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Archive for January, 2011

Book Video Trailer: The Children of the Elementi by Ceri Clark

THE CHILDREN OF THE ELEMENTI
Ceri Clark
YA Fantasy
978-1446117798

A century ago, in the world of Eleria, five families ruled over the elements of air, earth, fire and water. Destroyed by Magi illusion, their heirs are scattered across time and space. On present day Earth, Jake has an ordinary life of school, bullies, and parties… until he learns about his past. Can he learn to control his new-found magical powers and reunite the heirs before it is too late?

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Book Video Trailer: The October Five by Mobashar Qureshi

THE OCTOBER FIVE
Mobashar Qureshi
978-1551281476
The Mercury Press

 

A Plumber, an Electrician, a Caretaker, a Locksmith, and a Butcher.

Why do they secretly meet in a room?

A young man is found strangled in his bed.  Detective Karl Whaler is assigned to solve the brutal murder.

Five individuals frequently meet in a room.  They have been meeting for decades.

There is another murder; this time the victim is found with his throat slashed.

Is there a link between the two murders?

Whaler’s investigation leads him to the most strange and dangerous case of his career.

The October Five is a spiraling pager-turning that examines friendship, loyalty, and justice.


Book Trailer: An Evolution of Love by Marie Sykes & Michelle Stafford

An Evolution of Love
By Marie Sykes & Michelle Stafford
Release Date: March 2010
ISBN: 0615154492
Publisher: Georgetown Publishing

Bob passed away on April 7, 2006, from Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) at the age of 50.  He struggled mightily with this illness and we struggled with him, gaining an even greater respect for this fine man, as he slowly succumbed to a progressive and irreversible form of dementia.

This book captures the memory and character of “Old Bob”—the Bob we knew before the onset of an illness that robbed him of his talents and capabilities.

It also shows the ways in which we learned to cope with and appreciate the “New Bob”—the Bob we cared for and lived with through the course of the illness.