Monday, August 4, 2014

Discover Science Faction with Lill and Mewe and the Secrets of Mars

What is science faction? It's a mix of science fiction with scientific facts, put together in a way that's fun for all ages to read and expand their knowledge of space. Author Jean E. Lane has accomplished this in her Lill and Mewe series.

We're going to have a big party to celebrate the release of Lill and Mewe and the Secrets of Mars. Be sure to join us on August 6th at 7pm for the big event on Facebook right HERE There will be giveaways, a chance to talk to Jean E. Lane live and lots more fun for all ages.

About Lill and Mewe and the Secrets of Mars, book one of the Lill and Mewe series 
The year is 2456MD, (Mars Date) however the story events are happening in present time. The Martians track time a little differently than us Earthlings. To the average eye, the planet Mars seems dead, uninviting, dusty, and void of water. I say life did exist there at one time, and still does; we just haven’t scratched the surface yet. Maybe there’s a lot more happening than we can imagine, just because you can’t see something, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist right?

The secrets beneath the surface could tell another story. The story of Lill and Mewe, as told by Lill herself of how she feels about the lost history of Mars, her current life, and the great strides the Martians have made to recapture the advanced intelligence and technology of their past. It’s all about the role they play in our solar system and how they feel about us Earthlings. Are we even worth talking to? What could they possibly learn from us? Maybe we have more to learn from them, but are we willing to open our minds?

About author Jean E. Lane
Jean E. Lane at the Sydney and Friends Book Signing
Jean grew up in the once active steel town of Youngstown, Ohio. Since then, she has moved to the Orlando, Florida area and considers this her home. Shortly afterwards, she met and later married her husband Ken; now they have a home just northwest of Orlando.

She studied Journalism at Writers Institute and Finance at Penn State. Most of her life included working in Accounting and Purchasing. Although she liked working with numbers, she knew she had an aptitude for writing at an early age. Jean had poems published in Seacoast Life Magazine, Wide Open Magazine, and was a poetic contributor to The Copy Desk Flash, a school newspaper. Later she signed a contract with Creative Directions as a free-lance writer of verse for greeting cards.

It was her love of science and science fiction that prompted her to write her first children’s novel, “Lill and Mewe and the Secrets of Mars”, the first of her series. Her inspiration came with the birth of her niece Lily and shortly afterwards a nephew, Andrew. As with all children, she wanted them to enjoy readingand there’s nothing like a good adventure.

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Lille and Mewe and the Secrets of Mars is available at bookstores, both online and near you. If you can't find it on the bookshelf just request the book from your retailer with the ISBN 978-1-63324-000-1

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