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Imagine a world
where the Romans discovered and colonized America some 1500 years before
Columbus, a world where the colonists of Americum revolted against
Emperor Tacitus rather than King George III, and where the Declaration
of Independence was signed on the 4th of Julius 276 AD.
The classical Roman history America might have had.
From discovery to freedom and all things in between.
In a time when teleportation is commonplace, a group at
Techno Corporation decides to work on a whimsical secret agenda. The idea
of the project is to develop the ability reduce themselves to a size that allows
them to ride an ancient toy train in Carl Bellamy’s back yard. Little do
they know that it may be the last ride of their lives.
When those who survive the ride return to their normal size,
they find themselves in the middle of corporate espionage and blackmail.
And then there is "The Other Computer.
Spangle’s life is without direction until the day his girlfriend Marcea
dumps him to pursue her career as a reporter on the far-off planet of
Calpez. Jackie eventually follows her, but arrives on Calpez to
discover her dead; a casualty of a local riot. When his
investigation into her death goes nowhere, he books passage home, but is
sidetracked by a commotion en route to the ship. That is his first
His second is getting involved.
As a result, he witnesses a murder and is accidentally transported
aboard the headquarters ship of the Bombeese Company Limited, the
corporate power that fronts for the corrupt High Council of the
Interplanetary Union. It is aboard the B.C.L. ship that things
begin to get weird...
Without Bodies and Snakes With Wigs is the first book in the Calpez
Trilogy, a rollicking interstellar adventure. Join us for
intrigue, murder, double-dealing, duplicate identities, space battles,
revolution, good, evil, imploding planets, and the strangest mix of life
forms and characters this side of Andromeda.
evil Interplanetary Union is no more. However, that doesn’t mean
that the planet Calpez’s problems are over. For one thing, the
former Commander Cheryll Bartell has been elected Chancellor after a
campaign of lies and deception; and giddy with power, she begins to build
herself an empire out of the wreckage left behind by the fall of the I.P.U.
Meanwhile, conspiracies collide, old enemies return, the palace is
blackmailed, kidnappings become commonplace, Calpez seems destined for
certain destruction, and those aren’t the worst problems Jackie Spangle
Justice Abounds is the rollicking sequel to Cats Without Bodies and
Snakes With Wigs, an interstellar adventure in the grand tradition.
Coming soon: Coffee Drinkers Of The World Unite; The Princess Debacle
And Other Hanky Panky!
"Sandscrapers" were the men who crewed the little known and unheralded
LSMs (Landing Ships - Medium) in World War II. These were the ships that
delivered men and materiel to the beaches under fire throughout the South
Pacific island hopping campaign. The Sandscrapers chronicles the lives of
the brave crewmen who repeatedly sailed their boxlike craft under the guns
of Japanese shore batteries, and celebrates the sacrifices of those who
gave "their last full measure of devotion" to the cause of freedom.
Genellan—a beautiful, Earthlike world where intelligent cliff dwellers
waited in fear for the day the bear people would return, killing them
for their fur…
Genellan—the only refuge for a ship’s crew and a detachment of spacer
Marines, abandoned by a fleet fleeing from alien attackers.
Stranded on Genellan, the humans struggled to make a home for themselves
until—they hoped against hope—the fleet would return to rescue them. Lt.
Sharl Buccari tried desperately to hold on to the threads of command over
the spacers and the Marines—to keep her crew together and alive.
Winter was coming. No one knew if the winged natives would be friend or
foe. And now the bear people were returning, intent on destroying the
humans—but not before stealing the secret of hyperlight drive, the key to
Hotshot pilot Sharl Buccari was a living legend. She and her crew of
Survivors had established a foothold on Genellan—a beautiful new world, raw
and unforgiving—becoming allies with the native cliff dwellers. Now the
challenge was to engineer peace with the other advanced race inhabiting the
same planetary system—the kones—and to build a colony for the children of
humanity, including her own infant son.
But konish politics and xenophobia threatened to tear apart the fragile
truce for which she had fought so hard. Worse, another mysterious race of
aliens who twenty-five years earlier had massacred a human star fleet was
back—and on the warpath.
