Mind, Media, and Other Things is a poetry book that talks about some controversial subjects so that they are talked about. The author put something for everyone in this book, but it is still mainly for young adults and adults.
1885. Anne Stanbury. Committed to a lunatic asylum, having been deemed insane and therefore unfit to stand trial for the crime of which she is indicted. But is all as it seems? Edgar Stanbury. The grieving husband and father who is torn between helping his confined wife recover her sanity and seeking revenge on the woman who ruined his life.
A place to begin in the world of baking without gluten. 12 recipes, plus details on what works and (more importantly) what doesn't work. A guidebook that aims at giving you delicious results the first time, avoiding wasteful experiments. The knowledge gained transfers to the recipes you know and love already, so you will be able to create whatever baked goods you've been missing.
When the young elf Strum first heard the whispers, some on Eversong called it a gift. After all, he is the first of the Iunctus Unus (United Ones) born in centuries. But the whispers are from a bizarre land called Chicago where twelve-year-old Jason Snider lies comatose in a hospital after a terrible accident, an accident that binds the two lives together. If Jason dies, Strum dies.
In an enchanted forest far away from civilization, Theo and Mary, along with their son RAY and daughter HALEY, live quietly and happily in great contentment. In this strange and mysterious place, they discover that their children were born with great natural powers. Ray possesses special gifts, including the ability to speak with animals and the elements while Haley can talk to plants and animals.