Washington, DC, September 11, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- In Chair, a magical adventure written by author and composer Larry Wilder, an entity comes to Earth in the form of a little child in order to save the world from its own selfish greed and destruction.
Outskirts Press is pleased to announce the publication of CHAIR, an extraordinary, magical and fascinating new book written by Larry Wilder.
Chair takes us to a little house far, far, away and deep in the valley, to meet a boy named Chair. “Chair? Why, that’s a silly name!” you may be thinking to yourself, and it is a most unusual name, to be sure. However, chair is no ordinary boy, for everyone who comes into contact with him experiences something magical. Even Chair’s birth was a miraculous event:
Vela ran to the door, and when she opened the door, she stood there in fear and disbelief, holding her baby for dear life. She couldn’t believe what she saw. Every animal in the forest was sitting in front of her home, as far as the eye could see. And two lions with wings and gold brass covering their heads and bodies stood guard on each side of her porch. Vela stepped down slowly, holding her baby close to her heart and trembling…but she noticed her baby was smiling and laughing, which made her feel much better. Then all the animals in the forest began to separate, forming a pathway for them to walk through…
Chair is available through all major book outlets and distributors around the world. A very attractive trade discount of 55% is available; retailers will earn their standard margin.
ISBN: 978-1-4327-0422-3 Format: 6x9 Paperback SRP: $16.95
Genre: Curiosities & Wonders
About the Author
Larry Wilder was born in New York. He is a writer, singer, composer, choreographer, and music producer whose main objective is to spread love and to bring a smile to everyone he meets.
“As a writer,” Larry says, “I want to give my readers a taste of adventure, mystery, suspense, laughter, magic, and excitement through my stories. I want to take them to worlds beyond their farthest imaginations. Also I have the ability to write about any and everything that one could think of or imagine and make it into a story. To me it’s a gift from God.”
Larry Wilder currently lives in Mclean, Virginia. For more information on this and upcoming projects, visit www.outskirtspress.com/BOOKCHAIR, or www.bookchair.biz. You may also e-mail Larry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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