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Jungleland — Now Only $.99 on Amazon!

November 30, 2022 Leave a comment

11/28 thru 12/4

“There are only two types of aircraft:  fighters and targets.”

~Doyle ‘Wahoo’ Nicholson, USMC

Sweating it out in the former Belgian Congo as a civil war mercenary, with Sparks turning wrenches on his T-6 Texan, Hawk splits his time flying combat missions and, back on the ground, sparring with Ella, an attractive young missionary doctor, in the sequel to My Brother’s Keeper.

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Lodging — Now FREE on Amazon!

November 23, 2022 Leave a comment

11/23 thru 11/26

“*Sigh*…such a bittersweet story to make me weak in the knees and sorrowful all at once…I HIGHLY recommend this read for anyone.”

~Review by JenacideByBibliophile

While World War II engulfs every nation on the globe, Rebecca and her high school friend Sarah can only dream of escaping a dreary, wind-blown existence in western Kansas, until their boring, stodgy old hometown fills with handsome young men learning to fly Army Air Corps bombers known as Liberators, and their lives are suddenly filled with temptation and, perhaps, true love.

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Crossroad — Now Only $.99 on Amazon

November 16, 2022 Leave a comment

11/14 thru 11/20

“If Alfred Hitchcock and the Rolling Stones spawned a bastard child of a story, it would be Crossroads.” 

 ~Roger Thornhill

Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero…or is he?

Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have… well… music. Right?

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Crossroads Discography: The Cross Road Blues by Robert Johnson from the Album Robert Johnson, Legendary Blues Singer

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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR13 - Robert Johnson - The Legendary Blues Singer
“The Cross Road Blues” by Robert Johnson; Noma (BMI); from the album Robert Johnson, The Legendary Blues Singer; recorded by Robert Johnson; released on the Chary Budget record label, December 7, 1994

 

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Crossroads Discography: Open Your Eyes by the Doobie Brothers from the Album Minute by Minute

April 28, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR12 - Minute by Miinute
“Open Your Eyes” by Michael McDonald/Lester Abrams/Patrick Henderson; Snug Music (BMI), Loresta Music (ASCAP), Monosteri Music (ASCAP); from the album Minute by Minute; recorded by The Doobie Brothers; released on the Warner Brothers recording label, December 1, 1978

 

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Crossroads Discography: Take the Long Way Home by Supertramp from the Album Breakfast in America

April 21, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR12 - Breakfast in America
“Take The Long Way Home” by Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson; Almo Music Corp. and Delicate Music (ASCAP); from the album Breakfast in America; recorded by Supertramp; released on the A & M recording label, March 29, 1979

 

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Crossroads Discography: A Dream Goes on Forever by Todd Rundgren from the Album Back to the Bars

April 14, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR11 - Back to the Bars
“A Dream Goes On Forever” by Todd Rundgren; Earmark Music Inc./Screen Gems Columbia Music (BMI); from the album Back to the Bars; recorded by Todd Rundgren live at the Agora in Cleveland, Ohio; released on the Bearsville recording label, December, 1977

 

 

 

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Crossroads Discography: Only the Good Die Young by Billy Joel from the Album The Stranger

April 7, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR10a - The Stranger
“Only the Good Die Young”g by Billy Joel; Joelsongs (BMI); from the album; The Stranger; recorded by Billy Joel; released on the Columbia Recording label, September 29, 1977

 

 

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Crossroads Discography: Lose Again by Karla Bonoff from the Album Karla Bonoff

March 31, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR10 - Karla Bonoff
“Lose Again” by Karla Bonoff; Seagrape Music (BMI); from the album Karla Bonoff; recorded by Karla Bonoff; released on the Columbia recording label; September, 1977

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Crossroads Discography: Easy to Slip by Little Feat from the Album Sailin’ Shoes

March 24, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR10 - Sailin' Shoes
“Easy To Slip” by Lowell George; Naked Snake Music (ASCAP); from the album; Sailing Shoes; recorded by Little Feat; released on the Warner Brothers recording label, January 1, 1972

 

 

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