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The Legendary Graduate Success
The End Of Bullying by Jordan Lee Wellnitz This work was written as an anti-bullying essay. [509 words]
She Likes Trains: The Book Of Engineers by Shelley J Alongi Memories, a new engineer, community, and the book of engineers. [4,114 words]
She Likes Trains Adventures With The Super Hero Bag by Shelley J Alongi Adventures with a railroad grip. [3,881 words]
It's For The Best by John Garlinghouse This is an essay on the positive effects of a lockout. [725 words]
Global Warming By Miles Eyre by Miles Eyre - [486 words]
Conversations With Glen Sweet Engineer Dreams And Metrolink Nightmares by Shelley J Alongi A dream come true; life, money, marriage... [5,852 words]
Oh You Angelic Devil by Dream Rinsed (Gospel Funk!) [99 words]
The Split At Tahrir Square by Alexander Gachikus The demands of “secular” opposition are limited to partial reforms within the framew... [1,512 words]
Conversations With Glenn: A Good Day Up Here by Shelley J Alongi Fatalities and Mickey Mouse. And a man admitting his flaws. What a... [3,566 words]
She Likes Trains: The Railroad Sweet Spot by Shelley J Alongi A question, freights, the railroad sweet spot. [3,015 words]
She Likes Trains: The Locomotive Stairway To Heaven by Shelley J Alongi So many things led to this moment, the moment I took my fir... [993 words]
She Likes Trains: Tales From The Rails by Shelley J Alongi Hit or miss, amazing ladies, the bath. sometimes the train station isn't... [2,395 words]
She Likes Trains: Not Looking For Trouble by Shelley J Alongi The man from the orange trains, two engineers by the stairs, an uncon... [2,064 words]
She Likes Trains: Barely Getting By by Shelley J Alongi Rules, paint jobs, diet Pepsi, kids, pictures, passion. It's all here. [2,142 words]
Violence Can't Stop Itself by Randy Hooper about violence and how we can maybe stop it [603 words]
She Likes Trains: The Stairway To Locomotive Heaven by Shelley J Alongi The metal staircase of Alco 98 curves upward, today is the ... [1,969 words]
She Likes Trains: The South Side Of Paradise by Shelley J Alongi Engineers, food, warm weather, and train chasing. [6,629 words]
She Likes Trains: Steel Tangled by Shelley J Alongi A new restaurant, a systems operation guide, lovely trains, don't get her mad, ... [3,497 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Sweet Engineer Confusion by Shelley J Alongi Short, sweet, confusing, lovely, always worth the wait. Numb... [2,343 words]
She Likes Trains: Sweet Train Dreams by Shelley J Alongi The opening of track 4, more engineers and sweet train dreams. [2,457 words]
She Likes Trains: One Hand Somewhere Else by Shelley J Alongi One hand waving, a bridge to paradise, helpful passengers who take th... [3,838 words]
She Likes Trains: Between Engineers by Shelley J Alongi what takes my time between meeting all my engineers? Happy Easter all my en... [2,742 words]
She Likes Trains: Chatsworth Ephiphany by Shelley J Alongi stories, the missing link, the harvey girls, fatalities, and the Chatswo... [2,768 words]
She Likes Trains: Post Fatality Syndrome by Shelley J Alongi Two years, four switch keys, one lock, one lantern, and three engineer... [2,887 words]
Revolution In The Middle East by Alexander Gachikus What are the prospects of the revolution in Arab world? What sort of a revolution... [2,447 words]
The Human Part Of The Railroad by Shelley J Alongi Trespasser on the tracks. The intimate kiss of the engineer. It's all the human ... [2,519 words]
She Likes Trains: Taking The Engineers Heart by Shelley J Alongi Keys, dogs, stories, and the engineer's hearts. [3,992 words]
She Likes Trains: Journeys To Friday by Shelley J Alongi On our way to Friday, we experience the death of a mascott. The married en... [2,415 words]
She Likes Trains: Missing The Train Meet by Shelley J Alongi Birthday wishes are never too late, heart-stealers, more dogs, and mis... [5,044 words]
She Likes Trains: Flirting With The Locomotives by Shelley J Alongi The switch key attachment, love struck by the locomotives; love... [2,844 words]
On Proletarian Dictatorship And Islamism by Alexander Gachikus Early Islam, which revival at modern level is advocated by revolutiona... [1,309 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Sweet, Lucky Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Train 221's fatality. I am the happiest love sick, star struck ... [3,301 words]
City Miles by Dan Smith City Miles is an essay on an argument between Karl Marx and Uncle Sam that has spilled into a new ce... [1,414 words]
The Letter To Maoist Internationalist Movement by Alexander Gachikus Mentioning only the USA as the super-power and hushing up about ... [521 words]
She Likes Trains: Silent, Train Night by Shelley J Alongi A Christmas carol, a messy, rainy week, Christmas presents for cats, love... [3,183 words]
She Likes Trains: Knowing About The Railroad by Shelley J Alongi Engineers, daring passengers, dogs, signals, and love. [4,635 words]
She Likes Trains: Dog Days And Coming In Out Of The Rain by Shelley J Alongi Rain, accidents, dogs and the crazy Fullerton engineer... [3,642 words]
She Likes Trains: Crossing The Railroad Tracks by Shelley J Alongi Happy new year all my engineers! This year has been very eventfu... [3,783 words]
Afghan Revolution And Russian Imperialism by Alexander Gachikus Odious regime of police batons and lying clerical sermons, which rule... [2,070 words]
Advice To Women by Paula Barta-Schielke A single mother who has overcome childhood trauma and an abusive husband, offers insights into ... [630 words]
Advice To Men On Their Women by Paula Barta-Schielke The female author offers suggestions to men on ways they can strengthen their rela... [665 words]
A Man's Perspective by Paula Barta-Schielke The female author lends her views on a man's perspective on relationships gathered by inter... [560 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Sweet Train Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Signals, Chatsworth, hanging in there, and the mad dash on a rai... [3,058 words]
“Communist” Tyulkin Criticizes Bourgeois Authority For Insufficiency Of Nationalism by Alexander Gachikus Today official "communists"... [305 words]
She Likes Trains: The Engineer's Right To Know by Shelley J Alongi What persistence led to. [2,234 words]
