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By Deirdre M. Silvestri

It’s a beautiful, clear spring day, and soon the cherry blossoms will fall from the trees and blanket the ground like snow. This season promises to be extraordinary, but it won’t be the same without Da, who passed away at Christmastime. Finn O’Brine stares out the window, taking it all in. He can’t believe his father will never spend time with him again. And he can’t believe there’s a bat at his window—talking to him.

Before his death, Mr. O’Brine told Finn many stories about colossal dragons, sorcery, and the magic of Wickum Mannor in Ireland—but they couldn’t possibly be real, right? Wrong! Magic runs in the O’Brine family; it’s part of their heritage.

Now thirteen, Finn will begin to show signs of his magical inheritance any day now. It’s time for Finn; his twin sister, Neave; his younger brother, Jack; and his mother, Ailish, to leave the comfort of their home in America and journey to Wickum Manor themselves. They expect a summerlong adventure, but the O’Brine children may not be as ready as they think. With all the fantastic things to experience and discover on the four-hundred-acre estate, will Finn want to enroll at the magical Wickum Academy, or will he choose to return to his friends and classes in America at summer’s end?


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By Mark Francis
Willie smiled that big farm boy smile and waved; Max smiled and waved back and the years that had separated them melted away. The two farm boys were going on another fishing trip together. Instead of worms for bait they were going to use memories to catch something more elusive than a trout or bass. They were fishing for an old friendship which had been swimming around just under the surface of their consciousness for over forty years.
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By Deirdre M. Silvestri

It’s a beautiful, clear spring day, and soon the cherry blossoms will fall from the trees and blanket the ground like snow. This season promises to be extraordinary, but it won’t be the same without Da, who passed away at Christmastime. Finn O’Brine stares out the window, taking it all in. He can’t believe his father will never spend time with him again. And he can’t believe there’s a bat at his window—talking to him.

Before his death, Mr. O’Brine told Finn many stories about colossal dragons, sorcery, and the magic of Wickum Mannor in Ireland—but they couldn’t possibly be real, right? Wrong! Magic runs in the O’Brine family; it’s part of their heritage.

Now thirteen, Finn will begin to show signs of his magical inheritance any day now. It’s time for Finn; his twin sister, Neave; his younger brother, Jack; and his mother, Ailish, to leave the comfort of their home in America and journey to Wickum Manor themselves. They expect a summerlong adventure, but the O’Brine children may not be as ready as they think. With all the fantastic things to experience and discover on the four-hundred-acre estate, will Finn want to enroll at the magical Wickum Academy, or will he choose to return to his friends and classes in America at summer’s end?


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By Mark Francis
Willie smiled that big farm boy smile and waved; Max smiled and waved back and the years that had separated them melted away. The two farm boys were going on another fishing trip together. Instead of worms for bait they were going to use memories to catch something more elusive than a trout or bass. They were fishing for an old friendship which had been swimming around just under the surface of their consciousness for over forty years.
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By Raoul Hawkins

Portrait of a Fallen Angel is a black comedy that explores the darker side of innocence. When Frank Walker gains notoriety as the Devil-worshipping prophet of a new religion, he naively believes he can control the beast he has unleashed.

“The messiah is coming?” he exhorts his followers, but when the messiah really does turn up, all Hell is set to break loose.


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By Raoul Hawkins

Portrait of a Fallen Angel is a black comedy that explores the darker side of innocence. When Frank Walker gains notoriety as the Devil-worshipping prophet of a new religion, he naively believes he can control the beast he has unleashed.

“The messiah is coming?” he exhorts his followers, but when the messiah really does turn up, all Hell is set to break loose.


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By Raoul Hawkins

Portrait of a Fallen Angel is a black comedy that explores the darker side of innocence. When Frank Walker gains notoriety as the Devil-worshipping prophet of a new religion, he naively believes he can control the beast he has unleashed.

“The messiah is coming?” he exhorts his followers, but when the messiah really does turn up, all Hell is set to break loose.


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By Charles E. Schwarz
Edmund Peoples, definitely an optimistic person, has just received an important assignment: to visit various lands, each famous for a particular social advance. With orders to report back to his superiors on each land’s successful methods and how his country can achieve social betterment as a result, Peoples prepares to leave his girlfriend and best friend behind, and embark on his journey accompanied by two other investigating visitors: the attractive Sunni Childless and the young and ambitious Omar Hinki.

