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Book: The Vale of Ghosts - The Archaust Saga Book One by Jeffrey Aaron Miller
A malevolent presence dwells in the vale below the town of Siliven, and only the relic wall of the prophet Cabrien keeps it at bay. When a local girl, Annella Fenn, learns that her cousin has crossed the relic wall and entered the vale, her curiosity compels her to investigate. In the process, she inadvertently sets in motion events that put the whole town in danger. Now, she works feverishly to [...]
 
Book: Rounds of Life by A. Alico
Tristan Mundy has a very nice life. The son of a wildly successful and powerful attorney, Tristan lives in Belle Harbor, a wealthy community right on the ocean and far away from the many harsh realities of the outside world. But money can't protect Tristan forever. When a terrible storm devastates Belle Harbor and strips him of everything he knows and loves, Tristan has no choice but to go to [...]
 
Book: The Speed of Winter - Four Seasons Quintet #1 by B. Morris Allen
Seeds need water, sun, ... and soil. Elyse was a forbidden child. Her parents gave up their youth for the dream of a new start for humanity. They broke the rules to give their daughter a head start. But when their colony ship arrives, the target planet is a ball of ice, and Elyse is left to watch the adults around her cope with devastating failure, and try to make something out of her own life at [...]
 
Book: Lessons in Despair - A Song of Hope by Rasheed Odunade Akande
A collection of Christian poems written between the months of March- May 2015 while under persecution from my immediate Muslim family. This collection depicts my journey in my new found faith after conversion to Christianity, what should have made me weak gave me strength. I am grateful to God. Without help nor support, this collection of poems was written and self-edited and typed, and met [...]
 
Book: When Kings Clash (War of Whispers) (Volume 3) by J.E. Lowder
The furnaces of Ebon burn day and night, melting ores for weapons. Throughout the land, bonfires are lit as Ebonites pay homage to the Cauldron's Dark Flame. The land's midnight sky glows like sunrise. Ebon prepares for war as myths and legends from ages past take on flesh and walk the land. The Worms of Bal Malin soar the skies, the ancient fortress of Min Brock rises from the ashes, [...]
 
Book: The Party's Over by David J Cooper
What would you do if you discovered you are HIV positive? Would you tell your family or close friends or would you keep it to yourself? In 2007, David met Bruno, a male stripper. They became close friends. David discovers that Bruno is a drug addict and is HIV positive. He has already lost a close friend to AIDS and has another close friend who is also infected. In 2012 Bruno died of [...]
 
Book: The Convict and the Rose by Jan Sikes
Award winning Biographical/Fiction sequel to Flowers and Stone. Luke and Darlina find their love severely tested as they struggle to overcome enormous odds. When Texas veteran musician, Luke Stone, finds himself behind bars with a seventy-five-year sentence, he is filled with hate, anger, and rebelliousness. He's lost everything that he treasures, including the woman who holds his heart. How has [...]
 
Book: Christmas Tears by Rebecca J. Vickery
A poignant contemporary novella of loss, despair, and the magic of Christmas love... What's a widowed mother to do with two children to provide for and Christmas coming soon? Noelle Welborn is in dire straits when she loses her job, is cheated out of her pay, and has no relatives to which she can turn. Then they lose the roof over their heads. Sleeping in the car seems the only option left. [...]
 
Book: Thoughts on Life by Athena Brady
Have you ever felt stuck? Do you sometimes feel alone with no direction to your life? Well... you are not alone. Athena Brady is proof that thing can and WILL get better. This book is a collection of short articles about the many issues we encounter, as we navigate through life. My aim is to uplift and inspire people to follow their dreams and encourage others to do the same. We are all connected [...]
 
Book: The Cracked Mirror, Reflections of an Appalachian Son by Billy Ray Chitwood
When Prentice Paul Hiller enters the senior care facility he brings with him not only a hip surgery gone wrong, but a mirror of his past, cracked with the stress of all his memories: a family broken apart by their Appalachian circumstances and the 'great depression'; a childhood tainted by a father's abusive nature; an impetuous marriage and a sorrowful divorce; a subsequent search of 'isms' and [...]
 
