Have you felt you have been here before, experienced Déjà vu, have a phobia you can not explain, repetitive dreams of a time gone by and feel you don’t belong, if YES then you are connecting to your souls pass life’s. Ayderline is an amazing story following a spirit through her multiple soul life’s. It will bring you understanding of your experiences and answer so many of your questions. This is the story of Ayderline, the spirit within, a multidimensional being from the spirit realm. She is going to take you on a journey through time and dimensions, enabling you to experience with her some of her physical lives. Her story begins in the spirit realm before she travels to earth to ancient Greece, at the time of the end of the Roman Empire. Her Earth lives and experiences continue to take you to the Viking period, the age of Napoleon, England’s green farmlands, the Second World War and then as far as your modern day. Along the way, you will share her experiences of dying from a broken heart, the fear of war, love, survival and heartache. As well as all this, you will be taken on a journey to another planet and be part of her physical existence as a highly evolved ascension being.
Something About Ann is a historical fiction novella with eleven short stories. The novella and the short stories follow a group of soldiers who faced a traumatic experience in Vietnam but remained close after returning to the States. Violence and turmoil continue to haunt the soldiers as they try to normalize their lives. Sometimes relying on the help of each other, and sometimes relying on the skills they’ve gained in combat, most prevail.
In the novella, Something About Ann, a black Vietnam veteran and a Vietnamese woman fall in love in Cleveland, Ohio, not knowing they were had already crossed paths. Clarence Bankston returns from the Vietnam War shaken by his experience. After seeing Ann Minh, a Vietnamese, at a party, he is repulsed because she is a reminder of a war he doesn’t want to relive. Once she initiates a conversation, though, they bond, recognizing both have been affected by the conflict. The peace of mind each seeks, however, eludes them as their pasts unfold.
In the story, Lucky, a veteran, Raphael “Lucky” Holland, finds his niche as a stick-up artist. His luck runs out when he tries to rob a stranger whose past is darker than Holland’s. In a Sound Decision, Marcus Glover restrains from fighting a tormentor because he is haunted by a prior confrontation that may have resulted in a deadly outcome.
Xavier Warfield is a veteran and a promising pool hustler. In The Education of Xavier Warfield, he finds the most valuable lessons in life aren’t learned in the pool room when he falls for a lady with a questionable past. With One Exception tells of an encounter that begins on shaky terms between a militant African-American and a white Vietnam veteran but evolves as the militant helps the white veteran fight his demons.
The Gift finds Myron Turner, a recluse and an empath, confronted by an older empath when he tries to suppress his abilities. Leroy Casper is enjoying The Good Life when a past association barges into his life shattering the peace he’s so carefully established and causes him to make drastic decisions. In The Tell, Elgin learns that a “tell” applies not only to poker but to life— too late.
Ralph Gaines in The Best Seat In the House, is down on his luck after a lofty law career and only has a reserved seat in a bar as a symbol of respect. When a young bully commandeers the seat, the elderly Gaines snaps, simultaneously solving the seat issue and a personal problem. The Last Time I Saw Willie, is a coming of age account of a young middle-class African-American who learns the importance of dedication and persistence when he meets Willie Stinson, an orphan.
A Good Day To Be A Man shows that physical confrontation is not necessarily the path to manhood. In Slow Songs, Lieutenant Raymond Williams faces his worst fear in Vietnam, and it has nothing to do with his personal welfare.
Being a single parent is hard but raising teenagers should have its own category at the Oscars! My 16-year-old son is either texting or listening to music on his phone and says probably 5 words in between. The twins (Thing 1 and Thing 2) 13 years old (boy & girl) NO! It’s not cute or sweet anymore. I’m between getting grey hair and trying not to go to jail for causing bodily harm to one of them, before they do it to one another. While all of that is going on the unexpected decides to show up; BREAST CANCER – SERIOUSLY! Could you not have waited until the summer time or until the kids had graduated and were off to college. Nope she shows up in the middle of the school year, the middle of puberty and of course right when things are going great for my career.
Here are how things went while I battled breast cancer and continued to be a single mother; at the same time. It wasn’t pretty nor was it easy but I hope you can see how strong you can be when you least expect it.
