Download or read book Wild Women Collection written by Rachel Sullivan and published by CityOwl+ORM. This book was released on 2019-11-28 with total page 720 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The first 3 books in this paranormal romantic thriller series about supernatural Wild Women who join forces against their oppressors. FREYJA’S DAUGHTER Supernatural bounty hunter Faline Frey is more comfortable relying on perp files and handcuffs than using her huldra powers. It’s better to avoid being noticed by the local Hunter authority. But when Faline’s sister is kidnapped, she not only teams up with her cop ex-lover to find her, she inspires her fellow Wild Women to finally embrace their power against their oppressors. LILITH’S CHILDREN As Wild Woman unite in battle, the Hunters double down their suppression efforts. But with Faline's coterie on the run, they soon discover something even darker lurking under the streets of Portland—and it’s appetite will not be satisfied with words. Between old enemies and potential new ones, danger lives in every shadow ISHTAR’S LEGACY As the Wild Women turn the tide on the Hunter in America, global communities of Wild Women get wind of the possible exposure. When they discover Faline Frey has partnered with an ex-Hunter, they are ready to declare war on their own sisters. Faline has one shot to stop the bloodshed and win freedom for every Wild Woman. But can she succeed with her hands literally tied behind her back?
Download or read book Freyja's Daughter written by Rachel Sullivan and published by City Owl Press. This book was released on 2018-05-22 with total page 286 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A beautiful bounty hunter created by the goddess Freyja is out to find her kidnapped sister in this paranormal romance series debut. Though bounty-hunter Faline Frey has magical abilities, she’d rather rely on perp files and handcuffs than her huldra powers to take down a suspect. With the local Hunter authority out keep supernatural Wild Women like her in check, it’s better to avoid their unwanted attention. All that changes the night she heads out for a date, hoping to get lucky—and gets screwed instead. Now her sister is missing, the Hunters are on her tail, and the one person offering to help is her ex-lover, Officer David Garcia, who has just enough ties to the supernatural world to be dangerous. To unite her fellow Wild Women against their common foe, Faline will need to convince them to do the one thing she fears most—exhume their power buried deep beneath centuries of oppression.
Download or read book Wild Women Collection written by Rachel Sullivan and published by . This book was released on 2019-12-03 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: From paranormal author, Rachel Sullivan, comes the Wild Women Collection. The set contains books 1 - 3 of the series, including Freyja's Daughter, Lilith's Children, and Ishtar's Legacy. Join Faline and enter the world of these wild women!
Download or read book Lilith's Children written by Rachel Pudelek and published by . This book was released on 2019-01-23 with total page 268 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The battle raging between the Wild Women of Seattle and the Hunters has sparked a war. But will either side survive the new threat that lurks in the shadows? Hunters are doubling down their efforts, putting Faline's coterie on the run. But war waits for no woman, especially not a fugitive... Faline's plans for a surprise attack on an east coast Hunter complex hit a snag when succubi leader Marie calls in a favor and Faline has no choice but to answer. What Faline uncovers is a hidden Portland underground and an elaborate scheme dripping with Marie's cunning manipulation. Only, Marie isn't the puppet-master and neither are the Hunters. Something darker lurks under the city of Portland--and his appetite is unlikely to be satiated by words alone. That hunger is growing... But Marcus and his renegade friends would rather slit with their daggers than see it quenched. Between old enemies and potential new, danger lives in every shadow, threatening not only Faline's coterie this time, but everything she knows about her world. And when their biggest allies in the war against the Hunters are captured, the Wild Women are left scrambling for support in the unlikeliest of places. "Strong characters. Smart writing. The most fun I've had between the pages in a long time! Pudelek is not to be missed!" - New York Times bestselling author, Wendy Higgins ★★★★★ AUTHOR INTERVIEW Q: Why do you write? A: I write because I'm compelled to create worlds and stories that introduce new kinds of archetypes, men and woman who defy their gender roles to be their authentic selves. I write with the hope that my readers will come away feeling a new sense of empowerment and self-worth. Q: What do you write? A: I write adult and young adult novels featuring empowered anti-heroines, usually in a paranormal or urban fantasy setting. WILD WOMEN FREYJA'S DAUGHTER (book 1) LILITH'S CHILDREN (book 2) ISHTAR'S LEGACY (book 3) Q: Why should readers pick up your books? A: My books are crafted with care to think outside the box of societal norms to include history and "herstory" as well as marginalized people, because to me, a tapestry woven with unique and different fabrics is the most beautiful sight to behold. Be sure to scroll up and hit that BUY NOW button to enter a world of harpies, mermaids, and more wild women!
