Running may seem simple, but you will find that it isn't if you want to do so safely and with the proper technique. There are various ways that you can run, and it can be competitively or for fun. There are many ways that you can reduce your risk of injury with running as well, and this audiobook will teach you how.
Bitcoins are still considered to be an extremely confusing to some people, and it does take time to actually make sure that you are using bitcoins properly. Though, that means that you need to understand what bitcoins are and how they can be used in the first place. Even though it may be hard to understand what bitcoins are, this book is dedicated to helping you do that.
"This is actually, terrible"
L.A. Maldonado has brought together 13 of his most unsettling short pieces - bizarre tales of dark-doing and unthinkable acts from the twilight regions where horror and madness take on eerie, unearthly forms...where noises in the wall and shadows by the bed are always signs of something dreadful on the prowl.
Everyone loves a good mystery. This third book of the series features many incredible stories and also several photographs of images possibly from the spirit world taken by various individuals. The ghost farm, a haunted plantation, a haunted insane asylum, haunted houses, and haunted woods are just a few of the stories contained in this book. This book also contains more captivating miracle and near-death experiences. This is a collection of true account short stories.
Eden at Play is religious satire, but it also has spiritual depth to make listeners think about life and their faith or non-faith. Poetry is included as well as a short, poetic version of the story that has a curious child asking his parents questions about the mythological Garden of Eden and death. It's very sensitively described and life-affirming.
Blending may seem simple, but there is so much you can do with it. From blending fruits to vegetables to just using a blender, you will find that there are creative ways to do it. This means that there are many recipes that you can try, and there are even benefits to choosing blending. Blending can be unique, but it requires the right tools. This means that you need the right ingredients, the right recipes, as well as the right blender.
When Miss Edith Wyatt was at Bryn Mawr College, she was known as "the girl in the cheering-up business". Homesick girls, discouraged girls, girls who were behind in their studies, weary students went to her for a bit of brightness and encouragement, and always found it. She radiated mental sunshine from every pore.
What if the Bible were not complete? What if something existed, so beneficial to mankind that it had been intentionally omitted in order to protect its existence through complete secrecy? What if there were a place named Father Mountain, and within it, Ahveen? What if there were Guardians? Jim Preston and Red Porter, 20-year-old workers at Miller Foundry in Rockaway, Illinois, are about to find out the answers to all these questions - high on a mountain in a remote region of northwestern Colorado.
On Friday, June 21, Detective Simon Farge, chief investigator with the Plainsland Police Department's Missing Persons Division, opened an envelope, addressed in pencil and bearing no return address. The content of the envelope was a short letter, also written in pencil, on three-hole notebook paper. The handwriting appeared to be that of a child, still learning the art of cursive, and of course, unsigned. The note was short and to the point. "Dear Mr. Farge, Look for Sally Morgan in Overland Park in a trailer by the lake."
"interesting storyline, but a little bit far out there."
Have you ever wondered if the Bermuda Triangle is for real or just a place of unlikely mishaps? The citizens of Fordyce, New Mexico, have often wondered that about their Sonoma Quadrant. No airplanes have ever disappeared in the quadrant. No ships have ever disappeared there either, for the quadrant, as close as anyone has been able to determine, is a 36 square mile area in the middle of a desolate desert area known as the Sonoma.
Born to Be Strange is an anthology of short stories, poetry and essays by Portland, Oregon author, Thomas J Turner. This material ranges from a grieving widow considering suicide to a carload of hit-men on a road trip. An outlaw street racer and his friends roar around in a 1957 Chevy, while a green kid attempts to survive Army boot camp. Also, a man grapples with the impending death of his mother, and wonders why he doesn't feel badly enough about it.
This volume contains 11 books of poems and observations by Thomas Weston and spans the period of 2006-2010. Mr. Weston is noted for his biting wit and sarcasm that pierces through the hypocrisy that so often characterizes present-day America.
All characters in this book are fictitious and have no resemblances to any people living or deceased. I wrote this book over a three-month period of travel around Thailand and put it together in Bradley Beach, New Jersey, over the winter of 2012-2013.
The story of a dance with the divine. This book is number four of the tales of Zen and her travels.
David K. Aycock has created a rare and wonderful story, at once realistic and fantastic, full of simple magic and incredible moments, all centered around a father, his son, and their imaginations that come to shape their entire world. Joined with their neighbors, David and his Dad build a kite to bait a rainbow and set out to go skyfishing, but a jealous Wind whips up trouble and a battle between in the skies is about to take place. When the rain finally stops, will David be able to catch the rainbow? And what happens next?