Author Jay Dubya's adult novels The Great Teen Fruit War, A 1960 Novel and Ron Coyote, Man of La Mangia are still the top hardcover action/adventure books at Buy.com (Rakuten) out of 3,168 titles listed. The Great Teen Fruit War is part of a trilogy, the other two coming-of-age novels being Black Leather and Blue Denim, A 50s Novel and Frat Brats, A 60s Novel.
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Added by Jay Dubya on November 1, 2014 at 5:00am —
5 of author Jay Dubya's book titles are now Sold-Out at readingwarehouse.com, a national book and textbook distribution company.
The 5 titles are:
1) The Great Teen Fruit War
2) Black Leather and Blue Denim
3) Frat Brats, A 60s Novel
4) Ron Coyote
5) So Ya' Wanna' Be A Teacher
Here's the webpage for So Ya' Wanna' Be A Teacher.…
Added by Jay Dubya on September 17, 2014 at 5:00am —
Ron Coyote (460 pages) is now the top hardcover Action/Adventure book at Rakuten Buy.com out of over 3,000 titles by popular authors. Jay Dubya's The Great teen Fruit War is listed as #3 in hardcover action/adventure/ at Buy.com
Added by Jay Dubya on July 27, 2014 at 5:19am —
How To Win Your Man...and KEEP HIM is a novel about two people who met and fell in love in spite of many obstacles and the challenges of a long distance relationship, they ended up being happily married.
Geri Hemer is proud to announce the release of her novel, How To Win Your Man...and KEEP HIM. How to Win Your Man...and KEEP HIM is a novel about two people who met and fell in love in spite of many obstacles and the challenges of a long distance… Continue
Added by Dee Thomas on March 27, 2014 at 6:00am —
It started out, as an ordinary day,
with a daily trip… to the local well;
without much expectation, I met a Man
from a small town, located in Israel.
Come, see this Man…
Well, I must admit, He was the first
to observe me as a Child of Abraham;
knocking down my personal defenses
was Christ, the Son of the Great I Am.
Come, see this Man…
He spoke with both grace and intimacy, Continue
and soon I was fully revealed before Him;
Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on April 25, 2013 at 8:32am —
I wish I was announcing this for The Empyrical Tales, but sadly I'm not. I am, however, happy to say that another author friend has a movie in the works! Keith Rommel shares an audition with us - http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2012/12/making-movie.html
Added by Mark Miller on December 4, 2012 at 6:00am —
SECRET AGENT X IS BACK!
Airship 27 Productions has announced that volume 4 of the publisher’s Secret Agent X anthology series is now available for purchase.
AMERICA’S ACE SPY RETURNS
Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to announce the release of the fourth volume in their best selling pulp series; Secret Agent X – Man of a Thousand Faces.
The greatest pulp spy of them all, Secret Agent X returns in four brand new adventures. Continuing the… Continue
Added by Bobby Nash on October 17, 2012 at 4:29pm —
Although I don’t have a split personality,
it's certainly interesting to see a new way
of looking at myself… in terms of duality.
I seem to be in conflict with God’s plan,
dealing with struggles of an imbalanced stand
that occurs between my inward and outward man.
Even though my outward man is perishing,
the unseen inward man is under a daily renewing –
provided The Word, I’m still consuming.
Therefore, with the…
Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on February 29, 2012 at 8:40am —
More Info here: http://brickcavebooks.com/index.php/ja-giunta/12-news-a-info-for-ja-giunta/58-3-ja-giunta-e-books-go-free.html
Brick Cave Media announced the immediate availability of three J.A. Giunta titles at no cost. Readers can download the stories by adding them to their cart at the Brick Cave Media Store (registration is required).…
Added by Bob Nelson on December 15, 2011 at 7:18am —
I Killed the Man That Wasn’t There – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat
Story #1 – I Killed the Man That Wasn’t There
How is that possible. Someone has to be there in order to be killed. Not if you…
Added by Martha A. Cheves on July 8, 2011 at 2:32pm —
Added by Anthony S. Policastro on June 23, 2011 at 5:00am —
My Mother The Man Eater – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat
“I was a dancer,” Joleen said, glancing up to gage his reaction. “Of the exotic variety.” “I see. And your husband didn’t mind?” William questioned. “It was his idea…
Added by Martha A. Cheves on December 20, 2010 at 4:34pm —
The salvation tract: “God Became A Man” was published in 1998. Which was taken from the book “Evangelism Counseling-How to Counsel People About Salvation” by S. E. Gregg. It was designed into a 12-page booklet and S. E. Gregg was inspired by God to create the illustration for the front cover that would reflect the title of the tract. “God Became A Man” has been sold in bookstores for many years and can also be purchased online.
Recently the… Continue
Added by S.E.Gregg on December 19, 2009 at 6:30pm —
MAN WITH THE GOLDEN WINGS
Vernon J. Davis Jr.
It is Christmas Eve
and the snow is falling
on a lonely little house
in the countryside.
Come..., let us go inside and listen.
In this house, a little girl lies asleep
in her bed.
But sleep she… Continue
Added by VERNON DAVIS JR. on November 19, 2009 at 12:30pm —
K. L. here. I want to wish everyone a blessed up coming winter season. This is a down time for me. However I am working on big things for next year from Confrences, Book Fair and Seminars @ colleges and even one on a cruise set for later July early August. With all I am working on I am setting up for the release of my next book. It will be a book of non fiction. It will tell the story of man behind "A Man in Transition" I am sure you will enjoy the ride.
I am working on… Continue
Added by Keith B. aka K. L. on November 8, 2009 at 11:51am —
A Florida man was on Thursday charged with stalking Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast Shawn Johnson after being caught trying to sneak onto the set of television show "Dancing with the Stars," prosecutors said.
Added by Mark David on March 27, 2009 at 2:30pm —
I was at a book signing a few weeks ago and a woman told me about her daughter who likes to write.
"Is she here with you?" I asked.
"Yes. She's looking around."
"Please tell her to come by and say hello. What's her name?"
A few minutes later, a tentative pre-teen was hovering nearby. "You're Amanda, aren't you." I smiled so as not to freak the poor kid out. She nodded shyly. "I understand that you like to write." She nodded again.… Continue
Added by Rita Schiano on February 14, 2009 at 9:30am —