Miles From Nowhere

Miles From Nowhere Author Barbara Savage
ISBN-10 9781594853944
Release 1985-01-31
Pages 340
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* A well-loved, classic tale of adventure * Read this and you'll find yourself recommending it to friends again and again This is the story of Barbara and Larry Savage's sometimes dangerous, often zany, but ultimately rewarding 23,000 miles global bicycle odyssey, which took them through 25 countries in two years. Miles From Nowhere is an adventure not to be missed! Along the way, these near-neophyte cyclists encountered warm-hearted strangers eager to share food and shelter, bicycle-hating drivers who shoved them off the road, various wild animals (including a roof ape and an attack camel), sacred cows, rock-throwing Egyptians, overprotective Thai policeman, motherly New Zealanders, meteorological disasters, bodily indignities, and great personal joys. The stress of traveling together constantly for two years tested and ultimately strengthened the young couple's relationship. As their trip ends you'll find yourself yearning for Barbara and Larry to mount back up and keep pedaling. It's a story that makes you feel like you've grown right along with the author.



Miles From Nowhere

Miles From Nowhere Author Nami Mun
ISBN-10 9780748111152
Release 2009-01-15
Pages 256
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Joon is a young Korean immigrant living in the Bronx of the 1980s. Her parents have crumbled under the weight of her father's infidelity and mental illness has rendered her mother nearly catatonic. So Joon, at the age of thirteen, decides she's better off on her own and sets out on a harrowing and sometimes tragic journey, exposing herself to all the pain and difficulty of a life lived on the margins. Joon's years on the streets take her from a homeless shelter to an escort club, through struggles with addiction, to jobs selling newspapers and cosmetics, committing petty crimes, and, finally, towards something resembling hope. In raw and beautiful prose, Nami Mun tells the story of a young woman who is at once tough yet vulnerable, world-weary yet naive, faced with insurmountable odds and yet fiercely determined to survive. Honest, inventive and profoundly moving, Miles From Nowhere is a dazzling debut novel that will haunt and inspire.



Miles from Nowhere

Miles from Nowhere Author Dayton Duncan
ISBN-10 0803266278
Release 2000-09-01
Pages 320
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"In this splendid book a gifted observer and a terrific idea have come together in a real love match. In 1990, a century after the census bureau's famous observation of the frontier's imminent end, Dayton Duncan set out in an aging GMC Suburban to visit a large sampling of counties outside Alaska that have fewer than two persons per square milethe bureau's old standard for places still in a frontier condition. There are 132 such counties. All are in the West. . . . The result of his tour is an insightful and entertaining book, troubling and funny and consistently illuminating. . . . Much of the book's charm comes from Duncan's sketches of people who choose to live 'miles from nowhere'ranchers in the Nebraska sandhills, a New Mexican bar owner, a priest and United Parcel Service driver along the Texas-Mexico border, and the descendant of a Seminole Negro army scout in west Texas. In them he finds characteristics associated with the mythic frontier. . . . Great fun to read."Montana Born and raised in a small town in Iowa, Dayton Duncan has been a reporter, humor columnist, editorial writer, chief of staff to a governor, and deputy press secretary for presidential campaigns. He lives in Walpole, New Hampshire. His books include Out West: An American Journey, also available in a Bison Books edition.



Dwight Yoakam

Dwight Yoakam Author Don McLeese
ISBN-10 9780292723818
Release 2012-03-15
Pages 221
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Chronicles the musical life of the country star who has made a career of blending disparate influences, drawing on interviews to explore his authenticity and success as an artist.



1000 Miles from Nowhere

1000 Miles from Nowhere Author Glenn Spillman
ISBN-10 1507683839
Release 2016-03-17
Pages 188
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This is my true story. I was raised in a strict Christian home and could never measure up to those standards. Feeling rejected I returned to the world of alcohol and drug abuse. I ended up in a life of crime, lived in a realm of a very destructive lifestyle. I was the true architect of my own destruction, I hated myself and the world around me. I attempted suicide many times as a way to escape the world that I was living in. I have been married several times and have had dozens of relationships, and have destroyed people along the way. I have recently been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, and that added another a different layer for me to get through. It has not been an easy road for me to travel down and I know that there are many others out there who are suffering and hurting. I wrote this book for those very people in hopes and the belief that this book will help them start a new path in life.



