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by Invincible Publishing,J. G. Woodward

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  • ISBN 0982259506
  • ISBN13 978-0982259504
  • Language English
  • Author Invincible Publishing,J. G. Woodward
  • Publisher Invincible Publishing (December 8, 2008)
  • Pages 188
  • Formats lit rtf rtf mobi
  • Category LGBT
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1901 kb
  • Size Fb2 1400 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 180

The historical fiction novel was written before same sex union became federally recognized in the USA, giving a riveting account of what life was like before the LGBTQ community had the same civil rights as other citizens - with a twist! It is written in a setting wherein only ten percent of the population in the United States is heterosexual, and the only difference in the course of history over the past one hundred years is that the majority of the population is gay, instead of straight. This novel challenges the reader to peer into an alternate reality of what the world would be like if the only variable changed was that there was a different ruling majority class. The story is based in Southern California. Marcus is a straight man born in 1930 whom against all odds, finds the woman of his dreams, in spite of the problems that he and Marie must overcome. They love, they strive, they succeed, and they spend their entire lifetimes together, despite the deck being stacked against them as the most overlooked minority population in the country. This love story is laced with historical facts and laws that are educational for the reader; yet, it is uproariously funny. It challenges you to bend your conception of past and present time. This novel promises to expand your thinking and to pose questions in your mind. It is uplifting, intellectually intriguing, and best of all, it has a happy ending.

Published December 8th 2008 by Invincible Publishing.

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In this alternate reality tale, only 10% of the population is heterosexual, and the only difference in the course of history over the past 100 years is that the majority of the population is gay, instead of straight. The love story is based in Southern California. Marcus is a 79-year old straight man whom against all odds, finds the woman of his dreams. They love, they strive, they succeed, and they spend their entire lifetimes together, despite the deck being stacked against them as the most overlooked minority in the country.

Her historical fiction novel is Over the Course of a Lifetime. By default you will receive a daily digest containing any books that were published by authors in your subscription list. If you like, you can change the digest interval below. All five of her poetry books have been republished in the omnibus, Love, Recovery & God’s Grace (2017). She makes her home in Akron, Ohio. Where to find J. G. Woodward online.

Invincible Publishing has 1 entries in their OverDrive catalogue. J. Woodward Author Randal Schaffer Narrator (2019). Invincible Publishing.

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The historical fiction novel is written in a setting wherein only ten percent of the population in the United States is heterosexual, and the only difference in the course of history over the past one hundred years is that the majority of the population is gay, instead of straight. Publisher:Invincible Publishing.

His most recent book is A History of Books. He has also published a collection of essays, Invisible Yet Enduring Lilacs (2005). In 1999 Gerald Murnane won the Patrick White Award. In 2009 he won the Melbourne Prize for Literature.

In retirement Philip Woodward wrote another classic book, My. .In 2006 the British Horological Institute published a hard-cover collection of 6.

In retirement Philip Woodward wrote another classic book, My Own Right Time fondly known as MORT, a record of his passion for horology. Along with many other topics, MORT describes in detail the design of his clocks, including his masterpiece "W5". Woodward contributed dozens of articles to horological periodicals over more than 30 years. In 2006 the British Horological Institute published a hard-cover collection of 63 articles with new notes by Dr. Woodward. The collection, Woodward on Time, originally compiled by Bill Taylor, ASC. became instantly known as "WOT". It was very well received.

Invincible Publishing. Over the Course of a Lifetime is J. Woodward’s debut novel. Are you as open-minded as you believe yourself to be? Can you think outside of the box? Over the Course of a Lifetime will guide you to the answers within yourself

Invincible Publishing. Are you as open-minded as you believe yourself to be? Can you think outside of the box? Over the Course of a Lifetime will guide you to the answers within yourself. Woodward, a descendent of Edgar Allan Poe, General Robert E. Lee, and President George Washington, obtained Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Kent State University. She makes her home in Akron, Ohio and she is known as The People’s Poet, due to her ability to reach a diversity of readers.

It is so refreshing to see a book about time, timekeeping, and the mechanical end that contains original thought versus the constant rehashing that we often see in the pseudo repair and many of the coffee table books! He provides thought provoking material that gives a keen insight into many of the more mysterious aspects of timekeeping.

The War Within: A Secret White House History (2006–2008) is a non-fiction book by Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward that was released by publisher Simon & Schuster on September 8, 2008. It is the fifteenth book written by Woodward, the fourth in a series of books about President George W. Bush and his administration's foreign policy including Bush at War, Plan of Attack, and State of Denial.