A collection of short stories containing(as the might have possibly suggested;P) the misadventures of a dysfunctional family, including the family members: Steve, Petunia, Eliza, Catty, Issac, Antonio, and Luna Seil.
A review of the essay by Dr. Antonio de Nicolas, revolving around the Sankara, or the unity and divisibility of self. This follows some Eastern spirituality, and Dr. de Nicolas, as an expert in the field, attempts to explain his perspective on the idea.
A team of Agents who work for the clandestine TIPS search for dangerous terrorists with plans to kill the first female president after they kidnap one of their own. First book in a series of three. Reviews are always appreciated; the good and the bad.
This is a historical sort of romance story.
Aldonza de Moreno and Antonio de Lorenzo....possibly?
Antonio, the feared and cruelest "bandit" of them all; he pilages, and destroys cities...but most of all, he destroys Alonzo's family.
So where does Aldonza de Moreno come into this story.
Read and find out...
Vivian knew exactly what he was, she just didn't care. He was so perfect, so kinda, so caring, so generous, so sweet. She knew he was a vampire, and it didn't matter to her one bit. She only cares who he is, not what. And he loves her, and that…
Hello reader! This is a sequel to "Cheerleaders are Actually Very Scary" so if you don't want to be lost, then you should read that first! Have you have read the above story, then enjoy the second enstallment!
This is my tribute, in part, to Antonio Puerta, but also through this poem I hope I've succeeded in doing what I've wanted to do for a long time and that's write a poem worthy of saying goodbye to an old English teacher I had called Neil Laing. Essentially It…