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By Marcus T. Johnson

Have you ever wondered how Georgia got it name? Have you ever asked yourself, "how can I teach my child about Georgia's History and facts?" Well here is the story that will do just that. Your child will enjoy listening to or reading this amazing story about a little nameless state that was in search of a name.


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By Marcus T. Johnson

Have you ever wondered how Georgia got it name? Have you ever asked yourself, "how can I teach my child about Georgia's History and facts?" Well here is the story that will do just that. Your child will enjoy listening to or reading this amazing story about a little nameless state that was in search of a name.


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By Sheldon Cohen

A Jewish family, victimized by anti-Semitism in Poland and Germany, flees to Minsk, Byelorussia, and eventually to the Minsk forests when the Soviet Union is invaded by Nazi Germany during World War II. They become partisan fighters, and in an unusual collaboration with other Jews, a Polish Jewish World War I veteran, a Byelorussian Christian, and two Russian partisan leaders, they join forces to wreak havoc behind Nazi lines.

The author hopes that A Jewish Story will help the reader to better comprehend the European Jewish experience, including two world wars, learn about the geopolitical factors that resulted in the rise of Adolph Hitler and his quest to control Europe and destroy Europe’s Jews, and allow those who hear fanatical leaders making modern-day threats believe and take to heart the famous sayings, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” or “Only the dead have seen the end of war.”


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By J. And-re'son
Spera Angelus is someone who wouldn’t stand out to normal people, but she is far from normal. Spera is soon dragged into a war between the world she calls home and the world she didn’t know she was a part of. A normal day turns to genocide, and if she and her kinds don’t take a stand, humanity will face extinction.
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By Richard Donahue
Author House Review: The Sixth Coming is set within an original mythology to fascinating results. It combines vividly realized characters with spiritual themes and elements of Aztec lore. There is an incredible array of exciting sequences that could provide great material for adapting this work into another medium. Due to the nontraditional structure and storytelling style, live theater could be an interesting option. Film is another option; perhaps animation could make the most of the impressive locations, creatures, and spectacles. There are several elements that are very well suited for a film or theater piece. Because both these mediums usually feature the interactions between characters, the strong personalities of The Sixth Coming are essential to capture. Soyala is a great heroine—from her borderline petulance over the Builder’s gift to her reluctant and confused acceptance of her destiny. She isn’t perfect, which makes her all the more compelling as she overcomes overwhelming odds. Kajika, Burilgi, and the Minstrel are wonderful supporting characters. Each of these brothers has his own distinct personality, and their squabbling provides comic relief. Burilgi and the Minstrel in particular provide humor. Kajika could bring in sex appeal for female audiences while Soyala and Xochiquetzal could do so for males. Xochiquetzal/Tona-teootl is a fascinating villain. Her sinister sexuality when welcoming Soyala and Kajika could play very well in a film. The later scenes on the Barge are thrilling due to Tona-teootl’s increasingly evident madness. These scenes would provide terrific moments for an actor to really chew up the scenery.
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By Richard Donahue
