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I have TWO UNIQUE, yet ENTERTAINING, Books to offer ONE LUCKY WINNER!!
Blurb About the Book:
What makes Womb most unique is the unusual narrator. Set in the city and suburbs of Baltimore, Womb is narrated from the point of view of a child still in utero.
He describes his own reality inside the womb, his connection to the collective consciousness, and also narrates (through his own perspective) the drama of his mother’s life as she deals with her pregnancy, friends, family and work.
Womb has been compared to Room by Emma Donoghue in style, as well as The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. Womb Relese Day was March 21, 2017.
Advance Praise for Womb: a novel in stories
“An utterly unique look at the world from the most unlikely vantage point. In Womb, Goodman has created a humorous, thoughtful, unexpected narrator who is wise beyond his years.”
– Jennifer Miller, author of The Heart You Carry Home
“Wild, wacky and engagingly original, Womb will take you on a journey whose destination is nothing short of Life—with a capital L.”
– Yona Zeldis McDonough, author of The House On Primrose Pond
“There is real suspense in this brave book and more than one surprise. So, suspend your disbelief and let the lad talk.”
– Ron Tanner, author of Missile Paradise
“In Womb: a novel in utero, Eric D. Goodman explores the paradox between what we know innately about love and what we’ve forgotten in our attempts and mistakes to cherish each other. It is a tenderhearted story that’s laced with grace.”
– Jen Grow, author of My Life As A Mermaid
“Eric D. Goodman’s absorbing new novel, Womb, is about a high-risk pregnancy—in more ways than one—told from the fetus’s point of view. The narrator is full of wisdom and goodwill, which we understand to be our birthright, but it’s his father, Jack, whose character and courage burst from the pages like … well, like an infant from the womb. Eric D. Goodman is a talented storyteller.”
– Charles Rammelkamp, author of Mata Hari: Eye of the Day and American Zeitgeist
“Eric D. Goodman’s Womb: a novel in utero is unique. In Goodman’s telling, the zygote—and later the embryo and still later the fetus—is blessed with the wisdom of the ages, which he fears he will lose upon birth. As he watches his parents and people around them cope with his existence, he worries about their life choices. He yearns to impart to them his wisdom and is determined that after birth he will remember everything he now knows. Written with sophistication and poetry, Womb surpasses Goodman’s earlier writing in the sheer beauty of the prose and the suspense that unnerves the unborn protagonist.” – Tom Glenn, author of No-Accounts and Last of the Anamese
About the Author:
|Writer & Editor|
Industry: Communications or Media
Author who writes for a living and lives for writing. // WOMB: a novel in utero (Merge Publishing 2017) // TRACKS: A Novel in Stories (Atticus Books 2011) // FLIGHTLESS GOOSE, a storybook for children (Writers Lair Books 2008)
http://www.tracksnovel.com/womb.html | https://www.facebook.com/EricDGoodman | https://twitter.com/edgewrite
BRAND NEW! “Jesus, Angels, and Very Special Saints” A Story Book to Color by
Here’s what’s inside?
*12 coloring pages and stories about the life of Jesus, from the Annunciation and his birth, to miracles after His Resurrection.
*5 coloring pages and stories about the realm of Angels and Archangels
*There are also 12 stories and coloring pages about the following inspirational saints: Saint Francis, Saint Nicolas, Saint Valentine, Saint Patrick, Saint Joan of Arc, Saint George the Dragon Slayer, Saint Therese, the Little Flower, Saint Cecilia, Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, Saint Juan Diego, Saint Mother Teresa, and Saint John Paul II.
*Reading level: Grade 3+
*Audience: Christian Catholic or anyone who loves Jesus, Angels, and Saints, and anyone who loves coloring books.
*Kids and adults can read the stories alone, or read aloud, or read as bedtime stories.
*This sweet book would make a lovely spiritual gift for Easter, Easter baskets, First Communion, Christmas, or anytime gift giving.
BUY LINK: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1543230717
About The Author:
Rhonda Paglia has been an independently published author since 2013. Her first book, “The Little Lambs and the Very Special Mission,” is dedicated to and was written in honor of the victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy. ALL profits from the sale of the “Little Lambs” book go to the “Angels in Charge Scholarship” for kids from Newtown (CT) High School. To date, $5,500.00 has been donated, and 4 students have received scholarships. Since the release of her first book, Rhonda, is thrilled and honored to have received several prestigious Indie Author Awards. She is a “Moms Choice Silver Award” recipient for her “Meeda and Me” early / beginner reader picture book series; a recipient of the 2015 “Gittle List Top 10 Children’s Picture Book Award” for “Grammy’s Rockin’ Color Rap-a-licious Rap;” and her story, “Three Little Gnomes and a Boy Named Orion,” received both a 2015 “Inkspokes Select Book Award” and a 2016 “Readers’ Favorite Book Award Winner, Honorable Mention,” in the children’s general category. Ms. Paglia has authored 10 children’s picture books and 2 middle grade non-fiction books.
In a former life, Ms. Paglia was an elementary teacher with the Hermitage School District, Hermitage, PA. She and her husband have three grown children, five grandchildren, and a little pup named Bella. “Grammy Pags,” as she is now called, enjoys gardening, tap dancing, yoga, and, of course, writing stories for kids! Ms. Paglia is a member of SCBWI, PennWriters, and WestPA Authors.