Watercolor Art by Artist Frederick C. Wilda highlights this dragon fantasy featuring Dragons, of course! And humans, a volcano, and a long history of differences between dragonkind and human peoples. From the eagle of Aesop fables to the legend of Beowulf: A MODERN TALE OF DRAGON BATTLE and THE WORLD ACCORDING TO DRAGONS.
Avant de conquérir l'Angleterre, Guillaume de Normandie dût conquérir son épouse. Hélas, il s'y prit fort mal ! Ultérieurement, le futur roi se rattrapa certainement, car il semble lui avoir été fidèle jusqu'à la fin de sa vie.
A lost world has been found again… and no one is getting out alive. 1863, a group of mercenaries in Montana come upon the remains of a once-thriving mining town. They soon discover that the destruction was not wrought by human hands, but by creatures long forgotten. William Meikle delivers a classic Lost World story with just the right touch of Horror and Western.
Some legends are true...
The old stories tell of an evil far beneath the earth. When an archaeological expedition ignores local wisdom and opens an old barrow on a remote island in the Scottish Hebrides, they unleash a horror beyond their darkest nightmares. Will anyone survive the onslaught of the Island Life?
William Meikle spins a tale of terror that will keep you awake all night!
Hours before her marriage, Elizabeth is plagued by the memories of her human past that should have been long forgotten. It is only through the retelling of these memories that she discovers the key to her own happiness and the survival of her species. Her world is turned upside down as it collides with the supernatural in this dark coming of age drama.
Fairytale About Black Witch Huntsman And A Girl With Emerald Eyes. Already Albert Einstein said: “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.”
ANY FOOL CAN LET OUT STRING is a short story, a memoir as it were, of a time in the author’s life when the importance of family trumped the pursuit of the daily grind. Readers will find the piece humorous and engendering a maybe-I-should-try-to-do-something-like-that reaction. This work is by the same older gentleman whose “way with words” was revealed in his other works.