It seems authors are not exempt from the worrying virus of CoVid, as Stephenie Meyers has recently learned. Stephenie doesn’t appear to be suffering extreme symptoms of the virus and is using her time well to remain isolated at home and for an author, well that can prove to be quite beneficial and not a huge inconvenience.
However, live events - like the one for her recent book publication Midnight Sun, due to take place in Shelton, had to be rerouted to a virtual event. This took care of the distancing protocols and kept both author and attendees safe.
We wish Stephenie Meyer a speedy recovery and look forward to reading another one of her awesome books!
There have been some wonderful books produced over the years, but none so well created and thought out as The Gift of the Snowflake written by Timothy McMullen.
The book itself explores the reasons behind making each and everyone of us unique down to the very letter. It sets aside indifference and allows the reader to question the existence of mankind and all God’s creations.
The use of illustration is unique, fresh and everlasting, which superbly compliments the message being explored by the author.
This is a great book for little people to hold - produced on A4 horizontal format, readers will turn each page with ease and delight in the colourful watercolor treatment. This is a keeper; a book to hand down to the grandkids and a story to be read not just on the odd rainy day. :)
We all know that books aren't just books and that for many of us, they are the inspiration form the Gods. Well not really, but they tend to mean quite a lot to us over the years, especially if we have grown up with them as kids. So check out these great lessons you can learn from the collection of books found by Russell Working.