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Michelle Ann Kratts

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Inspired by the river Niagara, Michelle Ann Kratts is the author of several works including: Anna Edson Taylor, Queen of Oakwood; Angels on the Battlefield, Niagara's Civil War Past; From the Mouth of the Lower Niagara River (contributing author); and The Missed, tales of spirit and tragic end at Niagara Falls. She has also published poetry in Slipstream, Western New York's longest running poetry journal. She is currently working on a collection of short stories.

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message 9: by Maria

Maria I love these trashy hockey romance novels. I could read them all day. Oh...wait....


Another one just came in today. Powerplay. Oh boy I am so anxious to get home and read! haha


message 8: by Jon

Jon Neal Cassady was the basis for Dean, Alan Ginsburg was Carlo Marx and William Burroughs was 'Old Bull Lee' how crazy right? I believe Cassady was very standoffish with Kerouac after On The Road came out and essentially revealed his sex encounters with Ginsberg through the story I really believe On The Road was just the crazy shit that went down during their crazy beat generation wild ride and I think that is why Kerouac revised it again and again but didn't they all know who each other were when they read it? I guess Cassady was a poet and small time car theif who had done time and really wanted to learn to be a poet from Ginsberg...I think Kerouac was the suprise of the bunch ...did you know Ginsberg and Kerouac recited poetry at a coffee house under pink floyd's first rehearsal space in London in the late 60s? I read in the Syd Barrett book that Ginsberg and Roger Waters and Syd Barrett did some of the last batch of the first hardcore acid that was created in Germany in the 60s with Aldous Huxley...how f'n crazy is that?? But very possible. .. ...


message 7: by Jon

Jon There is certainly a Dilbert somewhere I will have to find one...I need to scan in the Indian book cover...



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Jon Wow cool quotes too...yeah I am getting cool book friends...I can't believe there are other people out there in the kilt-kult....who knew?


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Jon I don't know she found me haha...


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Suzanne Michelle, you haven't rated your last couple of books. I needs stars to feel complete!


message 2: by Maria

Maria I created my trashy book shelf, complete with Lolita!


Suzanne Yay! You joined goodreads, too! I am just Web 2.0-ing you. I like this site a lot.


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