Author: K.A. Cummins
Narrator: Nancy Peterson
Length: 3 hours 54 minutes
Series: Samuel's Legacy, Book 1
Publisher: Eleonora Press
Released: Aug. 9, 2021
Genre: Middle Grade Fiction
“A tween travels to a parallel Earth via snow globe in Cummins' entertaining debut novel.” (Publishers Weekly) In the heart of Vienna, 12-year-old Sarah Ann Reisende wanders into a mysterious shop where snow globes double as portals to other worlds. After breaking the globe tethered to Earth, she discovers a cryptic note scribbled on the back of a photograph. The note links her father, who left before her third birthday, to a place called Elohi. Could this be a chance to find her father at last? Unable to return home, Sarah follows the lead into the world of Elohi. But an army of vicious hybrids led by a genetically engineered warrior named Malvine now rules the once peaceful planet, and she becomes a target as Malvine wants to use the shop’s connections to wage war. Can Sarah uncover the truth behind her father leaving and find a way home before Malvine gains control of the shop?
As a kid in the 80s and early 90s, music was a big part of my life. I remember playing records and often dancing along—usually in the summer when no one else was home. Sometimes, we’d play music while doing our chores. And when I got my first car, I saved up for a pair of JL Audio 10w6’s and a Bandpass box. I loved cranking up the music and feeling the vibrations.
Music is still an important part of my life today. It’s a powerful source of inspiration and encouragement, but, ironically, I can’t listen to it while I write. However, I do listen to it while brainstorming or thinking through a story problem. Here are a list of songs I often listened to while working on Samuel’s Legacy.
● Wonder by Hillsong United
● Best Day of My Life by American Authors
● A Million Dreams from Greatest Showman Soundtrack
● Lord, I Need You by Matt Maher
● Salvation by Skillet
● Your Love Never Fails by Newsboys
● Come Alive from Greatest Showman Soundtrack
● This is Me from Greatest Showman Soundtrack
● The Resistance by Skillet
● Here We Stand by Newsboys
● To The Dreamers by for King & Country
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