Misty and Faker are two ordinary people except for the part where they are only one foot tall. Misty embraces her size by dressing up like an elf all the time while faker prefers to dress like a normal guy. Don't forget that they love to cook together, making food for the polar bears to eat. One day they were just exploring and they ran into a big brick house (or more like the size of a mansion). They decide to go inside, but end up getting trapped. They find their way out, but must find a way to help the two people that trapped them. If they are able to help them it will change their lives forever. Will they do it? Will they be able to help or make it worse?
How to live for real when you're tempted to fake it
Author: Nicholas T McDonald
Pubpsher: The Good Book Company
Helps Christians to share their faith in today's world confidently and effectively. The world has changed in so many ways, and many of us no longer feel confident when it comes to evangelism, especially with the rise of hostility towards Christian points of view. Keeping quiet is becoming our default position. Yet the world has not changed in one way-it still needs Jesus. Renowned evangelist Becky Pippert draws on decades of conversations about Christianity around the world to call and equip ordinary Christians to share Jesus through their ordinary day-to-day conversations. She shows that by leaning on our extraordinary God, such conversations can, and often do, have extraordinary results. They will transform hearts, transform society, and transform the world! Weaving Bible teaching with compelling stories, Stay Salt is the next generation "Out of the Saltshaker" for this new era. It will give readers the confidence share Jesus like Jesus-relevantly, thoughtfully, and effectively. Contains discussion questions for small groups at the end of each chapter.
One of Bustle's Most Anticipated Fall Releases Debut author Sarah Smith nails this fun and sexy rom-com where two office foes hammer out their differences to build a love that will last.... Emmie Echavarre is a professional faker. She has to be to survive as one of the few female employees at Nuts & Bolts, a power tool company staffed predominantly by gruff, burly men. From nine to five, Monday through Friday, she's tough as nails--the complete opposite of her easy-going real self. One thing she doesn't have to fake? Her disdain for coworker Tate Rasmussen. Tate has been hostile to her since the day they met. Emmie's friendly greetings and repeated attempts to get to know him failed to garner anything more than scowls and terse one-word answers. Too bad she can't stop staring at his Thor-like biceps... When Emmie and Tate are forced to work together on a charity construction project, things get...heated. Emmie's beginning to see that beneath Tate's chiseled exterior lies a soft heart, but it will take more than a few kind words to erase the past and convince her that what they have is real.
This early work by Richard Harding Davis was originally published in the early 20th century and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'The Nature Faker' is a short story about a young man and his quest to marry. Davis attended Lehigh University and Johns Hopkins University, but was asked to leave both due to neglecting his studies in favour socialising. During the Second Boer War in South Africa, Davis was a leading correspondent of the conflict. He saw the war first-hand from both parties perspectives and documented it in his publication 'With Both Armies' (1900). He wrote widely from locations such as the Caribbean, Central America, and even from the perspective of the Japanese forces during the Russo-Japanese War. Davis died following a heart attack on 11th April, 1916, at the age of 51.
The wicked exploits of an assortment of louts and losers occupy Melvin Jules Bukiet's profligate imagination in these delectable stories. The title of Melvin Jules Bukiet's latest collection hints at the deceitful nature of its multiple protagonists. An aspiring writer stalks Vladmir Nabokov across midtown Manhattan one afternoon in the summer of Watergate. A young co-ed's seduction of her elderly philosophy professor delivers her an A and him lasting happiness. Max, "a liar and a voyeur, like any true artist," wanders the East Village taking photographs of murder victims. A famous Holocaust survivor "with the big eyes and the big prize" conducts an impromptu circumcision. Ranging from 1895 Prague to the site of a Central American rebellion to the home of a certain Seattle software magnate to the roof of an urban skyscraper, each of these outrageous (though occasionally tender) stories offers keen insight into human nature.
Everything You Need to Know About the Books You Should Have Read (But Didn't)
Author: Michelle Witte
Pubpsher: Rowman & Littlefield
DIVWith a chatty voice and sarcastic style, The Faker's Guide to the Classics condenses the great—but long and often complicated—novels, plays, and poems into bite-size nuggets of info that are easy to digest, cutting out the bloated analysis and nauseating debate of other reading guides. From Anna Karenina and Beowulf to Ulysses and Wuthering Heights, each of the 100 books profiled here is a classic that everyone talks about but only hardcore lit majors have actually read. Now, with The Faker's Guide to the Classics, you, too, can: Reminisce about books you were supposed to read for class but didn't; fudge literary discussions at fancy parties; impress a date with your incredible knowledge and wit; and cut through the ivory tower of world letters to read like a ninja! Each entry contains: a quick and dirty narrative description of plot points and overall story, including significant twists and surprise endings, told with humorous brevity; famous quotes from each work, accompanied by smartass responses; the original cover or an illustration conveying the work’s tone (or lack thereof). Brief author bios, including misdeeds and scandals, add illuminating and occasionally disgusting background to each work. All of the text appears in simple, contemporary English, so it’s easy to understand—and short enough to tweet. With this must-have guide, there’s no more need to worry whether a reference to Miss Havisham is an insult or to wonder what happened to Moby-Dick. Not reading the classics has never been easier! /div
Memories are strange things. For one group of disaffected, drugged-out college students, they?re about to become stranger ? maybe, even, to become a stranger! Jessie, Marky, 'Sack? and Yvonne ? four college friends with dark secrets hidden from one another ? try a new drug, ?Angel?s Kiss?, after a wild party. The next morning they wake up with hangovers and memories of bad dreams, but fortunately, their friend NickPhilo is there to comfort them all. There?s just one wrinkle: Nick Philo doesn?t exist...
In "The Faker and the Finder," the author's transparency of a "dirty soul" helps the reader become aware of a Divine relief for a heavily wounded spirit. An unveiling of the impact of tragedy and trauma on the mind and body, she takes the hand of the reader and walks them step-by-step through her journey of trying to fake her way back into feeling alive. The Finder's restoration plan for her existence and eternity revealed a Father who would not surrender control.