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  • My Father's Places
    My Father's Places Aeronwy Thomas
    Narrator:
    Noni Lewis
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    When Aeronwy was six, her parents Dylan and Caitlin Thomas moved to the Boat House at the edge of the small Welsh village of Laugharne. Through a child’s eye, she recalls the chaos and joy of living with Dylan Thomas while the poet was at the height of his creative powers, composing Under Milk Wood. Through a series of beautifully evocative episodes, village and family life are explored. Emerging from the narrative, Aeronwy tells a moving memoir of growing up in Wales in the 1940s and a new portrait of Dylan Thomas as a father comes to life from the only person who could tell that story. This book contains a cast of characters such as Augustus John and A J P Taylor, as well as the villagers who would be transformed into the characters from Llareggub.
  • My Father's Tears and Other Stories
    My Father's Tears and Other Stories John Updike
    Narrator:
    Luke Daniels
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    John Updike's first collection of new short fiction since the year 2000, My Father's Tears finds the author in a valedictory mood as he mingles narratives of his native Pennsylvania with stories of New England suburbia and of foreign travel. Morocco (Disc 1, Track 1) Personal Archaeology (Disc 1, Track 31) Free (Disc 1, Track 55) The Walk with Elizanne (Disc 1, Track 80) The Guardians (Disc 2, Track 28) The Laughter of the Gods (Disc 2, Track 52) Varieties of Religious Experience (Disc 2, Track 90 Spanish Prelude to a Second Marriage (Disc 3, Track 72) Delicate Wives (Disc 4, Track 9) The Accelerating Expansion of the Universe (Disc 4, Track 32) German Lessons (Disc 4, Track 72) The Road Home (Disc 5, Track 15) My Father's Tears (Disc 5, Track 67) Kinderszenen (Disc 6, Track 19) The Apparition (Disc 6, Track 62) Blue Light (Disc 6, Track 96) Outage (Disc 7, Track 48) The Full Glass (Disc 8, Track 19) In sum, American experience from the Depression to the aftermath of 9/11 finds reflection in these glittering pieces of observation, remembrance, and imagination.
  • My Favorite Gay Men's Stories from Best American Erotica
    My Favorite Gay Men's Stories from Best American Erotica Susie Bright (Editor)
    Narrator:
    Stefan Rudnicki
    Stephen Hoye
    Mirron Willis
    Christian Noble
    Richard Brewer
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    Susie Bright, founder of Best American Erotica, presents a classic, taboo-breaking collection of men's erotic fiction—featuring the most unrepentant gay literary heroes of our generation. Legendary writers like John Preston, Samuel Delany, Steven Saylor/Aaron Travis, Lars Eighner, Dennis Cooper—who can imagine men's intimate and transgressive lives without them? The editor's closing chapter gives a surprising appraisal of how these remarkable authors came to be published—and who found themselves under attack when their stories hit too close to home. This is a sizzling, brilliant, and historic group of stories you'll never forget. Includes: From Citre et Trans by Samuel Delany, read by Stefan Rudnicki 'Indio' by Al Lujan, read by Mirron Willis 'The Hit' by Steven Saylor/Aaron Travis, read by Christian Noble 'Queer Punk' by Bob Vickery, read by Richard Brewer 'A Puja to Ganesha' by Simon Sheppard, read by Mirron Willis 'The Trade' by Lars Eighner, read by Stefan Rudnicki 'Spurt' by Kevin Killian, read by Stephen Hoye 'Dr. Fell' by Michael Bronski, read by Richard Brewer 'The Maltese Dildo' by Adam McCabe, read by Steve Hoye 'Calcutta' by Bob VIckery, read by Steve Hoye 'The Queen of Exit 17' by Ernie Cornick, read by Stefan Rudnicki 'Sink' by Matthew Bernstein Sycamore, read by Stefan Rudnicki 'Sunday' by Dan Taulapapa McMullin, read by Mirron Willis 'That's Awful That's Nothing' by Wade Kreuger, read by Mirron Willis 'In This Corner' by Charles Flowers, read by Stephen Hoye 'Champagne Tastes on a Crystal Budget' by Gary Rosen, read by Stefan Rudnicki 'The Whole Bloody Story of My Life from Beginning to End' by Shaun Levin, read by Stephen Hoye 'Semen in a Bullet' by Scott, read by Jeff Paul 'In Deep' by Simon Sheppard, read by Stefan Rudnicki 'It's Never Too Late in New York' by Nelson George, read by Nelson George 'High Risk' by Bob Vickery, read by Ian August From The Sluts by Dennis Cooper, read by Stefan Rudnicki 'Blue Light' by Steven Saylor/Aaron Travis, read by Stefan Rudnicki
