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Our Victory

Based on a True Story of Three Intelligent Cousins, with the Support of Their Wives’ Members of the Sicilian Cosa Nostra, Three Decades... Business for a Profitable Global Corporation

Chapter 1 La Villa Boccardi June 27, 1954 The Locals consider L’alta Pendenza as the highest Fontane Bianchi hill, where the Boccardi family enjoys a magnificent view of the Ionian Sea. Bruno built his family country house on the east side of a seven-acre lot, facing the ocean, at a 146-foot-high cliff. There was a […]

By Geo Rom Posted in Fiction on July 17, 2021 12 min read Continue reading
Making Marks: Musings of a Curious Mind

An Anthology of Life Stories

Why Weight I am in an abusive relationship. It is one I cannot control, and from which I cannot escape. Nor do I want to. I am aware of the damage. The endless cycle of harm, misuse and guilt. That inevitable promise of it never happening again, this will be the last time, I love […]

By Delia Pring Posted in Non-fiction on June 1, 2021 15 min read Continue reading
Coming Back Home

The True Adventure of Mark Daniels

Chapter One Hope with Me “Get down there, boy…” Even at four years old, I heard the threat in my dad’s slurred words. He stumbled away, leaving a trail of sour breath in the air, but I knew he’d be back…most likely. If I was lucky, he’d finish the beer in his hand, his sixth […]

By Mark Daniels Posted in Non-fiction on February 12, 2021 21 min read Continue reading
Being Authentic: A Memoir

This powerful and beautifully written book is a clear-eyed account of what living in urgency taught the author

Introduction Our existence is fragile. I learned that in many intricate ways, long before the COVID-19 pandemic, so I do not take today for granted. I do not know what tomorrow will bring. I do not even know if tomorrow will come. On the eve of Thanksgiving 2016, I received the diagnosis of stage 4 […]

By Morhaf Al Achkar Posted in Non-fiction on December 24, 2020 21 min read Continue reading
False Heroes: Held Hostage by Heritage

A true story of a survivor

People used to say that a space in your front teeth indicated that you were going far away some day. How she wished!  Diana had a wide space between her upper front teeth. There were no braces in their time, not even a dentist in town. Most people didn’t’ know a toothbrush nor a toothpaste. […]

By Christine Brandon Posted in Non-fiction on September 10, 2020 8 min read Continue reading

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