Seven Years of Sorrow: A Poetic Memoir of a Teenaged Girl

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Seven Years of Sorrow:
A Poetic Memoir of a Teenaged Girl

By Maria Lega


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A poetic memoir, containing disturbing thoughts of a girl, who lost her way. Abandoned at birth, destroyed by love, and the loss of principles, these poems dissect her point of view, at the time her life drastically changed.




About the Author:

Maria Lega was born in North Miami Beach, FL. At three months old, she was adopted by an Italian-American mother and Colombian-American father; they raised her in Lauderhill, Florida. Growing up, Maria had to learn to accept her awkwardness and become her own person. Through all the rebellion and hard times, Maria was able to complete her first collection of poems, Seven Years of Sorrow. Maria is currently a student at Southern New Hampshire University studying English literature while juggling her responsibilities as her mother’s caretaker and taking care of her eight-year-old son. She is currently working on two more projects which are set to be published this year.

The Special by J.E. Pendleton
The Story of a Car, a Romance & a War

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The Special

The Story of a Car, a Romance & a War

by J.E. Pendleton


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A call from a stranger leads me on a journey I could never have imagined. The caller said he had my uncle’s car. How could this be? My uncle died in WW II when his plane was shot down over the Bay of Biscay off the coast of England. After some questioning I realized I had the opportunity of a lifetime. An opportunity to learn a bit about the uncle I had heard about my entire life, an uncle who died 3 years before I was born, an uncle I had always wanted to know more about. I also was being given the gift of a car that had been built by this uncle’s own hands and the hands of those he had been close to in his final years.


The real treasure was the bond I formed with a man and the incredible story he told. The story of my uncle, the building of the car, and the people they both loved. The Special is a fact based novel; the story of family, love and trust in the face of worldwide catastrophe. In 1941 Billy Pendleton hitch-hiked to California to seek his fortune; little did he know what the future would bring. After encouragement from his new found friend and landlord he is soon building an automobile to set speed records and rubbing elbows with some of the legends of motor racing history. Into this heady world walked the woman that would change his life forever. As the car is built romance blooms and the world slips into a war that will touch every person on the planet.



Meet Author J. E. Pendleton

WhiteHallPub-JE Pendleton AuthorJ. E. (Jim) Pendleton was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. He has had an interest in automobiles and history for most of his life. He spent several years as an SCCA road racer and a lifetime involved with hotrods. It wasn’t until after he retired from a long career in the telecommunications industry that Jim decided to pursue another of his dreams and write his first book.

His first novel, The Special, was born from his love of family, hotrods and history. These are topics that are sure to be the center of future works. He is currently working on a series of novels where a young China Marine watches regional conflict explode into what becomes World War II. Jim has long considered World War II the single most important historical event of the twentieth century. His father fought in the Pacific and his uncle, Billy Pendleton is the main character in The Special and was lost in the Battle of the Atlantic.

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I Died by Justin Rylands (Free Copy)


I Died 

by  Justin Rylands

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“Ok look, I am not going to lie, I AM going to sell you my story. And I AM 100% sure you are going to buy it.
How can I be so sure? Well, I am an addict. As an addict I have lost everything I ever had.
What does a man do when he lost everything? When it is life or dead?
He does ANYTHING to get it all back. The most vile, disgusting, obscene, illegal, shameful things to get back what he lost!

My name is Justin Rylands and I am an addict. I am addicted to money.
I am going to tell you how I conquered the world. And I am going to tell you how I lost it all.
Join me on the inside and let me tell you the crazy story that is my life. I would say I am sorry for the explicit scene I will describe but to be honest, I am not sorry at all. Those were the best times of my life.

Oh, btw, I have been arrested so many times that I got to know this cop better then my wife. With the money I used to buy drugs I could have bought a small island. I even died once. Yes, there is a white light.”


