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Topic: E-StoriesThe new items published under this topic are as follows.
Love is not a foreign concept to the warrior. He fights for life, for honor, for worlds on the brink of war and imminent disaster...he fights for love. But when the war ends, the battle that remains is the one that lies within his heart.
Posted by SystemModerator on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 Read full article: 'Alpha Xero by Elonia Hanoshima (an eBook)'
The King 504 Reads
The King, is a fairytale nursery rhyme designed to be read by fathers to their daughters between the ages of 3-6 years old. It is designed to help fathers explain to their daughters why they make the decisions they do, and to help raise the level of understanding and love between them.
The story is about a young king whose world is turned upside down when his daughter is taken from her room one night by an evil wizard. The little princess sings with such beauty that three fairies give her special powers that make her glow with radiant light. Many throughout the kingdom believe her powers are to protect them, but one in the kingdom wants her powers for his own. A dark wizard transforms himself into a giant eagle, flies into her room late one night, and takes her to his dark tower in a far distant land. The king is quickly alarmed, and with three animal companions, his horse, hound, and falcon, they race across the land to bring her home.
It is a story designed to explain the fears all fathers have for their children. To explain those fears to them in a fantastic fairytale way, and not to scare them. An easy way to express his love, show them his strength, and no matter what cost he would pay to keep them safe.
Short Story - You Can't Take it With You... 1673 Reads
I wrote this story when I was in my wee twenties, back in the early stages of my writing career, so You Can't Take it With You holds a special place in my heart as the first short story I ever wrote.
It's written in dialect, so some might find it difficult to read. You Can't Take it With You might also be considered a "morality tale". I don't make the claim that it is the best story ever written, but only the first. I hope you enjoy it.
Posted by EHughesBooks on Sunday, January 27, 2013 Read full article: 'Short Story - You Can't Take it With You... '
Servant to the Emerald 683 Reads
Check out my newest fiction novel entitled Servant to the Emerald, a new take on the end of the world. The novel includes a little something for everyone - tons of action, adventure, mystery and suspense. It has been described as "tough to put down and wonderfully gory". Grab your copy now and remember, like Servant to the Emerald on Facebook for up to date news about updates to the novel as well as news on the upcoming sequel. You can also follow my blog for news about all of my Works in Progress.
Dark Demands - A new erotic romance 799 Reads
Dark Demands - Taken for his Captive
Part 1 of this erotic romance.
When Gina Deverell meets Matthew Dark she is captivated. How can she not be - he is handsome, wealthy and utterly enthralling. In fact the most attractive man she’s ever met. But she soon discovers that this beautiful alpha male has a cold, controlling side and that he is dangerously flawed. Dark operates within his own set of rules. Strict rules that ensure he has a steel grip on everything in his life and that grip always extends to the women he becomes involved with. Dark Demands is a romance with a sharp erotic edge that takes these two on an intriguing journey into the unknown for both of them.
Posted by nell on Thursday, November 01, 2012 Read full article: 'Dark Demands - A new erotic romance'
Canada Died? 564 Reads
I had used those Canadian slugs that look and feel like nickels for years. I never paid much attention to them and neither did any clerk who accepted them as American currency. Then, one day, out of boredom, I read the inscription on one of these "nickels". The Canadian coin declared, "Canada, 1867-2008". I was shocked and deeply saddened. It took me a long time to recover from realizing that the "nickel" was an "in memoriam" announcement. Afterward, I wrote this tribute to the late, great nation of Canada.
Posted by wiliams.282 on Thursday, August 30, 2012 Read full article: 'How to Get Approved for An Auto Loan During this Financial Crisis?'
!Attention! 819 Reads
!Attention! A comedy is available in ebook and mobile formats. Nicely priced Asian edition.
Bella Fire Dog by Susan Swain 687 Reads
Posted by BSusan on Sunday, April 08, 2012 Read full article: 'Bella Fire Dog by Susan Swain'
Fidget Fantail by Susan Swain 617 Reads
Set in a New Zealand garden, Fidget Fantail is a rhyming story about what happens when a cat follows a bird home.
Posted by BSusan on Saturday, April 07, 2012 Read full article: 'Fidget Fantail by Susan Swain'
Ta-Too-She 12/12/12 633 Reads
Until April 10, 2012 This book is 50% off at www.smashwords.com, using code NW83G at checkout
This is the sequel to "11/11/11". Ta-Too-She, singer, band-leader, and spiritual commander of the Prime and allied forces, returns to the thirty-seventh plain of existence (an exact Earth copy) to prevent the VuSuR from annihilating the Vastly Inferior Race (human beings). Ta-Too-She and her army must fight the VuSuR mind control before it sets all earthlings against each other. It is not necessary to have read "11/11/11" to understand this concise ebook (about 20-30 pages depending on the chosen font size). The numbers "11/11/11" and "12/12/12" do not refer to dates on the human calendar, but to settings on a machine.
Posted by PisoMojado on Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Loon Cove 1715 Reads
Today begins National Read an E-Book week! Loon Cove will be discounted by 75% FOR ONE WEEK ONLY beginning March 4th. Where else can you find great entertainment for just a buck? Enter code REW75 at checkout. Offer good through March 10, 2012.
