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SURREAL REALITY: An endless journey between the brush strokes by various

In taking on the project, Paul, Gabriel, his agent, and myself are obviously hoping that this book will increase awareness surrounding an undoubtedly talented artist. He deserves the acknowledgements that will arrive very soon, I am sure of that, and to be part of his future success story is indeed a great honor.
From Paul, Gabriel, and myself, I sincerely hope his story will touch you, and his paintings mesmerize you, just like I have been mesmerized by many of his superb works.
It...


Italy Invades by various

Italy Invades, full of restless adventurers, canny generals, and the occasional scoundrel, is a fastpaced and compelling read, the perfect sequel to America Invades.
Recreating their success with America Invades, Christopher Kelly and Stuart Laycock take another global tour, this time starting from Italy and exploring that country's military involvements throughout the ancient and modern worlds. From the empire building of the Romans, through the globespanning Age of Exploration, to the...


The Haunting of Natalie Bradford, Inspired by TRUE EVENTS: Part by L. Sydney Fisher

On December 21, 1974, Liz Bradford was murdered in the front parking lot of the prestigious Rex Plaza located in Elvis Presley's hometown of Tupelo, Mississippi. Her husband, Devon Bradford was also involved in the shooting and transported to North Mississippi Medical Center where he underwent surgery and first crossed Natalie Houston's path. She was his operating room nurse that night, and she had no idea that within three years she would be married to a killer. Haunted by the ghost of...


Drink, Drank, Drunk by Bill Stokes

Thirtyeight years ago I wrote a “Drink, Drank, Drunk,” series of six articles for the Milwaukee Journal in which I used my personal experience with booze along with pointing out the stranglehold the beer/booze industry has in formulating our absurd collective relationship with alcohol. Incredibly, a recent review of those articles leads to the inevitable and unfortunate conclusion that with only minor changes for updating statistics they could have been written yesterday.
Never in my...


African Ways by Valerie Poore

This is the story of a young woman’s first encounters with rural South Africa. Coming from the allmodcons society of Britain at the beginning of the 1980’s, the author is literally transplanted to a farm in the foothills of the Drakensberg mountains in what is now Kwazulu Natal.
Once there, she finds her feet in the ways of Africa
with the help of a charming, elderly Dutch couple,
an appealing but wily African farm hand, his practical and motherly daughter and a wise and...


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