She Likes Trains: Hogger Stocker by Shelley J Alongi All my engineers. All my fun, surprised, sweet engineers, and always my best! [2,153 words]
The Blank Analysis 101 by Mike Piotrowski A simple essay that uses abstraction to follow the parabolic pathway of life [289 words]
Sexnlove by Dream Rinsed the basic erotic instinct. [131 words]
Events In Georgia And Communists’ Response by Alexander Gachikus It is no reason for us, proletarians of the rich nations, to lose he... [2,598 words]
She Likes Trains: My Familiar Places by Shelley J Alongi Engineer teasing, returning to my beloved trains, or is it engineers? And ... [1,446 words]
Major Breakthrough In African Literature by Kennedy O Obohwemu It's really very simple...I'd like the relevant authorities to prove m... [581 words]
Chechen Revolution And Russian Imperialism by Alexander Gachikus - [1,922 words]
Metrolink708: Train Orders For The Court by Shelley J Alongi My engineers get a break, and yet life is still eventful at the fuller... [2,272 words]
Metrolink708: Engineer Hunter by Shelley J Alongi the engineer and the switch key. Of cool summer nights and engineer hunting. [3,117 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Engineer Responsibility by Shelley J Alongi He says deal with it. Engineers have to be responsible. he wa... [3,336 words]
Conversations With Glen: Engineer Of My Dreams by Shelley J Alongi It has been six months since I've talked to him, and it is, afte... [2,596 words]
Metrolink708: Railroad Birthday by Shelley J Alongi My very own train party Shelley style. Trains, conductors, engineers, food, fri... [4,633 words]
Metrolink708: Prince Charming by Shelley J Alongi All of Shelley's Prince charmings. [1,829 words]
Metrolink708: The Commuter Train To Paradise by Shelley J Alongi Tales from the Fullerton station. [3,172 words]
Metrolink708: Metrolink Tales by Shelley J Alongi Metrolink tales. [2,576 words]
Youssef Girard. Tan Malakka : Nationalism, Marxism And Islam by Alexander Gachikus Soviet-Russian opportunism kept silence about Tan ... [1,248 words]
The War On Weed. by Dream Rinsed Pt.1 "How The High Became A Low." [129 words]
The Break-Up Of Ussr: Collapse Of Socialism Or Collapse Of The Old Colonialism? by Alexander Gachikus Soviet Union was not Socialist ... [1,989 words]
Teens And Drugs by Michael Finch it is about the real facts of the effects drugs can have on kids [408 words]
Space For The Future. by Spencer A Morin An amazing idea [220 words]
Metrolink708: On The Trail Of Gold by Shelley J Alongi Gold, engineers, it's all good, it's all gold. [3,498 words]
Manifesto Of The Russian Party Of Bolsheviks by Alexander Gachikus Opportunism of official communist parties compelled us, Russian Bo... [4,151 words]
Letters To Molly Norris by Wael El-Manzalawy - [152 words]
L.B. Some Preliminary Thoughts About Modern Class Structure by Alexander Gachikus The main advantages of the article of L.B.: 1) Rath... [2,307 words]
God's Love: A New Perspective On The Unified Field Theory by Ellen Rosser An essay describing the effect of God's love on the e... [853 words]
From What Is To Begin? by Alexander Gachikus Let us recollect Lenin’s idea of the formation of the party. The essence of this idea is... [1,323 words]
About The Slander Of Proletarian Dictatorship by Alexander Gachikus At imperialist stage the states of 2 types are possible – bourgeo... [459 words]
Metrolink708: Replacing The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi So many engineers, so many stories, so much potential, so little time, and... [4,401 words]
Metrolink708 Making Connections by Shelley J Alongi There's no place like home, I guess. New engineers, connecting with trains, it'... [3,225 words]
Metrolink708: Engineer Day by Shelley J Alongi freight baby, social butterfly, drama, fun, and the gold standard. [5,147 words]
Metrolink708: Being There Tomorrow by Shelley J Alongi Not a good day, but such a great day. Already it has been eventful and we're... [2,200 words]
What It’S Like For Me To Be An Interpreter And Translator by Kclb The satisfaction of being bilingual explained. [383 words]
Metrolink708: Getting The Right One by Shelley J Alongi the FP59, the engineer, it's definitely the right one. And even if he is le... [5,635 words]
Answering Atheism I by Wael El-Manzalawy - [196 words]
Answering Atheism 2 by Wael El-Manzalawy - [119 words]
Metrolink708: Remembering My Name by Shelley J Alongi Do the engineers remember me? Seems so. This week they all either know, use, ... [2,015 words]
The Waterboarding Of Americans. by Dream Rinsed or The Trickle-Down Theory.(as it was called.) [130 words]
Metrolink708 Engineer Magic by Shelley J Alongi One can't stand the MPI, one wants to know where I've been, one wants to know if I'... [5,802 words]
Metrolink708: Engineer Drama by Shelley J Alongi Oh goodness! If you don't like drama, even if it's all in my own head, and you don... [6,420 words]
Metrolink608 The Railroad Facts Of Life by Shelley J Alongi Oh the drama! Showing the engineer the switch key, changing the route, ... [9,681 words]
Metrolink608: Meeting Locomotive 800 by Shelley J Alongi Teasing, loco 800, wary Glen, the two woman fan club, it's all Glen. [2,844 words]
Metrolink608: Making It Through Tuesday by Shelley J Alongi Love, a hard taskmaster; tortured by the bell; two engineers, and stand... [5,677 words]
Conversations With Glen: Engineer Gold by Shelley J Alongi There's gold in that there engineer and I didn't have to dig for it. Oh ... [3,419 words]
She Likes Trains: The Human Gold by Shelley J Alongi Gold digging at the fullerton station. Everything about everything, the gad ab... [2,945 words]
Muslim Versus Atheist by Wael El-Manzalawy - [217 words]
Muslim In The Western World by Wael El-Manzalawy - [309 words]
Metrolink608 Learning The Story by Shelley J Alongi Learning the story, following advice. [3,760 words]
Wisdom - Lost With Tradition by Richard Koss An essay which compares the concept of traditional wisdom with the minds of today'... [500 words]
Metrolink608: Playing Hooky by Shelley J Alongi The first week after New Year's day, quiet, the same question over and over, and my... [2,426 words]
Metrolink608: Making The Engineer Happy by Shelley J Alongi Big trouble, morning blessing, and no sympathy even if I have a cold. h... [4,549 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
The Legendary Graduate Success
DESCRIPTION
How I became a successful author with my book, "The Legendary Graduate" by Joseph D Smith.

