On May 22, 2018, every person on Earth sneezes. Simultaneously. Hours later, an alien spacecraft appears over New York City and broadcasts a dire message of impending doom. The future of the human race will depend on the whims of a solitary extraterrestrial who appears in the form of Walter Cronkite.
The author ddj would like to share his experience in living on the ground of multi-religions. He has been keen on studying various religions. In this book, there are four major religions covered, namely, Christianity, Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism.
FirstWorld is at the centre of the multiverse and it is under threat. If the Balance tips entirely to Chaos then time will end. A Hero is needed and the Hero needs a powerful Sword, perhaps the most powerful weapon in the multiverse. An inexperienced young man, Simon Redhead, is saved from nuclear annihilation in Melbourne 2043 and reluctantly pressed into service.
New Adult contemporary erotic romance! Her future awaits… New college grad, Amy, is looking for adventure after being sheltered most of her life by overprotective parents. She finds it in exotic Greece when she participates in a study-abroad program for healthcare professionals interested in community health.
A vicious serial killer is on the hunt for his next victim and CID Inspector Prav Shira is fatigued by the lack of progress. With reluctance he brings in estranged psychologist Dr. Arliss Grey to aide in the investigation. But Arliss is a woman plagued by her own demons, and wrought by a dark secret from her past what she soon uncovers brings her closer to a sinister conspiracy that weaves itself into the halls of power.
A British romantic comedy set in the Limousin region of France. Art teacher, Vicki Marchant, is stranded at the altar knee-deep in her absent fiancé’s gambling debts. After paying these off, she seizes her freedom and travels to France to paint. It’s her time. Nobody is going to get in the way of her ambition – definitely no men.
It’s not easy being Olga Dolovich. Orphaned at a time when she had only just begun to appreciate her parents, tormented by her beautiful-but-bitchy sex goddess of a sister, and doomed to clean the world’s dirtiest bathroom, Olga doesn’t exactly lead a charmed life. But worst of all, at least in her tortured mind, is the fact that she’s fat. Too fat for comfort. Too fat for beauty. And much, much too fat to be a ballerina.
You rage uncontrollably at your child. You become incoherent with fear when you want to say something to your family. Your mind will not stop its incessant repetition of a story about something that has happened. You cannot control your addictive behaviour.
Alex is a womanizer. He makes no excuses for it. Yes, he picks up women at the local bar, leaving them with just a memory of a good night and a good lay, but he hasn't had any complaints yet. That is, until he picks up the wrong woman. Not satisfied to be tossed aside as just another notch in Alex's bedpost, she curses him, wishing he “knew what it was like for a woman.”