Counting Crows

Stories of Love, Laughter and Loss
By Spencer Hatton

Retired journalist Spencer Hatton has written a book of short stories entitled Counting Crows: Stories of Love, Laughter and Loss. He writes with skill, humor and sadness about issues such as family illnesses and deaths, personal triumphs and the remarkable lives of people that most...

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Rescue Me

Tales of Rescuing the Dogs Who Became Our Teachers, Healers, and Always Faithful Friends
By Val Silver

Rescue Me by Val Silver is a remarkable book about rescue animals, primarily dogs. The book focuses on several true stories which are each very different. In most cases, each dog rescued and saved comes with a lot of baggage. Yet, it is the dog...

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I Met A Goat On The Road

And other stories of life on this hill
By Denele Pitts Campbell

I Met a Goat on the Road and Other Stories about Life on this Hill is an anthology of short stories by Denele Pitts Campbell. The love she feels for the land where she's lived for over thirty-five years comes through in every well-chosen word....

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Spookiest Lighthouses

Discover America's MOST Haunted Lighthouses
By Terrance Zepke

Spookiest Lighthouses by Terrance Zepke is an intriguing informational book which introduces the reader to historical landmarks, some architectural buildings and information, as well as a paranormal concept. Most readers love tales full of exciting facts, history, and a good background story. The author provides...

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The Lighter Side of Yellow

By Bobby Bazoo

Passengers in a yellow taxi can be a trip. Bobby Bazoo, in The Lighter Side Of Yellow, explores the dark and silly world of nighttime cab driving. The book has 27 chapters with short, pithy titles which highlight his experiences. He plays the radio as...

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Tales of a Rookie Rancher

Volume 1
By Robert B. Hamilton

In Tales of a Rookie Rancher Volume 1, Robert B. Hamilton retells some of his funniest moments in the forty years that he has been running their farm. Videos of stallions, auctions of horses, breeding, and many other stories about farming and animals will surely...

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The Reality of the Supernatural

Hauntings, Miracles and Life after Death
By Demetra S. Gerontakis

The Reality of the Supernatural by Demetra S. Gerontakis is a collection of stories about paranormal phenomena with true experiences of everyday people. Some individual experiences are accompanied by scientific explanations, as well as cultural and religious analysis on the matter of supernatural incidence. I...

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I.T. Confidential

By C.D. Rahm

I.T. Confidential by C.D. Rahm is a peek into the I.T. world that speaks of the inside stories. The book is peppered with fun and humor which makes it light reading. The I.T. industry and the work etiquette is spoken about in detail. All the chapters...

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Can Butterflies Cry?

By Pam McCagh

With the title based on the story of a special girl named Mandy, psychic medium and author Pam McCagh continues her dictations of stories from the other side with Can Butterflies Cry? through her gift of Automatic Writing. There are also personal stories from her...

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A Trip to the Hardware Store & Other Calamities

Quirky Essays for Quirky People
By Barbara Venkataraman

A Trip to the Hardware Store & Other Calamities by Barbara Venkataraman is a book of short stories that reflect on her family and some of her quirks, and ideas. I love love loved this book! I felt like I was listening to a dear...

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