Books tagged: imaginary worlds

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The All Seeing Eye The Legacy Of Kherson
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 86,890. Language: English. Published: December 17, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Paranormal
A sword capable of predicting the future. A young man with memory loss will be sent to a world of land ruled by warriors, who ambition to take the sword. A legend hidden under the protection of the dragon. This novel invites us to see love beyond conflict, brings with it much magic and love. Above all loyalty, forgiveness, mystery, intrigue, ambition, before those who have betrayed the protagonist
Teddy Bear Junction
You set the price! Words: 3,550. Language: English. Published: June 24, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Action & Adventure / Survival Stories, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
To escape her wicked Aunt Mavis, Anna runs away to Teddy Bear Junction with her teddy bear and a talking suitcase. When Aunt Mavis has a change of heart, can she reach Anna in time to apologize before the little girl disappears forever?
Fantasy Life: Poems
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 11,220. Language: English. Published: December 23, 2010 by Green Snake Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
Barbie’s retirement. Gambling fairies. Love sick giants. All this and more in a book of poems exploring the fantastic side of life. Unhindered by conventional notions of reality, Milosevic writes poems about monogamous house keys, the moon in his living room, the secret lives of telephones. Also: ghosts, angels, cosmic gluttons, Pegasus, Albert Einstein and Ray Harryhausen. Really.
Why I Still Have Not Written My Flatland Story
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,400. Language: English. Published: December 21, 2010 by Green Snake Publishing. Categories: Essay » Literature
Mario Milosevic chronicles his attempts to equal or better Edwin Abbott’s 125-year-old Flatland novel as he explains his ideas for a Flatland story set in the skin of a dead whale. Part memoir, part essay, part story, this exploration of the intricacies of creativity takes you on a road not yet taken & invites you to consider the question: Are some stories better off not written at all? (article)