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  • Haloes are for Show-Offs: revised second edition

    by Richard Holeman
    "He travels fastest who travels alone." In my time on the road, I came to believe so much in that wise old idiom that it became the core of my code. I didn’t pair up with other tramps, except a few times in the earliest days of my travels. "Carry no money belt, no bag, no shoes; and greet no one on the way." That one's from the Bible and it's good advice. I kept to myself as much as I could, on the road and in the fields and forests where I camped, but when I woke one morning to find... more
  • First Boy on the Moon

    by Richard Holeman
    This is a story for boys...and for girls, too, of course, but mostly it's a story for grown-ups who can't remember - or can't forget - when a best friend was like a brother, a promise was forever and the neighborhood where you lived was a world all your very own. Tag along with ten-year-old Richie and his gang of neighborhood friends as he experiences the most joyous and heartbreaking months of his young life - a long season of love, loss, friendship and mystery, played out over the last gre... more
  • From Trafficked to Treasured

    by Kelly R Patterson
    In the quaint streets of small town USA, where neighbors are close friends and families share meals together, a young girl is snatched while walking home and savagely gang raped. Her life in the Heartland appears as it should with high grades and medals for athletics and music. However, the hidden dark shadows of her existence are only known by those who groom her as a slave for their brutal sexual cravings. These are the events that Kelly lived as a child and young adult. Shame and pain kept he... more
  • Starting from San Francisco: Thomas Rain Crowe in Conversation with Third Mind Books

    by Joe Provenzano

    "The seismic cultural impact of Kerouac, Ginsberg and Burroughs was followed by a series of aftershocks. Starting from San Francisco measures a vital instance of this natural process, the circle of aspiring poets around poet and publisher Thomas Rain Crowe and the resurrected Beatitude magazine in the 1970s who used a small-press explosion to sustain and move beyond what their predecessors had inspired. The format here is interview and, with the comm... more

  • Leadership Lessons Learned: Leading and Learning with Character

    by Earl Morrison
    Earl Morrison has held leadership positions in both his private life and professional life. Throughout his life he has encountered many different types of people and leaders. Earl has striven to be the best leader that he can be no matter the place or the title he holds. Earl rose to the top of his profession as a chief of police in 2014. Leadership Lessons Learned is a collection of the lessons he learned throughout his career and most recently as the head of an organization. These lessons hone... more
  • Stay True

    by Jeff Logan Oconnor
    This is my first twenty five years of my life story. I have been dealing with mental & emotional health issues, & some learning ones too. To find my place in this world I've been a nomad most of my life. Confronting abuse, intolerance, & lack of open-mindedness. Come join me on my roller-coaster Journey
  • Eagles in the flesh: A wild hang gliding adventure.

    by Erik B Kaye
    An outrageous adventure story of snot slinging disaster and tear fetch laughter. Based on a true story about a crew of misfits; who become birds at will, launching into the wild blue yonder, soaring eye to eye with golden eagles, circling around white mountain peaks and over dark green jungles. After landing and losing their minds, they take you to places your mom told you not to go. The books recipe including a full bottle of "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" and a squeeze of "Top Gun". Meet men... more
  • The Bible II

    by Kevin Reichelt
    This book is a modern day faith based on understanding that we are consciousness and we are part of the great consciousness. There are two points to be made: This consciousness is a cloud. Jesus prophecies that he 'returns with the clouds'. As a consciousness we understand that without us, God is without, and if enough of 'the parts' of a body become without, the body as a whole no longer exists. So God is us, therefore we are God. Point two is this: it is our life purpose to become a pure enoug... more
  • Hymns I Want at my Funeral—in case I go before telling you

    by William Armitage
    I’ve enjoyed amazing grace all my life. I’m just not sure I want it played at my funeral. The hymn that is. I guess if someone insists on it behind my back on the day there won’t be much I can do about it. But it is a bit of cliché now, don’t you think? Don’t get me wrong. Amazing Grace is lovely. It has brought tears to my eyes at many a funeral. And I seem to be going to them with increasing frequency these days. My friends keep dying. Everyone I know now seems to be someone I knew. T... more
  • I'm Not Sure About God—Jesus is a different matter

    by William Armitage
    In his debut book, I’m Not Sure About God, writer William Armitage takes a look at his spiritual side, his faith, and his changing perception of God. He shares his thoughts about Jesus and the perennial lessons he taught us. He introduces us to Arthur, a complete stranger who mysteriously seems to know more about William than William knows about himself. He talks about the signs and coincidences that seem to pop up in his life with increasing frequency. And he describes the root cause of t... more
  • What We Carry: A New York Paramedic's Story

    by Gail Larkin
    This selection of real stories from the streets of New York offers an underlying stream of wisdom that has come from seeing more in one week than most people will see in a lifetime. What we carry—the remains of our life experiences—helps us place our priorities in order, keeps us grounded in the moment as a path to joy, and hints at the prospect of a time on Earth filled with deep meaning.
  • Expecting Sunshine: A Journey of Grief, Healing and Pregnancy After Loss

    by Alexis Chute
    After her son, Zachary, dies in her arms at birth, visual artist and author Alexis Marie Chute disappears into her “Year of Distraction.” She cannot paint or write or tap into the heart of who she used to be, mourning not only for Zachary, but also for the future they might have had together. It is only when Chute learns she is pregnant again that she sets out to find healing and rediscover her identity―just in time, she hopes, to welcome her next child. In the forty weeks of her pregnancy, Chu... more
  • Out of Grace

    by Cynthia Garner
    Guatemala City is officially classified as one of the most dangerous cities in the Americas, where murders make daily headlines, and men hiss at women the same way they hiss at dogs. Here, in the shadow of the country’s many volcanoes, a 22-year-old anthropologist embarks upon her Fulbright research—unraveling the mysteries of the Mayan Highlands, and unexpectedly losing her long-held Christian faith. After a weekend climb of the Pacaya Volcano turns tragic, the author struggles to shake the ... more
  • My World Book 1: Hitching the Globe on $10 a Day

    by Ben Batchelder
    Fresh out of college, a lost American despairs of his new career, chaotic life, and diseased family. When an invitation to Scotland falls into the depths of a New York winter, he grabs at the chance to renew himself. On a whim, he decides to save money, fly to Europe, and travel east to the ends of the earth, on $10 a day for a year or more. Here is the story of his odyssey: staying at German castles; losing not one but two passports to thieves; disastrous brushes with lost bags, maliciou... more
  • Halfway to Halfway and Back: More River Stories

    by Bob Volpert
    This is a new collection of stories that capture the essence and mood of river guiding. Twenty former and current river guides wrote the 41 stories in this compilation. The tales focus on river related events that usually have little to do with whitewater. Some don’t even take place on a river. All say a lot about the culture of guiding and the people attracted to wild places and the odd things that happen once they get there. These are the stories shared around a campfire after a day on the wat... more
  • Never Trust a Teacher - Fight to Make Things Right: Let One Family's Journey Through Public School Show You How

    After I was married in 1960, I had no plans whatsoever to launch a career outside of the home. For fourteen years, I was perfectly content as a wife and mother. Then, a drastic change in my family’s finances catapulted me into the workplace. Uprooted from my charming, New England gardener’s cottage with an ocean view, I found myself on I-95 traveling to an unknown Florida destination, determined that my children would continue to participate in the American dream—no matter what our economic stat... more