Download or read book Quest for the Mead of Poetry written by Hallfridur J. Ragnheidardottir and published by . This book was released on 2016-03-02 with total page 246 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Quest for the Mead of Poetry is a translation and interpretation of seven Icelandic tales. In search for the meaning of a dream in which she was given a silver necklace by a poet, the author happened upon the key to hidden layers of her ancestral heritage. That key was Brísingamen, a legendary necklace that belonged to Freyja, goddess of love and fertility. Freyja’s necklace, she discovered, conceals in its name the union of the Sun and the Moon as seen in an eclipse, her red embers bleeding from under his coal black disk in a flaming necklace. It was a revelation that led her to understand that the tabooed menstrual flow of her ancestresses found expression in symbolic language. “Only Hallfridur J. Ragnheidardottir with her wisdom, intelligence, knowledge and poetic talents could create a readable and intriguing look at menstruation as related to Icelandic Fairy Tales. Quest for the Mead of Poetry: Menstrual Symbolism in Icelandic Folk and Fairy Tales is a remarkable accomplishment. It adeptly weaves personal dreams, tarot, Jungian psychology (archetypes, symbolism, dream interpretation), and mythology, as well as her grown-up intimate associations to her childhood memories of fairy tales and to the telling of the collective experience of menstruation. Ragnheidardottir shares her personal story of being drawn to the topic in a powerful dream, as well as the worldwide view of woman's fertility as seen in Icelandic folk and fairy tales. This is a significant work that opens new ways of looking at women and their fertile roles in life while deepening our understanding of ourselves and of human nature in general.” -Justina Lasley, MA, founder and director of the Institute for Dream Studies, author of Wake Up to Your Dreams: Transform Your Relationships, Career, and Health While You Sleep “Quest for the Mead of Poetry: Menstrual Symbolism in Icelandic Folk and Fairy Tales joins the canon of works by writers such as the Brothers Grimm and Bruno Bettelheim in untangling the secret significance of folklore and fairy tales. Its focus on the central yet often overlooked element of menstrual meaning within the stories is particularly valuable. Every culture has its own unique way of interpreting the mysteries of the menstrual cycle, but few writers have taken up the task of decoding the nuances involved. Ragnheidardottir has done so with insight.” -David Linton, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Marymount Manhattan College, member of the Board of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research (SMCR) and editor of its newsletter, "The Periodical” “With intelligence, insight, scholarship, and passion, Hallfridur J. Ragnheidardottir goes deeply into a subject that—amazingly—has never been explored. By focusing on her native Iceland's particular tradition of fairy tales—many of which will be familiar through their counterparts in Grimms' and elsewhere—she both sharpens her insights and allows her own life history to inform her arguments. Quest for The Mead of Poetry is a valuable, even important work of scholarship and thought. It is also a true delight to read.” -Rachel Pollack, author of The Child Eater “Hallfridur J. Ragnheidardottir employs a wide knowledge of Icelandic folk tales as well as deep psychological understanding to create an intimate, intelligent book about feminine wounding and healing. The author is able to plumb the depths of her own personal emotional experience and, at the same, rise to a remarkable level of wisdom and insight.” -Laurie Layton Schapira, RN, MSN, LP, Jungian Analyst and filmmaker in New York City, author of The Cassandra Complex: Living with Disbelief. A Modern Perspective on Hysteria. Hallfridur J. Ragnheidardottir is a poet and a dreamworker with M.A. in Icelandic literature. In her master's thesis she explored her mythological heritage through the lens of Jungian psychology. It was the beginning of an adventurous journey in search of her own music. In this book, she gives voice to her passion for myth, dreams, tarot and poetry. From 1970 her life has been divided between New York and Reykjavik, where she and her husband have now settled. Their son, daughter-in-law and two grandsons live in New York, keeping alive the connection between the two cities.
Download or read book Cycles of Norse Mythology written by Glenn Searfoss and published by Andrews UK Limited. This book was released on 2019-04-11 with total page 836 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: These stories are old, old as the Behmer Wold and seldom in life has there been such a brewing... Cycles of Norse Mythology captures the passion, cruelty, and heroism of an ancient world. Encompassing Odin’s relentless pursuit of wisdom across the nine worlds, Gullveig’s malicious death at the hands of the Æsir that sparks a brutal war with the Vanir, Thor’s battles against the giants of Jotunheim, the tragedy of Volund, the many devious machinations of Loki, and the inescapable events of Ragnarök, this lyrical re-imagining of the Norse myths presents the gripping adventures of the Norse gods and their foes in a style to delight modern readers of all ages. A detailed glossary provides a quick reference to the meaning behind names and terms used in the book. A Source Reference is included for persons who want to delve deeper into the study of Norse mythology.
Download or read book The Heritage of European Literature written by Edward Howell Weatherly and published by . This book was released on 1948 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download or read book The Wild Child written by Alexander Cogar and published by Xlibris Corporation. This book was released on 2018-09-01 with total page 454 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In a war-torn world, the brightest beacon of hope comes from a child of blood, with his closest companions following him into the chaos. However, this story follows Kyle, the quick-witted, smart-mouthed hunter with a knack for surviving the most difficult situations. He is torn from the others, cast into solitude, and pit against an enemy far beyond his own means. His only chance to survive would mean taking away his humanity and binding him to a living force of nature.
Download or read book The Congress of Women Held in the Woman's Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, U.S.A., 1893 ... written by Mary Kavanaugh Oldham Eagle and published by . This book was released on 1894 with total page 824 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download or read book Fraser's Magazine written by James Anthony Froude and published by . This book was released on 1869 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Contains the first printing of Sartor resartus, as well as other works by Thomas Carlyle.