The Dark Side of the Woods. How could Sadie have lived so long in this town without knowing it was harboring a very old secret? The dark side of the woods was a place she walked by nearly every single day and it seemed perfectly normal. But one day, she realized, nothing that walked in there, walked back out. Curses and wolves are somehow entangled in Sadie's new romance, and a gruesome transformation threatens to change everything she has ever known. She's the only one who can save her town, her love, and herself.
It has to end where it started, in the center of the forest. Gem is mourning her grandmother and baby boy, losing one to cancer and the baby by the hands of her abusive husband.
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She was raised by her grandmother when her hippie mother abandoned her; she never knew her father. Her best friend, Carolyn from high school, has comforted her through these tragedies. As well as her deceased grandmother, whom Gem feels is still with her, making her laugh, and still teaching her. Gem struggles to begin her life, again. Landing a new job, she bonds with a special needs child. After a terrorist attack occurs, she loses another chance at happiness.
Bent but not broken, she recovers to discover a genuine love and strength within herself. As long kept secrets about her grandmother are revealed, Gem finds her place, and a family. Her past and her future become reconciled, in heaven and on earth. Guiding a teenage Kyle through the pitfalls of life is not an easy task especially when there are devastating roadblocks such as depression and an identity crisis. His mother finally accepts that there is a problem and she searches for answers to help him accept who he actually is. Born into a world beyond her understanding, Mercy is confused by her childhood experiences of abandonment, neglect, and abuse.
She stubbornly questions the cultural expectations and gender inequality for women during the s. Although she struggles with insecurities, she learns to bravely navigate her own destiny and persists in overcoming insurmountable odds. Despite her rigid upbringing, Mercy dreams of a life beyond her beloved Appalachian Mountains, as well as a life-long commitment to locate her birth mother. Always My Son is one of a five book series revolving around girls who shared a season at Hope House, a maternity home.
Two girls chose to keep their babies, including Candy, and the other three chose adoptive placement. The stories begin with their choices and continue through God's redemptive plan in their lives. Candy's healing comes through her marriage to Joe and his mother's marriage to the police officer who saved her life, which brings them into a loving, exuberant Hispanic family.
Candy's hope is when the shame of her childhood abuse is revealed, her son, whom Joe considers his own, will accept the father who chose him. Marble Town tells the story of thirteen-year-old Cole Atwater whose mother was killed in an automobile accident when he was ten. Cole questions whether or not he will follow in the destructive footsteps of his best friend, cling to his childhood sweetheart, become further distant from his grieving father, or trust himself.
Through mysterious clues left throughout the historic cemetery his mother tended, the story becomes one of hope, healing, and redemption. Her Own Hero Jenn Sadai. A suspenseful women's fiction novel about a Vegas showgirl named Samantha whose life is turned upside down when Mr. Right turns out to be anything but. While Samantha makes a lot of bad choices along the way, she learns from each one, owning her mistakes.
It isn't until she is in prison that it finally comes full circle. Themes of women's empowerment are heavy throughout the book. It is not only a thrilling suspense, but an empowering women's fiction novel sure to satisfy fans of books where the heroine reclaims her power and her identity despite the seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
Eden Stuart kept a journal during the tumultuous years of detailing life in Federal City as southern senators left the Union to build a new country. An army and war brewed in Congress. Also covered is the aftermath and the assassination of President Lincoln, Booth's co-conspirators, Johnson's impeachment and the restoration of the Union. This page turner captivates the reader with mystery, murder and a story that unravels to the end.
Rose Martin of the series, Cherokee, Inc. Rose, a private investigator, hunts for a brutal killer through grisly crime scenes. Follow her as she uncovers all of the strings that lead to why this happened. Just as soon as the beautiful drifter, Heather, finds peace of mind among the majestic blue mountains of the great Northwest, it is stripped away. Now, a familiar posse runs the town called Marigold and its mining community with their sharp and newly deputized claws. After finding out that this shot of evil has infected her life again and now rules everyone still left on the mountain, she quickly begins to search for the root source of its existence, before it poisons the people and the land itself forever.
Madison and her dog discover a skull along the Appalachian Trail. Emotions over fow as she sees the empty eye sockets looking up at her. Madison feels pity for the lost one's life. She knows the feelings of abandonment; what it's like to be thrown out like trash. She wants to be the voice of the skull. She silently asks, "Who put you in this lonely place? How did you die?
And who are you? Author D. Luke vividly portrays the intriguing tale of one of life's greatest fears-being lost in the wilderness. In Adirondacks, Artemis faces not only her present fears but fears for the future with only her dog and past experiences to guide her through her lonely introspection, her strengths, and weaknesses. Artemis and her dog are left deserted and alone with winter approaching, in the Adirondacks, with only a prayer and a hope for survival. Real and imaginary fears cloud Artemis's judgment, but not her desire to reach the county road and safety.
After the death of her husband, Lucy moves to a new town where she unexpectedly meets Cole and eventually falls in love. Rodney becomes obsessed with Lucy.
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The next few summers are filled with birthday parties, adventures in and around the West Virginian mountainsides, and late night conversations where they share their most secretive and personal thoughts. Their friendship starts to crumble when Abigail befriends the attractive and musical Lilly Anderson, a girl who is also interested in uncovering the mysterious nature surrounding Ryan.
