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Gentle love stories for those who like the romance with a smile. You'll find humour, romance, love and joy here; but if you're looking for sex or erotica, this collection isn't the place for it. These are stories to leave you with a warm glow and a smile. Serendipity: Walking back through the wood, dodging muddy puddles left by the morning's deluge, he paused to watch a pair of squirrels perform their shy romance amongst the [...]
Swim Season by Marianne Sciucco
Sometimes winning is everything. Champion swimmer Aerin Keane is ready to give up her dreams of college swimming and a shot at the Olympics. As she starts senior year in her third high school, Aerin's determined to leave her family troubles behind and be like all the other girls at Two Rivers. She's got a new image and a new attitude. She doesn't want to win anymore. She's swimming for fun, no longer the freak who wins every [...]
The Office Guide To Insanity: Office Cartoons by Steven Corps
The Office Guide To Insanity! A cartoon book about life in the office long before the arrival of the internet, email, pdf document, laptops and latest office gadgets. It's a compilation of 150 cartoons drawn in the 1990's from my own collection of cartoon drawings. What started off as a simple little funny poster for a office department, turned into a collection of humourous drawing depicting everything from that grumpy boss [...]
Klop & Pop's Watery Tips & Tales - with Paco! by Ky Lehman
Klop & Pop's Watery Tips & Tales - with Paco! is a fun and education children's book for toddlers through to young tweens to share with their families. It is written in memory of a family member we lost in a drowning accident: the same beautiful soul whose memory is the foundation of the Swim School we started shortly after his passing. Being involved in the teaching of swimming and water safety of all ages and abilities, I [...]
Black Heart Phantasy: Boy Meets Honoi by Joel Williams
This is the story of a homeless boy named Joey Sadowksi, who after trying to save a woman from a robber and got stabbed, is rescued by a beautiful alien woman named Lezura Hembim. She takes him back to her home world, where Joey is recruited to fight in a war amongst seven alien species in the Upsinodron solar system. Joey is tough by Nycarman aliens to wield the mystical, inner power known as "honoi energy", and embarks with [...]
What happens in office, stays in office by Ankur Mithal
A no-holds-barred account of life in the cut-throat world of large corporations, told in a unique humorous and ironical style. A world where millions are employed and are forever engaged in finding a balance between doing right for the organization and doing right for themselves. The domineering boss, the whining employee, the counter-productive policy-making, the jockeying for visibility, are all products of this interesting [...]
Her Knight in Black Leather (Crimson Romance) by JM Stewart
Cat Edwards has spent her life playing the wallflower in an effort to escape the repressive weight of her mother's tarnished name. Dragged to a bar by her best friend in an effort to forget a broken heart, the shy bookworm is determined to be someone else for the night, but quickly gets in over her head. She discovers chivalry isn't dead after all when a mysterious stranger comes to her rescue. He's wearing black leather and [...]
The Finish Line by Leslie Scott
Another night at the races is more than burnt rubber with a hit of nitrous. For one young woman, it's navigating trauma, love, and loss in the stifling Texas heat under the watchful gaze of her brother's best friend and reigning King of the Streets, Jordan Slater. Home in Arkadia again, Raelynn Casey starts to heal from a terrible incident at college. She finds love in Jordan, a member of her brother's circle of racing [...]
His Unquenchable Desire by Joy Tremay
No woman has ever denied him...until now. In the urban jungle of Los Angeles, hard-working city girl Cathlene Patterson has her hands full juggling two jobs. She meets wealthy and cynical businessman Nick Maxwell who immediately falls hard for her independent spirit. He offers to rescue her from the daily grind but she's no damsel in distress. Although she craves Nick with a burning lust, she challenges his advances at every [...]
The Island of Lote by Emily Kinney
Milo Hestler is a lonely, unusual, fourteen-year-old girl. She is constantly moving from home to home with her oblivious parents. The only friend she has is her conscience, whom she has named Bob. Her only comforts are cooking and listening to hip-hop. When her family moves yet again, Milo is bullied mercilessly by her classmates. Such treatment prompts her to travel to Australia for summer camp. During the plane ride, Milo [...]
Me & Jay by W. Royce Adams
ONE HOT SUMMER DAY, thirteen-year-olds Geri Thomas and Jay Thornton try to find a place to cool off so they seek Blue Pool, a dangerous, off-limits area. The two discover adventures they never bargained for as they foolishly hop a slow freight train to take them up the river road and accidentally start a grass fire. Soon they find themselves being chased through a mammoth cave by two desperate men willing to do almost [...]
Office Hours (Red Series Book 1) by Fawn Atondo
Alexa Kelly has never crossed any moral lines. Her life is all about achieving her dream of owning her own ballet studio, guys and drama need not apply. Then her best friend leads her into one awkward case of mistaken identity. Alexa finds herself tempted by one tall, dark and handsome stranger. Now her sexy one-night stand Lucas is pulling her into a moral dilemma so seductive even a good girl couldn't pass it up! But [...]
