In a land of mythical creatures and fantasy, this might seem like your typical tale, but an adventurer simply known as The Omnivore Hero has only one treasure he's seeking...and it's the booty of fair monster maidens!
In a land of mythical creatures and fantasy, this might seem like your typical tale, but an adventurer simply known as The Omnivore Hero has only one treasure he's seeking...and it's the booty of fair monster maidens! Traveling with his shapeshifting cat mage, Misha, Hero looks to take down the impressive Demon Lord and bring peace to the land. If that means he has to lay his sword to conquer a murder's row of captivating creatures, then Hero will make that sacrifice!
That existence possessed enough might to conquer a Disaster-class monster and terrify the other monsters in the Demonic Forest. Whatever it was, it lived somewhere deep in the woods. A chill ran down my spine when I considered that it ...
Publisher: J-Novel Club
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Yuki finds himself reincarnated as a demon lord in another world, and he’s been put in charge of a dungeon to boot! Once Yuki accepts that his fate hinges on the dungeon’s survival in a world where powerful monsters roam free and danger lurks at every corner, he begins gathering allies and bolstering his defenses. Within a few days, he takes on a legendary dragon, an adorable pet slime, and a vampire girl, but despite all his precautions, life as a demon lord in a dungeon constantly under threat...is surprisingly mellow? Of course, with such a colorful cast of characters (and possibly more on their way), Yuki’s bound to wind up in some trouble. Will he be able to pull off a reckless rescue mission? And how will he and his monster girls survive an invasion by a hostile human kingdom?! Join him as he juggles daily life, responsibilities as a freshly minted demon lord, and his growing family of monster girls and pets!
Gathering himself as best he could in the swaying boat, John tried to assess their circumstances and find a way to conquer this monster so that he could fill his hold. But he realised they were at the mercy of the whale's behaviour and ...
Author: Jessica Blair
Publisher: Hachette UK
Whitby 1901. Sarah Brook has kept diaries for most of her life. Now eighty-five and at the end of her own journey, she allows her favourite great-niece Esther to read them. But while full of Sarah's thoughts and dreams, and family stories, the diaries also hold dark family secrets about the past, which are about to be exposed. . . Whitby 1832. When their mother tragically dies, life changes dramatically for Sarah and her siblings. Arabella is ordered by their father to assume the domestic role - something she fears will destroy her hoped-for relationship with John Sharp, captain of her father's whale ship, the Sea King. Little does she know that Harriet has an idea to ensure she doesn't end up with a hard life like Arabella: she will ensnare John and marry him. Charley too has his own escape plan: determined to forge a life at sea against his father's wishes, he stows away on the Sea King. But when tragedy strikes the Sea King in the Arctic the Brook family, and those near to them, are forced to make crucial assessments about their futures. . .
In this children's tale, a young girl holds her father's hand as she confronts her fears. Fortunately, the child learns a valuable life lesson. ... Moreover, the girl learns that confronting her fears is the best way to conquer them.
Author: Rachel Anne Bogel
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
A child's mind is a wonderful place to create a fantasy. In this children's tale, a young girl holds her father's hand as she confronts her fears. Fortunately, the child learns a valuable life lesson. Our fears are almost always worse than what reality might bring. Moreover, the girl learns that confronting her fears is the best way to conquer them. Rachel Bogel was raised near Toledo, Ohio in a small community that Norman Rockwell would have loved. As a child, she frequently visited amusement parks with her family. This book was inspired by the thrilling roller coaster rides she enjoyed with her father. Rachel attended Skidmore College in upstate New York where she was graduated with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Education and Business. Rachel also completed her MBA and Master in Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver. Rachel and her husband, Dalton, live in Colorado where they own their own real estate company.
The Monster girl, a black battle armor appeared outside the black rotunda. Behind the battle armor, there was a bunch of Long Sword. If you want to conquer this new world, you have to rely on us, the Abyss nether region's people.
Author: Xin BanHongShuangXi
There was righteousness in the heaven and earth, and it was all in the shape of a hodgepodge. The bottom part was a river, while the top part was a sun. In the human world, one could live freely.With a righteous heart, there was no difference between a region, a gender, or a status.His name was Nan Feng, and he had crawled out from the pile of dead to be reborn.Uninhibited, but not losing the truth, with action to open up a different path for themselves, with the ability to walk out of a colorful life.The story began with the Redbud Token ...Book Collection: Redbud Order (195782611)
Author: Sissy MEd Goff, LPC-MHSPPublish On: 2019-09-17
The Worry Monster just flexed his muscle that much more. That girl needed to do the scary thing. And so does your daughter. Avoidance not only strengthens anxiety, but it makes her feel worse about herself along the way.
Author: Sissy MEd Goff, LPC-MHSP
Publisher: Baker Books
If you have a daughter, it would be surprising if she doesn't struggle with anxiety and worry--either in short episodes or for longer periods. For a variety of reasons, childhood anxiety rates are soaring, especially among girls. Today's parents need to know what contributes to anxiety and worry and how they can empower their daughters to overcome troubling emotions. In this immensely practical book, veteran counselor Sissy Goff shares how you can instill bravery and strength in your daughter. Addressing common age-specific issues, Goff gives you the tools to help you and your child understand why her brain is often working against her when she starts to worry, and what she can do to fight back. With your help, she will find the anchoring truth of God's strong, safe love for her and the confidence she needs to thrive.
