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📒Savage Dragon 218 ✍ Erik Larsen
✏Savage Dragon 218 Book Summary : SELF-CONTAINED ISSUE Malcolm and Maxine have a madcap adventure fraught with peril: a day in the life of Savage Dragon.
📒Love Bleeds ✍ RaShelle Workman
✏Love Bleeds Book Summary : Every thousand years the vampire queen selects a new body, always the fairest in the land, and this time she's chosen Snow White. A modern day Snow White reimagining with a vampire twist. "Lips red as rubies. Hair dark as night. Drink your true love's blood. Become the vampire, Snow White." Summary: Every thousand years the Vampire Queen selects a new body, always the fairest in the land, and this time she's chosen Snow White. (3.1): Questions are answered. Necks are bitten. Kisses are traded. And Snow realizes sometimes love bleeds... (3.2): Snow possesses a piece of the first dragon's soul. She needs to speak to him about that. Also, she finally understands what it's like to be in love. (3.3): Snow comes face to face with destiny. A word she can't stand. (3.4): Snow is the only one who can destroy the Vampire Queen, but her heart isn't in it. _____ This download includes the short stories: 3.5: Cindy Witch, 3.6 A Hunter's Tale, 3.7 Gabriel, 3.8 After the Kiss, and 3.9 Blood's Rose
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📒Forthcoming Books ✍ Rose Arny
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📒Blood And Snow ✍ Rashelle Workman
✏Blood and Snow Book Summary : Love Bleeds (3.1): Questions are answered. Necks are bitten. Kisses are traded. And Snow realizes sometimes love bleeds... Eye of Abernathy (3.2): Snow possesses a piece of the first dragon's soul. She needs to speak to him about that. Also, she finally understands what it's like to be in love. Resolved to Rule (3.3): Snow comes face to face with destiny. A word she can't stand. Vampire Ever After (3.4): Snow is the only one who can destroy the Vampire Queen, but her heart isn't in it.
📒Blood And Snow 13 ✍ Rashelle Workman
✏Blood and Snow 13 Book Summary : My name is Jasmine and I am an original vampire. A few weeks ago, Laeddin took me to the Gargoyle Realm. A lot happened there. We found Cole. Troy and Professor Pops showed up, and I did something... something that needed to be done. Laeddin didn't approve of my choice, but it was the right decision. I also found the second piece of the fairy crown. And, I fell in love. Like, deeply in love. It's been only a few days since I left the Gargoyle Realm. I'm once again tasked with locating another piece of the crown and slaying another assassin. This time we are going to France. But it isn't our current day. When I wake, the obnoxious golden dragon, Abernathy has whisked me to fourteen hundred and twenty-eight, into a little town a week's journey from the Chateau de Chinon-the location of the third piece of crown. Strangely enough, Professor Pops is there, except he isn't a professor yet. Nor is he a vampire. He's a regular man in love with Joanna d'Arc, the one and only Joan of Arc all the history books talk about. Meeting her is incredible. The countryside is beautiful and our journey is filled with adventure, but even without the darkness and the Akuma, there is still the weight of my destiny weighing heavily on me. The darkness will overtake the world in a little more than a month. I must collect the last three pieces of the crown so I can destroy the wicked queen, save the world, and hopefully get my wings back. Oh, and try not to die in the process.
📒Language And Sexism ✍ Sara Mills
✏Language and Sexism Book Summary : The issue of sexist language has been hotly debated within feminist circles since the 1960s. Previous books have tended to regard sexism in language as easy to identify and have suggested solutions to overcome and counter sexism. Sara Mills takes a fresh and more critical look at sexism in language, and argues that even in feminist circles it has become a problematic concept. Drawing on conversational and textual data collected over the last ten years, and with reference to recent research carried out in a range of different academic disciplines, Mills suggests that there are two forms of sexism - overt and indirect. Overt sexism is clear and unambiguous, while indirect sexism is based on pragmatics and the meaning and interpretation of utterances. Indirect sexism is extremely common and we therefore need new ways to challenge and analyse its usage in language.