The Newspaper

      George Kavsekhornak
The Newspaper

This ordinary or perhaps extraordinary story was happening in the publishing of the newspaper "The Horn"; although with the same success could happen in any other publishing.A plane crash, frostbite, a search and rescue, a fur coat with a heartbeat, wildly passionate dreams, and a couple of armed killers…what’s real and what’s hallucination…?Dawn has no idea.But she’s about to find out.Frozen Dawn is The Prequel to Bloodlines, the first full-length novel in Chrystal Bahl’s Twisted Tails Series.Watch for Blood Ties, the second book in the Twisted Tails Series...coming soon!

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    Fear

      George Kavsekhornak
Fear

...Well, nevertheless, we even do not know the basic characteristics of our flight. For example - the age of the aircraft, the qualification of pilots and commander, how many flew hours they have and whether there was success or failures in their preparation. If I tell you this information, and it will be… so to speak, not in favor of passengers, what will you do?...Blue Castaway is a fictional account of a man, Paul Porter, who after a drunken night of partying, accidentally ends the life of a witch. He must depart his normal lifestyle to fulfill the curse placed upon him with her dying breath. As part of the curse, she conjures a spell which scatters all of her personel effects throughout the United states and tasks him with returning them to her final resting place. Each of her belongings has its own spell that requires the object to be fed on a regular basis. Paul must find them before they can take their toll on their new owners. He discovers a possible end to the curse when he encounters a Midwestern girl by the name of Helen Wagner. She is in possession of a jigsaw puzzle with extraordinary, supernatural properties that used to belong to the witch. It ultimately changes both his and Helen's lives forever. Blue Castaway is the second of three novels centered around jigsaw puzzles with unusual and distinctly different supernatural properties, (the others being White Crest and Red Clover).

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    Invisible

      George Kavsekhornak
Invisible

He liked to write - clearly, correctly, nice and in a sense, interesting. Though the pension wasn’t far away, he was able to create such technical texts that the heads sometimes exclaimed: "Yes, this Instruction with a twist!" or "Let me take a Technical Form by Safron Tikhonovich, I’ll have read it before a sleep."“Tremendously Different Apocalyptic Epic” “I have never read a zombie book quite like this one.” “Oh my god! This was one of the scariest zombie books I have ever read.” (The first book in the Of Sudden Origin universe.) Perhaps once in an epoch, events force evolution to take a giant leap and a life form arises that is aberrant to that from which it sprang. This process is known to science as Of Sudden Origin. Call them zombies if you must; America, is at the mercy of a ruthless infection that devolves the intellect into that of a simian fiend. Horrible, yes, merciless, yes, blood thirsty, unquestionably - but it is the offspring of the infected who will change the world: The children of the Fiends are a mutant mind controlling abomination, and there is no defense against them.Jon Washington is one misstep from being torn apart, eaten alive or becoming a psychotic killer. Broken down in a New Hampshire forest with millions of psychopathic Americans marching on his heals, he meets Nikki Rosen, a disgraced Marine. Together they will cross a crucible of challenges that has outwitted and killed the most resilient among us. In an effort to solve what is being called The Cain’s pandemic, a Hot Zone Team of CDC scientists backed by Special Forces will go to Florida. Along the way they will stare into the the very face of evil. Happenstance combines these disparate groups into an explosive conclusion. Will any survive?

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    Mobile

      George Kavsekhornak
Mobile

...What had happened to it? And what if was it stolen? It couldn’t disappear just like that, from the clasped pocket. The jacket should be looked...A note is left at the door by quick footsteps containing an address. Splints follows it to learn there's more than just crime bosses and thieves in Brooksend, but the supernatural as well. Charles Splints is an aging detective kicked from the force years ago. The people of Brooksend still know he's the one to turn to when they have a case, so he keeps his office open just in case a beautiful woman walks in looking for a cup of coffee. (First appearance: Blissfire)

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    The Service

      George Kavsekhornak
The Service

"What if you hypnotize me, I will fall in love, for example, with ice-cream, will overeat on it and will die from a sore throat, but will be happy. Or you convince me that death is happiness, and I climb into a loop or jump off a bridge. And, you go to report to your superiors about another 'lucky man'. Forced to pass up until you don’t tell me how it works."Nomads the Risen God is the third and the last in my sci-fi adventure trilogy, in the final book the Nomads of Gorn face powerful enemies from within and from the unstoppable army of the Mac-Mar Alliance that covet the riches of their world, we follow Arn, Andra, Osh and the rest of the Outlanders as they face the harsh winter and then travel to the Western Sea to meet old friends and hunt for the gigantic Leviathans the rule the waters. But things are not what they seem and a force that once keep them safe is now turning against them and a war is coming that will decide the fate of Gorn forever.

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    The Heart

      George Kavsekhornak
The Heart

I slept very well. I open my eyes. Everything is unfamiliar to me here! Where am I? The bed is very soft, crisp white linen. The Sun looks out the window and greets me with its rays. So good! But where am I? And here's another problem – I forgot my name. Who am I? Maybe my name is Svetlana. Yes, a beautiful name. I am Svetlana!A short fictional story about a woman involved in a hit and run accident. Janet is left unconscious and consequently suffers a head injury. She is carrying no identification with her at the time of the mishap but she is carrying a wedding veil in a plastic shopper bag. The story looks at some of the effects of a head injury and the human emotions and reactions of the patient, her helpers, the nursing staff and the attitudes of the driver who did not stop to help.

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    The Conductor

      George Kavsekhornak
The Conductor

Having entered into the trolleybus, you hardly notice him immediately. Though summer day in a transport usually is few people, but you can recognize this man only by hanging orange working overalls on the back of his seat.Twenty-one-year-old Trevor Chiao is Prime Indigo; he is a member of the fabulous Primes, a group of seven men and women whose mission is to protect the Earth from Enclave, an alien organization bent on taking over the world. Protected by an indigo-colored force shield that enhances his strength and speed and keeps his identity secret, he travels all over the world with his fellow Primes, battling monsters, Zoinks, and the mysterious Lily Lee, a beautiful Asian woman who refers to herself as . . . the Attack Doll. The death of Prime Commander has dealt a heavy blow to Trevor and his fellow Primes. And when the team is threatened by government forces intent on discovering their secrets, things go from bad to worse. To hold the team together, the Primes must enlist the aid of an old friend and implement . . . Protocol Black.

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    Light

      George Kavsekhornak
Light

"You are very lightly dressed for today's weather.""Do not worry, I don't feel cold.""What's this? Who did it with you?"When twelve-year-old Rebecca’s parents quickly split up, she moves hundreds of miles away to a big city housing project. She has had to leave her Beatles album and record player behind. Everyone who lives in The Project gets called “just Project”. Her mother becomes seriously ill. A younger Project friend disappears. Her brother leaves. Her father won’t come to take her home. How can she become a teenager when every day is worse than the last one?In spite of the family chaos, Rebecca holds onto the dream of turning thirteen years old. She hangs around with an older Project girl and learns to think and speak like a teenager. They plan a teenage haircut and cool clothes for Rebecca. Rebecca sneaks away to the lookout where she thinks about how her life has changed. She thinks about the Project and poverty, which makes her madder.As she becomes a teenager, her rebellion intensifies. She fights with her mother. Yet there is more to being a teenager than pulling away. Rebecca searches for the deeper meaning to growing up.

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