Over Easy

I always forget that you're new! You didn't bring a suit, did you? Just wear your underwear. No one will even notice." I shook my head and twisted my lips. "Crap." She folded her clothes and placed them on a flat rock along with her ...

Over Easy

A taboo romance. A destiny revealed. Secrets uncovered. The school year continues, and I’m digging more and more into my family history. It’s been shrouded in darkness for too long. But the more I poke into my mother’s shadowed past, the more I wonder if history is repeating itself. Along my way, I’ve found an unlikely ally in fellow Prime Logan Brooks. While my partially bonded mate, Ashe is away serving in the Dragonborn Militia, Logan is here for me. He’s helping me navigate my way, and telling me everything I want to hear from Ashe… As feelings develop for both, but I know I can’t lead the other on. I thought I was meant to be with Ashe… but maybe I have a choice after all. I’m solving this Dragonborn puzzle one piece at a time. I just need to hope that it isn’t tearing me apart as I do. Reviews for the series: “the chemistry, the romance, the anger, the betrayal just wow!... in my top 5 reads!!” – Goodreads reviewer “Wonderfully written… impossible to put down.” – Goodreads reviewer “Wow! Absolutely loved this book, cannot wait for the next in the series.” – Goodreads reviewer The Dragon Born Academy Series: 1. Cracked Open 2. Over Easy 3. Hard Boiled 4. Frying Night

Dating a Single Dad

Crap! I always forget. Would you like a glass?” “No, thanks. This is fine.” “You're sure? I'm a horrible hostess—sorry. I never remember the gracious touches when I'm off-duty.” It was so unexpected—the organizational queen forgetting ...

Dating a Single Dad

A family worth staying for… Brynn Catalano is in Comeback Cove to help her cousin with a relationship crisis and plan an anniversary celebration for the local dairy. Sure, her new landlord, Hank North, is worth a second look…or three! But she's here only for a short time, and definitely not for romance, especially with a headstrong single dad who says he doesn't need her help. Still, she can't resist Hank's daughter, Millie. The girl is almost as irresistible as her gorgeous daddy, and Brynn is surprised at how easily their twosome accommodates her…and how much she likes that. Yet when the job and the crisis are over there's nothing to keep Brynn here. Or is there?

The American People Volume 1

My ancestor, my great-great-great—crap, I always forget how many greats it takes to nail the shit, cousin, my great-whatever cousin Thomas Hooker (1586–1647) said this in a sermon from his pulpit, shortly after he came to what was to ...

The American People  Volume 1

The long-awaited new novel by America's master playwright and activist—a radical reimagining of our history and our hopes and fears Forty years in the making, The American People embodies Larry Kramer's vision of his beloved and accursed homeland. As the founder of ACT UP and the author of Faggots and The Normal Heart, Kramer has decisively affected American lives and letters. Here, as only he can, he tells the heartbreaking and heroic story of one nation under a plague, contaminated by greed, hate, and disease yet host to transcendent acts of courage and kindness. In this magisterial novel's sweeping first volume, which runs up to the 1950s, we meet prehistoric monkeys who spread a peculiar virus, a Native American shaman whose sexual explorations mutate into occult visions, and early English settlers who live as loving same-sex couples only to fall victim to the forces of bigotry. George Washington and Alexander Hamilton revel in unexpected intimacies, and John Wilkes Booth's motives for assassinating Abraham Lincoln are thoroughly revised. In the twentieth century, the nightmare of history deepens as a religious sect conspires with eugenicists, McCarthyites, and Ivy Leaguers to exterminate homosexuals, and the AIDS virus begins to spread. Against all this, Kramer sets the tender story of a middle-class family outside Washington, D.C., trying to get along in the darkest of times. The American People is a work of ribald satire, prophetic anger, and dazzling imagination. It is an encyclopedic indictment written with outrageous love.

Crap I Always Forget

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Crap I Always Forget

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Ta Naia

“Oh crap. I always forget.” “Oh,” I said. I should have figured. “Well, I wanted to know if you wanted to collaborate, but we can deal with that later.” I turned to Leo. He was a little pale but held my gaze. “Leo, I found six of Riza's ...

Ta Naia

All Liara wants is to fit in. She was the only magical person in Danaria, a crime in itself, and constantly hid her identity from those who would kill her. Now she has a chance to be in a place where she can finally be herself, to make friends and enjoy school. Instead her magic, greater than anyone else¿s, and her refusal to follow the sexist rules of society make her an outcast. She hides within her mind, uncertain of herself and her new abilities. Slowly, with the help of a new companion, she opens up and embraces her differences, her duty, and her destiny. Liara¿s very existence is utterly abnormal, and she attracts the extraordinary, whether she wishes it or not. The world¿s future and Liara¿s life subtly become intertwined until she finds herself the most important player in the war, mortal or divine. It seems that while all Liara wanted was to fit in, it is her destiny to stand out.

