Author of the award-winning novel Finn, Jon Clinch has drawn favorable comparisons to William Faulkner. With Kings of the Earth, he takes listeners to an upstate New York farm where the three Procter brothers live in stasis. When one dies in his sleep, the other two are soon suspected of murder.
Wealth Wounds is a revolutionary new book. Written for members of 12-step anonymous fellowships, learn how your recovery program can help you have wealth health for the first time in your life. Finally leave behind not having enough money. Locked inside this short book are the secrets and techniques that will guide you through healing your wealth wounds that have crippled you for so long. As you heal, you will then be supported in generating new wealth building ideas and habits.
This collection of three novellas chronicles the dramatic events from the founding of the first Martian colony in the middle of the 21st century to the first election of the Martian Republic in the 22nd century. Together the three novellas are a sweeping, cautionary tale of a grand social and economic experiment on Mars.
"A four star story with five star narration."
Fans of reluctant heroine Piper Willow (The Station Series) will be happy to hear this novelette about the charismatic Niles Abbott and how he came to arrive at the station. Told from his perspective, listeners get an insight into the inner workings of Niles' mind and his first experiences in the station afterlife. Who was he before he died, and who is he now? The answers are waiting for you....
"Awesome addition to the Station series!"
Are they messing with our minds? Is Big Brother watching everything we do? Why is the UK government forcing through identity cards? Are we all just a number in the system? In a world where individuals become nothing but a number in a massive system, is it time to shout STOP? Are we being controlled from the very moment we are born until the time of our death? It's time to put a stop to the ever encroaching and invasive influences upon our minds and our lives.
In this continuation of the story line of The Red Planet Trilogy, author William Graham weaves a compelling tale of political intrigue as Dr. Jane Starling, the first president of the newly formed Martian Republic, takes office. Her political foes at the corporations, which founded the colonies on Mars, are aligned against her and devise ways to sabotage her political agenda. Against this highly charged political drama, the common citizens of Mars must make decisions about their own lives.
"This novella was good, it was great"
In A Christmas Carol, we meet some of Dickens' most famous creations in the characters of Scrooge, the three ghosts of Christmas, and of course, Tiny Tim. The story of how the extraordinary events of Christmas Eve change the miserly Scrooge forever have made A Christmas Carol one of the greatest of all Christmas stories.