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Tides of Blood and Steel: Book II of the Northern Crusade By Christian Warren Freed
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War has come to the North. The kingdoms of Rogscroft and Delranan are engaged in a bitter struggle that can only result in the total annihilation of an entire kingdom. Yet while the opposing armies... More > battle, a new threat approaches that may tip the balance of power and give King Badron total control. Seeking new evidence of the Dae’shan, the last surviving wizard, Anienam Keiss, believes Bahr and the others are all that stand in the way of the dark gods’ return to Malweir. Bahr and his beleaguered band of allies search for an ancient book said to contain the whereabouts of the mythical Blud Hamr. The Dae’shan continue to manipulate the politics of the northern kingdoms from within the shadows, eager to drive the balance between light and good irrevocably evil. Once that balance is undone the way will be open for the dark gods to return and claim Malweir as their own once again. Darkness approaches as the flames of war burn brighter. One king shall stand. One shall fall.< Less
Myself With You By Addison Goad
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Finding yourself is something that everyone struggles with but for Delilah Montgomery it felt like she was looking for something that didn’t exist. She had a life full of people who loved her... More > and still felt alone. She felt the need for adventure and to get lost somewhere on an empty highway. The problem with going to search for something is not knowing what to expect. Delilah is moving half way across the country to live with her best friend Scarlett. Adam had always been the type of guy who drank every night, played gigs, and slept with whichever girl went home with him that night. He was getting through life and enjoying every moment. Adam wasn’t looking to fall in love but when Scarlett’s best friend moves to town he can’t help but find her charm irresistible. With news from an old flame his life is turned upside down and he realizes that he must chose responsibility over Delilah. Suddenly he finds himself wishing that he had just stayed in all of those nights waiting for her to come into his life.< Less
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The Unseen Vaults of the Optic Experiment By Johan Nohr
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Gruzx the Ever Watching - the infamous villain of the lands - has vanished. Howls and cries seem to come from the old tomb. And now everyone is complaining about bad eyesight? Best tie your shoes and... More > grab your sword, for things are about to get messy! ✖ A spooky 11 room dungeon with monsters, secret doors, treasure and weirdness. ✖ Two (!) versions of the dungeon map - one clean and easy to use and one a bit more loose around the edges. But it's hand-drawn and funky and full of flavour! ✖ Four full-page illustrations of scary, weird and disgusting things. ✖ 8 original monsters with stats, special abilities and ideas on how to develop the story with them ✖ Emotions brought to unlife, a (f)lying skull, cancerous but quenching hate-water, a mutant goblin that is also a vampire lord, aberration feces boiled together into an acidic, lumpy stew - and much, much more! ✖ Written for use with Lamentations of the Flame Princess, but can easily be used with any version of your favourite OSR game.< Less
The House of the Misty Star: A Romance of Youth and Hope and Love in Old Japan By Frances Little
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It must have been the name that made me take that little house on the hilltop. It was mostly view, but the title—supplemented by the very low rent—suggested the first line of a beautiful... More > poem. Nobody knows who began the custom or when, but for unknown years a night-light had been kept burning in a battered old bronze lantern swung just over my front door. Through the early morning mists the low white building itself seemed made of dreams; but the tiny flame, slipping beyond the low curving eaves, shone far at sea and by its light the Japanese sailors, coming around the rocky Tongue of Dragons point in their old junks, steered for home and rest. To them it was a welcome beacon. They called the place  "The House of the Misty Star." In it for thirty years I have toiled and taught and dreamed. From it I have watched the ships of mighty nations pass—some on errands of peace; some to change the map of the world.< Less
Until Now (Hardcover) By Jason Carter
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It was one word. But that's all it took. After answering a call from an unknown number, Detective Paxton Scholl knows the voice belongs to his ex-wife, Casey. Why is she reaching out after more than... More > a decade of silence? Sarah, Casey's daughter, has run away. And Casey is absolute in her belief that the local authorities are not doing all they can. Afraid Sarah is on borrowed time, Casey has called on the one person she knows can help. Within hours, Paxton is in Los Angeles. And even though Paxton's partner, Modesto, as well as, Paxton's wife Amanada, have questioned his hasty decision, it's not until he lands that Paxton understands the reason behind their concern. While he's a happily re-married man, Paxton realizes the feelings he had for Casey are feelings that haven't faded during their years apart. And it appears the same could be said for Casey. Can old embers be fanned into a new flame? Or will they be forever extinguished by the discovery of a young girl's body in a nearby city?< Less
The Dramatic Romances By Robert Browning
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AN OLD STORY I It was roses, roses, all the way, With myrtle mixed in my path like mad: The house-roofs seemed to heave and sway, The church-spires flamed, such flags they had, ... More > A year ago on this very day. II The air broke into a mist with bells, The old walls rocked with the crowd and cries. Had I said, "Good folk, mere noise repels— But give me your sun from yonder skies!" They had answered, "And afterward, what else?" III Alack, it was I who leaped at the sun To give it my loving friends to keep! Nought man could do, have I left undone: And you see my harvest, what I reap This very day, now a year is run. IV There's nobody on the house-tops now— Just a palsied few at the windows set; For the best of the sight is, all allow, At the Shambles' Gate—or, better yet, By the very scaffold's foot, I trow. .......< Less
The Cycle of Spring By Rabindranath Tagore
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Song of the Bamboo O South Wind, the Wanderer, come and rock me, Rouse me into the rapture of new leaves. I am the wayside bamboo tree, waiting for your breath To tingle life into my... More > branches. O South Wind, the Wanderer, my dwelling is in the end of the lane. I know your wayfaring, and the language of your footsteps. Your least touch thrills me out of my slumber, Your whisper gleans my secrets. (Enter a troop of girls, dancing, representing birds.) Song of the Bird The sky pours its light into our hearts, We fill the sky with songs in answer. We pelt the air with our notes When the air stirs our wings with its madness. O Flame of the Forest, All your flower-torches are ablaze; You have kissed our songs red with the passion of your youth. In the spring breeze the mango-blossoms launch their messages to the unknown And the new leaves dream aloud all day.< Less
Time Book 5: Canyon Diablo By Shawn M. Tomlinson
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“It wasn’t all that grim,” she said. “We don’t have to go to Deadwood. I was thinking, maybe, Tombstone or Fort Sumner…” “Wyatt Earp or Billy the... More > Kid?” he said. “Are you nuts?” “Yes,” she said. “Absolutely. I went nuts the moment I saw a flaming star in the day sky hit a tower and reveal the man I love. It’s the only way it makes sense. I’m in an asylum somewhere dreaming all this. There’s no reason we can’t go to the Old West, just like Doc Brown and Marty, Marty.” “You never call me that,” he said, kissing her. “I don’t think it will be quite like it was for Doc and Marty.” “Don’t expect it to be,” she said. She got out of bed, said, “Let’s go. We’ll spend a week or a month and we’ll be back for breakfast.” Martin sighed, got wearily out of bed, carried her to the shower. As the water flowed over them, he said, “This is the last time we’ll feel a shower for a while.” “I know, but we still can feel each other all the time,” she said with a giggle.< Less