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Read excerpt from Life in Phnom Penh Life in Phnom Penh by Leonie Campbell
Life in this turbulent city is always interesting; the diverse culture, the political violence and the smiling faces of the people who only want to live in peace.To explore South East Asia, to meet the people opens your eyes to a richness of spirituality which is lost in the Western world...
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Life With My American Family: By Kibiki Ntanta by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A teenaged girl from Tanzania, Africa, is staying with a family in America for the school year. She writes about American culture, clothing, foods, and the upcoming Christmas holiday...
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Lord concerts part 1 by Tony May Sr.
Finding a voice .. searching for a way to say what I feel, think,comprehend, and understand what I strive to know..
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Los Vascos en el Oeste Bonaerense por Alberto E Azcona by Bilingual MCA poets & writers for peace
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Louisiana's Thoughts And Musings, Crawfish Festival 2011! (5/7/'11) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana Sandusky writes from the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, where she and a good portion of her large family are in attendance...
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Louisiana's Thoughts And Musings: Post Crawfish Festival Thoughts. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana and family, recuperating from the doings of the Crawfish Festival, is taking it easy. Louisiana writes her thoughts down in her journal while waiting for Bill to bring back some pizza...
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Louisiana's Thoughts And Musings: Getting Ready For LeCajun ... (8/16/10) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana and her brood are getting ready to leave for Louisiana tomorrow; they are going to be attending the annual LeCajun Music Festival in Lafayette. As you can imagine, she and her family are looking forward to it. Image of sun shining through trees (C) 2010, by Karla Dorman...
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Louisiana's Thoughts And Musings: Festival Fun, Cajun Style! (5/5/'13) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana Sandusky writes direct from the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana...
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Louisiana's Thoughts And Musings: It's Nearly Crawfish Festival Time! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Louisiana and her family are headed down to Louisiana for the annual Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival in Breaux Bridge; they go every year (plus Breaux Bridge is where Louisiana was born)...
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Love Has No Color by shirley patterson
This is the story about an interracial love affair that grew strong and intense, nothing could keep them apart. Until one late night Shaylan's heart was shattered when tragedy unfold...
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Love Notes on a Dish Towel by Rosalynn Moore
How one friend is bringing back New Orleans...
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Luna and the Gypsies by Lilly H
this is the 1st chapter of a book i'm writing about a poor girl who leads the gypsies...i may put up more of the story later if enough people ask me to..
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M'Buti Writes...Her Journalings, Continued (For Karla With Much Love!) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
M'Buti has some time to write in her journal while her younger children are taking their afternoon naps and her oldest son and husband are outside, swimming...
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M'Buti Writes...More Musings From M'Buti by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
M'Buti writes in her journal, as a way to alleviate a slow day at work. She is bored, and the weather isn't helping...
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M'Buti's Musings (August 4, 2007) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
M'Buti Sormiento takes some time from her busy life to write in her journal...
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Maaju's Story, Continued. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Maaju Olef Jaegger continues his story. He is 21 years old and has MS...
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Maasai Awakening by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Somethin's not right. I awaken, but things seem...different. I'm not at home. At least I don't think I'm at home...too dark to tell. Ah. Thunder. That explains it...the storm must have knocked out the power. Where am I?? The air is close. Really sticky. I hate it..
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Mad-Skills. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A teenage boy looks to break dancing to deal with his anger about life...
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Maddy's Journal (Sarah L Tagert's Write) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
A young Hebrew girl is sent to America in hopes of walking again. She lost both of her parents to the middle east conflict.....
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Maddy's Journal (Sarah L Tagerts Write) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Dear Diary, Today was not as bad as I had expected it to me. First thing in the morning, they took me upstairs for an MRI, which was scary because of all the noise and I didn't care too much for the confined space but it wasn't more than I could take. ..
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Maddy's Journal: (Sarah L Tagert's Piece) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Despite what's she's going through, Susie has kept her sense of humor. Today, she gave everyone nicknames from "Lord Of The Rings". That started when she told Rebekah Rachel she was going to start calling her "Legolas" (only she said Leg O Less) and Rebekah Rachel said ..
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Maikken's Story. (Part Four) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Maikken Volkenstaad updates us on her life...
