When the raiders chase her into a swamp, Rawena falls into the furry claws of Goddess Pandemia. Despite her murderous instincts, Pandemia lets Rawena live—and turns her into a pawn in a mad game. Only Garux, a warrior who has rejected Rawena for her younger sister, knows how deadly the game is. With the cards stacked against him, he must defeat the jealous Rawena and the cunning Pandemia… while fighting foreign invaders and traitors within his tribe.
The Heart Strings series by PMMurphy describes the heartache of losing a close relationship, and the struggles of finding a new one. This is one man’s way of viewing the romantic side of life and the things he thinks about it.
A collection of Haiku with sets of ten by Adam Wessel. They are the bond which he makes, through this subtle expression with the world and senses around him. Expression of even the unseen between, here and there.
The London Haiku Project is a collaborative venture that depicts micro-moments of city life in haiku form. With the abundance of creative launch-pads that London provides (the landmarks, the people, the places) the project seeks to exhibit the interactions that go on all around us that we often miss. With contributors from all over the world, the LHP is incrementally building up a unique picture of London, made by the many, mini brushstrokes of micropoetry and the Haiku form.
Presented by a Brooklyn girl, born and bred, My Brooklyn, lives and breathes in each and every childhood memory and all her girlhood dreams. A section that’s near and dear to her heart. This body of work is a celebration of Brooklyn; past, present and future.
Poetry and Fiction start from just “one word”; which then becomes one idea, one sentence, one poem or one story. This series is part of a Literary Collection, which encompasses the beauty of Poetry and the make-believe world of Fiction through the magic of words. Poetry will explore the mysteries of love and life through rhyme and free verse, while Fiction will actually take you there, and place you in the middle of the action, along with the characters.
Your “previously on” feature to real life events. Bringing together the highlights of events that moved us, these selected poems from the current affairs collection are a little memento of our joined experiences of 2016. After all, it’s by remembering our past that we create our future.
A woman battled cancer 5 times over 20 years, finally succumbing in April ’18. Her husband of 50 years, a writer, wrote the “Saying Goodbye” collection to cope as the final ordeal began, and through the year of grief since. Veterans of the cancer world, they knew this one was fatal as soon as they heard “non-small-cell lung cancer, Stage IV”. He’s making these public to share a grief journey that is all-too common, for any comfort it may offer.
Throughout this series Beth Tremaglio’s desire is to take you, the reader, on a journey as an economy declines. A personal glimpse, and a very intimate look into the heartache and loss, of losing everything one has worked for. Her aim, to convey intimate emotions of real people struggling with life’s challenges.
Without reason is a series for the confused, the lost, the people crying in their car because they just don’t know what else to do. It’s about relationships, not feeling wanted, not knowing how to feel and knowing that, that’s okay. Written only from post-it notes, along with honest photography. It’s the thoughts we never get the chance to write down.
A series, consisting of different authors and different literary works that embrace the Christmas Holiday, and the joy of this season. Through each of the pieces you’ll discover the beauty of Christmas traditions, and everything else that makes it the most wonderful time of the year.
A series, consisting of different authors and different literary works that embrace Halloween, and the spirit of this holiday. Whether it’s Trick or Treating, ghosts and goblins, black cats, or superstitions, it will spook you or just entertain you.