Monday, August 31, 2020

The Pimp Magic Spell Book

The Pimp Magic Spell Book

"the Pimp magic spell book" - the only book that can give a lame some game is the "Pimp magic spell book". it a collection of knowledge gathered from every pimp who has ever walked the earth. Four Players go on a magical journey to attain this knowledge in order to become pimp gods but what they don't realize is that, you don't choose the book the book chooses you.

America's Problem Child

Prepare yourself where about to go on a journey, when reading this book you will have a first-hand look at the experiences of a minority adolescent growing up and managing life and in one of America’s most dangerous inner cities. Each poem is it’s own chapter and a collection of feelings of first-hand events and experiences that will occur throughout the story. Topics and story element include police brutality, views on racism, growing up in poverty, love & relationships, gun violence, broken bonds and more!

Sunday, August 30, 2020

Blaphaus Maximus And The New Galaxy Day

Blaphaus Maximus And The New Galaxy Day

The galaxy Blaphaus Maximus lived in had 23 planets, but only 16 of them were part of the Cabinet, overseen by the planet's Governors. Blaphaus was a grumpy Tooberosum who thought driving a vehicle for Ultra would be something to do, to make a little dosh. Little did he know that one of his passengers would change his life forever, putting him into the spotlight he didn't want to be in. Being a Tooberosum, a rare species in the galaxy of 23 planets, he would become the talk of everyone he meets, from two little children to the Governor of the planet he lived on, to a species that wants him dead... He soon finds out that there's not too many beings he could trust, and he is just a political pawn to bring the remaining planets to be part of the Cabinet. Before Blap knew it, he was the most sought after being in the galaxy, leading up to the greatest day in the galaxy... New Galaxy Day! The galaxy is happy... but at what expense and is Blaphaus happy?

Saturday, August 29, 2020

Josiah and the Theocrats

The story of government and religious corruption is as old as the world
History shows that, in most cases, access to power creates insatiable greed for more.
Both religious and secular leaders for centuries have been using various techniques to
manipulate people into getting the desired results. This book about the kingdom of Judah, a southern offshoot of its parent kingdom Israel, tells the story of Shaphan, hired by King Josiah to serve as royal secretary to "faithfully" document the king's accomplishments.

In the Jewish year 3139, the king, backed up by the nobility, believes that the line of
David is the only worthy one to rule the nation. King Josiah wants to make the kingdom of Judah great again despite all costs.

The clergy, on the other hand, in the face of the High Priest, thinks that political leadership by the secular administration is not a good idea. In the High Priest's mind, God chose prophets and priests to rule and anything else is blasphemy, though politically useful.

Wrapped in the middle of two powers, Shaphan continues his work and trying to keep
his hopes high. Meanwhile, he loses his enthusiasm as he sees people fall into the bloody race for political superiority as the nation's neighbors increasingly endanger its survival.

Will Shaphan be able to survive the grind of political games?

Take a peek into the past for a better understanding of the present.

This story hearkens to another country, currently in the throes of selfish leadership and knowledge manipulation. It's not the only one on the globe suffering from short-sighted and bigoted hubris, but it desperately wants the rest of the world to see it as a paragon of righteousness when it simply isn't interested in doing what is necessary to make it "great again."

Friday, August 28, 2020

Malik and the Magnificent Glowing Light

Malik and the Magnificent Glowing Light

Malik loves to spend time with his father. As a construction worker, his dad is often busy. But one afternoon, Malik and his father find time to build a great science project.

Malik and the Magnificent Glowing Light

Pleasures of Promise Lake

Meet the sexy cast of Promise Lake in this exciting new series full of love, drama and adventure. For Jake and Sam, being at the top of their game was easy, until they had to do it together, and the secrets of her past threaten to derail their future.


Thursday, August 27, 2020

Prayer Plans: Teacher's Weekly Prayer Plan

Prayer Plans:

Teacher's Weekly Prayer Plan

Teachers, lets pray! We have been given one of the greatest gifts as believers who are teachers. We possess the ability to war for our students and schools in prayer. Now is the time to be more purposed and precise in prayer than ever before.This weekly journal is a guide to get you started as you pray for your students and schools.

We, R: Vol.1

We, R: Vol.1

Nick Wolfe is a top secret agent for an uncommonly aggressive government institution. His agency works with alien abductees in an effort to preserve public safety and homeland security. A recent abductee and returned woman named, Madison Monroe falls under his charge of responsibility. Nick finds himself uncharacteristically drawn to her, to know her, to
protect her. Now, he must make a choice: adhere to his brutal tactics, training, and commitment to humanity, or devolve into a man who seeks justice for an individual?

