The explosion in storytelling festivals and one-person shows demonstrate that Americans are growing disenchanted with the mass media and returning to the simple pleasures of a well-told story. Here is a survey of great contemporary monologues, including excerpts by Spalding Gray, Lynda Barry, Tom Bodett, and Peter Matthiessen.
It begins in the summer before Gracie will be starting high school, and she is very nervous about it. To make matters worse, her best friend Michie is off spending the summer with her father and Gracie is left all alone. However, her loneliness is short-lived when she meets Henry and they set out on an adventure that Gracie will never forget.
"1st Experience with an audio book - My Henry"
Esther Norman has beauty, money, social status, and a handsome and successful husband with two adorable children. She lives seemingly without a care in the world, wanting for nothing and receiving everything.
Mary Frost's sinister plans take their toll on the lovely Esther Norman in ways she couldn't have possibly imagined.
Mary Frost gets what's coming to her.
Esther Norman has beauty, money, social status, and a handsome and successful husband with two adorable children. She lives seemingly without a care in the world, wanting for nothing and receiving everything. Book Three: While Steve and Esther embark upon a new adventure in their marriage, trouble continues to loom in the background in the form of Mary Frost.
There will be hell to pay if Esther learns she has been betrayed.
Poor Esther can't catch a break even when Mary Frost is out of the picture.
Trouble in the form of cell phones, karma, misery, doubts, and obsession plague Esther and her friends.
Trouble at the fishing hole.
Steve and Esther Norman hoped that after the scene at the restaurant their lives would return to normal and they would live happily ever after.
You can run but you can't hide.
Mary Frost gets a private tour of the Normans' new country home.
Esther reunites with her sister Cindy after five long years apart and is told some disturbing news.
John Black Feather was no ordinary man. He was a Shaman's apprentice with the knowledge to heal. Knowing how to heal also meant knowing what hurt the most. When a crowd of people stood by idly and allowed John to be attacked from behind, John Black Feather used his knowledge to exact his revenge.
"Not what I expected at all. But in a good way"