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Just Call Me Madam – The Life of Jenny Wren


Just Call Me Madam

The Life of Jenny Wren

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Jenny Wren

My name is Jenny Wren. I was born in 1949 at Big Bell a small mining town in central Western Australia which is now a ghost town. I was the second oldest of four children. Our early family life was both poor in money but rich in family. I was married at sixteen and a mother at seventeen. I have three children, five grand children and one great grandchild and am now married for a second time.


My life experiences have led me on many paths, notably into the sex industry. This book contains nearly all of my ups and downs in a packed life to date. I am now traveling around Australia with my husband enjoying the many things this great country has to offer, which is a far cry from days gone by. Names have been changed to protect the innocent and the guilty.

Never Give Up Son by Mario Guerra


Never Give Up Son

An Inspirational Memoir

by Mario Guerra


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Mario Guerra’s life has been a complex and colorful one. His earliest recollection of life was watching his mother chase a kangaroo out of her kitchen. Another is asking about his father, why he was not with them.

At the age of six, he went with his mother by train to see his father at the Kenmore Mental Asylum. There was a war going on, with Italy the enemy, and his mother explained that it was not mental illness that had destroyed their family but the scourges of war. His two uncles and his grandfather were also put away in mental asylums – all four incarcerated in tragic ways. In his early twenties, the author became determined to do something about his father and his uncles.

The author’s journey has taken him into becoming a very fast box maker, a singer and at times, an actor. The author was good at boxing and rugby, and because of racism, he became known as a street fighter. He worked as a railway fireman, and was called up to do army service. Later, he became a fruit farmer for seven years before finally moving up to the challenge of road transport and a brick agency. He became a political activist for a short time, a boxing trainer and boxing promoter.


Barack Obama Biography Books

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Barack Obama’s biography has been detailed in several great books. This site showcases just a few of Amazon’s top selling books on Barack Obama. From comic books to pocket biographies, you’ll find a selection of biographies to choose from. You’ll also find more books on Barack Obama.

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The Guardian of Genghis Khan’s Tomb

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The Guardian of
Genghis Khan’s Tomb

by Michael B. Hickland

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The wisdom of Genghis Khan was manifested in all his accomplishments. He came from one of several nomadic tribes occupying an area of Central Asia plagued by drought. Game had become scarce and farming almost nonexistent. Before becoming the Great Conqueror, he was namedTemujin. His father had been a chieftain of the Kiyad and was murdered by another clan. Temujin recognized early on that the ongoing conflict among the tribes would end badly for all. Strong and ruthless, he was a brilliant military strategist who made the necessary alliances to build a small army. With it he set about conquering each of the warring tribes and bringing them under his banner.


In 1227 the Great Conqueror died. Since then, finding the Tomb of Genghis Khan has been the obsession of tyrants, adventurers and treasure hunters alike. All have failed. It is a Genghis Khan fact that, looking at a map today, he had conquered a geographic area which would include 30 countries and 3+ billion people. The legend says that, in order to keep his tomb’s location secret, Genghis Khan slaughtered hundreds if not thousands of his captives after they had been forced to dig his burial site. He had amassed untold wealth with enormous quantities of jewels, gold and silver from his conquests which is believed to be buried with him.
So why hasn’t his crypt been found in almost eight hundred years? In Michael B. Hickland’s The Guardian of Genghis Khan’s Tomb, the Great Conqueror extracts a sacred oath from a special advisor. It binds both this trusted counselor and his family forever to protect the tomb and the most immense treasure ever known…….
Historical Fiction/Genghis Khan’s Treasure 
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Johnny Cash is a friend of Mine by Henry Vaccaro

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Johnny Cash Is A Friend of Mine

by Henry Vaccaro


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Chronicles a NJ businessman’s 30 year friendship with Johnny Cash, jam packed with rare photos and behind the scenes anecdotes, provides a glimpse into this legendary private national treasure of man we know as the Man in Black.
Rosanne Cash (Johnny’s oldest daughter) Says “‘I have wonderful memories of my dad’s decades-long friendship with the wonderful Henry Vaccaro, and his book vividly brought them back to life. Henry’s conversational tone and crystal clear recollections make ‘Johnny Cash is a Friend of Mine’ instantly engaging.”


