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The Mortal Nelson Fire By Nelson Amador
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Nelson Christopher Amador has a chance to restart history and as he does this, things are going very well at first but all of a sudden Sabrina dies from a blood cloth and as Sabrina dies. A lot of... More > Sabrina's friends that don't Nelson very well start hunting down Nelson Fire from Sabrina's Brother Brock Roberts AKA The Red Eye to the Sunexs Monster. Nelson Fire must escape from dark, deadly, and scary haunted madness that has spread around him and Nelson Fire in all these stories must stop the scary chaos and try to get Sabrina Roberts alive before all of Sabrina's demons capture Nelson Fire and kill him very brutally.< Less
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Llanera, T. (2010). Alive Beyond Death! Ricoeur and the Immortalizing Narrative of the Self. Philosophical Frontiers, 5, 1, 31-41. By Llanera Tracey
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The intent of the work is to show that when the corporeality of man is extinguished, the self continues to pulse through the story. By traversing Paul Ricoeur’s hermeneutics, the author argues... More > that the capable, hopeful and mortal self – the description of man in his philosophical anthropology - are spoken, written and read in a narrative. The self that has succumbed to his last breath may hope to endure creatively through the interpretation of the reader. The immortalizing narrative is the answer of the Self to finitude. This is the Self ’s adamant “No!” to the no of death.< Less
The Scroll of the Violin: Poems 4 By Jim Bennett
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Poetry is about experience. What it means to be alive and mortal is explored here. A range of philosophy, religion, belief and unbelief; religious poems, atheist poems, questioning poems, and... More > answering ones; trial, failure, success, relationships, and joy. There are mirrors, sonnets, rondeaux, rhymed irregular, haiku, and blank verse. The title poem was a satisfying one to write; I had tried this concept in other ways before pulling this version together. As for religion, I am convinced that there is deep value in all beliefs. Perhaps in some sense every religion is true. Or, to slightly misquote Richard Dawkins, if there is a God out there, it could be a lot bigger and more complicated than what's in an easily stated religious description. As always, ambiguity may be present and it is deliberate. Some poems will benefit from second and third readings. You'll figure this out, as these poems were written for us, and that includes you.< Less
The Scroll of the Violin: Poems 4 By Jim Bennett
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Poetry is about experience. What it means to be alive and mortal is explored here. These poems cover a range of philosophy, religion, belief and unbelief: religious poems, atheist poems, questioning... More > poems, and answering ones. There is trial, failure, success, relationships, and joy in this volume of 69 poems. There are mirrors, sonnets, rondeaux, some rhymed irregular, one haiku, and blank verse. The title poem was a satisfying one to write; I had tried this concept in other ways before. As for religion, I am convinced that there is deep value in all beliefs. Perhaps in some sense every religion is true. Or, to slightly misquote Richard Dawkins, if there is a God out there, it could be a lot bigger and more complicated than what's in an easily stated religious description. As always, ambiguity may be present and it is deliberate. Some poems will benefit from second and third readings. You'll figure this out, as these poems were written for us, and that includes you.< Less
Famous Modern Ghost Stories (Esprios Classics) By Dorothy Scarborough
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Emily Dorothy Scarborough (January 27, 1878 – November 7, 1935) was an American writer who wrote about Texas, folk culture, cotton farming, ghost stories and women's life in the Southwest.... More > “Ghosts are the true immortals, and the dead grow more alive all the time. Wraiths have a greater vitality to-day than ever before. They are far more numerous than at any time in the past, and people are more interested in them. There are persons that claim to be acquainted with specific spirits, to speak with them, to carry on correspondence with them, and even some who insist that they are private secretaries to the dead. Others of us mortals, more reserved, are content to keep such distance as we may from even the shadow of a shade. But there’s no getting away from ghosts nowadays, for even if you shut your eyes to them in actual life, you stumble over them in the books you read, you see them on the stage and on the screen, and you hear them on the lecture platform.”< Less
Old Locksley among the Ruins By BJ Omanson
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A long meditative poem describing an old man’s final days living in solitude in a decrepit stone manor as cold as a crypt. He divides his time between library and garden where he... More > "considers and contemplates the melancholy decline of the year,” watching the falling of leaves, and succumbing to reverie as the ivy winds slowly around ankle and knee, and autumn gives way to the darkness of winter. ~~ If that sounds like a prescription for nostalgia, it isn't. Old Locksley is fully alive in the present, but it is a present profoundly steeped in the past, where to be alive is to be haunted. ~~~Color illustrations throughout on high-gloss paper.< Less
Storykiller By Kelly Thompson
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The monster under the bed is real. In fact, all the monsters are real, as well as all the heroes and everything in between. All Fiction is real and lives in a place called Story. however, plenty of... More > Fiction hangs out in the Mortal world living both innocent and nefarious lives. This might not mean much to the average Mortal unaware of the Fictional characters living among them, but for The Last Scion - the only Mortal that can kill Fiction - things are about to become very complicated. Tessa Battle is that Mortal. And Story is long from done with Tessa no matter how much she would like to deny her destiny. With more than one monster chasing her and questionable allies like The Snow Queen and Robin Hood, Tessa is going to need all the superpowers he inherited just to stay alive. In fact, it may be a good thing that behind her back Stories call Tessa THE STORYKILLER.< Less
Garden of Stone By Tony Breeden
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Vampyre hunter Copper Gallows braves the deadliest labyrinth in Impworld in order to find the next piece of the Soulbright amulet, an artifact with the power to turn even the most powerful vampires... More > mortal, but what will it cost him to get out of the Garden of Stone alive? Also includes character interviews from the series and two short stories: "Better Off Dead" and "Bad Program."< Less
Journey To The Black By Randy Carlisle
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While Rebecca knows she is destined for a life of servitude to a cruel master, she has no idea that life will be so short. Once she is no longer alive, however, she is determined to control her own... More > destiny, no matter which mortal or creature of the night tries to hinder her. Her journey from a world of light and color to a world of darkness and black is long and treacherous, but she learns quickly of the sacrifices a woman must make to journey to the black.< Less