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Water Khristopher Williams
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 0water2003hdw
Water is a myriad of creative writing styles and techniques, from short stories, to poetry, to narratives, to essays. Co-authored by three young lower-middle class men from rural North Carolina near the turn of the millennium, Water offers a glimpse into the political, socio-economic, spiritual, and cultural climate of its day. Throughout its pages, the reader can feel life's struggles, temptations, heart-aches, meditations, triumphs, celebrations and questions when one opposes conformity within pop-culture, religion, and American society.
What Ever Happened to Sandlot Baseball? Richard W. Ramirez Sr.
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What Ever Happened to Sandlot Baseball recounts the memories of a boy growing up in Gary, IN that sheds light on what youth baseball was before being organized.
When I Met Him Angel Wright
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ISBN: 9780578668802
Have you ever listened to a woman talk about a man and think to yourself, "We must know the same guy?" In Angel Charmaine's newest book, When I Met Him, she has done it again. Angel shares raw, real, honest stories of personal encounters with ten different men through ten new conversational narratives that will connect with the hearts and spirits of woman around the world. It's almost guaranteed you know one of these men for yourself, or you know a woman who has met him. Which of these men do you know?
Winter L. Wilson & R. Jolla
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Prose and poetry to perfection. An emotional accomplishment. Winter, split into two sections, sees L. Wilson and R. Jolla tackle relationships from their respective viewpoints and cities. (Washington, D.C. and Chicago, IL.) Switching seamlessly between prose and poetry, these two young men give their raw feelings and experiences on heartbreak, loss, hope and everything in between. Metaphors, melancholy and melanin. Similes, sadness and superior writing.
Wonderful Nose and Some Travel Stories Johnny Nuo
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ISBN: 9781633180253
Military spouses are unsung heroes in nearly all families. They are the backbone of the family unit. They are responsible to get everyone to appointments, they handle emergencies from a cut knee to a leaky faucet, and they manage the finances. They insure the kids are ready for school, they liaison with the teachers and they help at the schools. They are the dietitian, the loving nurse and the disciplinarian. They excel at hosting social activities. They arrange to ship household goods when orders come down. They volunteer to help their fellow man and woman whenever needed. They are truly loved and adored by their soldier, sailor, airman or marine. They hold the fort when their husband o ...
Wooster Tales 2021 Edited by Main Street Wooster, Inc.
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Size: 5" x 8"
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ISBN: 9781637908204
These charming short stories are all set in Wooster, Ohio, a county seat surrounded by farmland and factories with a historic downtown. A spectrum of styles are represented in these feel-good tales, which range from historic fiction to contemporary creative nonfiction. They evoke the drama, the integrity, and the compassion found in a midwestern community.
Worth Telling Again: 10 scripts from the Gospels to read aloud Mark R. Turner
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Drawn from Turner's 47 year career of writing, theater and film, 10 scripts are prepared for groups to read aloud or even perform for an audience. Printed script size, 8.5x11, spiral bound for easy handling in reading sessions, these short pieces are re-tellings of incidents and parables from the Gospels. Not paraphrases of scripture, they are set mostly in the current era, filling in details natural to the situations of the ancient texts. "Born Blind," from John 9, actually walks with Blind Ben to the Pool of Siloam and back. "Campaign Supper," from gospel accounts of The Last Supper, is set as a company dinner. "Where's My Sting?" from scriptures about overcoming death, is a comedy ske ...

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