Archive for August, 2016
Excerpt: Haunted Cruise: The Shakedown
They all took off down the passageway; the captain hollering behind his officer and Dellie. Bruce shortly made an abrupt, right turn and fumbled at the door of a cabin, quickly entered and locked it. He ventured over to a section of the room near a window and cowered in the corner like a frightened child. Keeping his eyes and the beam of his flashlight affixed to the door, he prayed the prayer he saw himself uttering in the dream. Panic struck him as he recalled the events of his nightmare. He was just like that! Hiding in a small cabin… alone. Then, that scent again — the sickening smell of death pierced through the doorway as a massive pile of ashes. Bruce knew, without a doubt, that he had just said his final prayer.
I believed the best was yet to come I believed there wasn’t anything we couldn’t get through I believed in you and me For eternity Until you put your hands on me I understood the abuse from your pa…
With Haunted Cruise: The Shakedown, Tanya R. Taylor illustrated …
If you are truly determined that you will not live a defeated life, you won’t. You will overcome each and every obstacle and you will succeed.
Many will admit that they’ve found themselves at the place where they were certain they couldn’t go on for one more day, one more hour, one more minute. The pressures of life, consistent troubles and hardships convinced them that it would be better to stop right there than to try to persist. Then, the next minute came, the next hour, the next day and they found themselves pressing forward. Bottom line: The strength that got you up and moving when you were sure you no longer could, is the same strength that will take you to bigger and better things – to your destiny – if you would be courageous and determined enough to continue the course.