It’s war! Ruthless terrorists force the Governor of Mars into military action. Only one boy can stop the bloodshed. Psychic teenager Zeke Hailey speaks the ancient Martian language. He alone can figure out the riddle of Electron’s Blade. This mysterious alien artefact may hold the secret to peace on the red planet. Both the Governor and rebel colonists seek Zeke’s help. But which side should he trust? As old foes return, the conflict rapidly escalates. Zeke discovers that nowhere, not even his beloved school for psychics, is safe from the warfare. But is there a deeper conspiracy at work? Who are the shadowy Martian State Brigade? And what of the Spiral, still haunting Zeke’s visions? Is Zeke a pawn in
Emmer never fit because growing up Non-Binary in an enthusiastically Binary world is a recipe for alienation. When an Adventure in late adolescence landed them at the top of a redwood-covered ridge in Humboldt County, Emmer found a community with undemanding neighbors who had their own reasons for the isolation of a Back Road existence along the Lost Coast of California. Years later, Emmer’s quiet, unconventional life is disrupted by a windstorm, forcing them to leave their self-made paradise to contend with the larger world once again. In the process, Emmer finds they do not have a corner on alienation. Confronting events from the past, including a search for lost treasures, and moving into unfamiliar territory Emmer learns that isolation
The book explains afterlife beliefs found in the Bible and in ancient historical documents; then the answer to eternal life’s quest is revealed through a step by step format, untangling the enigma. The future is revealed through understanding the past. How can we know what the future holds if we don’t understand the past? This question is at the heart of this book as much of modern Christian culture has lost its roots. The crux of the book is derived from biblically consistent interpretation methods to find hard truths about our fate mentioned in the Bible. This award-winning Christian non-fiction book condenses detailed biblical research of complex passages into an easy to follow progression that saves readers’ time with their
We only have ten years to save the planet! What if this belief was taken seriously by others not from our world? How would they help to save Mankind? Would they even bother? Hardened military veteran, Brett Martin is about to find out as he finds himself sucked into a dystopian nightmare in which there are few easy ways out. The Gardeners are here and they have come to prune our planet. As the stakes are raised impossibly high, Martin struggles to come to terms with his new reality and the dawn of a new age. The Environmental Gardeners, although with its tongue planted firmly in its cheek, is a revealing and insightful novel of our time. It boldly and
A poacher shoots; a bear charges; a father and his seven-year-old son flee the scene, but they stumble and plunge into the ravine. Their fall ends when they hit a tree trunk that rebounds them into an overhang. The father is unconscious; the boy has a broken leg. A vast search and rescue operation is mounted. As a second night of failed attempts to find them sets in, Zita, the mayor of Pianalto, is confronted by a posse out to kill the bear and a town on the warpath calling for the government to review its policy on the protection of the species. In the nearby peaks, a bear and her three cubs are on the run. Book Links Website
Leaving my hometown for college was a dive from all I’d known into a sea of unfamiliarity. Gone were the sports I loved that kept me healthy, my friends who taught me about life via fun and games, and the experiences only found in a small town. I also left a home that I later discovered was dysfunctional. Although I earned AA and BS degrees, college life showed me a freedom I didn’t manage well. My freedom changed me. I married my college sweetheart the week after graduation, which was a month before the Woodstock music festival and three months before our “love child” was born. Full of ambition, I changed IT jobs every few years, staying on the “fast
Confluence of East and West, Science and Spirituality This book is an attempt to merge the ancient with the modern; reason with faith; science with spirituality; and the eastern with the western philosophy. In this age of instant communication and inter-stellar travel, we have the knowledge and technology to experience and share this “living landscape”, our Sacred Space, Mother Earth; but have not developed the “heart” to do so. This book is an attempt to stimulate that interest. It is to highlight the common threads of humanity in this age of conflicts. It is to show that we need both reason and faith. It is to document that wisdom is not the special province of any one culture. It is
The CHAMELEON Leader: Connecting with Millennials An accessible, interactive, engaging, and essential book for anyone who wants to be a better leader to the millennials, and reap the rewards of this incredibly capable generation. Millennials make up a significant part of today’s workforce and we would be foolish not to embrace what they have to offer – a unique perspective, an ethical outlook, tech-savvy minds, and a ‘no fear’ approach to the workplace. Top-down leadership is passé. Millennials need a leadership style that is current – collaborative, open, transparent and inclusive – which caters to their strengths. They want to be a valued part of the leadership process. This book asks the question: What do you want in a leader?