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|Author||: J. O. Publishing|
Are you looking for a great Birthday gift for someone close to you? This Journal is perfect birthday gift For 21 Year Old Men and Women Show a special person how much you love him / here and care for their birthday. perfect for writing down thoughts, notes, ideas, sketching, Drawings, Doodles! Notebook Features: 120 blank lined interior pages Premium matte cover Perfect to pair with gel pen, ink or pencils Custom Smaller 6"x9" Size, Perfect For Throwing Into Backpacks, Desks Or Christmas Stockings! Perfect for jotting down thoughts, taking notes, writing, organizing, goal setting, meeting notes, doodling, lists, journaling and brainstorming Notebooks and journals make a great gift or complimentary item for any gift-giving occasion Make an excellent gift for any occasion ! Such As : Birthday Gifts Activities and Hobbies Gifts Diary Gifts
|Author||: 20th Birthday Gifts Publishing|
Buy this stylish and elegant notebook for yourself or anyone you love, perfect for documenting notes and ideas that come to mind for a short time, and also for your future goals and organizing your thoughts. (6 x 9) inches 100 blank lined pages stylish matte finish cover Check out our other awesome designs for all ages by clicking on our brand name.
|Author||: Clifton Snider|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
What happens when two gay brothers become friends and then one of them disappears? This question and its answer are threads that run throughout the story of Darren and Brandon Taylor, a story about competition and reconciliation, guilt and redemption, spiritual loss and gain. Growing up in the 1950s and 1960s, Darren and Brandon are the oldest of five sons of an Assembly of God minister. Five years older than Brandon, Darren is the rebel of the brothers, and throughout their lives they compete with each other on various levels. Brandon is the model preacher´s kid until he goes away to college. There Brandon does everything Darren did at fifteen and then some. Before the school year is over, Brandon is arrested at a gay bar for a false I.D., and his parents discover he is gay. Brandon moves home. Meanwhile Darren has married a church woman and set out on his goal of becoming wealthy through real estate. His marriage is short and unhappy, and not long after its breakup, Darren himself starts having sex with other men. Despite a six-year relationship with a male lover, Darren hides his sexual orientation. After going away to graduate school in New Mexico in the early 1970s, Brandon moves back to California, lives briefly with Darren and his lover, teaches at local colleges, and works on his painting and drawing, continuing his longstanding pattern of heavy drinking. When Darren´s relationship ends, he moves in with Brandon for eleven months. Then Darren buys yet another house, lives in it alone, and soon disappears. Darren´s disappearance stuns the family, especially since it apparently results from foul play. When Darren´s stripped car is discovered, the evidence of foul play is inescapable. Brandon does what he can to find Darren, including posting fliers at bars Darren frequented, among them the Hollywood leather bars, and placing an article in a gay magazine. Brandon decides he must tell the police Darren was gay, but instead of helping the investigation as Brandon had hoped, the police become even more indifferent. The elder Taylors find out about Darren too, and they tell Brandon a local TV station backed off from covering Darren´s disappearance after it discovered Darren was gay. Bitter, angry, and grief-stricken, Brandon tries to cope through his art and his drinking. Although he meets Cary, his first lover in five years, Brandon´s drinking gets worse. Eventually, he stops drinking, breaks up with Cary, and begins a new life.
|Author||: Matthew Limpede|
Since 2000, Carve Magazine has been honest fiction. In the past seven years, the magazine has set the standard for online literary fiction, publishing work that is talented, unique, and simply entertaining to read.The 17 stories featured in this 2007 anthology continues the tradition of publishing well-crafted stories that speak to the heart and mind. They also represent a new direction for the magazine under its new editorship. These stories are certain to push the boundaries of readers, challenging them to look into the lives of characters who are despairing, hopeful, lost, humbled, or ashamed, but ultimately-human.The 2007 Anthology includes stories by: Nate House, Stephen MacKinnon, Alyssa Morris, Michael Schiavone, David Andrew Stoler, Rob Bass, Marcy Campbell, Stephanie Dickinson, Craig Terlson, Ezra, Jaren Watson, Yuvi Zalkow, AC Koch, Julia Gordon-Bramer, Liz Skillman, Kami Westhoff, and Marc Phillips.
