Written by a Maladaptive Daydreamer, this book explains what it is and offers helpful suggestions and links to those who also suffer from the condition.
Fourteen year old Harlie Castleberry brings her attitude with her when she moves to Cleveland, Georgia to live with her estranged mother after her father is killed in a construction accident. Learning the family secret changes her attitude. She belongs to a family of shapeshifters. Blessed by Cherokee Indians, her family has the ability to change into mountain lions to combat an ancient being that plagues the north Georgia mountains. Trained by a distant cousin of Native American heritage, Harlie must make a journey of self-discovery to vanquish a time-old evil.
The year is 2059 and the world has gone mad. As the New World Government plans to annihilate the inhabitants of earth leaving only a few select elite to survive, a small band of people plan to escape. Shiloh Kevorsky builds a ship in the Black Desert of the Southeastern United States. Professor Markowitz authors the report outlining how to eliminate the world's population. Sunny Moon Harris, assistant to Professor Markowitz, gets caught up in the middle of the fray when an assassin comes calling.
The evil witch Desdmona is back and seeking revenge for the death of her son, Balfourant. She must get her hands on Ravenheart's spell book, the gold Sword of Tilk and the Tilk heirs to enact her revenge. But it isn't just the Tilk Realm which will suffer. All possible worlds may cease to exist.
The adventure continues as Barbara and her cohorts, including her twin sister, must travel to the territory of Antanavica to rescue Princess Heather. When a ship sails into the Tilk Harbor it brings with it a colorful pirate named Gregorio. But Gregorio has an agenda for visiting the Tilk Realm. He must return to Antanvica with the gold Sword of Tilk for the wizard Ravenheart.
Every woman has her demons; fears and insecurities which prevent her from becoming the woman she is meant to be. Barbara Neely is no exception. Barbara works a job she hates to take care of herself and her ten year old daughter, Heather. A science whiz, Heather wants more time with her mother and for her mother to be happy. Barbara awakens one morning in a world completely different from the one to which she is accustomed.
This book tells the story of how Shelby absolutely loves candy! If mommy would let her, she would eat candy all day, every day! She would have to take good care of her teeth to eat all that candy! In the end, Shelby realizes that fruit is just as sweet as candy! It is a perfect little picture book for preschool age children!
AMAZON BREAKTHROUGH NOVEL AWARD QUARTERFINALIST.
A portrait of the artist as a young woman... An artist in search of herself, a narcissistic lover, and an unforgettable collection of other misfit characters come together in this novel, where obsessive and unrequited love becomes the fodder for the creative muse. The novel inverts the trope of the male artist and his pursuit of a female muse: his elevation of a mortal woman onto a pedestal and subsequent heroine worship of her as a goddess of art.