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At the Sharp End of Lightning

by N.R. Bates

 

At the Sharp End of Lightening

About the Book

AT THE SHARP END OF LIGHTNING. The interwoven fantastical tale of family, of loss and sacrifice, of unexpected gifts and coping with disability and new abilities set against the backdrop of climate change occurring across parallel worlds. In Oceanlight, Yalara Narika, a winged Sea Sprite, searches for her lover over immense seas only to find catastrophe and realization that her world is in turmoil.

Meanwhile in the safe suburban normality of North Wales, Einion Morgan Alban, a restless youth afflicted by a disease of the blood, is nearly murdered by a man in a white suit. Yalara and Einion must discover the causes of their near-deaths and their as yet unrevealed connections as they both face upheaval to their lives and their worlds.

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Guest Post

Thin Places

by N.R. Bates

My novel “At the Sharp End of Lightning” is the first of a book series that explores the issue of real climate and environmental change affecting the planet we live upon using the approach of fantasy writing and parallel/multiverse worlds. Woven into the book series are fantastical elements, how characters deal with disability and ability, and elements of Celtic history and mythology. In the book, several characters find they are able to pass between worlds through a thinness that separates worlds—a well-used literary device in fiction. The history of fantastical literature is littered with portals and gateways between worlds and times—from Alice transported through the looking glass (Lewis Carroll), to the childrens’ discovery of Narnia at the back of the clothes filled wardrobe (CS Lewis) to Lyra Belaqua’s explorations in His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman. This oft-used approach allows the writer to transport their characters into a different time or place and explore their response to such happenings. In my own book, the chance for characters to discover and explore different worlds—passing through thinness between worlds—allowed me to use this approach as a context to explore different future climate change scenarios.

My use of the term “thinness” in the book does also partly relate to the Celtic traditions associated with finding of a “Thin Place” in the landscape. Nowadays, the term “Thin Place” has a multitude of meanings—with arguments for a pagan, or pre-Celtic or Celtic Christian or biblical sense to a “Thin Place”. All of these meanings ultimately refer to a special place where the veil or barriers between this actual world and a spiritual world—to the Celtic Otherworld or with a more theological connotation—is lessened. My own view of a “Thin Place” is that its’ a special place where one can meditate—it has an otherworldliness to its nature or something out of the ordinary. Often these places occur in the wild, or at the periphery of human habitation—on an island, a hill, a cave, or somewhere off the beaten track.

My first experience of a “Thin Place” was upon Bryn Euryn—near Rhos-on-Sea in North Wales—a woodland and grass covered hill, with the ruins of the 14th century Llys Euryn or “Palace of Euryn” next to the house I grew up in. The hill features in my novel as the playground of one of my characters, Einion Morgan Alban. The actual hill, Bryn Euryn, is now a park, but was a place of wonder for me as a child, where, once tired of playing or making dens, I could contemplate the world of the Irish Sea, fields and town that surrounded the hill. It was and still is a special place for me. My wife Margaret and I recently visited Bryn Euryn a few months ago, and its otherworldliness still touched us. On the path to the ruins of Llys Euryn, we encountered a trail of discarded feathers—almost equal in number to our footsteps—of many different birds. We could hardly believe it, but the feathers seemed to lead us to the ruins! It doesn’t really matter if Bryn Euryn is a special place or simply an ordinary place of trees, shrubs and grasses. In my mind, it is a “Thin Place” where I can connect to something—memories of childhood or whatever it is—outside of myself.