The 5 star rated mystery novel Death on Lake Michigan by Steven Arnett is set in a glamorous town on the shore of Lake Michigan in the summer of ’73. Mike O’Brien, once the crusading editor of the Michigan State News, now the assistant editor of the Gull Haven Observer, becomes obsessed with solving the murder of Rich Mallon, one of the most notorious and well-known summer citizens of Gull Haven—and finds love in the process. Get it now for free if you’re an Amazon Unlimited subscriber and for only $2.99 for everyone else at www.amazon.com/author/stevenarnett. It is also available from Amazon in paperback for $7.99.
In a time when folklore and superstition are prevalent and animal spirits are totem guides, the Kingdom of Durundal can be a mysterious place – and for a child who is different, it can be cruel.
Ajeya is a girl with a secret when she is banished into the wilderness. Close to death, she is found and accepted by the clans who give her protection for many years. Until the day a rumble can be heard in the distance and an enemy breaches the horizon.
But who are these warriors? What do they want? And how will Ajeya and her people survive against them?
Welcome to the Kingdom of Durundal where dreams are made and nightmares begin.
Book 1 in the Kingdom of Durundal series. Fantasy. Suitable for all.
Once a victim, now a killer.
At the age of 19, Melissa’s hopes and dreams were literally drowned when she was stuffed in a sports bag, tied to a cinder block and thrown into the sea. Mistaken for a shipment of dope, she is rescued.
Indebted to the man who rescued her, she dispatches his enemies and carries on a personal side mission enacting revenge on behalf of women who’ve been raped.
But the serial killer who left her to drown resurfaces. And goes on his own personal mission to take out the one that got away. With the police hunting them both, who will win the cat and mouse game?
Charlie Simpson had it all. A partner who loved him, a best friend for life, and a cushy job in the family run firm in the City of London. When he arrives home to find his partner and best friend have run off to start a new life together, Charlie’s world collapses in on itself. Now he’s out to kill them both. So powerful is the murderous energy raging in his soul, it awakens Nye, a twelfth-century Scottish ghost. With Nye standing over him, Charlie embarks on a voyage into homicidal madness from which there may be no escape. Can he really be the stone cold killer he wants to be?
My first book, a collection of prose and poems inspired by life’s journey and observations. The joy of love found and the pain of it being lost. Seeing the depth of life in the common experience. A look into the spirit, soul and mind as they define our understanding and influence our direction.
After escaping from Mississippi, abolitionist Durksen Hurst, his fiancée Antoinette DuVallier, and their friends — a group of undocumented slaves — land in guerrilla-infested Civil War Missouri, the most savage whirlwind of destruction, cruelty, and death in American history. Trapped in a terrifying cycle of murder and revenge, scarred by Quantrill’s cold-blooded Lawrence massacre and the Union army’s ruthless Order Eleven, Durk and everyone he cares for soon find themselves entangled in a struggle for their very survival. Honor Among Outcasts takes readers on a pulse-pounding journey of desperate men and women caught up in the merciless forces of hatred and fear that tear worlds apart, and the healing power of friendship to bring them together.
Readers’ Favorite Romance/Sizzle Award Winner
Love sizzles with passion when two worlds collide, but can it survive? Michael’s road from poverty to riches is rough: charisma and talent versus pride. Lizzie, daughter of a wealthy Scottish laird, inherits Margaret Tudor’s diary. It contains the command to “find love where ye may”, and that she must pass the book to a daughter conceived in love. Lizzie is determined to see Michael succeed, but is the promise she makes to him too high a price to pay?
Eighteen years later, the relationship is challenged by their adult daughter. Lisette adores “The Diamond Superstar” and sees the royal command as permission to set a trap for Michael and indulge her forbidden love. One night of passion results in pregnancy, and the paparazzi are already suspicious of the father and daughter who play lovers onstage. Margaret Tudor succeeded in hiding the birth of an illegitimate baby from a king in the sixteenth century, but can Lizzie hide the next royal heiress from modern bureaucracy? Does she love Michael enough to forgive him and try?
Roland Tankowicz wasn’t even legally a person anymore.
The aging cyborg had never really recovered from being betrayed and enslaved by his superiors in the Army, and the final insult of being permanently classified as “defunct military ordnance” had been a bitter pill to swallow. Now, he spent most of his time drinking beer and working as a fixer for the crime families in 25th-century Boston. It was easy money if you were the kind of guy who was bullet-proof and could pick up a house.
