When not cuddling inn signs in her beloved Scottish mountains alongside Mr Shey, Shehanne Moore writes dark and smexy historical romance, featuring bad boys who need a bad girl to sort them out. She firmly believes everyone deserves a little love, forgiveness and a second chance in life. Shehanne caused general apoplexy when she penned her first story, The Hore House Mystery—aged seven. From there she progressed to writing plays for her classmates, stories for her classmates, plays for real, comic book libraries for girls, various newspaper articles, ghost writing, nonfiction writing, and magazine editing. Stories for real were what she really wanted to write though and, having met with every rejection going, she sat down one day to write a romance, her way. What hasn’t she worked at while pursuing her dream of becoming a published author? Shehanne still lives in Scotland, with her husband Mr Shey. She has two daughters. When not writing intriguing historical romance, where goals and desires of sassy, unconventional heroines and ruthless men, mean worlds collide, she plays the odd musical instrument and loves what in any other country, would not be defined, as hill-walking HIS JUDAS BRIDE – SHEHANNE MOORE Desiring her could be murder. To love, honor, and betray… To get back her son, she will stop at nothing… Dire circumstances have forced Kara McGurkie to forget she’s a woman. Dire circumstances force her to swear to love and honor, to help destroy a clan, when it means getting back her son. But when dire circumstances force her to seduce her fiancé’s brother on the eve of the wedding, will the dark secrets she holds and her greatest desire be enough to save her from his powerful allure? To save his people, neither will he… Since his wife’s murder, Callm McDunnagh, the Black Wolf of Lochalpin, ruthlessly guards heart and glen from dangerous intruders. But from the moment he first sees Kara he knows he must possess her, even though surrendering to his passion may prove the most dangerous risk of all. She has nothing left to fear except love itself… Now only Kara can decide what passion can save or destroy, and who will finally learn the truth of the words… Till death do us part.
The Old Man and the Sea is one of Hemingway's most famous novels. The old fisherman Santiago has caught nothing for eighty-four days. Then things change. Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 – July 2, 1961) was an American novelist, short story writer, and journalist. His economical and understated style had a strong influence on 20th-century fiction, while his life of adventure and his public image influenced later generations. Hemingway produced most of his work between the mid-1920s and the mid-1950s and won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954. He published seven novels, six short story collections, and two non-fiction works. Additional works, including three novels, four short story collections, and three non-fiction works, were published posthumously. Many of his works are considered classics of American literature. Giancarlo Rossini Real ePublisher Ernest Hemingway, Writer Born: 21 July 1899 Birthplace: Oak Park, Illinois Died: 2 July 1961 (suicide) Best Known As: Famously manly author of For Whom the Bell Tolls Hemingway is one of the 20th century's most famous American writers. His books include The Sun Also Rises (1926), A Farewell to Arms (1929), and For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940). Hemingway's plainspoken no-frills writing style became so famous that it was (and is) frequently parodied. His dashing machismo was almost as famous as his writing: he lived in Paris, Cuba and Key West, fancied bullfighting and big game hunting, and served as a war correspondent in WWII and the Spanish Civil War. He sealed his own notoriety when he killed himself with a shotgun in 1961. Hemingway was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954... Hemingway is sometimes called by his familiar nickname "Papa"... His birthdate is sometimes listed in error as 1898. According to a 1954 article in the New York Times, "In most reference books and in his own conversation he is one year older because he gave 1898 as his birth date when he tried to enlist [in the army] early in 1917, and stuck to that date ever since"... Hemingway's father also committed suicide, shooting himself with a Civil War pistol in 1928. Works: Novels • (1925) The Torrents of Spring • (1926) The Sun Also Rises • (1929) A Farewell to Arms • (1937) To Have and Have Not • (1940) For Whom the Bell Tolls • (1950) Across the River and Into the Trees • (1952) The Old Man and the Sea (1962) Adventures of a Young Man • (1970) Islands in the Stream • (1986) The Garden of Eden Nonfiction • (1932) Death in the Afternoon • (1935) Green Hills of Africa • (1960) The Dangerous Summer • (1964) A Moveable Feast • (2003) Ernest Hemingway Selected Letters 1917-1961 • (2005) Under Kilimanjaro Short story collections • (1923) Three Stories and Ten Poems • (1925) In Our Time • (1927) Men Without Women • (1932) The Snows of Kilimanjaro • (1933) Winner Take Nothing • (1938) The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories • (1947) The Essential Hemingway • (1953) The Hemingway Reader • (1972) The Nick Adams Stories • (1976) The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway • (1995) Collected Stories
Nonfiction writer Benry Noir is single and needs a date for a wedding. If he doesn't attend the fun-filled function, the two grooms (and his dearest life-long friends) will be offended. The wedding can't be missed, and Benry doesn’t want to go alone, so he places an ad online for the perfect date. When the advertisement fails, he decides to borrow his best friend’s lover Just for a few days.<br><br>Just’s boyfriend Armin loves his mate, but sometimes he seems to like work and travel more. When Benry first asks to borrow Just for the wedding, Armin refuses. But an opportunity to take a trip to Greece changes his mind. Still, Armin has strict rules the two men must follow, or there will be hell to pay.<br><br>When Benry and Just are alone together, they’re on their best behavior and act as complete gentlemen. As hard as it might be to resist Just’s charms, Benry manages to comply with Armin’s rules. But once the wedding is in full swing and alcohol flows freely, the rules are forgotten, unravel, and break.<br><br>Will their indiscretions ruin Benry’s friendship with Armin? He thinks he has found the perfect mate, but will things work out between them, or will Just disappear when the weekend ends?