About the Author
PictureNR Bates was born in London, grew up in Wales, and lived in Canada and Bermuda. He shares his life with his wife and his house with seven cats, one dog and the subtropical wildlife of lizards, wolf spiders and ant colonies that seek out a better life indoors.He is an oceanographer and scientist, and has published more than one hundred and thirty scientific papers on ocean chemistry, climate change and ocean acidification. He is a Senior Scientist at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences and Professor of Ocean Biogeochemistry at the University of Southampton, UK.​His novels focus on epic fantasy and magic realism, and inspired by his deep love of the ocean and environmental sciences. He has also recently published a small book of short-stories set in Paris, entitled “The Fall of Icarus (The Elevator, The Fall of Icarus, and The Girl)”.
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Brainstorm: A Memoir of Love, Devotion, and a Cerebral Aneurysm Blog Tour @iReadBookTours

Brainstorm: A Memoir of Love,

Devotion, and a Cerebral Aneurysm

By Robert Wintner

 

Brainstorm by Robert Wintner

 

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About the Book

Brainstorm: A Memoir of Love, Devotion, and a Cerebral Aneurysm is a first-person narrative of incidents leading up to, through and after a cerebral aneurysm and hemorrhage in the immediate family. The action includes the dramatic process ongoing in trauma centers designed to process sudden occurrence of aneurysm, cerebral hemorrhage and morbidity. The American Medical Association estimates that 3% of all populations have aneurysm that may or may not leak—about 3½ million people in the U.S.

While the procedures and protocol for sudden onslaught are rote and fundamentally unchanged over the ages, hygienic and technological advances have reduced hazards. Death and debilitation statistics are still daunting, and Brainstorm factors a new component into the procedural mix, whereby a conscientious and healthy husband and wife seek participation in the process, to no avail.

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Book Review

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of Brainstorm: A Memoir of Love, Devotion, and a Cerebral Aneurysm by Robert Wintner in exchange for an honest review.

As a book reviewer I rarely find myself feeling ambivalent about a book, but as I sit down to write this review I’m still sorting out how I feel about Brainstorm. I can say that it elicited a flood of emotions as I read through it.

I admire Mr. Wintner’s style of writing and the raw emotion exposed by the breast cancer diagnosis and later with the diagnosis of the aneurysm. I don’t find myself particularly drawn to the gentleman’s lack of tact in referring to parts of the female anatomy throughout.

This is an amazing story of love, discovery, adversity, and ultimately, of vanquishing. This is also a story that discloses one of the most intimidating parts of tackling any illness and communicating with the medical community. In the event of a life-threatening illness such as an aneurysm, everything escalates as seemingly every moment counts in getting treatment to the area affected.

This isn’t a book that one would pick up to read without expecting to live along with the Wintners the angst of living, treating, and surviving an aneurysm.

I highly recommend Brainstorm: A Memoir of Love, Devotion, and a Cerebral Aneurysm by Robert Wintner and give it five steaming hot cups of Room With Books coffee.

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©November 17, 2015

Patricia, Room With Books

 

About the Author

Robert Wintner

Robert Wintner lives and works on Maui with his wife Anita, seven cats and Cookie the dog, who came in emaciated at 14 pounds, unable to stand. Cookie at 60 pounds raises a ruckus on the beach or in the living room in her continuing drive to make the world a happier place. The entire family eats well, stays fit and enjoys good health under blue skies.

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Where Christ Is Present Book Tour @1517legacy @iReadBookTours

Where Christ Is Present:

A Theology for All Seasons on the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

 Edited by
John Warwick Montgomery
and
Gene Edward Veith

About the Book

Where Christ is Present

Five hundred years ago, the church of Jesus Christ underwent a Reformation.

A lot happened after Martin Luther posted his 95 theses on the castle church door in Wittenberg. But the fallout was not simply the start of Protestantism. The Roman Catholic Church also recast itself in response to Luther’s call for reforms. And contrary to common belief, Martin Luther did not set out to start a new church. Rather, he was trying to reform the church that already existed by reemphasizing its essence—namely, the “good news” (the gospel) that Jesus forgives and saves sinners.

