Café Mocha is the author’s first erotic romance short story, centering on a woman who decides to change her way of thinking when it comes to meeting men. Cinnamon Jones is a divorcée, who has decided to change her way of thinking when it comes to meeting men. No more will she settle for someone who does not measure up to her high standards, which she did when she first met her husband, Horatio Jones. When he became successful, he dumped her.
No one in Cheyenne, North Dakota believes in Lottie Baldwin’s psychic abilities. Not her neighbors, not the townspeople, and especially not not Harlan Erikson, Lottie’s boyfriend and Chief Deputy in the Sheriff’s Office. Harlan is willing to take Lottie’s love, but as far as her tarot readings go—well, he prefers to play it by the book. When a friend’s husband disappears, Lottie can’t sit on her hands while the official investigation grinds slowly along. Armed with her courage, her insight and her tarot cards, Lottie sets out to solve the mystery herself, ...
Our Urge to Merge is only the second book in history, by Oscar Friar, to be released in the English language. His previous book, Poetry is for the Birds, went on to astound North American audiences with pages full of keen insight and heartfelt observations of the world we live in. This new collection continues that journey for the reader. After winning the much revered, and completely fabricated, Ríkadla Meho Srdce (Rhymes of My Heart) Award from the Czech Republic, Oscar Friar has gone on to entertain audiences around the world.
Ebooks Secrets To Getting Ahead is a basic guide for beginners or anyone else that is a indie author. Whether it is your first time writing an ebook or not, we all have to start from somewhere. It may be a rocky ride but if you stay on track, you will not fall off. Every mission we attempt to do in life isn’t easy. But the bottom line is you have something that you are interested in doing...go for it. Write the book!
"Teaching for What?" traces my turbulent career as an educator in Connecticut public, vocational and parochial schools, and how that experience drove me into depression and early retirement. It is also a somewhat scathing critique of the system of education, in general. The book begins with my student teaching days in a suburban public high school, and then follows my career, going forward, in an urban Catholic elementary school, a regional vocational high school, and, finally, a suburban public school.
"My Heart In Seoul is Storytelling at Its Finest," "The author does an exceptional job introducing the character, Jasmine Sinclair, a strong-willed journalist who is engaged to a Hollywood actor. Her fiancé indiscretions create a scandal, leaving Jasmine washing her hands of all men. At the insistence of her father, she accompanies him to Seoul on a business trip and is joined by her two best girlfriends, Candice and Rita, the catalysts that will push Jasmine to give love and romance another chance with protagonist, Wen Hon ...
This work is intended to stand unto itself as more a living, breathing, portrait of art painted with carefully chosen words, than just a really interesting story told. The intent here is for the reader to view the landscape through the eyes of the main character, to feel what he does as he ambles along in this adventure. When the main character feels the pain and pleasures of the old dirt road, then all will only be right if the reader feels these same identical experiences.
Did you ever dream of being famous, doing mysterious things, or being a superhero? For Adrian Alexander Prince, an average teenager from Montana, these dreams become a stunning reality, when he is invited to attend a special school many miles away because he possesses the ability to change the world, known as the Talent. The surprises don't end there. Adrian learns new things about the family he thought he knew, about his other family and the special place they occupied among the Talented, and about his own unusual fate.
America was great once upon a time, and opportunity flourished as it never had anywhere else, but something has gone terribly wrong in America. Decay morally, socially, and economical had replaced bounty. Even the cherished institution of legitimate law has been replaced by a wicked extortionist inquisition. This is the story of one man's persecution by that inquisition, his great escape and his ascendancy into wealth, status and glory beyond all mortal measure.
Poetry is for the Birds is a collection of some of the most heartfelt, sincere and down-to-earth poems you will ever have the pleasure of reading. After winning the much revered, and completely fabricated, Ríkadla Meho Srdce (Rhymes of My Heart) Award from the Czech Republic, Oscar Friar has gone on to entertain audiences around the world. Friar is considered both a young prodigy in the world of poetry and an old soul in the world of prose, making him pretty much a middle-aged poet with a voice that is to be reckoned with.