The battles of Front Royal and Winchester are the stuff of Civil War legend. Stonewall Jackson swept away an isolated Union division under the command of Nathaniel Banks and made his presence in the northern Shenandoah Valley so frightful a prospect that it triggered an overreaction from President Lincoln, yielding huge benefits for the Confederacy.
"In Depth Military Study"
Scott Colter's revolutionary book will teach you how to take control of your life and live the happy life you deserve by making simple, life-changing decisions! Very detailed and well written, this book is a must-have for every home and generation.
"not for mental health professionals"
Depression is visible in many diverse shapes and stages. This book explains how eating a healthy diet, exercise and getting enough sleep can help alleviate the feelings of depression. In this book, you will gain valuable insight to set you on your way to an incredible journey and jubilant restoration.
First produced by the Negro Ensemble Company in 1969, this classic masterpiece by Academy Award nominee Lonne Elder III gives us the portrait of a Harlem family that dreams of a better life, but pursues it in tragic ways. Ceremonies opened the door for new generation of African American playwrights, August Wilson among them. NBC-TV called Elder’s dramatization of rituals "exciting drama, filled with meaningful insight and original comedy."
Thomas Perkins, stumbling and drunk, feels that the moon is hanging big and bright to torment him, to remind him of his pain. It serves only to put him in his place and keep him there. If not for the jilts of his best friend, Jim, he would not find any semblance of peace, yet Jim, the only source of reason in his life, cannot convince him of the foolishness of his claims.
"An Interesting Irony Between Friends"
Neill cannot live without Maria. Tangled in her web of deceit, he finally gives up, meeting woman after woman who would only break his heart.
Revised edition of The Gold Scalpel about an unscrupulous surgeon, whose sexual activities and his greed ultimately leads him to self-destruction.
Ann Andrews, a mother living in England, has a unique experience to share about her life and her son, Jason. What sets Jason apart from the many other young children who are now being born with exceptional multi-dimensional abilities - called "Indigo Children" - is that Jason is not only an abductee, but is himself of extraterrestrial origin.
Courtyard Dreams is the sixth volume of Vanessa Chattman's poetry series books. It briefly describes the extent of Vanessa Chattman's creative poetic storytelling in the form of fiction.
This third volume of the Castle Stories poetry series describes castle stories from different time periods during the 17th century around the world. Castle Stories briefly describes the extent of Vanessa Chattman's creative poetic story telling in the form of fiction.