Detroit, MI, December 09, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus and there is a Kathy Moffet. Kathy hails from California and goes by the same name as the femme fatale played by Jane Greer pursued by Robert Mitchum and Kirk Douglas in the 1947 film noir classic "Out of the Past." Greer was pursued and secretly courted in real life by millionaire entrepreneur and film impresario Howard Hughes and has proved to be nearly as reclusive and enigmatic, though her literary work shouts how dearly she loves her fellow women and men.
Kathy Moffet's long anticipated anthology of popular prose poems and engaging short-short stories have finally been gathered in anthology form and published for Christmas by Stellar Novellas, Stellar Scholars' own book line. The gift edition celebrates the Scholars' 300,000 story reads by endorsing celebrities and admiring readers across the planet. The small volume can be ordered by gift donation via the Stellar Novellas "bookstore" on the Stellar Romance website.
What makes the novella special is that the poems and prose within are read aloud by the Stellar Scholars' much-lauded Roundtable of writers. It is the ensemble cast's first audio-video book of their "StoryTube" imprint.
The format harkens back to the Golden Age of Old Time Radio which enjoyed a brief reign of twenty five years from the late Twenties to the early Fifties before television staked claim to living rooms across the globe. It was an era when family values were practiced and embraced, when women were women and men were women and children reared and nurtured in their parents' loving likeness, even through the grueling siege and separation of an horrendous world war.
Stellar Scholars' mission of love and filial appreciation parallels this historic period under the aegis of late, former Ford stats wizardess Patricia Emery, and its Executive Creative Director Ashley Sword in tandem with Stellar Novellas Editorial Director Jennifer Watters.
Ashley, who has been touted by one loyal reader as the "rockstar" of the cause espoused by sister satellite sites "Stellar Romance" and "Saints and Scholars" that have achieved 300,000 story reads through their free gift links to reader loved ones of flash fiction, original baseball lore, collectible car art, Cathedral prayer cards, original country songs by Paul Lubanski and Johnny Johnson, plus the Scholars' own hybrid invention "Wilderness or Wild Golf," that has been endorsed by Sports Illustrated and Golf.com which proclaimed: "If you are brave enough for Wild Golf, you are brave enough to dream."
"The reason we've taken off?" asks Ashley out loud, who stars in stories and herself reads StoryTubes on YouTube. "Our formula for success is an elementary one: We love our loyal followers and they love us. Amen. Amen."