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Self-published Second BookI am officially announcing the release of my second self-published book, Natiya's Garden. It is an LDS themed fictional story and a companion to Wind of Fire, in the sharing of one of my more colorful characters. I finished in January and published it via Amazon/Kindle. I haven't openly marketed it as I worked on some editing and waited for some valuable critical feedback. Natiya's Garden is a novel-lite; only just over 100 pages. Wind of fire was a full novel with 75,000 words. Both have young female protagonists and are suitable for any age. They are hero themed and intended to be spiritual uplifting and thought provoking. I'm grateful to you nice folks here in the Forum for allowing me to express my spiritual interest comfortably. Regards http://www.spiritualleaves.com/
Richard Paul Evans - Live UStream Event TODAY!
sarahbethchris posted a topic in Book ClubHello! I am working with Richard Paul Evans and want to tell the LDS Book Club about the UStream event he has scheduled for TODAY at 2pm MST/4pm EST. :) He will be discussing his amazing book THE WALK and its upcoming sequel MILES TO GO along with the PROMISE ME Christmas series. Tune in and ask this inspirational author questions LIVE! Here's the link: Simon and Schuster, Ustream.TV: Simon & Schuster presents live events with authors.. Enjoy and Merry Christmas! Sarah
The Heroes of NightingaleHello, I just wanted to let anyone interested know in a new novel I am getting published called The Heroes of Nightingale. You can find the first chapter preview of it at this link here It is a YA Sci- Fi novel featuring characters who are LDS, because beleive it or not, I Am! Anyway, here is a description from the back of the cover. I hope you guys enjoy! Rosie Goodrick is your typical LDS (Mormon) teen who lives in Nightingale, Texas. During the summer she spends hours with her best friend Wendy searching through the newspaper, trying to find any strange, bizarre, and unexplainable events. What's most amazing however, is what's been right under their noses all along. Both of their fathers works for a company called Evo-Netics. What they don't know is that it's part of a secret government organization called Project Three, which helps manage Super-Heroes. Rosie doesn't know much about Heroes, except what she watches on T.V. She certainly has no idea Villains actually go to her High School, and she has absolutely no idea the creepy old man who lives down the street is really a mad scientists after all. Sure, she has a hunch that things aren't right, but she could never imagine how much. Especially when she discovers she is a Hero too! She can control electricity, just like you or I can walk. As she tries to adjust to this amazing, and perplexing fact, she is met with more difficulties than she has ever faced in her entire life. Rosie goes on a journey to discover secrets about the Villains. All the while she gains more clues to her own Mothers past. She learns her Mother sacrificed her own life, to save a teacher, Faustine Fantine, Rosie can hardly stand. To put it mildly, the feeling is mutual. Then there is her Uncle Lexew. It turns out he is a notorious Villain. He manages to break out of Ban-Ban Prison, which holds Villains; putting everything into chaos. Mark