Know the Name; Know the Person - Decoding Letters to Reveal Secrets Hidden in Names by Sharón Lynn Wyeth
This book introduces Neimology Science: the study of the placement of the letters in a name and how they interact with each other to reveal hidden secrets about one's character. When asked who we are, we respond with our names, as if that says it all. Indeed it does when you know how to interpret a name.
How Far Is Heaven? (Louise Golden Mysteries) by Laurie Hanan
Christmas is never easy for mail carriers. But for Louise Golden, the season of good cheer is about to become a nightmare. Exhausted after a long day of delivering mail in nasty weather, Louise is heading back to the station when, through the heavy rain, a ghostlike figure appears in her headlights. Louise hits her brakes, but it's too late. The girl is taken to the hospital, unconscious. Who is she? What was she doing in the [...]
Judas Times Seven by Brian Beecher
"Bruce is a data entry operator working in a bank processing facility. Less than one year ago, he suffered a fall which left him sidelined for some time and looked at this as a great chance to get back on firm footing. At first he thinks little of Janice , his lead person on the job and the story's female lead. He considers her personality to be on the abrasive side. But during a slow period she displays a sunnier side to [...]
Fudhail, An Extraordinary Boy From Batavia by Linda Purnama
Fudhail, An Extraordinary Boy From Batavia is a biography of a boy. This is the metamorphosis process of that boy from a shy boy into a good and extraordinary boy. This is an inspiring book for parents because it told about my experience to raise up my son from nothing to be a multi-talented boy. It was not an easy thing to make my boy 'so extraordinary'. That's why I want to share my experience to all parents and children [...]
Different eyes by Des Birch
Short stories for bedtime reading show life from a different point of view. For those of you who want to curl up in bed and immerse in touching stories and anecdotes, this is the book for you. From everyday life where the stories begin, to the characters we meet every day, these tales are all around us, for those who can see. Go on, spoil yourself.
Striking Out by Robert Lamb
Striking Out, a coming-of-age story, was my first novel. Nominated for the PEN/Hemingway Award, it seems to resonate most with males who came of age in the 1950s. Published in 1991, the novel is still in print and I still get phone calls from readers in other parts of the USA who tell me that their coming-of-age experience was exactly the same as that depicted in Striking Out. I rejoiced to hear evidence that I had written a [...]
Vegan Teenage Zombie Huntress by G.G. Silverman
"I never intended to become a zombie huntress; I had only intended to protest prom, high school's last bastion of patriarchal society. I felt bad for the girls in my school, who flocked to prom like it was the second coming of Christ, complete with double-rainbows and unicorns." --Clarissa Hargrove in VEGAN TEENAGE ZOMBIE HUNTRESS * * * Clarissa Hargrove thinks prom sucks. She's been protesting it for weeks, but the [...]
The Truth About Amber by Kaye Nutman
The Truth... A young girl is thrown into small town living after a move from the big city. Her family split apart, an ipod with no wifi, and new friendships to build - how will 11 year old Amber cope? Gran suggests a good old fashioned pen pal to ease the boredom, and a friendship which started out with a few little fibs soon gets out of control! Will pen pal Millie find out 'The Truth About Amber'? Amber may be in more [...]
The Dancing Boy by Michael Matson
The Dancing Boy is a mystery. Treat Mikkelson is not exactly a burnt-out case but he's grown tired of his life as a criminologist and weary of memories of a marriage gone wrong and of his time in Vietnam. Trying to burn the bridges to his past, he finds and remodels a cabin on a small Pacific Northwest Island, settles down to enjoy fishing, setting his crab pot, digging for clams and documenting the lives of his island [...]
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Easter is a beautiful toy bunny with special fairy dust powers. Because he is very curious and adventurous, he often lands up in tricky situations. He loves living with Della and is always ready for whatever adventure the world can bring him. This book is the first of his adventures and it describes how he came to live with Della.
Joshua's Tree by N. W. Harris
When a skateboarding accident hurls 17-year-old Joshua Tyler into a dismal future overrun by flesh-eating mutants, he taps into the strength and courage hidden within him and manages to stay alive, only to discover his horrifying relationship to the scientific genius who brought all life on Earth to the brink of annihilation. Aided by Nadia, a beautiful warrior student who believes he may be the prophesized savior sent to [...]
Truncate - A Novel by Michael Toledano
A unique Victorian era suspense story heightened with a touch of mystery and romance. The focus rests on the efforts of the unwitting protagonist to thwart attempts on his life instead of the usual ace detective or the latent genius of an amateur sleuth so typical of the genre. The plot centers on the survival of an unsuspecting member of the rising London commercial gentry toward the end of the nineteenth century. Timothy [...]
Make MIS-TAKES for Better Grades - A 15-Week Self Correction Program by Dr. Robert D. Kirk
The Self Correction Program (c) I developed over 40 years ago is for parents and grandparents who want to help their student improve following directions, increase attention spans, cope with making mis-takes (c), increase reading rate and improve grades. We are taught when we are very young to strive for perfection, an impossible task. In new learning, we all make mis-takes. When we do, we get angry at making mis-takes, and [...]



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