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The Festival on Lyris Five By Nick Daws
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Former Ten Stars combat pilot Rick Barrett is having a bad day. Not only is he jobless and broke, in a seedy spaceport bar he has just been forced into a winner-takes-all poker game with a homicidal... More > cauliflower. Salvation is at hand in the shapely form of Irish redhead Julie Halloran, who has an unusual talent of her own. Julie has a proposition for Rick that could end his financial worries at a stroke, though it might also end up getting him killed. But is Julie keeping a few cards hidden herself? The Festival on Lyris Five is a fast-moving, hilarious, science-fiction novella, where nothing is quite what it seems. The story by UK author Nick Daws is beautifully complemented by Louise Tolentino's wry illustrations.< Less
The Festival on Lyris Five By Nick Daws
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Former Ten Stars combat pilot Rick Barrett is having a bad day. Not only is he jobless and broke, in a seedy spaceport bar he has just been forced into a winner-takes-all poker game with a homicidal... More > cauliflower. Salvation is at hand in the shapely form of Irish redhead Julie Halloran, who has an unusual talent of her own. Julie has a proposition for Rick that could end his financial worries at a stroke, though it might also end up getting him killed. But is Julie keeping a few cards hidden herself? The Festival on Lyris Five is a fast-moving, hilarious, science-fiction novella, where nothing is quite what it seems. The story by UK author Nick Daws is beautifully complemented by Louise Tolentino's wry illustrations.< Less
As I See It By Ken Dawe
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This special limited edition of never seen before photographs is by budding professional Ken Dawe who has won many awards in his field already. He belongs to a local camera club and is also a keen... More > gardener and family man. This work was put together by his son and daughter-in-law, Mark and Candy to help celebrate his life and scenic views behind his lens. Hope you enjoy.< Less
Eyes of the Seer - The Vampire Flynn Trilogy By Peter Dawes
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It all started with a murder. Within minutes, two people lay dead, victims at the hand of Peter Dawes; but the events which followed would do more than claim two lives. They would turn a doctor into... More > a killer and a man into a monster. Transformed into the vampire assassin Flynn, Peter epitomizes every bit the bloody immortal that he was sired to become even while struggling with a mortal destiny that haunts him beyond death. Here is where sight and vision converge and where the unprecedented becomes a battle for the life and soul of a being with warring destinies. Will his supernatural gifts be used to orchestrate the wicked deeds of his maker? Or can the cold-blooded nature of a vampire be warmed by the compassion of a seer?< Less
He Who Brings Freedom By S. Dawe
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Five thousand years ago in ancient Mesopotamia a child was born to fulfill a prophecy and bring about the death of the demon, Tarakasuran. Mukanda Dawe, known in his childhood as nine-four-three,... More > was created by the Talantians, at the behest of Lord Shiva, to be both a warrior and a healer. Genetically modified to have both human and eagle genes Eagle must journey to find himself, to discover the true meaning of courage and the importance of sacrifice. Keena No'Ray Sheathnan an aristocratic daughter of the ancient Talantian civilization sets out to find revenge. Lost and alone Keena is rescued by the man she believes responsible for the murder of her father. Nothing must stand in her way- but she had not reckoned on friendship. Thus begins a love story that will span thousands of years, uncounted lives, and a partnership of destiny!< Less
Life Is Mortal By Roman Dawes
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If a good and all-powerful God exists, why does he allow innocents to suffer and die? Because our existence makes sense only if we’re mortal. It’s impossible to come up with... More > reasons why God allows instances or kinds of suffering, if there are reasons. I approach theodicy by explaining instead why innocents must live as mortals – or as creatures vulnerable to suffering and death. That question is answerable: our mortality motivates the social structure that is essential to our existence. In this essay, I show why divine intervention to prevent suffering or death would yank the thread of caregiving and interdependence that stitches human existence together. Survival and mortal dependence are demanding and self-sacrificial. They are also the basis for culture and civilization. Were God to render those endeavors unnecessary by keeping us healthy and safe, we would live differently – but not better. The need to be mindful of life is central to being human.< Less
The Miracle Year By Roman Dawes
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Ron Barrett witnessed a miracle that inspired plans for an event that he thinks will make history. But as Ron organizes the gathering, a suspicion haunts him that the miracle was a hoax, and that his... More > reaction to it is being secretly monitored in a twisted social experiment. Ron is a School Board member in Harriston, Virginia, a historic town amid the farmland of the Shenandoah Valley. At the end of a testy board hearing over creation and evolution, the crowd in attendance heard what many thought was the voice of God issue a challenge: adversaries in the debate should set aside their differences and gather again to receive an important message. During the months leading up to it, Ron wants to know if he’ll be ushering in a new era of human consciousness, or if he’s been duped by an elaborate fraud.< Less
The Miracle Year By Roman Dawes
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Ron Barrett witnessed a miracle that inspired plans for an event that he thinks will make history. But as Ron organizes the gathering, a suspicion haunts him that the miracle was a hoax, and that his... More > reaction to it is being secretly monitored in a twisted social experiment. Ron is a School Board member in Harriston, Virginia, a historic town amid the farmland of the Shenandoah Valley. At the end of a testy board hearing over creation and evolution, the crowd in attendance heard what many thought was the voice of God issue a challenge: adversaries in the debate should set aside their differences and gather again to receive an important message. During the months leading up to it, Ron wants to know if he’ll be ushering in a new era of human consciousness, or if he’s been duped by an elaborate fraud.< Less
Life Is Mortal By Roman Dawes
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If a good and all-powerful God exists, why does he allow innocents to suffer and die? Because our existence makes sense only if we’re mortal. It’s impossible to come up with... More > reasons why God allows instances or kinds of suffering, if there are reasons. I approach theodicy by explaining instead why innocents must live as mortals – or as creatures vulnerable to suffering and death. That question is answerable: our mortality motivates the social structure that is essential to our existence. In this essay, I show why divine intervention to prevent suffering or death would yank the thread of caregiving and interdependence that stitches human existence together. Survival and mortal dependence are demanding and self-sacrificial. They are also the basis for culture and civilization. Were God to render those endeavors unnecessary by keeping us healthy and safe, we would live differently – but not better. The need to be mindful of life is central to being human.< Less
Abused, Battered, Broken-hearted and Restored By Cheryle Dawes
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This book is a true story of one woman's challenge to overcome a violent rape, a violent domestic violence relationship and the tragic death of her son who committed suicide all within a seven year... More > span.< Less