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The Promise: New Man and Its Relationship to the Universe (E-book Book 1)

by Sh’nette Sh’nette

Imagine a book that is written as if the storyteller stands before you and recites the tale as you follow along. You absorb every gesture, every intonation and cadence, and every facial expression.

The Promise is a short, melodic narrative told in five poetic acts:

1. Earth: the mother of all beings gives birth to a beautiful baby planet.
2. Man: out of the inhabitants on the planet arose a malicious creature.
3. God: the creature sought guidance from an entity unlike itself.
4. Self: when the entity’s guidance fails, an individual is compelled to set all things right.
5. Spirit: solitude amidst an arduous journey reveals the unexpected.

The Promise recounts a satirical relationship interwoven between man, world, and universe. A bit of mystical element helps shape the tale from commencement as it describes the birth of Earth. The baby planet is guarded by celestial bodies, such as Sun and Moon, that are personified as perceptive beings. Over the course of the story the entire heaven of celestial bodies must contemplate how far the mother of Earth will go to save her child from the destructive force of Man. Hints of science fiction pulls the reader through to the end as a chosen individual sets out to reach the heavens.

A small animation is available for viewing on YouTube:

Sh’nette was inspired by books and writers such as: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran, Animal Farm by George Orwell, and short stories by Philip K Dick. Also, she is fond of the television series The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits.

Best Children’s Animal Picture Book #4 (1)

by Gary Moore

Every page is crafted to give the reader new types of animal fun! Each
picture is carefully selected to wet the appetite for more funny
pictures to give the eyes treasures to feast on. Each picture draws you
on to more funny animals and the problems, that they can get into!

Your child will delight in wanting just one more look with the
parent. Enjoy the fun together of sharing best animal picture book #4,
each new picture to give fun and delight. Enjoy the giggles together!

Skills Unrealized

by Bob Olson

Skills Unrealized describes Bob Olson’s lifelong malpractice of many skills. Whimsical ineptitude is his special talent. Bob’s journey through failure includes hilarious clumsiness, poignant oversight and occasional accomplishment as he stumbles toward success and contentment.

Skills Unrealized helps every reader appreciate shortcomings and enjoy the parody of accomplishment.

Cousins’ Club

by Warren Alexander

“Written with a sharp, satiric blade…Cousins’ Club reminded me strongly of Tristram Shandy.” – Readers’ Favorite

When a grandmother gets tired of being the matriarch of the least successful Jewish family in America, she begins to consult mystical, medieval texts.

She is determined that their next born grandchild will be a genius who changes their fortunes. Convinced that no one in her clan is smart enough to raise a genius by themselves, she decides that the child will be passed from household to household to gain their collective wisdom.

A picaresque romp set in 1950’s Brooklyn, Cousins’ Club is a delightful escape filled with unusual events, radical rogues, cockeyed intellectuals and pie-eyed strivers. In the end, this family story begs the question: how wrong can a grandmother be?

Semi-finalist for the 2017 Booklife Prize for General Fiction

Praise for COUSINS’ CLUB:
“Mix a little Alfred Hitchcock, Agatha Christie, some history of lower Manhattan circa 50’s & 60’s and throw it all into a pot of hysterical Jewish humor. Cousins’ Club is a delightful read!” – George Landress
“…a real achievement.” – Publishers Weekly

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