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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Dystopian
F ar into the future, the Earth is ruled by the ShaZha, a hyper-intelligent race of alien beings who are plagued by the violence and volatility of the human race. Supposedly intending to repair the broken societies and polluted planet, they have found the Human problem to be much more complex than they ever imagined.
Zarah is a Prodigy, an obedient human, with a caring ShaZha master. Zarah wants to prove all her master’s hopes that humans can be civilized and responsible. When she is lost by her master and exposed to the other side of humanity, she must confront the possibility she might be not a valued citizen, but a pet.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Romance, Fantasy & Futuristic, Vampires, Fantasy, Paranormal, Science Fiction
N OMINATED BY REVIEWERS CHOICE and READERS CHOICE AWARDS for Best Paranormal Romance and Best Fantasy Romance.
“…my god is this spectacular!!! This is the new Twilight… for adults of course.” – Quote the Raven
“If I could write like this I would never do anything else…” – Books, Books, and More Books
“…a breath of fresh air to the vampire genre.” – Coffee Addicted Writer
“…well-crafted, you aren’t 100% certain that the world described is not just outside your door.” – Booked and Loaded
Smart. Sexy. Magical.
A secret society, modern day knights, an accidental pilgrim from an alternate dimension, and a vampire like no other come together where chance intersects romance for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, proving that true love can find you in the strangest places, even far, far from home.
Minutes ahead of inevitable assassination, Elora Laiken is forcibly transported to an alternate dimension similar, but not identical, to her own. She is stranded. Alone. Far from home. A stranger in a “strangish” land.
Of course a girl could suffer worse problems than having gorgeous suitors. Perhaps more importantly, in the midst of an epidemic of vampire related abductions, can she stay alive long enough to choose between an honor debt, true love, or the breathlessness of single-minded passion?
Appropriate for 17+
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Contemporary, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Psychological Thrillers, Contemporary Fiction
T wo very different narrators voice the novella Dancing with Rachel. Voices torment the first narrator, David an ex-football player just trying to make a life for himself. He calls his auditory hallucinations “The Chorus.” They have names and even personalities. While naïve staff members claim the voices aren’t real, David knows otherwise. He can hear The Chorus clearly. He can point to where they are coming from. How could they not be real?
Taylor, the other narrator and David’s therapist, struggles to stay sober and fight off depression while his wife lies in a coma. He bounces between his job at St. Joe’s, a psychiatric hospital, and the adjoining Lazard Memorial Hospital’s Extended Care Unit. Taylor spends much of his time traveling the cold, antiseptic tunnel between the two hospitals, always seeing the light at the end, but knowing he’s far underground.
Their lives intersect on an inpatient psychiatric unit run by Dr. Rainey, the medical equivalent of an absentee landlord. While at the State Hospital, David meets a patient who knew Doc Rainey when he was an intern struggling with his own boundary issues.
‘Regulars’ on this unit include Tom, a rapist and master manipulator, whose benign appearance hides true evil. (David describes him a cross between Fred Rogers and a serial killer.)
A patient named Simon wants nothing more than to find peace with God. His size and religious fervor make him the perfect cat’s paw for Tom. This scares David’s ex-girlfriend and fellow patient Monica, as well as their friend Kai. The one patient not afraid of Tom or Simon is Marc, an entrepreneurial genius suffering from bipolar disorder.
As Taylor worries about David, Taylor’s friends worry about him. They watch his spirits and his weight drop as he wrestles with his own demons. An insurance company balking at the cost of a new respirator for his wife doesn’t help.
Life outside the hospital can be chaotic, especially within Kai’s family. His father, a born middle manager nicknamed BiMM, declares bankruptcy, accuses his mother of killing his father, and refuses to believe his wife had an affair. Kai has no doubt his grandmother tampered with the garage door lock, trapping Kai’s grandfather inside. He’s not at all upset when they find the old racist asphyxiated, but he wonders if he’s the only sane person in his family.
An excerpt best describes the action:
My belly rumbled. Terror. Choked on his own vomit — didn’t somebody famous die that way? Lost. A man was dead. They made his suicide look like an accident. An insane man was judged sane enough to be put to death. He was happy about it. When I shut my eyes, the devils reappeared.
“But Kai got out,” a rare friendly voice said. It made me smile. I even giggled a little. The nurse muttered “inappropriate affect” and wrote something on a clipboard.
“Dr. Stephenson home with his young wife?” I asked. She dropped the clipboard. I’m going to be here awhile.
“He’s never leaving,” a voice said.
Still, Kai got out.
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Genre(s): Humor & Entertainment, Humor, Comedy, Parenting & Families
“ Fun, lively, and very accurate to what life growing on a farm is like.”–Amazon reviewer Sean W.
“Simple story telling at its best. I would love to read this book again. Makes me remember the kid in me.”–Amazon reviewer BookishFriend
Tracy Heath recounts some of her most treasured and entertaining stories from her childhood in the Eastern Oregon desert. In this first book of her Country Misadventures series, you will be introduced to a pleasant wasteland where pheasants stroll through the neighborhood, and sagebrush and barbed wire fences are silhouetted in the vibrant, setting sun.
She tells about being bullied by a steer:
“Since he wasn’t a pet we promptly named him ‘Reddy.’ It had a nice ring to it and had next to nothing to do with the fact that his eyes glowed red.”
And find out what happens when a grade school child gets behind the wheel:
“Well, when all you need is one right foot that knows what it’s doing, it’s a sure shame to be stuck with a pair of lefties.”
You’ll even read about coping with psychotic chickens:
“So we placed an order with the local feed store for ‘assorted chicks.’….It wasn’t until quite a while later that we learned the true meaning of ‘assorted.’”
You will find the stories intriguing and original. As you chuckle your way through them, these country anecdotes may bring back a few humorous memories from your own childhood.
(Formerly titled “Steering Gone Awry”)
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Genre(s): Health Fitness & Dieting, Mental Health, Self-Help, Self-Esteem
D evelop the self-esteem and inner strength to step into the potential of your life!
We all have a higher purpose for our lives and a larger calling through the design as well as will of God. Do you know your calling? More importantly, are you afraid of this calling and is part of your confusion based out of fear?
Many people are their own worst enemies as they are held back from reaching their goals or even connecting with God’s higher purpose for their lives because of their fears around disappointing others, worries about what other people think and their need for approval from others. Such individuals live with the shadow of insecurity of people-pleasing, which looms over their lives. They end up coasting through this world, rebounding like an emotional yo-yo off of what other people think they should do or not.
In this book, readers will learn how to stop patterns of people-pleasing as they develop the necessary skills of resiliency and emotional fitness. By learning how to develop internal stength, a solid emotional core and a deep sense of core confidence, readers can learn to “power up” for any challenge in life. Much like physical fitness with muscular and cardio endurance, we also have emotional and spiritual fitness. As we develop the inner resiliency and confidence to charter our course towards our destinies, we grow into the greatest potential of our lives.
Cathy Patterson-Sterling is an International Christian Author, Speaker, and Registered Clinical Counselor who has a speciality in helping individuals, couples, and families struggling with confidence/self-esteem issues, addictions, broken trust, and betrayal. For more information go to www.livethechoicenow.com
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