Mary Aris was born in Miami, Florida and raised in New Jersey. She has written over a thousand poems. Two in particular, 'Phoenix Rising' and 'Fire in the Sky',in memory of the victims of the World Trade Centre were published in the local papers, 'The Jersey Journal' and 'The West New York Reporter'. Melodies of the Heart is Mary's first published book featuring twenty-nine of her best poems on the subject of love. Mary worked as a Library Assistant at the West New York Public Library for twenty years. She lives in England with her husband, Alexander.
The Legend of the Scarlet Ravine and other tales to chill your bones, are four bizarre and grizzling short tales to chill your bones on an autumn evening. In The Legend of the Scarlet Ravine, two young men are killed by a mysterious rider at Mike Roess Gold Head State Park; their bodies thrown off their motorcycles into a ravine on Halloween night which legend say is haunted.
Hunting Elf, a doggone Christmas story
on Jan. 20, 2011
Hunting Elf is a delightful tale about a silky terrier named Elf who is dog napped by breeders in a dog show. I can imagine the lead character, Dan McCoy, played by Ed Rooney, the principal in Ferris Buller Day Off. What would make the book even better would be some illustrations. This is a children's book, no doubt. The font is large enough for any child to read it. Elf isn't just a tiny, silky Terrier, though...he's the son of a famous Dog Show winner. I enjoyed this book very much. This is a book to read at any age.