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Bessie : The Monster in Lake Erie Deborah Tadema

  • Port Stanley was at the mouth of Kettle Creek, nestled in between two large hills. It was an era of big flowered dresses, high boots, and the miniskirt. Men wore single-breasted suits with collarless jackets, hats were becoming scarce. Bell bottoms had arrived, and someone had invented polyester. The Beverly Hillbillies played on television, along with Star Trek and the Twilight Zone. Color was new on the tv screen. Antennas stretched high into the sky like sentinels from every rooftop which replaced the set of rabbit ears that sat on top of the TV in the fifties. A perfect place to hide a sea monster! Or is it, the residents of Port Stanley are about to find out!
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The Vampires Curse J.G. Gatewood

  • There’s no other way to say it; cancer is a bitch. When I was fifteen, Doctor’s diagnosed me with a rare brain tumor and gave me five years to live. With my death imminent, I made a deal with the Devil. Well, not the real Devil, but one of his minions for sure. Out of options, I accepted an offer for eternal life. I agreed to become a vampire. And all I had to offer in exchange was one year of service to a Duke named Aldric. What is one year in the grand scheme of things? Especially, when I’d live forever. Now, two years later, I have a different view of vampires. I live in the shadows and have no contact with any of my friends or family. I hate what I’ve become and If I could go back and do it all over again, I would. To make matters worse, Aldric is summoning me for my one year of service. When I refuse, they hunt me like an animal. I’m run over by a car and witness my mother’s death at the hands of Aldric’s minions. No one stands up to-let alone refuses-Aldric, but enough is enough. I can’t live like this. I’m always watching over my shoulder, and fear each new person I meet is on a mission to kill me. This is not a second lease on life; its torture and the only way it will end is if I kill Aldric. It’s time for him to die.
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Chasing Cinderella: Broken Dreams A.C.K. Min

  • Truth is a space that is contested. In relating stories, the truth is also being communicated – at least the version that the storyteller wants to be heard. Chasing Cinderella explores the contest of truths by using the plot of dead storytellers competing against each other in hell for the grand prize of rebirth. Through their retelling of folktales, the fight between them mirrors the battle of truths. As they strive to assert their narratives so that it becomes the dominant one, the dead bards are answering the question: “What is the nature of man?’ Whose truth will prevail?
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Elissa the Curious Snail Jeff S Bray

  • Elissa is such a curious snail. She loves to slither around the garden, she loves to pray and she is thankful that her prayers are answered. Your children will love reading about her and all the adventures she has with the tabby cat, the squirrel and yes even the blackbird that carries her away. You, as the parent, will enjoy her wholesome adventures and the way she teaches your child to pray as part of their daily life activities. She does this all in her beautiful garden setting.
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