Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Happened upon a customer review posted on Amazon on the 17th for Exile:
"The Aeneid is the epic from antiquity that most people are the least familiar with. The Exile of Aeneas is a step toward fixing that. Instead of a translation or adaption for children, Ed DeHoratius presents the story as a series of choices for the reader. Since the story is not as familiar to students and Aeneas is an all too-human hero, students will have a chance to see the story unfold for themselves as they are faced with the no-win choices Aeneas had to make. For students who are more familiar with the story, the choices available to Aeneas are made more immediate in this style of storytelling."
Thank you, Peter Sipes!
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Just found out that the Worcester Art Museum gift shop will be carrying the Follow Your Fates series starting in the fall. Next step (since I live in Worcester) is seeing if we can organize an author event at the museum....