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  • Etiquette for Wives

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    Self Help 12 Step Guide for Married Women with Bible Verses

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  • three friends

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    Denny, Mark, and Nicky were products of a country, brimming with possibilities but wrought with difficulties, struggling like many other countries to find its true identity and vision for the future. This characteristic is imbued in its products, its people.

    As Denny, Mark, and Nicky were born, grow up, cope with life’s challenges and different sets of givens, they manage to find comfort in a bond that grows more compelling and yet complicated over time.

    Although the story is completely fictional, it is based on documented and observed factual and historical events and places and tells of very real struggles experienced by a quaint society.

    This is a story written by a young girl growing up and seeing the world in all its beauty and ugliness and then later revised by an old woman who had evolved her perspectives in life.

    This is a story of friendship, which, through a remarkable set of extremely trying circumstances, and yet a very tenuous and mystical spirit, managed to sustain itself and wield a very powerful force.

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  • Fate of the Light

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    a fairy tale on leadership

    This is a fairy tale on leadership. The protagonist, Allo, is a natural king, who was born having everything one could ever ask for…until one fateful night when the Ufiad King ambushes the Light Kingdom because of an unfortunate prophecy. In a matter of hours, Allo loses everything.

    Events that follow are not as everyone expects, except for the Head Fairy, keeper of the balance, who seems to know what is in store for the Light people.

    The story is set in a strange and yet familiar world of mystical creatures and characters mixed with lifelike troubles and desires. It tells how the fate of a people is determined by a very human, almost insignificant individual, who has his own share of flaws and finds himself in the most pitiable circumstances which are not of his doing, and yet is burdened by the thirst for revenge and royal birthright, struggling within himself.

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