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Book SigningNovember 22, 2010 by Dave Willert (Register to contact)
Hello fellow Tartans.
I have just published my second book, DIMENSIONS II: The Plethora. This is the sequel to my first effort, DIMENSIONS: The Wheat Field. These novels are fast paced and written in a constantly shifting combination of fantasy and reality. Throw in a little romance, spirituality, mystery and adventure, comedy, and you have got the gist of my books! I would like to invite everyone to come to my book signing for DIMENSIONS II: The Plethora at Borders in Brea on Saturday, December 11th at 2 PM. I would love to see you there. Once a Tartan, always a Tartan. Thanks, Dave Willert
New BookJanuary 2, 2010 by Dave Willert (Register to contact)
Dave Willert’s “DIMENSIONS: The Wheat Field” Update
Many thanks to those of you who have already ordered a copy of Dave’s new book on Amazon or Barnes And Noble online. The discount remains in effect if you still wish to order it from either of them.
For a short time, Amazon and Barnes And Noble online bookstores will be discounting “DIMENSIONS: The Wheat Field” by 10%, meaning your price will now be $15.25 plus shipping instead of the regular $16.95 plus shipping. FYI standard shipping has been taking just under a week for the book to arrive.
The Book Signing is still on at Borders in Brea between Imperial and Associated. The date is Saturday, January 2nd from 2 to 3 PM. Books will be available for purchase at Borders on that day and beginning just as soon as Borders receives them from their distributor. In the meantime, have a wonderful holiday season with your families!
For those who missed it, here is a brief overview of the story:
Alan Dunkirk was a cocky young college graduate with a plan. Ten short years later, he found himself trapped inside his own mundane existence. One night, following an argument with his wife, Alan drove aimlessly away. Before long, his car mysteriously sat at the bottom of Lake Juniper, while he inexplicably found himself in the middle of a sprawling wheat field, in the body of a twelve-year-old boy. His wife, Mary, truly wanted to believe he was still alive, but there were other forces at work with much more to gain by his imminent demise. What ensues is both magical and illuminating. The Wheat Field is a race against time, a battle between good and evil, a natural blending of science and religion, but most of all a love story. The Wheat Field begins where logic leaves off and faith alone leads the way. If you have ever wondered about the connection between this life and the next, DIMENSIONS: The Wheat Field may just be your ticket to enlightenment. Contemporary Fantasy.
As you read this book, please enjoy the story, but don’t miss the message. Hmm..
30 year reunionMarch 30, 2009 by Theresa Wiese (Register to contact)
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Shilo Inn suites Hotel, Pomona, CA
3101 Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768
Phone (909) 598-XXXX | Fax (909) 598-XXXX
6pm to Midnight - July 18, 2009
A group of rooms has been reserved. Call 1 800 222 2244 for the event rate. Specifically tell them "Glendora High School - 30 year Reunion on July 18, 2009."
A pre-party get together is planned for July 17, 2009 at the shilo Restaurant's Upper Deck. Time: 7pm to 10pm
A Bar-B-Q is planned for July 19, 2009 from 12 Noon to 5pm - Finkbiner Part, Glendora.
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Other NewsMay 19, 2013 by Valley News
LAKE SKINNER - Boats from Savannah High School in Anaheim and Glendora High School in eastern L.A. County won the 11th annual Solar Cup boat races today near Temecula. Savannah won the veterans division and Glendora won the rookie prize in ... The event is sponsored by the Metropolitan Water District, which supplies water from the Sacramento River delta and Colorado River to California cities from the Grapevine to San Ysidro. It was held at Lake Skinner, an MWD storage facility in western Riverside ...May 19, 2013 by The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
LAKE SKINNER, Calif. — The nation's largest solar-powered boat competition wrapped up today with boats built and raced by students from Savanna High School in Anaheim and Glendora High School claiming the top awards at Metropolitan Water District's ...News headlines by Google News