When not cuddling inn signs in her beloved Scottish mountains alongside Mr Shey, Shehanne Moore writes dark and smexy historical romance, featuring bad boys who need a bad girl to sort them out. She firmly believes everyone deserves a little love, forgiveness and a second chance in life. Shehanne caused general apoplexy when she penned her first story, The Hore House Mystery—aged seven. From there she progressed to writing plays for her classmates, stories for her classmates, plays for real, comic book libraries for girls, various newspaper articles, ghost writing, nonfiction writing, and magazine editing. Stories for real were what she really wanted to write though and, having met with every rejection going, she sat down one day to write a romance, her way. What hasn’t she worked at while pursuing her dream of becoming a published author? Shehanne still lives in Scotland, with her husband Mr Shey. She has two daughters. When not writing intriguing historical romance, where goals and desires of sassy, unconventional heroines and ruthless men, mean worlds collide, she plays the odd musical instrument and loves what in any other country, would not be defined, as hill-walking Genoa 1820 Rule One: There will be no kissing. Rule two: You will be fully clothed at all times… Widowed Lady Fury Shelton hasn’t lost everything—yet. As long as she produces the heir to the Beaumont dukedom, she just might be able to keep her position. And her secrets. But when the callously irresistible Captain James “Flint” Blackmoore sails back into her life, Lady Fury panics. She must find a way to protect herself—and her future—from the man she’d rather see rotting in hell than sleeping in her bed. If she must bed him to keep her secrets, so be it. But she doesn’t have to like it. A set of firm rules for the bedroom will ensure that nothing goes awry. Because above all else, she must stop herself from wanting the one thing that Flint can never give her. His heart. Ex-privateer Flint Blackmoore has never been good at following the rules. Now, once again embroiled in a situation with the aptly named Lady Fury, he has no idea why he doesn’t simply do the wise thing and walk away. He knows he’s playing with fire, and that getting involved with her again is more dangerous than anything on the high seas. But he can’t understand why she’s so determined to hate him. He isn’t sure if the secret she keeps will make things harder—or easier—for him, but as the battle in the bedroom heats up, he knows at least one thing. Those silly rules of hers will have to go…
Gerald Acers is given powers and abilities by the World Saver System. Time on his world freezes when he is sent to other worlds to eradicate invaders. When his mission is completed he is given rewards based on how well he completed his jobs. The rewards allow him to take certain items or abilities home with him. In his everyday life, Gerald tries to stay out of trouble but it seems to have a way to find him. While his family has military and government association, Gerald is an author by trade. While the world sees him as a popular fiction writer, he himself knows that he writes nonfiction. He turns his adventures in other worlds into stories that he sells for profit.