The unity of the church was broken when the pope rejected this call for reform and excommunicated Luther, starting a chain of events that did lead to the institutional fracturing of Christendom and to a plethora of alternative Christian theologies. But, as many – including conservative Catholics – now admit, the church did in fact need reforming. Today, the church – including its Protestant branches – also needs reforming. Some of the issues in contemporary Christianity are very similar to those in the late Middle Ages, though others are new. But if Luther’s theology can be blamed – however unfairly – for fragmenting Christianity, perhaps today it can help us recover the wholeness of Christianity.

In the hope of that wholeness, Dr. Montgomery and Dr. Veith commissioned these essays celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, gathering some of the best contemporary voices the Lutheran church has to offer.

And we need these voices! The religious climate in the early 21st-century is simultaneously highly religious and highly secularized. It is a time of extraordinary spiritual and theological diversity. This book will propose the kind of Christianity that is best suited for our day. The remedies offered here are available by way of the same theology that was the catalyst for reforming the church five hundred years ago.

 

About the Authors

MontgomeryJohn Warwick Montgomery is the author of more than sixty books in six languages. He holds eleven earned degrees, including a Master of Philosophy in Law from the University of Essex, England, a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, a Doctorate of the University in Protestant Theology from the University of Strasbourg, France, and the higher doctorate in law (LL.D.) from the University of Cardiff, Wales. He is a Lutheran clergyman, an English barrister, and is admitted to practice as a lawyer before the Supreme Court of the United States and is a practicing avocat, Barreau de Paris, France. Dr. Montgomery currently serves as Distinguished Research Professor of Philosophy at Concordia University Wisconsin.

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VeithGene Edward Veith is the Provost and Professor of Literature at Patrick Henry College, the Director of the Cranach Institute at Concordia Theological Seminary, a columnist for World Magazine and TableTalk, and the author of 18 books on different facets of Christianity & Culture.

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Asia’s New Wings @AsiasNewWings @iReadBookTours

Asia’s New Wings

by Clifton & Michelle Cottom

 

Asia's New Wings

 

About the Authors

Clifton and Michelle Cottom

Clifton and Michelle Cottom live in Prince George’s County, Maryland and they have one son, Isiah. The Cottoms are the co-founders and executive board members of the Asia SiVon Cottom (ASC) Memorial Scholarship Fund.

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Asia's New Wings (2)

 

Q&A with the Author

Tell me about you and your husband! How long you’ve been married, careers, anything about y’all! 

Clifton and I celebrated our 25ht wedding anniversary on April 4, 2015.    Clifton is a Behavioral Technician with the District of Columbia Public School (DCPS) System, where he has been employed for over 20 years.   He has also coached Girls basketball with DCPS for a little more than 12 years.   This is in line with his passion for young people, because he also functioned as the Youth Coach (i.e. Minister) for our local church for a number of years.  Currently, he continues to mentor young men and he works closely with men dealing with grief.

I am an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Manager for a federal agency in Washington, DC.  I have served as an EEO practitioner for 25 plus years.  I too mentor women, young adults and served as one of the Youth Coaches in our church.  Currently, Clifton and are I serving as workshop presenters and speakers to bereaved communities.  Through our first- hand experiences we now serve as subject matter experts.  Also, my MA in Counseling serves as the authority and foundation of our individual as well as our group coaching, mentoring and sharing sessions

Tell me about Asia and her older brother Isiah

Asia was six years younger than her brother Isiah Batey.  However, they were very close.  They played, laughed and cried together.  He was very protective of her and she was very protective of him.  He taught her everything he knew and she in turn taught him everything she knew.  As siblings they were inseparable despite their age difference.  Isiah remains devastated at the loss of his sister.  A void he continues to struggle with today.

When you lost Asia, how did your family function in the aftermath in the short term

We didn’t.  We just went through the motions.  Waking-up and taking one day at a time.  Actually, we took each minute by minute and tried to make some sense of what was really going on.  We each prayed that Asia wasn’t really dead.

How did things change as time went on?