Author: Sherrie Egans CarpenterPublish On: 2011-03-08
I refuse to let that monster resurface and control me again. I want to live in sobriety; I choose life. I live one day at a time because all I really have is today. God is restoring me to sanity. I challenge you to conquer your monster ...
Author: Sherrie Egans Carpenter
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
My name is Sherrie Egans Martin. I am from Hobbs, New Mexico! Shout out to my home folks! I penned my book under Sherrie Egans Carpenter, which is titled, “Soldier Girl’s Trail of Blood”. It depicts my journey from Gulf War Veteran, to crack-cocaine addict, to inmate number 1185775. In that order! I began writing my book while incarcerated from 2004 through 2009. I penned a letter to Oprah Winfrey, in prose, while incarcerated seeking assistance on getting my story out to try an deter others from taking this path. I never heard from Ms. Winfrey (Smile). I’ve included a copy of this letter on page 88 of my book. You are so trapped in that cage, until you will try to reach out to someone, anyone with influence that can help you survive in that concrete jungle. My book was published in 2011 after my release from prison. This is a good read because I dared to be honest and own my truths which is the first step to recovery. I’m opening myself up to all the stigma associated with addicts, and the crack-head jokes etc. because I feel that my story can gives others hope to keep battling this disease of addiction. No, “Ain’t going back and forth with you”, on whether you feel it’s a disease or a choice. My primary goal in telling my story is to reach out to the addict still suffering, and their families. The Disease of addiction is an ongoing battle, and relapse is a part of recovery. If you have a relapse don’t wallow in it! Get back up again and back on the straight path! I’m thriving and well, but it’s a daily struggle. Crack-cocaine addicts can recover!
90 Devotions for Real Girls Facing Real Life Kristi Holl. kind.” (James 3:16 NLT) Connecting ... Take Action: Jealousy has been called “the green-eyed monster.” Here's how to conquer that monster! 1. Confess the sin of jealousy to God ...
Author: Kristi Holl
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
You Don’t Have to Go It Alone Every girl deals with hard situations at some time in her life, from stress, peer pressure, and perfectionism to divorce, bullying, and abuse. This 90-day devotional will help you find God and grace in the midst of your storms and struggles. Whether you are looking for help for yourself or for a hurting friend, this book provides wisdom from God’s Word and advice from trusted Faithgirlz! author Kristi Holl. Through activities, journal prompts, and stories from real girls like you, you’ll find comfort in God’s presence—no matter what the circumstances.
Still, I realized that Hanan's concerns were more than the woes of a spoiled little girl. We had something in common now: we were both ... I had to figure out a way she could conquer this monster. “So Noor gets up early in the morning, ...
Author: Lena Mahmoud
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
A touching debut novel chronicling the life a young Palestinian American woman between two cultures as she comes of age and as she settles into marriage. Isra Shadi, a twenty-one-year-old woman of mixed Palestinian and White descent, lives in California with her paternal amu (uncle), amtu (aunt), and cousins after the death of her mother and abandonment by her father at a young age. Ever the outcast in her amu and amtu’s household, Isra is encouraged to marry and leave. After rejecting a string of undesirable suitors, she marries Yusef, an old love from her past . . . In Amreekiya, author Lena Mahmoud deftly juggles two storylines, alternating between Isra’s youth and her current life as a married twentysomething who is torn between cultures and trying to define herself. The chapters chronicle various moments in Isra’s narrative, including her parents volatile relationship and the trials and joys of forging a partnership with Yusef. Mahmoud also examines Isra’s first visit to Palestine, the effects of sexism, how language affects identity, and what it means to have a love that overcomes unbearable pain. An exploration of womanhood from an underrepresented voice in American literature, Amreekiya is simultaneously unique and relatable. Featuring an authentic array of characters, Mahmoud’s first novel is a much-needed story in a divided world. Praise for Amreekiya “A subversive story about love and marriage . . . a feminist Palestinian project that follows its headstrong lead, Isra, through struggle and loss. This is a tense examination of what a marriage is and how gendered expectations influence love and family. It is an intimate dissection of a relationship that exists in an unequal world . . . . Mahmoud portrays the unsettling conflict between freedom and social imprisonment in Amreekiya, an unnerving novel that encourages questioning common assumptions, no matter how deep down they rest.” —Foreword Reviews “Both wise and humorous, Mahmoud’s debut novel is an intimate portrayal of an early Arab American marriage, filled with passion, loss, and ultimately forgiveness. Readers will be moved by the fierce but fragile Isra, who refuses to be defined by her family, her husband, and her society.” —Susan Muaddi Darraj, author of A Curious Land: Stories from Home “Yusef and Isra’s story is relevant for people worldwide. With poignant, beautiful writing, Mahmoud quickly draws readers into the novel, portraying all her characters with a sympathetic voice. A fantastic choice for book discussions and well worth a second reading.” —Library Journal (starred review)