Author House Review: The Sixth Coming is set within an original mythology to fascinating results. It combines vividly realized characters with spiritual themes and elements of Aztec lore. There is an incredible array of exciting sequences that could provide great material for adapting this work into another medium. Due to the nontraditional structure and storytelling style, live theater could be an interesting option. Film is another option; perhaps animation could make the most of the impressive locations, creatures, and spectacles. There are several elements that are very well suited for a film or theater piece. Because both these mediums usually feature the interactions between characters, the strong personalities of The Sixth Coming are essential to capture. Soyala is a great heroine—from her borderline petulance over the Builder’s gift to her reluctant and confused acceptance of her destiny. She isn’t perfect, which makes her all the more compelling as she overcomes overwhelming odds. Kajika, Burilgi, and the Minstrel are wonderful supporting characters. Each of these brothers has his own distinct personality, and their squabbling provides comic relief. Burilgi and the Minstrel in particular provide humor. Kajika could bring in sex appeal for female audiences while Soyala and Xochiquetzal could do so for males. Xochiquetzal/Tona-teootl is a fascinating villain. Her sinister sexuality when welcoming Soyala and Kajika could play very well in a film. The later scenes on the Barge are thrilling due to Tona-teootl’s increasingly evident madness. These scenes would provide terrific moments for an actor to really chew up the scenery.
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By Richard Donahue
Author House Review: The Sixth Coming is set within an original mythology to fascinating results. It combines vividly realized characters with spiritual themes and elements of Aztec lore. There is an incredible array of exciting sequences that could provide great material for adapting this work into another medium. Due to the nontraditional structure and storytelling style, live theater could be an interesting option. Film is another option; perhaps animation could make the most of the impressive locations, creatures, and spectacles. There are several elements that are very well suited for a film or theater piece. Because both these mediums usually feature the interactions between characters, the strong personalities of The Sixth Coming are essential to capture. Soyala is a great heroine—from her borderline petulance over the Builder’s gift to her reluctant and confused acceptance of her destiny. She isn’t perfect, which makes her all the more compelling as she overcomes overwhelming odds. Kajika, Burilgi, and the Minstrel are wonderful supporting characters. Each of these brothers has his own distinct personality, and their squabbling provides comic relief. Burilgi and the Minstrel in particular provide humor. Kajika could bring in sex appeal for female audiences while Soyala and Xochiquetzal could do so for males. Xochiquetzal/Tona-teootl is a fascinating villain. Her sinister sexuality when welcoming Soyala and Kajika could play very well in a film. The later scenes on the Barge are thrilling due to Tona-teootl’s increasingly evident madness. These scenes would provide terrific moments for an actor to really chew up the scenery. The Shield Maiden’s story begins with the reader being introduced to her loved ones. Each character is well developed and had distinctive characteristics. When bad things happen to them, we also feel her loss. We also learn more about how she came to be and how important loyalty is to her survival. The places that this story takes us to are either incredibly beautiful or eerily foreboding. The creatures in it are also very uniquely described and incredibly different from the mundane realm that we currently inhabit.
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By Sheldon Cohen

