Tag: united states

A Pound of Flesh

A Pound of Flesh

| April 8, 2017

Harold and Wendy have been through everything together. Married for over thirty years, the parents of two loving daughters, their love has survived every test and overcome every challenge. So far. A knock at the door unleashes the biggest test yet. An aggressive, depraved evil plunges them into a world where death and separation may […]

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Viva La Revolution! (The Adventures Of Big Buddy And Little Buddy Book 3)

Viva La Revolution! (The Adventures Of Big Buddy And Little Buddy Book 3)

| April 6, 2017

The Dynamic Duo Meet George Washington, But Why Is He So Unhappy? ? Read this fully illustrated comic for FREE on Kindle unlimited – Download Now! ? Can The American Revolution Be Saved? In order to make sure they haven’t caused any damage to the timelines from their previous adventure, Big Buddy creates a portable […]

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Sugar, Stamps & Tea: The Objects That Made America (Bite Sized History Book 1)

Sugar, Stamps & Tea: The Objects That Made America (Bite Sized History Book 1)

| March 30, 2017

Most people think of history as a subject they were forced to attend in school or some old guy with wooden teeth and a bad wig. There’s stories about governments passing laws and people making grand speeches, but people don’t really have a connection with that nowadays. When you think back to the American Revolution […]

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Groovin’: Horses, Hopes, and Slippery Slopes

Groovin’: Horses, Hopes, and Slippery Slopes

| March 28, 2017

“What a fun romp!”  “Drugs, free love, broken hearts, and road trips aplenty” “Nostalgic bedtime stories for grown-ups” “Easy to read and hard to put down!” In this delightful coming-of-age memoir, Rich Israel takes off on a journey of self-discovery during the late 1960s. Eschewing societal norms, he hitchhikes across the country, tries his hand […]

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The 9/11 Machine

The 9/11 Machine

| December 27, 2016

Dr. Donald Ellis lost everything on 9/11. He lost his wife and daughter in the south tower of the World Trade Center. But while others grieved, or plotted revenge, Dr. Ellis threw himself into a long-dormant research project. He traded his lab at the University of New York for an ugly riverfront warehouse in Brooklyn. […]

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