Cindy Fellars is determined to keep her younger twin sisters out of the clutches of her evil stepmother, but it's going to take grit, determination and maybe even a little help from an unlikely knight in shining business suit.
The morning after moving into her dream home with her young daughter and husband, Paige learns that the three story, 18th century house might be haunted. She then finds that her daughter has a new imaginary friend called Sam I Am. It isn’t long before Paige’s perfect home turns into a living nightmare.
Sherry wakes up in the middle of the night to the feel of icy fingers inching up her legs. What she doesn’t know is that the intruders aren’t going to leave until she agrees to play a game with them.
A Wishful Heart is a collection of poetry
Into Flames and Ash
A kind heart filled with words painted them onto a page
Turning each one into an artwork free from hate and rage
Each one of his words were created out of love, hope, joy and trust
A stunning masterpiece that remained long after the author’s dust to dust
But someone read the poet’s words and despised his wonderful creation
Not understanding that their meaning could connect our divided civilization
So the beautiful pages of rhyme were tossed away like useless trash
A moment of outrage turning a heart full of inspiration into flames and ash
The year is 2836. It has been eight hundred years since The Great War. There are small groups of people scattered in isolated pockets around the world, but most are too suspicious of each other for any intimacy. If they don’t stop hiding, and learn to help each other, there won’t be anyone left on earth.
Liberty has grown up in this post-apocalyptic world. Her home is an airship built by her adopted father. Since his death, each day is just another day trying to survive in a hostile environment. That is until her father's dying friend asks if she’ll take custody of a small, child-like robot.
The last thing Liberty needs is another responsibility. Surprisingly, once the endearing robot is aboard Airus, she discovers there is more to life than just living, and loving someone can be as easy as breathing.
A sample of my collection of poetry, Wishes-narrated by Melissa Strom
This was the first time I’ve read poetry from Regina Puckett, but I don’t think it’ll be my last.
This collection contains a variety of poems that all follow a similar rhyme scheme and length that made it flow nicely from one poem to the next. At times the rhyming worked great, though I’d have liked a little variety at times (I’m not a huge fan of straight-up rhyme in poetry, so this is just personal taste).
The poem covered a few different topics, but there was an overall positive, almost inspirational theme to them that gave a nice feel to it, as a whole. It’s great for readers who enjoy short poems that get to the point, having just a hint of something bigger that makes multiple readings that much more enjoyable.
I’d also like to make mention that I both read this collection and listened to the audiobook of it. Hearing the narrator read the poems, and comparing them to the way I read them, allowed me to see a few different interpretations to various aspects of the poems. The narrators accent also made for an interesting reading.