Can we really all be connected by the same
energy field, the same power, the same
consciousness? Even with countless odd
occurrences happening around him and
a supernatural awareness blooming within
him, Eric Horton still finds the concept
hard to believe. But he must open his mind
to all the possibilities before him if he is to
succeed in saving what he could never
forgive himself for losing.
Marcie is spending her summer working on the archeological dig that her mother runs: Angel Mounds, a site of an ancient indigenous civilization. Soon after she arrives, she meets some intriguing individuals, and becomes wrapped up in a supernaturally-charged mission to save the planet from the destruction man has brought upon itself.
Available June 2020!
The Novel Publicity Blog Tour for The Field is underway! This reviewer really ‘got’ that the novel is both a realistic tale of the struggles of a teenaged soccer player with making the team and dealing with the real issue of his friend’s spiral into drinking, and also a science fiction/metaphysical tale. “I really liked...
Here are just a few of the cool things happening at the ALAN (Assembly of Literature for Adolescents at the NCTE) Conference in Boston. 1. Hanging out with teachers of english – my people! There are literally stacks of books on the ballroom tables and people giddy with anticipation to read them. 2. Listening to...
It was a fun way to spend Saturday morning – a book signing at 4 Kids Books & Toys with other Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators published authors. I shared a table with Angie Karcher, Where the River Grins, and Laurie Gray, Maybe I Will, Summer Santuary and Just Myrto (Spring, 2014) ...
The Young Adult Library Services Assn has teen reviewers make recommendations on YA novels. THE FIELD just received a top ten recommendation! Whoo Hoo! “It was a really good book and if you really like soccer I recommend this book, its hard to put down. Really good book!!!” ~ Tyler, YALSA Top Ten Teen Reviewer...