Three Saguaro Books authors to be interviewed on the April 1 Saguaro Books Radio Hour:
2) Robena Egemonye – The Fence Mender
3) Jenny Uzelac – The Whiskers Gang
Listen to what they have to say about Author Fools Day
Brand building: Saguaro Books, LLC has rolled out two new facets of our offerings: a) Books for Young Readers (Sold by but not published by Saguaro Books, LLC) and b) New Adult (16-25 yr. olds) fiction. Saguaro Books is looking for volunteer book designers and developers, writers and editors to join a small, independent publishing firm in Fountain Hills, AZ.
List Price: $11.95
6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
BISAC: Juvenile Fiction / Fantasy & Magic
Would you risk everything just to be cool?
Young Duggan McDuggan really has no choice. Her habit of talking to trees has made her the most teased kid in her village. Duggan would love to stop the teasing but there’s no way she’s going to give up her tree friends. And so she’s worked out a daring plan to journey with her two best friends to Eshmagick, ancient realm of the Faeries. This will certainly stop the teasing. No one in five hundred years has made it there and back again.
For their dangerous journey, Duggan and her friends will need a Faerie guide. Unfortunately, legend says harming a Faerie will bring down a terrible curse and it’s hard to catch a Faerie without hurting it. But when you’re as desperate as Duggan, no curse is too scary to stop you.
Dr. Robena Egemonye retired as an educator with over forty years of experience. She was nominated and selected to “Who’s Who among America’s Teachers”, 2005-2006. She was also listed in the Outstanding American Teachers National Honor Roll. THE FENCE MENDER is her first published novel.
Fourteen-year-old Blue MacGregor has been wheeled into the Raven Hills Regional ER. Why is he so badly hurt, barely clinging to life? What happened to him? Some of the ER staff dismissively refer to Blue as ‘poor white trash’ from Ergo Estates, a local trailer park. However, Dr. Vera Drake, the ER physician in charge, is intrigued. Blue reminds her of Marshal, her grandson. Dr. Vera learns that Blue is one of the last purveyors of a dying art –he is a fence mender. She vows to find out how Blue ended up in the ER and to do whatever it takes to ensure that Blue recovers. Will Dr. Vera’s determination to help Blue lead to the truth or place her life as well as his in jeopardy?