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Book: Rock Music in American Culture - The Sounds of Revolution, 2d ed. by Robert G. Pielke
In the years following World War II, something vital and original was born in the restive cauldron of American culture. At that moment the voice of this vital and original something came fully into its own. It was insistent, loud and bawdy, and it finally had a name. It was Rock and Roll, and it was about to challenge society's values about race, sex, love, work, patriotism, fashion, commercials [...]
 
Book: L.A. Punk Rocker by Brenda Perlin
#1 BEST SELLER - PUNK - #1 BEST SELLER - PHOTOJOURNALISM This is what Billy Idol had to say about L.A. Punk Rocker... "Pretty wild chapter on me...maybe u shouldv'e written my book, good luck with it..BFI." Fifteen stories from the eighties set in Los Angeles, written by LA Punk Queen Brenda Perlin and her friends who lived every moment of an electric era in the City of Angels. That unique and [...]
 
Book: Akard Drearstone by Michael D. Smith
A cinder block falls on Akard Drearstone's head and he trades his print shop job for lead guitar. Months later, as the four members of the Akard Drearstone Group face the onslaught of national fame at their rural Texas commune, twelve-year-old Jan Pace nurses her crush for the narcissistic, paranoid bassist Jim Piston, growing up way too fast in a surreal summer between seventh and eighth grade.
 
Book: The Ballad of Charlie & Horse by Mark Stewart
A Story of sex, drugs and rock n roll, The Ballad of Charlie & Horse charts the meteoric rise and fall of a young rock star: Shane Fisher. Initially shy and introvert a friend persuades him to form a band and play the local bars. But no one could have expected the rise to fame and fortune that follows or the havoc his rising star leaves in his wake as Shane hurtles into the depths of drug [...]
 
Book: BEX, DRUGS & ROCK 'n' ROLL by Cristian Matheson
A former child star's comedic, psychedelic, rock and roll, coming of age story. If you love Charles Bukowski, David Sedaris and John Birmingham, you'll love this. It's a batch of dysfunctional, zany yet poignant tales. Inside you'll meet characters like Balloon-Head Ed, the sociopathic neighbor, the startled prostitutes, Trixie and Destiny, a transsexual terrier, an angry and drunken town, a [...]
 
Book: ROCK STAR - Dream Weaver Novels Book 2 by Su Williams
The first book in this series, DREAM WEAVER was just awarded the bronze medal in the Readers' Favorite International Book Awards!! Another 5 Star book in the Dream Weaver Series by Su Williams!! The sci-fi love story continues with Emari Sweet, and Dream Weaver Nickolas Benedetti. Music, magic, memories & monsters: Rock Star - a dark young adult/new adult romance, and adult supernatural novel. [...]
 
Book: Awakening to who we are - The divine art of being by Mark Gerard Craig
What is reality? Who are we? What is the ultimate meaning and purpose of anything? This book deconstructs reality, as it is generally understood to be. It reveals a depth of meaning to existence transcending the limited paradigms of religion and science. It articulates, for the reader, a synthesis of knowledge drawn from numerous fields of inquiry, presenting a powerful vision of human identity, [...]
 
Book: A Circus Mind - Rock'n Roll Poetry from the Edge by Ryan Cox
Circus Mind is a compilation of rock n roll inspired poems by Ryan Cox. The book weaves through the annals of rock n roll to paint an expressive history of the bands and their music. Exploring the reaches of every corner of the music world from the Rolling Stones recording of Exile on Main St in Nellcote, France to the Willie Nelson long-haired outlaw country of the 70's and the socially [...]
 
Book: The Mysterious Case of God's Non-existence - Investigating the nature of the Real by Mark Gerard Craig
The existence of God is considered by many in the world today to be a fiction with little basis in what is generally deemed actual or real. Curiously, the multiplicity of metaphysical ideas, supernatural properties and mythological figures attached to the God hypothesis have never been and will never be synonymous with God. They were never intended to be so. People like Richard Dawkins and [...]
 
Book: Sex, Blood, Rock 'N' Roll, and Vampyr - A Vampire Rock Star Romance (The Bloodline Series Book 1) by K. M. McFarland
Where the Vampyr trilogy ends, the all-new Bloodline trilogy begins. Hiding in the dark shadows of New Orleans, Quinn Forrester is doing a great job of concealing his identity as an ageless vampire. The successful eighties rock star has reinvented himself as his son to explain not aging. When the opening of an art gallery brings his former band member, Jeff West, to town, Quinn fears his secret [...]
 
Book: Philosophy of Religion Basics - A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners by Doug Erlandson
Philosophy of Religion Made Simple Clear Thinking About Complex Issues In Philosophy of Religion Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners, Dr. Doug Erlandson provides an easy-to-understand introduction to the philosophy of religion. Its simple and non-technical style covers the major topics of philosophy of religion in a way that even a person with no familiarity with philosophy will understand. [...]
 
