Forgiveness will unleash a power in your life that is underrated and often ignored. It is underrated mainly because it is underused. We fail to capture the power of forgiveness because we are afraid of it, because we have grown comfortable in our familiar wounds, or because we are sinfully stubborn. But the power is there waiting for us. This little book, and the 11 real life stories in it, will help you capture that power. Because everybody needs to forgive somebody.
That thing on the porch won't go away. I called the police, but I don't think they're coming. They've got their hands full with the Manhattan quarantine, so they can't waste their time on a nothing little town like Otterkill.
"Ridiculous, but kinda fun"
Centaurius Alphos is a billionaire alpha male who mostly keeps to himself. He finds his perfect companion in an Omega, Wright, on a venture into a local gay bar one night.
Three young children smuggle themselves into Auschwitz in search for their mothers.
Comedy with a conscience: The uber-rich editor of Home decorating magazine loses everything, including her Ponzi-schemer husband, when their luxury wine-country home mysteriously goes up in flames. But that's just the beginning of Doria's problems.
Patrick's life was going well. He had his life in order at last, got himself off of the drugs that totally controlled him, and found a decent job and was paying back his dues. All of this comes crashing down when his abusive ex-lover stepbrother comes back into the picture, promising that he has changed and has nowhere to go. Patrick takes him in and eventually finds himself falling into the same abusive patterns all over again. Can he keep himself from destroying this new life he has forged for himself?
Perennially down-and-out socialite Camilla Randall - aka The Manners Doctor - is a magnet for murder, mayhem, and Mr. Wrong, but she always solves the mystery in her quirky, but oh-so-polite way. Usually with more than a little help from her gay best friend, Plantagenet Smith. In this hilarious episode she makes the mistake of responding to an online review of one of her etiquette guides and sets off a chain of events that leads to arson, attempted rape, and murder.
I called the police, but I don't think they're coming. They've got their hands full with the Manhattan quarantine, so they can't waste their time on a nothing little town like Otterkill. That means it's up to me and the neighbors, and there are fewer of us every day. Fewer of us, and more of them. Every person we lose is one more monster to deal with. The Spiller family, the folks from the Retirement Center, even the Mathises' Rottweiler are now stalking the streets, waiting for someone to get too close. A single touch is all it takes.
"More YA Horror than Straight up Horror"