Tag: love

Quarter-Life Philosophies

Quarter-Life Philosophies

| October 16, 2017

Quarter-Life Philosophies: On Dreams that Leave Quietly is a collection of guiding ideas for your years in bloom. It is for growing, contributing and searching for all the light in between. It is for climbing out of the cave and into your own self. Weaving personal philosophies into prose and poetry, Quarter-Life Philosophies explores our […]

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The Watchers

The Watchers

| October 14, 2017

All he wants is a modest house with a picket fence, a few close friends, and all the blood he can drink. Lafayette just dreams of being a normal vampire. Instead, he is forced into a mission to save mankind from the clutches of fallen angels. When the reluctant vampire turns to a childhood friend […]

Moira’s Song

Moira’s Song

| October 10, 2017

  Her children are all she has left. She’ll tear up heaven and earth to protect them…. Reeling from the loss of her family, Moira McCauley clings to the only love she has left – her twin sons. Her only dream is to give her boys what she didn’t have. Love. Stability. Acceptance. She’s succeeding […]

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Nicholas Raven and the Wizards’ Web (The Complete Epic Fantasy)

Nicholas Raven and the Wizards’ Web (The Complete Epic Fantasy)

| October 3, 2017

NICHOLAS RAVEN AND THE WIZARDS’ WEB – The Complete Epic Fantasy 4 Kings. 3 Wars. 2 Nasty Wizards. 1 Magic Key. An epic fantasy in three volumes for adults and older teens. ALL THREE VOLUMES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SPECIAL EDITION. Volume 1: Prologue & Chapters 1 – 39 Volume 2: Chapters 40 – 85 […]

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Splinters: Dark Poetry, Volume 1

Splinters: Dark Poetry, Volume 1

| September 28, 2017

This rare compendium of poetry, one could say, is characteristic of a photo album. Splinters is a poetic album, capturing evanescent moments of one’s life, in perhaps the same way a selection of photographs might. Though unlike photography, which generally tends to capture the happier moments of our lives, J J Ginty’s ‘poetic camera’ tends […]

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Of Love and War

Of Love and War

| September 27, 2017

Welcome to Jennifer’s world of poetry, where poems are inspired by observations about life and the world we live in. Like her first anthology “Poems from the Bottom of the Well”, Jennifer invites you to embark on a journey to explore topics that we can all relate to: love, death, joy, pain, ageing, the impact […]

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Return Not Desired

Return Not Desired

| September 16, 2017

Rare is the memoir that reaches past the boundaries of the author’s own mind and connects readers with the mind of the past. Church’s second offering does so with delicate flashes of poignancy, bolstered by vivid images of haunted places and forgotten people. In these pages the often distant and inaccessible dreamscape of the Holocaust […]

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Hazel Magic

Hazel Magic

| September 14, 2017

When Niamh Reilly decides to up sticks and abandon the hustle and bustle of Dublin, she hopes to embrace a period of calmness and tranquillity. Broken-hearted, childless, and faced with a crumbling marriage, Niamh questions who and what she is without a successful and handsome husband by her side. Little does Niamh appreciate the adventure […]

Diary of a Dead Dreamer

Diary of a Dead Dreamer

| September 14, 2017

A ghost. A killer. A man. All three want to be a part of Elizabeth’s life… but for very different reasons.

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Murphy’s Luck

Murphy’s Luck

| September 13, 2017

Sometimes rotten luck is better than no luck at all. Jinxed from birth with astonishing bad luck, Murphy Drummer hasn’t ventured beyond his backyard since he was a little boy. To remedy his loneliness he immersed himself in the mastering of hundreds of hobbies, and in the process developed some amazing abilities. Now grown up, […]

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