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#NEWRELEASE TREASURED MEMORIES by award-winning, multi-genre author Brenda Mohammed, is a collection of poems reflecting on beautiful moments in the author’s life. The author writes about her travels, marriage, the birth of her children, and the many successes in the lives of her family. The poems are all positive and motivational.
Briony Fairborn, a midwife in eighteenth-century Scotland, comes from a family shrouded in scandal. Left with only one friend after her mother’s death, she has little hope of gaining any others, let alone finding a husband. Instead, Briony tries to live a quiet life and avoid her neighbors’ ridicule as much as possible. But things in Everton take a drastic turn when a storm brings foreigners to the village docks.
A marriage of convenience leads to a life of passion and purpose. A shared vision transforms the American landscape forever. New York, 1858: Mary, a young widow with three children, agrees to marry her brother-in-law Frederick Law Olmsted, who is acting on his late brother’s deathbed plea to "not let Mary suffer”. But she craves more than a marriage of convenience and sets out to win her husband’s love. Beginning with Central Park in New York City, Mary joins Fred on his quest to create a '...
When her sister mysteriously dies, Fern takes over the care of her baby nephew. She has no idea that his missing father wasn't an ordinary man or that baby Baird is heir to the throne of Elfland. Two rival elvish princes invade Fern's life--one hostile, the other alluring. One wants to kill the child, the other to guard him. But both intend to take him away from her...
Dragons have arrived. One of them has eaten the district's cattle, which is not only a stomach-ache waiting to happen but is also against dragon law. The cowardly dragon hiding down by the creek is the only harmless dragon. Can fairy princess turned mortal Rebecca convince him to stand up to his bully brothers without getting both of them burned alive?
Fairy princess turned mortal, Rebecca discovers her horse Sally has unexpectedly given birth to a filly. Rebecca names the newborn Saturday. In the midst of joy, a monster tries to kill them. Protecting her horses isn't Rebecca's only problem. Hiding the fact that Saturday has the ability to speak the human language and is growing wings is becoming a big problem all its own.
Fairy princess turned mortal, Rebecca has a new cousin staying with her. Lianna and Prince Willdom are stolen by a troll while at the market. But Rebecca wants to know why, especially when she discovers that her cousin's loom was also stolen. Does the fact that Lianna is the finest weaver in the kingdom have anything to do with her kidnapping? And why was Prince Willdom taken with her?
Three wizards have moved into Rebecca's district with nasty hobgoblins in tow. Why are they so helpful, giving free bags of potatoes to everyone? Rebecca finds out the tainted potatoes keep all that eat them under the spell of the wizards. Rebecca and the house goblins struggle to destroy the potatoes, but the wizards are busy planting more of the horror harvest throughout the districts. Nearly everyone is now under their control. Rebecca is helped by the three old sisters and a bridge troll to...
Once a fairy princess made mortal, Rebecca discovers treachery among the dwarves in the kingdom. In the race to reach the ogres who have imprisoned the missing royal heir, Lejon, Rebecca, her owl, dwarf George, and Billy the house goblin use dangerous underground streams.
Rebecca--once upon a time a fairy princess--has a new teacher: Sneaky, meanie Miss Baroom. The new teacher is actually a powerful and wicked witch who prowls the district after dark riding a bewitched human. Rebecca sets out to discover how a powerful wicked witch got into their quiet district. With the help of the house goblins and her owl, Rebecca must stop Miss Baroom before dreadful things happen to everyone.