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It's A Girl Thing

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Mickey Farrell has a dream — to be the hottest singing sensation in the country. But first she has to survive the gruelling challenge of the Diva competition…

"I thought entering the Diva Competition would be the answer to all my dreams. Now I'm sitting in a hall filled with a million other girls. My hands are shaking. My knees feel like rubber. Suddenly I'm not so sure this was a good idea after all."

About The Author

Radio announcer, teacher, MCG attendant, nightclub DJ, shop assistant, swimming teacher, babysitter... just a few of Sue Lawson's jobs before she turned a passion for writing into a career.

Sue grew up on a farm near Hamilton, Victoria, and after moving all around the state, now lives in Western Victoria, with her husband Bruce, daughter, Courtney and Milly the Cavoodle.

Sue continues to teach, write for children and run writing workshops for children and adults.

Some Girls

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A jaw-dropping story of how a girl from the suburbs ends up in a prince's harem and emerges from the secret Xanadu both richer and wiser.

At eighteen, Jillian Lauren was an NYU theater school dropout with a tip about an upcoming audition. The 'casting director' told her that a rich businessman in Singapore would pay pretty American girls $20,000 if they stayed for two weeks to spice up his parties. Soon, Jillian was on a plane to Borneo, where she would spend the next eighteen months in the harem of Prince Jefri Bolkiah, youngest brother of the Sultan of Brunei, leaving behind her gritty East Village apartment for a palace with rugs laced with gold, and trading her band of artist friends for a coterie of backstabbing beauties.

More than just a sexy read set in an exotic land, Some Girls is also the story of how a rebellious teen found herself-and the courage to meet her birth mother and eventually adopt a baby boy.

About the Author

JILLIAN LAUREN is a writer and performer who grew up in suburban New Jersey. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, musician Scott Shriner, and their son.

No Ordinary Girl

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The story takes place eight years later after Artimis Henry and Jason Anderson has graduated college. They try for a baby and even get engaged. But plans doesn't follow through for the happy couple who are desperately trying for that family they've always wanted.

Ted Cruz Smiles And A Baby Dies

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Welcome to a world where the banks have collapsed, medical care is unattainable, and you have to worship at the right church to get a job at Walmart. A world where women are chattel, 'Mexicans' are deported, and Muslims are rounded up and sent to camps. A small but impassioned post-electoral dystopia blues with contributions from a number of concerned voters.

At Gettysburg, Or, What A Girl Saw And Heard Of The Battle

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Matilda Alleman was a young resident of Gettysburg during the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. At Gettysburg is an amazing first hand account of what she saw. Without question, the most famous battle of the American Civil War took place outside of the small town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, which happened to be a transportation hub, serving as the center of a wheel with several roads leading out to other Pennsylvanian towns. From July 1-3, Robert E. Lee's Confederate Army of Northern Virginia tried everything in its power to decisively defeat George Meade's Union Army of the Potomac, unleashing ferocious assaults that inflicted nearly 50,000 casualties in all. Day 1 of the battle would have been one of the 25 biggest battles of the Civil War itself, and it ended with a tactical Confederate victory. But over the next two days, Lee would try and fail to dislodge the Union army with attacks on both of its flanks during the second day and Pickett's Charge on the third and final day. Meade's stout defense held, barely, repulsing each attempted assault, handing the Union a desperately needed victory that ended up being one of the Civil War's turning points. After the South had lost the war, the importance of Gettysburg as one of the "high tide" marks of the Confederacy became apparent to everyone, making the battle all the more important in the years after it had been fought. While former Confederate generals cast about for scapegoats, with various officers pointing fingers at Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet, and James Stuart, historians and avid Civil War fans became obsessed with studying and analyzing all the command decisions and army movements during the entire campaign. Despite the saturation of coverage, Americans refuse to grow tired of visiting the battlefield and reliving the biggest battle fought in North America.


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