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by Paz Ellis
Meet Finnegan MacManus, or just “Finn” as he prefers to be called. His life began when he was 18 years old. He was born 18 years earlier, but he had never truly lived. Since birth he had been different and his parents were indifferent toward him. His mother never bonded with her infant son. He never cried or smiled. The world was a series of confusing sounds, uncomfortable situations, unbearable textures and complete chaos until Dr. Vincenzo.
by P. S. Winn
When they were 13, twins, Jenny and Hayden carter learned secrets about a cave with tunnels by their home. They also learned some amazing things about themselves. Now, they are eighteen, and their travels to parallel worlds are changing. As adults, life is different, but that doesn't even begin to stop the adventures of mystery, suspense and good versus evil.
Amid secret conspiracies, fake identities, betrayals, alliances and deals made behind closed doors, the fate of Universal Balance hangs on a limb when the winds of war blow across planet Akaladia for the first time in a thousand years. Only the greatest source of knowledge known to man may determine the conflict’s final outcome: The Pinnacle of Power.
Slippery People: Poems from NoWhere is a prose poetic journey through the complex world of "persons" interacting with other "persons." Slippery People are "actors" as we know them thru time itself. They may try to tell the truth but no one seems to grasp the truth and hold on to it for long. Emerson liked to say "God is a sphere of intelligibility whose center is everywhere and circumference nowhere." Enjoy the pilgrimage to and from NoWhere.
by Rick Suttle
Teen paranormal-investigator siblings Dylan, Mike and Sarah McCauliffe, investigate the hauntings at an old lake house in rural Kentucky where there are ghosts from many different time periods on the property, including a black shadow man who may be demonic. In a book that may force you to sleep with the lights on, find out if the McCauliffes can solve an age-old mystery, send the spirits on to where they belong and get back home safely.
Two sisters live in a small town (Warden, GA) and work in a diner about 1934 during the Great Depression. They both seek to be married and find happiness in their marital futures. Despite uncertainty about such a big decision, the day surprises one of the sisters with an offer unexpected. The time has come for a decision and the Great Aunt helps the process unfolds the road ahead for both sisters' paths.
The cosmic shuffling of Heaven & Hell karma decks produces a contemporary card mix of everyday life ranging from mundane “daily disappointments” to the surreal, existential, and absurd Madhouse Mirror delusions of an unfolding global Purgatory. The 97 prose poems highlight a darkly comic zigzag pilgrimage yet alive with odd humor and Quixotesque mixed reviews on the 21st century's global dependence on rowdy ignorance, greed and aggression.
If you are a single lady, this book will bring back your widest smile, brightest glow, and self-esteem. The book will take you through the stages of self-discovery and the realignment of your priorities. It will equip you with practical guidelines of how to live a fulfilled life despite the increased singleness in our world today. You will get to know people who, despite being single, have great achievements and legacies.
Meet William Butcher, aka The Butcher. Those who stole $9 billion in cash want him dead. The cops want him for murder. Butcher's only hope is his former NCIS colleague and closest friend, Linus Schag. With a plot torn from today's headlines . . . The Butcher's Bill.
by P. S. Winn
Sam Madison is recovering in the hospital. Luckily his friend Boyd Adams is a doctor and helping him. After Boyd leaves Sam at the hospital things go terribly wrong. Sam, mysteriously, is getting sicker and Boyd Adams is missing. Sam's daughter, Dawn, and son, Garrett, along with a good friend,Red, are looking into the mystery.One that is quickly becoming a medical conspiracy thriller.
To many, the name Tostig and Traitor are synonymous. But it was the sibling rivalry between Tostig and Harold that set up the circumstances leading to Stamford Bridge—and of course, put Harold in the wrong place at the wrong time when William landed at Pevensey. See how Harold's conflict with Tostig led directly to the Norman Conquest.
When Alicia meets the new guy in school, there is something about the mischievous look in his eyes that implies he's breaking the rules by talking to her. The rule abused kids live by - don't let anyone into your life. Don't let them see the real you.
True Story of Dracula - The absolute worst, most horrifying horror stories we've ever heard! The main purpose of the site is to keep up to track with True Story of Dracula and its sequels.
Godwine Kingmaker weaves a tale through three cultures, Saxon, Dane and Norman and through the lives of as many English Kings, including the inscrutable Dane Canute and the reluctant Edward the Confessor. Godwine walked a fine line between the demands of his peers and the destiny of his family, only to realize he had championed the wrong son.
This is England in the days of Edward the Confessor, when Godwine and his sons tower over the other great families. Harold emerges as the power behind the throne. Tostig rules the north. They control all the earldoms except one. What could go wrong? We see tumultuous events of the mid-11th c. through the eyes of Godwine's sons. Alas, Harold’s rise in fortune is not blameless and sometimes those closest to him must pay the price of his fame.
The end of Language in the Blood sees Cameron facing a dilemma when blame for one of his kills gets laid at his best friend George’s feet. He surrenders to the French authorities Locked up, his needs denied, misunderstood and plagued by an unhealthy obsession with his friend’s daughter, the bored vampire edges close to insanity. Before long, Cameron starts plotting his escape.
SAVING MADELINE is both heart-wrenching and humorous. Roxy, a naïve young actor arrives in Hollywood to follow her dream and escape from her mean-spirited family. Coexisting in a cramped Los Angeles apartment with a wounded warrior and her German shepherd, tensions run high. And then her mother moves in—so much for escaping. Roxy lands a part in a TV show. But a week before rehearsals begin, her confused mother disappears. Panic sets in.
"Indestructible y otros poemas" es la segunda colección de poesía de Kristy Rulebreaker. La misma describe la vida y todos sus matices, tal y como es; a veces dulce, a veces amarga. Trata temas relacionados a personas, lugares, odio, amor, justicia, naturaleza, etc., pero sobretodo se trata de la libertad y la valentía. Su objetivo es motivarlos, sin importar cuán dura sea la vida, a permanecer indestructibles.
by Kelly Risser
Meara Quinn is about to find out there are worse things than moving to a tiny oceanside town before her senior year. Like discovering there's a secret being kept from her and knowing it's a life-changer. After experiencing vivid visions of her absentee father, Meara decides she deserves answers. With the help of her new friend Evan, she embarks on a journey in the hopes of unlocking family history and finding her true self.
A collection of short stories from French and Scottish shores by two female writers; Elspeth Morrison and Angela Lockwood. We meet a variety of interesting and amusing Scottish characters in Begonia, The Wee Baldy Man and a mad scientist in Animals, but also some personal experiences in dealing with arthritis and depression in Begonia and The Goldfish Bowl. The stories are short but impactful and we hope they leave an impression on you.