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When Adam Street arrives in the small desert town of Burgundy on his Harley, he likes it and decides to stay. It seems as good a place as any to try to escape his past. Adam is the result of a secret government-run genetic experiment. He was born to the world with some rare qualities; among them supernatural strength and speed, including heightened natural senses. When he was old enough to understand that his purpose in life was to take lives, he wanted no part of it and escaped the scientific c facility (The Campus) that held him. As Adam establishes himself in Burgundy, he begins to build a new life, with new purpose, and good friends. But his creators want him back and will stop at nothing to regain their investment, sending an elite team of agents to retrieve him. The townspeople have other ideas and are willing to fight to see that he remains at liberty. In this novel, a genetically engineered being with exceptional powers wants to live a normal life. He settles in a small town of good people in hopes of building a new life – until his creators track him down.
About the Author
David Franklin Tibbetts went to Brigham Young University and Utah Valley Community College (now Utah Valley University). He graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Theatre Studies from UVCC. He went on to the University of Utah, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in the performing arts (Theatre Studies). He is the author of many unpublished short stories and screen plays and has begun several novels, and sequels to Making Monsters, which he hopes to have published soon. David lives with his beautiful wife, Sue, in the small town of Tremonton, Utah, where they spend most of their summer in the saddle of a Harley-Davidson.$2.99–$23.00
Mara is a teenager who likes to read. She always thought it would be fun to pretend to be one of the characters in a book. A new one was on the market and came recommended. Her interest was activated, and she bought the book. Once her chores were done, she climbed to the attic and began to read. She heard the caution, watch what you wish for, yet moved forward anyhow.
About the Book:
Sharron L. Ensign is a published author and spends her time writing in her home state. She enjoys reading, traveling, and meeting new people. Her dream is to be able to travel some of the world where she has not been before. She is a published, as an author, international poet where she received an award, and short story writer. Her book is available to blind people via the Montana Library. An invite to an International book show was presented and she attended. Now it is time to return to writing.$2.99–$13.96
She wore shiny red spiked open toed extremely high heels. I guess to look taller than her five-foot
frame. These shoes not acceptable for work attire and would be destructive if someone stepped on
your foot or used them as a weapon. However, this endearing woman who came to help me raise my
children was too impressive for me to notice. Her name Mnemosyne, how impressive a soft woman
with a silky dress and a gentle disposition, I could not have wished for a better nanny than what she
About the Author:
My name is Michelle Vermon-Vondra. I published two poetry books under the pen name Shelly V
Vondra that were my first creations. One was My Life in A Nutshell and the other Pancakes for Sasha.
They explain life growing up with my family, friends and children. I am publishing my first short story,
Nanny in Prada, in hopes that my readers will be interested in my abilities to write fictional short stories. This story is based on events in my life, but fictional to keep my readers interest. I am thrilled to have this opportunity to keep the readers I have and introduce myself to any new readers of interest. I am a mother of three children that are now grown and accomplished and love writing fictional based short stories. You will find I love getting to the point and find that writing a novel will be my focus someday in the future. Thank you for reading!$2.99–$5.67
The story set in modern-day (early 2007) Metropolitan Atlanta (Atlanta and Riverdale, Georgia) and details the one-on-one interview with a mysterious, enigmatic, middle-aged man, who proves to have been a real person, documented a having been born in a Louisiana Creole French town around 1844. The author interviews the stranger, discovering certain supernatural abilities. Recollections of past events of both gentlemen intersect in time and space, a unique message—the stranger, insisting that one should never remove life’s fragile and
necessary cornerstones. Then, just as bizarre as the mystery man appeared, he disappears.
