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Brian Forsyth is favored by fortune to find the perfect person to prepare him for his toughest test . . . including the running of five miles of killer hills; and that special person is an older,wiser and more delightful former Mr. America.
If you liked Artemis Fowl, you'll like this. Emily Dare is the definition of witty-trouble, and 'schemes' is her middle name. But now she's landed in Juvenile Detention and there's not much else to say. But, true to her nature, and with a help of a friend, she's going to…
A virus, set out by the power hungry Arkanians, has been let loose within the city of Tranlai, causing all of the citizens within to either run to the forest of Yulo or face a painful, soul-crushing death. Lacie-Mai of the Baxter clan has been split from her parents when…
(NEW!) This is the story of a young athlete in the world cup who becomes infatuated with two Guys from two different countries whilst on circuit. She soon finds that the most difficult race she must enter is the one that will determine who wins her heart. 'Let the best…
What would you do when everything you ever wanted falls perfectly right into place with strings attached? Would you take the fall and risk it all or would you remain a lone star in your skies? Andy Louis is your typical gender-confused 17-year old who believes that he is 'perpetually…
England; the city of Newcastle, in a time that sadly did not quite happen a series of events are unfolding. An artifact is stolen, a professor is murdered and at least two assassins are keeping vigil over the whole mess. The morally questionable Doctor Symbol is involved, and has somehow…
This is dedicated to John Quixote who was a shinning light of merriment to all on Booksie, his words and humorous stories brought great joy and happiness to many, he will indeed be sadly missed by all who had the pleasure of reading his wondrous works. We Miss You John!
December 06, 2009
written after watching the movie wit
Most probably and in my opinion, the best written verse in the English language is the opening verse of "Clancy Lowers The Boom". Apparently written by Johnny Lange and Hy Heath in 1948 or before?. Only 1 verse is presented. Readers are welcomed to add their own. No profanity please.…