Victor’s Library

What do a 17-year old Russian killer, a 12-year old Oregon runaway, an Alaskan poet, and an opinionated cat, all have in common? At first glance you would say they have nothing in common. However, once you delve into each story, you find that dignity is the common denominator. Each strives to maintian thier dignity under trying circumstances.

I Don’t Mean to Sound Preachy

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You ever wondered what to do if you ever won an award or if an intruder invaded your space? What about how to relax, to stretch, to catnap? These and many more topics are covered by Derrick Dull in his very own  book. Derrick and his old friend, Victor, share their musings. One expounds on […]

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Musings from the Tundra

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  Here’s an exerpt … Winter’s Cowardly Sun hides below the horizon slowly as the earth rotates he is forced to show his face …   The prose and poems in Musings from the Tundra, semi-autobiographical, were written when the author lived in New Stuyahok AK, where he was raised. Most of the poems portray […]

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Dignity, What’s That, Sam?

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“This sucks!” 12 year old Andrew tells himself after he runs away from an abusive father and a mother addicted to cigarettes and game shows. Andrew is rescued from a gang beating by Sam, a homeless man, who takes the boy under his wing.The two engage in philosophical discussions about dignity, worth, and value. This […]

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Parenting For Everyone

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On New Year’s Eve 1985, a 17 year old girl killed her classmate. Her motive was simple: she needed money to buy a dress. The girl was adjudicated. But there was one simple, human question left: How could she? How could she kill another human being? You can follow along as the author of Parenting […]

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