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Crap I Always Forget

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Crap I Always Forget

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Crap I Always Forget

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Crap I Always Forget

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Marbles Looming Darkness

Oh, crap the noodles! I always forget to start the noodles!” Snapping his fingers, he surveyed the kitchen for the large grey pot. “That smells great.” Mila announced while melting into the oversized couch. Anticipating the enjoyment of ...

Marbles  Looming Darkness


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Crap I Always Forget

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Nine

Not one of our most mature exchanges, but it was always soothing to pretend we were still in college. “And I hate to think about crap right before vacations,” I replied. “I always forget: are you doing Spain or Portugal first?

Nine

From the author of AFRICA and THE W SERIES, a gripping novel that follows Amber Gillingham, an accomplished journalist, as she wrestles with society's expectations about women and motherhood. NINE explores the role of women in today's society, the meaning of modern motherhood and how it impacts the relationship between a woman and her companion, her workplace, her friends, her family. Reviewers of NINE say it is a "remarkably candid" and "eye-opening take on the demons and fears of pregnancy," a powerful answer to "what we think it means to be a woman today." Perfect for book clubs! Visit annalisaconti.com for discussion guides and more.

The Longshot

“I always forget that they put that crap in.” “Yeah, well don't forget that's exactly what it is. A bunch of crap.” He nodded. He couldn't think about it. He couldn't think about the possibility of a knockout.

The Longshot

Cal and his trainer, Riley, are on their way to Mexico for a make-or-break rematch with legendary fighter Rivera. Four years ago, Cal became the only mixed martial arts fighter to take Rivera the distance -- but the fight nearly ended him. Only Riley, who has been at his side for the last ten years, knows how much that fight changed things for Cal. And only Riley really knows what's now at stake, for both of them. Katie Kitamura's brilliant and stirring debut novel follows Cal and Riley through the three fraught days leading up to this momentous match, as each privately begins to doubt that Cal can win. As the tension builds toward the final electrifying scene, the looming fight becomes every challenge each of us has ever taken on, no matter how uncertain the outcome. In hypnotic, pared-down prose, The Longshot offers a striking portrait of two men striving to stay true to themselves and each other in the only way they know how.

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Louie the Fourteenth

I had to force my mind away from the pleasure of “seeing” Tobe again for the first time in months to remember where both of us weren't the ... I always forget my dreams.” “Crap.” I groaned. Our shared dream could turn ugly any second.

Louie the Fourteenth

Half a century ago, long before smart phones, the internet or the current political climate, there were still bullies and, in the town of Melville, Michigan, some believe, there was also a dragon. In fact, the creature named Louie that appeared in the fall of 1966 to protect nerdy freshman, P.J. Hayworth, wasnt a dragon at all, but the fourteenth in a line of Khan Lu Wi - genetically altered beings sent from the future to keep P.J. safe, so that he might someday save the world Instead of protecting P.J., though, this creature seems to do the opposite - as P.J.s life becomes more horrible every time Louie appears. While the school bully, Jimmy Wilson, nearly bullies P.J. to death and P.J.s life only gets dramatically worse, the creature doesnt protect him at all seemingly bumbling so badly any attempt to help P.J. that he finally rejects Louie completely. Its only after a freak accident changes everything sinisterly for the worse that P.J. reluctantly realizes he has no choice but to turn to his bumbling protector - before its too late.

Right Around the Corner

Remember? MaMa's been asking where you've been. Did you forget again—like you always do?” “Oh crap Roni! I'm so sorry. I knew it was something I was supposed to do!” I guess the usual forgetfulness I had been experiencing had kicked in ...

Right Around the Corner

One weekend. Five people. Chance meetings. One fateful outcome. Sometimes the people you accidentally meet are destined for much more Upset and disturbed, Rick Harbring said some things he probably shouldn't have said. His wife, Jennifer, now feels like she doesn't know him, and that she's missing out on something. She knows it, because she just had a wonderful experience with- -Charles Devereaux. His loving wife, Dana, and their prosperous life is picture perfect. That is, until devastation knocks on their door, and Dana eventually finds herself seeking assistance from one of the most unlikely sources in- -Adrian Molina, an unstable cop with an even shakier past. Looking for answers that have eluded him throughout life, his dilemmas begin after he makes a routine traffic stop. The offender...Jennifer Harbring. But what appear to be coincidental meetings begin to link these five people together in ways they never imagined, cultivating a weekend full of betrayal, surprises, and shocking revelations. And before it's all over, they'll see that what's right around the corner in their lives could be more than they ever bargained for!

