This Great Blockbuster Trilogy of the So What! Stories has it all – Humour, heartache and criminal thrills and spills!In Book One we follow the career of teacher Robert Jeffrey through the antics of his pupils – both in and out of the classroom. Giggle and gasp at the hilarious and sad tales of pupils; and with romance, bullying and intimidation, teachers that struggle and those that are popular you will be getting a full range of High School life!In Book Two we find Molly Pearson, Robert’s student teacher, attempting to create a wildlife and nature garden with the help of her Year 7 kids, against dramatic odds! Self-harming, arson, gang violence and teenage angst all seem to be teaming up as obstacles to block success from Molly and her class of 11 year-olds! In Book Three the reader has to keep up with ex-pupil detective Shantra as he pursues the desperate criminals who caused trauma and tragedy to the school community. A criminal fireworks stunt that goes disastrously wrong leads to death and mayhem; while the conspiring fraudsters look like they might get away with things! Just how does a black spider monkey come to assist detective Shantra in his attempts to catch the felons?Each novel in the trilogy tackles different themes and stories; but with some favourite characters returning from time to time to link all the threads in a fascinating tale of contemporary life around the school community. Teachers, parents and students will all find something with which they can identify. With smiles and tears, laughter and anger in equal measure there are lessons in life for everyone in this amazing blockbuster!NOTE: All 3 books in the So What! series are now available in a single Trilogy collector’s edition – Paperback ISBN 978 1520380575 kindle ASIN B01579VDFO
The human race has been curious about all the surrounding phenomenon of nature, since its beginning. Based on the level of the information and intellect possess by the people of era, there have been a number of stories and descriptive, which account for the historical events and their explanation. The historical and ancient narration of these tales constitutes the body of mythology.
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This my good friend is a tale of half brothers, who journey through the world of boxing. Starting at the bottom with self taught methods, along with a training regiment that is enough to make your eyes water, you learn the art form of boxing alongside the brothers. A lot of discipline, time training, heart is the recipe for their success. In their journey they meet two types of people, a pair that will help, the other wants to see their bond broken, who will win? Will the brothers be wise to see this happening?
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The Delta Blues is a coming of age story about family, secrets, and acceptance. Grace Banks is trying to find her place in society. Dealing with body image and self-esteem, things go south when family secrets are unintentionally revealed. After an untimely death in her family, Grace goes searching for solace and finds it in the smile of a handsome Mysterious Stranger.This harmless teenage romance fizzles out when beautiful, headstrong Stoney Brooks moves into town Helping to transform Grace into the woman she always wanted to be, Stoney is indeed a loyal friend and confidante. Trying hard learn life’s lessons; even though they come wrapped in thorns. Grace soon finds her strength at the most unlikely moment.
Is the past always present?
When 8 year old Jack Taylor mischievously steps into the Rolls Royce he is unaware of the repercussions this simple prank will have on himself and on those around him. As a bitter feud develops with an upper class rival, his family are driven to the brink of poverty and he and his brother are forced to confront dangers they could never have imagined. With the shadow of the Great War looming over the village of Hambridge and events threatening to overwhelm Jack and his family, can he protect the people he loves?
An epic story of love, friendship, rivalry and betrayal. After a childhood accident, two boys become embroiled in a feud which threatens to engulf them and their families as secrets are revealed and lies are exposed in the turmoil of the First World War.
A MAN WHO WOULD BE KING : The Duke of Buckingham and Richard III
November 2 1483. As Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingam stands on the scaffold of Salisbury Market Square, accused of high treason, he reflects on his life during the turbulent era of the Wars of the Roses.
After the death of his grandfather, the old Duke, Henry (known as Harry) is sent to the court of the new King Edward IV and placed into the household of his Queen, Elizabeth Woodville. Harry, coming from a rich and noble line, is considered a a “prize catch” for the Woodvilles, and soon he is forced, aged ten, to marry one of the many Woodville girls, causing a burning resentment that lasts a lifetime.
Throughout Harry’s youth at court, he sporadically comes into contact with the King’s younger brother, Richard of Gloucester. Upon Edward’s death, they form an alliance, which sees the two Dukes secure the young Edward V, uncrowned king, and thwart the Woodvilles, who do not wish for Richard to become Lord Protector of England.
But when Bishop Stillington reveals a dark secret and Edward IV’s children are declared bastards,Harry has other ideas for himself and Richard. Henry Stafford takes upon himself the role of Kingmaker.
Richard of Gloucester is crowned as King Richard III, but despite receiving wealth and lands and offices, Harry is not content. The thought of a crown for himself begins to haunt his waking dreams.
How far will a man go to win a crown? Betrayal, rebellion…murder?
The story of the man Richard III called ‘the most untrue creature living…’
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CYNDRAY JOHNSON, a wild and unruly teenager, longs to become a track star but instead races against self-destruction. Falsely accused of a bomb threat traced to her cellphone, she’s expelled from St. Pious Christian Academy, ruining her chances of obtaining the one thing that really matters to her—winning a gold medal in the State Championship.