Caution: Under Revising. "You're not from around this world, aren't you?" The male protagonist gripped her chin as her meeting his gaze against her will.. His hard stare was met with her glaring onyx eyes whilst he pulled her closer to stare straight into his sight. She expressed her willingness after her futile resistance. Losing her composure for a brief moment of warmth. "He is one of the strongest protagonists. One wrong move from him will lead you to your death." She warned herself as she eyed at him carefully. - Aiylla Shana, who used to be a spoiled brat, lived her life with luxury only privileged that no one has. She was rich, haughty, and selfish. Due to her ill-mannered attitude, the karma played her turning her life into a miserable state, tasting her own medicine, by getting bed-ridden for her whole life. Everyone mocked her on her current stage. Being bedridden, there's nothing she could do, but to read books in her spare time. Her interests bloom when she started reading and became a writer as her hobby. No one knew she created a world through her writings. In the end, she met her demise with regrets that originated from her past mistakes, and her view of purpose in life. If only she wasn't hard-headed in the first place, she would have become a writer and continue to finish her book, then live a better life! As the table turns, she was turned into a mob after her death, transmigrating one of her historical novels she has written. Realizing she was given a second chance, this time she'll live her life to the fullest. - Volumes: Volume 1: Slowly Drifting Away 1-40-50 Genre: Urban Romance, Nonfiction ❃ more into MC's flashbacks stories ❃ random scenes ❃ modern life ❃ sad-romance ❃ CEO-type Volume 2: Dystoria Region (Transmigrated) 40-100-200+ Genre: Contemporary Romance, Eastern Fantasy ❃ MC's Transmigration ❃ Try to stay alive in the fantasy world ❃ A world far from fantasy she had imagined ❃ The Revelation of Truth about her purpose Volume 3: Back to Earth 300+ Genre: Grim reaper role, Paranormal ❃ Truth Prevails ❃ Chaos of Soul World ❃ Upcoming Crisis Volume 4: Their Paths Crossed Again 400+ Genre: Action, Mystery - Cultivation ❃ Going back to the world where she mustn't be exists ❃ Rebirth of the Creator ❃ The Tragic Path of her Characters Volume 5: Unknown Phenomenon 500+ Genre: Action, Supernatural ❃ Cold War between Deities - Update only after 2-3 days! A/n: Please always refresh or remove the book and add it again on the library to avoid the old version of the chapters. This book is under revised.. it would be common to see changes on the lines everytime. Not a translation story, but an original piece of mine. M18 - this story contains depictions of violence, sexuality, strong language, and/or other mature scenes. This story was also expected dramas, twists n turns, with violent unstable personality such as mood swings, obsessive and possessive from the main characters. So, be warned. Covers designed by yours truly. The art is an exception. I found it from Pinterest and credits to the owner who owned it. This cover is only for temporary placed. - A/N: Bear my cringiest for now, this is my first serious draft. Don't expect too much for this novel, the author here will just bring you down ^^ Contact: Insta: myh3qrtwhisper_ Discord Id: rishamyrs #9389 Join Our Discord Server to discuss the novel with me: https://discord.gg/7s9XUrjgt2
Alexander Cartwright was a 20 year old billionaire he created the first full functional nuclear defense shield. He always had a want to protect others. He loved reading comics about superheroes. So when the worst day of his life when he gets a chance to be one he takes it. How could he possibly know that his heroic act made a God look favorable on him and decides to reincarnate him into his favorite hero world. My character have no relation to any nonfiction works and similarity are coincidences. All characters are based off semi original works and stories.
|7X WATTPAD FEATURED AND SPOLIGHT STORY| Saddened by her lonely life, a little girl named Victoria Christie uses her inventive imagination to write stories. Now that she's an older individual, she must find a way to share her tale with the world. *** Victoria Christie never expected to be a writer, but everything changed in 4th grade when she annoyed her mother at a barber shop. She told Victoria to write in her school notebook, which sparked her daughter's life-long passion for writing. Now, many years later, Victoria is eager to share her story-through an interactive novel that showcases how her writing has changed overtime and what hardships she faced in order to keep her island of personality-especially after her brother's unfortunate death in 2021. With the power of writing and her brother's legacy about her becoming a successful author, will Victoria's old stories spark the interest of an audience? Will they interact with her and tell her how her incomplete pieces should end, or will Victoria forever remain an undiscovered author? This is an anthology of my old stories. Most are incomplete, so it's up to my audience to decide how they should end. This is the story of how I became Viktoria Fyodorova. Let the cringe begin! *** What You'll Find in This Book: 1.) 35 fun-filled chapters of my oldest stories. 2.) 11 short memoir stories--no more than 1,000 words each--that share the most important times of my writing career. 3.) A whole overview of my history as a writer! 4.) There's also a bonus chapter about how this memoir came to be! Genre (s): Creative Nonfiction/Coming-of-Age, with a touch of Magical Realism. Word Count: 200,000-250,000
Shay Williams is a 5 year old girl who has no idea that life can be great but, than life can take you on some dark paths. Trying to survive her day to day life this Nonfictional, Suspenseful, Loving, AND Heartbreaking story will take you on a journey like never before. Get a chance to look through the eyes of Shay Williams and all that she has and will endure on the first ever book of the series.
