New Release Books by Rob Shepherd

Rob Shepherd is the author of Ho Ho Holy Sh*t! (2020), Kill The Jerk (2020), Semianimus (2019), Sofiah (2013), Even If You Were Perfect, Someone Would Crucify You (2013) and other 10 books.

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Ho Ho Holy Sh*t!

release date: Dec 21, 2020
Ho Ho Holy Sh*t!
The Authors of Terror Tract and a few guests take Christmas a horrifying direction. Filled will tales that will have you changing the words to your favorite carols. We deck the halls with blood, bodies and lots of horror.Jonathan LambertThomas M. Malafarina Aaron LeboldTerry Miller L.C. ValentineR.C. Mulhare Edmund Stone Derek Austin JohnsonCraig Gerald Ferguson David Owain Hughes Eric Kapitan Josh Davis Andrew Lennon Rob ShepherdDusty Davis Mawr Gorshin C.M. Saunders & Michael McCarty

Kill The Jerk

release date: Jan 14, 2020
Kill The Jerk
Jerks! Jerks are everywhere, and most of them have access to a computer. Whether it's neighbors, family, coworkers, bosses, social media, or people we go to church with, all of us know someone who is a jerk. Typically, we try to confront or ignore jerks, but is there a better way? Kill the Jerk is for anyone looking to improve their relationships. Most people want healthy relationships, but few people are willing to do what it takes to have them. With humor, practical application, and a desire to honor God, Kill the Jerk offers a nonviolent way to have relationships that thrive.

Semianimus

release date: Oct 28, 2019
Semianimus
Alex Bonne has seen and been through almost everything in life. From crime to death, punishment to rehab, Alex has seen and experienced it all. Alex has tried to change for the better though since his incarceration in a rehabilitation institution. However, when Alex wakes up one day after a particularly fraught night, the world appears to have changed around him instead. From the people in and around the institute to the outside world, suddenly everything is different, all of a sudden, it seems the entire world has changed, not just Alex. Now not only does Alex not recognise the world he now lives in, but soon enough, he may not even recognise himself either. He needs to find out, to determine what has happened and what the hell is going on and most importantly, try and figure out how to stop it all before there is nothing left and he is the only one to understand what it was and why. There may be a cure to the madness, but that cure may just require more from Alex than he bargained for. Can Alex be the man he always hoped to be, or will he end up being just the same as he always has been. Or worse still, will he even survive at all?

Sofiah

release date: Jul 04, 2013
Sofiah
Set in 1944, "Sofiah" features two men from opposite sides of the battle for Europe. Soon the two men find they have more in common than they could have bargained for.

Even If You Were Perfect, Someone Would Crucify You

release date: Mar 01, 2013
Even If You Were Perfect, Someone Would Crucify You
“In short, digestible chapters Shepherd shares several truths every human needs to know . . . You’ll enjoy reading and laughing your way through this book!” (Terrace Crawford, nationally recognized speaker & author of Going Social). He should have seen it coming. Anonymous letters are rarely good. On the day after preaching a sermon at his church, Rob Shepherd opened a letter filled with hurtful words and a very strong opinion about how awful his sermon was. On his fourth reading of the letter, Rob heard a still small voice say, “Even if you preached the perfect sermon somebody would crucify it.” That thought began the process of setting Rob free from being a lifelong people pleaser. With humor, personal stories, and great conviction Rob shares his personal story of learning to care less about what people say and more about what God says. Even If You Were Perfect Somebody Would Crucify You uncovers what our real struggle is when it comes to pleasing people. You can be set free from the fear of saying no to people, win the battle with avoiding confrontation, learn the power of confession, and find your true identity in Jesus. “This book will nail you in regards to cutting out the paralyzing noises of life and opinions of others. Be ready for a tugging at your heart to rest and rediscover your identity FULLY in Him.” —Chad Johnson, director of the Catalyst Conference

You Misspelled Christian

release date: Aug 01, 2018

Hand-made Books

release date: Jan 01, 1994
Hand-made Books
This title is aimed at the amateur with a limited budget. It explains the basic techniques of bookbinding through a series of ten projects. All can be completed at the kitchen table using equipment that can be found at home or that is inexpensive and readily available. the three traditional styles. Having got to grips with the basic techniques, the reader is then introduced to larger, multi-section bindings for journals, cased-in magazines and scrap books. unfolded sheets of paper such as typed reports. For those with a bookshelf full of old paperbacks, the explanation of how to repair them should prove very easy to follow. To complete the projects, the method of Japanese binding is described, which uses a limp cover sewn in a decorative fashion. In the final project, the book tells how to make an exquisite portfolio. result. A multitude of fabrics and papers can be used as covering materials, Rob Shepherd includes some of his own cover designs.

