Sarah Flanney, disguised as a male medic, follows her fiancé into the Civil War. David Kish, a young man from 2014 winds the hands of an old watch backwards and awakens in his own house during the Civil War. He is taken captive, but escapes taking Sarah as a hostage. Sarah’s Choice takes the reader on a journey to days ago when they discover that they had changed the outcome of the Civil War. The story continues with five sequels, Keeper of Her Love, Time’s Secret, Time over Time, Timeless Love and Keeper of My Heart. 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.
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
What an overwhelming response to our first issue! Such positive and uplifting comments to articles, interviews and stories we received. We at Liphar would like to thank you for your support and feedback. This makes it all worthwhile. We will not rest on our laurels though, but continue to improve our high standard with more in- depth articles, more probing interviews, whilst keeping you abreast with books reviews and new trends. As the reader, we value your comments on articles, interviews, articles, stories, art and photo gallery and book reviews. This is an opportunity for you to give us your opinion. You can do this autonomously with feedback on anything you read in Liphar. To reiterate for submissions of articles: nominate yourself or someone else for an interview, advertise, or submit photographs with good composition that reflect your work and images of your art that reflect your particular style. Artists and non-professional photographers are welcome to submit their work to the Art Gallery. Please contact the relevant department at http://litartmag.com/index.php In this issue: An inspiring erotic memoir interview with Emma Styles of a married woman's sexual journey from housewife to fully liberated muse and plaything. Oxford mother, Jane Yates with the reading age of a 12-year-old and the spelling age of an eight-year-old, has swept her dyslexia aside to write her first novel; shares her struggles in an interview. Wilbur Hollinger examines editing software and its usefulness as a tool to a writer. Staff reporter, John Loval, focuses on Smashwords as a viable choice for self-publishing authors.
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
We are proud to present second collection of 20 short stories by 20 different authors. The stories may have or will appear in past or future issues of LIPHAR magazine. Most of the authors presented here have an extensive portfolio of other books and stories that you may want to check out. From heart warming family situations to the totally bizarre , including aliens worlds and ideas, you will find stories that get your attention. The stories cover a wide genre and offer a cross-section of writing talents. We have not edited the stories in any way and are publishing them as we have received them. We hope you enjoy the stories as we also hope to publish many volumes of short stories.
All these stories have come to us from submissions to the magazine. We encourage all writers to send us their stories for inclusion.
Georgie Love is a young woman out for revenge. As a child she had witnessed the murder of her parents and older brother by a young outlaw with turquoise colored eyes. Cared for by her father’s sister, she has only one thought on her mind for years, to kill the man who murdered her family. After her aunt’s funeral, Georgie refuses to leave her home and ambushes the new owner. As Jason Kincaid, travels to his newly purchased ranch, he’s met by an array of bullets and a very motivated but beautiful female. Georgie wants to kill Jason, because he has the same turquoise eyes, and resembles the man who murdered her family. 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.
When Burk Van Horn was a child when his father was murdered and his home set ablaze. Nearly escaping with his life, not only was his arm scared by flames but his heart burned with hatred and retaliation for the man who killed his father. Cared for by the Brothers of a monastery he grew to manhood with one thought: revenge! Clora Thornton raised most of her life in a convent, returns home at the request of her ailing father. Her coach is stopped by a group of men in attempt to rob the occupants. Dressed as a nun, she claims she has nothing of value, and that she is the daughter of Lord Thornton. When Burk discovers that she is the daughter of that murderer, he decides that she is very valuable to him and he abducts her for ransom. He soon discovers that revenge is sweeter than he expected.
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.
In the year 1896, Brett Hope Bouvier, a young, distraught woman, in total confusion from medication, commits suicide because she thinks her husband, Jacques, is having an affair. Jacques hides the truth of her suicide and is convicted of her murder and hanged. In 2013, Elaine Dale Bouvier receives a phone call from a lawyer informing her that her spinster aunt died leaving her the sole beneficiary of her estate. Lawyer Robert Michael, executing the will becomes immediately attracted to Elaine and Elaine find an instant attraction to him also. She has her first bout of deja-vu, feeling as if she has meet Robert before. Completely confused by her overpowering magnetism, he offers to drive Elaine to Virginia. They marry before they go south to live in Elaine’s new estate, . A few months later they have a real wedding and Robert presents her with an antique ring with the inscription, Love Forever After. And then their happiness turns to a horror story. Elaine begins to have more episodes of deja-veu, sees ghosts, and becomes claustrophobic. When her friend Zoë visits, Elaine believes that Robert is being unfaithful with her. Fearing the worst, she flees down the stairs, but trips and falls. She wakes up in 1896 in a dark and dingy cell. As the mental fog begins to ebb, and as new thoughts become clear, old memories begins to vanish. She’s no longer Elaine, but Jacques Bouvier. Resting his tired body against the cold, damp, brick wall, Jacques thinks back and relives, in his mind, the day he first met Brett Hope Sullivan. Regaining consciousness, Elaine awakens from a terrible nightmare. She tells Robert of her strange dream; how she’d lived the life as Jacques. She also explains to her husband, that he lived the life of Brett. She discovered the truth that Jacques was no more unfaithful to his wife than Robert was to her. Elaine realizes she almost made the same horrible mistake Brett made and that her own life had repeated those same patterns of mistrust.
An intriguing collection of stories for children of all ages. Every story comes with illustrations created by the author. Twenty one 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 are finally now available to all