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  • Bob Ickey Doesn’t Scare Me Anymore

    Bob Ickey Doesn’t Scare Me Anymore

    Always be brave, know who your friends are, and remember you are loved and you will make it through anything.

    Author Bio:

    Jolene is a mother of 2 and a grandmother of 2. She is still living happily with David and still writing, turning her life into poetry and short stories.

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    Confessions of a Substitute Teacher

    Discover the untold stories of being a sub.

    There are many reasons to become a substitute teacher, such as flexible hours, and almost no teaching experience necessary. Substitute teachers also have relatively few non-work responsibilities and the ability to choose the age group of students to teach.

    However, all that may not be the case. In this book by John Barr Jr., personal experiences of a substitute teacher are shared to readers who wish to know more about what it’s like to be a sub to a classroom filled with raucous students.

    Do you think you can be a substitute teacher? Then you might want to check this book out!

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  • The Jaws of Agnes

    The Jaws of Agnes

    The Jaws of Agnes is a historical novel, documentary, and satire about hurricane Agnes. It describes the hurricane that flooded Elmira, New York, and adjacent towns in mid-June, 1972.

    Edgar Biamonte is an accomplished musician, educator and writer. As a pianist, he has been professionally performing in restaurants and various occasions since he was 18 years old. He joined the 686th Air Force Band as a beginning pianist in 1950. After being honorably discharged, he and his band toured Europe with Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, Rhonda Fleming and Ava Gardner during the Christmas season of 1952. He received his B.A. in English from Queens College, Flushing, New York in 1961 and his M.S. in Education from Elmira College Graduate School, Elmira, New York in 1968. He taught English, including poetry and creative writing at Southside High School in Elmira from 1962 until he retired in 1985. Over 100 of his 325 poems were published in literary magazines and many won or placed in various contests. Among his works are Window of Eternity, a life/death book published by Ashley Books in 1984 and Window to Eternity, a sequel published by Balboa Press in May 2012. He also wrote four novels and a collection of short stories. He eventually became an accomplished jazz pianist and composer and soloed on several Carnival Cruise ships and “Mariner of the Seas,” Royal Caribbean Line. He still plays piano professionally and appears on the Internet under edgarbiamonte.com. Currently, he is a resident of Hemlock Farms since he moved from Miami in 2002. He has three sons, one daughter, two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

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    What Your Local Department Store Doesn’t Want You To Know

    This book is about adamant shoppers, shoppers while no matter what the situation is or what it looks like, they will make the best of it.  They want a bargain at any cost, and by all means the department stores are not going to take all of the clothes that have been tried on many and many times, purchased, returned, and put back on the racks on the floor with a sign saying “SALE” USED CLOTHING.  If they did that they would not sell many clothing with the idea of new clothes for sale.

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