Bring Out Your Dead

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Owen Steinbeck was an awkward thirteen-year-old girl with ghostly backup...What could go wrong? More

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About Kim Cormack

Kim Cormack is the always comedic author of the dark twisted epic paranormal romance series, "The Children of Ankh." She worked for over 16 years as an Early Childhood educator in preschool, daycare, and as an aid. She has M.S and has lived most of her life on Vancouver Island in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. She currently lives in the gorgeous little town of Port Alberni. She's a single mom with two awesome kids. She has a son in grade 8 and a daughter in University at VIU. If you see her back away slowly and toss packages of hot sauce at her until you escape.

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Owen Steinbeck was an awkward thirteen-year-old girl with ghostly backup...What could go wrong?
I know some of you love reading short novellas. Here you go my awesome Children of Ankh series readers! Middle-Grade Novella number one.
Owen awoke to the sound of Darth Vader's rhythmic heavy breathing. A very cool birthday gift or so she’d thought at the time. It had easily taken her half of the night to fall asleep and it felt like only five minutes had elapsed since she’d managed to tune out the droning voices in her head and closed her eyes. No, no, no…I don’t want to get up. Owen misjudged her swing for the snooze button and yanked on the cord. Darth landed right on her face. It hurt like hell. She covered her eye as she wandered over to look at the damage in the mirror. That was going to leave a mark. When your morning starts with a black eye from Darth Vader, you just know the Sith is going to hit the fan. This day was going to suck.

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Kylie Fells reviewed on on Feb. 18, 2020

Invisible frenemies aren't the worst part of being a 13-year-old in this wicked setup. Can't a gurl just be nozy? Finding escape by joining a gang is a common option for saving your skin. But the price can be steep. This turns deadly funny before going utterly scary, leading on into one dark series, if you dare continue.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
Allison S. Gallo reviewed on on Sep. 13, 2017

Frequently when we study history we fail to realize how fragile health was in pre technological early American life. Yellow fever worked its malevolence on the average of an outbreak every 10 years back in the 18th century. The plague of 1793 was particularly bad, and here is its chronicle. The writer, Kim Cormack, was a scholar and research director of the Free Library of Philadelphia. With access to the papers of Dr. Benjamin Rush his account is a factual, and thorough study of the great plague. It is fully indexed, illustrated, and annotated; with an interesting editor's preface in addition to the author's preface, and afterwards.
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