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.
The Angel looked down upon the world his master had created, and wept for the fate of mankind, and for that of Lucifer Morningstar.
Encounters between an angel and the Devil, on the seventh and eighth days of creation.
Falka is a land in danger. The princess has been absent for fourteen years, an imposter in her place. The elves are under attack from the humans to the south.
Asmera returns to her home of Dutera after fourteen long years in the modern world to find her country in turmoil. Her coming of age ceremony may prove to be the only chance Falka has left at fighting off its enemies. Can Asmera save her people from slaughter?
Luke and his sister find a confusing girl on their return home one night. It is obvious that she needs help, yet the help she needs may be something even greater or more difficult than Luke can give.
"We found her in the shadow of a dumpster, thown away like last week's trash, withering and beginning to smell. At first I thought she was just a pile of rags thrown together, an undersized scarecrow."
A teenage girl wonders about the aspects of love and asks you, the reader, to help her figure out whether she is in love or not with a man she met through her ex.
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.
Sometimes, when I close my eyes, I am in another place, another time; a place where the constant hardships of life cannot interrupt the calm serenity of my fantasy.
A woman, suffering the many hardships of life, has become cynical of humanity and all it entails. Caught in the endless terrors the world seems to conjure, she is beginning to lose faith in man. Then she meets Keiran.
"Your tears bring hope that one day, enough tears will have been shed to end this seeming eternal war"
Keiran, the wind sage of Utopia, is a figment of her imagination. Yet as their relationship strengthens and grows, she begins to wonder where the line is that seperates reality and fantasy and if it can be blurred until they are one and the same.
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.*
A village destroyed by an unstoppable force. A survivor finds shelter in unlikely company. Old foes are confronted and the differences between man and beast are put to the ultimate test.
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.