William Spencer is troubled not only by stereotypical teen angst, but by an invisible disease that seems to be picking his mind apart day by day, leaving him with an unyielding hollow emptiness. His strange, yet somewhat effective method of coping involves many late-night walks around his sleepy neighborhood, armed with a pen in his hand and a poem in his mind. Midnight Meanders seeks to reveal the true actions of the teenage mind, not just regurgitate assumptions made by adults. It passes through the stages of anxiety and angst; of pessimism and encouragement; most of all, of discovery. As William journeys through his own mind, revelations are made, relationships are broken and restored, and a faith that once seemed extinct is rediscovered and renewed.
Hannah M. Davis
Lizzie is a teenager with a supernatural ability who longs to be ordinary. Then one summer she falls in love….
Nothing is too bad to be forgiven.
"It's a sight seen countless times along the seafront at Whitby, just one more girl kissing one more vampire."
Nicole Leigh West
When a mysterious band of Gypsies arrive in the Czech Republic, a captive teenage heiress dives into the deadly secrets of her past in a battle for independence, belonging and love.
Self-harmer Melissa fights to survive her horrific past, her suicide-attempt and the lover who wants to destroy her.
Regina Dawn Akers
Following on from the strength of A Course in Miracles NTI teaches us how to experience the love and oneness of God.
Elizabeth A. Cronkhite
First volume of a translation of the Text of A Course in Miracles into plain, everyday language for anyone seeking inner peace.
An imaginative, creative and enjoyable Lent course that will lead us to new life at Easter (Bishop of Salisbury)
Rita Marie Robinson