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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Spifford Max and the Cycle Pups Go to Washington, D.C.

Vroom! Vroom! Spifford Max leads the way as the Cycle Pups head to Washington, D.C. to visit the White House and other historic places. When the Cycle Pups ride their max cycle bikes they can climb upstairs, move down rivers, and even transcend history and time. Filled with love and positive energy, Cycle Peter, Cycle Lucy, Cycle Stevie, and Cycle Mary join Spifford Max in a fantastic adventure exploring America's capital.

How to Be Civil in an Uncivil World

Meant to uplift and empower, author Cynthia Basinet offers a collection of quotes and inspiration to help you see the light in every day.

In How to Be Civil in an UnCivil World, she shares a host of thought-provoking ideas, advice, tidbits, and more. She's gathered these affirmations throughout the years to ensure you see the world rich in mind, rich in heart, rich in resourcefulness, and rich in grace.

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

I AM: 10 Things God Says About Me

I AM: 10 Things God Says About Me is a book that explores the importance of knowing what God has to say about you. This book is perfect for people who would like to get into the Bible but don't know where to start. Who Am I? That is the billion-dollar question. What better way to know who you are than to go to the source? In this book, you will embark on a journey that will help you discover your identity in Christ. Knowing your identity will allow you to walk freely and fully into your purpose in life, and no one will ever be able to take that away from you.

Chained: A Fated Mate Romance


Fate is a grade-A royal jerk. I’m too young for this... Mates are supposed to be a rarity dang it. No this isn’t happening. I won’t let it happen. I’m supposed to be free, the only one not born to serve. One seductive brooding man isn’t about to change that... right? Right. Now I just need to get him to stop undressing me with his eyes.


He called her a gift, trying to claim credit for what Fate has provided me. She’s hardheaded, brazen, and has a constant need to disobey me, but the burning desire I have for her veils it all. She thinks she has a choice; thinks the fever can be denied. Stubborn little minx, soon enough, she’ll be begging to be mine.

Monday, August 24, 2020

Building Communities of Hope

Building Communities of Hope: 
How People are Making Positive Change 
by Rev. Dr. Anne Hays Egan

Building Communities of Hope helps us see how we can move forward, empowered and purpose-filled because we are fueled by hope. When communities faces serious challenges, life can be hard. Yet, we prevail !

Every day, people share visions in ways that excite, inspire, and mobilize us. They give us power for the journey so that, together, we create positive community change.

This book is full of stories about Heroes of Hope, along with research-based chapters on overcoming challenges and despair. There are tools and resources for building on your assets, mobilizing people for positive change, and building communities of hope. 

The book is about all of us, you and me. You will probably see something of yourself in these stories.

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Sunday, August 23, 2020

Born Paranormal - A Liar's Story

Can you be born into the paranormal?
Or, is it pre-determined?
Can you determine it?
Can your mother or father?
Or Does it choose you?

This is just a sample of the questions David has wrestled with his entire life.

His mother was a devout member of the church. His father had a job that took advantage of his range of unique spiritual abilities. What started off as a near-death experience, set him on a path that grew into a serious passion for the lifelong paranormal enthusiast.

In this hair-raising memoir, David chronicles his coming of age in the paranormal field as well as the unique challenges he faced growing up. Follow his journey as he wrestles with the forces of good and evil, which will either bring his family closer together – or tear them apart.

Whether you’re new to the field or a seasoned pro, there’s something for just about everyone in this thrilling memoir by second generation paranormal investigator, David Kiefer.

Sid the Kindest Kid: Sweets...Sweets...Sweets

Sid the Kindest Kid:


Inspired by her son, Anusjka R.E. penned “Sid the Kindest Kid- Sweets, Sweets, Sweets” to show young readers the value of kindness. Using simple stanzas, the book unfolds a charming story that is relatable to young children.“I would like each reader to see themselves and their own home and environment in the story,” says Anusjka R.E, who purposely keeps the setting of her book ambiguous.

Additionally, Sid, the star of the story, presents a likable and relatable character that Anusjka plans to feature in future books. 

An excerpt from “Sid the Kindest Kid: Sweets, Sweets, Sweets”:Sid went silent for a while, probably thinking about whether he should share his sweets, as he had been waiting all week for them. 
Should he? Would he?Then he said ...

Saturday, August 22, 2020


Following a painful divorce Dr. Dorothy Jarrod, archaic language specialist, has accepted a secondary position in a far away, minor community college in order to escape her embarrassment at the betrayal of her ex-husband in her North Carolina hometown.

