After All These Years Hometown Memories Book 1

Note to Readers Dear Friends, After All These Years was originally published in 1984, and as you will see, I dedicated it to my parents "because this one is special." Even after this much time, it remains very dear to me; ...

Author: Kathleen Gilles Seidel

Publisher: ePublishing Works!

ISBN: 9781614177265

Category: Fiction

Page: 350

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Curry James knows how to cope with being left alone. Still living in the same white farmhouse where she grew up, Curry watched those closest to her leave--her parents by tragic death, her husband to war, and her best friend, Tom, who walked away because he couldn't deal with being left alive. Then one day, without warning, Tom returns. Curry appears as down-to-earth as she ever was, but her survival has come at a cost and now it's up to Tom to help Curry re-open her heart to life's joy. AWARDS: RITA winner, Best Single Title Contemporary Maggie Award of Excellence, Best Mainstream Romance Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Contemporary Romance REVIEWS: "This book abounds with characters that live and breathe and mesmerize the reader." ~Romantic Times "...well-crafted love story that transcends... extremely satisfying... literate, humorous, and insightful... refreshingly original." ~Christine Vogel, Chicago Sun-Times "....the sort of book which I will tout whenever the opportunity arises." Anne McCaffery, author of Dragonriders of Pern HOMETOWN MEMORIES, in order After All These Years Don't Forget to Smile Till the Stars Fall Again

Don t Forget to Smile Hometown Memories Book 2

This and three other booksAfter All These Years, Till The Stars Fall, and Again–are being republished digitally as ... characters who have never left home and those who are too afraid of their memories to come back; one character is ...

Author: Kathleen Gilles Seidel

Publisher: ePublishing Works!

ISBN: 9781614177272

Category: Fiction

Page: 283

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In Oregon's timber country, inside a smoky bar, stands proprietor Tory Duncan. Once a hair's breadth from the Miss America crown, she's still just as beautiful and still searching for happiness. Joe Brigham, a forthright and handsome man from a logging family, divorced, and father of one, regards her with a love deep and pure. But trading in her search for an uncertain future, no matter the joy Joe promises to provide, seems more than Tory can afford. AWARDS: Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Contemporary Romance REVIEWS: " and absorbing... a small-town atmosphere written to absolute perfection." ~Romantic Times "A homey, warm love story." ~Affaire de Coeur "...about families, the ways they push us forward and the ways they hold us back, the ways we make our own families and give back to the families we are born to." ~Dear Author HOMETOWN MEMORIES, in order After All These Years Don't Forget to Smile Till the Stars Fall Again

Again Hometown Memories Book 4

Table of Contents Cover A Note from the Author Dedication Acknowledgements Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 ... 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19 Meet the Author Dear Friends, This and three other booksAfter All These Years,

Author: Kathleen Gilles Seidel

Publisher: ePublishing Works!

ISBN: 9781614177296

Category: Fiction

Page: 350

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Head writer for daytime's only historical romantic soap opera, small-town girl Jenny Cotton is on top of the world. But she can't seem to write herself out of a difficult relationship until actor Alec Cameron walks onto the set. br>Alec survived a big-budget TV flop with the same "good guy" courage that got him out of a failed marriage. But no matter how hard he tries, he can't seem to hide his wounds from writer Jenny. Now the script flowing from Jenny's pen and unfolding every weekday afternoon to millions of eager fans is more than just a story... it's his story, which is quickly becoming their story. But Jenny doesn't want to be rescued by a "good guy" white knight, any more than Alec wants to fall in love with Jenny. AWARDS RITA Winner for Best Contemporary, Single Title REVIEWS: "A delicious read... witty, romantic, and wise. Don't miss it!" ~Mary Jo Putney, NYT Bestselling author "The always terrific Kathleen Gilles Seidel brings to life a modern love story." ~Romantic Times "...combines a wonderfully humorous concept with a poignant love story." ~All About Romance HOMETOWN MEMORIES, in order After All These Years Don't Forget to Smile Till the Stars Fall Again

Only Murder A Sadie Price FBI Suspense Thriller Book 1

Sadie followed O'Hara outside, where he gave her the address and the keys to the snow truck. ... Over the years, she had gotten pretty good at locking all those memories away, dormant until a time when she was ready to deal with them.

Author: Rylie Dark

Publisher: Rylie Dark

ISBN: 9781094374925

Category: Fiction

Page: 250

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ONLY MURDER (a Sadie Price FBI Suspense Thriller—Book 1) is the debut novel in a new series by mystery and suspense author Rylie Dark. Special Agent Sadie Price, a 29-year-old rising star in the FBI’s BAU unit, stuns her colleagues by requesting reassignment to the FBI’s remote Alaskan field office. Back in her home state, a place she vowed she would never return, Sadie, running from a secret in her recent past and back into her old one, finds herself facing her demons—including her sister’s unsolved murder—while assigned to hunt down a new serial killer. Two women are found dead in a remote area of Northern Alaska, near Sadie’s hometown, floating under the ice, their bodies preserved, much the same way Sadie’s own murdered sister was found—a memory that still plagues her. The case strikes way too close to home, blurring Sadie’s judgment, stirring up memories of her estranged father and murdered sister, memories she’s not ready to grapple with. This part of Alaska—icy, rough, remote, populated by outcasts—proves impenetrable even for a seasoned FBI agent like Sadie. The killer, matching his landscape, is more sinister and smart than anyone Sadie has encountered. Amidst the perplexing clues, Sadie remains sure of only one thing: he will strike again. Against her wishes, Sadie must team up with Sheriff Logan Cooper—single, begrudging, and with a dark past of his own. Together, they must enter the canals of this killer’s twisted mind and seek help from the locals, however hostile, to solve the pattern of these murders before another girl turns up dead. With a major storm coming, can Sadie solve the murders before it’s too late? Or will she end up as the next body floating under the ice? An action-packed page-turner, the SADIE PRICE series is a riveting crime thriller, jammed with suspense, surprises and twists and turns that you won’t see coming. It will have you fall in love with a brilliant and scarred new character, while challenging you, amidst a barren landscape, to solve an impenetrable crime. Books #2-#6 in the series—ONLY RAGE, ONLY HIS, ONLY ONCE, ONLY SPITE, and ONLY MADNESS—are now also available.

