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Cellar Door Carl finds a dead body while exploring an abandoned house a few days after Halloween. Convinced he is being haunted by an evil spirit he brings his skeptical roommate along to check it out.
This short story is really good, it was intense, gripping and keeps you on edge. A good read, a page turner, chilling and I enjoyed it 👍😊 it is a shame it is short because it would be good to know more if it was longer as it keeps you wondering what will happen next or what happened, so I would get the full story.
Short, sharp and enjoyable, well done
Creepy.... Would have liked it to be longer, still a great short read.
I like the book vary much but the ending let it down. I will Recommend this book to a friend, thank you
A great story only thing is i'd like it to be a little bit longer, it just felt like it ended too suddenly, so four stars from me.
I really enjoyed it. It was very different
Quite a good little story but to short, was just getting into it when it finished.
Sweet and short!!!!
Good I liked it good cliffhanger end but I can't help felling like u wrote this in a day but I still liked it!XD
Excellent but too short! My brain had just started to think of all the possibilities and the story ended. That's why only three stars
More a writing exercise than a story seemed somewhat disjointed in parts
Mark Petersen Carl finds a dead body while exploring an abandoned house a few days after Halloween. Convinced he is being haunted by an evil spirit he brings his skeptical roommate along to check it out.
Mark Petersen These poems were composed while having drinks downtown, enjoying the college-town local nightlife often with a typewriter and sometimes with an ink-pen and a Moleskine notebook. I let myself go, and I wrote a few gems and a whole lot of crap. I have chosen the gems and applied Hemingway’s advice: “write drunk, edit sober”. My raw poetry was rife with typos and holes and I needed to edit it to make it clear and coherent. But I also didn’t want to overcook it; in my editing I strove to keep each poem faithful to the original so that the emotion and drunkenness would be maintained.
Mark Petersen A short story influenced by classic American folk-horror tales, in which a small boy Tom meets the devil in the woods. This was an experimental and fun piece for me to write, and I hope you enjoy it.
Mark Petersen Winner of an Honorable Mention Virginia Tech Literary Award, this story takes place in Eastern Kentucky and is based on what might have been a true ghost story. I consider this to be my best finished piece, and I look forward to your feedback. Enjoy!
Mark Petersen Poetry is something I enjoy reading and writing, and I have gathered a few poems I have written over the past few years to share with any readers who are interested. They are random in their collection and do not represent any particular theme. I hope you enjoy reading them!
Mark Petersen & Janine Mukkudem-Petersen Liquidity involves the degree to which an asset can be
bought or sold in the market without affecting its price.
The 2007 to 2009 financial crisis was characterized by a decrease
in liquidity and necessitated the introduction of Basel
III capital and liquidity regulation in 2010. Inside, you’ll
learn how such regulations are applied on a broad crosssection
of countries in order to understand and demonstrate
the implications of Basel III.
This book summarizes the defining features of the Basel
I, II, and III Accords and their perceived shortcomings, as
well as the role of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision
(BCBS) in promulgating international banking
Basel III quantifies liquidity risk by using the measures
liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) and net stable funding
ratio (NSFR). This book discusses approximation
techniques that may be used to estimate these liquidity
measures. Inside, the authors highlight the connections
between liquidity creation and bank capital and provide
you with the details of an investigation of the risks liquidity
creation generates for banks. In addition, we consider
the impact of the implementation of Basel III liquidity
regulation on macroeconomic variables such as GDP, investment,
inflation, consumption, income, savings, and
Mark Petersen Mark Petersen has learned philanthropy in the process of leading a private grantmaking foundation. It has been a pilgrimage with mountaintops and valleys, high-impact grants and dead-end disasters. He parallels a personal account of a physical pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago alongside his philanthropic journey to create a sense of momentum and intentional movement toward a shared destination. Each of the thirty-five chapters leads with a short journal entry from the author's month-long pilgrimage along the Camino del Norte and Camino Primitivo in Spain.