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A unique and entertaining trio of stories for junior high school readers and for animal-lovers of all ages. It's the dogs who are right! And at the end of the book or short story (one novella and two short stories in this collection) the reader and the human characters understand the world from the canine perspective. Fun reading for everyone.
Posted by PisoMojado on Sunday, January 22, 2012
You'll love this book, a heart-warming but unusual story, with a wonderful female heroine. There's adventure, romance, philosophy, humor, and discovery. Except for the Welsh place names and a few Welsh words, this book is written entirely in English, and is suitable for all ages. It's a small ebook, capable of being read in less than a day, with a valuable lesson about being too caught up in the less important issues of our lives. I do not want to give away any of the surprises of the book, but there are a great many conundrums posed by this story, not the least of which is how in the world do the inhabitants of the village named in the title manage such feats of memory?
You can download this story for Apple devices here
You can also download this story for virtually any type of e-device here
You can download this story for Kindle devices here
New! Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndropwllllandysiliogogogoch. The first book in a generation that Welsh reviewers call truly "llrtrglllprllsrrl".
Posted by PisoMojado on Wednesday, December 28, 2011
This is a fun and informative article / short story that begins with a fictionalized account of a real person, a young and idealistic Russian woman who left her native country because she could not wait to teach the world, specifically the uninformed British, about the great Russian playwright and poet, Shekspeare. Olga's enthusiastic proselytizing was not received as well as she had expected. Who could have guessed? Available for Kindle, Nook, Ipad and other e-devices. $.99
Download "Why the Russian language may be a clever hoax" for Kindle devices here
Download "Why the Russian language may be a clever hoax" for Apple devices here
Posted by PisoMojado on Friday, December 02, 2011
Aliens, Cannibals, and Witches 718 Reads
"Aliens, Cannibals, and Witches" is an e-book available for Kindle, Nook, and Ipad or other Apple e-devices. The "Look Inside" feature on the Amazon site is currently malfunctioning (dozens of extra blank lines have been placed in the sample) but the e-book itself has no formatting problems. I am not aware of any problems with sample downloads, only with the "Look Inside" feature.
Posted by PisoMojado on Saturday, November 26, 2011 Read full article: 'Aliens, Cannibals, and Witches'
If you like to laugh, volume two 714 Reads
Posted by PisoMojado on Wednesday, November 09, 2011 Read full article: 'If you like to laugh, volume two'
The Invincible Trio- Phase 1
Posted by Shelley on Saturday, November 05, 2011 Read full article: 'The Invincible Trio: Engaging fantasy e-book with strong female leads'
“The wind-goddess sent me a dream of your death. I came to save you.”
The first time Stefan hears these words, he laughs. After Emily’s warning saves his life, Stefan invites her to travel with him. He draws ever closer to the prairie woman whose lonely life as an outcast leaves her unfit for society while her gifts have forced her to interact with those she must save.
Stefan and Emily are pulled into a passionate and endearing love, but Emily is kidnapped and Stefan must use all of his wits to save her.
Posted by JeanetteRaleigh on Saturday, November 05, 2011 Read full article: 'The Healer's Dance (Ebook on Amazon $2.99)'
Compelling Tale of Love and Loss 590 Reads
John Wheatley`s novel THE WEEPING SANDS reviewed by Deborah Grace.
THE WEEPING SANDS is available from Amazon.
Posted by JohnWheatley on Saturday, October 29, 2011 Read full article: 'Compelling Tale of Love and Loss'
11/11/11 571 Reads
click here for the e-story of 11/11/11
This is a short story you will never forget. It is an allegory that gains more meaning with each re-reading, and is still the most popular piece I have written to date. It is available at Amazon (the above link), Barnes and Noble, Apple, Diesel, and other sites for download at $.99. This e-story begins as a satire of last summer's events in our nation's capital, but concludes with several surprises, and the final line of the story, a Twilight Zone-like conclusion, changes the entire story and postulates an ominous alternate meaning for human existence. This e-story is not for the faint-of-heart, but may be a lot of fun for those who do not believe "time is like a table", who are sure we can control our own destiny.
Click here to download 11/11/11
Posted by PisoMojado on Friday, October 28, 2011
Under the apple tree - picnic with God 841 Reads
In 2005 I was working on a screenplay -I never got to write it -as everytime I sat at my lap top the following 'took over' - I resisted for a long time but finally Now 4 years later I am presenting it to the world...
who wrote it ? Leave it up you...
Posted by cniriain on Wednesday, April 08, 2009 Read full article: 'Under the apple tree - picnic with God'
Facing homelessness is a scary thing for any individual who has always had a home. As you drive down the road and see a dirty, disheveled individual pushing a cart of "junk," or holding a "home-made" sign asking for food or "change," imagine yourself instantly thrust into homelessness. At some point in time, these homeless people had a home. That reality used to make me wonder why and how these homeless people end up homeless in the first place.
Posted by AgnesBLevine on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 Read full article: 'HOMELESS AND BIPOLAR: Housing the Mentally ILL© by Agnes B. Levine'
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