Scribings, Vol 2 by Christopher L. Weston
Lost Civilizations

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Journey into lands long lost with the Greater Portland Scribists. Delve into an Egyptian pyramid in a peculiar location. See what a Viking boy does when handed the executioner's ax. Find out why sometimes it's too late to learn from your mistakes. Watch a bookbinder as he achieves his dreams. See a civilization vanish through the eyes of a young girl.

Scribings Vol 2: Lost Civilizations features eight exciting stories that will take you on a trip through time and space and even through the fabric of reality itself. Scribings Vol 2 features stories from trusted veterans Richard Veysey, Cynthia Ravinski, and Jamie Alan Belanger; as well as stories from new members Christopher L. Weston and Timothy Lynch.

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Jamie earned a bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida in Computer Science and worked for a small software company in Tampa for eight years before moving to Maine to pursue his own projects. He currently works for a company he started with his brother Paul, Lost Luggage Studios. His interests include computers, writing, photography, and designing worlds he'd rather live in. Richard Veysey is the youngest member of the Greater Portland Scribists and our current leader. He has been telling stories since he could put words together to form a sentence, and writing since he learned how to read. In his free time, he likes to write, program and play video games, make all-natural moisturizers, face washes, etc., and hang out with his friends. He also hates writing about himself in the third person. Timothy Lynch is a Reference Librarian at The University of Southern Maine. He graduated with a BA in English Literature from St. Bonaventure University and an MLS in Library and Information Science from Simmons College. He enjoys reading, writing and walking around Back Cove in Portland. At least once a month he can also be found swimming mythical rivers and hiking the endless trails of dreams. Shelli-Jo Pelletier has been determined to write stories for book-eager children ever since third grade, when a teacher assigned her additional coursework because she "read too much." Born and raised in southern Maine, she received her bachelor's in creative writing from the University of Maine at Farmington. Her previous publications include a chapter in "Telling Their Stories: Women Business Owners in Western Maine," a project by the Western Mountains Alliance to honor women entrepreneurs. D.L. Harvey has a degree in Anthropology-Geography with a side focus in economics that helps with creating her universes. Her pursuit of a Master's of Psychology aids in both the development of her fictional characters and in managing her real life family of five. She has an eclectic range of interests from genetics to psychics, from singing to quantum theory, from linguistics to motorcycles. She hopes her writing shows that the universe is an amazing, beautiful, and scary place, worthy to be explored and shared. Steven Inman finds his many jobs to be an interesting diversion from his writing obsession. He lives in Portland where his B.A. in Classical Literature comes in handy in his daytime maintenance work, where reads Candide to air handling units. He has worked in cemeteries, hotels, churches, shelters, and M60A1 tanks. In his spare time he reads, writes, runs, eats meals, plays with old movie projectors and office equipment, and eventually goes to work.
Published June 28, 2012 by Lost Luggage Studios LLC. 175 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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