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WINDERMERE, FL – April 17, 2017 – Story Institute, your online and in-print source for imagining, enhancing, and growing stories, is proud to announce the updated publication of Penelope the Lost Pelican, a children’s story, by Penny Beevor.
Join Penelope the pelican and her new friend Dolly, the dolphin, in their adventure to find Penelope's parents. They must hurry and find them before it is time to migrate. Together, Penelope and Dolly search for clues across the Florida coast and meet some other fun animals along the way.Read more
Mehren Ahmed has written another excellent book. This one tells tales from travels and adventures delighting audiences of all ages. Check out her work in the links below...here is more about the book from the author herself:
"On a trail of relics and ruins, Snapshots is a book of travels delineating my journeys of four major continents. A travel through the ancient, the medieval, the renaissance and the modern, national heritage of each of these continents has been pivotal to this book, showing an evolution of history. Primarily, palaces, mosques, churches, temples and museums, however, renowned forests and sea beaches have also been depicted..."Read more
NASHVILLE, TN – March 1, 2013 – Story Institute, your online and in-print source for imagining, enhancing, and growing stories, is proud to announce the publication of The Blotted Line, a series of short stories, by Mehreen Ahmed.
Riddled with foreign words, The Blotted Line is an international book of short stories. One thematic link that weaves the narratives together is its universal issue of loss. While the stories are individually unique, the characters in each tale lose something precious; not always in the sense of material possessions, but the loss of human values such as trust, freedom, and happiness.
NASHVILLE, TN – September 10, 2010 – Story Institute, your online and in-print source for imagining, enhancing, and growing stories, is proud to announce the publication of Story Institute Presents: Ramblings & Verses Volume I: Let Me Not Begin Anew, edited by John E. Murray, III.
NASHVILLE, TN – August 12, 2010 – Story Institute, your online and in-print source for imagining, enhancing, and growing stories, is proud to announce the publication of The Manuscript, a novel, by Rebecca Laskowitz.
Well, many things have been going on behind the scenes at Story Institute. We have been working with authors on their individual writing and concentrating on editing, designing, and publishing two new books. One will be from an author featured on Story Institute. The other book will be an anthology of the contest entries we have received over the last couple of years. We will be contacting each writer who is set to appear in the anthology. If you have entered our contests and have changed your email since entering our contests, please send us an update. If you do not hear from us by August 15th, 2010, your work may not have been selected for this book. We have tried to assemble the best work as well as keep some consistent themes and writing structures. As a reminder, per our guidelines:Read more
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Alone With Someone
Bill, a self-contained, romantic poet, becomes engulfed within the placidity of music