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The Book Tour
Hearts of Oak
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Crawl Space
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The Vine That Ate the South
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The Third Policeman
A Wild Sheep Chase (The Rat, #3)
The Night Circus
The Hearing Trumpet
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Anaïs Nin
I walked into my own book, seeking peace. It was night, and I made a careless movement inside the dream; I turned too brusquely the corner and I bruised myself against my madness.
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Stewart Stafford
Neptune’s Lost Banana by Stewart Stafford O lost banana of Neptune, Do you wonder why you’ve washed ashore? Do people see a yellow fruit in the water? Or a Portuguese Man O’War? You were so near the fingertips of power, Did fortune peel away your chances too quick? Or do you see yourself in an ivory tower? Of a split-away banana republic? You could have been top banana, Now you’re potential poetic justice, For someone with bad karma to slip on, And go skidding as you go squish. © Stewart Sta ...more
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