A MANIPULATOR WITH PLANS FOR ARSON

The Student Council By Lee Stone

Why would a sixteen-year-old want to burn down her high school? To mercurial Amy Westin, the answer seemed obvious: of all the good that would come from it.

Guided by boundless imagination and empowered by a unique student Council, she viewed the future as hers to design. With a clear vision for uplifting all those around her, the only transformation she couldn’t foresee was her own.

AUTHOR: LEE STONE
TITLE: THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Genre: Thriller
Recommendation Links: Amazon.com > Student-Council-Lee-Stone

THE HIT ON A SUSPECTED WAR CRIMINAL

Seasoned To Kids By G.J. Prager

Robert Klayman, former Los Angeles private investigator is a wanted man. Blacklisted and bloke, he falls in with a gangster and travels to Odessa, Ukraine, to move stolen art out of the country under eyes of the Russian mob.

Klayman is offered a bonus along with it, a hit job on a suspected war criminal. Each step of the way Klayman is pursued by a ruthless syndicate, chasing a dream that’s soaked in blood at every turn.

AUTHOR: G.J. PRAGER
TITLE: SEASONED TO KILL
Genre: Thriller, Suspense
Recommendation Link: http://www.gjpragerauthour.com

The Power of a Big “But”

HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT OF HOW POWERFUL THE WORD “BUT” IS BEFORE USING IT?

My B+ Attempts at Being All That

I’ve been thinking a lot about buts. Really.  The kind of buts that take everything we just said and negate it. The kind of buts that can take a lovely compliment and flush it down the toilet. The kind of buts that earn our credibility a check in the “lost it” category.

But mom, everyone is doing it!

We’ve all done it. “I love you, BUT . . .” “I’m a Christian, BUT . . .” “I believe we should be helping out our fellow man, BUT . . .” I’m as guilty as the next. I need to vent. I feel I’m entitled to the exception to the principles that guide me. I decide that as long as I am mostly convicted about the “I” statement, it’s okay to have a big “but.” But, is it? And just how much damage is that but doing? Let’s take a look…

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