Friday, September 21, 2018

6 results for 'young adult'

Tailoring Personal Fashion for Work

By Shantall Prado, published on Mar 20, 2014

Entering the workforce can be a scary and an exciting new experience. Your life is changing, and with change comes a new wardrobe! Torn jeans and Toms are no longer considered appropriate, and slacks and collared shirts have come to stay. Adjusting can be a difficult transition and finding a balance between your personal style and company policy can be stiffening. Here are some tips that may help you find your balance.

Accessorizing is key:

Try finding a good mixture of your personal style and what other coworkers wear. Try a slightly more conservative version or your regular... (more)

Tags: fashion, advice, young adult, new job

Space Orville is a Sci-Fi Y. A. Adventure by Jeff Whellan

By Wrp68, published on Jul 6, 2012

Space Orville is a Science Fiction, Young Adult, Humorous, Adventure novel from independent author Jeff Whelan.

Space Orville, a young Earthman of 16, is relishing his new life as an independent grown-up. He has just been accepted as an apprentice with Morphean Gaming Systems and has moved into an Earth-orbiting apartment with his companion, NeutroFuzz, to test holographic video games. As a result of a questionnaire he answered in the back of a magazine, Space Orville finds himself recruited by the Universal Protection Service to rescue a brilliant inventor who has been kidnapped by... (more)

Tags: novel, adventure, science fiction, young adult, independent author, humorous

Book Review: Memory's Wake by Selina Fenech

By Wrp68, published on Dec 13, 2011

Looking for a young adult urban fantasy with enough adventure, romance, and page-turning excitement to keep even the most easily distracted teen captivated? Then look no further than Memory’s Wake by Selina Fenech.

Imagine being dropped into a strange world with nothing more than the clothes on your back. From the opening pages, this is our heroine’s reality as she finds herself in a land called Avall. Her body is bruised, she is confused about how she got there, and she cannot remember anything about her life, not even her own name. She meets a beautiful yet timid human named Eloryn... (more)

Tags: novel, book review, magic, fantasy, young adult, fairies, heroine, urban fantasy, dragon

Lor Mandela Destruction From Twins by L. Carroll

By Wrp68, published on Apr 2, 2011

...and training, first in the field of retail home décor, and then for a small book chain. It took being surrounded by books day in and day out for her to finally realize that her passion for writing had been squelched long enough, and so the world of Lor Mandela was born.

With four young adult children and one pre-teen of her own, she's had a wealth of inspiration for her characters; her writing is strongly influenced by her own parent/child experiences. Currently, she resides in Eagle Mountain, Utah with her husband, Chuck, and their five children.

Lor Mandela “400... (more)

Tags: adventure, magic, fantasy, young adult, l. carroll, lor mandella, destruction from twins, creatures, 400 days

The Sword and Dragon by M.R. Mathias

By Wrp68, published on Mar 2, 2011

M. R. Mathias is an author who, in his past, spent several years in a Texas prison for minor drug possession. While he was there, he wrote several full length novels, and read several hundred more. The novels were written in longhand, without the luxury of spell check, or word processors, or even a dictionary. Mathias has been clean and free since his release, and he has every intention of staying that way. He says: "Writing was my salvation. I was on a Maximum Security Unit for a while, over a few fights. I was in a modern dungeon cell 23 hours a day, everyday. Every word on every page... (more)

Tags: fantasy, young adult, m. r. mathias, the royal dragoneers, the sword and the dragon, dragons

Book Review: Battle Lines Undrawn by Rick Brooks

By Wrp68, published on Oct 26, 2010

...With the election of President Obama, it is easy to forget that only few short decades ago a level of bigotry existed that would stop an African-American person from enjoying a movie with his white friends. This is a coming-of-age story of a naïve teenager and of an entire nation. This book is geared to young adult readers (10-18) and I believe it would be an asset to middle school history/social studies programs. Highly Recommended.By William Potter

Battle Lines Undrawn

Written and illustrated by Rick BrooksMirror Publishing (August 24, 2010)978-1936352814100 pages


Tags: civil rights, battle lines undrawn, rick brooks, young adult, 101st airborne

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