Set in the near future, a new administration occupies the White House with large plans for the future. A favorite among the American people, the President is quick to make political enemies. He will not let anything deter him from is goals of rebuilding the dream that is America, and laying the ground work for the future
GENRE: Contemporary, Crime, Fiction, Suspense24,850 words; Complete Novella - Ninth draft, but still not yet finely polished . . . More work to come but still readable, with all elements in place.Both lines of the first-person narrator’s Appalachian Mountain families’ are moonshiners going back generations, and as he tells it, “My uncles all were outlaws, every last one of them, and daddy was, too. They weren’t lazy. They knew what hard work was, and were eager to avoid it . . .” The narrator’s daddy and his mother’s daddy were the biggest obstacles to circumvent in any situation that developed, and surrounding those two, one could always count on situations developing. They made life difficult for people inside and out of the family, but they served the big fish that swim near the surface, the power elite of Mesach County. Even after the end of Prohibition, their special services remained valuable. As was clear that he would from the beginning, daddy finally took things too far. Something had to give, and the end began at Oblivion Bridge . . .
Wha's it like to be a criminal? Always hiding, always operating in secret, always running from the law. The boy in the story has never known any different, but whe he finds out about a different side of the criminal lifestyle, he begins to question his 'profession.' When the police eventually catch up with him, he has the face the hard facts of his childhood finally.
The book is all about human relationships. The dilemma faced by us is not different, it's same everywhere, in every city, in every country. Love doesn't lie in only finding and spending the whole life with a beloved, sometimes it manifests even in separation.
The Lost City The JourneyOnce a day in the summer of 1920 in London, I was going on a short trip to the lake that lies not so far from my country house that remains in "greenwood village", so after an hour of driving I finally reached my wooden camp house near the lake, I lined my car beside it and started to take of my heavy bags and hold them towards the door, then I put them down to be able to open it, thereafter I started to unpack them and put them in their main places..After two hours of organizing the house and doing what I need to do, I walked into the kitchen to make hot-chocolate and some dinner, well what can I say when I finally found peace and calm away from all the noises of the village. Anyway, after a very tiring day I must go to sleep because I have a lot of things to do tomorrow morning, like cutting some trunks and doing some home-works...At seven o'clock in the morning I woke up on a very strange sound that came out from the lake, it was like a very loud trumpet ! so in a harry I wore my coat and ran towords it to find out what it was about.., when I arrived I saw strange small bright colored lights that were floating above it making weird movements and shapes, then in a blink of an eye they disappeared..
GENRE: Fiction, Historical, Western, Paranormal, Romance,12,200 words; the first chapter of a 100,000 - 120,000 word novel, well over one-third of which is written, but not yet polished.It is 1879. Inside the AT&SF Railway station in Emporia, Kansas, Snyder Starr ended what might have been a far worse incident with a lightening quick six-gun. Clearly, he was a capable man, short in stature but big on integrity, courage, and fair play. A Civil War veteran, he fought for the losing side, and stood at Appomattox as the surrender was signed, then carried the news to his outfit, McNeill Rangers, awaiting word. The war was over, but the loss did not sit easy; Snyder was a restless man. He wandered westward plying his railroad occupation, but found he could not live long in any one place before he had to draw his gun. To their detriment, people tended to underestimate him. Wherever he roamed, he also won admirers by applying bow to violin. Although accomplished, cultured, and knowledgeable, Snyder wasn’t prepared for the opportunities that killing the behemoth bully in Emporia presented. In one act, doors to the paranormal opened to aid him in events, which he inadvertently set in motion; a struggle between two worlds, and an evilly aligned faction led by the dead giant’s even more menacing twin, who stood in the way of a bright future and a beloved woman with special talents of her own.
Bawalla’s main character is Mick, a plumber who lives in a small coastal Australian town where his wife is a school teacher. Both are eagerly anticipating the birth of their first child. Mick tells of his fears and hopes for the future as the story unfolds. At times, the story flashes back to parts of his childhood, both humorous and tragic, to let the reader know how he came to be the man he is. The main story revolves around the following sequence of events: Mick’s wife Janelle, becomes frustrated before one of her classes after an incident with recently-returned-to-town know-it-all, Ken Perry. She takes it out on one of her students, Jay who happens to be the son of Mike’s best mate and employee, Dave. Ego bruised, Jay and his mates play a seemingly harmless trick on their teacher a few nights later by drunkenly prank calling her to announce that her husband has been involved in an accident. Janelle, who earlier in the night had a phone conversation regarding drink-driving with her husband whilst celebrating his brother’s birthday, rushes to make it to the hospital and in doing so, has an accident which causes her to miscarriage. The story then focuses on Mike and his ability to control his urge for some sort of revenge versus forgiving his best-mates son, amid strained relationships between all parties.
Chronicles of Revenge Chronicles of Revenge is a fictional autobiography based around the character of Captain Matt North. North is a natural killer and leader; the best the UK has seen in or out of the military. He has the senses of a wild animal and extraordinary skills with just about any weapon. His other unusual skills include accelerated healing abilities due to a regenerating injection for Zartanium poisoning after an attempt on his life at a young age, and a one hundred percent photographic memory, plus the ability to move without any sound, which for a man of his height and build is amazing, and years of military training. North’s two sons were kidnapped and murdered at the orders of three international government officials when he refused to take on an assassination assignment from them. After five years and a worldwide manhunt, North returns to exact his revenge upon these politicians. Matt tracks and kills the offspring of the politicians, before once again disappearing. Now they will feel his pain. Little did they realise what they had unleashed upon themselves, but they would know soon enough. This captivating novel takes the reader through the first half of Matt’s strange and violent life, from the first attempt on his young life when he was less than two days old, to the brutal bare knuckle fight with a top prize fighter while still only fifteen years old.
Cami's world was turned up side down when she discovers that her husband of eleven years was unfaithful. Not only does she find out that Tyler is cheating on her, she also finds out that he is gay. Left with no choice but to end the marriage, Cami reaches out to her childhood friend Javier to help with the divorce process. Shortly after, Tyler is shot and killed and Cami is charged with the murder. Unwilling to go down for a murder she didn't commit, Cami and Javier starts their own investigation in hopes of proving her innocence. Through the investigation, Cami finds that she did not know husband at all. The fact that broke her heart the most was the realization that she was the other woman.