First off: I apologize for the novel genre category. Obviously this isn’t realistic fiction and is a harsh reality. This site just isn’t really geared towards non-fiction and none of the pre-set genres describe my book well enough. Anyway, I've created this education series in aims of teaching people about the important things in life that they never really learned. Our education system is so faulted that we aren't learning the right things to be successful in life and live happily. The first of this series is this book regarding race and racism. This book discusses what race and racism are, how they relate, how they impact POCs, and how we can combat these negative effects through education and embracing anti-racism.
“My father said to me that he wanted me to be strong, stronger than he was as a father-figure. Even though I was still young at that time, I felt the weight of those words and carried them on my shoulders.” Quincy Greye was left traumatized at the age of 12 by her family's conflict, the cultural background she has, and the death of a person she looked up to the most. She struggled with depression for years. To cope with her depression, she trained herself on her boxing skills. Six years later, Quincy is transferred to a new school in the capital city of Heiden after getting involved in another bullying incident. In the new school, she joins a club known as the Kerfla Fight Club. *Author's Note: I'm not a very talented writer, so I occasionally make grammar mistakes ●﹏●'' But I still hope you'll enjoy the story ≖‿≖
Noelia is a young peasant girl from a small village, used to staying home to care for her brothers and sister after the death of their mother. When the evil monarch, Queen Nesbitt, orders all Nordin folk to the palace under the guise of a “census”, little Verdana dreams of death and gore. So instead, they hide from the soldiers. Indeed, this was the right choice, as the Queen had many of the Nordin folk killed; the rest are enslaved to work for the rest of their lives. Now, Noelia and her siblings are on the run, desperate to keep hidden their heritage. How long will they be on the run? How long can they keep their secret hidden? What happens when Noelia meets the Prince of Avonshire? What happens when he discovers she is one of the Nordin folk? Will romance outweigh race? Or will Noelia be forced to a life of hiding forever, with no chance for love?
The Human Race and the Spirit Race engaged on a never-ending conflict for the Providence, the divine instrument of the gods. Shattered into forty-nine pieces and divided between the competing races, the war became a race to whoever gets to collect all of its shards. Five-hundred years since the war's beginning, the World of Etzayim will see the birth of three figures that will shape the fate of humans, spirits and beasts. The culminating point of the Providence Wars arise and so does the wheel of destiny and tragedy.
How can a man live his life truly, if not to live to the last breaths with everything he has, that so he would be fulfilled. And how can we survive this society, alone, like wolves in the freezing snow, fighting till they fall. And how do each of us see this world, that still find the beauty of it, and smile, like that soft stone face of the rock angel in a cemetery, looking towards the void in the heart of human, still seek for the warm for lonely nights, oh lost.
A young man who has always been told how to live, has been deprived of many things in his life, a bubble created by his parents that he has never been able to get out of. Until he meets an African-American boy, who will teach him many things he has no experience of. The two are totally different kids, but in time they form a beautiful friendship and maybe something more.