“The simple style this story is presented in sometimes tricks you into taking it at face value; but it’s the reading between the lines that gives you the full sense of horror in the world around the main character.” – Amazon reviewer “zombie”
This is the fourth entry in the Kellie’s Diary series.
Almost four years after the events of “Kellie’s Diary #3”, Kellie and her younger sister have steadily grown accustomed to life around them. They’ve long since left Texas, traveling with a mobile community. It’s the longest they’ve ever stayed with one group, but remaining steady in a moving environment has it’s share of challenges… and secrets.
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Aneira has been wandering the lands since her tribe vanished, eight years ago. One day she hopes to find them and get back to a normal life. In the mean time she has to make the most of any help she’s offered along the road, but she isn’t prepared for what might happen when she decides to help back, or when she’s prevented from running away.
This is a short fantasy story of one girls only desire – to belong.
“In a dark new age, a hero emerges.”
In a near-Apocalyptic future, preacher Jacob Cross has a calling on his life that would make the strongest man tremble — defeat the most horrendous creatures hell can produce… and battle them constantly. Victory is assured only if he can locate the three partners promised to him in a vision. Heroes, demons, God and Man — in the end, blood will be shed, and if Jacob and his friends have their way, the devil will be bound forever.
The Unthinkable (The Great Fire of Rome) (The Galley) [Kindle Edition]
It is the time of Nero. On a hot July afternoon fire breaks out and engulfs the mighty city of Rome! Based on a true story, this is the actual eyewitness account of a young man who faces the holocaust and heroically saves the lives of countless citizens on that fateful night. The first chapter of “The Galley”, it is a compelling tale of disaster, heroism and terror on a historic scale.
Brahma Dreaming: Legends from Hindu Mythology [Kindle Edition]
“Spectacular” – The Guardian “Told in an elegant, precise prose, by turns rousing, witty, affectionate and portentous…the illustrations are absolutely and utterly stunning.” The Bookbag
See the Hindu gods and goddesses as they have never been seen before! Brahma Dreaming is master storyteller John Jackson’s latest collaboration with the acclaimed artist, Daniela Jaglenka Terrazzini. Jackson’s intriguing versions of the tales of the Hindus’ great gods are graced by Terrazzini’s brilliantly reimagined illustrations of the deities, each a masterpiece of detail and drama, reminiscent of Dulac and Rackham, and the glorious ‘Golden Age.’
These are the tales of the Trimurti – the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva – and Brahma Dreaming is divided into three sections representing their continuous forces of creation, preservation and destruction. The work begins with Lord Brahma dreaming the universe into being and from there unfolds an enthralling collection of interconnected tales that span the entire spectrum of human experience, dark illusions and earthly temptations.
Here are brave princes, divine divas and demon kings, family feuds and epic battles, burning loves and lies, tragic deaths and glorious rebirths. There are tales about dancing elephants, peacock warriors and monkey armies, all retold by Jackson with great character, warmth and wit. Terrazzini has been inspired to create what she describes as the best work of her career in Brahma Dreaming with over fifty exquisite fonts and illustrations hand-drawn in black ink.
About the Author
John Jackson was born in 1929 in rural Devon, England, close to where he lives today. He is an author, lawyer, businessman, and political and constitutional campaigner.