In this short story collection, author Peggy Marceaux tantalizes you with astronaut cat adventures, a ghost gun causing chaos, and a planet that cowboys fear.
AstroCats, Trapped in Space
Three Molly cats rocket into outer space where are they walk on the moon, then jet over to the international space station. Deuteronomy and Jelly Roll each have near death experiences, before they travel to the Tabby star and return home. Yet, instead of a long rest, they are directed back into space and this time their mission is Mars!
Chasing a Ghost
A valuable, George Washington Flint Lock Saddle Pistol is bequeathed to Billie Mac’s sister, and by golly that better be where it stays. Every time it is moved from her home, or is stolen, the person involved with it, is killed—by the gun itself; no one else has a “hand” on it. Right?
Two spacemen who work the Borealis colors have a little too much lager one night and, quite unexpectedly, lasso a comet. That comet whisks them through a black hole that, ultimately, leads them to the hell planet. This was an experience they wouldn’t have taken even on a dare.More info →
There is a time for everything, and a poem for every activity under the sun. A time to weep and a time to be sad, a time to laugh and a time to get mad. This book has a bit of everything, even the bazaar, so enjoy every rhyme, like I have - so far!
Kathleen J. Shields is a prolific award-winning writer of multiple genres, primarily Children’s and Christian fiction. Her goal is to inspire readers through her stories (& poetry) with hopes of bringing a little extra light into the world. Poetry has always been a first-love for Kathleen. It has been her go-to since childhood. Thinking in rhyme, feeling the tune in her heart, with goals of sharing her ‘song’ with others. Enjoy!More info →
After successfully launching “Journeys into Darkness and Light” a collection of short stories in April 2015, André Nguyễn Văn Châu penned three longer fiction works included within “Night and Day”.
These multi-faceted stories follow the characters into dark despair so they can overcome their ordeals in order to start believing again. The point of departure might be sin, crime, or a moment of weakness, but the end-game is redemption, a violent confrontation with fate, and enlightenment.
Always depicting the men and women of his stories with tenderness and respect Van Chau illustrates their pain, defeat, triumph, and joy as if these emotions were his own. When the final confrontation leads to the possibility of redemption or an invitation to holiness, you know you will walk away from these stories with a new perspective.
Here are but a few of many true adventures offered to you in story and poem with a snapshot for each. A rare introduction to cowboy life on the vast ranges of central Arizona. For a taste of real ranch life read this introduction to future books written by an author who has experienced it all from the back of a cow-horse. A steed as tough and as wild as the mountains and rocky
canyons they daily traveled. Come along with him and know first hand these exciting days. Quickly now!
“There Ain’t many Of Us Left” THE LAST DK COWBOY
Young puppy Riley is learning what it's like to be on lookout duty for daddy. It's a lonely job, thankless, and quite boring! So this little guy creates a fun new game that just happens to go various shades of wrong. His high jinx causes all sorts of commotion at all the wrong moments - but the question remains - is there a lesson to be learned?More info →
Born in Vietnam in 1935, André Nguyễn Văn Châu grew up in the midst of wars; enduring intense emotions ranging between hopes and disappointment to joys and sorrows. Many of the stories he penned in 'Journeys into Darkness and Light' set tragic characters against terrible odds. Most of them triumphed over their despair, or accepted their demise with superhuman courage. Later in his life the author lived and worked in scores of countries where men and women from different parts of the world, especially in Africa, shared the same joys and sorrows with their Vietnamese contemporaries. He spoke of them and shared their stories with the same tenderness, complicity, and emotional intensity. The brevity of these stories considerably enhances the general theme. It highlights the loneliness, alienation, terror in the face of the passing of time and death, in the characters, and also their surging moments of happiness and hope.More info →
Snapshots From Home is a short-story collection written to open discussions between parents and teens on real topics that face kids today. The book covers a myriad of subjects such as suicide, divorce, sexting, abuse and many others. Every story is written from the view-point of the teenager who is in or close to the situation. It is the author's wish that it helps people get out of their comfort zones and into discussing the issues at hand.More info →