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And The Whippoorwill Sang
by Micki Peluso

This is a funny, poignant, sad, true story of a large family of eight. It's full of adventure, a haunted home, comedic antics and a wonderful life-- until tragedy strikes..  
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Albert Russo: a poetic biography, volume 1-texts & photos
by Albert Russo

a photographic itinerary of Albert Russo's life (he has resided on three continents) and literary production (in English and in French) with poetic comments by Eric Tessi..  
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Politically Homeless - a Five-year Odyssey across Three Cont
by Mary Terzian

This memoir depicts a young girl's aspirations to attend college and spares no effort in achieving freedom to do so, seventeen years after graduating high school...  
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Road Trip by Alan Cook
A lengthy drive provides lasting memories before losing its spark...
Roberta by B.J. Olvera
As a writer and poet, I see and strive to describe things, situations, people, and life differently, thoughtfully, hopefully with great sens...
Robin Hood Played For Keeps by Chris Cox
Although playing marbles "for keeps" was akin to organized crime in my school, we thumbed our noses at authority. Only one thing could distract us fro...
Rockland by CJ Heck
Ahhh, childhood ... ...
Romantic Mexico by John St. John
Young FSO, single and not yet bilingual, cautiously navigates the dating scene of a very different culture....
Roots - Still Deep After 30 Years! by Alvin Romer
n celebration of the 30th anniversary of the American icon Roots, Reader's Digest has compiled a collection of articles written by Pulitzer Prize-winn...
Route 66. by Gerard St. John
Route 66: a trolley, a highway, a song and an experience, travelling across the country to an assignment at Camp Pendleton, California....
San Juan Capistrano by Gerard St. John
Reflections on similarities between Philadelphia and Capistrano....
Save time, save money, save your kid by Stephen Gallup
Sorting through contractictory ideas, making rational choices, and then staying the course...
Saved From Silence by Amanda Richardson: Book Review by Irene Watson
"Saved from Silence" is one woman's courageous and revealing story of abuse and recovery. Readers will come to understand that child abuse can happen...
Saying Goodbye to a Husband and Father by Alan Cook
Dementia rears its ugly head. Written in the early 1990s....
Scatter My Ashes Over Havana” by Olga Karman: Book Review by Irene Watson
For anyone who has never personally lived as an immigrant, Olga Karman brings the opportunity to experience life away from home with her tender memoir...
Shadows In The Mind by Mark Lichterman
“Today, April twelve, nineteen-hundred, forty-five, our president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, died suddenly of a massive cerebral hemorrhage in Warm S...
Shaping Destiny is now on Kindle by Destiny Allison
This article is about ebooks. Do you use them? Do you like them? ...
Shaping self identity by Esteban Pina
The trial by fire experience of immigrants...
Shar's Story" Sharon Shaw Elrod: Book Review by Irene Watson
Being pregnant out of wedlock in the 1960s was despicable. Pregnant girls were shunned, blamed and shammed. Parents, of the pregnant girl, deplored ...
Shedding Light on a Dark Past by Venera Di Bella Barles
Interview with Author Venera Di Bella Barles Jul 24 2002 The Bainbridge Review Staff Writer Dee Axelrod...
Short White Coat by James A. Feinstein, MD: Book Review by Irene Watson
Most people will, at some point or another, either find themselves dressed in a tiny hospital gown or staring at someone else dressed in a tiny hospit...
SI JUNI LANG by Arsenio Jesena
My story is the only one I have. The only one God has given me. ...
Six dollars and a Tea Cup to a Multi-million dollar Enterprise! by Seann Vinyasa-Billson
Happiness is not born from playing it safe. Inspiration is abundant – it’s yours for the taking – and it sometimes comes from the most unexpected plac...
Sixtyfive Roses: A Sister's Memoir by Heather S. Cariou: Book Review by Irene Watson
Heather Cariou offers an unsparing eyewitness account of the pain, hope and valor of a family in crisis as it falls apart and pulls itself together ag...
Slow Hope” by Anita Swanson: Book Review by Irene Watson
“Slow Hope” is a multi-layered love story that focuses, among other themes, on child abuse, as well as the church and its initial resistance to psycho...
