Zoe, a story of Honor, Betrayal and Redemption. Handwritten notes, Part 11. beginning August of 2014; 684 pages. This will document the writing of the book, the notes may vary from the final published version. I will continue to update this item with the handwritten notes and version of this work. High resolution images will be available in 7zip files. Since now most of the book will be handwritten, this item will provide documentation of the creative process from the original idea, to the published work. This work was created by Gerard Arthus and is in the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License. Any questions regarding this item should be directed to email@example.com Send an Email For more information: http://OpenEducation.org after having read a good part of 'The Redemption of Marie Gordon' by Cora Lane Sherman, I developed an idea for a multi-part book which will have the capability of having its subsections expanded continuously. I will post the work as it is completed and would appreciate input from readers. This is a member of the 'genre' called Redemption Literature. Each chapter will be called a book; which will be about 15 pages in length. Each book will be composed of sub-books which will go into much greater detail concerning the content of each of the chapters. This will allow me to work on the entire book and then selectively go back and expand on the content of each of the chapters individually. While this work is in the Public Domain; the creator must be contacted concerning the use of this material in any derivative works. To see all of the books click on ZOE-000-001 in keywords field. Any questions regarding this item should be directed to the Email above. Find out more about the digitization of this item and the on-going attempt to help make 'Knowledge' and 'Information' available to everyone, anywhere, at any time, for no cost. There are many forces at work which are attempting to turn 'Public Domain' information into a commodity which some can milk for a profit. This parasitic use of information which should be freely available for all to access is an Intellectual Crime and should not be tolerated.