Hardened by rejection, Cyndray enrolls at Unity High where she struggles to hide her identity from her new English teacher, Mrs. Samson, whom Cyndray recognizes as the lady whose purse she snatched as a prank. However, an impulsive stunt destroying school property forces them into a mentoring relationship where an unexpected bond ignites.
Still longing for acceptance and tired of her strict parameters, Cyndray finds a way to meet with her old, rebellious friend, but lands in a situation that grows to dangerous proportions in a hotel. A terrified Cyndray has nowhere to run. For the first time, she contemplates her path and wants to change lanes. But when the lines between right and wrong keep merging in her sight, how can she get on the right track?
An inspired, emotional short story from author Chelsea Clemmons, written after her grandparents’ house burned down. This story is perfect for anyone exploring spirituality through the lens of loss.
To Jack Nolan, young Danny is like a son. Despite Danny’s rough start in life, Jack saw potential in the boy that few others did and encouraged Danny to pursue dreams he never imagined he could achieve.But an anonymous letter about his long absent father makes Danny question everything. Can he really rise above his background or is his future set in stone?Jack is a lawyer at the top of his game and there is nothing he wouldn’t do for Danny, who helped him many years ago, as a mere child. But the move Jack uncovers, the more he sees his chances of winning his first criminal case slipping through his fingers.With time and mounting evidence stacked against them, Jack and Danny negotiate a web of lies and deception, Danny’s dread that history will repeat itself and Jack’s fear that he is in way over his head. Can they actually uncover the truth and, more importantly, will their friendship survive the ordeal?
A mother comes face to face with the woman who would have murdered her baby. A child who’s been betrayed by everyone hurts the only man who’s ever shown her kindness. A teen stands at the crossroads of his impulses and his convictions. A reformed addict needs help from a total stranger to protect her child.Love lies at the heart of the Christian’s journey, but in moments of crisis, love often seems the most difficult of the virtues. In this anthology, nine of the brightest voices in independent Christian fiction offer novelettes about individuals at the crossroads, and the opportunities they have to respond with Christian love in all its forms. “By this, everyone will know that you are my disciples.” Whether it’s a grieving husband or a girl dead before her time, each soul finds itself face to face with a choice: follow Christ’s toughest commandment, or remain focused on oneself. Join these nine authors on a journey into the most difficult facet of the Christian life, but the one by which Christ Himself promised we would be recognized. Patricia Bell · Faith Blum · Bokerah Brumley · A-M Frisby · Dyanne Gordon Green · Jane Lebak · Leila Tualla · Robin Merrill · C.L. Wells
Pianist in a Bordello
What would happen if a politician decided to tell the truth—the whole truth?
Richard Youngblood, aspiring Congressman, is about to find out. He’s running on a platform of honesty and transparency—and against the advice of his friends and advisers he’s decided to start with himself. His autobiography will lay his entire life bare before voters just days before the election.
And what a life he’s had. Born in a commune and named Richard Milhous Nixon Youngblood as an angry shot at his absent father, Richard grows up in the spotlight, the son of an enigmatic fugitive and the grandson of a Republican senator. He’s kidnapped and rescued, kicked out of college for a prank involving turkeys, arrested in Hawaii while trying to deliver secrets to the CIA…Dick Nixon Youngblood’s ready to tell all.
He’ll even tell his readers about the Amandas—three women who share a name but not much else, and who each have helped shape and define the man he’s become.
Are voters really ready for the whole truth?
Pianist in a Bordello is a hilarious political romp through the last four decades of American history, from a narrator who is full of surprises.
Hayley Atkinson withdraws from her friends and new opportunities with the new mentoring group, Linked, after she is told a lie that she believes is true about herself. Sabrina Wayson is a mentor in Linked who feels she can’t help encourage girls because she’s struggling as much as they are. Can they surrender the lies and find freedom?
Death affects each one differently. There is a finality that the living can only intellectualize; the emotions are quite different. After a tumultuous existence with her mercurial and unpredictable mother, Amanda now must reflect back on her own experiences and grapple with the maze of emotions that she had repressed to maintain her sanity. Between outbursts of incomprehensible rage to almost cloying affection, Amanda’s mother’s mercurial personality permeated every aspect of their life together, and stalked Amanda as an adult. Forbidden to cry from an early age, Amanda had to suppress her emotions. Outwardly, her mother appeared level-headed and competent, but her inner world was entirely different: Distrustful and capricious, she found fault in everyone, especially Amanda, and minced no words in letting everyone know. Amanda had to dance with the untenable shifts in standards and expectations imposed upon her. Multiple incidences of bizarre behavior accentuated the difficulties Amanda had to face on a daily basis. For reasons she could not completely understand Amanda never fully abandoned her contact and discussions with her mother. The chemistry between mother and daughter remained an emotionally violent one from the beginning to the end. Even death of her mother could not silence the inequities of an abusive past. The distrust and hate engendered by her mother evaporated as the old woman receded from the real world into death. In the end the relationship of love between mother and child superseded all other feelings. The actions of the past could not be forgotten, but the relief experienced now that Amanda was free gave her hope for a better life ahead, no longer walking on eggshells or looking over her shoulder. The story is not written in chronological order, but presents Amanda’s experiences in haphazard episodes as unpredictable as her life had been. Some passages, especially poetry, are written in French. Wherever possible, a translation was provided.
