Gerry Rzeppa

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Gerry Rzeppa

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Some of the Parts

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2007
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Why I Wrote "Some of the Parts" (Poetry)
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"About a year ago I saw three books promoting atheism on Amazon's top ten list -- all at the same time. Number one on the list was "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins. Since it seemed to me that Dr. Dawkins and his publishers were intent on takin..." Read more of this chapter »
Gerry Rzeppa said "yes" to attending The $64,000 Question
date: January 01, 2009 12:00AM
location: To be determined, The United States
description: Children's author Gerry Rzeppa answers the "new atheists" -- and Richard Dawkins in particular -- with a short, illustrated poem. And puts his money where his mouth is, offering the doctor $64,000 to answer a single question about the story (which you can read, online, for free, here:
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Some of the Parts by Gerry Rzeppa
Some of the Parts
by Gerry Rzeppa (Goodreads Author)
recommended for: Everybody
read in June, 2007
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See for one reason why I wrote this book.
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Alpha Rising by G.L. Douglas
Alpha Rising
by G.L. Douglas
read in October, 2007
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An Impressive First Work

Douglas is, without a doubt, a talented writer. Her prose is consistently high-quality, with more than a few excursions into the inspired. "Deni was first to exchange despair for resolve", for example. Sweet.

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