Monthly Newsletter - April 2022 - Issue 11

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APRIL 2022  .  Issue No. 11

 

 

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The Bat

by Leslie Garland

The Bat; a coming of age story and a search after truth.

What is true? What is truth?

An old and now sceptical Thomas looks back on the events of his last term at school when his class returned to a new beautiful class teacher, a donation of stuffed animals and birds by an eccentric benefactor and the increasingly strange events which followed. Zoological specimens appeared to be not quite as dead as they looked. A bell-jar which had contained a stuffed bat shattered during an exorcism. Strange events then turned to being sinister and frightening.

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The Bat

Coffee, Cigarettes, Death & Mania

by Rodney Richards

Rodney recounts firsthand experiences and unbelievable scenarios while out of his rational mind and completely absorbed within the clutches of mania. The delusions, scenes, hallucinations, and exploits are real and as frighteningly extreme as they are sometimes dangerous. At one time he believes he is King of the World, at another the return of Jesus Christ and all the Prophets. On a plane flying 30,000 feet over the Atlantic he almost succeeds in opening the door. In a staid midnight British dinner party he strolls naked among the guests pooh-poohing their laughter. With only thirty dollars cash and a credit card he flies from Newark airport to London, to Rome, then to Tel Aviv, all the while on a mission that will revolutionize the world.

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Coffee, Cigarettes, Death & Mania

Where the Bones Lie

by Steve Haberman

A famed American woman reporter goes missing in the chaos of post-WWII 1946 Berlin. 

Her equally famous lover, an ex-Winston Churchill spy and famous NY City detective, sets out to find her.  He has no idea what he has stepped into.

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Where the Bones Lie

Finding Purpose

by Angela E. Powell

An eight-year-old special needs child and a traumatized horse turn life upside down for Heather Fletcher. Is her expertise in training horses and a newfound interest in neuroscience enough to help them, or will they all be trampled in the dirt?

For Heather, life in the small mountain town of Mylin Valley couldn't be better. She has a family who loves and supports her, a community who embraces her, and a successful horse rescue ranch. But when Xavier, a young boy with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Littlefoot, a traumatized horse with an uncertain past show up on her ranch in the same week, Heather finds meeting the needs of both might be impossible.

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Finding Purpose

 

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Monthly Digest

The Ghost Moth

by Leslie Garland

Fiction > Christian

 

Touch of Night

by Nara Jade

Fiction > Romance

 

Let's Swap Legs

by George Fratton

Fiction > Humor

 

Behind the Tapestry

by M. Rose Peluso

Non Fiction > Memoir & Biographies

 

I Don't Want That in My Ice Cream

by George Fratton

Fiction > Children

 

Guilty Deceptions

by D.C. Malcolm

Fiction > Mystery & Thrillers

 

The Wizard-Thieves

by Bradley S. Pontius

Fiction > Fantasy

 

The Odd Hour Effort

by Abhik Gulati

Fiction > Short Stories

 

Domestic Deceit

by H.C. Johnson

Fiction > Mystery & Thrillers

 

What A Dream: My Subconscious Poetry

by Ronnell Beaty

Fiction > Poetry

 

Emily and the Ghost of Mr. Mentor

by George E. Kellogg

Fiction > Horror & Paranormal