The Continuing Adventures of a Time Traveling Hippie Surfer

Shit, here are the facts. If all the countries of the ... Shit, a lot of these countries are being financed by the very people who are fucking things up.” Check this out he said. ... We could always forget all this save the world crap.

The Continuing Adventures of a Time Traveling Hippie Surfer

Brian, The Time Traveling Hippie Surfer has been living in the year 1974, until he stumbles across the Dome of Time and “Carl the First” the Keeper of Time. It is one thing to hear about wild fires burning down California, to be told about the Great Northern Garbage patch floating in the Pacific Ocean and the Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico. Time Traveling up to the year 2017, being yanked 43 years into the future and set down within a few feet of these apocalyptic Items as they are happening is exactly what Brian is exposed to. Don’t get me wrong, Brian, Sandra, and Carl still bee bop around in Time just for fun. They eat Nathans Hot Dogs in space, and wave at the people in the International Space station for grins. They surf at Top Sail beach North Carolina in the year 1414, and have lunch with the Cape Fear Indians. They buzz back to Hawaii in the year 808 to surf at Queens. Brian and Carl zap up to Mars and leave a Dr. Pepper bottle where the Mar Rover will find it on Halloween day.

Storm Trooper

You always forget me. Yeah...all that crap happened to you and I'm sorry, but...ya know I don't even care that I had to wait outside your house for that long. It's not like I had much else to do. What hurts is that you just don't think ...

Storm Trooper

“The Greatest Generation” fought a war on foreign soil with tanks and bullets. The lost generations of the turn of the millennium have no defined enemy to fight. Their war has become survival on the battlefields of their hometowns. Their enemy has no face. It is the sex, drugs, and violence of the adult world they are presented. Brian Crombeen is a normal, everyday, eighteen-year-old high school senior. He spends most of his day dreaming about girls, neglecting his homework, and contemplating the reality of cartoon characters with his baseball buddies. His life was rather ordinary until one weekend in May. Two days find him bloody, beaten, depressed, and wondering whether the government has singled him out for experimental torture. His normally happy thoughts turn dark and turbulent, leaving him with one question- “Can he ride out the Storm?”

Crapitalism

Never forget it.” You see how the same essential idea – i.e. we're all living at the same address – can be given diametrically opposed meanings. The elite always present version 1) as their public message, but version 2) is always the ...

Crapitalism

Even more than an economic system, capitalism is a psychological instrument for manipulating and exploiting gullible, credulous, suggestible human beings. It’s about working out what makes you tick in order to sell you more stuff. Capitalism’s task isn’t to make you a perfect person, but merely a perfect consumer. Capitalism is purely about enriching those with capital. It’s about the Profit Principle. Not only is it strictly amoral, it turns out to be an ideal vehicle for empowering psychopaths. Capitalism is a psychological experiment conducted economically. Those conducting the experiment are the super rich elite, committed to dynastic rule of the world via “free-market” globalism. John Maynard Keynes said, “Capitalism is the extraordinary belief that the nastiest of men for the nastiest of motives will somehow work for the benefit of all.” That’s capitalism in a nutshell. You need to be mad to believe that capitalism will have a good outcome for the human race.

You Are Worthless

But it strikes me as odd that Shakespeare , a mere mortal , was so much better , in terms of basic writing skill . " Thine ... Thy ... Aw , crap . Get the dictionary . I always forget which is the plural possessive pronoun .

You Are Worthless

You Are Worthless is the self-help book from hell. This bracing blast of negativity takes aim at the impossibly cheerful "inspirational self-help" books flooding the market and hits the bullseye, with chapters such as "Your Good-for-Nothing Friends," "Your Miserable Job," and "Life: What's the Use?" This hilarious parody collects hundreds of tidbits of painful reality such as "You're no good, you're not great-looking, and you're going to die someday and it's probably going to hurt." Who among us isn't sick to death of the gushy, new-agey inspirational books that blindly assert that everyone is worthy? We all know the truth, and this book is as refreshing as a slap to the face. Just some of the depressingly humorous nuggets of truth include:* You don't really have any outstanding qualities. It's safe to say you're pretty much just like everybody else.* The only reason your pet likes you is because you feed it.* As you get older, you are going to have less and less control over your bladder.* If you take a big risk and follow your dream, chances are you're going to fall flat on your face. You Are Worthless also features a section called "Hopeless Role Models from History," including Helen Keller ("I've had it"), and Abraham Lincoln ("Theonly thing I'm good at is losing").

Cosmic Poetry From The Sin Bin burbling from the tatters

... and to him there is no other And I'm a shit crap friend self-centred to the end I always forget and forget all I'm supposed to do (As is this song) all I do is talk about myself I never really did much no I was never brave I did ...

Cosmic Poetry From The Sin Bin    burbling from the tatters