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Men love Mark Mallon. He talks to them. He talks to a lot of them. He drinks with them. He’s not always easy with them. Mallon has a lot of friends in his life. Reid is a spirited man with an amusing temperament. Sometimes a sole mate is the one who walks beside you. John is a dedicated priest and Mallon’s confidant. Sometimes a soul mate is the one who guides you. Tom is a lifelong friend who mingles his affection with antagonism. And sometimes a mate reminds you that you’re very much alone.
Mark Mallon has a lot of friction in his life. He is an abrasive man and an inspired writer. He is profane; he is profound. Mallon isn’t the man he could have been. He’s not living with loss; he’s living as less. How will Mallon thrive? He’ll keep you posted.
POST MARKED is not a work of fiction. POST MARKED is not a work of fact. POST MARKED is a work of friction. In the tradition of classical literature, POST MARKED is an epic allegorical novel restructured into an innovative form.
The six Olympic hopefuls are Jayna in basketball, Lexi in rowing, Andrea in kayaking, Vincent in swimming, Yasmine in the marathon, and JJ in rowing. To make it to the top, each must overcome their personal demons. In the process, their bodies, dreams, and relationships will falter and crumble as they fight for a spot at the Olympic Games. In an arena this cutthroat, few will make it, while the rest will have to justify a lifetime’s investment in attaining an athletic prowess that eventually failed to make the cut.
Juxtaposed alongside the athletes’ stories is the sordid tale of Sam. As he knows all too well, there are many different kinds of losing, from losing the race to losing oneself. In his search for God and stability, what he encounters are their opposites. His own involvement with terrorism becomes a violent and pathetic attempt to redeem himself from personal failures.
This stirring fictionalized account drips with authenticity from the author’s own experiences as an Olympic athlete. Ultimately, The Games is an absorbing tale of false gods, from the search for belonging and redemption to loneliness and personal suffering. In their quest for athletic glory, these ultra-competitive athletes will learn a lifetime’s knowledge of what it means to win and to fail.
Tea is one of the most popular beverages worldwide. It can help you to wake up in the morning, get through your day or get to sleep at night – in fact, it can even improve your health.
Although all tea, with the exception of herbal tea, can be traced back to one plant, no two teas are alike. So, how do you know which tea to drink? Not only that, but how do you brew a perfect cup of tea at home? Are tea bags better or worse than tea leaves? How long should you let the water boil?
Those are all good questions. After all, the world of tea can be quite confusing. We have created this in-depth tea drinking book in order to teach you anything you ever wanted to know about tea and tea drinking. For example, have you often wondered about the difference between regular tea and herbal tea? Do you wonder exactly how healthy tea is? Do you wonder where tea is grown and how it is processed? Well, this guide has all of those answers and more.
So, sit back, settle in and be prepared to learn exactly why tea is one of the most popular beverages on the planet – and then put the kettle on!
A convicted murderer desperate to prove his own innocence, and a serial killer with a list of victims dating back to the 1970′s. The only thing the two seem to have in common is their link to investigative reporter Erin Solomon’s own father. Her investigation leads her down a path of dark secrets, painful truths, and deadly obsessions as Erin struggles to prove to that her father truly was the man she remembers. When she and fellow reporter “Diggs” Diggins are forced into the northern Maine woods by someone intent on making them pawns in a diabolical game of cat and mouse, it will take everything they have to get out alive, and finally learn the truth about Erin’s father’s past — and the trail of bodies in his wake.
Please note that this novel is not a cozy mystery; contains some adult language and situations.
Dark Entry is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents in the work are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.