  • My Favorite Lesbian Stories from Best American Erotica
    My Favorite Lesbian Stories from Best American Erotica Dorothy Allison
    Susie Bright
    Greta Christina
    Lisa Montanarelli
    Peggy Munson
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    Alyson Silverman
    Elenna Stauffer
    Gabrielle de Cuir
    Kathe Mazur
    Susie Bright
    Judith Smiley
    Pamella D'Pella
    Theo McKell
    Daleena Valdatti
    Candace Tate
    Loreen Zann
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    Some of the smartest erotic stories in the world just happen to be written by lesbians, women who changed the face of erotic lit. Susie Bright, founding editor of On Our Backs, Herotica, and the Best American Erotica series, presents a collection of lesbian sex lives that speak fearlessly, through every taboo, without any apologies. Writers like Dorothy Allison, Lisa Montanarelli, Greta Christina, and Peggy Munson name names, get as close to any woman as they dare, and relish every deep stroke of their erotic pens…. There’s no holding back between women with one thing on their minds. Includes: 'Ellen, From Chicago' by Pat Williams, read by Pamella D'Pella 'PG Diary' by Linda Hooper, read by Theo McKell 'The Perfect Fit' by Katya Andreevna, read by Judith Smiley 'Behind the Mask' by Serena Moloch, read by Gabrielle de Cuir 'From Licking Our Wounds' by Elise D'Haene, read by Theo McKell 'The Manicure' by Nell Carberry, read by Theo McKell 'The Agent' by Jess Wells, read by Kathe Mazur 'Casting Couch' by Serena Moloch, read by Theo McKell and Kathe Mazur 'Penny Candy' by Andy Mathis, ready by Gabrielle de Cuir 'Back Hand' by Ernie Cornick, read by Judith Smiley 'The Babysitter' by Martha Miller, read by Gabrielle de Cuir 'Hombrecito' by Miriam Gurba, read by Gabrielle de Cuir 'What She Did with Her Hands' by Dorothy Allison, read by Candace Tate 'Vegan Lesbian Boarding School Hookers in Bondage' by Lisa Montanarelli, read by Elenna Stauffer View From The Fourteenth Floor' by Greta Christina, read by Deleena Valdatti 'Loved It and Set It Free' by Lisa Montanarelli, read by Lenore Zann 'Fairgrounds' by Peggy Munson, read by Alyson Silverman 'Paradise City' by Bianca James, read by Elenna Stauffer 'Tennessee' by Patrice Suncircle, read by Pamella D'Pella 'Story of O Birthday Party' by Susie Bright, read by Susie Bright
  • My Favorite Mistake
    My Favorite Mistake Chelsea M. Cameron
    Narrator:
    Kate Rudd
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    Two secrets. One bet. Who will break first?Taylor Caldwell can’t decide if she wants to kiss her new college roommate or punch him.On the one hand, Hunter Zaccadelli is a handsome blue-eyed bundle of charm. On the other, he’s a tattooed, guitar-playing bad boy. Maybe that’s why Taylor’s afraid of falling in love with him, or anyone else. She doesn’t want to get burned, so she needs him gone before it’s too late.Hunter himself has been burned before, but Taylor’s sexy laugh and refusal to let him get away with anything make her irresistible. Determined not to be kicked out of her life without a fight, Hunter proposes a bet: if she can convince him she either truly loves or hates him, he’ll leave the apartment—and leave her alone.But when the man behind Taylor’s fear of giving up her heart resurfaces, she has to decide: trust Hunter with her greatest secret, or do everything in her power to win that bet and drive him away forever.“A wonderful, captivating and heartbreaking story that pulled me in from page one.” —Jessica Sorensen, New York Times bestselling author of The Coincidence of Callie & Kayden
  • My Favourite Goodbye
    My Favourite Goodbye Sheila O'Flanagan
    Narrator:
    Frances Tomelty
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    Ash O’Halloran knows she should be having the time of her life. She’s blonde, 29, single and self-supporting. So, shouldn’t she be out every night, swilling Chardonnay and falling in love? Or, if she isn’t, at least having a great time moaning about it with her best friends? The trouble is, Ash likes things as they are. And she doesn’t do impulsive. However, Ash begins to wonder if being Miss Self-Contained-and-Secure might also mean missing out….