The only thing that has changed is the fact that Asia is not physically present with us in the earth helm as we know it.  She remains alive and well in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.  This is obvious to us as people speak fondly of her almost daily and it’s been 14 years.  People share Asia stories with us all the time.  We as an immediate family constantly laugh and joke about what she would or wouldn’t be doing at various times and events in our day-to day life.

How did you help Isiah cope with the loss?

Isiah really helped us.  He helped Clifton get closer to God by illustrating his faith.  Isiah dropped to his knees and immediately began to pray when we told him about the plane crash.  That showed us as his parents tremendous strength and maturity for a 17 year old young man who had just lost his sister; his best-friend.  We always talked to him about his feelings, hurt, pain, angry, and frustrations.  We instilled in him that revenge and hate was not an option even though everything around us was going to war.  He also had to deal with the pressure and questions that came to him from his classmates and friends.  All of who, just like a lot of Americans wanted revenge.

 

Asia's New Wings (2)

 

Book Review

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of Asia’s New Wings from authors Clifton and Michelle Cottom in exchange for an honest review.

It was an honor to be able to read and review Asia’s New Wings. There are so many passages of this book that I have highlighted as a favorite passage that I now have an eBook filled with rainbows. I pray that Asia loved to see rainbows. As I read Asia’s New Wings I was compelled to share a number of these moments in Asia’s life with my husband as I read.

How many times in life are we tempted to say “I know just how you feel!” in offering condolences for the loss of a loved one? I can’t begin to even fathom the loss of a child due to illness or accident. How much more unfathomable is the loss of a child to the cowardice of a terrorist’s act?

Asia’s New Wings is not a story of the recovery of Clifton and Michelle Cottom, but it is the story of a life taken too early and the huge impact that Asia Cottom made during her eleven short years on this earth.

“At about 10 or 11 p.m. the news reporter announced, “It is officially confirmed that American Airlines Flight #77 has hit the Pentagon.” Then a list of the names of all the passengers scrolled onto the screen, including Asia Cottom. With sinking hearts, we knew our world was forever changed.” (Page 18).

The Cottom family was forever changed on September 11, 2001, but not in the ways one would expect. Through years of grief and personal struggles, each of them has forged their relationship with God, each other, and the world that is truly a testament to the life Asia Cottom lived.

I love the description of Asia as if she knew that her time on earth would somehow be cut short.

“My daughter, Asia, was no ordinary child. She truly lived her life in “double time,” as if she knew she wouldn’t be long here on earth. You could say she fit more into her eleven years than most people do in twenty-two!” (Page 30).

The testimony from classmates, church family, friends and family of this beautiful little girl on the brink of becoming an incredible young woman brought tears to my eyes more than once.

“Everybody wants to move forward, and I get all that. There are a lot of times I just want to keep my best friend (my sister) private. I didn’t mind the scholarship fund. I didn’t mind helping people, but there are just a lot of times I want my best friend to stay private with me. Nobody knew her like I did.’ (Page 69).

Asia’s brother, Isiah, turned his grief and memories to music which allows him to honor her memory in a way that truly comes from his heart.

“The true story is that these parents took this tragic event and they are standing and building upon it—through all of their hurt—and they do this every day.” (Page 86).

The writing in Asia’s New Wings is very intense, very emotional from all that contributed to it, and is a story that I shall keep close to my heart for many years to come.

“Asia’s story needs to become an evangelism tool where others are drawn to Christ and His healing power.” (Page 87).

I highly recommend Asia’s New Wings by Clifton and Michelle Cottom and humbly offer five Christ-filled cups of Room With Books coffee.

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DIVIDER© September 8, 2015

Patricia, Room With Books

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About the Book

Asia Cottom lived eleven short years on this earth. Her tragic death on Flight #77 on 9/11 is forever etched in the hearts of the countless people who loved her. But her wise and influential life, her positive attitude, and profound faith in God are her true legacy.

