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Letters to a G.I.

It is 1971. The Vietnam War is beginning to wind down. A young woman, Amy Palmer, spies a newly minted airborne soldier, Scott Morris.Letters To A G.i. Book Front Final That chance meet-ing begins her letter writing. Over the next three years they correspond. She almost daily, he with a few cards and letters, but mostly telephone calls.

Follow Amy’s emotional journey, from friendship at first, to eventual love. This is a courtship-by-mail as told through her actual letters. Interspersed are Scott’s silent journal entries, often questioning their relationship.

This true, love story by mail encompasses fear, relief, insecurity, strength, doubt, and devotion.

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My Life in Lists

is a booklet for people of all ages, backgrounds, cultures, heritages, languages, and nationalities. It is designed for individuals to record, in list format, Lists.coverf.sm1.ffff++++the people, places, things, and important memories through-out their lives – then share with family.
It is not meant to be a diary or a journal. Rather, it is intended to become, simply and directly, a recorded “memory jogger” compendium of one’s life. Create your own lists on nearly 100 blank pages.

A unique novelty gift for many occasions: anniversary, wedding, birthday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduation, promotion, retirement – even a “stocking stuffer” at Christmas.

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President You

is a powerfully written, masterful story that does not push any particular agenda; it is well-researched, stimulates creative thinking,President You Book Cover and is timely reading with the 2022 mid-term elections forth-coming.
It will get you thinking about the role and responsibilities of national government, the issues that affect our collective and individual lives. Within its fictional narrative, this non-fiction book reaffirms that “ordinary” citizens can have a profound impact on the life of our nation.

It prompts Americans of all political persuasions to reflect with new urgency on how government should work and is an ideal catalyst for generating discussion of today’s domestic and international policies.

5-Star Reviews! Hundreds sold.
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