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  • Book Buzz added new listing The Frights of Fiji in Children's Books
    A world of magic and adventure awaits for 12-year-old Alyssa McCarthy. A sorcerer kidnaps her to an enchanted island, filled with magical creatures and technology, but also danger....
    A world of magic and adventure awaits for 12-year-old Alyssa McCarthy. A sorcerer kidnaps her to an enchanted island, filled with magical creatures and technology, but also danger. It is up to...
    A world of magic and adventure awaits for 12-year-old Alyssa McCarthy. A sorcerer kidnaps her to an enchanted island, filled with magical creatures and technology, but also danger. It is up to Alyssa to defeat the peril and overcome the warlock.
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  • Book Buzz added new listing Maggie Colombe in Authors Directory
    Maggie Colombe was born and educated in Glasgow, Scotland. Most of her life, however she has lived in various parts of England where she currently resides.
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  • Book Buzz added new listing Native Companions: Dreamtime Mysteries in Cultural Heritage
    The prologue is a death-bed scene, where Rex Graham and his parents say goodbye to his beloved, Aboriginal grandmother. The young man promises to fulfil Granelda Yaraan’s dying wish...
    The prologue is a death-bed scene, where Rex Graham and his parents say goodbye to his beloved, Aboriginal grandmother. The young man promises to fulfil Granelda Yaraan’s dying wish to complete...
    The prologue is a death-bed scene, where Rex Graham and his parents say goodbye to his beloved, Aboriginal grandmother. The young man promises to fulfil Granelda Yaraan’s dying wish to complete his doctorate degree in anthropology. While on study location in the Central Australian desert, Rex discovers a small Aboriginal artefact lying in a dry creek-bed bearing the markings of his tribal totem, whose territory is located in the south-easterly region of the continent. On his return home, he lays awake, tormented by a vision of Gran’s face, urging him to discover the lost tribal dreamtime legends. He is planning a walkabout to the neighbouring bushland at Yaraan Grove, where an ancient, sacred tree is located, the resting place of his grandmother’s ashes. Keen to discover some ground-breaking information for his thesis, Rex suddenly remembers a collection of old paintings that his Gran had treasured, promising to preserve them for him, until he was able to interpret their true meanings. Rex crept down to the library safe, carefully unwrapping the very old parchments and spreading them out on the floor. There were 24 in all, a couple of mythical characters: a bunyip and a bird man known as a keeng-keeng, a hand-sketched map and a mountain journey. The artist was Gran’s great-grandfather, yet he could obviously read and write, because he had labelled some of his works in English language. After carefully re-packing the collection, Rex returned it to the safe, before sleeping soundly till day-break,, when he loaded his back-pack and waved to his folk before departing on his journey of discovery. Rex spent the day exploring the magnificent lakeside National Park, but by evening, he was disappointed that he had not uncovered any clues about his ancestors, who had occupied the territory, other than the old scar-tree where his grandmother’s remains rest, where a carving of the Booran totem ear-marked a large rock. Rex envisages Gran’s face in the scar on the tree-trunk, caused by Aboriginal boat-crafting. Feeling intoxicated by the bush atmosphere, he spreads his swag and reclines under ‘Gran Yan’s’ canopy. As Rex falls asleep, the bush comes to life and Gran Yan shares stories with the young trees about the adventures and dreamtime legends of the Booran tribe, that she learned from ancient priests who shared the mythology at corroborees. The book is separated into six parts, each containing a glossary of characters involved in the odysseys. The preface contains an overview od Australian indigenous society, their philosophy of living, cultural traditions spiritualism, and language. An index of tribal connection, names and a glossary of mixed Aboriginal languages and meanings are included at the end of the book, including a bibliography. 24 hand-drawn illustrations created by myself, are peppered throughout the book to keep the reader visually connected to events and characters as they transpire.
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  • Book Buzz added new listing Poetry Dead to Society in Poetry
    All types of poetry; love, romance, life's journey, religion, heartbreak, and even hatred and anger that will amaze and stun readers. It's guaranteed to open your mind's eye....
    All types of poetry; love, romance, life's journey, religion, heartbreak, and even hatred and anger that will amaze and stun readers. It's guaranteed to open your mind's eye. Poetry Dead to...
    All types of poetry; love, romance, life's journey, religion, heartbreak, and even hatred and anger that will amaze and stun readers. It's guaranteed to open your mind's eye. Poetry Dead to Society written to awaken the life of poetry within our society.
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  • Book Buzz added new listing J. Saltwick in Authors Directory
    J Saltwick’s mastery of real life scintillating adult drama shines in Brazen Desires – Desperate Hours. Writing from the heart, Saltwick draws on a wealth of education and personal...