ISBN: 978-1-105-23776-8
[343 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Publishing
AUTHOR
Joseph D Smith
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Joseph D. Smith is The Legendary Graduate!
[January 2018]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
joseph.jds.smith@gmail.com
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (23)
Bagon Time! (Poetry) A fun little poem demonstrating laziness in writing, which the majority of people exhibit! [6 words] [Humor]
Cross In The Darkness Of The Night (Poetry) The lonely forsaken cross... This poem is featured in my self-published book of poetry, The Legendary Graduate. [58 words] [Suspense]
Death Is Black (Poetry) A dark poem inspired by "Roses are Read", but instead it shows disdain for a person. This poem may be used for any purpose with credit to Joseph D. Smith, while derivative works may be made as long a... [12 words] [Relationships]
Habit Of Insanity (Poetry) This poem is for those who are struggling or who have struggled with drug addiction. This poem is featured in my self-published poetry book, "The Legendary Graduate". [120 words] [Health]
Hypothesis Of Cancer's Single Underlying Cause (Essays) Does cancer have a single underlying cause? My hypothesis says yes-maybe. [103 words] [Health]
I Am Two (Poetry) I am born by both God and Satan... Their signatures were put on my soul. This is an original, independently published poem. [20 words] [Fable]
I'm Phat And Fat (Poetry) I am proud of who I am, so I'm cool with that! This poem is featured in my self-published poetry book, "The Legendary Graduate". [27 words] [Motivational]
Julliunyte: A Secret To Your Every Wish! (Essays) Get everything you want by channeling your wish's energy! [448 words] [Spiritual]
Man With No Head (Poetry) The man with no head rides again. This poem is featured in my self-published poetry book, "The Legendary Graduate". [52 words] [Fable]
Nine-Volt Lick (Poetry) Have you ever licked a nine-volt battery? Tee-hee! [12 words] [Humor]
Oh The Fat Irony (Poetry) What does it take to not be fat...? This is an original, independently published poem. [35 words] [Humor]
Passing On (Poetry) Till the day I died. This poem is featured in my self-published book of poetry, "The Legendary Graduate". [127 words] [Spiritual]
Samurai Jack Ending (Short Stories) Samurai Jack: Time-Traveling Hallucinogen-The Last Ride by Joseph D. Smith. Story derived from Samurai Jack by Genndy Tartakovsky. [1,085 words] [Fan Fiction]
Say Love Me (Songs) I have Asperger's Syndrome, a mild form of autism, and this is an example of how repetitive I can be. It also shows how I can actually capture the feeling of love in so few words! My buddy Dennis Adki... [43 words] [Romance]
The Cat And The Gnat (Children) A cat with a stylish hat, meets it's match with an over-confident gnat! [68 words] [Animal]
The Dreaming Wager (Short Stories) Have you ever wagered with your subconscious mind? [415 words] [Mystical]
The Hobo In The Elevator (Children) A rhyme that would entertain the children, and teach them to be happy about what they have, especially the roof they have over their heads! [46 words] [Fable]
The Multi-Billion Dollar Strike (Short Stories) What if a multi-billionaire could cause an entire nation to go on strike by paying them to do so? [903 words] [Literary Fiction]
The Raisin Hater (Plays) A very, very short play about the thumb-sized little man named The Raisin Hater, who is delusional and paranoid that Raisins are after him! This is a highly-experimental stage-play, which may be use... [173 words] [Comedy]
This Quarter Of Yours (Children) A children's rhyme about giving a kid their quarter's worth of a Quarter! It teaches kids a literary device on using the same word in different ways. [17 words] [Comedy]
What's It Like? (Songs) A song about confronting one's own life-situation! [118 words] [Motivational]
When I Smile For You (Songs) This is a song I wrote for a friend that I stabbed in the back, that I'm glad forgave me. [124 words] [Relationships]
Yet, Pigs Can Fly (Poetry) This poem is a pig, that can fly. [19 words] [Comedy]
The Legendary Graduate Success
Joseph D Smith

