Hellbent is a collection of short stories by Paul Blaney, author of Handover.
The scene is perfect - a brightly lit, outdoor Nativity - for a Christmas celebration. Church members portray Mary and Joseph, shepherds, wise men, and angels. Yet, it seems no one notices the empty manger! While looking for baby Jesus, Claire and Anna learn the true meaning of Christmas. All proceeds from "Claire and Anna: The Live Nativity" benefit the medical expenses of Claire Parker during her fight against leukemia. A portion of proceeds from "Claire and Anna: The Live Nativity" benefit the medical expenses of Claire Parker during her fight against leukemia.
When it was first published in 1997, The Course Syllabus became the gold standard reference for both new and experienced college faculty.
Like the first edition, this book is based on a learner-centered approach. Because faculty members are now deeply committed to engaging students in learning, the syllabus has evolved into a useful, if lengthy, document. Today's syllabus provides details about course objectives, requirements and expectations, and also includes information about teaching philosophies, specific activities and the rationale for their use, and tools essential to student success.
This is the only substantial and up-to-date reference work on the Ptolemaic army. Employing Greek and Egyptian papyri and inscriptions, and building on approaches developed in state-formation theory, it offers a coherent account of how the changing structures of the army in Egypt after Alexander's conquest led to the development of an ethnically more integrated society. A new tripartite division of Ptolemaic history challenges the idea of gradual decline, and emphasizes the reshaping of military structures that took place between c.220 and c.
160 BC in response to changes in the nature of warfare, mobilization and demobilization, and financial constraints. An investigation of the socio-economic role played by soldiers permits a reassessment of the cleruchic system and shows how soldiers' associations generated interethnic group solidarity. By integrating Egyptian evidence, Christelle Fischer-Bovet also demonstrates that the connection between the army and local temples offered new ways for Greeks and Egyptians to interact.
Bus Station: Unbound is a fable about about finding yourself in-between places and times, an interactive fiction where the narrative decisions lie in your own hands and a grown-up "Choose your own adventure" like none you've ever read before. If you like Tales of the Unexpected, Twin Peaks and Welcome to Night Vale, you'll love this. You're heading home for Christmas. There’s a snowstorm, the roads are gridlocked and you’re stranded in a bus station known as the North’s most monstrous building.
People here are behaving strangely.
A group of teenagers seem to have vanished into thin air. Your parents' marriage is on the rocks. The whole town is traumatised and grieving and snow falls and falls like it will never stop. Outside the church bells are ringing… Bus Station: Unbound is the first in a trilogy of fully interactive novels from Curious Tales, one which tracks your journey and presents different moods, characters, genres and styles depending on the choices you make.
Is this a satire about an iconic building under threat from a short-sighted council, a horror story about infernal retribution and the tyranny of choice or a tale of guilt, home, grief and forgetfulness? You decide. Read, remix and play again. CURIOUS TALES is an author-led publishing collective.
We specialise in the dark and the weird.
We pride ourselves on producing limited edition, print only anthologies, beautifully produced original artwork and design, innovative web-only projects and interactive, site-specific e-books.
This is the future of publishing.
It's the calm before the storm for the Angel Troupe. As they head toward Planet Lome, home of the anti-Eonia headquarters, the danger is growing. With Prince Shiva threatened, the Angel Troupe must focus on the mission at hand. Now if only Milfeulle can manage to think straight! So what if Ranpha and Takuto kiss? Why should it matter to her? For some reason, it keeps eating at her, but the enemy waits for no woman. Eonia and the Hell Hounds are on the move and the Elle Ciel is for the fight of its life!
But he is daddy’s best friend… Until the night everything changed Imogen Paige is your average twenty-three-year-old, curvy young waitress. She is the second child in a family of five children, headed by a single father struggling to make ends meet as an insurance salesman. She spends most of her day working and shares a room with two of her sisters, so when her father invites her out camping with his best friend, Tucker Travis, she jumps on the chance. Tucker's life is on a downward spiral – after losing his job in the market crash, his wife suffers a miscarriage, and leaves him. He is now a drunk and a gambler, a shadow of the man he used to be. Little do they know, one glorious, steamy night at Bailey Lake is about to change the unlikely pair's lives forever. Readers should be 18 and over due to mature situations and language. Special Discount Price: 0.99$! Get This Book FREE With Kindle Unlimited!