Through educated yet casual writing and an organized and easily accessible layout, Wayne Winterton’s non-fiction short story compilation, Stories from History’s Dust Bin: Volume I, provides readers with little-known tidbits of information and noteworthy events, and other unusual true-story episodes on various figures
Susannah Maya Logan is having a long day. She doesn’t want to go to sleep over at her best friend Lola’s house because it is haunted. She tries to tell her parents about her fear, but they are too excited for her opportunity to even listen to her.
Diana (Wonder Woman) lives on the island of Thymascira, where she has never left, until a plane crashes and she saves the only survivor. Her name is Alia and she is a Warbringer. Warbringers have a curse that is passed down through the bloodline of the warrior Hera. The Warbringers seem towreak havoc wherever they go, but Alia does not know that she is a Warbringer. To change Alia's fate, Diana and Alia go into the mortal world, trying to change the fate that the Warbringer has created for them.
Elirio Malaria, Lupe Impala, and El Chavo Flapjack only want to get better jobs and do what they love in life: work on the most awesome cars in the galaxy. When a car competition comes to town, they have a chance to change their lives for the better. Can they beat the odds and win the car competition? Join them on this whirlwind adventure to find out!
Zoey Christopher has psychic abilities. She has strange visions of a ferocious fire in the hotel where she and the other cheerleaders on her team have a huge competition. In her efforts to prevent this tragedy, she is forced to spill her secret to three friends: Becca, Mike, and Josh. Can the four prevent the disastrous fire in Zoey's visions? Or will the hotel be burned to the ground? Find out in Get Psyched.
What makes a “bad girl” a bad girl? Is it the shoes? The acts of murder? The self-defensive stances taken? Is it the way she ruled a kingdom, or the way she sacrificed all that she cared about for the cause of her choice? Are all “bad girls” really bad, or are some just misunderstood?
These are the questions this book finds answers to.