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When the latest James Bond film was called off due to the pandemic, it came as a shock to movie lovers everywhere. And unfortunately it was just the first in a long string of movies that would either be cancelled or delayed in 2020. The ripple will be felt throughout 2021 and beyond. So what’s a movie lover to do this holiday season?
Self-proclaimed movie aficionado Anthony Puzzilla of La Plata, Maryland, which is about an hour south of Baltimore, is hoping those longing for big screen entertainment will instead want to focus on one of his passions.... revisiting some of the greatest movie moments of all time. He shared some of them during an Oct. 15 interview on WAVM-AM in Roanoke, Virginia. They came straight from his book, The 100 Greatest Scenes in Motion Picture History, which is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
The Black Lives Matter campaign has brought to the forefront an issue educators have struggled with for a long time—how to do a better job of teaching black and brown children, many of whom have a hard time relating to the accomplishments of white people that are taught about in school. Sandra Brown-Lindstedt, who grew up on the streets of Chicago, says the answer is to teach kids about the accomplishments of people they can relate to.
“As a young girl, I couldn’t really relate to the success stories I read about in books,” she says. “The only success stories I saw growing up in Chicago were the pimps and the girls who worked for them. They had on the nice clothes. They had the nice cars.”
Now 66, Brown-Lindstedt is hoping to inspire future generations of children to achieve great things by sharing her story through the new children’s book, Life of a Firefly: The Incredible Adventures and Mostly True Stories of Sandy Forte.
In her review of the book, Megan B. Joseph, MHA, said, “This was a beautiful tale that will remind children that no matter how bleak a situation may look, a little faith, or a firefly, can take them a long way. This book needs to be in every elementary and middle school library! Not only does it give black children a chance to read books with strong characters who look like them, it helps to humanize the black community to those outside of it. Well done!”
Life of a Firefly: The Incredible Adventures and Mostly True Stories of Sandy Forte is available in both paperback and Kindle formats through Amazon.com. The eBook is available in other formats as well. A portion of the proceeds from all book sales is being donated to the Mom and Baby Clinic charity in Uganda, a cause the author supports.
Congratulations to Alix Jans, author, Amandla. There was a story about his book in the Sept. 30 issue of his community newspaper, The Highland Villager. Learn more about Alix's book at www.alixjans.com.
If you enjoy historic fiction, and believe in miracles, then you'll want to pick up a copy of Bruce J. Berger's novel, The Flight of the Veil, which was released on Oct. 8, 2020.
The story begins in 1990 when Holocaust survivor Nicky – a Brooklyn psychiatrist – receives a letter from Abbess Fevronia, the head of a women’s monastery in Greece. Although Nicky believes the rest of his family died at Auschwitz, he learns that Theodora, a mysteriously silent nun who’s lived at the monastery since 1944, may be his baby sister, Kal. With his old friend and new love, Helen, Nicky returns to Greece – to harrowing memories of his fighting with the partisans and to a reunion with his beloved sister. The Flight of the Veil explores the intersections of guilt and memory, faith and tragedy, fate and miracle.
Books are available through the publisher's website: BlackroseWriting.com.