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Where African myth meets Victorian manners: Armed with Victorian etiquette, a fully loaded walking stick and a dead husband, Beatrice Knight arrives in the small colonial town of Nairobi desperate for a pot of tea and a pinch of cinnamon. But she’ll need more than that if she’s to unravel the mystery of the Ghosts of Tsavo without being eaten in the process. She must endure all manner of inconveniences while surviving the machinations of her best friend’s dashing godfather and the efforts of her safari guide to feed her to any lion willing to drag her away. What is a ghost-chasing widow to do?
Ghosts of Tsavo is the first case in “Society for Paranormals”, in which a paranormal detective refuses to let danger, death and unwanted suitors inconvenience her in colonial Kenya. Welcome to a cozy mystery series concerning Victorian etiquette, African mythology and the search for a perfect spot of tea. If you enjoy historical mysteries, adore Victorian steampunk, appreciate British humor, or would love to experience adventure in colonial Africa, download Ghosts of Tsavo to start your supernatural safari today.
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Have you ever wanted to ditch the nine-to-five job and move as far away as possible from the rat race?
Have you ever just wanted peace and quiet in a rural setting away from the sprawl of suburbia?
Have you found yourself daydreaming about pasture lands and farm animals on a daily basis?
That’s exactly what the author found herself contemplating – more often then not – while working at a high tech job in Seattle.
With her husband 3,000 miles away in Florida and the passing of her father, she knew it was time to make some serious changes in her life. She was ready for an adventure, but little did she know what lay in store for her at the ‘fixer upper’ farmhouse she and her husband would soon become the owners of.
S.A. Molteni has spent over thirty years in the Information Technology field working for various Fortune 500 companies. During those years, she and her husband had always dreamed of living on a farm once they became retired from the rat race.
This collection of essays follows the author in her sometimes humorous transition from “I.T. Geek to Farm Girl Freak” and depicts the lessons that are learned along the way once farm animals become a large part of her life.
*** Daily updates of the happenings on the farm and the latest adventures of the farm animals can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/ITGeektoFarmGirlFreak
The Christmas Gift, is a bittersweet Christian short story of love and loss. Laurel faces the first Christmas without her husband. In her search for decorations she discovers a gift left by her deceased husband.
What holiday season is complete without fruitcake? The Fruitcake, is a humorous short story about the dreaded holiday classic. Retirement’s not what Robert expected. His wife feeds him twigs and is afraid of mailbox bombs. If that’s not enough a fruitcake shows up on his doorstep. Fruitcakes may be a Southern tradition, but it’s one Robert can do without. Find out how he deals with the holiday classic.
Tales of Christmas in the South is a quick read just in time for the Christmas season.
“‘Daniel’ . . . rises up to join the ‘Underpants’ series (minus the potty humor, praise God!) and is hailed as the younger sibling of the ‘Wimpy Kid’ series for the elementary school set. If you’re looking for a bedtime read, a book report option, a classroom read aloud, ‘Daniel’ is it!”
“This is no ordinary pencil,” says the cat sitting on the end of nine-year-old Daniel’s bed. “It’s magic.”
Everything Daniel draws with his pencil–flying dragons, Octobears, and pizza-loving aliens from the planet Beezo–comes to life. It’s pretty awesome until the pencil draws a line between Daniel and his best (and only) friend Annie.
Come along with Daniel and his fantastic creatures on this fun-for-the-whole-family journey as he discovers that friendship is the greatest magic of all.
Daniel’s magic was intended for children ages 6 to 106. The book contains no pictures.
Follow her amazing, emotional journey and emerge into the battle with her nemesis – herself.
This inspirational fantasy will take you into realms otherwise unknown, turning your world upside down while you’ll be wondering what is real and what is not. It’s an adventure, a mystery and an imaginative fairytale for adults.
Gone was a story motivated by a true event.
Julie Elizabeth Powell has written with stunning aplomb and related Charley, the main character to anyone else in the world to a stunning degree… R. J. Palmer
Wow, this was one of the most powerful books I’ve read in a long time… C. K. Raggio
‘Gone’ is a wonderful, trippy, mind-bending, and deeply touching story… Maria Haskins
Gone’ is a story that pulls you in, and keeps you reading. The book is filled with characters that stay with you long after the book is finished… Yvonne Lee
It’s a magical adventure that I highly recommend for everyone… Darcia Helle
‘Gone’ uses a fantasy tale to tell a very important story about how our actions and choices in life affect other people… Maria Savva
A fascinating fantasy with surprises at every turn… Sheri A Wilkinson
Cover Design: Julie Elizabeth Powell
Source Photo: Angel Feather Wing by taeya18 (Free Digital Photos)