She is surprised as an invitation to join an archeological dig in Scotland presents itself just as life seems to be beating her down. Her old graduate school professor needs her language skills to try and decode some stone tablets, at least that is what he says.

She gets on the plane to a new life and adventure. She makes a friend in Jim Buchanan from Edinburgh. He is a civil engineer, yet there is more below the surface of his role in this new experience.

Along the way, people and events from the past start to appear in her dreams. The closer she gets to the meaning of the tablets, the more visions of the past intrude on her present life, sapping her strength.

Soon all will be revealed as Dorothy steps into power and control as the state of good and evil hangs in the balance.

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Friday, August 21, 2020

The Colour of Love

Coralie is settled into to a quiet two weeks looking after he mother's Lake District guesthouse. The arrival of Kelly, a world weary professional photographer, brings not only clashes of personality, but soon turns her world on its head. From her job in personnel she is catapulted into the glamorous world of fashion. All in the company of the man that has his unknown past entwined with her's.

Thursday, August 20, 2020

A Child's Guide to Wisdom

Wisdom is one of the greatest qualities that any human being can possess. Through this most desirable attribute, we are able to live happy, healthy, and successful lives. Generally, we do not learn wisdom until we are well along in years. Unfortunately, for many of us, the delay in attaining wisdom can be costly and can often limit our opportunities to achieve our fullest potential. However, this need not be the case when it comes to your children and grandchildren. If you are willing to take an active role in the transferal of wisdom to them at an early age, they can have access to all the wonderful blessings that result from possessing this highly coveted attribute.
 A Child’s Guide to Wisdom was designed to serve as a guide for parents in the transferal of wisdom to their children. This book offers a collection of 50 key principles in the form of easy-to-remember, common-sense-based definitions, intended to build character in a child by instilling in him or her important qualities that will result in a life of wisdom and success.
Even before the child is able to read on his own, exposure to the principles in this book through oral repetition, can provide tremendous benefit in the early shaping and development of the child’s character. For the older student, the book offers the parent or guardian a compensation system that may be used to motivate the reader to learn the principles.

It's a book for parents with kids and grandparents with grand kids. it's to teach kids about being wise. using 50 principles that the kids should learn and apply to their lives. it's teaching your child to act the right way and follow rules that apply to everyday life for everyone.


It has been ten years since Tracy Tindale was handed a prison sentence. Now that he is out, he is planning on returning to restoring his life and the good old days. He is happy to see his brother and exhilarated to meet his kids, who he has not had a chance to know in all this time. He returns home to find deceit, but he hardly has time to process it in lieu of his brother’s wedding. Niles’ engagement is the best thing in his life, and Tracy would not want to miss it for the world. When a strange occurrence in the sky at the wedding sends murmurs through the crowd, the celebrating stops. An unknown planet dubbed Crios is heading their direction, and they are running out of time. With the red planet getting closer, bathing the Earth in an eerie crimson light, the brothers wonder who is worth living for.

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Last Viking of Norway

Destiny. It is what binds is, connects us, it is what burdens us. As soon as we draw our first breath, entering this crazy and twisted world, we are burdened by one thing, finding a purpose. Old Vikings believed that their life is completely in the hands of destiny, from the moment of birth to the last breath they take, everything is planed. With that premonition they lost all fear, as what would they be afraid of when they have no say so in the next step. Our story starts with an unnamed boy, who came to Oslo, studying. But he wasn’t born there. He was raised in a remote village to the north, a place untouched by modern times, were old Viking tradition and stories still matter. But he is lost. Suddenly all he does feels unworthy, like all he does makes no difference. That boy is in pain, as he suffered a loss. His grandfather has passed away, his last living relative. A man he held so dear, a man who he considered a father. He wasn’t there to say his farewell, so now he needs to pick himself up, and face the fact that his father is gone and needs a burial. But the boy feels indebted. The old man was a warrior. Does he really deserve to be thrown in to the ground? Or perhaps he deserves the ultimate honor, of entering Valhalla? But no one is burned anymore. Like the old man said no more pyres for the fallen, as there is no more wars to fight in. But the young man knows that you can either deny the path destiny offers or embrace it. So he will do what he must, he will return to the village, face the elders and honor his fallen father, no matter the cost. “Last Viking of Norway” puts the perspective in the hands of a young adult, Ragnar, who asks the hard questions that even the adults are afraid of. It’s is a story about destiny and how loud can one mans actions be. That after all, even the oldest of us, can’t see the errors of our ways, one man can be enough to redeem all. But then again if we take the path destiny offers, should we be afraid of the outcome of that path?