Diversity comes to life in the night sky of a faraway world where being different is quite normal.
A lonely 18-year-old, Kris Robertson left his mountain hideaway only to discover a deserted city of isolated individuals scrambling over the debris. Young girls being abducted, wild dogs attacking people. Scared young people hiding from raiding parties and each other. Scavenging for a life among the remains of the past. There is no community, no one in charge. Kris must decide whether to assume that responsibility or walk away.
This product contains no music notation. This product can be used for many projects. Suggestions: Compose and record your own style of music.
This book will highlight the importance of this device, which was introduced by Google for as low as $35, in detail. Chromecast by Google, which was introduced in July 2013, has proven to be big competition to Apple TV despite its small size. While it's compared to Apple TV as well as Roku 3, the tiny device is really very unique, with useful features and its own set of limitations.
In this unique series of books - you are the artist. As you listen through this adventure you can draw, sketch, color, make patterns, and create as much as your imagination allows. In this adventure, Oscar experiences Christmas like never before. Who or what is Oscar? What does the adventure Oscar has look like? What does who Oscar meets look like? Create your own illustrations, drawings, and sketches as you enjoy exploring Christmas with Oscar.
A group of friends, Kevin, Carl, Mike, and Susan, decided to go hiking in the woods near an abandoned cabin. As they were walking along the trail, they found a gold ancient artifact. It looked like a medallion. The artifact had strange engraved symbols on it and was attached to a long chain. The group of friends kept the strange-looking artifact with them as they were hiking. They took it to the cabin. Later that night, as they were getting all settled in, everyone noticed that it had a strange bright orange glow.
A group of friends, Kevin, Carl, Mike, and Susan, decided to go hiking in the woods near an abandoned cabin. They found an ancient gold medallion and took it with them. Later that night the medallion took on a weird orange glow, and the four friends became the victims of supernatural activity. They found out the ancient medallion belonged to a powerful and wealthy Frenchman who once built castles in the area.
Sedition represents a vital form of free speech, so not only should we protect and respect sedition, but we should actively promote it.
All's fair in love and Facebook, my friends. To be completely transparent, my subtitle, "Sex, Lies, and My Crazy Life in New York City" is based on keywords to generate listeners. Psaw! I want you to know gentlemen still exist. I am a gentleman, and a gentleman never kisses and tells in an audiobook.
Three pill heads living in the same halfway house all suffer from the same nightmare. They each dream of a man hacking up his family with an ax. Their counselor is all too willing to chalk up the dreams to their collective drug withdrawal. But as their rehab draws to a close, the addicts realize that the house they are living in could be truly haunted after all.
Sex symbols, whether from the past or present, allure like little else. Though many sex symbols have emerged over the years, three have triumphed as American icons: Rudolph Valentino of the 1920s, the Beatles band of the 1960s, and Justin Bieber of today. Through poetry, this work praises beloved American icons, while attempting to harness and integrate their charismatic powers. Hopefully, these prominent icons will inspire other sex symbol icons to emerge in the very near future.
In this short assortment of poetry and prose, I include nine poems, two works of prose, and two Facebook quotes. Everything written here is presented in chronological order from 1992-2013, over the span of more than 20 years of my life. I hope you enjoy, and I thank you for listening!