Buccari had to choose. The other Survivors could take care of Genellan, and
the cliff dwellers would take care of her child. But only Buccari held power
over all three races of the Genellan system. Only Buccari could hope to
unite them against a common—and deadly—foe…
Fleet Admiral Runacres has taken the Tellurian fleet
deep into the Red Zone trying desperately to make diplomatic contact, and
now the Ulaggi mean to punish the humans for approaching too closely to the
heart of their empire. The murderous aliens have come to kill. Ulaggi battle
cruisers, human motherships, and konish dreadnaughts converge on the planet
Genellan, just as a convoy of Tellurian transports arrives to eject their
vulnerable cargo of human settlers into the rugged planet’s atmosphere.
Hotshot squadron commander Sharl Buccari and her corvette pilots are all
that stand between the enemy and the helpless settlers. Buccari is a living
legend, but the Ulaggi have never been defeated. Can she stop them from
invading Genellan? If not, Earth is next.
Trafalgar in Space
Ancient were the Ulaggi before
the ancestors of man walked upright. The Ulaggi — a race of
mind readers — terrorize the galaxy, destroying the weak.
Genellan, humanity’s first
colony in space, is attacked. Thousands die. The colonial
capital is destroyed, but the aliens are repulsed. The cost is
dear in lives and ships, but worse — the Ulaggi learn the
location of Earth.
Admiral Runacres, the Tellurian Legion Fleet commander, orders
all ships back to Sol-Sys. Desperately, he strives to bring her
selfish governments into cooperation…
Too soon, the Ulaggi attack, forcing Runacres to retreat behind
his lunar defenses. Earth’s defense is untenable. The Ulaggi
descend to the surface, spreading death and ruin in their path.
Captain Sharl Buccari returns to Sol-Sys with reinforce-ments
from Kon, humanity’s ally and bitter enemy of the Ulaggi.
Outnumbered, the human and Konish fleets engage the invaders…
Daystar - Science
Two super alliances compete for the galaxy: the Federation,
a constellation of systems centered on Earth, struggles against
the Galactic Independence/New Confederacy (GINC) as mankind
spreads like a bloody stain, consuming entire planets in a
rapacious competition for resources. Some colonies will live,
but most will die to fulfill the needs of the core alliances.
A rebel organization, the Planetary Independence Movement (PIM), strives
to obstruct the devastation. Its messianic leader, Daniel Enos Callihan, has
not been seen for decades, but his sedition continues to hamper the
alliances. Each alliance seeks to use Callihan against the other…or else to
kill him. His location becomes available—Daystar System.
Duncan, a Federation ground-pounder, leads a penetration team onto the
planet and discovers a pre-industrial society unable to defend itself—at
least apparently so. A curious energy source leads Duncan to Callihan; but
it is the energy source itself that changes everything. The elwar, a race of
gentle innocents, possess a power unlike any previously known. It is this
power that ultimately makes all the difference.
of budget cutting and neglect have left the United States military in a
sadly weakened state. When a world-wide depression further strains
the resources of the west, the leaders of China see an opportunity that
has not presented itself in nearly a thousand years. The time has
come, they believe, to throw off the shackles of corrupt western
influence. A quick strike with nuclear and biological weapons, and
the Middle Kingdom will once again rule all the known world.
Standing between China and her ambitions are a few
brave men and women and a technology that was once the envy of the
world. Whether it will be sufficient in the coming crisis remains to
be seen ...
Thus begins Kevin Gildea's yarn of a future that is
all too plausible.
A young African-American surgeon is assisting in the life-saving
surgery on a young 12-year-old cancer patient. Suddenly, the chief
surgeon, the young doctor’s beloved mentor, clutches his chest and falls
to the floor of the operating theater, victim of a massive coronary.
The young doctor must make the most crucial decision of his life, one
that can end his medical career. Does he save the 12-year-old patient or
his friend who lies dying at his feet?
And that is only the start of his problems.
For Teens emphasizes logic (how to think critically) and ethics (how to live
responsibly.) Never before has a high school graduate needed these two tools
Forty-five of the nation's governors addressed the high school
educational crisis at the first National Education Summit and demanded
drastic changes. Philosophy For Teens answers their demand because what good
is a barrel of knowledge without a thinking spigot?