Society Awaken Book 1

Third influencer, we left my hometown, moved house the year left school. All my best friends were gone, I have fond thoughts and memories of one in particular. We left a built-up area, went to a quieter plot then moved to the sticks, ...

Author: Jd. Rodriguez

Publisher: Pencil

ISBN: 9789354584015

Category: Self-Help

Page: 252

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We start at the origins of ignorance and parenting styles, onto when I was a teen, there are many lessons worth learning, to when he began drink-driving. They say the average drink-driver has practiced this 60-100 times before an accident or if your lucky, arrest. The mystical has been with him throughout, the book has an essence of this. Unconscious for 5weeks at 2points from brain death even Doctors did not expect the miraculous but Mum always had faith I would recover. Her insistence when I awoke to no sense making were the start of my intrepid journey.

More Hometown Memories of Grinnell Iowa

Tiger basketball came on hard times for the years after the 1957 team and before 1965, but a strong, ... slightly outside of the main focus of this book, the '69-'70 team was led by Chuck Tone, 6 foot 5 inch all-purpose forward.

Author: Dave Adkins

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781483610207

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 280

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As a student of local history, I find Daves stories of old Grinnell very fascinating. We who lived in this era of the 40s, 50s, and 60s have some interesting things to share with others about our town and its people. His broad knowledge continues to amaze me. How he remembers so much from 50-70 years ago and is able to record it for the rest of us to enjoy is wonderful. If he wants to expand on a topic of which he is unfamiliar, he knows the right person to contact. Yes, he lives in Texas, but he contacts friends all over to help expand on his topics. Daves knowledge and expertise in basketball continued from his first book A Journey in Overseas Basketballwritten in 1997 through the first edition of Home Town Memories of Grinnell, Iowa in 2012 and now into the sequel ofMore Hometown Memories of Grinnell, Iowa.

The Bob Hope Memorial Book

Mrs. J Raby Summerfield, FL Thanks for all the years you spent with the troops And the wonderfull also a Woman Veteran Mrs. Maggie Racadio ... My brother was in Viet Nam when Mr. Hope went there to intertain the troops.

Author: Xulon Press, Incorporated

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781594670503


Page: 386

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Indianapolis Monthly

Taking advantage of the solitude, I spun through the CD rack and landed on an obscurity: a recording by soprano Dawn ... After all, this day isn't really about memory — there are few memories that survive when a 4- year-old boy loses ...





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Indianapolis Monthly is the Circle City’s essential chronicle and guide, an indispensable authority on what’s new and what’s news. Through coverage of politics, crime, dining, style, business, sports, and arts and entertainment, each issue offers compelling narrative stories and lively, urbane coverage of Indy’s cultural landscape.

Michael Jackson

I am honored to have been asked to be a part ofthis beautiful Tribute book for Michael. I hope you enjoy my story. ... Within the year, the Jackson 5 had one hit single after another and by that time, everything in my life was Michael.

Author: Shawn Henning

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781496911278

Category: Art

Page: 236

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Shawn Henning’s new book is a powerful and overwhelming tribute and legacy to Michael Jackson. In one book, he’s collected love letters, reflections, eulogies, poems, essays and drawings from people throughout the world who have a special appreciation for the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. I was particularly impressed at the diversity of material, from so many different countries and cultures – all of it heartfelt and illuminating. In We Love You More, we learn about the many different ways that Michael Jackson affected people from all walks of life. The participants talk about how Michael’s music, creativity and pubic example affected their lives and helped them to be better people. The contributions are a wonderful cathartic output to help to come to terms with the loss of Michael’s huge talent. They will not only comfort those who have written them, but those who read them. People will learn about the experiences they have in common, with people throughout the world, who followed Michael’s career, his music, his good deeds and the example he set for this generation and generations to come. The book will also be of comfort to Michael’s own family. They will see that the spirit of Michael will continue in people everywhere and in many ways and for many reasons. It’s also fascinating to learn what people have to say about different songs and what they meant to their lives. I’m impressed by the diverse elements in the book... from eulogies, to memories to poems and beautiful drawings and paintings and even photo montages at the end. Mr. Henning... you’ve done a wonderful service to the Michael Jackson fan community and I commend you. Sincerely yours, Larry Nimmer

The Year the Lights Came On

ABOUT THE BOOK The Year the Lights Came On is Terry Kay's evocative tale of Colin Wynn, an twelve-year-old boy growing ... party off the trail in the Black Pool Swamp, and gleeful celebrations when all-important baseball games are won.

Author: Terry Kay

Publisher: Untreed Reads

ISBN: 9781611874235

Category: Fiction

Page: 175

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Revolving around the electrification of rural northeast Georgia shortly after the end of World War II, the novel has become a classic coming-of-age story. Kay, now an acclaimed writer with an international following, has reread the novel with the eyes of a seasoned storyteller. Cutting here and adding there, Kay has enriched an already highly comical and poignant work.