All words are made up, but where did these words come from? Some words we use every day come to us from books and plays, and we may never have known it! Ranging from sources such as a 12th century epic poem to a 20th century horror novel, these are 15 words that writers have given us.
SYNOPSIS:From the beginning of his life Jacob Dark has struggled with evil. From his dysfunctional childhood through his formative teenage years Jacob is plagued with darkness and despair, a burden that no person, much less a child should have to bear. Madness is subjective; everyone experiences it at some level. Jacob’s battle between madness and sanity will take him on a journey where he will confront his own personal demons. Are they an illusion or is Jacob in a fight for his life against an ancient evil? What type of hell is unleashed upon the earth will be decided by what Jacob does. Either to stop it or let it consume everything and everyone. Our fate will be in his hands. —V.M. Phillips
La JefaAuthor: Patrick M. Harris Synopsis: Two good friends Erick and Zack plan a vacation to the Dominican Republic. Zack's flight gets delayed out of Pittsburgh and he misses his connecting flight out of Miami with Erick and won't be arriving until the next day. The first day Erick is alone in DR and meets a beautiful Dominican woman named Damani.
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