This textbook speaks in a conversational, non-technical style, in no
need of a teacher's manual. Of the 30 chapters, 15 discuss social issues,
two amplify logic and ethics respectively.
Born out of a near-death
experience, Demokratia is the personal vision of a writer who fell
in love with the United Sates more than 50 years ago. Read it for a new
insight into what it means to be an American, a citizen of the world, and
a member of the human race.
have lived many lives, under many names. I have been male and female,
high born and low, Gentile and Jew. Great joy has been mine, as have
many different loves. I have also seen more than my share of tragedy. I
have lived to a ripe old age and died young. I have trod the
cobblestones of lost Atlantis, gone conquering with Alexander the Great,
and died with an infant son in my arms under the hooves of U.S. Cavalry.
Down the millennia, through many incarnations, I have learned, and
loved, and suffered, and triumphed. I am immortal! This is my story...
Mythosphere is a virtual-world playground located on
a remote island in the Caribbean and run by an extended family who style
themselves "Olympians," the gods of Mythosphere. Trevor Martin,
a fair athlete and mediocre student, is not sure that he wants to squander his
graduation money on a vacation trip to the island; not until he meets Diana, one
of the Olympians, that is.
Once in Mythosphere, Trevor finds himself caught up in a
contest between Diana's Samarkand and Mars's Camelot, and
in the process, finds himself responsible for a woman who cannot stand
him. The only problem is that the contest is more a war than a game -- a
war for the control of Mythosphere!
Trevor's story is only one strand in a complex weave of
storylines involving humans and gods, both in and out of the virtual
playground. The people and beings that Trevor meets include a
beautiful female knight, a serial killer, various fairies, a dragon, a
hippogriff, and numerous others both mysterious and deadly. He soon
discovers that things are not as they seem, people are not who they appear, and
danger lurks around every virtual turn in Mythosphere.
The story of how a career criminal stole Bob Hartle's identity and ran
up more than $100,000 of debts in his name. The book details the
efforts of Robert and Joanne Hartle to rebuild their lives and get their
good names back. You would think their problems would have been
solved when the criminal was thrown into prison. You would think
treasures of great wealth can be discovered centuries after their
creation, to become pearls of great price to the discoverer. This
can happen, either by chance or by Divine Providence.
Certainly God has a time and place for all things.
Such is the case with "Ancient Manuscripts of the
Life and Times of Jesus Christ." Although this book was first
compiled and printed in the mid-1800s, it has lain dormant for more than a
century, being handed down through several generations of its original
Perhaps Divine intervention has chosen this time for
its resurrection; for this book is spiritually charged with new insights
into the days and times of Jesus Christ. It is a book concerned with
a journey to faith, a ten year expedition which resulted in the discovery
of ancient manuscripts, found in the archives of European libraries in the
1800s by a man who was driven by theological inspiration.
Join him in discovering the life and times of Jesus,
the Christ, Our Savior.
The history of any great event is a worthwhile subject for
study and the American Revolution was one of the greatest events of all of human
existence. One would be hard pressed to find better examples of the arrogance of
statism and the principled resoluteness of liberty. These pages present the
day-to-day events of the Revolution in a unique manner: in the words of those
who experienced them. Eyewitnesses on every side of the conflict related
their experiences through local newspapers and in their own diaries and letters.
Frank Moore collected hundreds of those reports from over forty Whig and Tory
newspapers, five collections of letters, and five diaries into the two volumes
of _Diary of the American Revolution_ in 1858. Since then they have been listed
in the bibliography of almost every important work on that period. No study of
the Revolution could possibly be complete without these volumes.
From many pages of humor at the expense of General Burgoyne
to the infuriating murder of Jenny McCrea you will be informed, angered, and
greatly entertained. Even if you are no historian, these volumes will be of
inestimable value to your understanding of politics, human nature, and the
current state of affairs in America.
Volume I covers January 1775 through December 1777--from the
initial civil unrest in Boston to the defeat of General Burgoyne. Volume
II covers January 1778 through December 1781--from the alliance with the French
to the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown.
