Moments in Time <bR>An Autobiography, <i>Sort of</i> <BR>By: Jack D. Smith
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-803-2
Edition: Hardcover, 182 Pages
Publication Date: November 26, 2020
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This set of vignettes is, in fact, a dot-to-dot autobiography. Itís warm, affectionate, diplomatic, and laced with kindness. In a phrase, a perfect reflection of the man his granddaughters know. And his friends and associates over the years. Now, so can everyone else. ó Dr. Jerry Elijah Brown, former head of Auburn University journalism and retired dean and professor emeritus of the University of Montana School of Journalism.

Moments in Time is Jack D. Smithís second book, written at the request of his two granddaughters, Maggie and Claire Smith. His first book, My Father the Ghost, was published in 2009.

Moments in Time describes the authorís most hated boyhood farm chore, by order of his dad, milking a stubborn old cow that keeps hitting him upside the head with her cocklebur-matted tail. He delights in the minty scent of plants growing along the shady banks of a fresh water creek Ė the little stuff that makes for the authorís happy young life in his beloved Mount Hope community.

But he also captures the dark valleys of his life, one of them waiting at East Alabama Medical Center on a morning when a doctor would arrive to turn off the life support machines for his wife. As a news reporter, the author invites you to join him in covering a midnight execution in Alabamaís electric chair.

These and dozens of other moments in time are written in a ďsitting on the front porch talkingĒ informality that Grandmother Smith and Aunt Eunice Rucker would have appreciated as they dipped Bruton snuff on the front porch of the authorís log house. You will meet some of the people who had an impact on the authorís life. Other than family, that lists includes a serial bank robber, a WW II prisoner of war, a man we called Mr. Bill, an angel in the journalism office, and others you will long remember, as will his granddaughters.
The Foretold Story Book 1: Part 1 <bR>By: Katia R. V. Reed
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-780-6
Edition: Hardcover, 418 Pages
Publication Date: April 14, 2020
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Nineteen years in the making from the prolific mind of Katia R. V. Reed, comes the first premiering cinematic novel of her series titled, The Foretold Story. Taking place in a future world of New York City, the story follows the usual life changing events of Midas Aurulien as he pursues his dreams to work for the sought-after Skyscraper Empire, the crown jewel of the technological future. During his venture, Midas confronts many obstacles. A few being unknowingly dragged into the secret diabolical world of the ultra-rich, deceitful business dealings, and confronting supernatural happenings. Just when he thinks all hope is lost in achieving his dream, he crosses paths with a woman who helps him gain the edge; however, she gets more than she bargained for.
Architecture and History <BR>By: Alvin Fixler
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-747-9
Edition: Hardcover, 219 Pages
Publication Date: December 15, 2018
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This book draws a parallel concerning architects and architecture with world historic events. Starting with 800 A.D., it covers approximate architectural time eras of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassic, Art Nouveau, Beaux-Arts, Neo-Gothic, and Art Deco. Architects from various countries are included; they are from Italy, England, Scotland, United States, India, Brazil, Spain, Germany, Belgium, France, Austria, Switzerland, and Finland. There is a dual reflection of time eras represented along with cultural, political, and social aspects.
The Overworld <BR>By: Hannah May Martin
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ISBN: 1-932701-03-6
Edition: Adobe Reader, 224 Pages
Publication Date: December 30, 2003
What can Frieda, the worker-ant regent of the pillaged black antsí nest do to prevent her own assassination by the very queen successor she installs? In The Overworld, the reader and Frieda trek with Boy Ant, Boss, Grinder and Moon Runner through the subterranean tunnels of the ant nests and out into the blinding overworld, where gravity no longer commands, water seizes like an adhesive, aroma proves far more useful than light, meadows exist as predatory jungles and the ant sisterhoods speak by means of honey.

Hard to believe, but the scenery and the surprising; ofttimes violent details of their lives in this nature fantasy are documented by insect naturalists.
Shades of Glory <BR>By: Joy Mitchell-Booker
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-722-6
Edition: Hardcover, 50 Pages
Publication Date: February 6, 2018
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Shades of Glory is Christ inspired, reality based poetry which will engage its reader with an assortment of several styles of prose on various topics. The prose in this book is explicit and straight forward; written in a style that is easy to read and comprehend.
Music: A Co-History Study <BR>By: Alvin Fixler
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-719-6
Edition: Hardcover, 226 Pages
Publication Date: January 10, 2018
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This book concerns time relationships between classical music facts and world history, events, and activities. Historic parallels regarding composers and compositions about music are matched with political and economic information and data about worldwide countries. Music is presented as an integral part of a nationís history.
Seeking Quietness in a World Filled with Noise <BR>By: Seifuddin Lasana Ali
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-706-6
Edition: Hardcover, 129 Pages
Publication Date: September 7, 2017
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This collection is written boldly and lyrically for fans of poetry, expressing emotions we experience in life, such as love, laughter and pain. There are thought-provoking essays. Your intellect will be challenged. Some of these writings will have you grabbing for a dictionary. The logic and concerns expressed by the author on topics such as peace, family, war, oppression, veterans, hope and faith, will make each reader think and consider views from a different perspective.
White Noise Stories - Volume One <br>By: Tammy Vreeland
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-693-9
Edition: Hardcover, 304 Pages
Publication Date: June 9, 2017
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Lauren finally fulfills her dreams of having her own apartment in the city. However, dreams are a funny thing. They can be your answer but more often than not, a question.

In this case, the apartment is Laurenís answer and yet it brings up the question of how is she going to deal with all of the noise? Whether it be a dog barking, a baby screaming or simply the noise coming up off the street, it is all too much!

Finally, Lauren finds relief when she purchases a sound machine that plays white noise which drowns out all of the noise around her. Perfect! Or, so she thought.

Lauren begins to have strange dreams. Unlike most of her dreams that she cannot remember, these dreams stay with her. Haunt her. Become part of her. Is the white noise giving her access to other peopleís dreams? People who have died. Can souls dream in death?

Lauren dreams thirteen individual dreams. With each one she finds herself drifting ever closer to the mouth of madness.
Just Some Thoughts <BR>By: Joy Mitchell-Booker
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-598-7
Edition: Hardcover, 75 Pages
Publication Date: July 21, 2015
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Just Some Thoughts is Christ inspired, reality based poetry written for the next millennium. This collection provides understandable material which covers the gamut regarding a diversity of topics to be enjoyed by everyone. Written in a style that is easy to read and comprehend, the prose in Just Some Thoughts is explicit and straight forward.
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