Some people like to be prepared for anything, but there are certain situations where this is not possible. Situations where everything can change in the blink of an eye or where it becomes almost impossible to discern what is real.
A little girl named Ava is walking home one day with her grandfather when she notices a large old dog following them. The dog follows them all the way home, but Ava’s mother has set no to pets, especially ones that are old and very smelly.
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Even before Dolly, the sheep, became the first mammal successfully cloned, the topic generated a lot of speculation and controversy.
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The sheer immensity of space and the extremely hostile conditions for humans have made it a favorite setting for horror stories.
Ever the Night Road by Michael Breen is a richly imagined coming-of-age fantasy that will intrigue readers who enjoy complex world-building and deep character motivation.
Everyone has experienced love for someone or something, but this love can become an all-consuming obsession for some people. While some were able to channel their obsessions into greatness for others, it destroyed their lives as well as the lives of those around them.
Dr. Heidi Davidson and her husband, Dr. Peter Davidson, accomplish one of the most incredible medical breakthroughs in history by restarting the brains of two brain-dead babies.
On the surface, Moby-Dick is a tale of revenge as Ahab, captain of the whaling ship Pequod, seeks out the whale that bit off his leg.
Gitte Tamar - Isolation, Terrifying Entities and Vodou
FEATURED AUTHOR - Brigitte, "Gitte," Tamar was born in a small rural Oregon town. She attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, until she won the title of Miss Oregon USA in 2015. Once she finished competing in the Miss USA televised program, she received her business degree from Southern New Hampshire University. Then, her MA in Studies of Law from the University of Southern California, followed by graduate certificates in business law, entertainment law, and industries.