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By Gerald Haynes, Jr.

The Trap is an Urban Fiction Crime Novel about a Notorious Drug Dealer and Murderer known as Face. Face is incarcerated and is telling his story to his Cellmate about how he survives in Prison and his life as a wealthy Drug Dealer prior to coming to Prison. Face explains it all while bagging up Marijuana brought to him by the Free Man. Face sells marijuana throughout the Prison.


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By William Bengtsson
Following his wife’s untimely death, ex-soldier and troubleshooter Bric Carlson escapes to Marbella on the beautiful Costa del Sol in Spain. Beginning his new life as a bar owner, he falls foul of London mobster Honey Robinson’s efforts to control the cocaine trade on the Costa. Bric soon finds himself in the center of a power struggle between Robinson and a rival Moroccan gang, an influential tycoon and a colorful police detective from Gibraltar. Bric is sucked into a world of drugs, violence, corruption, and murder while a mysterious assassin lurks in the shadows. His past comes back to haunt him as he struggles for survival, but Bric is determined not to give in to kidnapping and intimidation, even at the risk of losing the woman he loves. Fighting back against the drug traffickers and the corrupt police protecting them, Bric recruits the support of an unlikely group from both sides of the law.
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By Libby Wein
Five men and five women comprise the group of Ten. Their purpose for being is to take on assignments from government agencies to solve problems of domestic and international entities, generated by criminals, psychotics, and terrorists.

Descriptions of the Ten: professional expertise, backgrounds, physical looks, likes, dislikes, and phobias. Each of the men has been recruited by the head of the group, General Horton, or recommended by American governmental agencies: military or special ops administrators.

There is intrigue, mystery, clashes, love interests, and problems among the group, and details regarding relationships among the group and how they solve their problems and handle outside threats and continuing danger and assaults from their stalking enemy.
How this group treats threats of bombing, personal injury, maiming, and death is the strength of this unique group of people. This evil entity believes the Ten has stolen a lot of money from them and wants to get it back however they can. Their eyes are on using the individuals of the Ten to attain their goal.

Time after time, members of the group are stalked, menaced, and injured. A security policy is adopted to ensure the personal safety of each person. New guards are hired and trained for this duty.

Things are quiet for a while, until one of the members, on leave in another country, is followed, ambushed, beaten, and left for dead. Search and rescue teams of both countries are using informants and dogs to attempt locating this member. They located the member, lying in a ditch and near death. He is hospitalized, identified, and returned to the group.