  • My Fellow Americans
    My Fellow Americans Keir Graff
    Narrator:
    John Moraitis
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    He was a law-abiding citizen—until they called him a terrorist. In the near future, America simmers in suspicion and fear. The president expands the global front of the war on terror, then declares martial law and sits, unelected, for a third term. In Chicago, Jason Walker, amateur photographer and architecture enthusiast, inadvertently arouses the suspicions of Homeland Security. Detained, interrogated, and tortured, he's finally able to convince his captors of his innocence. But his freedom comes at a price. There's a terrorist group operating out of a Lebanese cultural center, they say. They need a man inside. And Jason Walker's mother was Lebanese, wasn't she? Caught between an arrogant government agent and a charismatic Lebanese immigrant who calls himself a patriot and a girlfriend who chooses an awkward time to become a political activist, Jason Walker struggles to decide who deserves his loyalty. And the stakes couldn't be higher....
  • My Final Word
    My Final Word Charles Colson
    Narrator:
    Maurice England
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    One of the most respected and influential Christian leaders of the last several decades, Chuck Colson engaged millions through his books, public speaking, and radio broadcasts.In My Final Word, longtime Colson coauthor Anne Morse has selected and arranged pieces Colson wrote mostly during the last decade of his life, spotlighting what he saw as key topics of ongoing importance for Christian cultural engagement. Some of these issues include• crime and punishment• natural law• Islam• same-sex marriage• the persecution of Christians• and moreLongtime readers and new readers alike will be struck by the power and immediacy of Colson’s arguments. My Final Word is a fitting end to Colson’s distinguished publishing career, a behind-the-scenes encounter with an influential thinker, and a needed call to an ongoing and relevant Christian public witness.
  • My First 2,000 Men
    My First 2,000 Men Liz Renay
    Narrator:
    Coleen Marlo
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    Revelations from a glamorous high-fashion model who spent her life adoring men tell of her stint as a stripper, her involvement with mobsters, her term in jail, and her more than two thousand amorous liaisons.
  • My First Guitar
    My First Guitar Julia Crowe
    Narrator:
    Ralph Lister
    L.J. Ganser
    Lisa Friedman-York
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    Whether it is a beautiful and classic model or an unglamorous and inexpensive starter instrument, a musician's first guitar can be the catalyst that motivates a lifelong passion. This audiobook contains interviews with 70 of the world's most well-known guitarists across musical genres and playing styles to discover how their love of the instrument compelled them to pursue music as a career. These guitar icons reveal how they got their first instrument, the music they loved, and their heroes and inspirations. With an impressive list of subjects—including Dick Dale, Melissa Etheridge, Jimmy Page, Les Paul, and Carlos Santana—as well guitar legends as Alex Lifeson, Joe Satriani, and Jimmie Vaughan, this book has appeal for guitar heroes and non-musicians alike.