    J Saltwick’s mastery of real life scintillating adult drama shines in Brazen Desires – Desperate Hours. Writing from the heart, Saltwick draws on a wealth of education and personal life...
    J Saltwick’s mastery of real life scintillating adult drama shines in Brazen Desires – Desperate Hours. Writing from the heart, Saltwick draws on a wealth of education and personal life experiences to build an exciting story. Saltwick blends those strengths with a unique creativity to portray how a sheltered, though strong willed woman can compete with men on their level, and win. Saltwick’s principle character, Kate Clark, comes across as a real woman with the fortitude to take charge of today’s daunting challenges. Kate’s inner cowgirl roots, reinforced by her male upbringing, gives her the strength to face down the billionaire developer, Jason Sinclair. Intent on breaking up Kate’s ranch for a colossal resort he plans to build Sinclair doesn’t care who he hurts. Unwilling to let go of her dream of returning her family ranch to being the largest in Montana, Kate takes on Sinclair and his male ego with surprising results.
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  • Book Buzz added new listing Cee Jay Spring in Authors Directory
    Cee Jay Spring was born in New Orleans Louisiana in 1979. He grew up in Houma Louisiana and Wichita Falls Texas. He had moved to Texas at the age of nine with his mother and four...
    Cee Jay Spring was born in New Orleans Louisiana in 1979. He grew up in Houma Louisiana and Wichita Falls Texas. He had moved to Texas at the age of nine with his mother and four sisters and lived...
    Cee Jay Spring was born in New Orleans Louisiana in 1979. He grew up in Houma Louisiana and Wichita Falls Texas. He had moved to Texas at the age of nine with his mother and four sisters and lived there till he turned eighteen, when he moved back to Louisiana. He had started writing poetry at the age of ten. He's always loved creative writing for as long as he could remember. He lives in his hometown of Houma now and is now working on his second and third books of poetry. He enjoys writing poetry, listening to music, and reading for fun. He loves watching movies and hanging with family. He works nights in the Private Security sector.
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  • Book Buzz added new listing Someday, Maybe in Young Adult
    It’s okay to be different. Ha. That’s what people are supposed to say, supposed to pretend in this new age, hipster reality that I live in. Except high school students aren’t...
    It’s okay to be different. Ha. That’s what people are supposed to say, supposed to pretend in this new age, hipster reality that I live in. Except high school students aren’t accepting and having...
    It’s okay to be different. Ha. That’s what people are supposed to say, supposed to pretend in this new age, hipster reality that I live in. Except high school students aren’t accepting and having my life up for debate in the halls, well . . . it really—really—sucks. Then a single conversation with my dad shatters all of my childhood memories and my mom copes with his news by spending every hour losing herself in work. Suddenly, it’s not just my high school’s hallways that have become a freaking horror film. Just traversing the relationship between my parents is more dangerous than crossing a minefield. So I’ve been keeping my head down, hoping to just survive my senior year. That is, until Jason Monroe waltzes into my life and invites me to Homecoming. The soccer god is popular, hot as hell, and my every teenaged fantasy come to life. And for some insane reason he likes me. Me. The Harry-Potter-loving, pajama-wearing, bookworm nerd who is too lazy to spend much time on makeup and hair. Somehow Jason Monroe likes me. But my life falling apart means that I’m a terrible bet and Jason couldn’t possibly want to run the gauntlet of high school or my home life with me. Except . . . what if he does?
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  • Book Buzz added new listing Is the Rapture the Real Deal? in Religion
    The Rapture: this is a topic that has been hotly debated by theologians during the last 2,000 years. Over the last 190 years, a number of Christians have expounded on this subject...
    The Rapture: this is a topic that has been hotly debated by theologians during the last 2,000 years. Over the last 190 years, a number of Christians have expounded on this subject with more...
    The Rapture: this is a topic that has been hotly debated by theologians during the last 2,000 years. Over the last 190 years, a number of Christians have expounded on this subject with more refined details, some theologians coming to a belief in an at-any-minute catching away of the Church while others have taught that the Church must be purified through one last time of great suffering. In recent years, many have scoffed at the idea of a Rapture, some of them saying they have heard all about this for many years. What is the truth concerning the Rapture? In this book, Todd Netland tackles these issues, using the Bible as his guide. He explores the different eschatology viewpoints--pre--Trib rapturism, post--Trib, mid--Trib, pre--Wrath, and Dominion Theology. He explores the strengths and weaknesses of each of these positions, coming to his own conclusion concerning the timing of the Rapture. He delves into a historical evaluation of such notable people as John Nelson Darby, Edward Irving, and Margaret MacDonald. For example, was John Nelson Darby a plagiarist who stole his ideas about the Rapture from Edward Irving and Margaret MacDonald or was he a godly man who got his views concerning the Rapture from painstaking study of the Scriptures? Included in this book are two chapters with fictional short stories centered around the Rapture. Netland feels that the Rapture is an extremely important event that will have a huge effect on the whole world.
