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Infinity Publishing New Titles Just Released..October 4, 2013

Posted by Sherrie Wilkolaski on Fri, Oct 04, 2013 @ 11:12 AM

Congratulations to our newly published authors!

 
Fourteen Short Stories
This literary kudzu vine features short stories from the works of Richard Alan Bunch: from the wandering war veteran and artist in “Kismet” to the practitioners of meditation in “Meditation Interruptus,” these stories display the variety of characters and experiences that make up part of this author’s fictional output. read more
by Richard Alan Bunch ~ 0-7414-9849-9 ©2013
Price: $8.95

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John Bard's History of the Old Bucktails
Bard’s scrapbook, “The Story of the Old Bucktails,” was published in the Curwensville Herald newspaper in the 1880’s. Unavailable to the public since then it is a compelling read. read more
by John Bard, Presented By: Clearfield County Historical Society ~ 0-7414-8369-6 ©2013
Price: $14.95

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I, Poetic Confessions, II
Award winning poet/songwriter, Curtis R. Smith emerges from his privacy and exposes deep personal truths in this intimate collection of poetry and short stories based around his life experiences. read more
by Curtis R. Smith ~ 0-7414-9820-0 ©2013
Price: $12.95

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Branches of the Dabson/Dapson Family
Branches of the Dabson/Dapson Family traces the author’s ancestors back to the village of Smarden, Kent, England in the 16th century. For decades the family stayed in Smarden and the surrounding communities, venturing only as far as towns in Sussex. That changed in the 1850s as some of the grandchildren of Jeremiah Dabson and Mary Judge moved to the United States. This book attempts to document many of the Dabsons who stayed in England as well as those who emigrated to New York State and used the surname Dapson and those who settled in Wisconsin and kept the Dabson name. read more
by Janet Dapson Hall ~ 0-7414-9792-1 ©2013
Price: $10.95

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5 .
A House of Straw
a house of straw is a collection of stories and photographs that chronicles a father’s desperate longing to hold on to his son and maintain a useful place in his life. Together, they venture into uncertain and dangerous territory--“an unmarked road.” read more
by Stewart Wolff ~ 0-7414-9730-1 ©2013
Price: $61.95

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Becoming A Better You: Who You Are vs. Who You Think You Are
Becoming a Better You is a conscious journey of self-development with practical and accessible tools, exercises and practices for uncovering and eliminating blocks and barriers to living a full, rich and productive life. It follows a methodical, constant questioning and self-examination, requiring perseverance, focus and a constant awareness of one's thoughts, emotions, and body; including one's breathing. This book will help the reader realize their full potential – moving from self-deceptions to one's own destined perfection, by looking at an issue from every angle and asking the questions that really matter, which will help change one's life. read more
by Peter Vajda, Ph.D. ~ 0-7414-9823-5 ©2013
Price: $12.95

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I, Poetic Confessions, II - Hardcover
Award winning poet/songwriter, Curtis R. Smith emerges from his privacy and exposes deep personal truths in this intimate collection of poetry and short stories based around his life experiences. read more
by Curtis R. Smith ~ 0-7414-9821-9 ©2013
Price: $22.95

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John Bard's History of the Old Bucktails - Hardcover
Bard’s scrapbook, “The Story of the Old Bucktails,” was published in the Curwensville Herald newspaper in the 1880’s. Unavailable to the public since then it is a compelling read. read more
by John Bard, Presented By: Clearfield County Historical Society ~ 0-7414-8370-X ©2013
Price: $22.95

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9 .
Love Lifted Me
For better or worse. In sickness/health. I was faithful to ‘Addiction’ for many years. “Get involved at your own risk,” I was told; to make her mine was the goal. read more
by Frederick and Josephine Curtis ~ 0-7414-9851-0 ©2013
Price: $8.95

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10 .
Generations of War: A Family's History of WWII
“… I bet if all these letters were saved, they would constitute a diary of my Army life away from home. Say hello to the kids for me. Hope you are better. Let me know, will you? Tell Dad his son is as good a soldier as any of these rookies.” - excerpt from a letter by Army Air Force Cadet, Harris Tucker, August 22, 1942 read more
by Brian E. Tucker ~ 0-7414-8447-1 ©2013
Price: $15.95

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11 .
This Old Town, Remembering Medfield
We sometimes forget just how old Medfield is compared to the rest of the nation. Founded in 1649, we are the 43rd oldest town in Massachusetts. But what was life here like back when the town was first settled? First, the Colony of Massachusetts Bay was the body that granted land to the town. The town, in turn, made grants to the new settlers. Medfield separated from Dedham and originally included all the land west of the Charles River over to what is today Millis and Medway. Medway would then break away from Medfield in 1713, and Millis would break away from Medway in 1881. read more
by Richard P. DeSorgher ~ 0-7414-9812-X ©2013
Price: $12.95

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