A Thousand Miles from Nowhere

A Thousand Miles from Nowhere Author John Gregory Brown
ISBN-10 9780316302821
Release 2016-06-28
Pages 288
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A Virginia Book Award Finalist "A beautiful, haunting novel."--Tom Franklin "John Gregory Brown is a writer I've long admired, and this new novel is his best book yet. A Thousand Miles from Nowhere is a marvelous depiction of one man's stumbling journey from despair toward a hard-won redemption."--Ron Rash "You have lost everything, yes?" Everything? Henry thought; he considered the word. Had he lost everything? Fleeing New Orleans as Hurricane Katrina approaches, Henry Garrett is haunted by the ruins of his marriage, a squandered inheritance, and the teaching job he inexplicably quit. He pulls into a small Virginia town after three days on the road, hoping to silence the ceaseless clamor in his head. But this quest for peace and quiet as the only guest at a roadside motel is destroyed when Henry finds himself at the center of a bizarre and violent tragedy. As a result, Henry winds up stranded at the ramshackle motel just outside the small town of Marimore, and it's there that he is pulled into the lives of those around him: Latangi, the motel's recently widowed proprietor, who seems to have a plan for Henry; Marge, a local secretary who marshals the collective energy of her women's church group; and the family of an old man, a prisoner, who dies in a desperate effort to provide for his infirm wife. For his previous novels John Gregory Brown has been lauded for his "compassionate vision of human destiny" as well as his "melodic, haunting, and rhythmic prose." With A THOUSAND MILES FROM NOWHERE, he assumes his place in the tradition of such masterful storytellers as Flannery O'Connor and Walker Percy, offering to readers a tragicomic tour de force about the power of art and compassion and one man's search for faith, love, and redemption.



900 Miles from Nowhere

900 Miles from Nowhere Author Steven R. Kinsella
ISBN-10 0873515722
Release 2006
Pages 194
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The voices of Great Plains homesteaders soar from deeply personal letters, diary entries, and vivid photographs, revealing the promise and hardship of early life on the American grasslands.



Miles from Nowhere

Miles from Nowhere Author Amy Clipston
ISBN-10 9780310736721
Release 2015-04-07
Pages 288
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Chelsea Morris has always been responsible, dependable, and focused on her dreams of fashion design—a dream that will officially begin come fall, when she leaves for college in New York City. And as she settles into her role as the lead designer for the local summer stock theater group, she decides to make the most of her last summer in North Carolina. But with her best friend Emily busy working late and spending time with Zander, and tensions with Chelsea’s boyfriend, Todd, running high, the summer she envisioned seems to be falling flat. Then Dylan joins the latest summer production. There’s something about the college boy that makes her feel free and alive, and soon she’s broken up with Todd, and is sneaking out late to meet Dylan at parties and breaking rules at the playhouse. But before she knows it, her exciting nights are interfering with her job, her role on the play, as well as her relationship with Emily and with her parents. Worse, Chelsea finds herself feeling more and more estranged from God. As the summer becomes wilder than she ever dreamed, Chelsea must decide if her heart is leading her in the right direction after all.



A thousand miles from nowhere

A thousand miles from nowhere Author Graham Coster
ISBN-10 UOM:39015032518196
Release 1995
Pages 274
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A thousand miles from nowhere has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A thousand miles from nowhere also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A thousand miles from nowhere book for free.



80 Miles from Nowhere

80 Miles from Nowhere Author Melissa Aylstock
ISBN-10 1555178960
Release 2006
Pages 223
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Lance Morris, a young man on the run from himself and his religion, finds himself in Magna, Utah, without a car, without a job, and without a friend in the world. Soon he finds himself hiding from even more than his painful upbringing. Lance's impulsive behavior thrusts him into a dangerous situation. to make matters worse, he inadvertently drags his roommate's quirky sister into the mess. Minding her own business has never been Enin Woodson's strong suit, so when a new guy shows up at her brother's house, she's all about making sure he doesn't do anything to negatively influence her less-active brother. at least that's what she means to do until her plan goes awry and she alienates her brother even more. Despite their agendas, Enin and Lance soon discover that when the going gets tough, even the tough do better as a team. Reviews - Fast-paced excitement and suspense will keep you turning the pages in Melissa Aylstock's new book, 80 Miles from Nowhere. Intrigue blends with important gospel principles to make this book a compelling read. - Cheri Crane, author of Moment of Truth 80 Miles from Nowhere just reached 3rd on our bestseller's list today. It's a great book! I read it in one day. - Karen, California Bookstore Owner