About the Author:
The author, Byron Marcellɵ Coleman, born the year Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka was decided, is a self-employed independent business consultant, educator and accomplished gardener. His passion is to celebrate his understanding that mankind is a marvelous creation and that “…Through his (mankind’s) mind he can leap oceans, break through walls, and transcend the categories of time and space.” His interests include: History, the arts, music, genealogy and ‘growing stuff.’$18.61–$39.49
Several months have passed since the harrowing adventure and near fatal mission to once again save the Earth. Jim Lexington and Primus have been working hard to correct the devastation left behind by Legion and help things on earth return to normal. Now, they become entangled in a deviant and dangerous situation as a new adversary devises a plot to capture the SS Lexington. Jim and his wife, Sarah, along with One and Primus must handle this adversary while an even more sinister and deadly device, left behind by Legion, once again threatens the very existence of earth and the entire solar system. The danger is great and the consequences become even greater, once again leaving it to Jim, Primus and One to correct. But, this time everyone’s survival is not only in great peril in many ways, it is a matter of Time as well!
About the Author
Joe D’Aulerio after releasing his first two books in the 5-star epic series of intrigue and adventure, Primus-One, has release this third adventure in this ongoing series. A former KSC employee, Joe loves talking about his days at the Space Center and the biggest point he likes to make is how we can come together and accomplish almost anything if we really set our minds to it, like landing a man on the moon and returning him safely back to earth and yes even authoring a novel also. Joe currently resides with his wife in Central Florida.$2.99–$20.00
Several Months have passed since the harrowing adventure and near fatal mission to save the planet that left Jim Lexington in need of some rest, but now he returns to find mischief, intrigue and danger. Jim and Sarah encounter a talented flamboyant and somewhat rebellious young lady, Samantha Slate, who falls victim to the power of a second Centurion, but instead of succeeding in a successful matching it places her at deaths door. Once again, the planet is placed in peril and Jim must now rescue Samantha, and undo the deadly mischief of the Centurion that ends up putting him at the edge of death!
About the author:
Joe D’Aulerio, A former KSC worker and who lives in Florida with his wife, enjoys writing science fiction. As a science fiction writer Joe’s interests are not the violence and destruction people have come to expect but showing the innocence, naivety and comedy as well as the intelligence, adventure, thrill and sorrow a good story can tell.$3.99–$35.49
Purple Blues opens a window into the varieties of language used by a community, and offers a taste of the rich culture that identifies them as uniquely Caribbean. Tales of childhood discovery and
sibling rivalry evoke echoes of a cherished past and nostalgia for the ‘good old days’. The lighthearted playfulness that pervades the collection is punctuated by stark, often painful, reality which jolts the reader and triggers a visceral response, while the short-shorts command the readers’ attention for a moment and invite them to return to savour the experience, to laugh or cry again or simply to ponder.
About the Author:
Esther O’Neale was born in Grenada and has been a teacher and teacher educator for most of her life. She is a graduate of Sir George Williams University (B.A. in Sociology and Applied Social
Science) and Manhattan College (M.A. in Education) and has served in several Caribbean countries in the area of education. She has published De Red Petticoat, Sunday Morning and is the senior
author of Caribbean English.$2.99–$12.32
Inspired by her horoscope’s prediction of an “abundant future” in a new job, Sylvia the 18-year-old daughter of a single mother is hired second cook at Bermuda’s Ravello Gardens Guesthouse.
Edith Thompson, the tight fisted spinster who owns the guesthouse, sends Sylvia to the Hamilton market everyday to purchase the food her cook requires for the evening meal.
During her daily trips to the city, Sylvia runs into Annie Craig, an old acquaintance who once dated Edith Thompson’s brother. When the librarian suggests Sylvia might be related to the Thompson family because of her freckles, she sets out to find her father.
About the Author:
Before leaving his home in Bermuda to enter Ryerson’s School of Journalism, Ernest
waited on tables at the Belmont Manor Hotel, serving such notables as Jennifer Jones, Robert
Newton, Eugene O’Neill, Somerset Maughm, Sir David Meek and host of others.
During the course of his studies he interviewed many celebrities for the college newspaper.
Former heavyweight Joe Louis, Crooner Billy Daniels, singers Billy Daniels, singers Bill Kenny of of the Ink Spots, Ethel Waters, Nellie Lutcher and Vic Damone were among the lot.
