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The Foundling: A Novel of Wandering in the Dreamland of Ch'a
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"The Foundling" is a story that everyone can learn from. While the majority of us will never set out on a path like the hermits did, being able to read of their experienc..  
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  • More About David Joseph Mayer by Ann Streetman 8/6/2013 1:26:34 PM
    Sometimes I link characters in my short stories back and forth between collections. For example, 12-year-old David Joseph Mayer in "The Immigrants" in The Hospitality Connection grew up to work as a scientist in "The Job" in The Patriotic Connection ... more

  • Bonding Across Cultures by Ann Streetman 8/3/2013 9:04:56 AM
    "I don't usually take children," said the tall woman. "They would be a pain, running up and down the stairs and bothering everyone. My boarders are mostly men. Some of them work at night, and I keep the house quiet so they can sleep in the daytime." ... more

  • Serial: "Hawkins County" Chapter 2 - 1970's Americana by Steven M Ulmen 7/27/2013 7:15:48 PM
    "Hawkins County" has a dual story line until well into the second act. You have already met Pat O'Connor, the delinquent teenage boy on the run from the law. The premise of his story line: Can Pat O'Connor continue to elude capture by law enforcement... more

  • Not All WWII Heros were in the Military by Ann Streetman 7/27/2013 12:35:01 PM
    Rebecca was nervous about going to work at the secret place in East Tennessee, but deep down she felt like it was the right thing to do for herself, and for Billy, her sweetheart who had died so soon after enlisting. They said the work there could he... more

  • Holiday reading by Audrey Coatesworth 7/27/2013 12:00:05 AM
    Holiday read- Beyond Mercy... more

  • Work of Love by Ann Streetman 7/25/2013 9:36:05 AM
    Writing "The Victrola" was a work of love for me. Although it is fictional, it is loosely based on my grandmother "Mammy," whom I adored. She, like the woman in this 1920s short story, did not have an easy life, but she knew who she was and how to ma... more

  • Tutankhamen Speaks by Cheryl Carpinello 7/23/2013 8:16:16 AM
    I'm excited to announce the publication of my short historical fiction Tutankhamen Speaks . When we visited Egypt in 2008, I fell in love with and lost part of my soul to Egypt. Since then, I've read all that I can, fiction a... more

  • Serial: Hawkins County Chapter 2 - 1970's Americana by Steven M Ulmen 7/21/2013 11:40:46 AM
    "Hawkins County" has a dual story line until well into the second act. You have already met Pat O'Connor, the delinquent teenage boy on the run from the law. The premise of his story line: Can Pat O'Connor continue to elude capture by law enforcement... more

  • Serial: "Hawkins County" Chapter 2 - 1970's Nostalgic Americana by Steven M Ulmen 7/16/2013 4:18:33 PM
    "Hawkins County" has a dual story line until well into the second act. You have already met Pat O'Connor, the delinquent teenage boy on the run from the law. The premise of his story line: Can Pat O'Connor continue to elude capture by law enforcement... more

  • The Devil's Path available at WH Smith by Richard Turner 7/16/2013 6:39:25 AM
    A Long Hidden Secret. An Unseen Enemy. A Dangerous Quest for the Truth. Pulled into a deadly world of espionage, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Scott soon discovers that he has entered a struggle against murderous and implacable foes, who w... more

  • The Last Eagle by Richard Turner 7/15/2013 7:40:14 AM
    good day all, My latest novel - The Last Eagle - has been released today. A Forgotten Secret. A Lethal Enemy. A Deadly Race against the Odds. Pulled into a lethal game of cat and mouse, Captain Christopher Sheppa... more

  • Serial: "Hawkins County" Chapter 2 - Nostalgic 1970's Americana by Steven M Ulmen 7/11/2013 10:25:33 AM
    "Hawkins County" does for the 1970's what "Stand By Me" did for the 1950's "Hawkins County" has a dual story line until well into the second act. You have already met Pat O'Connor, the delinquent teenage boy on the run from the law. The prem... more

  • Writing is more like a marathon than a sprint by Richard Turner 7/10/2013 8:07:40 AM
    When I sat down to begin writing my first novel, I had no idea how long the process would be from inception to publication. Had I known that, for me, it would take years, I am not sure I would have been so enthusiastic as I was when I began. The... more

  • Serial: "Hawkins County Chapter 2 - 1970's Americana Nostalgia by Steven M Ulmen 7/7/2013 4:21:18 PM
    CONTINUED CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT OF JACK JOHNSON Esther approached her youngest and stood before him, admiringly. She brushed his gown with her hands and stepped back. "Let's get a look at you, Jackie." Jack stood straight and tall, which mea... more

  • Serial: "Hawkins County" Chapter 2 - 1970's Americana by Steven M Ulmen 7/6/2013 4:42:16 PM
    "Hawkins County" has a dual story line until well into the second act. You have already met Pat O'Connor, the delinquent teenage boy on the run from the law. The premise of his story line: Can Pat O'Connor continue to elude capture by law enforcement... more

  • Serial: "Hawkins County" Chapter 2 - Nostalgic 1970's Americana by Steven M Ulmen 7/2/2013 5:23:39 PM
    Serial: "Hawkins County" Chapter 2 - Nostalgic 1970's Americana "Hawkins County" has a dual story line until well into the second act. You have already met Pat O'Connor, the delinquent teenage boy on the run from the law. The premise of his story... more

  • Serial: "Hawkins County" Chapter 2 - Nostalgic 1970's Americana by Steven M Ulmen 7/1/2013 3:51:48 PM
    CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT OF JACK JOHNSON "Had quite a couple beers before," Adam croaked. "Now I gotta go to the can so bad my teeth are floating." "As this, the 54th graduating class ceremony draws to a close, bear in mind that ... more

  • The Devil's Path by Richard Turner 7/1/2013 10:31:27 AM
    My first book was released today by Aventura Ebookstore http://www.aventuraebookstore.com/index.php?app=ecom&ns=prodshow&ref=0000000035GB... more

  • Serial: "Hawkins County" Chapter 2 - Nostalgic 1970s Americana by Steven M Ulmen 6/22/2013 10:05:10 AM
    "Hawkins County" has a dual story line until well into the second act. You have already met Pat O'Connor, the delinquent teenage boy on the run from the law. The premise of his story line: Can Pat O'Connor continue to elude capture by law enforc... more

  • Getting in the spirit... by Annette V Hart 6/19/2013 1:38:13 AM
    As well as listening to speeches and music, watching films and poring over photographs, I've now given myself an authentic 'bob' haircut. Suddenly fed-up with my longer hair, (it's been muggy recently), I chopped it all off myself!... more

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