As Peoples and the two other visitors agree to separate and launch solo investigations, he begins his romp through ten strange, frightening, and laughable lands where he is confronted with humorous social and non-political spoofs as well as personal struggles that eventually lead him to shed his optimistic persona and embrace pessimism. Forced to question his beliefs, trust in strangers, and face danger, Peoples manages to survive his journey and return home, only to discover he has lost everything. Now jobless, aimless, and without a purpose, Peoples must somehow find his way back to a happy life.

Visit to the Circus of Fools shares a hero’s entertaining, satirical journey through various lands as he learns more than he ever imagined, especially about himself.

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By Charles E. Schwarz
Edmund Peoples, definitely an optimistic person, has just received an important assignment: to visit various lands, each famous for a particular social advance. With orders to report back to his superiors on each land’s successful methods and how his country can achieve social betterment as a result, Peoples prepares to leave his girlfriend and best friend behind, and embark on his journey accompanied by two other investigating visitors: the attractive Sunni Childless and the young and ambitious Omar Hinki.

As Peoples and the two other visitors agree to separate and launch solo investigations, he begins his romp through ten strange, frightening, and laughable lands where he is confronted with humorous social and non-political spoofs as well as personal struggles that eventually lead him to shed his optimistic persona and embrace pessimism. Forced to question his beliefs, trust in strangers, and face danger, Peoples manages to survive his journey and return home, only to discover he has lost everything. Now jobless, aimless, and without a purpose, Peoples must somehow find his way back to a happy life.

Visit to the Circus of Fools shares a hero’s entertaining, satirical journey through various lands as he learns more than he ever imagined, especially about himself.

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By Charles E. Schwarz
Edmund Peoples, definitely an optimistic person, has just received an important assignment: to visit various lands, each famous for a particular social advance. With orders to report back to his superiors on each land’s successful methods and how his country can achieve social betterment as a result, Peoples prepares to leave his girlfriend and best friend behind, and embark on his journey accompanied by two other investigating visitors: the attractive Sunni Childless and the young and ambitious Omar Hinki.

As Peoples and the two other visitors agree to separate and launch solo investigations, he begins his romp through ten strange, frightening, and laughable lands where he is confronted with humorous social and non-political spoofs as well as personal struggles that eventually lead him to shed his optimistic persona and embrace pessimism. Forced to question his beliefs, trust in strangers, and face danger, Peoples manages to survive his journey and return home, only to discover he has lost everything. Now jobless, aimless, and without a purpose, Peoples must somehow find his way back to a happy life.

Visit to the Circus of Fools shares a hero’s entertaining, satirical journey through various lands as he learns more than he ever imagined, especially about himself.

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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who are just looking for the best of anything anyone has on offer because they can’t reach someone else’s expectations of what that should be, for themselves, Getting Everything Backwards contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way to make it look like you’re at your best even if it’s just a vision of light blinding everyone to all your inner demons. Willidau has spent years laughing at himself, collecting his thoughts, taken time off to reflect, found his animal instincts, re-schooled himself in life and checked himself in to be checked out and still could never be satisfied with himself, in other people’s eyes. So Ken Willidau’s philosophy, now, is that if you can’t get over your own guilt, remember that someone’s best isn’t everyone’s best so it’s best to be your own for you. Trying to keep the faith, throughout a life enveloped by a feeling of man-made and heaven-sent guilt, Willidau tries to show the good within each chapter of his life and let it shine through for all to see. Willidau takes his best to show people he’s the best that he can be as long as they don’t dig any deeper into his soul. And he hopes you see the best in him, too. Chapters are testaments to how looking your best is as good as being it to people who worship those qualities and ignore what they don’t see. Among them, “Genesis”, “False Idols”, “Proverbs”, “Noah’s Ark”, “Acts” and “Exodus” make the sermon one to question your faith in your own best beliefs. The pulpit is filled with a preacher of jokes using wit, twisted logic, dark humour, confessions you’ve made, and double entendre humour. Putting your faith in Ken, at his best, will make him feel better about himself and, hopefully, you. But, no guilt either way. Getting Everything Backwards is a perfect read for those times when you know you’re never going to be the best you can be for others, so you might as well spend time with someone who’s trying to look it, if not be it, for you. Let’s pray this works.
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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who don’t know what they want from someone who doesn’t know what they have in mind to leave you in the end, A Piece of Work In Progress contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way to use everything in life to construct something good from all the sub-standard materials you have to work with. 

Willidau builds himself up just to tear himself down and will shake your very foundations to the ground as your own deadline looms. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that it’s all in you to be it so you might as well connect it all together into something worthwhile after all. Willidau takes his job very seriously, using all the materials life has had to offer and accomplish something that will last a lifetime. His own. 

