The Eighth Book of Beloved Part 4, eighth because eight is the eternal number of the eternal servant beloved of God, is a book about the eternal and the double abundance of God, is a book about the double gladness and the double joy, is a book about the eternal peace and the eternal knowledge and is also a book about the rebirth of not only man but also the rebirth of God, both as saviors...
"My business is a tiny tavern a little out from the city. It serves just a few people at a time. It’s a nice scenic place people can hire out for private events. I reunite old friends and lovers so that these regrets can finally be over." A flash fiction about regrets.
This book explores the tragic ending of the last of the Moghuls. Three hundred and eleven years of Moghul rule with eighteen emperors in between separate Bahadur Shah Zafar from the first Moghul emperor of India during the history of the great Moghuls.
Fed up with the strenuous process of travel: the slow queues, the delays, the crowds and the extreme discomfort of the average economy airline seat? The author in this case, decided it was time to do something about this. He arranged a trip designed to be the antidote to the routine travel misery - and booked a trip travelling only first class.
This collection is an Annual, a review of my writing life in 2013, including all short stories published in 2013, interviews, blurbs, some gems out of my Vault, and excerpts of some of the things that are coming soon!
To the village of Garoo in the dead of winter came a stranger bearing a baby girl - Amaldea was her name. He left her there, and she grew up in the village, but none welcomed her or treated her as one of their own. Then came her teacher: immortal, inhuman, to teach her to use her powers and gifts. But Garoo is dangerous for those who stand out.