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Author Supports Youth Programs
A new author loves youth. With four children of her own, she understands the challenges they face every day. She donates a portion of her first book, The Immortal Lost, to youth programs. She used writing to help heal from a a broken neck.
HR Phillips loves young people and wants them to have every chance possible to succeed. Having four growing children herself, she realizes the importance of adult interaction and influence on impressionable lives.
Phillips’ first book, The Immortal Lost, was birthed during a painful time in her life. Having fallen asleep at the wheel, Phillips suffered multiple injuries, including a broken neck. To cope with the pain and trauma, Phillips returned to writing as a way to express her feelings. The Prime Immortals series was the result.
There will be a book reception to give the public an opportunity to meet the author and purchase the book before it is released to bookstores next month on Friday, February 25th from 6-9 pm at 520 Kansas City Street in Rapid City.
Books and other products are also available at www.primeimmortals.com.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with HR Phillips, please contact Cindy at 605-224-7511 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Lost Immortals book - part of The Prime Immortals Series. Dylan Black grew up as an outcast. She had few people she considered friends, and even fewer she could hope to trust.