Small Time Nepotism by E Bernales
Every small person has a small story to tell....
Snakes, Snails, and Puppy Dog Tails by Chris Cox
A garter snake in the hand is worth two screams in the dark. The terror I wielded that warm spring afternoon in my neighborhood. Miss Carolyn never s...
So come on down and see our Master Baker!" by Darlene Caban
"They've got a WHAT in the store?!"...
so many we love have to go by Alethea Corry
we miss you jesiah...
Someone Stop This Merry-Go-Round: An Alcoholic Family in Crisis by WR Potter
Written like dramatic fiction, Someone Stop This Merry-Go-Round: An Alcoholic Family in Crisis is a fast paced, tension-filled account of a woman's ti...
Soup and Stories by Rosemary Poole-Carter
Post-Mother's Day Reflections...
Southfield senior puts her life on the page by Marvin Arnett
Interview with author in re her soon to be published memoir of her childhood growing up in Detroit, Michigan. From her birth in The Great Depression,...
Souvenirs de Jérusalem by Emile Tubiana
Memories of Jeusalem in 1948-49 (In French)...
Speak Now, Or Remain Forever In Seventh Grade by Darlene Caban
At a parent-teacher conference, I said what I felt-- not what everyone wanted to hear....
Special Guest Star: Chuck Connors by Scott Cherney
The star of The Rifleman made a lasting impression on me...for all the wrong reasons...
Splash - One Tanker! by Allen Murray (AKA Allen Hall)
Another story from the Air Force...
St. Blase's Day, or "But why does the priest wanna cut my head off?" by Darlene Caban
Man, I'm not even safe in church!...
Stardust, Angel Dust, and Rust by Joe McCarthy
Steve Vernon - A bibliography by Steve Vernon
This is a partial bibliography of my writing. I will be adding to it as I slowly unearth the original magazines. Never really kept track until now....
Stolen Fields by Jean Boggio: Book Review by Irene Watson
The Coles of Neville Island were prosperous landowners until the United States used eminent domain to repossess their property. Jean Boggio recounts t...
Stonewalled--Book Review by J.S. Bradford
Stonewalled, written by Sharyl Attkisson,published by Harper Collins, 2014. ...
Sucked into the Ultimate Abstraction by David Arthur Walters
From an author's confession of how he got lost in his vanity...
Summer Palace--The Return of the Dragon by Lloyd Lofthouse
September 25, 2008, The Summer Palace was first started by the Yuan Dynasty almost a thousand years ago....
Sundays at My House by CJ Heck
church bells ring in a memory ... BR>...
Sunny Sunday School by Charlotte Spurrill
"We had only one Sunday School class then, which weather usually confined to the kitchen of the church. "...
Surviving A House Full of Whispers by Sharon Wallace: Book Review by Irene Watson
Author Sharon Wallace detailed in the first book of her memoir, "A House Full of Whispers," the abuse she experienced at the hands of her stepfather, ...
T A K U R O N G by Arsenio Jesena
I became a good shot, better than most of the soldiers in town. I was only ten....
Tachito: Last Dictator of the Somoza Dynasty. by John St. John
Back in the 1940’s, FDR reportedly remarked to his adviser, Harry Hopkins, "This guy Somoza is a real sonovabitch." Hopkins is said to have replie...
Tchaikovsky's Eyes by Grant Hayter-Menzies
How Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 sounded all the hidden secrets of a boy's heart...
Tears and Tales" author Russell A. Vassallo: BOOK REVIEW by Irene Watson
This is a book of short stories about animals that I have rescued and how they have impacted me. Some helped me overcome depression resulting from co...
Tears for Grandma' helps children cope by Linda Campbell
Lewistown Sentinel article about new book that helps children cope with grief. Campbell's memoir walks you through all the stages of dealing with gr...
A Rwandese genocide story...
Terror in My Own Backyard by P. G. Shriver
A horrible event enlightened me just before Christmas 2014....
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can't get HERE from THERE
by Vince Sanders

The early 1970’s might have been the most appropriate time in America’s history to set up a radio news network for and about Blacks in the United States, more appropriate..  
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The Legacy
by Avraham Anouchi

THE LEGACY is a memoir inspired by the author to publish his experiences while growing up in Haifa, the city that he loves. It is written in the form of a letter from a g..  
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