Once long ago, or short ago if you haven't got much time, somewhere on the African savannah, a group of trees decided to form a wood. The wood became a forest and then a Lost Forest...
Within and around the forest lived many animals. Some had quite unusual adventures.This is the tale of one, a leopard named Opa.
One day Opa lost her spots. But that is only half the story.
It's 1984 and the future looks bright for college student and future yuppie Joyce Bacyrus, until her computer geek friend opens up a portal to an alternate universe. She and her friends must rescue a young woman while facing off against a feminazi witch, a heavy metal sorcerer and a prince who's from New Jersey.
Written by a wig and gown litigator this is the how to avoid disaster in litigation. Every year thousands of innocents become enmeshed in what is misleadingly called the 'Justice System'. For some their experience becomes an obsession, even an addiction which can only end in disaster: our hero, a hapless cove of epic proportions, loses it all and ends up living in his car.
Kenneth Small finds too late that when all deals are dead and gone, the last you need is a deal with the Devil. Once you're in, you're never out!
500 Dollars: The Devil's Contract promises a ride with some comic fun and mostly a dark lesson on the truth about contracts and about doing the right thing.
Sometimes the past is best left the way it is and if William Smithfield can tell you that, he will but when he submits to the lover of his long forgotten past, Smithfield realizes that sometimes the deals long gone sour are best left in the family room locker...forever.
The Swing: A Paranormal Mini Story promises mystery, some romance and mostly satirical humor.
Some Cool Ways To Make Your Penis Bigger is jam-packed with a stupid amount of revolutionary techniques to make your penis bigger. When you start reading, your eyes will open for the first time about how to make your penis bigger. Keep in mind, that’s without any drugs, surgery, pills, injections, witchcraft, prayer, or shit like that.
Mark McGinty at The Boggle said: "Filled with hilarious and sometimes touching essays on life-after-midlife-crisis, Greenleaf is a witty storyteller whose good-natured sarcasm draws you into a miserable existence filled with charming anecdotes of mid-life wretchedness."