Categories: General Fiction; Characters: None; Chapters: 1 Table of Contents Series: None
Word count: 2166; Read Count: 429; Completed: Yes
A young woman is caught in the web of war being woven between heaven and hell. Impregnated with those who would be the only chance for mankind, she is being tracked by those who would help Satan and must keep herself safe until the child is born. Yet in a cruel twist of fate, she comes to a crossroads that could either destroy everything she knows or make her relive the pain of a mother two thousand years before her. (tentative summary)
Reading "Love of a Mother" is suggested before this.
Dad left Mom. Mom was fine. Mom met Paul. Mom married Paul. I was fine. I met Kimberley.
...Stepsisters aren't all that bad, you know.
While on a German trip with her students, Elizabeth Conlon is delighted to discover an important historical source.
She emails her boss straight away with the details, and a typed up copy of the diary of an unknown Nazi.
This diary tells the story of the rise of Hitler, and even the beginnings of the Second World War. While she searches for the rest, come, and read the beginning.
The story of how it all started.
The reasons why they voted for Hitler.
*First in The Second Story series, which follows Elizabeth as she discovers more about the author of the diary, as well as many other, previously untold stories, from all sorts of era's.*
Joseph Blackwood is thrown into poverty after the death of his father, a well known and respected artist from London.
Set during the reign of Queen Victoria, Joseph is determined to find he will he knows his father wrote, but, unknowingly, Joseph soon stumles into a tangled web of mystery, intrigue and murder...
Summers family traditions:
#1: If they play an instrument, play a trumpet.
#2: To play one, play in PSFVA, one of the city's bands.
#3: Be good.
Maya Summers really didn't want to break traditions number 1 and 2, but in order to achieve the 3rd one, she just had to.
A young woman finally frees herself from the bonds that held her for years. A narrative of that change.... and of the resulting triumph.
“So, this is life. This is what it is to live,” she had smiled.
What is life? Is it merely a state in time to which we interact with others, in which we're influenced by others -- or is it meaningless? is every step or action we take nothing in the great scheme of things?
Time patters on, and waits for no one. As humans, we must push to defy the logical boundaries of death.
If we wish to live life.
In defiance of Emperor Marcus Aurelius Claudius II's explicit order, young bishop Valentinius continues to perform marriage ceremonies for young Christians in Rome. Will these young couples live to enjoy their troth, and will Valentinius find a love of his own before his life is ended?
This is a story that almost every teenage girl can relate to. This is the story of a girl who strives to be popular, but hates the popular people.
At first, it was harmless. At first, it could be passed of as a playground fight. At first, she was hurting peoples feelings.
At first, it didn't matter. But one night, in the quiet streets of her home town in England, Becky takes things too far...
Her smile was unchanging, but her eyes became oddly unfocused.
Sunshine, smiles, and poolside laughter can be unsettlingly deceiving.
Liliana is only ten years old, and she's preparing to go into a "posh grammar school". This is her story of her parents divorce, and the marriage, or rather, lie, that preceeded it.
It accounts the innocent view of a child watching the break-up of a false relationship through un-blemished eyes, on a rough council estate, where families are deemed "hopeless" and "not worth the trouble".
With an alcoholic mother and unfaithful father, Liliana desperately seeks for real love in a cruel world which makes no sense.
Life is a long and winding road; a journey into the future. The future is straight ahead, beyond the horizon. But in order to get to this horizon, one must stop at an intersection, wait for the traffic to pass, take in the scenery, and then decide whether to turn left, right, or just continue along the same road.
And we're on the road to nowhere...