At a time when two kingdoms battle for the fate of a kidnapped prince, sisters Eibhlin, Cassidy, and Brianna will forge their own destinies. Eibhlin is closer to her goal of riding into battle alongside an elite group of knights until her budding desire to have children gets in the way. Brianna is a hopeless romantic but also the victim of a terrible crime and she must learn how to get her hands dirty in order to combat her obsessive fears. Cassidy, who sneaks maps and reads accounts of battle, could be useful in the war effort if she can first prove she is just as capable as any of her father’s military advisors. Together, the sisters of Inishford will find their strength to rescue their kidnapped brother, return peace to the kingdom, and restore joy to their lives.
In her book Out of My Mind, author Mary Ellen Lisciandra delves into the whimsical realm of poetry. It is a compilation of poems that she wrote over the course of her life.
These poems deal with subjects ranging from sports to politics to world affairs. She started writing poems close to 50 years ago. Throughout the past five decades, she has witnessed many famous – and infamous – historical changes in American society. Among these events were the Vietnam War; the Energy Crisis of the Nixon era; and more recently, the BP oil disaster of 2010. She even includes a comical piece about her hometown baseball team – “The Amazing Mets” -- who miraculously won the World Series in 1969.
In addition to her collection of poems, Ms. Lisciandra reflects on her interest in history with a very thought-provoking essay on the battle of Gettysburg. She also displays her interest/love of animals with a short article about turtles.
There is something in her poems for everyone. Some are fantasies. Some are humorous. Some are satirical. Some are informative. But all the poems in this book definitely portray writings that come “out of the mind” of the author. Many of these poems mirror her personality, her beliefs, and her bizarre thinking. Her writing reflects her true inner feelings.
Out Of My Mind is an amazing read for everyone.
So sit back in a comfortable chair with your favorite beverage, and prepare to be entertained.
In this second book in the series, Roo and Wallace are still best friends who love to take walks and play in the park. It seems wherever they go they come across dogs with a variety of talents: show dogs, service dogs, and dogs performing tricks of all kinds. Roo wishes Wallace had skills, but loves him just the same. When they come across a man throwing a Frisbee to his dog, however, something amazing happens. The rest, as they say, is history.
Sean O’Shea is ready to write his next thriller. This time he decides to research the origins of Eastern European superstitions and prove they are based in fact. He’s about to learn the unfortunate truth.
Meanwhile, lunatic Craig Breedlove, serial killer extraordinaire, escapes from the Winnebago Mental Health Institute. He has a new target in mind. The horrendous pedophile priest scandals were only made possible by the enabling of Bishops, Cardinals and Popes. These cover-uppers are his new targets.
How will these stories merge and will an unlikely hero come forth?
Vampires, a serial killer, pedophile priests and pedophile enablers, who are the real monsters?
It can be hard to keep our hands to ourselves...even for elves! Ringo keeps upsetting his friends. Will Santa have to send this naughty little elf south, or will Ringo learn to control himself and be a gentler elf? Join Ringo in this adorable tale of a fun little elf that was not made for sitting still.
Sleep Sleep Wonderful Sleep picks up the very next day – right after Karen Lee’s first book Stormy Stormy Night ends.
There is trouble in the forest because Freddy, the little horned owl who watches the forest at night can’t sleep. Freddy can’t sleep because the forest animals are fighting over the delicious raspberries in the berry patch nearby. They are arguing all day and it is keeping him awake. If he can’t sleep, Freddy can’t keep the forest safe from intruders.
In Karen Lee’s book, Sleep Sleep Wonderful Sleep the forest animals learn about the importance of sleep, doing a good job, sharing and friendship.
This is the second book in a series of adventure filled stories about Lightning, Thunder and their forest friends.
Hang on as Sally and Gosford go to
Egypt and bring back an ancient curse!!
See what critics are saying about this book:
D Nile: 'I gotta tell my 'mummy' about it!'
E. Gypt: 'It wrapped me up!'
M. T Tomb: 'I feel hollow inside!'
Prancie's Prayer is the first picture book written by Ellen J Pilch and published by Mirror Publishing. It is about an orange cat who finds herself homeless one cold winter. She has trouble finding something to eat and a warm place to sleep, but with a little help from above she finds all of that and more in her wonderful forever home. The story is loosely based on how the author's cat arrived at her doorstep. You can read more about Prancie and her family at 15andmeowing.com.
Jeff loves to play outside. He finds lots of treasures. One day Jeff finds a dirty, green towel. He thinks that towel would make a great Superman cape! Will Jeff's mom agree with him?
This story is about a real little girl named Carmen who lives in a warm coastal town in California with her parents and little brother. One day Carmen gets to go visit her Grandma Emi in the mountains of Colorado. She had never seen snow or cold weather before now. At first the idea of going out in the white winter cold is scary for her, but then she learns how much fun winter can be.
This is a lesson in reckless abandon.
This is a diagram of deceit,
Of wild revelry and drug-induced insanity.
This is a game of limbo between demons and angels, and who will fall first.
This is an exploration of the minds of warriors who had no clue they were in battle.
This is the story of fated friendship and redemption.
This is a spell riddled with Black Magick and spiders.
This is a front-row ticket to the Death of innocence.
This is the view from the veil lifted.
This is a direct manipulation of the Stars.
This is an ode to that unruly era of youth when our minds and hearts travel through the depths of chaos only to come out more alive and ready to set the world ablaze.
This is the tale of Punky and Grump.