READER ALERT. . .
Referred works marked with a double asterisk (**) are available in various editions, formats, and versions including historical reproductions at Amazon.com.
Timekept Series Website Individual Quotations for Timekept Shares
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NOTE: Sources for notable quotes as they are posted on the Timekept Series website can be found in Google searches by the name of each quoted author. The actual quotations have been taken from books, speeches, news or other published articles, commentaries, movies, televised series, videos, podcasts, webinars, and other sources produced by or about those authors, or the quote has appeared in a third party publication that cited the stated quote. If several quotes from the same source publication are shared, the full bibliographic information of that publication will be documented below:
**Apples & Chalkdust: A Teacher’s Devotional Journal, Vicki Caruana. This inspirational journal for teachers is published by Honor Books: An Imprint of Cook Communications Ministries and offers encouragement to educators—providing both prompts and space for writing personal reflections on the teaching experience.
Timekept Series Books
NOTE: The following literary works are mentioned in the Timekept Series stories and are listed under specific Timekept Series books in order of appearance by title for quick reference.
**Bible, King James Version
**Rip Van Winkle, Washington Irving, The Sketch Book.
**Guinness Book of World Records, multiple years and subjects.
**Gone With the Wind, Margaret Mitchell.
**The Time Machine, H. G. Wells.
**The Hartz Journey, Heinrich Heine, Pictures of Travel. This literary work is from Germany and was reissued in English by Peter Wortsman, ed. (2008) in Travel Pictures.
**Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine, Various Contributors. This historical magazine is from the United Kingdom.
**The Flying Dutchman is a legend taken from the folk literature of the Netherlands and has been rendered in many different formats for widely diverse media. Of particular note is the opera by Richard Wagner, The Flying Dutchman (Der fliegende Holländer).
**Time’s Telescope Almanack, Anonymous. This Almanac was published in London, England and has been reproduced as an important historical work.