A Jewish family, victimized by anti-Semitism in Poland and Germany, flees to Minsk, Byelorussia, and eventually to the Minsk forests when the Soviet Union is invaded by Nazi Germany during World War II. They become partisan fighters, and in an unusual collaboration with other Jews, a Polish Jewish World War I veteran, a Byelorussian Christian, and two Russian partisan leaders, they join forces to wreak havoc behind Nazi lines.

The author hopes that A Jewish Story will help the reader to better comprehend the European Jewish experience, including two world wars, learn about the geopolitical factors that resulted in the rise of Adolph Hitler and his quest to control Europe and destroy Europe’s Jews, and allow those who hear fanatical leaders making modern-day threats believe and take to heart the famous sayings, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” or “Only the dead have seen the end of war.”


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By Christy Clark
Have you ever wondered what happens to our souls after our physical body dies? What is a ghost and do they really exist? Why is it that some souls don’t cross over into Heaven but rather remain stuck in this earthly realm? Are all ghosts bad and can they really harm us? What should you do if you are experiencing a haunting of your own? Spirits Among Us is a book that answers questions like these while retelling actual stories of haunted locations encountered by one paranormal investigator and her team throughout its early years. This book takes you through the experiences of Christy Clark and her journey towards discovery of her own personal gifts and how she overcame many obstacles along the way, including ghostly attachments and spiritual attacks. This book also describes how Christy’s experiences eventually lead her toward founding the state of Oklahoma’s first team of paranormal investigators. Historical information about actual haunted locations and true stories told by ghosts themselves are described through the eyes of the author as she witnessed different ghostly encounters first hand. Follow Christy and her team of investigators as they take you on ghostly adventures throughout the state of Oklahoma and surrounding areas, reliving each ghostly tale, one story at a time…
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By J. And-re'son
Spera Angelus is someone who wouldn’t stand out to normal people, but she is far from normal. Spera is soon dragged into a war between the world she calls home and the world she didn’t know she was a part of. A normal day turns to genocide, and if she and her kinds don’t take a stand, humanity will face extinction.
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By Victoria L. Richardson
Thoreau, a most unusual cat with a penchant for cake, dead poets, and a curiosity towards human nature, turns introspective as his ninth and final life comes to a close. Although he considers humans to be strange and often disagreeable in nature, he must concede that there is something endearing about them, even as he struggles to understand their exceedingly curious natures. The Cat Manifesto is the story of Thoreau and the humans he called family and friends. In it, he reminisces about his exciting adventures and the unforgettable people (some famous) with whom he has crossed paths with. Inspired by the legacies left by some of his human companions, he aspires to do the same. This book is his own legacy, a parting gift to mankind before his next and greatest adventure. This is his story. But mostly, this book is what he learned about himself, a proud and independent creature who is like humans in more ways than he could have ever guessed, even in his wildest imaginings.
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By Cynthia DeLuca
Little Ashley Pickle is a very mischievous little girl! She loves to tickle everything she sees. In this adventure, Little Ashley Pickle; her mother; her father; her brother Ben; her grandma; her grandpa; her goldfish, Nick and Gertie; her dog, Sam; and her cat, Ethel, are going to visit Aunt Donna and Uncle Albert’s farm. The fun starts as Little Ashley Pickle tickles her goldfish, and somehow, one lands on Grandma’s nose! When they arrive at the farm, the giggling continues as meatballs fly around the room. The animals on the farm are not ready for Little Ashley Pickle! She tickles everyone, and the giggling sounds like a chorus singing! Little Ashley Pickle tickled everything and every animal, except Big Red! Find out who Big Red is and what happened when Little Ashley Pickle tried to tickle him!
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By Emmanuel Jean-Pierre
Selidoria is a world where children never grow old and everyone has a peculiar set of powers. Filled with pretzel trees, chocolate rivers, and strawberry mountains, it’s the most splendid realm of all realms. Most importantly, the children never die—that is, until one of them breaks the only rule every Selidorian must follow. In a moment, all powers are gone, and the children begin to die. To make matters worse, those who have broken the rule begin transforming into Teradoxes—monstrous, hideous, and terribly violent wolves. Their only hope is a promised hero who will reverse the curse. But will this hero make it to their world in time? Or will every child be reduced to savage beasts forever?
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By Linda Le'may
This book is inspired by my crazy, loving, and misunderstood family, with all the love from my heart. I hope this book can make people understand the lonely heart can be a broken soul as well, so take care and take care of those that are tender hearted as well.
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By Linda Grazulis
The Right to Be Loved is a fiction novel with a wide range of emotions. It seesaws from devastating sorrow and grief to wellsprings of joy and loving tenderness. Essie Fisher marries the man of her youthful dreams, Thomas Thaddeus Baker. But insecurity heightens as he develops a facade concerning his love toward her, injuring Essie's tattered self-esteem even further. Wade McNally was abandoned by his runaway mother and abused by his hot-tempered father. Suffering inwardly by the cruel shooting of his beagle, Wade enlists in the army, fighting in the jungles of the Vietnam War during the early 1970s! Returning, he must deal with post-traumatic stress, all the loss he encountered, and many emotional scars. Jeremiah, an ex-prisoner and desperately in need of grammar skills, arrives as a steady anchor. Shining God's love to downtrodden souls, he helps spin the Potter's wheel with the aid of the Holy Spirit. His poorly pronounced words miraculously soar on the wings of faith. Will Essie and Wade discover the necessary fortitude, courage, and love to forgive and come to grips with their raging past once and for all? Only time will tell, or will it?
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