Mark uses compelling stories to vulnerably shares fifteen years' worth of failures as well as successes in his journey of philanthropy. Along this journey he developed practical steps for reviewing grant applications and achieving goals for philanthropy. He advances the values of transparency, mutuality, and collaborating with others to achieve common goals.
The vision of philanthropy espoused not only includes charitable impact but suggests the giver can be transformed in the process. The book offers a window into how people of faith struggle with giving, humanizes the mystique of a philanthropist, and provides grantmakers with tangible tools in their efforts to be both shrewd and faithful.
"Love Giving Well is the compelling story of a reflective man leading a foundation to examine the consequences of the way it supports Christian ministries. Petersen presents us with an inspiring vision for charitable giving that really makes a difference. Fundraisers will learn how to approach foundations more effectively and individual donors will learn how to shift from transactional to transformational giving."
--John Pellowe, Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Council of Christian Charities
"I can recommend scores of books teaching the mechanics of philanthropy and the same number for those that are inspirational. What distinguishes Love Giving Well is Mark's being an artisan and craftsman of philanthropy. Through years of both practice and inspiration he has taught me and others how to approach philanthropy as an art to be valued and learned for the joy of excellence. In other words, this book captures both the prose and the poetry of giving."
--Fred Smith, President, The Gathering
"St. Paul tells the early Christians: 'It is more blessed to give than to receive.' Was this a teaching they held dear? Mark Petersen suggests that Christians of all ages should. How should Christians think about their giving as essential to their discipleship? Mark has thought through these questions with admirable rigor and reminds us that our giving should not only be generous, but competent and effective, for which he provides practical advice born of experience. To paraphrase St. Augustine: 'Take and give!'"
--Raymond J. de Souza, Senior Fellow, Cardus; Editor-in-Chief, Convivium
"What a strange and wonderful combination of experience and expertise. Mark Petersen, former missionary in the developing world with a spiritual care and leadership focus, and son of entrepreneurial parents with a passion for philanthropy, ends up as the director of the private family foundation that gives away multi-millions for social good, on two separate occasions walks The Camino across Spain, and then births a book that blends it all together with poignant observations, winsome stories, and an intoxicating passion. In a culture that is confused about whether to follow heroes or succumb to the democratization of everything, this book offers the image of the faith-filled pilgrim plodding through the bumpy world of philanthropy with an incisive clarity. A gift."
--Rod Wilson, Consultant; Pastor; former President, Regent College, Vancouver, Canada
"Mark Petersen has thoughtfully, reflectively, prayerfully walked The Camino as a pilgrim. He has also actively participated thoughtfully, reflectively, prayerfully with charities in their work of making a difference in the world which is God's world. To read about either of these journeys of faith would be a privilege and a gift but to read how Mark has intertwined them in word, action, and life is a blessing and the setting of an authentic path for us all. In this very creative book, the story of Camino journeys is brought together with the story of the Bridgeway family foundation and both their clearly articulated priorities for the funds that they share and their learnings along the donor journey. With an emphasis on capacity-building and innovation and the nurturing of the ability to see opportunities to inject creative capital into a charity at a particular moment in its history, Mark Petersen has written a very valuable book for donors and charities and those who recognize the joy and the Gospel imperative to give from what we have received. A 'Buen Camino' of Life to us all!"
--Karen Hamilton, General Secretary, The Canadian Council of Churches
"This book is desperately needed within the places where donor fundraising and philanthropy intersect. In Love Giving Well Mark Petersen moves beyond the transactional to the journey of giving and receiving in which partnership and growth is nurtured. He puts a face on the donor and receiver calling for a new way of relating. It is not easy but Mark knows what he is talking about. He has lived it. This book is a must-read for anyone working in the area of fundraising and those whose generosity is mirrored in their philanthropic endeavors."
--Gary Nelson, President and Vice Chancellor, Tyndale University College & Seminary