  • My First Murder
    My First Murder Leena Lehtolainen
    Narrator:
    Amy Rubinate
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    After a student choir’s practice session at a Helsinki villa turns deadly, Detective Maria Kallio finds herself in the middle of the action — and her first murder case. Someone in the group wanted playboy Tommi Peltonen dead, but that’s one song these suspects refuse to sing. Behind the choir’s jovial facade lies bitter passion, and the victim’s seemingly perfect life hid a host of sins that made him a target of almost everyone in the villa. As a young female — and a redhead to boot — Maria knows that solving this case will help her overcome her perceived shortcoming in the eyes of her colleagues. But as the case takes startling twists and turns, and friends and foes become interchangeable, will she be able to piece together the clues before the killer strikes again?
  • My First Year in the Country
    My First Year in the Country Kim Chernin
    Narrator:
    Gwen Hughes
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    An urban woman moves to the country and falls in love with a horse - an embodiment of nature, wisdom, and living in the moment. She is not exactly a spring chicken, as the village people are quick to point out, and she hasn't been in the saddle since she was a child. Her tireless quest for the world's most beautiful horse makes her look like a fool. That's OK with her; she knows it isn't far from the truth. But will it stop her? Kim Chernin has won acclaim for her numerous works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, including The Obsession, In My Mother's House (nominated for the Chronicle Critics Award and chosen as Alice Walker's Favorite Book of the Year in the New York Times, 1983), The Flame Bearers (1986 New York Times Notable Book), and the national best seller The Hungry Self. She is the recipient of an NEA Grant for Fiction. She has appeared on Phil Donahue, Good Morning America, Charlie Rose, The Today Show, and others. She has been featured on radio across the US, including NPR, KQED Forum, and Larry King Radio. She appeared in the documentaries If Women Ruled the World: A Washington Dinner Party and Remembering the Goddess. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Focus magazine, and Tikkun. Her work has been featured in New York Times Book Review, LA Times, Newsday, and other publications. This is a short audiobook published by Shebooks - high-quality fiction, memoir, and journalism for women, by women.
  • My Friend's a Werewolf
    My Friend's a Werewolf Pete Johnson
    Narrator:
    Brigit Forsyth
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    When Simon moves in next door, he and Kelly become instant friends. But Kelly just can't help noticing that there's something very odd about her new friend. For one thing, he wears black gloves all the time - even to school. And could that be hair beginning to sprout on his face? Last, but definitely not least, there's the howling at night.... Kelly always thought werewolves only existed in stories and late-night films, but now she's starting to change her mind. A spooky story about a girl with a very strange friend, from best-selling author Pete Johnson.
  • My Funny Friends
    My Funny Friends Mike McColl Jones
    Narrator:
    Mike McColl Jones
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    Comedy writer, Mike McColl Jones, has lots of funny friends. Graham Kennedy, Bert Newton, Don Lane, Tommy Hanlon Jnr, Stuart Wagstaff, Steve Vizard, Frankie J. Holden... Mike has written for them all. In a career spanning decades, Mike has been an insider at television's funniest moments - on and off the screen. In My Funny Friends, Mike shares 'insiders' stories about the who's who of Australian television.
  • My Future Husband
    My Future Husband Karen Clarke
    Narrator:
    Katy Sobey
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    When Sasha meets Elliot a month before her wedding to Pete, the news he brings seems incredible. He claims to have arrived from the future, explaining that their timeline was knocked off course in 2010, preventing them from meeting, and begs her to find him in the present day. But Sasha’s wedding plans are underway and though she’s curious, Elliot turns out to be feckless, rebellious, and engaged to a glamorous and pregnant Belle. He’s not remotely her type and is instantly suspicious of Sasha’s motives for tracking him down, convinced his disapproving father has sent her to spy on him. Sasha decides to go ahead with her wedding, but a previous connection with Elliot’s father finds her doing the catering at a dinner party at his house. With the help of her best friend, Rosie, she soon discovers that Elliot has sadness in his past, and that Belle is up to no good....
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