New Release Books by Scott Bradley

Scott Bradley is the author of The Conscript (2020), There Might Be Ghosts Inside Those Hills (2020), Adult YPWW: WIQ 2019-2020 (Dec-Feb) (2019), Caught (2012) and other 12 books.

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The Conscript

release date: Dec 01, 2020
The Conscript
In a solar system with five planets, each with its diverse race of people, skin color, and beliefs, war breaks out between Cronos and Atheni. The Athenians land six battalions in a small town on the Southern Ocean of Cronos and fight their way north. The Cronish soon discover the Athenians are born warriors, ruthless, and relentless, and the defending Cronish are like lambs brought to slaughter. The Queen of Cronos scrambles to defend her planet while her daughter, Princess Charline, heads off on a mission of her own making. As more Athenian troops land and cities collapse, two young Cronish girls, Rose and Ebony, escape to a space freighter. Subsequently, the ship and all on board are conscripted into the army. Here is a tale of wondrous worlds, mysterious intrigue, and non-stop suspense. Discover shocking revelations, ponder baffling mysteries, and then watch to see if someone will turn to face their seemingly indestructible enemy and provide the Cronish people with some semblance of hope....

There Might Be Ghosts Inside Those Hills

release date: Feb 24, 2020
There Might Be Ghosts Inside Those Hills
Where some might find a cavern a dark and gloomy place, to me, there is no better, more relaxing place on earth, or in earth. Then again, I have been working in them since I was twelve-thirteen, officially. So I am more used to them than most people. Over those years, I and a few of my friends have seen some pretty unusual things. Not just the beauty of the formations and the chambers, but things that might curl the hair of most. I have heard, but never saw two little girls laugh. I have seen women from the last millennium dressed in their Sunday best turn into mist. I have made a Civil War soldier mad at me, and watched him turn into a ball of black smoke. I have heard the scream of a woman in the dark. These experiences are some of the most vivid memories of my life. Unlike some, I really find these things fascinating and consider myself fortunate to have experienced them. Here I tell of some of these experiences, and many others, including things that I have experienced with real people. I also relay some of the most unusual and, some might call intriguing, things about caves in general. After all, caves have been around for a long time and explored by thousands-in some cases, long before us. In all, I have to say I have lived a blessed life, and thank God for everything I have. In this book, I tell of some of the things that he has let me see. I would like to see more unusual things, but I really don't seem to have any kind of control over any of it. I do know that it has been fun getting there so far and really do hope it will continue. Only time will tell, and one day, maybe I will have enough for a volume two-that would be the ultimate. I do hope to have a couple of new books in the future, after all, I have dealt with the public most of my life. They are, in some cases, more fascinating than the apparitions that I have encountered.

Adult YPWW: WIQ 2019-2020 (Dec-Feb)

release date: Nov 01, 2019
Adult YPWW: WIQ 2019-2020 (Dec-Feb)
As we have moved into the 21st century, we have seen a rise in curiosity about the supernatural. Movies such as Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings dabble in the occult and have glorified such things as black magic and casting spells by wizards as fun and harmless. In reality, this concept of the occult can be traced back centuries, and God forbids the occult and its practices and considers them to be an abomination. In fact, according to Scriptures, witchcraft, séances, casting of spells, conjuring the dead, and telling fortunes are all tools of the occult. These tools of the occult are not as harmless as many people believe but are invitations of demonic spirits into our lives and surroundings.

Caught

release date: Jul 23, 2012
Caught
A young man tries desperately to avoid being trapped by the growing responsibilities of the world he faces. What he doesn’t yet realize is that he’s being subtly lured into those same traps with bait too powerful for him to resist. Winner of the 2003 Pittsburgh City Paper’s Short Story Prize, “Caught” is a testament to the power of memory and family to overcome the fear and pain of becoming a man.

The Book of Lists: Horror

release date: Oct 06, 2009
The Book of Lists: Horror
The phenomenally popular Book of Lists series has sold millions of copies from coast to coast, enthralling trivia aficionados with fascinating infobits about simply everything! Now the latest edition turns an evil eye toward the strange, the blood-curdling, and the macabre with spine-tingling fun facts from the dark side of entertainment. Chock-full of creepy information from the netherworlds of movies, TV, literature, video games, comic books, and graphic novels, The Book of Lists: Horror offers a blood-feast of forbidden knowledge that horror fans are hungry to devour, including: Stephen King's Ten Favorite Horror Novels or Short Stories—learn what scares the master! Top Six Grossing Horror Movies of All Time in the United States— which big shocks translated into big bucks? Top Ten Horror-Themed Rock 'n' Roll Songs—maybe it is ‘devil's music' after all! And much, much more! Drawing on its authors' extensive knowledge and contributions from the (living) legends and greatest names in the horror and dark fantasy genres, The Book of Lists: Horror is a scream—an irresistible compendium of all things mysterious, terrifying, and gory . . . and so entertaining, it's scary!

