Follow Wildlife Biologist and Bigfoot Hunter Dr. Morgan Tanner as he joins a research team searching the forests of the Pacific Northwest for a creature who walks like a man and has an uncanny ability to melt into the shadows. The team is confident that their sophisticated technology will lead them to the beast. The Question is: What will they do once they find him? This is the fictional account of the only successful Bigfoot expedition in North America, created especially for Bigfoot enthusiasts from age 8-adult. From Chapter One:Snow was falling, light as a whisper, on the dense Hemlock forest.Here, at the extreme western end of Canada, in the wilds of British Columbia, in the rugged mountains just north of the tiny logging town of Squamish, a man could literally disappear, living for years in silence and seclusion.Sometimes Dr. Morgan Tanner had wanted to do that--just melt away into the woods and become solitary and hermit-like. But he had never completely severed his ties with ...
The exciting first book in Dragon Curse Chronicles - Queen of Ashes - by USA Today Bestselling Author, D.L. Snow
Slaying dragons is her only purpose in life...
As the lone survivor of a kingdom decimated by dragons, Breanna of the House Moray has one mission... to slay every last fire-breathing piece of filth left on the continent. Five years later and Bre is making good on that vow, until the day she meets the biggest beast she's ever seen. Unfortunately, a failed attempt to slay the monster leaves Bre half-dead on the doorstep of Lorent Castle, home of Prince Cahill.
All Cahill needs to assume the throne of Lorentia is one simple thing: a wife. Oh, and she must be virtuous as well as of noble blood. The problem is, every eligible woman has failed the test of purity concocted by the regent as a ruse to keep Cahill from becoming king. Thus, he vows that the next maiden to cross his threshold will be his bride and when Breanna appears -- injured and reeking of dragon dung -- Cahill ...
I sit here atop the ruined, ravaged land that was once North Country, where it was said flowers bloomed even in deserts, a land that was fated to witness a bloody war that brought about an end to the age of kings...
Krishna and Balarama arrive in Mathura in time for the midwinter fair. They are hosted in the city by Sauptika, head of the secret movement that seeks to overthrow Kamsa. The plan is for the brothers to sneak into the palace courtyard on the day of the fair, win their battles against the king's prizefighters, and kill the king when he invites them onto the stage to honour them.
But Krishna plays spoilsport, and betrays them at the last second.
Now Sauptika must pick up the pieces and lead Balarama to his destiny, while at the same time ensuring that he comes to no harm. But her biggest challenge may lie in convincing Balarama that his biggest foe is none other than his brother.
This sequel to The Song of Vrindavan follows Krishna and Balarama into Mathura, and tells ...
"The Legend of the Sunflowers: A Medieval Love Story" is a simple, swift-paced, smooth-flowing picture storybook that combines the craft of storytelling with engaging, impressionist illustrations. "The Legend of the Sunflowers" is an heartwarming medieval tale that will be appreciated by young adults, new adults, and older adult audiences, as well. Beautifully-illustrated and thoughtfully-written, this book has 35 pages of striking, specifically-sequenced pictures with an accompanying story narrative that emphasizes the virtuous themes of hope, joy, and contentment in life. The tale of "The Legend of the Sunflowers" will make you care for the leading character of the story... Lady Juliana, a young, poor peasant maiden searching for true love. As you read this enchanting tale, you will empathize with Juliana, feel her pain, and experience her loss as well as her success and happiness in life. This inspiring medieval love story promises to leave a positive, lasting impression upon every ...
If you love fables, fairy tales, and folk tales, you will enjoy this collection of 15 short stories.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Donkey King
The Greedy Goose that Laid Golden Eggs
The Culture of a Vampire
The Rabbit that Wasn't Right in the Head
The Sheep Who Refused To Fight
The Troll Who Wanted to Build a Wall
The Sasquatch Who Spoke His Mind
The Three Lazy Pigs
The Cat that Suffered from Dogphobia
The Troll Who Went To War
The Wolf Who Believed He Was A Sheep
The Pig Who Loved Mud Wrestling
The Big Black Dog
The Dragon Egg
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Christopher Lindsay's play, Vanna Helsing, will be performed at the New Vintage Theatre in Kelowna, British Columbia in February 2020.
From bestselling author S. Usher Evans comes a brilliant urban fantasy series about a demon hunter struggling to reclaim the man he once was and the demon who might just save him. Fans of Jim Butcher and Kim Harrison will enjoy this unique take on overcoming demons - both real and imagined.
Demons are real - and walk amongst us every day. At the International Coalition for Demon Management, agent Jack Grenard knows this better than most. The scion of a demon hunting family, his career was on an upward trajectory until demons brutally murdered his wife. Three years later, he's restarting his life in Atlanta with his partner Cam, dealing with low-level demonic lords and keeping the peace. But looming in the distance is Demon Spring, the breaking of the barrier between our world and the demonic one that occurs every four years. No one knows when or where it will occur exactly, but the unlucky city will be ravaged for a fortnight by monsters and mayhem.
Jack has it on good authority ...
When three children vanished in the woods, people blamed Darkley Harries, the old poacher. The children never returned and Darkley was no-where to be found - he had simply disappeared.
Years later another child vanished; Darkley Harries was blamed once more.
"Stay on the path," warned Minnie's father, "don't stray into the woods and stay away from the copse near the loch - it's not safe."
But children never listen, do they...