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MY LIFE WITH WORDS

by Hugh Aaron

My Life with Words is a collection of essays, short stories, classic movie reviews, and poems. On approaching his ninth decade Aaron has compiled this volume of such disparate writings because he believes these short pieces deserve to be shared. Will his writings be of interest to current and future generations? Hopefully yes, because they provide a view into what was happening on this planet and why over the course of a long lifetime. As the sages suggest, to understand the present one needs to know the past.
Reader comments: "It has been a wonderful ride reading it all." "Hugh Aaron's book is truly a modern odyssey of both a man and his time." "Reading My Life With Words is like sitting down with fine conversation and a good cup of coffee." "It is a trip of ideas and wisdom that come with age and experience. It is almost as good as the real thing." 269 pages. $19.95

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STORIES FROM A LIFETIME

by Hugh Aaron
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ABOUT THIS COLLECTION
Stories from a Lifetime carries readers through a widely diverse series of life's peaks and valleys with poignant, clear-eyed vision and understanding that is only gradually gained across the course of a lifetime through endurance and honest appraisal of the emotional rollercoaster that we all ride.

These stories form a welcome, and increasingly rare, honest, grounded, and beautifully written collection that will touch nerves while sympathizing with what it means to be human.
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BUSINESS NOT AS USUAL Volume 2,
Beyond the Bottom Line


by Hugh Aaron
- Based on the first-hand experiences of a creative CEO, the essays in this collection are of unsurpassed value to anyone in business or about to be. They cover a range of business topics not discussed in the first volume of Business Not As Usual, Aaron's previous book on business management. They continue the author's own story of the struggle that is business, and the role that human relationships play.
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QUINTET
by Hugh Aaron


A collection of five novellas, including:
Doctor Banner's Garden
Family Agendas
Ambition
The Ultimate Success
A Son's Father, a Father's Son: A Tale of Two Wars

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WHEN WARS WERE WON
by Hugh Aaron
- An epic, richly crafted coming of age story during World War II in the Southwest Pacific. Acclaimed enthusiastically by reviewers and all who read it. Calling it: "poetic," "a compelling tale," "movie material," "a literary treat," "a story about the loss of innocence," "powerfully poignant," "a sensitive novel," "a moving and emotional story of friendship, love, heartbreak, despair and triumph of the spirit," "one of the most interesting and exciting books I have ever read."
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LETTERS from the GOOD WAR,
A Young Man's Discovery of the World

by Hugh Aaron
- Almost 1,000 WWII letters written home by a young Seabee, taking the reader from the first day at boot camp to the day he returns from the Southwest Pacific. Together they are a character study of a young man coming of age. Written on the scene, they are also a window on the times. Readers and reviewers describe this book as "palpably real," "a remarkable history," "a commitment," "a portrait of a complex and amazing young man." Includes sixteen pages of photographs and fifty-nine pages of notes on events and personalities of the era.
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IT'S ALL CHAOS,
Tales of the Young, the Old, and the Middle Aged
by Hugh Aaron
- Twenty-three short and not so short stories revealing the complexity of human relationships among people of all ages and walks of life. Every reader can find stories he or she can identify with. Reviewer comments: "Aaron's short story fiction captures many of the thoughts and memories that plague us all, no matter what age we are." "In these riveting stories of stark prose and lacerating dialogue Aaron's authentic vision of the post World War II's sterile era sparkles."
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BUSINESS NOT AS USUAL,
How to Win Managing a Company
through Hard and Easy Times

by Hugh Aaron
- Concrete and powerful essays on how to run a business, based on experience, not theory. This book is being used in business school classrooms; some chapters have been copied entirely into other texts. Eight of its 68 sub-chapters were published in the Manager's Journal column of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. Some comments from readers and reviewers: "knocking my socks off, a jewel," "A delightful book, I like its direct and refreshing style, as well as the validity of his examples and the honesty of his reactions." "an engaging business memoir," "candid and wise," "refreshingly unacademic, so effective as a tutorial manual for running businesses today."
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DRIVEN,
Notes of a Neurotic Entrepreneur:
His Trials, Failures, and Victories

by Max Barnet
- A business novel with locomotive force, rare in its honest presentation of the drama of business. The author holds nothing back in this story about running a small manufacturing company. He writes of the double dealings, the betrayals and petty dishonesties, as well as the acts of generosity, trust and loyalty that occur in his relationships with his employees, his customers, the bank, his friends, his wife and his mistress. Revealing his deepest conflicts, fears and doubts, brutally self-aware, the protagonist is DRIVEN to succeed, and does so at great personal cost. Reviewer comments: "A crackling novel, damn near Shakespearean in its drama, psychology and insight." "No one should get and MBA until they've read DRIVEN." "A tale worth telling." "Every business person and the spouse of every business person should read this book."
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GRINGO,
The Making of a Rebel

by Emil Willimetz
- A well written memoir of an unconventional life, this book offers both general readers and scholars a journey behind the lines of the Great Depression, combat in Normandy and northern Germany, and early civil rights and labor organizing in the South. Readers and reviewers say: "You will be fully immersed in his richly detailed stories", "I know I will read Gringo again, rediscovering paragraph by paragraph the story of this modest, delightfully stubborn, uncannily familiar - rebel." "Willimetz autobiography is rather a rough diamond." "a sensitive and candid autobiography," "Willimetz's personality shines on every page."
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GO WEST OLD MAN,
A Father's Journey across America with His Son
by Max Barnet
- An excruciatingly honest journal. Fathers, sons and mothers are responding emotionally to this true account. Once they begin, they're hooked. Reader and reviewer comments: "captivating and uplifting," "Its insights and the lessons it teaches should appeal to anyone with a longing for the reflections and refuge of the road." "Outlines the struggles and joys of the relationship between child and parent and speaks to everyone of us." "The real journey is across uncharted feelings between Harry and Danny." "Continues in the great American literary tradition of philosophical travelogues." "A satisfying, readable trip, written from the heart."
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SUZY, FAIR SUZY
by Hugh Aaron
- A child's story in verse for children ages three to eight concerning the introduction of a new sibling. A sensitive, spoken song with beautiful imagery and sweet refrains, giving pleasure to both listener and reader. Colorfully, imaginatively illustrated, offering much to see on every page.
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THE BUD WILSON DREAM BOOK
by Barbara Kramer
- Winner of the Maine Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship Award...The Bud Wilson Dream Book is a powerful, funny novel about loss and emptiness. As wacky as this novel is, it is built on a wholly credible premise. Sally's dream life touches down and carries the reader with her, through stages of grief, healing, and growth, on a poignant, often hilarious, modern day adventure. Congratulations, Barbara Kramer. (Geof Hewit, author and poet)... The Bud Wilson Dream Book is the most imaginative of all the fiction I read for the Maine Arts Awards. Barbara Kramer achieves a kind of poetry in the wonderful letters Sally Stone receives about the dreams late night television viewers weave around TV host, Bud Wilson. (Suzanne Brown, author, teaches creative writing at Dartmouth College.)
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