However, everything comes to an end the summer of , and Abigail must decide if her new journey is worth traveling alone. Laura's parents wanted no part of her baby, nor did her boyfriend. Feeling bereft, she no longer belongs anywhere when she leaves Hope House, the maternity home where she found Christ. Can she find a place to belong, a home, a family? Does God have a plan and a purpose for her, to give her hope and a future?
Honeysuckle Holiday centers on the life of twelve-year-old protagonist, Lucy. It takes place in the south, in the late s. She finds herself thrust — almost overnight — from a world of comfort and privilege into one of near marginality. When her mother hires a black woman to help her, the situation intensifies.
Lucy comes to shed her unknowing racism, taking her beyond the ideals of youth — her love of books and the trappings of childhood knit closely to her very fiber. She learns to peel back the layers of human frailty her own included painful piece by painful piece, while struggling to hold on to the comforts of innocence. Brenda Crissman Musick.
The pain and suffering followed them down through the years Carrie, his children, grandchildren, and even some not related. Luke and Jessie finally made a life for themselves, yet things are happening that make them wonder Are we still paying for his mistakes? Does someone have a vendetta against us because of his sins? Someone is setting fires and it seems the fires are meant as retribution against the Swank family.
Is Jessie being punished for something he did that no one knows about, except Jessie and his mother? When will it all end? Is that the idea that attracted you to Jurassic Park? Were you aware of what was looming in that world of CGI? ILM had generated a stained glass window of a knight that comes to life, jumps out of the stained glass window and threatens our cast. That was maybe the first commercial use ever of a digital effect.
Of course, the second effective use was when Jim Cameron made The Abyss and he had the water tendril and that was an extraordinary digital effect. But a digital dinosaur, a main character, had never been done before for the movies. So, in a way, Jurassic Park was the first movie where the entire success or failure of the story was dependent on these digital characters. Q: Indiana Jones is an archeologist, another character whose business it is to study the past.
How developed was the story when you and George Lucas were sitting on the beach in Hawaii talking about this? When the phone rang and he found out that every single a. And he asked me what I was doing next. Cubby, by the way, had twice turned me down when I asked if I could direct a James Bond film. Q: After Jaws and Close Encounters , both enormously successful movies, you made , what went wrong with that? A: I wanted to make a really, really funny movie, I had never done a comedy before.
But I wanted to try this. It was a big demolition derby. I have to tell you, when I made , I felt like I was made of Teflon. I felt that anything I put on film was going to succeed; that every laugh I set up would receive not only a laugh, but huge applause; that everybody was going to win an Academy Award.
It was my longest shooting schedule, and I actually went over schedule further on than I had on Jaws. I sobered up so quickly after that was over. I did 20 takes on inserts that should have been done by a second unit.
And I learned the greatest lesson of my career, just from the experience of , and by the time I did Raiders of the Lost Ark , my next picture, I was humbled. Every single shot was storyboarded. I was 14 days under schedule. How did you come to do that film?
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I understand that the rights might be tied up at Warner Bros. Could you investigate it for me? I called Terry Semel, the head of Warner Bros. So I called David back and told him that it was indeed spoken for. And then six, seven months later, Semel called me and said, the elements have changed. And I called David back, and, in the time that had passed, he had changed his mind. I think this is right up your alley. Did you resist the movie when it was presented to you? A: Sid Sheinberg found it. That would have been impossible.
So I kept trying to give it away to people who kept giving it back to me. Q: One of the most talked about moments in the film was when Schindler looks down and sees the girl in the red coat. Was that pure fiction? Oscar Schindler witnessed, with his girlfriend, the liquidation of the Krakow Ghetto that morning. He was horseback riding. He heard all the noise.
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He heard all the vehicles moving in through the Ghetto. We actually shot the entire sequence on the same spot where Schindler was sitting atop his horse, and what the audience sees is exactly what he saw looking down from his point of view 56 or so years ago from the time we shot the sequence. Q: At the time, a lot was made of the fact that you made the coat red in a black-and- white movie.
What was your thinking behind that? A: The Holocaust was known about in very small secret circles, but certainly Roosevelt and Eisenhower knew. Nothing was being done to slow down the industrialized progress the Nazis were making in the total annihilation of European Jewry. The Allies did nothing except they were pursuing the war effort.
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So that was my message in letting that scene be in color. It was as obvious as a little girl wearing a red coat walking down the street. How did that project come about? As a matter of fact, it was the only time in my several decades of having an agent that they actually gave me a screenplay that I wound up directing.
Q: At the beginning of the movie, you start with this incredible D-Day sequence. Had you planned out the whole thing? I did the whole thing stream of consciousness. I had no storyboards, no pre-visualization on the computer, did the whole thing from actually up here [points to his head], in a weird way being informed by all the literature I had read about the up-close-and-personal experience of what it was like to survive that day on Omaha Beach.
Actually, I was beating away the impulses to go Hollywood. Can you talk about that? A: John Williams has made the most remarkable contribution to all of my movies. With E. And the audience is carried across the moon or the sun with his string section and his horns later on when they land. I think the last 15 minutes of E. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
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