Karl Nielsen is a 17-year-old boy who has been helping his parents at the familial farm from an early age on a small island on the west coast of Denmark. However, his life shatters the day when Germans invade Denmark and arrive where they live. His father still manages to send him on a boat for England before the Nazis can take him away.
In a country he has never been to before, he will have to survive on his own right in the middle of the madness of the war.
Will he manage to make it through despite all the hardships he will have to face?
Bodark Creek is a small, former mill town, north of Dallas and close to the Oklahoma border. Starting in 1908, Addy Bronner Braden spends most of her very long life there, surrounded by her large, close family. She loves them, leads them, and depends on them.
There is one gay person in this book – my husband. That makes sense, since the book is based on one half of his family tree. But he only turns up at the very end and as a visitor. And that about defines the relationship between gay people and this part of his family.
Back in the spotlight at last, Jasper and Ryan's lives are about to turn into the most exciting chaos imaginable. As if life wasn't complicated enough with tours and media, they are about to hit the next stage, marriage and parenthood! For most people, this is a challenge without the added pressure of constant public scrutiny and travelling around the globe. What's in store for our favourite ship in the new adventure?
NFields1608, in Poetry. 01/23/2021 (Updated: 10/02/2021)
This is my collection for poetry involving love. Whether it comes from the mind or the heart, I recognize love as one of the strongest emotions that one can have. Driven by this feeling towards my family and friends, I create.