Author: Steve Arno
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date: 2014-07-30
This is a true story taken from a part of my adventurous life all facts are true as much as I can remember only the names are not true. There is no relation to any true person. I only used local names. I emphasis that the cave man did really exit and I have learned a lot of strange things from him but I never managed to understand his powers.
Betty Jane Rapin is a freelance writer who has published more than 250 articles, essays, stories, and poetry in magazines, newspapers, newsletters, Web sites, and three anthologies. She is the author of Dreams Designed by God for You, a study guide and workbook. Besides being a published writer, she is a minister, spiritual teacher, adult education teacher, a workshop facilitator, and inspirational and motivational speaker. Betty has appeared on many radio and television talk shows where she has been interviewed about her personal experiences with dreams, out-of-boy travel, near-death experiences, reincarnation, and many other related spiritual topics.
This second thrilling novel featuring Laurence Beaumont, the seductive, sardonic protagonist introduced in The Best of Men, blends history and fiction in a seventeenth century alive with intrigue, passion, violence, and wit, from the embattled court of King Charles I at Oxford where poisonous rivalries fester, to stately country estates and the colourful underworld of thieves and whores. 1643: England is descending into a bloodier Civil War, and Beaumont, born a nobleman's heir but with a shadowy past as a mercenary turncoat and spy, has been hired against his will as agent to the King's new Secretary of State, the manipulative Lord Digby. Still madly in love with the bewitching Isabella Savage, Beaumont is sent by Digby into enemy-held London to track down his counterpart, Parliament's twisted spymaster, who nourishes his own, very personal desire for revenge. Already Beaumont suspects he can trust no one, not even Isabella, who has deep ties to Digby. As power struggles seethe within the Royalist camp and Beaumont's tenuous faith in the King's cause is further eroded, he becomes haunted by nightmares portending two deaths: of the King, and of the Prince of Wales, for whom Beaumont cherishes a strong, protective bond. At home, as his father's health weakens, Beaumont's duty is to choose a respectable wife and carry on the ancient line, though to give up Isabella will devastate him. Worse yet, a visitor from his mother's Spanish past appears with a long-buried secret that could ultimately destroy the Beaumont family.
The Dark One: The Beginning In the first terrifying tale, you will be told the story of the Dark One, who is a demon that plagues the town of Corpus Mors. The fear he spreads is like a cancer, consuming all those he comes in contact with. It is a fast-paced read filled with suspense at every turn. Gore Orphanage In the second terrifying tale, the readers will be faced with another fast-paced story. It is the author’s favorite story he has written. It is a tale that will leave you guessing. This story is riddled with suspense and misdirection as four friends delve deep into the mystery of the fire that happened in 1896 at Gore Orphanage. Was it just an accident or something more sinister? Blood Harvest The last but definitely not least. This is the most popular story of Brandon Blair’s Three Terrifying Tales. It is a story that will leave you wanting more and constantly guessing. This is the first installment of his new series coming out in 2015. You’ll absolutely fall in love with this dark heartbreaking story and its characters.
The Gita teaches us the art of being total. Use your actions in an attitude of karma yoga, use your feelings in devotion in bhakti yoga, use your intellect for right understanding in jnana yoga and use your being in silence in dhyana yoga. The Bhagavad Gita helps us to tune to our inner pure state and denounce the illusion of security. Clarity, courage and wisdom are true security. Bhagavad Gita helps us to learn to draw energy from our inner state and achieve personal excellence. Swami Sukhabodhananda is the founder Chairman of Prasanna Trust. He is also the founder of the research wing of Prasanna Foundation, which focuses on the scientific aspects of meditation. His books have made many discover a new way of living life and his self-development programs have benefitted many in the corporate sectors and reputed institutions.