Book: From Despair to Beloved - The Provocative Cinema of On Mark Productions by Mark Baranowski
In October 2001, a desperate screenwriter took the advice of actor/producer/director Bruce Campbell and shot his first independent movie, a short entitled Despair. With only a VHS-C camcorder, one location, natural lighting, two people (himself and his wife) and a rabbit at his disposal, he completed the film in two days. Two months later, it was picked up for worldwide distribution. The [...]
 
Book: Red Card - The Soccer Star Who Lost It All To Gambling by Tony Kelly
A blossoming soccer career marred by mishaps which drove him to disaster. Ruined by an addiction to gambling, Tony Kelly lost his career, his partner and all his money. Now he has written his story to "invite the public, family and friends into my secret hell of racism, despair, depression, stardom, gambling addiction and self-destruction" Tony Kelly was football crazy from the age of seven. At [...]
 
Book: Clergy Tales--Tails - Wagging - Friendly but Exhausting by Stephen P. McCutchan
The miracle of the church is not in our faithfulness but in God's faithfulness. We are witnesses to how our confused reality keeps being interrupted by grace. In this second volume of Clergy Tales, I continue to paint the picture of what it is like to practice ministry in a resistant world. A major cause of stress for a pastor is the disconnect between the ideals of faith shaped by his or her [...]
 
Book: Lavender Roses - A Tragic Romance by Michael Cheng
A Story Of A Tragic Romance... Princess Hylia Of The Royal Family Loved A Man Named Luke. They Spent Their Whole Life Tangled... In A Cycle Of Love And Despair. When One Day Luke Commits Suicide In His Bed Chamber. As Hylia is in Despair She Sets Out to Find The Murderer Of Her Beloved And - Avoiding The Arranged Marriage Her Father Has Planned. But Their Are Dark Forces Lurking In The Shadows. [...]
 
Book: Fearless by Suzanne D Williams
In 2007, Suzanne D. Williams found herself crippled by fear. She was unable to leave home and unable to do the most basic of tasks.Going to the grocery store or to church became impossible. No longer could she enjoy dinners out with her family or holiday meals without falling apart. When she hit rock bottom, she cried out to God for an answer, and she sought freedom. "Fearless" tells her story, [...]
 
Book: Splinterbone - Making Peace With the Pain of Arthritis by Laura Folk
Splinterbone is a book I wrote for two reasons. One was to deal with the passing of my mother, and the other was to help process the physical pain I was undergoing due to arthritis. The cover photo is a picture of an actual bone fragment from my mothers cremation ashes. I did not have a good camera at the time so the picture is blurry. When I touched the bone it disintegrated, almost like my [...]
 
Book: Choosing the Wide River by Chris M. Carmichael
When life seems dark and hopeless, it is easy for negativity to color everything we feel or do. But what does this negative focus do to us? Eventually, we may fall deeper into despair, and we may lose touch with ourselves completely. There is another way of being that allows more healing, more joy, more love into our lives. Choosing The Wide River is a short collection of insights about this [...]
 
Book: Goddess of Battle by Gwendolyn Rachel Ackerman
Two young women, living on opposite sides of the Israeli- Palestinian conflict, fall victim to its horrific violence. Instead of succumbing to hate and despair, Tyra and Noureen reach across the divide to form a friendship that becomes a beacon of hope and inspires others to bridge decades of loathing. Together they take the first steps toward the creation of a new narrative for a better future.
 
Book: Out of the Ashes - A Novella by John Gramling [paperback]
Having gained its statehood a mere twenty years before the start of the war, it could be said that its most prized city was forged and founded on the cold steel framework of struggle and despair. However, the spirit of the city had never been fully extinguished. Every time it was physically or figuratively burned to the ground, a phoenix of determination and subsequent prosperity would rise from [...]
 
Book: Out of the Ashes - A Novella by John Gramling [ebook]
Having gained its statehood a mere twenty years before the start of the war, it could be said that its most prized city was forged and founded on the cold steel framework of struggle and despair. However, the spirit of the city had never been fully extinguished. Every time it was physically or figuratively burned to the ground, a phoenix of determination and subsequent prosperity would rise from [...]
 