Hired by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation he was their first black reporter and
Covered many events in and out the country for 36 years. He also taught broadcast
Journalism at John Abbott College. Ernest was named a “Headliner” by Ryerson University’s
School of Journalism for making a mark in his journalism career.$12.78
In a period which served as a precursor to the Wild West, the rebellious Weesatch Sixsmith rode into the Republic of Texas with his bounty hunting partner, and fellow ex-Dragon, Wendell Sykes. As they attempt to settle into the newly established territory, they discover that this is a land to which many other misfits and outlaws are drawn. With the help of a colorful host of characters, including a discrete Voodoo priestess, a sly card shark, and a half Irish Comanche chief with a penchant for show and tell, the bounty hunters hazard into second guessing a maniacal killer marauding his way towards the border. In a chaotic chain of events, the situation becomes tense and dire. Will they bring this ruthless roustabout to justice? And if so, will it be before he wreaks unfathomable havoc for those in his path?
About the Author
Randall C. Von Hartman has written several books of poetry and prose, short fiction, and novels. As a free-thinking, misanthropic outcast, he is proud of having paid his own way through the five different colleges/universities he has attended (although he is a staunch supporter of education being provided by the state), and he absolutely hates the pretentiousness and poposity that typically results from so much schooling. Unable to stay put for too long, he is a traveler and currently resides somewhere on the globe…this much we know.$11.53
IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE MUSIC IS MAJESTIC. A WORLD HIGHLY INFLUENCED BY LYRICS. IN THIS WORLD, SOCIAL STRUCTURE, CULTURE, ETHICS, AND MORALS WERE DICTATED BY THE BEAT OF A DRUM, BY CHORDS ON THE PIANO, THE ROARING OF A GUITAR RIFT, THE THUMP OF THE BASS, THE ORGANIC MELODY OF THE ORGAN, AND THE SEDUCTION OF A SMOOTH SOUNDING SAXOPHONE. FROM INCEPTION (MANY OF US WERE CONCEIVED VIA THE HYPNOTIC EFFECT OF MUSIC) WE LOVE MUSIC, ITS RHYTHMIC MOTION CAUSES US TO SWAY BACK AND FORTH, AND DANCE A TWO-STEP THROUGH LIFE. THEN AFTER LIFE'S DANCE WE ARE USHERED INTO THE AFTER-WORLD ACCOMPANIED BY MUSIC AND LYRICS.
INSIDE THE WORLD OF “THE BAND: AN INSTRUMENT FOR CONTROL,” THE READERS ARE INTRODUCED TO A PARALLEL UNIVERSE. THE UNIVERSE IS AN ONTOLOGICAL CONSCIOUSNESS, WHERE A DOUBLE-ENTENDRE LACED STORY IS CENTERED AROUND MUSIC, LYRICS, AND CHURCH HISTORY. THE READERS ARE INVITED TO EMBRACE THE SURFACE DIALOGUE OR ENGAGE IN THE THEOLOGICAL DEBATE (HIDDEN WITHIN) PERTAINING TO THE FORMATION OF THE CHURCH DURING THE REIGN OF CONSTANTINE AND THE EFFECTS OF AN EMPIRE CONTROLLED CHURCH. CONTINGENT UPON YOUR LOVE AFFAIR WITH MUSIC OR YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF CHURCH HISTORY; THE LYRICS WITHIN CAN BE INSIGHTFUL, INFORMATIVE, OR INSPIRATIONAL.
About the Author:
Deon King is the husband of Georgetta King for 29 years. He is the father of three children, Passion, Naomi, and Matthew; three grandchildren, King, Leila (Ya-Ya}, and Prince. He graduated from Beulah Heights University (B.A., Biblical Education}, Clark Atlanta University (M.L.I.S., Master of Library and Information Studies}, and The Interdenominational Theological Center (M. Div. Master of Divinity).$8.50