Nicole, a teenager from Wisconsin, has been left behind in the Rapture. Everyone she loves is gone. Crime has become rampant. Chaos has erupted all over the world. Leaders have disappeared. The stage is set for the Antichrist to step onto the scene. She can no longer stay at home and needs to seek shelter from the coming wars. She befriends others like her, and they band together to survive. Reaching a breaking point, she takes things into her own hands and now has to be on the run from the new world leader’s regime. Something she clings to in times of need is the gift that her mother left her, a feather from her guardian angel, Abia. He helps to guide her in her purpose, but cannot offer her comfort in response to her most pressing question – “Why can’t I come home now?” Will she press on and fight the good fight, or will she be too weary to fulfill her destiny?
The heartwarming but tragic tale of two very different people coping with life in an isolated world. Meeting for the first time in a small village churchyard is Sarah, visually impaired from birth, and Tom, a homeless drifter and veteran soldier harbouring a colourful past. Over several days they become personally and emotionally attached leading to feelings of love and unity. But an unforeseen occurrence leads to a harrowing and tragic end. PRE-RELEASE REVIEWS. Green’s first Novella. I was sceptical at first but at only a little over 21000 words this failed to disapoint. Compelling and unable to put down until the very end. (Nick – Eastleigh) Another masterful and original piece of story-telling from an author who is able to write in all genres. Simple and heartwrenching. It will rip your emotions to shreds and remain lodged in your mind forever. (Dom – London) Critics will be calling this Green’s ‘tour-de-force’ – Brilliant! (Charlie – Portsmouth) A must read for your flight or holiday. Short, sweet. Read it and weep. A masterpiece! (Carol – Southampton) Tragic realistic fiction at its best. This author has done it again. ( Eileen – Bishopstoke)
What if … you were told you won’t be accepted because you don’t sound like everyone else… you want more choices than your world offers… you love a man you can never have … you need to reconnect with the land you left behind? That is Margaret’s story. Becoming Herself is the tale of a woman’s road to self-discovery in the first half of the 20th century. It is as current as today’s headlines. On her first day in America, seven-year old Maggie Clancy is placed in an orphanage by her grieving widowed father. She is told that from now on she will be called Margaret. Maggie will no longer exist. She will have to forge her own path in this new world of upstate New York. Her lovely singing voice provides her the needed entry. In an era when she loses the corset and gains the right to vote, Margaret struggles with balancing the roles of wife and mother with her longing to do even more with her life. She’s a witness to the prejudices experienced by Irish immigrants and to Americans questioning the patriotism of their German-Americans neighbors during WWI. Despite that, she hopes and believes that man’s inhumanity…
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Kirk’s problem is he can walk on water – and no one has had that gig for 2,000 years. But can a skinny Canadian kid, raised in a small town by a single mother, really be the Son of God? Kirk just wants to be a normal teenager, hanging out with his girlfriend, stocking shelves at the corner store. But when he is caught on CCTV cameras walking across floodwaters to save his mother’s life, all hell breaks loose. Mixing murder, satire, and teenage romance, Canadian author Alan Daniels weaves an extraordinary story of how humanity – and the Christian establishment – might react today to the long-awaited Second Coming. At its core is a question that has survived centuries: If there is a creator, an Almighty God, why is the world in such a mess? Visit riverboythenovel.com for more details about the novel and the author.
Sometimes caregivers just need to refresh their emotional sensibilities or overcome physical weariness. They need to reclaim their sense of mission and motivation. That’s where this book comes in. As curator and editor, I’ve discovered potent and inspiring thoughts can come from authors, philosophers, teachers, actors and comedians, athletes, and (to no one’s surprise) caregivers themselves. This book started with me collecting quotes that made me more keenly aware of the type of caregiver I wanted and needed to become. It grew from that into a more detailed, organized compilation of qualities and characteristics I think most caregivers are likely to aspire to (or in some cases, hope to subdue). You’ll find hundreds of quotations here on in about 80 categories. They can help shift an attitude or motivate in a way that fosters a greater sense of satisfaction and success as a caregiver.
The earth is dying but the spaceships that people are dying to get on are going to planets that freedom is lost. Relaa and Macbeth are teenagers who fought their way onto a spaceship only to later realize that slavery is the only reality of earthlings on all of the planets that earthlings have been taken to. Rumors of distant rebellions bring encouragement to Relaa and Macbeth but their paths on the planet are very different. Joining the rebellion of earthlings seems perfect because earthlings are being massacred so there is no time to waste. An epic science fiction story for young adults and adults who love science fiction, aliens and other worlds far away.
Ages: 3 – 10 Something’s hurting the bees in Oakswood. Bees all over Oakswood are collapsing, and because of how important they are, the environment could be in big trouble if someone doesn’t get to the bottom of it. And fast. Enter Aychu, Guardian of the Green. Aychu thinks Belinda Bloom’s new fertilizer spray is harming the bees, and everything will be okay once she lets her know. After all, Belinda Bloom is Aychu’s hero, and the star of Sonic Bloom, Aychu’s favourite show about the environment. They’re definitely on the same side. They must be. Aren’t they? Is Belinda not who she claims to be? Will Aychu free the bees? Aychu and the Bees is the third of a series of books that follow the adventures of Aychu, Guardian of the Green, as she uses her power of invisibility to battle the enemies of nature. The city of Oakswood may be fictional, but the problems it faces are very real, as are the lessons that children will learn from Aychu. Aychu’s adventures will teach children the joys of living green and in harmony with the environment, inspiring them to become guardians of the green in their own little ways. All books in the Aychu, Guardian…
Jealousy, Lust, Revenge, is always a bad combination when you love someone so much but don’t get that love back in return? Rejection, Betrayal at is best …Love gone wrong
All her life Harmony Phillips has felt defective. Growing up in a paranormal community where magikal abilities come from the wavelengths of color, a color blind girl is worthless, and they haven’t let her forget it. No one but her adoptive parents, Charlie a Were-Lion and Sarah a Witch, along with her best friend Tesch, a Siren, have ever given her an ounce of esteem. When a fit of outrage unlocks the color yellow to her eyes, Harmony passes out cold with shock over her eggs and accidentally glamours her nemesis Challen Parks into a cowardly golden retriever. As other colors unfold before her eyes, so do new abilities. Love and friendship get turned upside down as Harmony struggles to have faith in people, discovering they are not always as they seem. The misfit becomes the outlaw as she is once again different from everyone else. What began as joy turns to peril when the paranormal Council finds out she is more than a Witch, or a Were or a Fae… oh my.