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Wolf Moon
The group called Wolf have been enlisted into the Erian Army against their will, and they soon learn that an invasion is planned into their homeland of Grosmer. As the heroes make their escape, they accidentally stumble upon an old Dwarven city, and become friends with them. Facing enemies on all sides, the five must find where their loyalties lie, and save their homeland from certain destruction.
THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Commercial aircraft
PREPARING THE HEART
Prepare the heart to accept God
PLAYING KITE
Children play kites in the field
NANGGROE ACEH DARUSSALAM
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THE MASS
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THE LITTLE BOY & RINGO IN IMAGINATION
Little Boy & Ringo in fantasy
Forever Turn The Midnight Carousel
The Last Turn of the Midnight Carousel is the fourth book by author and poet former performer of the Poetry Project, Matthew Abuelo. This collection of poetry and short fiction starts off by focusing on disappearing New York which gave birth to the idea of the city of misfits when it was still dirty and not so family friendly. The people and places which made New York City what it was, was a common theme in his past works especially in his works known as The News Factory but unlike the author’s past work, several poems and short pieces of fiction in The Turn of the Midnight Carousel focuses on loved ones who succumbed to illnesses, both mental disorders and cancer. In one story Matthew Abuelo created a fictional account of a friend’s stay at a non-descript mental ward which had more of the feel of a suffocating haunted house than a hospital environment. The patients who reside in the ward move along like the spirits of what the author referred to as the forgotten and don’t seem to have a connection to any particular time or place but seem rather more like fish in a bowl with no destination. In several of his poems, Mr. Abuelo laments for the treatment of some of his former neighbors who still reside at one of the last SROs in New York City. His aim in these pieces is to capture their humanity in its purist form. He makes no apologies for depicting these veterans on the Upper Side as saints of sorts who represent, not God but their own brilliance or self-destruction. He also pays ode to one of these characters, a former dog walker who passed away but still seems to maintain presence in the neighborhood. Other pieces in this collection make mention of lost places including CBGBs and restaurants which he forgot the actual location of but still has the memory of spending time there many a night. At the heart of the demise of both the places and people he writes about are the greedy New York City landlords who, with the aim to keep their financial coffers full, raise their rents to the point of putting out iconic landmarks. When it comes to the tenants, these building owners doesn’t seem to have a of bringing in thugs for hire who make life unbearable with threats of assault or other forms for harm. Other methods of clearing out these buildings, Mr. Abuelo writes about some of the endless trials in eviction cases where the judges become little more than filing clerks for the landlords.
You Can't Ruin My Day
You Can’t Ruin My Day features fifty-two inspiring wake-up calls and follow-up ideas to show readers how to take back their power and not let anyone or anything ruin their day.
Nature Modern Art
The painting shown in this ad are of supreme quality and produce with professional materials only, in this case, acrylic paints on museum wrap canvas, this painting is STARY NIGHT 36x36x2 inches and top finish with various cotes of acrylic resin
Brilliant new book/ebook - The Loneliest Robot
"A new and brilliant modern-day fable for Children and Teens - full of wonderful life lessons – especially for those consumed by technology and social media." An incredible robot develops real emotions. A lonely boy becomes robotic. Both lost in life, they learn what it really means to feel Human. At last, a moving tale of self-discovery for the fast-moving modern age that reminds us all to feel HUMAN! A lonely boy discovers an incredible Robot in his garden shed. A silent and highly gifted girl chooses to be alone in her attic bedroom. The richest man in the world mysteriously disappears...It all waits to be discovered in THE LONELIEST ROBOT, the inspirational new novel for the modern age featuring beautiful illustrations from acclaimed robot artist, Matt Dixon. An imaginative and moving new book for middle grade and teens (9-15) and anyone with a human heart. A thought-provoking dark comedy - this uplifting tale is told with warmth and humour, making it highly digestible for young and curious minds. Join the thousands of new readers and feel like a happy human again! Discover The Loneliest Robot. Discover Yourself!
Goddess of the Rainbow by Patrick Brigham
My latest novel, Goddess of The Rainbow, is a very Greek story involving the rain, and how flooding changes us, moves the finger of fate, and causes us to reflect on our lives. A series of short stories, they all happen in the Greek town of Orestiada. Stories which simultaneously interlink and become a part of the whole, center around Iris – the local DHL courier – who in Greek mythology is not only Goddess of The Rainbow, but also the Messenger of The Gods, thereby connecting the individual tales of this sixteen chapter book.
LET'S SAVE
WELL SAVING
Sindy in Real Life
I'm proud that Real Life Press is the publisher of Sindy in Real Life It is a true story written honestly but anonymously by a woman of 50 who recounts her life, including her sex life, from being a waste of space at 16 to becoming a campaigner for Respect. It will cause tears of laughter and sorrow as she recalls the ways in which she had to earn money to give her three kids a solid start in life. She worked as a no-win no-fee paralegal and later simultaneously as a full-sex escort.
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