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by Lord Ra Krishna
by Dorothea Jensen
This "Story Monster Approved" third story in the Santa's Izzy Elves series tells what happens when Dizzy (Tizzy’s best friend), eager to have an adventure of his own, sneaks aboard Santa’s sleigh on Christmas Eve. He literally drops into the bedroom of two little boys, Drake and Stuart, and the three of them share a wild joy ride that might be even more of an adventure than Dizzy was hoping for!
by Dorothea Jensen
This second Izzy Elf story, a recipient of the prestigious Mom's Choice Award in the e-book category, is about Blizzy, Tizzy's "favorite lass". She is the only elf who notices that Tizzy is missing on Christmas morning. When she starts questioning all her friends about when they saw him last, and where Tizzy could possibly be, however, they think she is just being a "worrywart". What Blizzy REALLY is, however, is very, very clever, and she just might figure out the... more
by Dorothea JensenTwo naughty little boys sneak downstairs early on Christmas morning before their parents are up and find Tizzy, one of Santa's elves, stranded in their living room. The desperate Tizzy tells them that Santa's sleigh is powered by the imaginations of children, and pleads with them to use the power of their own imaginations to send him home. But how?
by Dorothea JensenFrizzy, one of Santa's Izzy Elves, styles the hair of Christmas dollies. Unfortunately, she loves her dolls,and misses them dreadfully when Santa takes them away for delivery on Christmas Eve. (She suffers from S.A.D.: Seasonal Affection Distress.) Frizzy decides she need to change her job so she doesn’t get so attached to the toys she works on and starts making something completely different. Soon, however, she finds that her plan isn’t going to work out exactly as she intended!
by Julia Dweck“Young Mary had a little lamb. His name was Sheppard sheep, And everywhere that Mary went That sheep was sure to sleep.” This is not your average Mother Goose nursery rhyme. In this hilarious parody, poor Mary has one very sleepy, slumbering, snoozing sheep named Sheppard and Mary’s mom is not happy. Can Mary can keep her sleepy sheep awake? Young readers will laugh along at Mary’s zany attempts, as she tries everything from spicy-hot fiestas to water fights. The humor is fast and fun in this ea... more
by Ryan Goodrich
Sgt. Ryan Goodrich’s experiences, spanning more than twenty countries and ten years of service, have provided him the opportunity to see the world through a different glass and write a book that reveals a small, but truly gripping piece of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan on multiple fronts. With raw power, political controversy, and unsettling brutality, this collection of scars is sure to leave the average reader irreversibly shaken.
Fifty mesmerizing poems and prose recoun... more
by Euphrates Arnaut MossPoems are used to explore situations, states of mind, and lighter fare.
by Aziz Ebubekir Kybartas
This is a book of Sufi Poetry that is not a translation but is totally original in both artwork and poetic expression. There is an inspirational thread here that speaks in a loud modern voice to the many hearts that seek 'His Presence'.
by Rachel ThompsonThis is my most intensive work to date. Broken Pieces is a work of nonfiction essays, poetry, and prose where I open my soul and invite you in for a visit. It's vulnerable, it's raw honesty, it's no-holds barred. This is the first book I've published where I questioned if readers and reviewers would respond favorably due to the serious nature of the work. And yet, they have. Most readers know me as the funny girl, but this work (hinted at in A Walk In The Snark), shows that I can go into t... more
by Michael Odom
From a customer review on Amazon: "Michael Odom's creative mind and sense of humor work together to fashion poems that are like sitting down for a cup of coffee to discuss life (and death, and sex) with a self-deprecating starving-artist agnostic. One can imagine that even the title (although borrowed from Voltaire) is really just his way of commenting on the plight of being a poet.
Some favorite lines:
When God said 'muse' some angel heard 'mules... more
by Elise SkidmoreThis is a book of collected poems with photo illustrations.
by Louise Findlay
Heroes with an edge are always fascinating and when the metier is poetic, the romance tends to rise exponentially because, after all, everyone loves a rascal who’s only a heartbeat away from being on the wrong side of the tracks, but who somehow always battles on to win the day, whether that’s fleeing from dastardly henchmen, or fighting a terrifying dragon.
by Elise SkidmoreThis is a book of poetry covered in the space of two months, from March through April.
by Louise FindlayA short poem about a bloodthirsty gory one man war. Read it and be inspired.
by Kiana DonaeWhat happens when you bleed ink? You get poetry that paints pictures so vividly you can feel it. Love and Ink lures you in with it's innocence but when you come out at the end, you realize Love and Ink is not at all what you thought. Love and Ink isn't always black and white.