Rhythm of Redemption by Katherine Whitmore
In life he was selfish, tested the boundaries and chose to cut out certain parts of himself. Dead within two weeks of his eighteenth birthday, a reborn Shaw bursts into the afterlife as a gargoyle — a protector of those who believe.
Encased in stone during daylight hours, Daniel breaks free each night to struggle with his own death and the new purpose put in front of him.
While trying to sort out what really matters, what’s right, and what life is all about, Daniel meets other undead creatures, including a vampire he is told to hunt down and destroy.
Is it ever too late to find the path to redemption?
Short Track Saturday Nights by Scott Whitmore
“You can’t beat the sights, sounds and smells of Saturday night racing. Those guys going fender-to-fender are your neighbors, your plumber, maybe your accountant. That’s exciting.”
— Ron Bennett, former director of the ASA Northwest Tour
Local auto racing at short tracks like Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash., is where NASCAR began. With colorful characters, figure-8 and oval racing action, and championship battles, the 2008 season at Evergreen was one to remember.
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