Miles from Nowhere Other Selected Works of Verse and Spoken Word

Miles from Nowhere    Other Selected Works of Verse and Spoken Word Author Ricardo Fleshman
ISBN-10 9780595350803
Release 2005-04
Pages 39
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"Spoken Word"--that most passionate, accusatory, dramatic, self-identifying, political, statement-making, and often provocative diatribe set to the jungle rhythms or melodic flow of one's soul--is rapidly becoming the vessel of the young, hip, contemporary revolutionary. Ricardo M Fleshman, author of "Further Proof That I Have Existed" and the follow-up book, "The Goodbye Days," has now released a collection of his own personal favorite poems written in the form of long verse and his heretofore unpublished spoken word poetry. To find more Information on this author please visit: http: //ricofleshman.topcities.com



Hundred Miles to Nowhere

Hundred Miles to Nowhere Author Elisa Korenne
ISBN-10 1682010643
Release 2017-06-06
Pages 344
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Hundred Miles to Nowhere: An Unlikely Love Story explores what happens when a singer-songwriter moves from New York City to rural Minnesota for love, and finds there's more to life than music. When Elisa Korenne took a month's break from New York City to be the resident singer-songwriter in middle-of-nowhere Minnesota, she didn't intend to stay. Then she fell in love with the local outdoorsman/insurance guy. One cross-country romance later, Elisa gave up subways, theater, City Bakery cookies, and her Brooklyn apartment to become the 1,153rd resident of New York Mills, a rural town ninety miles from the nearest metropolitan area, Fargo. She had to resort to moonshine to stay sane. The barista knew her weekend plans before she did. The postmaster set up gigs for her behind her back. Chris expected her to eat roadkill for dinner. And you wouldn't believe the uproar when the Finnish Lutherans in town learned she was Jewish. Despite a gun-toting Millenialist neighbor and the furnace dying at twenty-six below, Elisa moved to Minnesota and married Chris anyway. Then a tornado threatens to destroy the home she had finally made for herself. Hundred Miles to Nowhere is A Year in Provence for the Prairie Home Companion crowd, or Coop for fans of indie music.



100 Miles from Nowhere

100 Miles from Nowhere Author Lila Conover Bishop
ISBN-10 9781410742216
Release 2003-05-01
Pages 288
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TWO ESCAPING THE LAST BATTLE Is a dramatic, true story about two Berliner girls, my girl friend and I, who escaped on April 22, 1945, at 11:30 AM, just in time to avoid the cruelty and raping by Russian Soldiers. One-day later Russian soldiers entered my grandparent's home. This story is dramatic and encounters danger, wit, ingenuity, comedy, love, and disappointment. The dialog, dispersed with a German accent, is as close to the native speech as possible. This is a great story; there was suspense almost every day. People who read my rough draft could not put it down. Their comment was that it would make a great movie. My girl friend and I prayed many times to the lord, and He must have heard us because here I am writing this story.



Thirty One Miles from Nowhere

Thirty One Miles from Nowhere Author Twila Blakely
ISBN-10 1511960558
Release 2015-06-10
Pages 358
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Growing up thirty-one miles from nowhere in the sparse country of Western Kansas is challenge enough...but add the years 1940 to the early 1960s, a house full of independent, rowdy kids, a mother who teaches one room country schools and a father that scrapes out a career in farming...it's all bound to collide in an unpredictable life. Written with reference from an armload of diaries and a heritage rich in hard work, struggle and humor, we relive the times of a family growing up determined to survive. As a first-time author, Twila Tuttle Blakely has shared the resilience of a family who met everyday life head-on. Having parents who grew up in the early 1900s with no modern conveniences (running water, electricity, inside bathrooms, phones, or vehicles) created tough individuals. The lack of these same "modern conveniences" carried over into the first several years of their married life, with the exception of a vehicle, as their family grew to nine children, seven who survived to adulthood. Life was made interesting with a dirt floor, glass cloth windows, farming chores, pet skunks, a variety of different high schools...and even a Haunted House. Entertainment in the boonies was created by the vivid imagination of the four boys and three girls...often at each other's expense...but there was always "pay back" time. Hard times and tragedies were faced with a faith in God and the support of each other. Written in a rather whimsical way, the author has created moments that will make you smile often, tear up, and relive your own treasured memories. "Twila Tuttle Blakely's charming and thoughtful memoir took me down my own memory lane and reminded me of the incredible importance of telling our stories. THIRTY-ONE MILES FROM NOWHERE is filled with genuine humor, profound insights, and slice-of-life moments that bring a tear to the eye and joy to the heart. I loved this book!" -- Deborah Raney, author of THE FACE OF THE EARTH and the Chicory Inn Novels series