You may love God with all your heart and soul, yet not understand what He is doing. In Asia’s New Wings, Clifton and Dr. Michelle Cottom, along with family and friends, walk beside you, sharing their thoughts and offering compassion to help you come to a place of acceptance, when trying to make sense of suffering great loss. The people in this book have learned to come to terms with what God allows, and are now in a place where they can help heal others. If you have gone—or are going through—the “valley of despair,” you will find comfort and empathy from those who care. You will also find hope and the strength to move forward as you rediscover your life.

What Asia’s parents and all those who loved her went through, healed from, and learned will bring comfort and relief to those who travel down the road of loss. Reading and experiencing Asia’s story will truly bring healing and life to all who turn these pages.

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Amazon  ~  Barnes & Noble

 

Asia's New Wings (2)

 

Book Trailer

 

Asia's New Wings (2)

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Win 1 of 15 print copies of Asia’s New Wings (open to both USA & Canada)

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Asia’s New Wings Blog Tour @AsiasNewWings @iReadBookTours

Asia’s New Wings

by Clifton & Michelle Cottom

 

Asia's New Wings

 

About the Authors

Clifton and Michelle Cottom

Clifton and Michelle Cottom live in Prince George’s County, Maryland and they have one son, Isiah. The Cottoms are the co-founders and executive board members of the Asia SiVon Cottom (ASC) Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Connect with the AuthorWebsite  ~  Facebook  ~  Twitter

 

Asia's New Wings (2)

 

Q&A with the Author

Tell me about you and your husband! How long you’ve been married, careers, anything about y’all! 

Clifton and I celebrated our 25ht wedding anniversary on April 4, 2015.    Clifton is a Behavioral Technician with the District of Columbia Public School (DCPS) System, where he has been employed for over 20 years.   He has also coached Girls basketball with DCPS for a little more than 12 years.   This is in line with his passion for young people, because he also functioned as the Youth Coach (i.e. Minister) for our local church for a number of years.  Currently, he continues to mentor young men and he works closely with men dealing with grief.

I am an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Manager for a federal agency in Washington, DC.  I have served as an EEO practitioner for 25 plus years.  I too mentor women, young adults and served as one of the Youth Coaches in our church.  Currently, Clifton and are I serving as workshop presenters and speakers to bereaved communities.  Through our first- hand experiences we now serve as subject matter experts.  Also, my MA in Counseling serves as the authority and foundation of our individual as well as our group coaching, mentoring and sharing sessions

Tell me about Asia and her older brother Isiah

Asia was six years younger than her brother Isiah Batey.  However, they were very close.  They played, laughed and cried together.  He was very protective of her and she was very protective of him.  He taught her everything he knew and she in turn taught him everything she knew.  As siblings they were inseparable despite their age difference.  Isiah remains devastated at the loss of his sister.  A void he continues to struggle with today.

When you lost Asia, how did your family function in the aftermath in the short term

We didn’t.  We just went through the motions.  Waking-up and taking one day at a time.  Actually, we took each minute by minute and tried to make some sense of what was really going on.  We each prayed that Asia wasn’t really dead.

How did things change as time went on?

The only thing that has changed is the fact that Asia is not physically present with us in the earth helm as we know it.  She remains alive and well in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.  This is obvious to us as people speak fondly of her almost daily and it’s been 14 years.  People share Asia stories with us all the time.  We as an immediate family constantly laugh and joke about what she would or wouldn’t be doing at various times and events in our day-to day life.

How did you help Isiah cope with the loss?

Isiah really helped us.  He helped Clifton get closer to God by illustrating his faith.  Isiah dropped to his knees and immediately began to pray when we told him about the plane crash.  That showed us as his parents tremendous strength and maturity for a 17 year old young man who had just lost his sister; his best-friend.  We always talked to him about his feelings, hurt, pain, angry, and frustrations.  We instilled in him that revenge and hate was not an option even though everything around us was going to war.  He also had to deal with the pressure and questions that came to him from his classmates and friends.  All of who, just like a lot of Americans wanted revenge.