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By Simon Vinod
The poem “Once Upon a Smile” was his first to write something he wanted to put on paper or record. It’s a poem about a smile. It describes the person who wears it. A smile that’s innocent, humble, meek, shy, and a submitting look. Well, the smile did it. It ended up being the author’s wife. The poem “Hope” is all about precious moments in desires, dreams, happiness, and hope. “A Sentimental Mood” is a total romantic fantasy poem. It takes one to the soft clouds of blissful desires and pleasant moments. “Rumor Has It” is a romantic fantasy, hoping it would really come to be true. “Sail into the Sunset” is then again a romantic fantasy believing to sail into the sunset to your dreams with a smile. “Still Waters on my Shore” are feelings about one’s love that’s lost, and one’s anguish and sadness that’s suffocating to live, but surviving to live that hopeless hope that of his desperate lost love; that one day he would hear the words “I love you” again, just for a while. “Summer Breeze” is a poem of admiration of a person who is in love with. The person fantasizes the love and affection within. “Sunsets to your Dreams” is a poem about one’s love lost and has anger and frustration, venting out, feeling utter bitterness. “Tears and Raindrops” is poem about a person who has seen life in its brightest moments and saddest times. Knows the difference of a happy life but nevertheless reminiscences times when there were moments of tears of happiness and even pain. “Tulips and Roses” is a romantic poem of love toward his loved one. “Warm Arms” is a total romantic fantasy poem, who believes his loved one is in love with him. “Winter Moon” is a poem about a sad lonely person, reflecting pleasant times and good memories he lived in. But even in his sadness, he still loves his loved one very close to his heart. “A Happy Sigh” is a poem is about a contrast of feelings, of hopeful wishes and pleasant memories, broken hearts and smiles of joy, tears and hope, selfish deeds and restless kind, dark secrets and doubtful minds, and thoughts of fond memories and precious moments. All Is Not Fair in Love & War” is a poem about love and longing for love that is lost—justifying that love is very precious and holy or pure happiness and contentment. As it was not so, he demand and pleads with God why it’s so, and laments in justifying himself, why did god make love so unfair and mean and weeps for his lost love. “Lightning Strike”, is a poem of one’s feelings of love & fantasy. “O Grace” is a prayer pleading with God to bless one with goodness, grace, peace, and tranquility. “Seriously Thoughtless Driving” is a poem about the consequences of drunk driving and one who’s disturbed with anguish, anger, and anxiety. “Sultry Summers” is about lazy feelings and simple moments on a cool summer’s day on the beach. “A Gentleman to the Core” is about a God-fearing gentleman and his goodness and humbleness, which one would love to own.
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By Dr. Bertrand Martin
With this book you will learn how to enter Mental Silence, a totally peaceful state of consciousness. You will also be able to verify your experience. Regular practice will normalise psycho-physiological functions and open the door to spiritual evolution.
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By Zahra Faraj Al-abdulla
Once upon a time, there lived a poor family. It consisted of two parents and a set of twins—the girl was named Amber, and the boy was named Anthony.
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By CTW
Passing Ships I first got the idea for this story, when watching the TV evening news. The presenter was interviewing a very famous female singer/actress from America, {obviously her name has to remain a secret} she was over here in the UK promoting her latest single. Looking closely at her face, even though she was laughing and joking, when asked various questions about her life, you could visibly see, a hint of sadness in her eyes. That gave me an idea to use the image of this famous lady, she would be the character in my story. I know that most people would prefer to be wealthy, rather than poor, and everybody understands that, but being rich is not just about having lots of money. In this particular story, due to the very bad weather conditions, the woman gets a chance to live a normal life, if only for a few days, and begins to realise that what she is doing in her life, is not enough, or maybe too much! In the real world, would she want to change? Who knows! But to be happy and content is everything, isn’t it!!! Survival Alone {maybe} This story perhaps, has been told many times over the last hundred years or so, and is nothing new, but for a person to be shipwrecked on a desert island, to me it needed something a little bit extra, and different. As in all my stories, in my head, I play the man, who in this case has to try and survive in this hostile environment. With nothing more than a feeling, that someone is talking to him. As the story progresses, I introduce a female who ends up sharing the experience of living on the island. I thought of a well-known and very popular English actress, who a few years ago actually lived on a desert island for a couple of days and nights. When interviewed later, talked about utter loneliness, of the days and nights, in some ways calming yet also quite frightening. A world apart from our daily lives. My Scottish Holiday This story came about because of a motorcycle trip I was on with a friend. We called in for a meal at a place called Flamborough Head out on the east coast of Yorkshire. We were sat having a meal in a conservatory looking out to sea, with a lighthouse in the distance. Seeing that lighthouse in all its splendour fascinated me. I remember as a small boy wanting to spend a holiday in one, but I never got the chance. When I got home that evening, after thinking about it all afternoon, I decided to use the lighthouse as a base for a story, and to use again the weather, as a way to tell the light-hearted plot. The man in the story {me again} rents an old fog warning station and cottage for a winter holiday. Every day it seems to offer him a new experience, and without giving out any more details, only to say that all ends well. Stella Roberts This was my very first attempt, at writing a story, I only started writing because someone said I was too old {109} and wouldn’t be able to think of anything new, mind you a few beers had changed hands by then. That was like waving a red flag to a bull. I must admit though, changing the plot half a dozen times before settling with Stella Roberts. It’s all about a young women {Stella} and her two girls Rose and Holly. Her husband had been killed in a tragic accident at work, and unable to find any work in the area where they lived, and with no money to pay her rent, left her with no choice but to try and find work in one of the mill towns, in this case Bradford. The problems they had, having to walk the forty miles, the near death experience, and then the good fortune, brought about by sheer determination and hard work. Anyway I thought it made for a good story, you might have a different opinion!!!!!!!!
