The Awakening

Author: Isaac Barrao

Publisher: Babelcube Inc.

ISBN: 107154716X

Category: Fiction

Page: 143

View: 2890

A stranger, a strange planet and an incredible ending that will lead to a spectacular ending, a great narrative and use of language, passionate and clear at the moment the novel ends, he worries that the details are a perfectionist.


Author: S.A. Neff

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1493198017

Category: Fiction

Page: 238

View: 7897

Closures is a story of laughter, excitement, sentiment and above all else closure to life’s unanswered questions. KC is an investigator that uses her Law Enforcement background along her life experiences to assist others in finding missing people. Her goal is to do more than just give her clients an address. She works to help them find true closure to the hardships of missing loved ones, broken relationships, or business deals gone wrong. She is finding out that by helping others, she has helped herself. KC is also taking on new adventures in her life through hunting and romance. She feels the strong bond of friendship and learns the meaning of being home. This is the first in many adventures for KC.

Personal Best

Author: Tami Veldura

Publisher: Story Prism Studios

ISBN: 1941319653

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 5842

Sam is a high school cross country runner stuck living with his divorced dad when the pandemic shuts down traveling, hanging with friends, even school. He’d rather be with his mom, who at least calls him by the right name and pronouns. The day goes from gloomy to terrifying when Dad gets a letter in the mail that seems to turn him into a different person. An angry person. Scared, and more alone than ever, Sam knows he has to act… or Dad, and Sam, will disappear for good. Personal Best was first published in the Pikes Peak Writer’s Anthology Fresh Starts in 2021

The Girl with the Golden Spurs

Author: Ann Major

Publisher: MIRA

ISBN: 1460393945

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 9920

Book One of the Golden Spurs series. From the cradle, Lizzy Kemble had the powerful sense that she didn't belong in her family's notorious Texas empire. Her desire for land-grabbing Cole Knight, embittered son of the neighboring rancher, proved her right. Her daddy had done everything possible to turn her into a proper Kemble—all the way to leaving his vast Golden Spurs Ranch in her hands after he fell victim to a stroke. But when her father's death turns out to be murder, Lizzy knows someone is willing to kill to claim the Kemble wealth…and she's next on the hit list. With the Golden Spurs at risk, she';s fighting back…but who is the enemy? The enigmatic Cole? Her cutthroat family? Caught in a high-stakes game of win, lose or die, Lizzy is forced to gamble her ranch, her heart, her very life for the truth behind the Golden Spurs. Previously Published.

Sinister Revelations

Author: Stephanie Dean

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 1662412355

Category: Fiction

Page: 142

View: 8169

Elsie Garcia, found dead in the kitchen by a single gunshot wound to the head. Her husband, Juan, found tortured, mutilated, and dead in the living room. Detectives and best friends Sam and Hailey are on the case. What seems pretty cut and dry isn’t, as Sam and Hailey reveal one murder mystery after another going back years. Every revelation leads to more and more questions. The two detectives quickly learn that every family has secrets, and some families have very sinister secrets. Sam and Hailey are about to find out that what they thought they knew, they didn’t know at all.

Shadow of an Indian Star

Author: Bill Paul,Cindy Paul,Julie Mooney

Publisher: BookPros, LLC

ISBN: 9780975592229

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 458

View: 5228

In 1825, sixteen-year-old Smith Paul runs away from home and is adopted into the Chickasaw tribe, where he travels the infamous Trail of Tears with his adoptive family and forgest Smith Paul's Valley, where he vows people of all races will be treated equally.


Author: Stephanie Diaz

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 1466837373

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 304

View: 3235

Clementine's world is on the brink of destruction. An army of aliens from the distant planet Marden has arrived with a massive fleet of battleships, intent on finally putting an end to the war Kiel's old rulers initiated. With the Alliance headquarters reduced to rubble and one of the rebel leaders close to death, Clementine and her friends have no choice but to retreat to the Core to escape the alien ships attacking the Surface. But safety in the Core means forming a temporary alliance with their sworn enemy, Commander Charlie. He's a ruthless man and a liar, but striking a bargain with him—his pardon in exchange for their help defeating the Mardenites—is the only way the rebels might survive the war. And Charlie needs their help too, for Marden's force is more powerful than anyone anticipated, with weapons and technologies never before seen on Kiel. Unless old feuds can be set aside long enough for a diplomatic solution to be found, all of Kiel's people will be destroyed, and everything Clementine and her friends have sacrificed in their fight for peace will have been for nothing.

Runnin' Rebel

Author: Jerry Tarkanian

Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC

ISBN: 9781596700185

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 235

View: 2259

Runnin' Rebel tells the full story behind Tarkanian's many battles with the NCAA, often brought on by his criticism of the organization's blatant hypocrisy; his penchant for giving players he recruited a second chance, and his willingness to forgive player indiscretions when he thought it was justified. While the NCAA looked the other way at other big-name coaches and programs, Tarkanian firmly believes they overly scrutinized him as a punishment for his words about them. Despite all that, his players loved him (including the 42 who were drafted by NBA teams), the fans faithfully cheered him, and some of his achievements in college basketball may never be matches. He offers an entertaining "tell-all" about his spectacular career.

His Own Life Story And War Diary

Author: Tom Skeyhill

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1473389321

Category: History

Page: 348

View: 9827

This little book ought to be read by Americans everywhere, both because Sergeant York is a national possession, and also because it teaches the priceless value of individual character and may warn us here in America from allowing our children, who have to use machines, from being themselves made into machines. His is the story of Sergeant Alvin C. York of Tennessee, the outstanding hero of the World War and one of the greatest individual fighters in the history of modern or legendary warfare. In the heart of the Argonne Forest on October 8, 1918, practically unassisted, he whipped an entire German machine-gun battalion, killing twenty-eight of the enemy, capturing thirty-five machine guns and with the help of a handful of doughboys bringing in one hundred and thirty-two prisoners.


Author: Kendrick Bros. LLC,Chris Fabry

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

ISBN: 1496461290

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 9979

For eighteen years, she tried to believe she had made the right decision—for him. But if she never saw him again, how could she ever be sure? Melissa had clung to the thin thread of hope given by the adoption agency that someday her newborn son might want to connect with her. When his eighteenth birthday arrived, she called the agency to simply update her contact information, not expecting a response. Susan and Jimmy Colton had raised their boy with openness about his adoption. After the heartbreaking loss of two infant sons that marked their early years of marriage, they promised themselves they would try not to hold too tightly to David or hold back any information he wanted about his birth. And so they waited on him. David was hesitant to talk about the questions and curiosities about his birth story that often haunted him. But as he neared adulthood, his need to know the full story of his life became something he couldn’t shake. Until the call came to the Coltons from the adoption agency, and the first tentative bits of communication and connection set in motion a story that would change all their lives forever. From the team that brought you the movies Courageous and War Room comes Lifemark, the novelization of the new film inspired by a true story of adoption, redemption, and hope.