Nine-year-old Sophie tries to deal with her fear of jumping off the high diving board at the community pool by listing other things she is afraid of doing and forcing herself to do them.
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"Out of Nothing into Nowhere by Caryl Pagel is a collection of essays that blends memoir, research, and lyrical reflection, driven by a desire to observe and see connections, though always anchored in real places, people, and conflicts"--
A bus driver’s route gets increasingly closer to the edge of a long drop while a young man deals with a bully and the shadow of his violent past. From Shoebox Train Wreck, this short story is one in a collection of sixteen genre-bending tales set against a backdrop of sudden violence and profound regret, and populated by characters whose circumstances and longings drive them to the point of no return . . . and sometimes even further. ChiZine Publications (CZP) curates the best of the bizarre, bringing you the most excitingly weird, subtle, dark, and disturbing literary fiction. Look for more titles in the ChiZine short stories collection to build your digital library.
Every woman considers herself an individual. In vain, as regardless of race, ethnicity, profession and so on, no woman is an individual. Every woman lives as man programmed her to live, as it is convenient for him, as he wants her to. Women do not even suspect who produces images for what they consider their "Self," and why. By studying the history of world culture (literature, pictorial art, architecture, music, science, etc.), it is easy to trace that men usurped everything that had to do with images, as ideas for creation of anything. And, from time immemorial, women were left with a role of stupid consumers, and performers, and it was made sure that women think that they (women) are creators too. But, women did not participate in the birth of any product, which begins with a sketch, and in turn a sketch begins with an idea, and an idea begins with an image. Yes, women weaved, embroidered, painted cloth, and sometimes sewed. But, based on sketches made by whom? Based on sketches and patterns created by men. The essence of this process is to forbid women from creating images, and under any excuse to never allow women to do it, ever. Excuses used are from rudest and degenerative ("What are you trying to do, you fool? Go make me a sandwich instead," or "Do you not hear your baby crying?”), to the most romantic and poetic ("You are my muse, just be near, inspire me, you are so beautiful!"). Men’s intent is simple: to have total control over the psyche and the physiology of any woman because an image is the basis of functioning of any person. Providing an image to a woman ensures that she will live and function strictly according to this image. Also, an image is the basis for control of any person, as well as the basis of knowledge about her/him. Men create images. Therefore, they know exactly what image is behind this or that behavior of a woman. In other words, they know how she will think, act, present herself, what she will want, strive for and seek (from men
Into the Nothing: A Spiritual Autobiography is about the wild adven- turous mystical life that led to the liberation of Gabriel Cousens, MD. The book takes us through the unique process of classical spiritual awakening and liberation in several paths, including Yoga and Torah-Kabbalistic traditions, and also his experiences in the Lakota Sundance, Eagle Dance and Spirit Dance. It includes Dr. Cousens' unique teachings of spiritual nutrition, and the Six Foundations and Sevenfold-Peace, that creates a natural way of living that leads to the Holistic Liberation Way.
Florida detectives Megan and Lacy get pulled deep into a bizarre murder investigation that has strange ties to a secretive voodoo community while a group of big-money international investors obstructs them at every turn. They move forward against the unknown forces, trying to protect the community they hold so dear.
An abandoned English village holds generations of dark secrets that are about to be uncovered in this gothic thriller by the author of A Dark Dividing. Some fifty years ago, Priors Bramley was emptied of its residents—all for the sake of a Cold War experiment with chemical weapons that went wrong. Since then, the cordoned off town has been known at The Poisoned village. But the locals don’t know the half of it. Now, as The Poisoned Village is set to be reopened, its secrets are set to be unleashed. Tracing the contagion leads inexorably to the long-abandoned Cadence Manor, once home to generations of secretive, powerful bankers and their elegant wives. What happened there in the years before the World War I? What murderous madness infected the family? And what is the source of the eerie music that, even now, can be heard drifting down the crumbling village streets?
What lies beneath brought out a whole range of themes from talented writers as they interpreted it both literally and metaphorically. The stories are wildly different, every one of them worthy of their place in this anthology. If any of them make you wonder just what lies beneath… your home, your work place, your vacation resort… then it will have half done its job. If you like reading it, as you should, then it will have done its job. Enjoy! Check out more Horrified Press & Thirteen Press titles here: horrifiedpress.wordpress.com
Sometimes when you stare into the Abyss, the Abyss stares back. Mystery, betrayal, and darkness, dare you follow the path of the shadows, seek out the lost crowns of old and face an adversary who knows every move before you even think of it. For even within the midst of such turbulent times and intense Khaos, their lies mysteries beyond the realm known to man, for the Empty Throne calls for its successor, and its song shall not be left untarnished. In the ancient realm of Xovia lies a secret. A secret lost to the sins of man and creature that shall place the balance of life upon a knives edge. When a young wakes to a world he has no memory of and a life he no longer remembers, he is thrust into a dark and terrible dream, a dream of darkness, a dream of Khaos.
