Prison life is about to get harder.The inmates of Warsaw Prison are safe from the virus outbreak beyond the walls. For now.Warden Gorgon wants to use the prison walls as a barrier against the infected. But he knows the walls will only last so long. If only he could figure out a better planJack Turk and the prisoners in C-Pod are about to learn their fate. It's a death sentence. One that was added to their time served, without the proper adjudication. And Jack is not about to take what's given.The walls are closing in. Who will survive? Who will be sacrificed? This is a suspenseful tale of post-apocalyptic horror.Buy this book to begin the terrifying series today!Caged 1 is the first novella in the Zombie Lockup series by Chuck Buda. It is approximately 25,000 words and contains adult language and scenes of horror. Reader discretion is heavily advised.
Another collection of shorter stories from the Sarah McGee universe sees Torwen, Tina Aensland, and Emily Jones give their accounts of things. Torwen, once the leader of a forest dwelling people finds that, while the world might not have come to an end, her people have ended up somewhere truly strange and have been changed for the worse. And that's not the worst news either. Tina Aensland married Eric Hoyle and her life went downhill from there as his associates took her peace of mind and her innocence of the weird things that lurk in the shadows. Emily Jones came home from university to find out several... unfortunate things about both her mum and her new found friend Melian.
This book is written for all parents, especially Chinese and Asian parents who come from a cultural background that holds education in the highest regard.
Many of us parents are willing to put in a lot of our time, resources, and energy to provide the best educational opportunities for our children in hopes that they will excel academically and be successful in life. We may think we are making sacrifices, but too often, despite our good intentions, we end up stressing out and hurting our children!
Loving our children means wanting the best for them and doing everything we can to help them attain their goals. The problem is that we don't necessarily know what is best for our children, or what their goals are. What we think is best for them may not be their best; and the goals we set for them may not be their goals. To better understand our children, we need to build a safe, secure and trusting relationship with them, so that they could communicate their needs and thoughts with us with ease and confidence.
Often times, our children may not feel our love, because they think we are treating them like projects that need to be improved. With the pressure from parents, peers, schools, society, culture, and the pressure from within themselves, many of our children develop problems like aggression, addiction, anxiety, anger, depression, low self-worth, poor grades, sleep disorders, eating disorders, weight problems, etc.