Breaking the Ice

Nothing is easy about life above the Artic Circle. Except, perhaps, falling in love.Bryson Faulkner embraces the challenges that come with making a home in one of the most...

Wasteland

Angelo Marchetti is dead. However, death is not the end for the mafia hitman, but rather a doorway into a harsh frontier otherwise known as the Wasteland. Armed with just his...

Radically Simple Accounting A Way Out of the Dark and into the Profit

Accounting is most definitely a unique language. So why not learn it like you would any other language - by listening?Since accounting is the language of business, being...

The Blind Visionary Practical Lessons for Meeting Challenges on the Way to a More Fulfilling Life and Career

Virginia Jacko's extraordinary odyssey begins at Purdue University, where she is diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa while serving as a highly successful senior financial...

Mr. Media: The Elliot Mintz Interview

Mintz, to the best of my recollection, first came to my attention for his close ties to John Lennon and Yoko Ono throughout the 1970s and for his continued presence as a media...

Mark Twain In Person Vol. 2

Studio recordings of the best monologues from Richard Henzel’s one man play Mark Twain In Person. Selections include the familiar and the rarely heard: excerpts from Mark...

The Gateway of the Monster Carnacki The Ghost-Finder

“The Gateway of the Monster” is a story featuring Thomas Carnacki, a detective who investigates cases of an occult or supernatural nature. It is one of five tales of...

The Death of Halpin Frayser

Ambrose Bierce's collection of short stories of the supernatural and macabre Can Such Things Be? was first published in 1893 and republished in a revised edition in 1910. One of...

Casting the Runes

M.R. James (1862-1936) was provost of King's College, Cambridge and Eton College. He was a highly regarded scholar and academic in his time but today is remembered for his ghost...

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol has never been out of print since it was first published in 1843, and no wonder! This ghostly little book creates the feeling of Christmas that we still enjoy...

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