But then Lucia Ribiero stumbled into his favorite watering hole dragging a squad of bounty hunters behind her. Shadows from his own dark past, and old debts still unpaid conspired to drive the old war-horse out for one more mission. Like any good soldier, the mission is all that matters for Roland.
Linked by a shared connection to her kidnapped father, the duo will face veritable armies of criminals, mutants, cyborgs, and corporate executives as they search for the missing man. The secrets of the Ribiero family are exposed as they approach the center of the labyrinth, and Lucia’s mental and physical issues present an even deeper mystery than her father’s disappearance.
Roland will have to face the horror of his past one more time, and Lucia will need to get a grip on her future if they expect to survive a running battle with an entire galaxy’s worth of mad science gone awry; and ultimately prevent a terrible history from repeating itself.
When Lara dies at the hands of a Manhattan lawyer during a sex game, his defense attorney, Carl, hires Simone, a psychiatrist, professor and author of books on sexual behavior to help him buttress his argument that Lara’s death was accidental. To help his defense, Carl’s client has written a detailed account of his steamy, year-long relationship with Lara. Carl gives the text to Simone for analysis. While evaluating the presumed killer’s writing, Simone continues to receive psychiatric patients with sexual disorders and unusual fantasies, and to research strange sexual behavior for her next book. Meanwhile, Simone’s clinical partner, friend and research colleague, Edward, is working with the police to capture a serial killer who is torturing and killing women. From hot and unusual sex and interesting psychiatric patients, to the swing houses of New York and Paris, this fast-paced page-turner is a blend of mystery, suspense, humor, romance and erotica.
To one man she gave her virginity; to another, she gave her heart. One, she would mourn. With the other, she would share life’s triumph and turmoil. With both, she would endure times of love, and passion and complete happiness as well as times of despair, confusion, and sorrow. One day at a time—each day, building unforgettable memories.
Sweet Pea I: The Demise of Innocence (1968-70): At seventeen Johnie is no longer a child but still full of virgin innocence—and defiance. She quickly learns growing up involves a lot more than physical loss of her virginity.
Sweet Pea II: Time to Deceive (1973-74) Johnie’s dream of happiness becomes a nightmare where Brenda cackles while Johnie boils naked in a cauldron of pea green soup.
Sweet Pea III: The Price of Passion (1984-1990) A secret part of Johnie’s soul survives nurturing the memory of Jake. Fate strikes several more dramatic blows and once again, everything changes.
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Your mind is like a parachute–it only works when opened.
Why should you buy this book, “The Rebellion of a Rogue-Raged Economist”>>>>because the book is designed to give you a new way to view life, our socio-economic system, politics, and religion. The book consists of 159 postings that stand in defiance of herd-like thinking. Keep your Success Train on track by avoiding herd-like thinking
Anna Windsor sees nothing but perfection as she looks into the eyes of her newborn daughter. It appears the life she has wished for is unfolding perfectly—until the realities of the Vietnam War encroach on her dreams. Now Anna must come to terms with new challenges as her husband, Grant, tells her that he has received orders to join the fight a world away in Southeast Asia. Time does not stand still for Anna and baby Jessica while Grant does his best to defend his country amid a controversial war. Instead, she finds herself in the middle of her own battle when tragedy strikes just as she returns to work at a local university. After she unveils a secret with the potential to end her life, Anna is befriended by a man who is battling his own internal demons. As she is propelled on a dangerous journey where she must make difficult choices, a mystery unfolds, exposing Anna to an entirely new existence where nothing is certain. In this historical tale set during the Vietnam War, a young mother who unwittingly becomes a pawn in a life she never wanted is about to discover that the future is never guaranteed until it is standing before her.
It’s a short story of intrigue, adventure and fiction. The place is called ‘THE TALKING FOREST’, it’s located at Mayagüez on the island of Puerto Rico.
Five inseparable friends decided to make a Seven day trip to ‘The Talking Forest’. To get there — they had to pass through a ‘GREEN TUNNEL’ full of vines. Passing through it you feel peace and tranquility. They decided to camp in the woods. The peace and tranquility they felt once ended the next day when they entered into the woods and started to experience strange things. From here on everything took a wrong turn — The stay of Seven days…. Ended in TWO!