|Author||: Steven Baldry|
The Family is a story of self discovery. Join me on my journey and walk beside me as I venture to find the Happy Family life of which I crave. As I battle my mental health, depression and addiction issues and strive to find the meaning of love and discover the promise of the happily ever after that it brings.
|Author||: Dorien Grey|
|Editor||: Untreed Reads|
Lambda-nominated author Dorien Grey (The Dick Hardesty Mysteries, The Elliott Smith Mysteries) knows more than just how to write a great murder novel. He's also had amazing life experiences in the military and around the world. Here, for the first time, are the collected blog and journal writings of this prolific author. As Grey notes, "Sometimes things are more clearly seen through the eyes of others." The hope is that the reader will see similarities to his/her own life, and recognize the commonality of the human condition.
Happy 21st Birthday 21 Years Loved Say Happy Birthday and Show Your Love with This Adorable Password Book Way Better Than a Birthday Car
|Author||: Level Up Designs,Karlon Douglas|
|Editor||: Independently Published|
Wanna see if we have the age you are looking for on any of our birthday books? Just search the words level up designs + the age you are looking for + birthday, for example: level up designs 18th birthday. This large print internet password organizer makes the perfect birthday gift! People of all ages need a way to keep and organize all those hard to remember website usernames and passwords. After all, there is nothing more irritating than trying to log into a website and getting that lovely message, "Incorrect Username or Password." UGH! With this book that will be a problem no more. The first page of the book features space for up to 5 wireless networks along with their locations and passwords. This book also features space to list 288 internet accounts including: Account/Website Name Username Password Email Pin Code Security Question Other features include: Pages are in alphabetical order. Nice wide lines with plenty of space to write. A large book size of 8 1/2" x 11" so it can be easily found. Search "Level Up Designs Happy Birthday Books" or click on our name above and check out our wide variety of awesome birthday books.
|Author||: William Stull Holt|
Holt was just 20 when he joined the American Ambulance Field Service in 1917 and sailed for France. When his six-month stint was over, he enlisted in the American Air Service, won his wings, and was assigned as an observer-bombardier-gunner with the American air squad that dropped more bombs at the front than any other. His diary and letters from March 1917 to July 1919 are accompanied by his photographs. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
|Author||: Margaret Gillett,William Clow Little|
|Editor||: Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press|
Contains letters, written by William C. Little to Grace Ritchie, 1889-1894, found among the papers of Dr. Grace Ritchie-England, by her daughter, Esther Cushing, after Dr. England's death; and the author's research leading to the identity of William C. Little.
|Author||: Everett True|
|Editor||: Music Sales Group|
An honest, moving, incisive, heartfelt re-evaluation of a band that have been misrepresented time and time again since their untimely demise in April 1994.
|Author||: Rachel Carson|
|Editor||: Beacon Press (MA)|
The correspondence between Rachel Carson and her Maine summer neighbor offers insight into Carson's private life and her creative and political struggles
|Author||: Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell|
Elizabeth Gaskell not only was a significant figure in her own right but moved in the center of the Victorian literary world. The list of her correspondents is a roster of many of the most distinguished literary names of mid-nineteenth-century England. This volume contains all of her available extant letters written from about 1832 to 1865; they have been transcribed from the originals whenever possible. The collection is chronologically arranged, except for a short series of letters for which dates are unobtainable, and a reference system allows the reader to follow letters to any particular writer. A full index frequently includes brief biographical sketches.
|Author||: James Patterson,Maxine Paetro|
|Editor||: Hachette UK|
Detective Lindsay Boxer vows to protect a young woman from a serial killer long enough to see her twenty-first birthday. When young wife and mother Tara Burke goes missing with her baby girl, all eyes are on her husband, Lucas. He paints her not as a missing person but a wayward wife—until a gruesome piece of evidence turns the investigation criminal. While Chronicle reporter Cindy Thomas pursues the story and M.E. Claire Washburn harbors theories that run counter to the SFPD’s, ADA Yuki Castellano sizes Lucas up as a textbook domestic offender . . . who suddenly puts forward an unexpected suspect. If what Lucas tells law enforcement has even a grain of truth, there isn't a woman in the state of California who's safe from the reach of an unspeakable threat.