Marriage in the Torah
Commentary on Marriage in the Bible is a multi-volume work analyzing
the treatment of marriage and family in the Bible. It begins with
Genesis 1:1 and progresses to Revelation 22:21, picking out nearly
every pertinent verse along the way. It is the result of a layman’s
research project that has spanned more than ten years so far,
including countless hours of study and prayer. Although the author
has attempted to set aside bias—whether religious, cultural, or
merely personal—in order to convey accurately what the prophets of
God actually recorded and what their words mean for us today, his
Messianic Jewish theology and devout evangelical Christian
upbringing has infused this work with a unique perspective. The
contents are controversial, and every single reader is certain to
find something with which to disagree vehemently. Conversely,
readers of every theological persuasion, Jewish, Christian, or
other, are also certain to find much of value as they read with an
open mind and heart.
Volume I comments on the Torah, the first five
books of the Bible, and provides an essential foundation to the
information in later volumes.
over Matter points the way towards universal prosperity, self-sufficient
households, abundant new living space, ideal physical health, and
well-balanced, more powerful minds. Humanity can reach these goals by
thinking small, assembling life size structures from simple electrical and
mechanical parts as small as human cells. Ordinary clothes will soon become
bioclothes, structures of biological complexity created through the art of
Bioclothes will be adjustable, shape changing fabrics that protect,
support, and strengthen our bodies, and even modify our outward appearance.
Bioclothes will make telepresence a reality, providing instant travel by “teleforms”,
empty, mobile sets of bioclothes. Miniature teleforms will open the
micro-world to us, expanding our effective living space a thousand fold.
Robotic forms of bioclothes will perform routine tasks swiftly and
tirelessly, providing the labor for small scale, family size production,
freeing us bit by bit from the need for a job.
Biodesign within the human body will use modified forms of our own nerve
and immune cells as “parts” to create a cell care network that examines and
repairs our tissues, cell by cell. By judicious stimulation of cell growth
in selected parts of the body and brain, plus much physical and mental
exercise, each of us can work towards our personal vision of an ideal self.
Cell care networks in the brain will lead to a profound understanding of
the relationship between the human mind and the brain that supports it.
Humanity will begin to explore a mental universe of unknown reach by
extending our present neural structures in new directions. Our journey will
continue towards a future barely seen, then beyond to the presently
inconceivable, to a time when mental growth will predominate, when we will
indeed become “mind over matter”.
Preston “Pete” Borden struck it rich in 1899 in Goldtown, Nevada, in one
of the last big strikes in the Old West. Having made his fortune at the
tender age of 20, Borden returned to his home in the East where he
bankrolled a company named Borden Holdings. Over the decades, Borden’s
company and power grew, evolving into the Borden Bank of Trust of New
married and though he longed for an heir, did not produce a son, Morgan,
until 1932. The elder Borden groomed his son to take over the business
empire. Fearing kidnappers, Pete hired an ex-prizefighter, Slugger, to
look after his son. The two have an interest in common. Both want to
become chemists. While experimenting, Slugger creates a drink that
sends imbibers to Quantum, a strange world not of this Earth. There, he
and Morgan are illegal arrivals, not subject to the strict laws of
two of them have a number of adventures, including riots, warfare, and a
donkey, before they are eventually returned to Earth.
O. Hoskins has led a long and eventful life. Over the years, he has
made some 300 observations in poetry and prose about every aspect of
life, ranging from one-liners to multiple pages in length. Some of
these observations are nice, while others are nasty. All are thought
provoking and well worth reading.
comprise over 300 observations on every aspect of life from one-liners
to nine pages in length. Some are nice, others are nasty. No particular
theme is followed; these are just on subjects from ‘A to Z.’
wars had been long and devastating. A deafening silence fell over the
land. The small groups of survivors were at a time of decision. Food and
supplies were short, continued existence questionable. Life was a
nightmare, death a relief.
They say Tusoa is a "land of plenty"
controlled by a large government. There is talk of much money, food and
comfort. The government will take care of you, but at the cost of your
Many had left on ships for Tusoa. Others
talked of leaving.
The following is one family's story of
persevering to a better world.