Stripped Unconsciousness

release date: Jan 04, 2016
Stripped Unconsciousness
A complete collection of the poetry of Rob Shepherd; Author of: 'Life With Boris Karloff!', 'Sofiah', 'The Grays Anatomy: 12 Short Stories', 'The Caretaker' & 'Butterflies'. Stripped Unconsciousness is an inward exploration of the Human Condition, what makes us who we are, why, where it happens and how we come to realise what position we hold in our own reality as well as other peoples own worlds. What breaks us, what makes us & what we create in ourselves. Each poem is a unique perspective upon a situation of the mind, body, soul & the flesh. each poem is designed to provide a message, a perspective and, or chain of thought unique to the reader, personal & individual.

The Cinderella of the Arts

release date: Nov 01, 2015

The Caretaker

release date: Nov 05, 2015
The Caretaker
A couple move into a Hi-Rise residential block, only to find that the reason it is so perfect is because it hides a horrifying secret; A mysterious yet terrifying caretaker and a whole lot of horror that keeps residents in check but who is in control of the horror and what are the dirty secrets that need to be cleaned up?

Dark Light

release date: Feb 12, 2014
Dark Light
Dark Light 2 is the follow up to Amazon's #1 Bestselling Anthology, Dark Light. DARK LIGHT 2 explores the darker side of our world, the things no one wants to speak about or admit. The stories in this anthology will make you think, make you shiver, intrigue and entertain you. Please step into our world of the darker side where little light shines through. Are you ready? Stories were collected from around the world and provided by Joie Dunham Parent, Char Hardin, Rob Shepherd, Stephanie Wolfe, Andrew Katz, Zoe Adams, Stefan Ellery, R. A. Sears, Luke A. Pollard, Susan Burdorf, Collette Burjack, Adrian Ludens, Sergio Palumbo, David Perlmutter, JT Lewis, Linna Drehmel, H. G. Bleackley, Monique Diplock, Lori King, Kent Alyn, Diane Arrelle, Blaise Torrance, K.R. Jordan, and L.D. Ricard.

Lost on the Titanic

release date: Jan 01, 2001
Lost on the Titanic
Book focusing on the unique binding that the firm had produced for a copy of Omar Khayam's Rubāʻīyāt which had been on the Titanic when it sunk in 1912.

The Human Condition - 3 - Now you know me

release date: Jan 01, 2012

Mutate

release date: Jan 10, 2017
Mutate
"Mutation is my favorite word these days. There is no other word to describe what I have become..." They aren't human anymore, something has happened to them. Their DNA has changed leaving them something much more sinister. Do you dare find out what in Mutate? The anthology featuring the following stories and authors: Empath by Matias Andres Bravo JaraSquirm by Kevin S. HallDriven by Jonny GrahamUnder the Bed by Alex WinckBlood Pool by Katie JaarsveldSticks and Stones by Mckenzie RichardsonFormula 831 Dave J. SuscheckNostradamus by Kally Jo SurbeckMutation by Rae Desmond JonesMutatis Mutandis by Rick EddyOutback Attack by Noel OsualdiniA Christmas Miracle by Andy LockwoodThe Stoat by Anthony V. PuglieseGruesome Green Ghost etc by Debbie JohnsonBlack Roses by Max E. StoneClaire's House Excerpt by Linda Heavner GeraldThe Darkness of Light Places by Andrew DarlingtonThe Regular by Rob ShepherdZoey Meets A Cresent Witch by Linda JenkinsonThe Path Of The Warrior by Cecilia H. DoldanGluttony by Samie Sands

Trends and Markets in Liquefied Natural Gas

release date: Jan 01, 2012
Trends and Markets in Liquefied Natural Gas
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us . . ." Quoting the opening of Charles Dickens's Tale of Two Cities in connection with the current state of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry may, if anything, be overly optimistic, beset as the industry is with low prices and stuttering demand in its Asian stronghold. But it is hard to resist calling on these contrasts to characterize the LNG industry, for despite its problems, there are glimmerings of change that could profoundly improve its lot. LNG is essentially a niche fuel. Liquefying and shipping gas is expensive, so the LNG route is attractive for developers only where there is no local market or where capacity in the local market is insufficient to take all the available local supplies. LNG requires large investments by the buyers in terminal and regasification facilities, so it generally flourishes only where there is a shortage of indigenous gas supplies and where competition from pipeline gas is limited. In bulk, LNG is suitable for transport only by sea, so its use in landlocked areas is confined to small peak shaving plants or isolated locations such as central Australia.
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