A mirthful and revelatory read for anyone who has ever shoveled in manure, pondered in poop, and knows that dealing in DUNG can be a matter of life and death.
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Masked Intent is a friends-to-lovers story that follows the new, shaky romance between a divorced mom with three sons and a younger college professor.
It is the limitations of our existence which make us love life and the beings we meet along the way. When teenager Miranda Ellis finds herself responsible for displacing the domestic cat population, sacrifice, love and hope may be her biggest armament against forces which seek to use the science mishap as a weapon.
When a scary nightmare creature escaped its underworld prison, a brave boy, Arden Wonder, must slay the quirky dream monster, Count Comatose. Before the vampire villain gets an opportunity to feed on the young souls that will allow Count Comatose to unleash a nightmarish apocalypse which will corrupt reality.
In a small, secluded town, four teenagers stumble upon something dark and deadly in the thick forest surrounding the town. Now twenty years later, they discover the deep dark secret the town has been hiding and the unimaginable lengths they will go to keep that secret. From the Author of Infected comes Monsters Among Us.
Some say history repeats itself. Some even say that events repeat themselves in a timeless loop. Nicole and her brothers do not know for sure. But they do know that sometimes when history repeats itself, things can go wrong, and they’re here to fix that.
The Money Tree is a spiritual parable disguised as a lesson plan for anyone with a troubled money relationship. The narrator is Flow, a delightful spirit who leaves her blissful existence with Divine Love to become the Money Tree. The only problem is, she has to learn the lessons herself before teaching them to her students.
This very interesting Mystery mixed with romance and Horror Novel, titled: “Children of a River goddess” is a story about a small river (Stream) with strange powers, and mischievous fishes which no one can cook or eat.
Cathie stares at the photograph on the mantelshelf. Her eyes fill up with tears. How could it have gone so wrong? One member of her family in prison. Another dead. A few years ago, Cathie and her husband, Tom, owned a beautiful house and ran a business. Now she was sitting on an old sofa in a rented house on a rough housing estate.
This book is based on the first part of my life written in the form of poetry. Basically, my many different experiences, what I have learned, and what I have been through so far in my life. I hope you find this new form of poetry exciting, and encouraging.