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Book News – BestSeller – Snowing In Bali
by Kathryn Bonella – Int’l BestSelling Author and Journalist

Snowing In Bali

by Kathryn Bonella
Journalist and Author

Former producer at 60 minutes/ author of two international best sellers “No More Tomorrow” and “Hotel Kerobokan” (Internationally titled Hotel K – about Bali’s notorious Kerobokan jail – home to prisoners from across the globe including chef Gordon Ramsay’s brother Ronnie Ramsay.

Now, Kathryn Bonella has released a new book – already number one at Australian airports – titled ‘snowing in bali‘. it’s about the international drug bosses, how they traffic drugs in surfboard, hang glider frames, windsurf booms etc, their close shaves, their glamorous lifestyles in Bali, including orgies, luxury shopping and the busts and death row.

Kathryn interviewed some of the island’s biggest international dealers – speaking for the first time in graphic detail – the book regularly uses direct quotes from the amazingly frank interviews. Most of the island’s top cocaine dealers originally went to Bali to surf, did a drug run to pay for their lifestyle, and got hooked. But it’s from heaven to hell in a blink of an eye. Bali has draconian punishment for drugs, including the death penalty. Two of the drug traffickers she speaks to are now living on death row.

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BOOK genre:  true crime/biography

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Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice by Lin Hart

Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice:

The Young Man Before The Billion-Dollar Empire

As the man behind the unprecedented 1987 leveraged buyout of Beatrice Foods, Reginald F. Lewis established himself as a respected titan of Wall Street. His standing as the CEO of a billion dollar conglomerate while in his mid-forties surprised many, especially in light of his middle-class, African-American roots in Baltimore, Maryland. Yet the reality that Lewis, without the advantages of inherited wealth or family connections, would amass a fortune placing him on the Forbes 400 list of America’s wealthiest individuals is undeniable and serves to amplify the truly remarkable achievement of this pioneering businessman. What prepared the young man who would become one of the world’s most respected executives for this unimaginable rise to the top. What can be learned from the formative years that shaped and molded Reginald F. Lewis into an American success story. Lin Hart’s informative and inspirational new book, Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice: The Young Man Before the Billion-Dollar Empire, sets out to explore and shed first-hand insight on these precise topics. Focusing on the ten years between 1956 and 1966, when Baltimore teenagers Lin Hart and Reginald F. Lewis were particularly close, the book draws on shared experiences and memories from their years as high school students and then as college roommates at Virginia State. With each entertaining, personal story, Lin Hart underscores the qualities that emerged during this period of Lewis’ life, many of which would play a role in his future successes. Throughout what is clear is Lewis’ will to succeed, his supreme confidence, and his unrelenting pursuit to move beyond the ordinary to become extraordinary. Richly layered with motivational insight and lovingly told with honest integrity, Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice combines the best attributes of a rousing memoir with the direct imperative of a self-help book, holding up the exceptional life of Reginald F. Lewis as an indisputable model for success.

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A message from the Author: Lin Hart

“My name is Linwood (Lin) Hart and I’m the author of the book, “Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice….The Young Man Before The Billion-Dollar Empire.”

I’ve carried the details of this book, in the recesses of my memory, for a lot of years before finally deciding to write this book. In doing so, I’ve chosen to focus on a specific 10 year period of Reginald Lewis’ life. While during his lifetime, he accumulated great wealth and was arguably the richest African-American on the planet, this book is not about the money. It’s about young Reginald F. Lewis before the money and the challenges he overcame as he transformed himself from being ordinary to become extraordinary.

I’m a Maryland native, having lived as a teenager in the same West Baltimore neighborhood that Reginald F. Lewis’ family moved to in 1952. Young Reginald and I met and became friends in 1956. We later became roommates and football teammates at Virginia State, remaining friends until Reginald’s death in 1993.”

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