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Moonlit Daydreams By Rebecca Carter
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Moonlit Daydreams is a collection of nightmares: some very real and some imaginary. From zombie raptors and vampires to serial killers and werewolves- everyone is sure to find a story to believe... More > in. I. Of Children- Raptors used as biological warfare in a sudden zombie outbreak become infected, resulting in terror for their creator. II. Hunger- A vampire tries to fit into everyday life. Work, play, feed. There is no guilt, no love, no forgiveness. III. Midnight Strolls- A young woman is held captive by a deranged, brutal kidnapper. IV. Love- A husband is tormented daily with handling his suicidal wife. Her brutal self injury pushes him to show her the purest form of his love. V. Special- A look into the painful transformations of a beautiful young woman into a wolf and the consequences that come with being special.< Less
Reunion By Lawrence R. Heibel
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Ray Mondy dies as plans to kill his wife Pam for leaving him for another man go horribly wrong. Five years later, he finds a way to return to the living world by possessing live souls thanks to a... More > young medium, Steve Thorndyke, who unwittingly brings Ray back from the dead. Ray seeks vengeance against his former wife, now married to Ron Candleson. While the Candlesons reunite with two teenage children that Ron left behind when he ran away with Pam, Ray torments them in the idyllic forested Bay Haven State Park on Lake Michigan. Steve Thorndyke, the only one who knows the truth about Ray stalks Candlesons and Mondy hoping to stop Ray's terrifying plans of vengeance.< Less
Reunion By Lawrence Heibel
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Ray Mondy dies as plans to kill his wife Pam for leaving him for another man go horribly wrong. Five years later, he finds a way to return to the living world by possessing live souls thanks to a... More > young medium, Steve Thorndyke, who unwittingly brings Ray back from the dead. Ray seeks vengeance against his former wife, now married to Ron Candleson. While the Candlesons reunite with two teenage children that Ron left behind when he ran away with Pam, Ray torments them in the idyllic forested Bay Haven State Park on Lake Michigan. Steve Thorndyke, the only one who knows the truth about Ray stalks Candlesons and Mondy hoping to stop Ray's terrifying plans of vengeance.< Less
Chronicles of the Undead By A. F. Stewart
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Family Secrets. Three generations of one family share their intimacies with the world of the vampire. Inside the personal journals of the Harrington family a dark and dangerous odyssey... More > unfolds. Three members of this tormented family, Samuel, his son Edmund, and Edmund’s daughter Charlotte, struggle during the 18th and 19th century in London, England, as the lives of this family intersects with supernatural forces. Two intriguing vampires befriend, manipulate and play with all three souls, altering their lives forever. Their fears, private confidences, and weaknesses are revealed on the pages as one selfish act ends in horrific tragedy, with far-reaching consequences. Find out who succumbs to the seduction and danger of the vampire, and who grapples to combat the evil influence that permeates their lives. Content may not be suitable for children.< Less
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Creatureton Elementary By Anthony Paolucci
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Eighth grader Sally Salamander Squibly is the unfortunate progeny of a Vampiress and a Werewolf. Why unfortunate you ask? Because Sally was born completely normal. Life at Creatureton Elementary is a... More > daily trial, a result of the physical and profound differences that separate poor Sally from her monster peers. Relentlessly taunted and bullied, she perseveres while seeking solace in her friendship with a human boy named Logan. Then one day, she is offered a chance to be like the other children, only on a much grander scale. The temptation of power is great, and Sally must choose between her sad but dignified life, and an opportunity to rise above the torment. Will the results be everything that she had hoped for and anticipated? Then there is the matter of her parents' dark and troubled past, and the mysterious villain who may or may not be after young Sally…just waiting for her to embrace her true monster nature, and assume her powerful role by his side.< Less
The Story of Jace - Sanctuary By J. P. Edgar
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Being the only survivor in a tragic car accident that claimed his entire family, 6-year-old Jace starts a new life in the Sanctuary for Orphaned Children – a place that seems like a comfortable... More > and luxurious dream to those on the outside, but with a world so drastically different for those on the inside. After a painful first day, Jace discovers he is surrounded by violence and torment, and isolates himself from the world around him, only to later embrace the combative lifestyle he would grow up in. But when his simple life gets disrupted by a kid with strange abilities, Jace is forced to put his trust in others, and wage a personal war against those who possess unnatural powers. He will discover strange magic and technology. He will discover plots and oddities about the establishment. He will discover that he is the savior for all humanity.< Less
To Speak Well of God: An Exposition of the Book of Job By John Pople
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It begins with the Divine injunction: “Have you considered my servant Job?” The Biblical drama of Job is haunting. A blameless man is tormented by ‘the Satan’: stripped of... More > wealth, status, possessions, health and children – all with God’s permission! Who is this Satan? More chilling still, who is this God? And why, despite this cataclysmic carnage, does the drama focus on the resulting argument between Job and his 3 friends? The ending of the drama seems no clearer. When God reveals Himself, what is He saying? Finally, God restores Job. Yet does this truly repair His permitted destruction of him? With its distinctive identification of the Satan, this interpretation offers unique insights into the classic interactions between God, Satan and the Righteous Man; revealing the Messianic message encoded within. Most importantly it lends reason to persevere in faith, as Job did; and speak well of God.< Less
The Arrogance of Religious Thought: Information Kills Religion By William A. Zingrone
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A provocative, challenging, and irreverent expose' of the obnoxious arrogance inherent in all religious thinking: condemning one another to eternal torment, relegating women and gays to second class... More > citizenship, dividing humanity into arbitrary factions, sexual repression, denial of knowledge, promoting delusions of god and the afterlife, upholding phony patriarchal authority, claiming eternal truth without evidence, and child indoctrination. Religion is not good for the human race. We would be better off dropping these bad habits on which we give religion a free pass. We must stop lying to our children that religions are true. Dr. Zingrone is a college instructor and secular activist with a PhD in Developmental Psychology exploring research interests in cognitive development and evolution. His driving motivation is to dispel outdated religious based ideas about human nature that are ingrained in the folk beliefs of our modern culture.< Less
The Arrogance of Religious Thought: Information Kills Religion By William A. Zingrone
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A provocative, challenging, and irreverent expose' of the obnoxious arrogance inherent in all religious thinking: condemning one another to eternal torment, relegating women and gays to second class... More > citizenship, dividing humanity into arbitrary factions, sexual repression, denial of knowledge, promoting delusions of god and the afterlife, upholding phony patriarchal authority, claiming eternal truth without evidence, and child indoctrination. Religion is not good for the human race. We would be better off dropping these bad habits on which we give religion a free pass. We must stop lying to our children that religions are true. Dr. Zingrone is a college instructor and secular activist with a PhD in Developmental Psychology exploring research interests in cognitive development and evolution. His driving motivation is to dispel outdated religious based ideas about human nature that are ingrained in the folk beliefs of our modern culture.< Less

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