Jonathan/Jonathan <br>By: Betty Judd-Leisten
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Opposites attract - it certainly is true in the case of two boys named Jonathan. Totally different in every way. One big and outgoing, the other small and quiet.

Jonathan Colton Sherman had it all. A great family, popularity, and luck. Jonathan McBride (Johnny) had very little in comparison.

The one thing in common was their passion for baseball. Each Jonathan played first base for their high school team. Each team made it to the finals for the play off.

Johnny knew this was his only chance. Scouts would be at this game, and scholarships hung in the balance.

Outstanding players, the two Jonathans showed their abilities. And even though Johnny’s team won the championship, both boys were picked. They would play for UCLA next season. The opposites became good friends.

Luck? Maybe, but sometimes luck runs out.

Trade Paperback 65 pages
ISBN: 1-59824-010-2
Publisher: E-BookTime, LLC
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Game, Set, Match <br>By: Sid Ragland
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This is a fictional story about the siblings of an American family that lived in abject poverty during their early childhood. But, through a lot of hard work, perseverance and some luck they each raised their lot in life to one of prosperity and happiness. The family’s story is depicted as seen through the eyes of Burt Ladd, the youngest son. The game of tennis played a big part in Burt’s life. The primary story line follows his victories and defeats from the time he first started playing the game at a very early age. It follows his tennis efforts all the way through high school, college and then on to playing on the Professional. Tennis Tour during the mid-1960s.

The story also goes into great depth following the lives and accomplishments of his four older brothers and his younger sister.

Like they say, “Only in America.”

Trade Paperback 136 pages
ISBN 1-932701-85-0
Publisher: E-BookTime, LLC
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The Pool Room<br>A Novel By: Sid Ragland
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ISBN: 1-932701-21-4
Edition: Paperback, 155 Pages
Publication Date: May 31, 2004
The Pool Room delves, up close and personal, into the sometimes-sordid world of high-stakes billiards (pool). You will be introduced to some very unique characters that frequent a pool establishment that has been in operation for over thirty years in the same location. This story has a surprise ending where two anomalies occur that will capture your imagination. You will experience the flavor, sights and sounds of the real world of a sub-culture that many do not know exists.

If you have ever played pool for money then you will easily relate to this story.