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Dillon Vera is a fairly normal yet insecure sixteen-year-old trying to figure out the new problems he faces in the midst of puberty. With very complicated social and home lives, which takes its toll on him and the people around him, he seeks to find something, or someone, to fill the hole in his heart. In many ways, he is very different, and this causes him a lot pain and much sadness. At the same time, that difference will bring him incredible joy, much laughter, and intense love. This series is a nonfictional written account of Dillon's life over the span of eight years, and each book is equivalent to one year. That being said, since it is his real story, nothing is censored or edited out. This is a wonderful story for mature readers only. See Dillon's life from his and one other as of yet unknown person's vantage point, and walk along side them as they traverse through this wonderful, yet very problematic world.
THE CHRONICLES OF LOVE is a narrative nonfiction and a stimulating edition of love tales. It was set in place to convey a striking message of love to every teenager, bachelor, spinster, and even couples of all ages. Unfortunately, many people have overtime given a wrong interpretation to the term love. Love is an action that split forth a decent aura in its region of orchestration. It transpires from the feeling that a virtuous character espouses. The effects, love transpire provides an individual with a quantum lift. Besides, not just an individual alone benefit from love. Nations to do. In this edition, you'll be sailing across thrilling tales that will entrust you with a quantum lift. A good number of them, includes The Andibilia's Tale, Couples and Newborns, Don't slip away, Delilah the Barber, and the host of other interesting tales. This isn't just tales but sets of inspiring mysteries set in space for your uplift. Love isn't just a feeling as many individuals felt. It is a reality. Everyone wants to be loved, appreciated and you know, cared for. But the question here is this: how many truly understand what the term love details? For this reason, this book was set in space for your uplift. It is time to skip being a mediocre. Common, click on the link, get a copy of this edition, and begin your adventure of ecstasy.
Leonie is a student writer and the vice- president of their school’s literary club where she already published diverse creative fiction and nonfiction output. That summer, their school opened a competition about writing a story- blog where it will be followed by the school’s students and others who find the story very powerful. The student who will win the competition shall be given full scholar for the coming school year. With the power of the quill, she will write a story where she could change her life.
The Miami run is a nonfiction recounting of my time spent as a hot shot delivery driver based in N. Texas, USA first alone then with my faithful dog Boomer. I will dive into the adventures and more often my misadventures criss-crossing this huge nation delivering things that had to get there yesterday. IMPORTANCE NOTE; This short novel is 100% factual however many of the names and company names will be omitted or changed to protect the privacy of those I know and of my customers.
Book Covers 100thRD.COM, VIA AMAZON.COM (29) Books everyone should read From the best fiction books to the best nonfiction books, there are so many excellent titles collected in libraries and bookstores around the world. So how do you know when one belongs among the best books of all time? Well, we believe the best books open our minds to new characters, points of view, and worlds. They stay with us long after the last page is read. They make us want to share them with everyone. That’s true of all the tomes on our list of the best books of all time. To land in the top 100, a book needed to truly stand out in the stacks. We considered best sellers, award winners, and books that are highly rated by readers and critics alike. Many have been made into blockbuster movies. Many are taught in schools today. Many have snagged spots on other “best of” lists published by the likes of the New York Times, The Guardian, NPR, PBS, Time magazine, and more. And most have had profound impacts on literature, culture, or the world in general. Our list includes everything from classics to new favorites, the best biographies to the best children’s books. Ready? Let’s dive in!