- Author : Richard William Kirkpatrick-Thorne
- Publisher : FriesenPress
- Release Date : 2014-12-16
- Genre : Poetry
- Pages : 160
- ISBN : 9781460261002
A late night incident draws George Moody into the dilapidated shed behind the home he inherited from his grandfather, forcing him to confront long-buried family secrets and to relive two extraordinary summers of his early teens. Seasoned with magical realism, What Lies Beneath is a coming-of-age novel that will appeal to anyone who has ever been a kid.
Seventeen-year-old Rayne reluctantly moves to a rural town. Behind her new home, there is a deep forest, partially untouched by human contact. Most nights, Rayne hears eerie cries through her bedroom window. When she investigates the noise in the dilapidated wood, what she finds is unfathomable. Soon, this discovery will threaten to disturb the delicate internal balance of her life. She will have to determine where her loyalty lies, but the true question remains: What lies beneath the pines?
In the hottest summer on record, Iron Lake reservoir is emptying, revealing secrets that were intended to stay hidden beneath the water. The tragic story of a missing man is a media sensation, and abruptly the writer and the cop falling in love is just a postscript to horrors neither could have imagined. Best Selling Horror writer Chris Lassiter struggles for inspiration and he’s close to never writing again. His life has become an endless loop of nothing but empty pages, personal appearances, and a marketing machine that is systematically destroying his muse. In a desperate attempt to force Chris to complete unfinished manuscripts his agent buys a remote cabin. All Chris has to do is hide away and write, but he’s lost his muse, and not even he can make stories appear from thin air. Sawyer Wiseman left town for Chicago, chasing the excitement and potential of being a big city cop, rising the ranks, and making his mark. A case gone horribly wrong draws him back to Lancaster Falls. Working for the tiny police department in the town he’d been running from, digging into cold cases and police corruption, he spends his day's healing, and his nights hoping the nightmares of his last case leave him alone.
Will you stand alone against the very fate that controls your thoughts and fears and take back the life you deserve to live?
- Author : Kathryn Meyer Griffith
- Publisher : Kathryn Meyer Griffith
- Release Date :
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 288
- ISBN : 9876543210XXX
The 5th Spookie Town Murder Mystery is finally out. Who wouldn't want to find a chest of buried treasure, ancient gold coins and exquisitely priceless jewelry, on their land? A treasure a sailor dead for over seventy years once found in the shallow waters of a distant island and later buried, hid, the remnants of at the end of his tragic life. The townspeople of Spookie have been searching, fighting and killing each other over it, for decades and no one has ever unearthed it. Abigail, Frank, Myrtle and her psychic grandniece, Glinda, are on the hunt for the treasure…and they might just find it with Glinda's and the dead sailor's help. For Frank, ex-Chicago homicide detective, there's also a new and dangerous case that brings him temporarily out of retirement and back to Chicago because it threatens his adopted daughter Laura's safety at the art college she is attending. There are three missing college students, young women, one a close friend of Laura's, and the Chicago police force is feverishly searching for them before their abductors kill them. Can Frank, with a little help from Glinda's visions, and his old partner Sam Cato, locate the abducted girls in time and save their lives? All the rest of the quirky characters are also back again to share in the adventures, the mysteries, and the small town life of foggy Spookie. Come join them.
War. Spies. Gossip and lies. Mythical Creatures. Falling in love. And it’s still only July. It’s 1917, and everyone is doing their bit now that America has entered the Great War—everyone except 17-year-old Emma Verlaine. Her overprotective dad won’t let her go to nursing school while he’s off doing war work; instead, she’s been sent to stay for the summer with her Gran on an island off Cape Cod, and the most she’ll be able to do for the war effort is knit socks. Socks! As it happens, island life isn’t so bad. There are the seals that seem even more fascinated by her than she is by them. There’s the new Navy Air Station that guards the coast from German U-boats where she’s determined to get a job. But most of all there’s Malcolm, whose family owns a resort hotel on the island and who gives her swimming lessons and delicious kisses. But danger lurks in the waters off the island. Only Emma can save her new home—if she accepts that everything she thought she knew about her life is a lie, and that the seals are following her for a very good reason…
"They say she's Cynthia Dempsey, fiancaee of media mogul Will Taylor. But try as she might, she can't recall their high-society life of the man sitting by her hospital bed. ... Will can hardly believe Cynthia's transformation. Gone is the ice queen who betrayed him, and in her place is a woman who seems genuine and warm. But can he risk his heart again, not knowing what might happen when her memory returns?"--P.  of cover.