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Where Were You? (2010)

by Rob Walker

The latest in an ongoing series of notations concerning high-profile or otherwise notable deaths. Since 1992 have I recorded “where I was” when I learned about such passings, along with whatever thoughts...

Bakery Blues

by The Giggler

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work in the bakery at your local supermarket? Bakery Blues is a true telling of my year as a bakery clerk for The Safeway Corporation. I went into the bakery excited...

Flushing Fish

by Andrew Priddy

Ebook Description A non-fiction work depicting the life and experiences of a boy turned teenager in violent West Africa. Humor alongside brutality and survival. The story moves on to recovery from alcohol addiction,...

The eighteen letters

by luis antonio freire

I'm happy to be presenting here, some letters, written to my sons, telling some stories of my life, before they were born.

An Experience of Working in Africa

by Antoine BAVE-CROULARD

The story of a work experience the author had, as a student, in a public works company located in a Frenchspeaking African country just before it became independent. He writes about his life as an expat, who...

Someone waited for me somewhere

by Christina

What is it ? Its my life. What ? Nothing, just my life I mean, part of it... I sure hope it is not over yet, Cause I love it you know!

The Making of the Whiz Kid

by Rick Umali

This is an autobiography that I wrote for the 7th grade. It's not a great read. It's full of elementary school hubris and strange changes in verb tense. I left all that in there, because in the end the "voice"...

THE BASSMAN COMETH

by Alan Annand

My night with Margaret Atwood: Hapless university graduate student in 1975 ruins famous Canadian author's poetry reading.

Author, Author!

by UAlbany Magazine - Fall 2010

Whether they write solo, with spouses and colleagues – or with their pets! – University at Albany alumni put their own unique spin on the literary world.

A Second Chance

by L. Blakes

Nicole Gonzales was only 2 days old when she was abandoned by her mother. Social Services found her 2 weeks later, and she was nearly dead. Nicole's mother had a record for child neglect with her 4 other children....

Breaking Free

by Denis C. Hickey

Why would a man who has everything leave? Denis Hickey, a successful Silicon Valley businessman at the peak of his career, trades his Mercedes for a backpack and travels the world for a year. A year that would...

Back from the Abyss: The Autobiography of a Low-Bottom Alky

by Kieran Doherty

In Back From the Abyss, Kieran Doherty takes the reader along on the wild ride that was his life. With a voice reminiscent of Pete Hamill's in A Drinking Life and a childhood as tough as Frank McCourt's in Angela's...

Character of Ali Ibn Abi Talib

by Ayatullah Murtada Mutahhari - XKP

The law of "attraction and repulsion" is a law which holds sway throughout the entire order of creation. From the point of view of the scientific school of today, man is quite sure that not a single atom of...

The Sources of Spring Water in the World

by Mohammad Amin Sheikho

What is the spirit? where is the center of its existence? and what is its function? what is the soul? where is the center of its existence? and what is its function? what is the thought? where does it exist?...

The Spirit of Japan

by Rabindranath Tagore

THE SPIRIT OF JAPAN, A LECTURE BY RABINDRANATH TAGORE, Delivered for the Students of the Private Colleges of Tokyo and the Members of the Indo-Japanese Association, at the Keio Gijuku University.

Rumble Yell: Discovering America's Biggest Bike Ride

by Brian David Bruns

RUMBLE YELL is the hilarious new book about RAGBRAI®. Finally enthusiasts, armchair cyclists, and adventure widows can live the full experience. No sweat. No lube. Just laughs. The world’s biggest bike ride....

Jan Does Europe - the e-book!

by Rev. Dr. Jude Arnold

JAN DOES EUROPE includes two books based on the journals of the late Janet Kay Arnold. JAN: A DEVOTIONAL, is the composite of years 1979–1990 in this beautiful woman's life. JAN DOES EUROPE is the diary Jan...

The Stovepipe

by Bonnie Virag

Bonnie, age four, along with four of her siblings, was taken by force from her home in rural Canada and placed in the care of the Children's Aid Society. Over the next fourteen years, the children are split...

Enjoy Your Life

by Geoff Pridham

Enjoy Your Life is an easy-to-read guide to living happily and well. You will learn how to take charge of your life, how to guide your feelings and the way to follow your good and great dreams. Enjoy Your Life...

Fatimah Al-Ma`sumah (as): A Role Model for Men and Women

by Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Fadlullah - XKP

The beloved daughter of the Holy Prophet (saww), a role model for men and women. The aim of this book is to create admiration for her uncompromising protest and stance, and sympathy for the injustice she suffered....