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  • Book Buzz added new listing Along the Waterways: Dreamtime Mysteries in Historical
    In the sequel to Native Companions, Gran Yan, the tree of memories, continues narrating history about the traditional landowners of Yaraan Grove, the Booran clan, named after the...
    In the sequel to Native Companions, Gran Yan, the tree of memories, continues narrating history about the traditional landowners of Yaraan Grove, the Booran clan, named after the pelican. After a...
    In the sequel to Native Companions, Gran Yan, the tree of memories, continues narrating history about the traditional landowners of Yaraan Grove, the Booran clan, named after the pelican. After a long separation from their homeland due to fire and drought, the small community returns to Yaraan Grove, where the firstborn infant in their territory is named Mullawanda as a tribute to the great eagle Mullawaa, which guided the travellers safely home. During his development, Mullawanda proves to have intelligence far beyond his people, and coupled with an adventurous spirit, his journeys and the people he meets lead him into some intriguing situations, involving many fascinating people. This seven-part novel involves a number of indigenous clans that congregate at social gatherings, where tribal priests commune with ancestral spirits, sharing their legends with the audience. Many dreamtime legends unfold about their departed people, and a number of compelling mysteries are solved. The key to Gran Yan’s knowledge about such far-distant adventures is unlocked in the final chapter of this seven-part book.
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    The prologue is a death-bed scene, where Rex Graham and his parents say goodbye to his beloved, Aboriginal grandmother. The young man promises to fulfil Granelda Yaraan’s dying wish...
    The prologue is a death-bed scene, where Rex Graham and his parents say goodbye to his beloved, Aboriginal grandmother. The young man promises to fulfil Granelda Yaraan’s dying wish to complete...
    The prologue is a death-bed scene, where Rex Graham and his parents say goodbye to his beloved, Aboriginal grandmother. The young man promises to fulfil Granelda Yaraan’s dying wish to complete his doctorate degree in anthropology. While on study location in the Central Australian desert, Rex discovers a small Aboriginal artefact lying in a dry creek-bed bearing the markings of his tribal totem, whose territory is located in the south-easterly region of the continent. On his return home, he lays awake, tormented by a vision of Gran’s face, urging him to discover the lost tribal dreamtime legends. He is planning a walkabout to the neighbouring bushland at Yaraan Grove, where an ancient, sacred tree is located, the resting place of his grandmother’s ashes. Keen to discover some ground-breaking information for his thesis, Rex suddenly remembers a collection of old paintings that his Gran had treasured, promising to preserve them for him, until he was able to interpret their true meanings. Rex crept down to the library safe, carefully unwrapping the very old parchments and spreading them out on the floor. There were 24 in all, a couple of mythical characters: a bunyip and a bird man known as a keeng-keeng, a hand-sketched map and a mountain journey. The artist was Gran’s great-grandfather, yet he could obviously read and write, because he had labelled some of his works in English language. After carefully re-packing the collection, Rex returned it to the safe, before sleeping soundly till day-break,, when he loaded his back-pack and waved to his folk before departing on his journey of discovery. Rex spent the day exploring the magnificent lakeside National Park, but by evening, he was disappointed that he had not uncovered any clues about his ancestors, who had occupied the territory, other than the old scar-tree where his grandmother’s remains rest, where a carving of the Booran totem ear-marked a large rock. Rex envisages Gran’s face in the scar on the tree-trunk, caused by Aboriginal boat-crafting. Feeling intoxicated by the bush atmosphere, he spreads his swag and reclines under ‘Gran Yan’s’ canopy. As Rex falls asleep, the bush comes to life and Gran Yan shares stories with the young trees about the adventures and dreamtime legends of the Booran tribe, that she learned from ancient priests who shared the mythology at corroborees. The book is separated into six parts, each containing a glossary of characters involved in the odysseys. The preface contains an overview od Australian indigenous society, their philosophy of living, cultural traditions spiritualism, and language. An index of tribal connection, names and a glossary of mixed Aboriginal languages and meanings are included at the end of the book, including a bibliography. 24 hand-drawn illustrations created by myself, are peppered throughout the book to keep the reader visually connected to events and characters as they transpire.
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