People have always told me that poetry is something to be enjoyed, rather than to be profited from, but they don't know the way I function! I have always wanted to publish my own book of poetry, just for the sake of becoming a famous author. Over the years I became much of an analytical thinker, not to mention a Free-thinker, so I started to write poetry with meaning, poetry that would change people's minds, and even expand their awareness.

It was difficult finding a publisher, as I had no idea of how to publish a book, and I had no idea on how to license my work. I wasn't ever good with promotion, and I never had good connections. It seemed pretty much hopeless.

Years later, I discovered self-publishing, such as Lulu.COM, where I currently have my book of poetry published, titled The Legendary Graduate. The Legendary Graduate is based on my own legendary graduation, held at the Barren County Courthouse, in Glasgow, KY, by the judge, Hon. Philip Patton, with a golden victory medal presented to me by the sheriff, Chris Eaton.

It wasn't until I was eighteen years old that I discovered that I was diagnosed at an early age with Asperger's Syndrome, a mild form of autism, which explained what was 'wrong' with me. I went many years wondering what was wrong with me, as I knew that something wasn't quite right. This was largely the basis for my legendary graduation, as the schools always told me that I wouldn't make it all the way through. This was how I came up with the idea for The Legendary Graduate.

I am very proud of the result of my poetry book, The Legendary Graduate, as everyone who has ever read it has had positive reviews and criticism! I have sold enough copies to say I am a published poet, and I hope to sell many more copies. I hope to change the world with my Free-thinking ideas! This book is proof that you can do anything that you put your mind to.
      
ISBN: 978-1-105-23776-8

 

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 2011 Joseph D Smith
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
November 2011
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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