Despite Eva’s secrets, after ten years of marriage she and Adam are still deeply in love.
All-round adorable Adam – adopted, mixed-race, with a deep social conscience that he shares with his wife – claims to have no issues other than having no issues. Raised by remarkable parents, he has grown up happy and grounded, uninterested in his “other parents” or in why they might have had to give him up.
Having lost her father at fifteen, and still suffering a terrible relationship with “mother”, Eva has more issues than she cares to admit, and it falls to an unexpected visit by two policemen to uncover a secret she has kept from her husband since the first day they met.
With the past at last explained, and the worst of it now apparently behind them, today has been a day of good news, which Eva is looking forward to sharing with the friends who have invited them to dinner. But their hosts seem to have very different plans for the evening, and the air is thick with tension as gradually the reason for their invitation begins to come out
Roger Sidebottom is a walking disaster. He doesn’t intend things to fall apart around him, but they generally do just that!Since childhood, he hated the surname fate pushed upon him by an uncaring father and a doting mother. His father abandons the family in order to run off with a ‘slapper’ from his workplace, leaving a bitter wife who’s only solace is the local Catholic priest. Father Reilly’s visits to her home are the only relief from the day to day drudgery. Roger befriends a girl, Mary, and at last finds something worthwhile in his young life. But, Mary lets him down when she goes off with Roger’s arch enemy, Billy Brown. Roger’s faith in women is destroyed and he vows never to become involved again, which is not difficult for Roger who appears to take very little interest in anything of a physical nature. The story takes the reader through Roger’s school days, university, and his dramatic entrance into the workforce.At first, Roger’s naivety causes all kinds of hilarious disasters, some of them with fatal consequences. Later in life, as he matures, he becomes more calculating, always putting himself first in order to take advantage of a situation. From time to time he touches base with home and his first love, Mary; never realising that the torch she once carried for him still burns brightly. In the vein of Tom Sharpe and Ben Elton, this story leads the reader through life according to Roger. You will either love him or hate him; however, you will almost certainly know someone just like him!
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Divine Endorsement is an immersive death defying race against time that kicks off the John Harrod Trilogy in an intense and electrifying fashion!
John Harrod believes time travel is impossible. He believes the existence of God and angels is the stuff of fairy tales. While John and his friend Dave go on a bicycle trip across France, they’re steered into a mystical gateway that takes them back in time to the horrors of World War One. While John and Dave train as recon pilots, John learns that his reclusive great-grandfather, a man he never knew, holds the last page of a divine text called the Book of Ancients. To return home, John must find him. However, a ruthless fallen angel is also searching for the last page and intends to use it to re-create humanity in an evil image. The race is on to find the last page, a sprint that leads to a chilling revelation John never expected. Can John find his ancestor in time, or will he doom humanity to a dark alternative existence?
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short and real stories at the same time humorous and grotesque, suitable for all ages
Late in his life, a 17th century governor works to free his colony from a blast of witchcraft hysteria Mid-17th century North America. Simon Willoughby, who has been governor of Sagadac for most of its 19-year existence, takes on the greatest challenge of his life when he decides to thwart a wave of witchcraft hysteria that washes through the colony.He faces a powerful opponent.. Hugh Ridley, the young, ambitious deputy governor, stirs up people to stand against Willoughby and tries to force him from office because of what he calls his weakness and incompetence.How does Willoughby respond? Can he defeat his overzealous adversary?This is the story of how a young, primitive, isolated community decides what it will be and what heritage it will pass to future generations. “The Pilhannaw” is based on an isolated case of witchcraft in puritan Boston in the mid 17th century.The story affirms one of the age-old tenets of our culture — that injustice and tyranny may have their time in the sun but right prevails in the long run and new communities develop political maturity.If you like novels that tie in with our long literary tradition, you’ll appreciate this one set in a time and place that most readers are unfamiliar with. Buy this book now to read a story from America’s early days that shows a determined leader taking bold steps to solve an urgent problem.
All together now…
There were two girls called Vicky & Lizzie
Who kept their high school busy
Causing trouble and mirth
For all they were worth
Sending teachers right into a tizzy
They kicked-off a false, nasty rumour
Saying one of the staff was a groomer
For everyone knows
Gossip grows and explodes
But the school didn’t quite see the humour
Would Vicky & Lizzie regret
The damage they caused? Nah, not yet
The girls kept on vying
Their dangerous precedent set
Vicky & Lizzie delivered a blitz
On a school at the end of its wits
Did they care? Did they f**k
They were common as muck
Those nasty, vindictive young s#!ts
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After finally the “right” man in her life, Crystal finds astonishing photos of another woman on her husbands phone.
It’s a remarkable story where her past relationships flash before her eyes while she battles with present moment decisions on what to do about her current situation.
Each decision she’s makes causes her story to unfold deeper. How did she get into this mess and what is she to do?
A New kind of romance read, Disastrously Fabulous has edge of your seat emotional moments as well as uplifting and funny ones. This fascinating book was written to inspire readers as well as provide enormous entertainment rapidly!
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