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By Erwin Feeken
The book begins with a chapter on homeland memories, followed by the author’s and his wife’s first experiences in Australia in 1954. For the first decade they moved from place to place, finally settling down in Canberra. These adventures are expressed in chapters on Tasmania, Darwin, a 15month stay in Canberra, Grafton, and finally Canberra again. The family, now with five daughters, settled in the National Capital where Mr Feeken became permanently employed as a draftsman and cartographer with the Bureau of Mineral Resources (now Geoscience Australia). Being interested in Australian Exploration, the family travelled year after year, checking out explorers’ discoveries, culminating in the publication of The Discovery and Exploration of Australia in 1970. Afterwards, the family still travelled, year after year, the vast expanses of the Australian Continent, often checking out explorers’ routes. After the untimely death of Mrs Feeken in 2005, the author was encouraged by friends to write up this story. The fascination for travelling the outback continued into the next generation. In 2007, Mr Feeken travelled with his granddaughter Kiah around Australia and to the centre, covering nearly 30 000 km in 6 months.
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By Nictoria Robbins
Jake and Kirsten met on an online dating site, and their journey began, sometimes difficult; but for some reason, they keep coming back to each other, to lost souls. Kirsten is not sure what Jake wants, and neither does she. This story is about two people who try to hide their feelings. They care about each other, but it will end up tearing them apart. Not all stories have a happy ending.
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By Aisha Al Zarouni
Elizabeth Robert was living in a small village in England until one day she forced herself to leave for good. Will her life become more complicated than ever or will she live the life of dreams? Elizabeth is being stalked by an old friend and her minions who threaten her in many different and unimaginable ways only to be reunited with the one person she never thought she would encounter again.
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By Elizabeth Ribetti
Join Capo and his fellow friends in a search of adventure. After a risky and scary voyage as stowaways on a ship, good fortune delivers them to the Island of Guam. The abundance of prey and lack of predators allow the snakes to grow in strength and to multiply rapidly. The delicate balance of nature is suddenly interrupted. Twelve native bird species become extinct. The residents live in constant fear. Based on a true event, Game Over for Capo and Friends entertains as it reveals what can happen when natural habitats take an unnatural turn of events.
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By Dania Alayoubi
We all come from different origins. We are all bound by our own traditions. Within us lie different experiences that life has made us who we are. Silent Fathers and Cooing Mothers, a fictional adaptation of the lives of the people that are dear to me—my mother, father, sisters, and brothers. The story follows the life of an amateur writer Fahad, who comes across a typical lady in her prime years—Maria. A simple interview has caught the interest of our young writer, as he is taken into the past of Maria’s life which resulted into a good friendship between the two.
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By Kym Miller
Alice is an Australian Christian mother who lived through many years of domestic and family violence before finally escaping it and beginning on a journey of self-improvement, rebuilding her shattered life. Through the book, we join her as she goes through the highs and the lows of these difficult times, as well as glimpsing God’s timing for Alice throughout it all. God’s Timing Not Mine also contains an article describing what domestic violence entails as well as related poetry and short stories. Do you know what domestic violence includes? Or wondered where God is during a hard time?
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By Joanna Smith
Audrey McGowan couldn’t believe how good her life was. Along with her achieved dreams of becoming an author and buying and renovating a house in the beautiful mountains, was a dog she didn’t want, a meddling extremely annoying younger sister, and a set of parents who were desperate for grandchildren. She kept telling her father she didn’t need a man in her life or particularly want one, until she met Jimmy Ellsworth an impossibly good-looking firefighter. Who also happens to be her next door neighbour, after several embarrassing altercations Audrey finds herself in a hot and heavy relationship and helplessly in love. But when Audrey starts receiving some disturbing fan mail, which is followed by the return of Jimmy’s ex-wife who has a kid claiming to be his son, their new found relationships gets put to the test. Exactly how much danger is Audrey in? Will they figure out who’s sending the fan mail before it’s too late? Does Jimmy’s jealous ex-wife have anything to do with it? Only time will tell and time seems to be running out.
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By Arfer Apple
This is the story of Boof the intelligent dog in a man’s world. A born leader amongst a gang of dog’s where the owners really beleive that they live a shallow quite dog style life. If they only knew the real truth. It is a dog’s life full of sex, drugs and of course fights, all between bowls of dog biscuits to share with your best friend with a club house under the apple tree’s for daily meeting’s in a world only fit for a dog These are the adventure’s of the dog gang of the century in a real dog’s world.
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