Explosions

release date: May 18, 2014
Explosions
Unexploded landmines and ordnance are one of the most horrifying legacies of any war, killing and maiming thousands of people all over the world each year, often long after the conflict has ended. Nobel Prize honored Mines Advisory Group (MAG) is dedicated to eradicating this menace, not only saving lives, but offering new beginnings to these war-torn regions. Explosions: Stories of Our Landmined World is an all-star charity anthology for MAG, featuring stories contributed by both bestselling and up-and-coming authors. 100% of the proceeds from this book will go directly to MAG and its work around the world. Jeffery Deaver, David Morrell, John Sayles, Peter Straub, Amy Wallace, and James Grady are just some of the writers whose work author and screenwriter Scott Bradley has collected here, with haunting visions of "our landmined world" to help build a better one. From the Spanish Civil War to Iraq; from the corridors of power to the battlefield, these 25 tales, along with a cover by Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Matt Wuerker, offer an extraordinary literary feast for any reader. And help save lives at the same time. www.maginternational.org

Crytic Speciation and the Role of Sex in the Lichenized Fungus Letharia

release date: Jan 01, 1999

The Forgiveness Factor

release date: Jul 01, 2012
The Forgiveness Factor
In this true story about one family's quest for restoration and wholeness, author Scott Bradley describes how forgiveness and restored relationships can result from hurt, pain, and betrayal. HAVE YOU ASKED ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS? - How can I forgive those who have hurt me? - How can I forgive my parents? - How can I forgive myself? - When can I reconcile with a person I've forgiven? Answering these questions for yourself will require you to address the brokenness in your life. This book helps you know there are others who are experiencing similar life challenges. Begin your journey of freedom as you read a raw, authentic story of hope and healing. You will also discover that the forgiveness factor can empower you to live a life full of purpose and meaning. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Scott Bradley, pastor of AS IS Church near Portland, Oregon, has worked with hurting and addicted people for over fifteen years. He is married and has two beautiful daughters. His writing reflects his personal experiences and promotes healthy living practices. Scott has helped many churches and organizations implement principles and practices that can lead to changed lives and transformed families.

郭店楚簡

release date: Jan 01, 2012
郭店楚簡
This study renders the complex corpus of the Guodian texts into a more easily manageable form, incorporating the past several years of scholarly activity on these texts and providing them with a comprehensive introduction along with a complete and well-annotated translation into English.

Organizational Citizenship Behavior

release date: Jan 01, 2006
Organizational Citizenship Behavior
Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Its Nature, Antecedents, and Consequences examines the vast amount of work that has been done on organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) in recent years as it has increasingly evoked interest among researchers in organizational psychology. No doubt some of this interest can be attributed to the long-held intuitive sense that job satisfaction matters. Authors Dennis W. Organ, Philip M. Podsakoff, and Scott B. MacKenzie offer conceptual insight as they build upon the various works that have been done on the subject and seek to update the record about OCB.

The Role of Attention in Mediating the Effect of Advertising on Attribute Importance

release date: Jan 01, 1983

A Kingdom Jack'd

release date: Jan 01, 2018
A Kingdom Jack'd
A Kingdom Jack'd is a satirical verse-play based on William Shakespeare's Henry IV dramas. It opens in 1399 England, following the deposal of Richard II and what should have been the coronation of Henry IV. Instead, political machinations have thrust the clownish rogue John "Jack" Falstaff to the throne. With his band of cutthroats running court and the Lancasters reduced to mere rebels, Britain descends into chaos. The country's only hope lies with Shakespeare's literary creation Doll Tearsheet and his other peripheral, disempowered female characters. At play's end, peace is gained with Falstaff's flight into exile and the dismantling of patriarchal order.

The Water Costs of Electricity in Arizona

release date: Jan 01, 2008
The Water Costs of Electricity in Arizona
The research summarized here focuses on conditions in Arizona in four sections: (1) Comparing the water cost of electricity among different fuels, (2) Trading "virtual" water, (3) Water lost from hydroelectric lakes and (4) Policy considerations.

Biography of Irving James McCoy

release date: Jan 01, 2001

Unity and Diversity in the Musical Thought of Warring States China

release date: Jan 01, 1995
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