Bad Seed -
Action - Adventure
The world is at peace and life is good. Reverend Eon Marcus is blessed
with a successful ministry. Until…the snakelike tabloid reporter…met with
the money-hungry clerk…an exchange of money for information is made…
Everyone loves to hear about dirty politics, sordid affairs, and evangelists
falling from grace. This exchange will affect the Ministry, Eon and his
youngest rebel daughter, Esther.
Esther has always been free-spirited and the source of much amusement.
Now this childish adult’s choices threaten to destroy lives, families, even
As if things aren’t bad enough, terrorism raises it’s evil head.
…Abruptly the silence ended and darkness became daylight from the
ear-shattering simultaneous explosions. Men were running in all directions
like cockroaches when the kitchen light is flicked on. The few not dead
from the explosions… The world spins in to chaos.
In 1954 the United States Coast Guard Cutter Northwind was the first
ship to conquer McClure Strait and chart a corridor through the Northwest
This is story of an historic Arctic adventure that has never been told
before. It includes over 50 original color photographs of the Arctic ice,
and is written and photographed by Phil Jaffe, a member of the crew!
invite you to come for a visit with Jannie in her Northwood’s home.
Come experience with her through pictures, drawings and writing the many
wonders that brought excitement to her as she worked on this book for
her grandchildren. Nature holds many interesting facts and surprises
for those who are observant.
is constant amazement at the intricate, awesome details God created when
making this world. We truly are blest and give God all the glory.
a forty-four-year-old man living in Metropolitan Montana, has been in
search of a true friend. He finds a 13-year-old boy named Michael
McBride in which to confide a long hidden secret. He discovers that
Michael has betrayed his secret when he finds the boy and his girl
friend laughing behind his back. As seven witnesses tell their version
of the story, a long hidden letter comes to light. Martha McBride,
Michael’s mother, decides to wage legal war against Jason on the most
serious of all possible charges.
stories in this anthology are memories and tributes to my youth, and to
my best friend of forty-five years, Kenneth “Ken-Kan” Forsberg. Ken is
the most loyal, kind and trustworthy person I have had the pleasure to
know in my life. I have written this book in honor of my friend, who has
been placed on a transplant list after contracting a virus in his heart.
This is a collection of memories about youthful love and respect for a
A Slightly Whacked Guide for the Comic Book Fan
The Comic Collector's Handbook is loaded with over 120 black & white
illustrations and 24 magnificent full color pages commissioned especially
for this edition, including the exclusive, innovative artwork of William
“Mr. Bill” Johnson. It features articles by prominent professionals:
Professor William Foster III, on the history of blacks in comics; Henry
Springs, on the role of women in comics; and Nick Walden, with an in-depth
profile of the Batman.
If you want the “nuts and bolts” of comic collecting, go to the library.
If you just want the “nuts” ... here we are.
This is not your momma's cookbook. This book offers over 150 recipes,
a cooking and spice guide and alternative product information and info
on factory farming, additives and genetically modified foods. It will
leave you amazed, informed and full. And all of the recipes ARE
Key to Self-Discovery presents and teaches The Holistic Way, a new
application of the systems thinking that is enhancing our understanding
of our world and ourselves, and improving the quality of life. The
Holistic Way, a modern and innovative approach to self-discovery,
self-development and life mastery, is a system consisting of twelve
guides, self-empowering music and visual tools designed to be easy to
learn and fulfilling to use.
Internet-based online education is the key to a successful
career and a good Education is now available virtually anytime and
anywhere to people of all ages online via the Internet. This
information in this book is ideal for people who want to continue
their education without disrupting their careers, college students,
high school students, and parents wishing to provide home schooling.
the mightiest warrior of the ancient continent Tharvus, before the dawn of
history, is launched into an odyssey by the gods known as the Five Lords.
The Seven Deviants, a rival group of gods, has deemed that all life
on Tharvus must end. They
have stolen the power of the Five Lords, which resided in a golden chalice
and empowered their human agent, the wizard Vul, to destroy it.
Mandar, the savage barbarian, armed with the Doomweaver, an
indestructible broadsword from the Five Lords, is thrust into a war
between gods that he has no desire to take part in, with the future of
mankind the prize and Death as his only ally.
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