This anthology of American Literature includes all of the essays, short stories, and poetry (plus a few extra selections) suggested for grades six and seven in Andrew Campbell's The Latin-Centered... More > Curriculum.< Less
This book contains 28 years of research and legislative activities to classify and regulate manufactured housing as real property for all purposes.
The book is intended for owners of manufactured... More > homes, and government officials who need information on how to properly classify and regulate manufactured housing as real property.
It is my goal that all owners of manufactured homes shall have the same rights and protections under the laws that all other homeowners have.< Less
Notebook covers can add a splash of style and color to your studies. These can be printed out full-size for binders, or at a reduced size on sticker paper for composition books. Hobbies includes two... More > titles on the same background: Stitches and Fiber Arts.< Less
A group of damned souls discovers how chess is played in hell, when two succubi, Chalyss and Menyssan, decide to have a game for fun... with the souls as pieces!
They soon learn that pieces are eaten... More > once captured. And to their dismay, Chalyss' side quickly realizes that their succubus is a complete beginner, not at all on Menyssan's level, as she is a very seasoned player! They have to help her out in order to not end up in her rival's belly.
Contains mature content (nudity) and soft vore. The comic is 66 pages long.< Less
In the middle of the night when the full moon shines a creature emerges from the shadows. It swoops down like a bat taking a victim at will then silently returns back into the forest ready to feast... More > upon its live prey.
If sixteen vampires were about to feast upon your flesh what would you do? Run away and hide? Stand and fight? Beg for mercy? Or try to make friends with them?
Told from the point of view of the vampire this story tells the tale of how a victim tries to save herself by befriending the very creature that wants to devour her.
True Nature is the first of a trilogy of tales and is absolutely not for the fainthearted. This book was written for horror fans and pulls no punches when describing despicable acts of grotesque violence as well as gory scenes of vampire bites.< Less