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Maikken's Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ingrid Schoenfeldter's sister, Maikken, shares her story...
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Maikken's Story. (Part Three) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Maikken Volkenstaad of Norway updates us on her life...
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Maikken's Story. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Maikken Volkenstaad updates us on her life. Image (C) 2005, Karla Dorman...
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Makes Me Wanna Holla': Sticky's Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young Hispanic boy living in the projects in a big city shares his story. Image (c) 2009, by Karla Dorman...
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Makeshift Sidewalks by Verne Washington
A short story of a typical routine day in Costa Rica...
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Read excerpt from Making Faces at My Sergeant Making Faces at My Sergeant by James Samdavid1
Making faces while on patrol All names used are real in this true story. ..
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 1 by Sandra Mushi
Manka The Woman-child is the first book of series of novellas written for teenage girls and young adults. The series will be stories about five African young girls of coming of age in a village, in the outskirts of Tanzania. The series tell of young adolescents struggling to discover themselves, w..
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 10 by Sandra Mushi
Maria gets paranoid .....
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 11 by Sandra Mushi
Ikunda's concerns about her husband's infedility .....
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 12 by Sandra Mushi
Ikunda anticipates leaving .....
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 13 by Sandra Mushi
The village is in a state of chaos .....
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Mechela: The Story Continues by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Tomorrow is Friday. We will have the weekend off of school, but we will work hard at home...
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View Photo of Medicine of a Tree Read excerpt from Medicine of a Tree Medicine of a Tree by Dan Barden
A Cherokee grandfather reminds his grandaughter of the importance of roots..
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 2 by Sandra Mushi
Chapter 2 of Manka The Woman-child. This is the first book of series of novellas written for teenage girls and young adults. The series will be stories about five African young girls of coming of age in a village, in the outskirts of Tanzania. The series tell of young adolescents struggling to disc..
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 3 by Sandra Mushi
Chapter 3 of Manka The Woman-child. This is the first book of series of novellas written for teenage girls and young adults. The series will be stories about five African young girls of coming of age in a village, in the outskirts of Tanzania. The series tell of young adolescents struggling to disco..
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 4 by Sandra Mushi
Chapter 4 of Manka The Woman-child. This is the first book of series of novellas written for teenage girls and young adults. The series will be stories about five African young girls of coming of age in a village, in the outskirts of Tanzania. The series tell of young adolescents struggling to disco..
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 5 by Sandra Mushi
Chapter 5 of Manka The Woman-child. This is the first book of series of novellas written for teenage girls and young adults. The series will be stories about five African young girls of coming of age in a village, in the outskirts of Tanzania. The series tell of young adolescents struggling to disco..
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 6 by Sandra Mushi
Chapter 6 of Manka The Woman-child. This is the first book of series of novellas written for teenage girls and young adults. The series will be stories about five African young girls of coming of age in a village, in the outskirts of Tanzania. The series tell of young adolescents struggling to disco..
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 7 by Sandra Mushi
Manka meets the notorius Dubya .....
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 8 by Sandra Mushi
Ikunda leaves her husband .....
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Manka The Woman-child --- Chapter 9 by Sandra Mushi
Manka meets Maria who has run away from home .....
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Marcelo's Story. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young Mexican-American man with a disability shares his story...
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Mariems Life: A Step Back by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I live in the Bannai Village, and we are called cliff dwellers because our buildings are nearing the cliffs, and people wonder why we choose this way, and how children can survive when your house is on a cliff, but children learn young to be careful. Here childhood is not as long as I would like it..
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Maritu's Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young girl from Africa shares her story...
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Maritu's Story. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Maritu, aged 12, updates us on her life. She lives in Africa, in the country of Sudan. Image (c) 2010, by Karla Dorman...
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Married At The Age of Eight: Nahjaad's Story. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young girl is forced into marriage and has to provide for her much older husband, even though she is only eight years old...
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Married At The Age Of Eight: Nahjaad's Story. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Nahjaad is still scared for her very life, a life full of abuse and uncertainty. Image of storm clouds (C) 2010, by Karla Dorman...
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Read excerpt from Marry in the Month of May Marry in the Month of May by Frances Spiegel
A look at the superstitions and traditions surrounding marriage...
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