Living a sheltered life with her loving family in Cape Town in the 1960s, Kathy comes to realize that she is considered a er person by many because of the color of her skin.
THE CALIFORNIA DIRECTORY OF FINE WINERIES provides a breathtaking photographic tour through the wine country's vineyards and winding roads, from Napa Valley's world-famous cellars through Sonoma's rolling pastures to Mendocino's rustic and charming tasting rooms. An easy-to-follow visitor's guide that profiles more than 60 destination wineries and provides driving directions for more than 100 others, the third edition offers updated and revised information that no wine country navigator can do without.
A year after graduating high school, three friends find themselves growing apart. In a moment of spontaneity, they decide to leave behind what so many have told them is the “real world,” and backpack across a small island off the coast of Southern California.
Over the course of three days on Santa Catalina, they discover what it means to enter adulthood, the importance of home, and how woefully unprepared they are for their adventure. Avalon, Avalon is a story of the unexpected power of nature and time, and the deep importance of friendship to navigate through it all.
Modern London of the eighteen hundreds is a city of electric cars, blimps and alliances that were unthinkable before the war with Ghengis Khan. A group of brave adventurers culled from the best minds of their time join together to take on the biggest crimes of their century, but not just to solve crimes, but also mysteries that have mystified humanity since the dawn of time.A curious phenomenon has appeared close to Baker Street 221B. It is called a Fairie Wall. A portal between the world of man and Fairie. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Professor Challenger enlist the aide of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson in an effort to solve the mysterious appearance. Soon they are joined by Harry Houdini as well. Deciding to take a chance and venture into the land of Fairie they embark on a journey to explore the fabled land, but are waylaid by the evil Hyde, an energy creature, created by a split of the personality of Doctor Jekyll into good and bad. The brave Baker Street Adventurers are now faced with the very real possibility that they may never return safely home again.
Rich girls do it best! At least, that's how Victoria Whitford's selling it. Sure, she's triumphantly returned home to take over the family empire, but before everything gets settled, she's treating herself to one last no-holds-barred fling. And she's got the Man To Do all primed and ready--the gardener's son.
She's been having this fantasy since she was sixteen. Now Tori's up for the sexual challenge.... She'll convince him to do as she pleases--he'll be her last best conquest.... Jake Conners can't believe his eyes. Tori, sleek and sophisticated, buff and beautiful. Full of promises, full of potential. When she backs him into a corner and offers him the sexual experience of a lifetime, he can't resist. She's hot, unstoppable and better at this game than he'll ever be. He knows when he's beaten. But what's really worrying him is Tori.
How long will he have before daddy's little rich girl tells him: time's up?
Award-winning and Amazon-bestselling speculative fiction author Camille Picott has been self-publishing since 2008. Over the years, she has garnered much knowledge on the world of indie publishing. This article sheds insight on important aspects of indie publishing—aspects that might not be readily apparent to those just starting. Also included are cost-saving tips that will help authors publish professional products on a budget.
If you’re looking for a leg up in the indie publishing world, Indie Publishing Essentials is for you! Author’s Note: While the Writer’s Toolbox is a how-to series dedicated to helping speculative fiction writers improve their craft, this particular article will benefit anyone interested in indie publishing.
This book chronicles the ordeal of six hundred Confederate officers who were confined by their Yankee captors in the stockade on Morris Island, South Carolina, directly under the fire of Confederate guns, and then were subsequently starved on rations of rotten corn and onion pickle at Fort Pulaski, Georgia and Hilton Head, South Carolina by order of U.
S. Secretary of War, Edwin M. Stanton. The author, a Major in the Confederate Army, was one of the survivors of the group.