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The specter of war arises. The evil Sage of Dagorath sends her army to destroy her foe. She has harbored a burning hatred for too long and it must be sated. But the King has allies. He must now call upon them and awaken a legend. Hellion, a burning mystery to the people of this world is called to battle. His mate Fire and the combined might of the Five Clans must become more than legend. They must become the immovable object that stands before the unstoppable force. They must prevail. Or their world will perish. The Sage however, has her weapons too. She knows the dark secret Hellion carries. She knows it can destroy his home and family. It can take away his one, true passion. As victory stands within the grasp of the Clans, high on a mountain above them, Hellion is broken and defeated. His only hope is with Fire and the small group that follow. But even she doesn't know yet what lies hidden within her warrior. Around each bend, enemies await while the mountain itself moans in pain, trying to shake the evil that has it bound. But where does the true evil manifest…...

17/04/2018

When Larada Horner-Miller's father died in 1996, her mother told her, “Everyone grieves in their own way.”


Horner-Miller took these words to heart when her mother passed away in 2013. She discovered that writing poetry was the best way of working through her fresh grief. Eventually she penned dozens of intimate, heartfelt poems about her parents' lives and legacies and her deep sorrow and gradual recovery. Now she has gathered those verses into her first collection, A Time to Grow Up.


Horner-Miller discusses the emotional challenges of caring for her parents at the end of their lives. Her words will strike a chord with any worried caretaker or child watching over ailing but fiercely independent loved ones. 


As Horner-Miller explores the nuances of bereavement through her poetry, she provides inspiration and comfort for readers coping with the same burdens. While many of her poems explore the depths of her anguish, others exude humor and warmth—a reminder that there is still always light in the world. 


In addition to her poems, Horner-Miller includes biographical sketches about her mother and her father, as well as appendices that provide coping tips, suggested activities, and resources for others dealing with intense bereavement. 

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My Experiences as a Medium

The route to mediumship is never an easy one and if you ask any medium they will all tell you their path in life has not been easy and mine is no exception. I'm saying this not for sympathy far from it, but for those of you on this journey it's a rite of passage and we all have to go through this. Why? Well in order to be able to empathize and be compassionate to others we have to experience those we help's point of view. We need to walk in their shoes; only through adversity can we truly experience ‘their' side.


It's not all doom and gloom, we don't have a hard time all the time to make up for the down times we have periods of elation, where spirit lift us and make it very clear no matter how hard we feel life is we will never be allowed to fall so low we cannot get up again.


So if you are on your development journey do not despair you will be given strength and help to cope with whatever life throws at you.


To a lesser extent this goes for everyone whether you are on a development journey or not, Earth is our classroom, life is not fair, we are here to learn and often the best way is through trial and error, making mistakes and learning where we went wrong.


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12/04/2018

You are not alone. Dementia, in some form, is affecting millions and millions of people directly as well as indirectly all over the world.

This is an honest, raw, and poignant sharing of one daughter's experience with losing her father to dementia; specifically Lewy body Dementia. During the same time, her mother falls into clinical depression and takes a separate journey down a difficult path as well.

Find many resources to help guide you through your own trial by fire.

Proceeds from the book are given to the Lewy Body Dementia Association for continued research.

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12/04/2018

Experience the textile artwork of Wisconsin artist Jean M. Judd. This catalogue showcases her current artwork that is available for adding to personal art collections or to use in design projects for homes, corporate offices, health care settings, and hospitality projects. There is an array of work that crosses a wide range of genres to fulfill any need.

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12/04/2018

Join award winning textile artist Jean M. Judd as she shares her journey as a textile artist and art quilter in this ongoing series of books. Discover her thoughts, inspirations, and influences as she shares her experience of being an artist.

She touches on obstacles, visioning, being the best artist she can be, and how nature influences her work.

View a diverse selection of her hand stitched textile artworks and commission pieces from 1995 to 2006 along with breathtaking scenic images from across the United States. Her introspection and contemplation may also shed some light on your own journey: professionally, personally, spiritually, or artistically.

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12/04/2018

Join award winning textile artist and author Jean M. Judd as she continues to share her journey as a textile artist and art quilter in this ongoing series of books.

Discover the evolution of her art studio from 1982 to the present. She shares some of her thoughts, inspirations, and influences that are reflected in how she works and the artworks exhibited across the United States.

View a diverse selection of her hand stitched textile artworks and commission pieces from 1995 to 2010. Her introspection, sharing of ideas and contemplation may also shed some light on your own journey: professionally, personally, spiritually, or artistically.

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12/04/2018

Join award winning textile artist Jean M. Judd as she shares the continuation of her journey as an artist in Book 3 of An Artist's Journey series. In this book she takes you on her inaugural trip to Europe in 2008 exploring Paris, Cologne, Brussels, Antwerp, and Amsterdam from an artist's viewpoint.

Jean also shares her thoughts on the intrinsic value of art, artist personality, and perfectionism among other topics. View a selection of commission and exhibition textile artworks from 2005-2009.

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12/04/2018

Join award winning textile artist and author Jean M. Judd as she shares her first journey into Quetico Provincial Park.

Discover the experience she has on her first Artist in Residency. She shares some of her thoughts, inspirations, and breathtaking images from the two weeks in the interior of Quetico.

Jean also shares the creative process in the making of her textile artwork, Quetico: New Day…Day's End. This artwork will become part of the Quetico Permanent Art Collection.

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12/04/2018

Join award winning artist and author Jean M. Judd as she shares her second journey into Quetico Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. She shares some of her thoughts, daily experiences, inspirations, and breathtaking images from the twelve days in the northwestern interior of Quetico.

Discover what it means to be an artist, how family crisis can affect the creative process, and why these remote trips are vital to maintaining creativity.

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12/04/2018

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TEARS OF THE VALKYRIE

 

Mighty are dragons, flames they do breathe

Long are their talons, with teeth they do cleave

Wings like a storm, the wind they do blow

No fiercer an enemy do angels or men know

Healed in clear waters deep in the well

There Odin’s eye and golden sword fell

Greatest of Battles, with sword he doth fight

Thor without Mjolnir no longer hath flight

Deep in the dragon the flames they do seethe

Heimdall fought bravely, but no dragon is he

The eye now is blinded, strong arm is left lame

Now come the Valkyrie to mourn for the slain

 

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Robert K. Wheeler

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