Monday, February 19, 2018

Fragile Warriors


P.O.W.E.R. Struggle Book 1: 

Fragile Warriors (Volume 1)


Most heroes only have one weakness. These heroes only have one strength. But that’s all they’ll need. Fragile Warriors is the first of the P.O.W.E.R. Struggle series, which has six planned installments. It’s the story of two warring races of aliens, one of which calls upon a handful of humans to help when they are at their most desperate. We follow Janet, Orion, Hunter, and Jessie as they train for a complex and action-packed mission into the heart of an alien city to retrieve the rarest item in the galaxy: The Perpetual Orb With Electronic Return.






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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Reflections of a Whispering Dove:Entangled in a Simmons Serenade



Reflections of a Whispering Dove:

Entangled in a Simmons Serenade

When the romance is over and all you have left are the words he wrote you...

A collection of Sultry, Seductive Love Poems penned with the intent of luring an elusive butterfly.


Saturday, February 17, 2018

Unicorn



Halim, a Shakti warrior initiate, lives with his family in Harappa, a fortified city in the Indus River Valley in 4518 BCE. His father is injured, so the task falls to Halim to find a cure for his mother, who has fallen prey to a mysterious, debilitating disease.

Sanjit, a seasoned Shakti, agrees to accompany Halim to the Kunlun Mountains in search of a sacred medicine from an ancient monastery. Halim’s impulsive sister, Taja, insists on joining them too. When the three travellers confront the Ignogai, a barbaric tribe with a bloodthirsty shaman, they must flee across hazardous and unfamiliar terrain to avoid being captured and persecuted for their Shakti Prana.

With a little bit of magic, determination, and some help from unicorns and a few extraordinary people, the trio must fight for their lives to make it back home in time to save Halim's mother from certain demise






Friday, February 16, 2018

A Sinner's Circle



They told her that God was the one who had her mother. She understood that in order to see her again, she would have to make his acquaintance. So she went to the first place she expected he would be—church. However, what she found there was anything but God. Lies poured out to her from the pulpit that sounded so much like scripture the preachers even fooled themselves. Souls were being ministered to by fueling their bloodstreams with the kind of faith that took them so high they needed detox to come down. The choir director and the musicians asked her to sing songs in A minor while their hands were around her throat, choking the notes from her. It was said that her body was a temple not to be defiled while they used it for their own personal trash receptacles. She was told she was loved as they watched tears fall from her eyes because of the pain they were inflicting. All the while, the pastor lay in wait, preying on whomever he chose to devour. No . . . church was not where Karen found God. Church was where she learned to sin professionally. Round and round, she went spiraling into darkness. The God represented in church could not be the one she was in search of. He had to be bigger and better than this.

Sojourn with Karen as she relives her story. But know God’s voice and his Word for yourself so that you are never found caught up in A Sinner’s Circle.











Thursday, February 15, 2018

A Time to Heal



Arlene Cameron never wanted kids, yet she gave birth to four. Who does that? The government handing out checks per child must have made those labor pains a little easier. She was a Christian woman who treated her children like the enemy. Could attempted murder, abuse, neglect, and mental illness all happen in one family? Why, yes . . . yes, it could. Because in Arlene’s family, that’s exactly what happened! However, when she found Jesus for real, she decided she needed to make things right with them.
But it was too late. They hated her! Well, not Jesus, just the kids. She wanted a family reunion with children who didn’t feel they had a family. She would have to create one in order to reunite it. Her youngest ran away at seventeen never to return. Her only son just wants to know who he is. Her oldest wants answers, and her prized child has a secret that everyone knows but her!
Pain caused by jealousy, deceit, and betrayal had torn them apart, and the one person who could bring them back together is missing. It is known that there is a time for everything. Arlene had already used up her time to tear down and to kill when she destroyed her family. Now, however delusional it might be, she’s hoping it will be a time to build up and “a time to heal.”






Wednesday, February 14, 2018

The Meandering Muse



Step inside the mind of a writer obsessed with the workings of the Universe and crazed with the spirit of creativity.
This collection of delightful and thought-provoking essays, poems, CNF, and short fiction by award-winning author Katherine Mayfield will make readers laugh as they ponder the infinitely enigmatic workings of the Universe.
Ranging wildly from subjects such as multitasking, schizophrenia, shopaholism, money, and the government to the woes of a homeowner forced to use bananas and daffodils to humanely remove wasps from her living room, these unique and inventive Dave Barry-esque mini-symphonies of words will widen readers' perspectives on life, nature, and human beings.






Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Smith



The past has a way of coming back to live in the present . . . 
Jake’s Father is an archeologist who is in Israel to complete a dig on King Solomon’s Temple. As an eighteen-year-old American, Jake is unwelcome by the people in the territory. Defending himself against the townspeople is a constant torment.

Through a map Jake finds on his Father’s desk, he and his friend Avner decide to explore a newly discovered chamber. At the end of a dark and deserted tunnel, Jake uncovers the treasure of King Solomon’s Power ring. He puts it on his finger and feels his life changing.

Jake passes off the ring as a replica, but he starts to hear a voice that belongs to Smith. Smith provides him guidance on how to deal with his newfound powers. Jake wants to learn all he can about his new secret ring. Smith encourages him to sharpen his fighting skills by joining the Army.

Is Smith leading Jake to a newfound life where he can become a hero? Or will the decision to join the military endanger his life? Will Jake find out the ring he wears is good or will it be of evil intent? And who keeps trying to steal the ring?