One Last Love : Derek Haines

One Last Love : Derek Haines

One Last Love “I thoroughly enjoyed this book. In fact, I hated to see it end.” “Wow, some people have the ability to make you feel the story through their words.” “A beautifully written love story with a message of tolerance. “..anticipated a sad story of death….but just the opposite…” Life has the habit of delivering its perverse twists at the most unexpected times. For Bonnie his life had been lived, and the bitter sweet memories of his wife, along with the never ending sorrow of losing his son so young remain with him, but were now ebbing slowly with the passing of the years. His days of love, warmth and tenderness well past and all that was left were

How To Self-Publish A Book : Derek Haines

How To Self-Publish A Book : Derek Haines

How To Self-Publish A Book – An Easy Step-By-Step Illustrated Guide To Successful Self-Publishing This easy to read ebook is full of advice for new, and not so new self-publishing authors. In logical order, it takes the mystery out of self-publishing by giving clear, and often illustrated how to guides for the necessary steps involved in successful self-publishing. If you are ready to publish a new book, this ebook is a must read. Some of the topics covered in this ebook include: Where And How To Publish An Ebook Or Paperback How To Self Edit And Proofread Your Manuscript How To Prepare Your Word Manuscript For Self-Publishing How To Format Word For Ebook Publishing How To Add A Table Of Contents

February The Fifth : Derek Haines

February The Fifth : Derek Haines

February The Fifth – The First Glothic Tale How it all began: the first book in The Glothic Tales Trilogy. A young fool becomes king and quickly discovers he has some very nasty enemies. Particularly the ones who are shooting at him. In a remarkable turn of events, a young man with a lot definitely not going for him, somehow manages to come to terms with a startling reality. He has to grow up. Being handicapped by not only having rather nasty acne and an odd eye impediment, he also has to suffer the fact that his name is February. Or at best, Feb to his very limited number of friends. While not at all wishing to rush into this

The Sons Of Cleito : Derek Haines

The Sons Of Cleito : Derek Haines

The Sons Of Cleito When being abducted once … is not enough… “This book represents the meaning of a “Mystery” .Well written with a great plot, I thoroughly enjoyed it. “The plot is completely unpredictable, every time you think you have finally got it figured out it throws another curve ball your way.” Langley Garret’s Sunday morning starts very badly after waking with a hangover and a depressed feeling of worthlessness, along with a foreboding sensation in his gut. With his wife working away yet again, and the realisation that their marriage is probably very close to an end, and that his life is slowly ebbing away, he ponders his misfortune. As he decides to start accepting that his life

Louis: The Life of a Real Spy : Derek Haines

Louis: The Life of a Real Spy : Derek Haines

Louis – The story of a very real spy. “The writing is superbly descriptive and Louis’ life was tragically wonderful.” “Suffice to say, if you don’t feel you have read a great tale told well when you reach the last page, then quite frankly you seriously need help.” “Loved the complexities of the turns in Louis’ life.” Louis is a gripping story of the life of a professional wartime spy. From his boyhood education in Egypt in the early 1900’s, he was being prepared to serve in the newly formed British Secret Service Bureau on the orders of Abbas II Hilmi, the Khedive of Egypt and Sudan, as part of secret arrangement with the British government to supply young operatives

God Has Gone Fishing : Derek Haines

God Has Gone Fishing : Derek Haines

God Has Gone Fishing : The Destruction of Paradise Empires rise, yet only by sowing the seeds for their downfall The Economic Apocalypse arrives with biting venom following the collapse of capitalism, rapidly turning paradise into hell for those who are unfortunate enough not to be among the very few, who selfishly enrich themselves by profiting from the misery of others. It signals the beginning of the end for an empire built on greed, and for the new poor, they are sentenced to suffer the consequences. Nathan Smith and his father, endure long, hard and tough times in a small forgotten outer suburb – yet Nathan refuses to bow to the will of the wave of evil that spreads across the

The Altar Boy : Phil Stephens

The Altar Boy : Phil Stephens

The Altar Boy Black-robed nuns, priests, bishops, the select fraternity of Altar Boys, and the ancient ceremonies of the Catholic Church. Music of the ’60s, boyhood shenanigans, Cootie doctors, and coming of age. Set in the socially and politically tumultuous period of the 1960s, The Altar Boy is the fictionalized memoir of Carl Sanders, a funny, sensitive kid, who’s caught in the middle when his family is fractured by the intrusions of a priest. We follow Carl’s confusion and pain as he watches the pious façade of the Church fall away to reveal unholy carte blanche, cover-ups, and collusion. The book opens in the late 1980s. Carl and his brother down beer after beer at a favorite pub, trying to

The Yoga of Sailing : Dyana Wells

The Yoga of Sailing : Dyana Wells

The Yoga of Sailing Sailing – a life on the ocean that can be like an extreme sport, with all the pressures, emergencies, delights and exhilarations. Alice enjoys sailing, the thrill, the exhilarating physicality of the tug of war with nature. That’s with nature, not against it, because Alice feels more in tune with the sea and land and wide seascapes than, often times, her family. Alice’s determination to investigate the real meaning of life, on an ocean wave, turns into an adventure that’s revealing and disturbing. She rides the inner and outer storms of each new experience – sailing, cycling, backpacking – and falls into an encounter with life that is mystical and earthy. The Yoga of Sailing details the

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