The Chaos Wielder's identity has been revealed, but Quinn is gone, and Reina has little time to save the world from an eternity of chaos. But not all is as it seems in these lands, and those who die don't always stay dead.
Four women working backstage on a rock tour each come to terms with being a woman in a male-dominated industry. When Alex Evans, a thirty-six-year-old touring electrician, is implicated in an accident involving the female pop star she works for, she and three other women rent a house in Tuscany.
Not all shifters turn into magnificent, terrifying beasts, but despite the complications and challenges, even the most innocuous transformation can bring inspiration and power.
12 stories of change and self-discovery.
12 explorations of the trials and tribulations resulting from small shifts.
Pastor Jack Douglas resigns his ministry after a traumatic event and hikes across America. In North Dakota, he finds work on an oil rig until a violent turn of events forces him to seek seclusion in the Alaskan wilderness where he's stalked by the mythical Amaroq wolf.
Zach, a young veteran, contemplates suicide after a horrific tour in Afghanistan when Ernest Hemingway appears and stops him. Haunted by the wars, and with his friend Hemingway pestering him, he descends into alcoholism.
Gwen decides that vampires are the answer to her dieting problems and travels to New Orleans to find one. She does and a deal is struck. At first Gwen loves the slim, gorgeous body she is given. But there's a catch. There's always a catch.
Book Two in the ETERNAL DIET series by WB Wilson. Vampires Gwen and Colin have left New Orleans for the sun blasted mountains of Reno Nevada. An old friend follows them and soon after rumors of a Reno Ripper start echoing in the newspapers.
One-armed Mickey Crow, reluctant socialite Pris, and mad scientist Mo, along with AI raven Ek, are undercover at Fright Island Theme Park. Seems that the park's advanced augmented reality system is making people sick. Some are injured. Someone even died.
A twenty-five-year-old one-armed woman, Mickey Crow, and reluctant socialite, Pris, are hired by a friend to investigate a mysterious midnight disappearance of a lifeguard trainee for their podcast, the Contrary Crow. Shell Beach turns out to be an odd place full of strange people.
Whether you are developing a book or a series, Create With Co-Authors gives you the tools and step-by-step guidance you need to form healthy co-author relationships. Prompts and exercises will help you take practical steps to turn that dream into shared published books.
Whether you're writing your first book or your fiftieth, Scrappy Rough Draft has the tools you need to build self-confidence, develop a writing habit that works for you, and identify the kinds of people you need in your writing community to help you get your story out of your head and onto the page.
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Angie accompanies her engineer husband to Mars to spend more quality time together. But with Kieron working hard, she’s got more than enough time to wonder at the strange changes and caginess of the locals. Does the unverified report of an ET visit have anything to do with it? A
Sighting: Possible Canid. Likely a werewolf
Location: Walpole, Western Australia
Status: Developing—tracking and research
When Stacy hires a cabin at in the quiet Walpole forest, the last creature she expects to meet is a wolf. Now he’s got evil designs on her, but he hasn’t counted on the locals’ p
Kwan Kew Lai met her first Punjabi woman doctor while lying in a hospital bed with a severe kidney infection at the age of fourteen. Watching the woman walk away down the hall, Kwan Kew was convinced she could, and would, carve out her own destiny.
This memoir follows Dr, Kwan Kew Lai's experiences from 2006 to 2013 as she provided care during the HIV/AIDs epidemics, after natural disasters, and as a relief doctor in refugee camps in Kenya, Libya, Uganda, and South Sudan, where civil war virtually wiped out all existing healthcare facilities.
Lest We Forget exposes the raw brutality of Ebola, the undersupplied and understaffed health infrastructure in the developing world. At once a memoir of triumphs, failures, and a memorial, this book will ensure that the victims of Ebola and the fighters who sought to heal them will not be forgotten.
Savvy collegiate, Lexie Wiggins’ curiosity plunges those she loves into the mystical Everglades where she must overcome ancient native Indian challenges in order to restore the material world. She carelessly mishandles the treasure's powers, thereby unleashing a long-forgotten Seminole curse.