A B&B that doesn’t serve breakfast, a dead body, and something strange in the room at the end of the corridor .
Author: Morgana Best
Publisher: Best Cosy Books
A B&B that doesn’t serve breakfast, a dead body, and something strange in the room at the end of the corridor . . . Pepper knew moving back home wasn’t going to be easy. Pepper Jasper moves from Sydney to the cozy town of Lighthouse Bay, answering a desperate plea from her aunts to help with their failing Bed and Breakfast business. She discovers her aunts are more eccentric than she remembered, the Bed and Breakfast does not serve breakfast, and the cottages for lease have strange themes. And what’s more, within minutes of her arrival, she stumbles across a dead body. Pepper soon has her hands full, contending with a murder mystery, irritating guests including the enigmatic Lucas O’Callaghan who is convinced every woman wants to fall into his arms, and her aunts, who are hiding more than one deep secret. Who - or what! - lurks in the forbidden room at the end of the dark corridor? And why do the aunts insist she drink copious quantities of special label wine? Find out what awaits Pepper Jasper at Mugwort Manor.
***50 MILLION TERRY BROOKS COPIES SOLD AROUND THE WORLD*** 'Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world' Philip Pullman With peace reigning in the Magic Kingdom at last, Ben Holiday is finally free to lie back and enjoy the finer things in life - like watching his daughter grow, which she does by leaps and bounds. Born a seedling and nourished by soil from Landover, Earth and the fairy mists, Mistaya is a unique child, fully as dazzling as her mother, the sylph, Willow - but fiery and impatient with those who can't keep up with her lightning-fast development. But Ben's idyll is not to last. The dark and pitiless Rydall, king of lands beyond the fairy mists, arrives at the gates of Sterling Silver. His armies are ready to invade if Ben will not accept his challenge: to face and defeat seven different champions of Rydall's choice. And accept he must, for Mistaya has been snatched from her guardians by foul magic and only Rydall holds the key to her fate . . . Praise for Terry Brooks: 'A master of the craft . . . required reading' Brent Weeks 'I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years' Patrick Rothfuss, author of The Name of the Wind 'I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara' Peter V. Brett, author of The Painted Man 'If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy' Christopher Paolini, author of Eragon
Throughout these stories of change, the children learn to appreciate life, family and nature more. These tales are suitable for young and old alike.
Author: Edain Duguay
The Witchlets of Witches Brew A Collection of Tales By Edain Duguay. Nine tales set throughout a seasonal year in the modern day village of Brew, commonly known by the name of 'Witches Brew'. The villagers of Brew worship the land and the seasons, they celebrate the wonders of life and nature during their eight yearly festivals and a Blue Moon celebration. Each tale sees deep changes in the main character's life relevant to the celebration around which it is set. Many of the characters you'll meet in the series are in more than one of these tales and each child shows the attributes and personalities of the plants or trees they are named after. The Witchlets of Witches Brew collection centres on real life problems and provides children with fictional, Pagan related stories to help work through their own feelings. Throughout these stories of change, the children learn to appreciate life, family and nature more. These tales are suitable for young and old alike. Tales included: * Holly the Hasty Witch Holly is always in a rush, never stopping to complete a task and often forgetting to fulfil her promises. This tale is about the virtue of Integrity, keeping one's word and is set at Yule. * Birch the Selfish Witch Birch dislikes having a new step-dad and a new brother or sister on the way. This tale is about the virtue of Fidelity, the birth of a child and is set at Imbolc. * Ash the Solitary Witch Ash is a single child of a family who moves to Brew. This tale is about the virtue of Perseverance, being brave enough to make friends and is set at the Spring Equinox. * Willow the Lonely Witch Willow feels very alone when she hears life changing news about her mum's relationship with her girlfriend. This tale is about the virtue of Courage, same sex parents and is set at Beltane. * Ivy the Stubborn Witch Ivy hates summer for many reasons but most of all because her cousin, Honey, comes to stay with her family for a month. This tale is about the virtue of Hospitality, sharing and is set at the Summer Solstice. * Rowan the Hungry Witch Rowan is always hungry, no matter what or how much she eats. This tale is about the virtue of Industriousness, helping someone less fortunate and is set at Lughnasadh. * Hazel the Unwise Witch Hazel is a fun loving girl who doesn't understand the consequences of rash decisions. This tale is about the virtue of Discipline, personal responsibility and is set during the Autumn Equinox. * Yew the Bored Witch Yew has been brought up by her loving, and somewhat over protective, Grandma. This tale is about the virtue of Self-reliance, helping around the home and is set at Samhain. * Plum the Cautious Witch Plum has been bullied for an entire year but has kept it a secret. After she moves to Brew, she becomes overly cautious with others. This tale is about the virtue of Honour, standing up for oneself and is set at a Blue Moon.
Capturing the world of the witch in her various guises as wicked sorceress, pagan priestess, seductive enchantress, and more, this collection of fiction and poetry features contributions by Ursula K. Le Guin, Dean Koontz, William ...
Author: Yvonne Jocks
Capturing the world of the witch in her various guises as wicked sorceress, pagan priestess, seductive enchantress, and more, this collection of fiction and poetry features contributions by Ursula K. Le Guin, Dean Koontz, William Shakespeare, Harlan Ellison, Arthur Conan Doyle, Ben Franklin, Mercedes Lackey, H. P Lovecraft, and other notable authors, past and present. Original.
Dr. Rousse helps you determine if someone is practicing witchcraft on you, and offers knowledge to counter this attack of the enemy.
Author: Impact Christian Books
Publisher: Impact Christian Books Incorporated
Dr. Rousse helps you determine if someone is practicing witchcraft on you, and offers knowledge to counter this attack of the enemy. Learn How Witchcraft Operates, How To Expose And Break Its Power, About The Curses Caused By Witchcraft, About The Jezebel Spirit, and 25 Characteristics of Witchcraft. Specific Topics include: Introduction to Jezebel, Witchcraft Defined, Principal of a 'Brew,' The Activities of Witches in Churches (both near and from a distance), The Identifying Characteristics of a Brew (Excessive Control, Manipulation, Threats, Refusal to Submit to Authority, Fear), The Jezebel Brew, Deception and Failure to Acknowledge the True Enemy, The Root of Witchcraft & Rebellion, The Golden Keys To Deliverance From The Witch's Brew, Dealing With Dangerous People & Those Operating Under The Influence of Witchcraft, Vipers in the Vineyard, and more.
"Fairly fast and cooking up trouble," this musical Halloween ballad is a creepy study in block and broken minor chords, with the left hand taking the melodic duties underneath the steady right hand chord harmonies, and with wide, dramatic ...
Author: Catherine Rollin
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Company
"Fairly fast and cooking up trouble," this musical Halloween ballad is a creepy study in block and broken minor chords, with the left hand taking the melodic duties underneath the steady right hand chord harmonies, and with wide, dramatic dynamics, accents, and a lot of staccato touch.
To have a great piece in illustrations and storytelling, it takes a considerable amount of precise planning.
Author: Engy Publishing
To have a great piece in illustrations and storytelling, it takes a considerable amount of precise planning. This notebook is made to attend to the demands of film makers, story book illustrators, comic artists and advertisers. This notebook contains 120 pages and each pages comprises four 16:9 frames positioned horizontally with lines below for texts. This notebook is a must-have for storyboarding and it is fitting for people who endeavor in creative projects of this kind and it is fashioned to help the creative minds of artists and authors that are building their stories.