1946, Betty McDonald’s whimsical autobiography was as popular as baked beans; now it’s almost completely forgotten, but, tellingly, still in print. Alas, after an hour or two with The Egg & I, it was excruciatingly obvious that Betty McDonald’s book is not a classic. On some weeks, there might be as many as five competing challenges for each nonfiction slot, but rarely as straightforward as this. Literary classics cluster on the north face of Parnassus. For this vertiginous terrain there are different sherpas. Italo Calvino says that a classic is “a book that has never finished what it wants to say”. Ezra Pound identifies “a certain eternal and irresponsible freshness”; TS Eliot, much more astringent, observed in The Sacred Wood that “no modern language can hope to produce a classic, in the sense I have called Virgil a classic”. Alan Bennett wryly notes: “Definition of a classic: a book everyone is assumed to have read and often thinks they have.” Among nonfiction classics, the most treacherous category is that creature beloved of publishers – “the contemporary classic”. A second cousin to that notorious impostor is the “instant classic”. Such books will have been judged by slippery criteria: popular and literary critical fashion, a changing marketplace and new technology, bestseller lists and hype. In the past 100 years, a familiar palette of blurbish adjectives has given shape and colour to a moving target: provocative, outrageous, prophetic, groundbreaking, funny, disturbing, revolutionary, moving, inspiring, life-changing, subversive… a portrait of sir walter raleigh wearing a brocaded and beaded doublet The 100 best nonfiction books: No 99 – The History of the World by Walter Raleigh (1614) Read more This list raises another troubling question: is nonfiction “the new fiction”? There are some good writers who will argue that this is so, but I believe that nonfiction (which can sometimes successfully bring together many genres) is not, strictly speaking, a genre of its own. Creatively – yes – using narrative techniques borrowed from fiction, it’s possible to give certain kinds of nonfiction the aura of a distinct new genre. Yet, at the end of the day, “nonfiction” fractures into time-hallowed categories such as philosophy, memoir, history, reportage and poetry (see below), etc. This is particularly true of “nonfiction classics” from the 18th and 19th centuries, titles such as A Treatise of Human Nature by David Hume or On Liberty by JS Mill. By that yardstick, a recent classic will be quite distinct, chiefly because its literary and cultural milieu is so different
Does reading books all day (and getting paid for it) sound like the dream? What about controlling how much you work and how much you make? And are you yearning to do meaningful work to help others achieve their goals? This is the work of a book coach. We help writers through ideation, planning, drafting, and editing. We serve as craft experts, project managers, cheerleaders, and more. We do challenging work that’s also fulfilling and fun. This job is relatively new—though writers have gotten support, coaching, and editorial help from other places for centuries. And as more writers pursue both traditional and self-publishing, book coaching is poised to explode. It’s a great time for people who are looking to change careers to consider book coaching for their next chapter. But despite all the benefits, you still might ask: Is becoming a book coach right for me? If you’re just starting to consider this, or you’ve been on the fence for a while, here are answers to the questions that might be holding you back. How do I know that I’m qualified to be a book coach? The great thing about book coaching is that it doesn’t require any qualifications. That’s not to say that just anyone can start coaching tomorrow. But all the knowledge and skills that book coaching requires can be taught! (You can click here to download a syllabus for our Book Coach Certification program.) So if anyone could theoretically become a book coach, how do you know if you’d be well-suited to it? And will you like it? If you have most of these characteristics, you probably have the makings of a good coach. You must love books Perhaps this one goes without saying, but if you’re going to work all day at helping people write books, you should love books. Not only is this crucial to your enjoyment of coaching, but it also makes you better prepared to help others. When you read consistently, you further your understanding of the craft and you stay on top of trends in the industry. You must have or be willing to develop comfort with the creative process Calling it a process implies that things are straightforward, however the creative process is anything but. It’s messy, iterative, and deeply emotional. Is that something you can withstand? And can you help guide someone else through those trials? Fortunately, you don’t have to come to coaching with this skillset fully developed already, but you must be open to working on it because your writers will look to you, as their coach, for direction when the creative process challenges them. You must have or be willing to develop comfort with A significant aspect of book coaching–regardless of whether you work in fiction or nonfiction–is project management. Writing a book is big, and often unwieldy, undertaking, which is why so many writers struggle to make much progress on their own. You must know or be willing to learn about the marketplace If you choose to coach writers whose ultimate goal is publishing, you have to have an understanding of the market and what publishers and/or readers will expect. Yes, writing is a craft, but it’s also a business, and anyone who wants to produce a successful book has to weigh the business with the craft. As a book coach, writers will look to you with questions about publishing and more, so you have to be willing to equip yourself with the answers. You like to work one-on-one There are avenues for coaches, like teaching courses and holding retreats, that don’t involve one-on-one work, but most coaching is done this way. Working one-on-one is simply the most efficient approach to help a writer progress quickly because you’re entirely focused on their story and helping them address their unique needs. If that suits you too, you’ll love the ability to zero in on one writer at a time.