As Lambs to His Fold

      Kurt F. Kammeyer / Western
As Lambs to His Fold

Nine-year-old cousins Bethany Markham and Leatrice Latimer are inspired to want to get to heaven. It should be easy for girls as righteous as them…Meet the girls and their extended families and relations, including Doctor/Bishop Lindblum, Great-Aunt Salina May Roundtree Gillis, 98-year-old Brother Nickelbee, glamorous Aunt Francie, a pot of African Violets, and Mooey-Moocher the cow.If there is one thing that every teen in America can relate to it’s having a high school crush. Although most teens are quicklycharacterized as caring mostly about themselves first, there is always that one exception to the rule where they care more aboutthe classmate at school they have a crush on. But not every teen knows how to court their crush with the right smoothness or charm and some teens never experience the joys of being courted by that one, gorgeous teen heartthrob they secretly yearn to be close to.“Love Letters from a Teen Heartthrob” by Q. T. Valentine is a collection of letters that every young lady wishes she could getfrom the guy she sees as the ultimate teen heartthrob at her school and every young man wishes he could write to win over thelady love of his young teenaged life.The letters include a special mix of creativity, an appropriate sense of humor (including clean humor; nothing offensive), compassion, sensitivity, respect, and confidence. He takes things at the pace most girls are most comfortable with: slow but intriguingly charming. This is the best recipe for both happiness and success as a couple – whether young or old.For every young woman that wished she could get letters like this and for every guy that ever wished he could be a bit smoother with the ladies, this is for you. And for those women and men that are looking for a trip down memory lane back into the teen years you’ll enjoy this collection of love letters written by one young man to one young woman. What kinds of teens are writing these letters? It’s the rare young man that every young woman secretly dreams of and that every parent wishes for their daughter.I could have written this as a mutual correspondence between two young lovers as other books have done but instead I chose to write it as if he, your very own teen heartthrob, were writing only to you the reader.“Love Letters from a Teen Heartthrob” is the story, written in the style of letters to you that begin as a friendly correspondence by a young man you know at school that most other girls have a crush on – including you. Yet interestingly enough, in addition to the friendly letters you receive from the handsome classmate you already know, you are also receiving different letters, love notes in your locker that are mysteriously signed “Love, Your Secret Admirer.” Try as you may, learning who your Secret Admirer is does not come easy.Could this mean that there are two young men at your school that have a crush on you? Is your guy friend that writes younothing more than a guy friend? Or is your handsome letter writing friend who you know well posing as your more romanticSecret Admirer who is secretly attracted to you but is too afraid to tell you for fear you may reject him?If you’re a young lady that wants to cozy up to the idea of what a good heartthrob might be for you without the problems thatcan come in a relationship then read on, enjoy, sit back, and relax as you read these letters as if they were just for you. And if you’re a guy that’s never known what to write a girl that you really like then this book is filled with great examples of how to treat a young lady with the kind of word and deed fondness and respect nearly every girl privately desires in her heart.Regardless of previous ideas you may have had about the seemingly perfect ways of super attractive teens, you’ll see thateven seemingly confident and popular heartthrobs get nervous sometimes and have a few things to overcome inside before theycan let loose and say how they really feel to someone they have a crush on…especially when that crush might just be you.
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    By Ailad's Bootstraps

      Kurt F. Kammeyer / Actions & Adventure / Science Fiction
By Ailad's Bootstraps

Young Ailad is visited by a Messenger, who takes him to heaven and then deposits him in a very different, unfamiliar world. There, Ailad struggles to rediscover himself and learn of his destiny on the planet Edom.It’s the first day of Starflight Academy and Hannah Stowe has her eye on the prize. Captain Stowe has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? That’s why she’s not going to be distracted by the spectacular Keltair male who just stepped off the ship next to hers. That would be dangerous with a capital D.But how can she stay away?With his quarters just across the hall, and the sexual tension between them building at every glance, the real question is which will be more difficult: Passing her classes or staying away from him?**** “To Kiss a Warrior” is Part One of a 5-part serialized novel. ****Check out the entire series:Book 1- To Kiss a WarriorBook 2- To Touch a WarriorBook 3- To Protect a WarriorBook 4- To Trust a WarriorBook 5- To Love a Warrior
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    The Last Stradivari

      Kurt F. Kammeyer / Fantasy / Romance & Love
The Last Stradivari

In this short story, an archaeologist finds the greatest violin ever built - then she crosses paths with the greatest violinist of all time. Will she give her soul to him in exchange for his talent?Charlotte is brilliant for her teenage years but her intellect doesn't serve her well. She's too smart for her own good and strikes out to live alone in a large metropolitan area. Success is fleeting and life isn't what she anticipates when she ends up homeless and living in the streets. Winter is coming and she struggles with forming trustworthy relationships. She does her best to do more than just survive, although her pride prevents her from doing little else.
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