Can you hear them?
Ever since her grandmother died, Samantha Davidson has been carrying a secret: She can hear voices — other people’s thoughts, some from the living, some from the dead.
Plucked from her roots and transported to another country, estranged from her family and friends, Sam joins a pioneering club in her new school that investigates paranormal activities.
As they examine the mystery behind a haunted theater inside the university, Sam starts to hear voices from those that are no longer earthbound.
Will she heed their voices as they accuse of her of a dark secret she has buried deep in the past? Or will she surrender to the light offered by newfound allies and a love that caught her by surprise?
Will the many voices drown out the one voice she has long suppressed? Will she listen?
Voices in the Theater is the first installment of A.S. Santos’s three-book Young Adult Paranormal Romance. Follow Sam and her friends in the Student Paranormal Research Group as they encounter bizarre and often dangerous supernatural occurrences, battle demons both spiritual and psychological, and navigate adolescence and young love.
“Before you partner in business, do yourself a favor and read this book first. It will save you from a lot of stress, pain, and a lot of money.” —Bo Sanchez, Bestselling Author
Business is already a risk in itself. Before you take that further risk of entering a business partnership, specifically with a friend, make sure to equip yourself with what you need to know. Learn everything you can, so you can make educated decisions for yourself, your business, and your friendship.
“Friends are NOT Business Partners” share’s the author’s strategies and stories of business partnership successes and failures.
Through this book, the author aspires to encourage more people to care for their relationships and to build their businesses with integrity.
As our business operates, it can either increase, stagnate, or worse, decrease in value leading to eventual bankruptcy.
Every little process our business undertakes affects our business outcome; some on a small and temporary scale, while others in subtle ways, initially, albeit continuously, resulting to more aggravating effects in the future.
That is why it is very important to know out business vital signs as frequently as possible.
As business owners, we do not need to know our entire business numbers every single time. By knowing just the vital signs, we can make the appropriate decisions.
In this book, we will explore our business vital signs through practical accounting. We are taking a concise and practical approach, because at the end of the day, we, as owners, want our time better spent on strategizing for our business.
Stories with Bible-based values that every kid will love!