Book: Nothing Stays the Same - A Young Adult Rock 'n' Roll Time Travel Romance (Soul Mates Book 2) by Catherine Chant
How far would you go to save someone's life? Leah and Brennan are going all the way back to 1973. One Choice Changes Everything... In 1973, The Beat Detectors are the hottest TV pop band to hit the airwaves since The Monkees, thanks to the appealing vocals of rising teen idol Ronnie Basford. But behind the scenes, not everything is rainbows and unicorns. Ronnie realizes much too late that one bad [...]
 
Book: Crystals for Kids - Learn the Names of 17 Rocks and Minerals by Brenda DeHaan
Do you like rocks and minerals? How many different ones can you name? "Crystals for Kids" has colorful photographs of 17 kinds of rocks and minerals (also called crystals). See how many you already know and see what the others look like. The crystals are shown with their names and are also photographed in magical village scenes. Most of the stones are in their polished form. "Crystals for Kids" [...]
 
Book: The Eternal Religion - Glimpses of Divine Glory by Donald Castellano-Hoyt
Literary accounts of encounters with the divine from various religions and viewpoints. These are meant to give a much needed reassurance, encouragement, and validation of the internal experiences of those who otherwise may be uncertain about themselves and the reality of their experiences. Proverbs 4:7:"With all thy getting, get understanding." One doesn't have to join a religion to appreciate [...]
 
Book: Nature's Outlet: "Beholder of The Grail" by Le Roy Walker
In this teaching, I will teach you how to break the self down, remaking the self completely, for the greatest of blessings ever. I will make known to you all of the woes, and also healing, of the self, quite naturally. To do so you will use these methods, while also using the self awareness for sharp upgrade about it all. Give it a try.
 
Book: Confessions of a Mystic - There is no more by Mark Gerard Craig
The Tao that you can name is not the true Tao. The perspective that you think is ultimate truth is not "The Truth." Like a slippery fish it wriggles free from our grip and returns to the deep from whence it came. Can a person catch the wind and hold it in their cupped hands? Of course not. It is foolish to even contemplate doing so. Yet, the wild and uncontainable impulse that is God, some [...]
 
Book: The Whole Elephant - Finding a new language for God by Mark Gerard Craig
David Tacey in his book, "The Spirituality Revolution" argues that "all symbols [and] representations of the divine die, and society has to set about to renew and remake its sacred images" (2003, p.158). "The Whole Elephant" investigates the limits of language currently used for explaining the nature of divinity and proposes a new language. It sets about taking up the task set by Tacey, proposing [...]
 
Book: Does Evil Exist? - Unveiling the Mystery by Mark Gerard Craig
Evil is a term that has generated a great deal of discussion and argument over the centuries. It is a curious term as what it points to is very difficult to capture in words and pin down. Consequently, this book asks the question: Does evil exist? Is it an actual thing identifiable in the world or is it an idea attached to a mystery beyond words to fathom? This book goes an impressive distance in [...]
 
Book: Silent Mystery - Inspirational selections from “Confessions of a Mystic” and “The Five Jewels” by Mark Gerard Craig
This book is somewhat of a taster for two earlier books of mine. Priced very reasonably, it allows the reader to sample the insights and ideas threaded throughout "Confessions of a Mystic" and "The Five Jewels." Divided into two parts, key sections tackle profound human questions in bite-sized easy to read chunks that may constitute a reflection on where you are in your personal journey. Within [...]
 
Book: The Good News - How Revealing Delusions In Christianity Will Bring Peace To All
Jesus VS Christianity - This book "takes Catholicism out of Christianity" by revealing the many false, man-made doctrines of Christianity because Jesus only had two commandments. Jesus's message is quite different than the MANY different messages of Christianity. Trust me, being raised in the heart of the Bible Belt my entire life, I have seen first-hand the divisiveness that Christians feel [...]
 
Book: THE FIVE JEWELS - Reflecting upon life's ultimate questions by Mark Gerard Craig
Whether we are religious or not, there are five key questions we are confronted with by virtue of our humanity. This book is an attempt to respond to these questions thoughtfully and practically. The last thing anyone needs are pious platitudes and spiritual cliches to explain the mystery at the very heart of human experience. "The Five Jewels" provides a welcome change and touch of authentic [...]
 
Book: Christian Doctrine - A Basic Introduction by Doug Erlandson
What Christians Believe Essential Elements of Christian Doctrine In Christian Doctrine: A Basic Introduction, Dr. Doug Erlandson presents a clearly-written and jargon-free guide to the central doctrines of the Christian faith. Beginning with a section on the source of Christian doctrine, Erlandson argues that the revelation of Scripture must be the primary source of our understanding of the [...]
 
Book: God, Freud and Religion - The origins of faith, fear and fundamentalism by Dianna T. Kenny
Choice Essential Read Did God create man or did man create God? In this book, Dianna Kenny examines religious belief through a variety of perspectives - psychoanalytic, cognitive, neuropsychological, sociological, historical and psychiatric - to provide a coherent account of why people might believe in God. She argues that psychoanalytic theory provides a fertile and creative approach to the [...]
 
