Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Ten Fantastic Fantasy Tales

Ten Fantastic Fantasy Tales
Ten Fantastic Fantasy Tales

This collection of ten fantasy short stories in this collection covers the dark, the funny and the scary.

If you need some good stories to tell around the campfire, this eclectic collection of short stories will serve the purpose. Inside this short fantasy collection, you will find funny fantasy, spooky fantasy and dark tales.

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Legend of the Wizard Tarque - Epic Fantasy Novel

Legend of the Wizard Tarque
Legend of the Wizard Tarque


The wizard Gault planned his magical assault on the Six Nations with care. One by one, he deployed the elements of his dangerous trap. At length he was ready, his insidious plan complete.
Only Tarque and Miralba stood in his way.

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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Ten Tales for the Campfire

Ten Tales for the Campfire
Ten Tales for the Campfire

Ten creepy, scary dark fantasy short stories that will turn you blood to ice.

The hour is getting late. A fire crackles and pops and the group huddles together closer to the fire, basking in the comfort of its warmth and light. The s’mores are a pleasant memory.

Somewhere off in the distance an owl hoots. Crickets are chirping and the eerie howl of the coyote punctuates the symphony of night sounds. It is time for spooky campfire stories. You know, the kind of scary stories that will chill your spine and flip your heart up into your mouth. The kind of stories you shouldn’t tell in the dark. But you do anyway.

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Settling America – A Pioneer History of America - September Edition

Settling America – A Pioneer History of America - September Edition
Settling America – A Pioneer History of America - September Edition

Settling America – A Pioneer History of America has one history lesson a day in the settlement of early America. This September edition covers the historical events of September. The stories include both famous and forgotten historical events as well as some little known, obscure facts.
This frontier history includes the following stories on America’s origins:
September 03, 1774 - Connecticut Receives News - Boston Attacked - 20,000 Men Assemble to Fight
September 06, 1628 - Puritans land at Salem, Massachusetts
September 17, 1755 - Washington Appointed Colonel Virginia Regiment
September 25, 1723 - Ben Franklin Runs Away from Boston
September 30, 1630 - First execution in British North America




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Friday, December 16, 2016

A Day in Indiana History - January


A Day in Indiana History - January

A Day in Indiana History - January

Learn about Indiana history a day at a time. Ideal for history lovers or home school history teachers, A Day in Indiana History – January teaches the historical facts about Indiana in an easy to understand format.  This January edition includes:
January 2, 1781 - Virginia Grants Land in Indiana to George Rogers Clark
January 8, 1790 - Governor St. Clair Reaches Falls of the Ohio on Western Tour
January 20, 1820 - Indiana Legislative Act Approved Establishing State Seminary
January 27, 1937 - Ohio River Reached its Highest State at Jeffersonville
January 30, 1888 - Elkhart Carriage and Harness Manufacturing Company Organized



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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Gardener's Guide to Growing Sweet Corn

Gardeners' Guide to Growing Sweet Corn

Sweet corn is one of the most popular vegetables to grow in the garden. The juicy, sweet kernels provide a welcome summer treat as well as a nutritious source of vitamins, minerals other nutrients. The Gardeners' Guide to Growing Sweet Corn serves as a valuable resource on the culture of growing sweet corn as well as instructions on how to freeze, can and harvest this delicious, popular food. No vegetable is complete without a patch of sweet corn to offer its share of summery sweetness.


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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

An Indiana History Story a Day - January

An Indiana History Story a Day - January
An Indiana History Story a Day - January

Indiana possesses a rich history that is fun to read and learn. An Indiana History Story a Day – January, like the Indiana Bicentennial History Series that preceded it, presents Indiana history in an easy to read “this day in history format” The thirty-one stories in the January edition include:

January 08, 1821 - Legislature Authorizes First State Prison

January 12, 1874 - Carl Fisher is born in Greensburg

January 16 1942 - Actress Carole Lombard Dies in Airplane Crash - Fort Wayne Native

January, 13 1818 - Grand Lodge of Free Masons of Indiana Form in Madison

January 25, 1850 - Fort Wayne and Bluffton Plank Road




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