Book: A Rat and a Ransom by Y I Lee
Tom ran as fast as he could along the forest path, his leaden legs refusing to go any faster. He was sure the kidnappers were after him, but he dare not stop and look back. Frantic with worry he put his hand inside his jacket pocket and felt for her, but the pocket was empty. In despair he shouted her name. It was always the same dream and each time he awoke at the same point, gasping for breath [...]
 
Book: Born for Life - A Midwife's Story by Julie Watson
A nurse aide position in the local maternity annexe at the age of sixteen gave Julie a love for being with women during labour and birth and caring for mothers and their babies. Life could not have been happier until the tragic death of her own baby in the first hour of life led to depression, loneliness and despair. This true story tells of Julie's struggle to triumph over adversity and follows [...]
 
Book: A Fateful Connection - A Short Regency by Elizabeth Bailey
A woman betrayed. Reduced to earning her bread. Bereft of hope. Clarice arrives in Bath to find her services rejected. A stranger insists on coming to her rescue. A French emigre, he recognises her loneliness, poverty and despair. Gervais finds her a post. But an introduction has a startling effect, reviving the hideous past. All is set at risk. Will the growing friendship survive? By the author [...]
 
Book: The Nightstand Collection by John M. Wills
A compelling collection of poetry and stories, some fictional, others based on actual events. A sixty-two-year old woman risks her life to save a drowning child; a husband grieves for his wife; a homeless man caught in a web of despair; the aftermath of a plane crash that changes the world. These tales are intense, and may cause introspection for those who read them. These are but a few of the [...]
 
Book: Godspeed - a love story by Dan Chabot
When Derry and Amedee's love - affair ends in tragedy, Derry descends into an abyss of remorse and despair. In - his overpowering grief, this tormented newspaperman embarks on an obsessive - crusade for redemption, a tender quest that eventually will lead him to peace - of mind, and to someone who will help him build a new life from the ashes of - the past. And as Godspeed and its - astonishing [...]
 
Book: Dispatch Tales II - with A Joyful Heart by Rasheed Odunade Akande
A collection of poems on general themes written simultaneously with Lessons In Despair: A Song Of Hope, within the months of March- May 2015, at a time when persecution falls for my lot within my immediate family as a result of my change in religious orientation. This collection of poetry documents the strife going on inside my head, the many attempts to understand the other the way I'd like to [...]
 
Book: Come on Home, Children (Children in Hiding Book 2) by Victoria Randall
In the future, when an unlicensed pregnancy is a felony, Willa's daughter Katy has been abducted by the ruthless Bureau of Population Management. Unless Willa can rescue her she faces a life of stigma, toil, and despair. With the help of some unlikely allies, Willa devises an audacious scheme to free Katy, but it will only work if she finds the courage to reinvent herself. When no one is what [...]
 
Book: Kings of Qapra (The Seventh Age Book 1) by R. S. Embach
The unstoppable forces of Qapra led by a crafty priest bent on the reclamation of the Relics of the Third Age, and a bloodthirsty warmonger driven by an unquenchable thirst for power have reignited wars against the kingdoms of the sixth moon of the ringed planet Saccris. All that stand between the forces of evil and the resurgence of unrelenting darkness are an exiled queen and her unborn child. [...]
 
Book: Dispatch Tales by Rasheed Odunade Akande
A collection of poetry written in the month of November/ December 2014. This collection picks on general poetic theme for discuss.Written at the beginning of my pangs of distress, this collection is preclude to what befell me in its concluding part Dispatch Tales Ii and Lessons In Despair, the unwarranted hatred and despication from family members. Those moments I'm sure will one day lapse, a new [...]
 
Book: The Jewel Garden by Marilyn Pemberton
It was a time when women were starting to rebel against Victorian conventions and to strive for their independence. This is a story of Hannah Russell's physical, emotional and artistic journey from the back streets of the East End of London to the noisy souks and sandy wastes of Egypt; from the labyrinthine canals of Venice to the lonely corridors of Russell Hall in Kent. Hannah thinks she has [...]
 


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