Welcome to Issue Two LIPHAR magazine is proud to present stories and articles Interviews Emma Styles Jane Yates Patrick Brigham
Short Stories The Billy Goat Caper How Charlie Saved my Life The Survivalists Plus 7 articles to amaze you
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Contents Articles Why the Quality Reviewer can be a Writer's Great Asset Power of the Word Facebook- Social Media Gone Wrong The Road to London --Review Smashwords to the Rescue Editing Software Lacks Perfection Thought Food
Emma Styles Jane Yates Patrick Brigham
Stories The Billy Goat Caper How Charlie Saved my Life The Survivalists
An intriguing collection of rhyming stories for children of all ages. Every story comes with illustrations created by the author.Stories that will entertain any young child and are perfect for bedtime reading. These original stories will bring joy to the reader as well as to the children listening to them. These stories have been created over a period of many years by the author for her children and grandchildren are finally now available to everyone.
Tia, a futuristic woman hides from the police in a space capsule, which lifts off with her and a resident android. The android believes Tia is another Cyborg, and they travel back to the eighteenth century to collect DNA to repopulate the future after most life on Earth had perished from a rare disease. The capsule crashes on the estate of Earl, Haden Winslow Morley. He, believing they’re poor peasants hires them as servants. Modern times clash with ancient traditions and make for a very explosive attraction between the two strangers but that doesn’t prevent the two from falling in love, regardless of what obstacles they must face. (And they face many). Fiction and non-fiction are intertwined when Tia is abducted by Haden’s mistress and left unconscious, dress as a prostitute, to be killed by Jack the Ripper. When the attempt on her life fails, Tia returns to her time changing the future for the better. But, Tia’s life is empty without her Earl.
Relentless is time Marching every forward wit you caught in it's web. Spanning forty years worth of poetry about love and heartbreak. Testing the faiths and insuring that you never forget your place in the world. You are here to serve and the only real question is To whom do you serve. Life is full of happiness and regrets these are poems to illustrate the nature of my thoughts
Two women convicted of murder. Only One may survive. Zandria Adams, living in the present, is executed for murdering her cheating husband. She meets a handsome angel. He informs her that she’s been given a second chance,to return to earth to live again. 1856 Selma is being hanged for murdering her cheating husband. To her horror Zandria awakens in the eighteen hundreds just as a rope around her neck tightens and the floor falls away from her feet.. The angel Seth is sent down to earth as a human with no memory that he’s an angel, to help save one of them.
Editors Note: Many characters in this book have accents and or different speech patterns. The author has attempted to illustrate this phonically. These are not spelling errors.
After a wildly successful and scandalous career as a stripper, Fifi Lemott pens her memoirs and makes a fortune. She then buys the house of her dreams in the quintessential town of Dorking, and embarks upon on a journey of adventure and mischief in the hope of finding love.
In her search for a new life of romance and respectability, Fifi finds her path crossing with sexually frustrated pensioners, and finds herself baking cakes for the Women’s institute laced with Marijuana. She also teaches them how to Pole dance, and fights a battle of wills with the town’s controversial book reviewer, Ted Pembleton.
On a visit to LA to stay with an old friend, Fifi is seduced by the gardener, which ends disastrously. A surprise phone call from her flamboyant gay agent Luka brings Fifi back to England for the Queen’s garden party, where all hell breaks loose when she discovers that some of the Dorking residents are also attending.
Fifi, not beaten, but lonely and bored, sells up and returns home to her mother’s house in Gateshead. The death of a friend and a brief encounter with a long lost love brings Fifi’s world crashing down.
With the help of a transsexual drag artist called Elspeth, Fifi re-evaluates her life, returns to LA, and starts once again to write her next adventures.
Darkly humorous tales filled with poignant reality and the ridiculously funny.