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  • The Things We Write: Short stories, excerpts, and poems from the authors of Thomas-Jacob Publishing, LLC

    Seven Thomas-Jacob Publishing, LLC authors bring you 15 of their short stories, excerpts, and poems. Sometimes offbeat, always captivating, the selections include historical fiction, magical realism, crime, psychological suspense, literary fiction, coming of age, and poetry for both children and adults. The works are grouped by author name, not genre, ensuring a surprise each time you turn the ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • Fate's Arrows

    Florida Folk Magic Stories, #4

    Book 4 - Florida Folk Magic Stories
    In 1954, the small Florida Panhandle town of Torreya had more Klansmen per acre than fire ants. Sparrow, a bag lady; Pollyanna, an auditor; and Jack, the owner of Slade's Diner, step on fire ants and Klansmen whenever they can while an unknown archer fires fate-changing arrows at the Klan's leadership. They are not who they appear to be, and while they take risks, they must be discrete lest they ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • Special Investigative Reporter

    In this satirical and somewhat insane lament about the fall of traditional journalism into an abyss of news without facts, Special Investigative Reporter Jock Stewart specializes in tracking down Junction City's inept and corrupt movers and shakers for his newspaper The Star-Gazer.Since Stewart is not a team player, he doesn't trust anyone, especially colleagues and news sources. Stewart, who ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • Widely Scattered Ghosts

    A readers' advisory for this collection of nine stories forecasts widely scattered ghosts with a chance of rain. Caution is urged at the following uncertain places: an abandoned mental hospital, the woods behind a pleasant subdivision, a small fishing village, a mountain lake, a long-closed theater undergoing restoration, a feared bridge over a swampy river, a historic district street at dusk, the ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • Southeastern Grasslands

    Biodiversity, Ecology, and Management

    A holistic approach to analyzing distinct grassland habitats that integrates ecological, historical, and archaeological dataToday the southeastern United States is a largely rural, forested, and agricultural landscape interspersed with urban areas of development. However, two centuries ago it contained hundreds of thousands of acres of natural grasslands that stretched from Florida to Texas. Now ... Read more

    $39.59 USD

  • Florida Folk Magic Stories: Novels 1-4

    Florida Folk Magic Stories is a boxed set of all four of author Malcolm R. Campbell's Florida Folk Magic novels.Novel 1, Conjure Woman's Cat: Lena, a shamanistic cat, and her conjure woman Eulalie live 1950s Florida in a small town near the Apalachicola River in Florida's lightly populated Liberty County. In Eulalie's time, women of color look after white children in the homes of white families ... Read more

    $9.99 USD

  • Lena

    Florida Folk Magic Stories

    series Florida Folk Magic Stories
    When Police Chief Alton Gravely and Officer Carothers escalate the feud between "Torreya's finest" and conjure woman Eulalie Jenkins by running her off the road into a north Florida swamp, the borrowed pickup truck is salvaged but Eulalie is missing and presumed dead. Her cat Lena survives. Lena could provide an accurate account of the crime, but the county sheriff is unlikely to interview a pet ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • En Route to the Diddy-Wah-Diddy Landfill While the Dogwoods Were in Bloom

    Every spring, fast food junkie Peter Martin packs his wife, Mary, and son, John, into his SUV and crisscrosses the back country of the Florida Panhandle searching for Diddy-Wah-Diddy, a legendary town offering travelers all the free food they can eat. Mary thinks they’ll never find it. John draws maps to show where they’ve been in years past. Peter has more hunches than fleas on a hound dog about ... Read more

    $1.99 USD

  • Eulalie and Washerwoman

    Florida Folk Magic Stories, #2

    Book 2 - Florida Folk Magic Stories
    Torreya, a small 1950s Florida Panhandle town, is losing its men. They disappear on nights with no moon and no witnesses. Foreclosure signs appear in their yards the following day while thugs associated with the Klan take everything of value from inside treasured homes that will soon be torn down. The police won't investigate, and the church keeps its distance from all social and political discord ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • Audiobook

    When Women Win

    EMILY's List and the Rise of Women in American Politics


    11 hours 48 min

    The dramatic inside story of the rise of women in elected office over the past quarter-century, from the pioneering founder of three-million-member EMILY's List-one of the most influential players in today's political landscapeIn 1985, aware of the near-total absence of women in Congress, Ellen R. Malcolm launched EMILY's List, a powerhouse political organization that seeks to ignite change by ... Read more

    $14.99 USD or free with audiobook trial

  • Sarabande

    Mountain Journeys, #2

    Book 2 - Mountain Journeys
    When Sarabande's sister Dryad haunts her for three years beyond the grave, Sarabande begins a dangerous journey into the past to either raise her cruel sister from the dead, ending the torment, or to take her place in the safe darkness of the earth. In spite of unsettling predictions about her trip, Sarabande leaves the mountains of Pyrrha and Montana on a black horse named Sikimí and heads for ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • Conjure Woman's Cat

    Florida Folk Magic Stories, #1

    Book 1 - Florida Folk Magic Stories
    Lena, a shamanistic cat, and her conjure woman Eulalie live in a small town near the Apalachicola River in Florida’s lightly populated Liberty County, where longleaf pines own the world. In Eulalie’s time, women of color look after white children in the homes of white families and are respected, even loved, but distrusted and kept separated as a group. A palpable gloss, sweeter than the state’s ... Read more

    $4.99 USD