500 Miles to Nowhere

500 Miles to Nowhere Author Fred Eason
ISBN-10 1607468085
Release 2012-04-01
Pages 246
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This book was inspired by stories about the life of Bass Reeves, a Deputy U.S. Marshal appointed by the court of Judge Isaac C. Parker. Although he was by all accounts an outstanding marshal, Bass Reeves remained somewhat undiscovered. There were several books written about Bass Reeves, which are detailed in the introduction of this book, but Bass never achieved the fame of marshals like Wyatt Earp. Even though this book is mostly a work of fiction, it is hoped this book will help gain Bass Reeves the attention he deserves. On May 26th, 2012, a monument will be dedicated to Bass Reeves near the site of the new U.S. Marshal's Museum in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Ten per cent of the proceeds of this book will be donated to that museum. Five per cent of the proceeds of this book will be donated to the monument fund. On the 10th day of May, 1875, Judge Isaac C. Parker presided over the court in Fort Smith for the first time. His court has been referred to as the greatest criminal court on earth. His court inspired the writing of the history of his court called ""Hell on the Border."" Many of the events depicted in this book were inspired by that book. But this book is not about Judge Parker's court. This book is about the marshals who risked their lives to clean up Indian Territory; which harbored some of the worst criminals ever depicted, most of whom were white men. Fred Eason was a Financial Consultant and a Branch Manager for a major brokerage firm from 1979 to 1995. He was President of First Commercial Investments from 1995 to 1998. He was President of Delta Trust Investments until he retired in 2008. He remains Chairman of the Board of Delta Trust Investments and is an owner of Delta Land Management Company and is President of Eason LaRoche Holdings, Inc. He is also the author of "The Wall Street Money Game."



9 Miles to Nowhere

9 Miles to Nowhere Author Dan T. Williams
ISBN-10 1498400566
Release 2014-05-28
Pages 76
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America has suffered bleeding many times during its young history, but none so tragic and as miserable as that which occurred during the Civil War. The country was torn apart, sometimes creating wounds that never healed. This is a story of that era, when the Williams family decided to depart Swansea, Wales, and make their home in America. This story, some fact and some fiction chronicles the history of how the Williams family made its way to Meade County, Kentucky. This tumultuous journey will take you through their connection with John Hunt Morgan and his "Raiders" and of his "right hand man," Captain John Mac, and how each affected the Williams family. Discover the hardships of a house divided by slavery and the calamities involved with living in a border state, such as Kentucky, during the Civil War. Witness the family as they observe neighbor fighting against neighbor and the loss of loved ones at the wage of the war. Directly experience the Captain's personal tragedy on the river, during one of the battles. This is truly a story about a family, state and country finding recovery and hope after the onslaught of the Civil War.



Company Towns of the Pacific Northwest

Company Towns of the Pacific Northwest Author Linda Carlson
ISBN-10 9780295805535
Release 2014-04-01
Pages 288
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2004 Washington State Book Award Finalist "Company town." The words evoke images of rough-and-tumble loggers and gritty miners, of dreary shacks in isolated villages, of wages paid in scrip good only at price-gouging company stores, of paternalistic employers. But these stereotypes are outdated, especially for those company towns that flourished well into the twentieth century. In Company Towns of the Pacific Northwest, Linda Carlson provides a more balanced and realistic look at these "intentional communities." Drawing from residents� reminiscences, contemporary newspaper accounts, company newsletters and histories, census and school records, and site plans, Carlson looks at towns in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. She examines how companies went about controlling housing, religion, taxes, liquor, prostitution, and union organizers. This vibrant history gives the details of daily life in communities that were often remote and subject to severe weather. It looks at the tragedies and celebrations: sawmill accidents, mine cave-ins, and avalanches as well as Independence Day picnics, school graduations, and Christmas parties. Finally, it tells what happened when people left--when they lost their jobs, when the family breadwinner died or was disabled, when the mill closed. An ample selection of illustrations, most never previously published, broadens the appeal of this lively and well-researched book.