Chapters attempt to project manage a life of inter-connecting building blocks to erect something better than its parts. Among them, “Building a Team”, “Blueprints”, “Tools”, “Nuts and Bolts”, “Painting Yourself Into a Corner” and “Milestone Celebrations” make the day one of those that a lifetime can be built upon. The day is spent with an architect of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that will raze your spirits, plays on words and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will offer readers a plan of action to creating something for themselves out of their own blueprints. 

A Piece of Work in Progress is a perfect read for those days you’re not going to get anything done all by yourself so you might as well spend it on someone else’s unfinished business just for the experience. Let’s get busy.

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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who are just looking for the best of anything anyone has on offer because they can’t reach someone else’s expectations of what that should be, for themselves, Getting Everything Backwards contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way to make it look like you’re at your best even if it’s just a vision of light blinding everyone to all your inner demons. Willidau has spent years laughing at himself, collecting his thoughts, taken time off to reflect, found his animal instincts, re-schooled himself in life and checked himself in to be checked out and still could never be satisfied with himself, in other people’s eyes. So Ken Willidau’s philosophy, now, is that if you can’t get over your own guilt, remember that someone’s best isn’t everyone’s best so it’s best to be your own for you. Trying to keep the faith, throughout a life enveloped by a feeling of man-made and heaven-sent guilt, Willidau tries to show the good within each chapter of his life and let it shine through for all to see. Willidau takes his best to show people he’s the best that he can be as long as they don’t dig any deeper into his soul. And he hopes you see the best in him, too. Chapters are testaments to how looking your best is as good as being it to people who worship those qualities and ignore what they don’t see. Among them, “Genesis”, “False Idols”, “Proverbs”, “Noah’s Ark”, “Acts” and “Exodus” make the sermon one to question your faith in your own best beliefs. The pulpit is filled with a preacher of jokes using wit, twisted logic, dark humour, confessions you’ve made, and double entendre humour. Putting your faith in Ken, at his best, will make him feel better about himself and, hopefully, you. But, no guilt either way. Getting Everything Backwards is a perfect read for those times when you know you’re never going to be the best you can be for others, so you might as well spend time with someone who’s trying to look it, if not be it, for you. Let’s pray this works.
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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who don’t know what they want from someone who doesn’t know what they have in mind to leave you in the end, A Piece of Work In Progress contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way to use everything in life to construct something good from all the sub-standard materials you have to work with. 

Willidau builds himself up just to tear himself down and will shake your very foundations to the ground as your own deadline looms. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that it’s all in you to be it so you might as well connect it all together into something worthwhile after all. Willidau takes his job very seriously, using all the materials life has had to offer and accomplish something that will last a lifetime. His own. 

Chapters attempt to project manage a life of inter-connecting building blocks to erect something better than its parts. Among them, “Building a Team”, “Blueprints”, “Tools”, “Nuts and Bolts”, “Painting Yourself Into a Corner” and “Milestone Celebrations” make the day one of those that a lifetime can be built upon. The day is spent with an architect of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that will raze your spirits, plays on words and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will offer readers a plan of action to creating something for themselves out of their own blueprints. 

A Piece of Work in Progress is a perfect read for those days you’re not going to get anything done all by yourself so you might as well spend it on someone else’s unfinished business just for the experience. Let’s get busy.

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By Ken Willidau
Written for people who don’t know what they want from someone who doesn’t know what they have in mind to leave you in the end, A Piece of Work In Progress contains more than 2,500 jokes and one-liners that offers readers one way to use everything in life to construct something good from all the sub-standard materials you have to work with. 

Willidau builds himself up just to tear himself down and will shake your very foundations to the ground as your own deadline looms. Ken Willidau’s philosophy is that it’s all in you to be it so you might as well connect it all together into something worthwhile after all. Willidau takes his job very seriously, using all the materials life has had to offer and accomplish something that will last a lifetime. His own. 

Chapters attempt to project manage a life of inter-connecting building blocks to erect something better than its parts. Among them, “Building a Team”, “Blueprints”, “Tools”, “Nuts and Bolts”, “Painting Yourself Into a Corner” and “Milestone Celebrations” make the day one of those that a lifetime can be built upon. The day is spent with an architect of jokes using wit, dark humour, jokes that will raze your spirits, plays on words and double entendre humour. Spending your day with Ken will offer readers a plan of action to creating something for themselves out of their own blueprints. 

A Piece of Work in Progress is a perfect read for those days you’re not going to get anything done all by yourself so you might as well spend it on someone else’s unfinished business just for the experience. Let’s get busy.

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