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01 Poetry Book, 1: Camillajean.com

01 Poetry Book, 1: Camillajean.com

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This is Camilla Jean Welsch's first book of poems. I hope you like it: ) Please look forward to the next volume in this series... coming soon!
27: A Comic Anthology

27: A Comic Anthology

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Stars burn hot, bright, and then go out forever. But their legacy remains. Like the smoky haze of a rock-n-roll arena show, a cloud of mystery and intrigue surrounds music's infamous "27 Club." Some of the club's more famous members include Jim Morrison (The Doors), Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), and Amy Winehouse, among many others. These fallen stars revolutionized music in their youth, only for all of them to die at the age of 27. Is it a conspiracy, or merely a coincidence?

A rocking crew of fifty-four comics creators were challenged to use their favorite song or member of the 27 Club as inspiration for new and original comic stories and vignettes. 27, A Comic Anthology is a free-form, funky collection of over 200 pages of rock-n-roll comics, featuring over twenty-seven new grooves inspired by, and in tribute to, the myth and magic of this club of lost stars and their shining, tragic legacy. Edited by Enrica Jang (Red Stylo Media), with introduction by Dr. Dianna Kenny (Sydney University, and author of "Stairway to Hell: life and death in the pop music industry")
Original comic stories, illustrated essays and art inspired by the music of:

Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), Jim Morrison (The Doors), Janis Joplin, Brian Jones (The Rolling Stones), Alexander Levy (composer), Robert Johnson, Rudy Lewis (The Drifters), Dave Alexander (The Stooges), Richey Edwards (Manic Street Preachers), Kristen Pfaff (Hole), Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jeremy Michael Ward (Mars Volta), Helmut Kollen (Triumvirat), Mia Zapata (The Gits), Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson (Canned Heat), and more!

30 Perfect Days: Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life

30 Perfect Days: Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life

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30 Perfect Days, Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life, is a story about the author's quest to live in the moment, make connections, and pay attention to what life has to offer. Like many of us, she would like a more interesting and meaningful life with a vision of what her mission is. But during an Artist's Way workshop, she wondered "what if we embrace the lives we have, day by day, trying to live each day as perfectly as possible?" By the end of her journey, Taller has learned lessons about forgiveness, faith, and acceptance, and knows first-hand that a change of approach can lead any seeker to a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Once we embrace our life as it is, patterns begin to emerge and we start to see how our own behavior has taken us to where we are today and that we've created a life that is more stressful than it needs to be because we are worrying, working towards an unrealistic vision, keeping God out of it, not asking for help, and not being forgiving enough towards ourselves or others. Each chapter can be used for journaling and reflection. Like Sue Monk Kidd's Where the Heart Is, the book challenges the reader to live more in tune with who they, and the author demonstrates tools that help people achieve abundance in ordinary life.
600ppm: A Novel of Climate Change

600ppm: A Novel of Climate Change

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It's 2051. Global warming has flooded eastern U.S. coastal cities. The West is a waterless desert. Refugees migrate northward. Food and water are tightly rationed amid endless war. When Jeff Claymarker's friend is wrongly convicted of murder, the only clue to the truth comes from a stash of flash drives belonging to Jeff's late uncle, a Washington climate scientist. As Jeff unravels the crime, he stumbles across a state secret that threatens to topple the government.

<3: Love Poems by Halle Preneta

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A Calculated Guess (signed)

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A Doctor's Memoirs of World War II (USED)

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A Family of Their Own

A Family of Their Own

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A hate crime strikes the house of Max, Brian, and their newly adopted son Donte. Clinging to his idealism, Max helps his family navigate this difficult time with grit, faith, and acceptance. This novel was written by Malcolm Varner of Grove City, Ohio who is a social worker and mental health advocate. He received his undergraduate degree from Oberlin and his MSSA from Case Western Reserve University.

A Final Call

A Final Call

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A is for Africa : Coloring Book

A is for Africa : Coloring Book

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"A Is for Africa" is a delightfully new concept in a coloring book that offers a fresh depiction of the English alphabet with authentic native African illustrations. This early childhood read-a-long is written in a playful rhyme that promises to keep the attention of parent and child alike. It uses the African batik style of paintings to illustrate the alphabet in a truly unique way. With over thirty individual pieces of art, the letters jump off the page, inviting young and old alike to enjoy the art of this coloring book. Original African art brings this coloring book to life with a characteristic blend of lines and space. Together with the text, the distinctive illustrations convey the people, animals, culture, and amazing sites that embody the continent of Africa. Based on the original alphabet book by the same author, "A Is for Africa" promises to engage and inspire your child!