Crime fiction that will keep you cowering under the bed-covers the whole night through…. Don’t forget your flashlight! It’s a modern and unique take on Hard-Boiled and Noir that’s edgy, occasionally grisly, and taboo-busting…
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At the base of all decisions and choices, standpoints and devotions, and the doorway to any mental therapeutic methodologies is perceptions. In short, your perceptions give way to your decisions, choices, and your standpoints, thus to who you are. Relatively, in order to change your self you must change your perceptions. But how?
Every major event in history, women were there too. Susanna Jackson, was just a girl from Scrooby Manor. Her father’s involvement in the Separatist movement started Susanna’s journey to Amsterdam, the Mayflower, and finally settling in Plymouth Massachusetts 400 years ago. A founding mothers is rediscovered.
Professor Michael John Campbell arrived home from the university. As he entered the family home everything looked as it always did, except his wife and daughters were gone. Ten years later Detective Inspector Emma Sinclair is asked to review the case and find out what really happened.
James Martin Loves his life. A good job, an apartment in Manhattan, and the life of a single man living in a city that doesn’t sleep. However, when James returns to his homeland of Northern Ireland for a business trip he is forced to face the things that chased him away.
On the world of Sumir, the realms were put into place to keep peace by separating the magical races, but what will happen if those barriers collapse? Picking up where Lost ended, Endow takes Emily, Amanda, and Kiami, on a dangerous trip through the realms.
Little Girl Lost is based on the life of the author, the struggles endured and finally the triumphs of a young woman trying to find her way in a changing world. She goes on a long journey with God and her mother wanting to find love, trying to find where she belongs; all the while feeling so lost.
‘FAMOUS WORDS’ contains the words of famous people on matters that are of interest to us all. When you read what Marilyn Monroe, Albert Einstein, John Lennon and others have said about love and sex and the pursuit of happiness, you’ll find sometimes you agree with their views, and sometimes you don’t.
Life is about compromise, blue skies and as hard as it is to believe, there are suicides. It’s a touchy subject that leaves everyone involved filled with regret. Would you trust me if I told you it’s not over yet?
Jasmine thought she found her soul-mate when she met the handsome and debonair Denzel. Their relationship was full of obstacles, including disapproval from Denzel’s family and unfinished business with his ex-girlfriend. What will become of their love story?