Book: Christianity a Flawed Religion - How Christian Dogma Inadvertently Keeps Humanity In Bondage to Sin and a Suffering World and How to Fix It by Warren ...
This book is about the difference between church dogma and the true story of Jesus Christ as told in the Bible. While much of the Bible is divinely inspired, much has also been added by man. This has created confusion and is often a distortion of the true message of Jesus Christ. This book goes into detail about the confusion and how it came about. It then describes a new understanding of faith [...]
 
Book: The Protest - A Fictional Memoir (Life Is Calling Book 1) by Dianne Kozdrey Bunnell
Dianne Kozdrey Bunnell's fictional memoir is inspired by the real-life religious hijacking of her two daughters, ages 10 and 12. Janey Powers has broken away from her small town fundamentalist upbringing after being seduced by her minister and is building a new life for herself and her two daughters in Washington. But her freedom has a price. She is being stalked by her former minister, Reverend [...]
 
Book: Religion in World Affairs - America and the World Crises by Timothy P. Ngwana
As humanity faces frustrating crises, disasters and religious conflicts, it is high time we sort out the root cause of these troubles. This is what I have done. In 2007, I published this book. Some predictions I made then is now manifesting and many more will soon manifest. Examples are the collapse of the financial system, collapse and rising of some nations and governments, the instability of [...]
 
Book: Two Are Better Than One by Suzanne Rock
From the NYT and USA Today bestselling author of the Ecstasy Spa series comes a tale about how one summer break can transform the rest of your life. Quinn and Declan enjoy having sex together, but love sharing a woman more. After months of searching, they've lost hope of ever finding a permanent third to complete them. Then they meet shy, reclusive Hannah and everything changes. The sexual energy [...]
 
Book: Shine Like The Sun by A.L. Means
As the new century dawns, Roy Huntley is in his early 50s and well past the usual shelf life for a rock and roll star. He has had his share of fame and fortune, and settled for a scenic Shangri-La in Arizona and a second wife young enough to be his daughter. Hanging out with fellow British bandmate Chris Russell has passed the time nicely for a couple of years. But time to reflect has had its [...]
 
Book: We'd Like to do a Number Now by Ted Tayler
These stories are from my time as a singer in groups in the 60s and early 70s. They cover early gigs close to home, plus many across the country supporting household names, past and present. Stories which give an insight into the pleasures and pitfalls of being in a group and characters we met along the way. Some will make you laugh, others will make you think. All of them are true.
 
Book: New Beginning (Chronicles of a Rock Troll) by Jacob Donley
Car'Al is a rock troll who does not follow the belief that all other races are inferior like his tribe does. After suffering years of abuse from other rock trolls, the conflict comes to a breaking point in this short story about a rock troll breaking away from the norms of his society and choosing another path. I hope that those readers who read Tolkien or Terry Brooks will appreciate a story [...]
 
Book: Quick Fix by Suzanne Rock
From the NYT and USA Today bestselling author of the Carnal Coed series comes a workplace drama about an exclusive spa, and how one visit can change a person's views on love and life. Dumped by her boyfriend and down on her luck, Annabelle Richards accepts her best friend's gift and goes to the Ecstasy Spa for an afternoon of erotic escape. She expects the sex to be mechanical and the staff to be [...]
 
Book: When Lyric Met Limerick by Dawn V. Cahill
It's 1983. Howard aspires to be the next Bruce Springsteen, and doesn't mind bending a few rules to get there. Then he meets "Luna Tunes," who sells limericks for a living. Sure, she's cute, but who does that? And why is she with that goon Brian? Before Howard can even get her number, he gets arrested for shoplifting. And little does he know a jealous boyfriend awaits his release...
 
Book: Charley, the Rock and the Hard Place by Randal Shirley
Several years have passed since Hezbollah's hunt for Charley and Russell Courtney ended in the Tasmanian wilderness. They have new identities, new lives, a ten year old daughter and have finally learned to relax and stop looking over their shoulders ... until one day, at three thousand feet above the Bass Straight, Russell makes a choice that opens a whole new can of worms ...
 
Book: Made in the Image of God - Understanding the Nature of God and Mankind in a Changing World by Reid A. Ashbaucher
Made in the Image of God is a book that provides key concepts for understanding the nature and personhood of God and mankind, while providing deeper insights into how we as human beings relate to God physically, emotionally and spiritually in a metaphysical way, both now and in the future. Within this study, there are discussions on such topics as The Nature of God, The Nature of Mankind, The [...]
 
Book: We're Not Like the Others by Leonard Stegmann
In this collection of his popular humor essays, Leonard Stegmann confronts his fear as he comes face-to-face with a hideous Louisiana night creature, explains why as a child he felt the need to shoot a bottle rocket out of his bedroom window, how he came to the conclusion that he much prefers going to funerals than weddings, and why, even though he would have preferred his house to be cleaned by [...]
 


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