had been competing since we were eight, respectively. It was the last week of school—sis and I had just gotten home when I first heard the news flash. I had just plopped down on my bed worn out from ice skating practice when I flipped the radio on and heard the disc-jockey announce, “Local teen found dead this morning up at Rose Hill Cemetery—more after this commercial break.” I ran out of my room when the disc-jockey said it was a teen from Rox’s school. Heading toward Rox’s bedroom, barely meeting up, she nervously hollered out, “Jilli, did you just hear the news over the radio about the boy up at Rose Hill?” “Yes,” I answered. We both stood there in the living room, stunned! Later that night my family tuned into the local news, as I’m sure many other families did in our town of Cowell in Northern California. They said it had been thirty years since the last murder—where the boy was found. “Oh my God, he’s that girl’s brother!” Rox blurted out, pointing at the TV set. Earlier that year, we’d all been overjoyed when my brother Luke accomplished his goal in skating, and won a Silver Medal in the 1972 Winter Olympic Games held in Sapporo, Japan. Upon his return we celebrated his success with a party. One of the girls who had a crush on Luke introduced her brother to him. “Are you saying the boy in the news was here at Luke’s party?” Mom said in a surprised hush. “Yup,” Rox confirmed. “Weird, huh?” Mom just shook her head indicating she had no words to express how bad she felt for the boy and his family. We all stared into the TV set. “. . . while the police search for possible suspects.” The newscaster broke-in, “Coming up next—more protests on the Vietnam War.”
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By Crystal Y Nichelson
Ava Hart thought she lived a normal life working the night shift as a labor and delivery doctor, but she discovers that her life is anything but normal. As a result of a traumatic childhood, Ava’s psyche has been split, creating alternate personalities that are ruining her life. In order to gain control over her life, Ava has to dig deep into her memories to discover what happened to her as a child. What will she learn, and can she face the truth without losing herself completely?
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By Monica L. McDaniel
Journey with me if you will, into the private life of Misty with her many ups and downs. Each poem and short story is a look inside her life as she goes through heart ache, depression, finding her true self again, and finding out the true meaning of life. In this book we will also introduce The Black Erykah Kane. Erykah is an afro-centric business woman who has a joyful spirit. She is the owner and operator of E. Kane Corporations. We will also take a glimpse into her private life, and her undying love for her high school sweetheart. But like any other story Erykah runs into many obstacles that she must overcome. You will have two different stories locked into one book. And I’m sure a series will soon follow.
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