 

Asia's New Wings (2)

 

Book Review

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of Asia’s New Wings from authors Clifton and Michelle Cottom in exchange for an honest review.

It was an honor to be able to read and review Asia’s New Wings. There are so many passages of this book that I have highlighted as a favorite passage that I now have an eBook filled with rainbows. I pray that Asia loved to see rainbows. As I read Asia’s New Wings I was compelled to share a number of these moments in Asia’s life with my husband as I read.

How many times in life are we tempted to say “I know just how you feel!” in offering condolences for the loss of a loved one? I can’t begin to even fathom the loss of a child due to illness or accident. How much more unfathomable is the loss of a child to the cowardice of a terrorist’s act?

Asia’s New Wings is not a story of the recovery of Clifton and Michelle Cottom, but it is the story of a life taken too early and the huge impact that Asia Cottom made during her eleven short years on this earth.

“At about 10 or 11 p.m. the news reporter announced, “It is officially confirmed that American Airlines Flight #77 has hit the Pentagon.” Then a list of the names of all the passengers scrolled onto the screen, including Asia Cottom. With sinking hearts, we knew our world was forever changed.” (Page 18).

The Cottom family was forever changed on September 11, 2001, but not in the ways one would expect. Through years of grief and personal struggles, each of them has forged their relationship with God, each other, and the world that is truly a testament to the life Asia Cottom lived.

I love the description of Asia as if she knew that her time on earth would somehow be cut short.

“My daughter, Asia, was no ordinary child. She truly lived her life in “double time,” as if she knew she wouldn’t be long here on earth. You could say she fit more into her eleven years than most people do in twenty-two!” (Page 30).

The testimony from classmates, church family, friends and family of this beautiful little girl on the brink of becoming an incredible young woman brought tears to my eyes more than once.

“Everybody wants to move forward, and I get all that. There are a lot of times I just want to keep my best friend (my sister) private. I didn’t mind the scholarship fund. I didn’t mind helping people, but there are just a lot of times I want my best friend to stay private with me. Nobody knew her like I did.’ (Page 69).

Asia’s brother, Isiah, turned his grief and memories to music which allows him to honor her memory in a way that truly comes from his heart.

“The true story is that these parents took this tragic event and they are standing and building upon it—through all of their hurt—and they do this every day.” (Page 86).

The writing in Asia’s New Wings is very intense, very emotional from all that contributed to it, and is a story that I shall keep close to my heart for many years to come.

“Asia’s story needs to become an evangelism tool where others are drawn to Christ and His healing power.” (Page 87).

I highly recommend Asia’s New Wings by Clifton and Michelle Cottom and humbly offer five Christ-filled cups of Room With Books coffee.

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DIVIDER© September 8, 2015

Patricia, Room With Books

Asia's New Wings (2)

About the Book

Asia Cottom lived eleven short years on this earth. Her tragic death on Flight #77 on 9/11 is forever etched in the hearts of the countless people who loved her. But her wise and influential life, her positive attitude, and profound faith in God are her true legacy.

You may love God with all your heart and soul, yet not understand what He is doing. In Asia’s New Wings, Clifton and Dr. Michelle Cottom, along with family and friends, walk beside you, sharing their thoughts and offering compassion to help you come to a place of acceptance, when trying to make sense of suffering great loss. The people in this book have learned to come to terms with what God allows, and are now in a place where they can help heal others. If you have gone—or are going through—the “valley of despair,” you will find comfort and empathy from those who care. You will also find hope and the strength to move forward as you rediscover your life.

What Asia’s parents and all those who loved her went through, healed from, and learned will bring comfort and relief to those who travel down the road of loss. Reading and experiencing Asia’s story will truly bring healing and life to all who turn these pages.

Purchase Links

Amazon  ~  Barnes & Noble

 

Asia's New Wings (2)

 

Book Trailer

 

Asia's New Wings (2)

Giveaway

Win 1 of 15 print copies of Asia’s New Wings (open to both USA & Canada)

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