Invasion of the Blue Lights

Invasion of the Blue Lights

by Ruth Glick
     
 

When Aaron first saw the strange blue lights on the night of July 4th, he thought it was fireworks.

He watched one light fall into the woods, and the next day he went over to investigate. That day was very nearly his last!

Aaron's close encounter with an alien being was all the more terrifying, because he didn't know what it was; it could change…  See more details below

Overview

When Aaron first saw the strange blue lights on the night of July 4th, he thought it was fireworks.

He watched one light fall into the woods, and the next day he went over to investigate. That day was very nearly his last!

Aaron's close encounter with an alien being was all the more terrifying, because he didn't know what it was; it could change shape!

Had other aliens landed? Where were they?

Aaron, and now his friends, are in terrible danger--all the more, because no one would believe them!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013693074
Publisher:
Light Street Press
Publication date:
01/19/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
126
Sales rank:
817,516
File size:
378 KB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Ruth began her career when her children were preschoolers. Her first sales were newspaper articles for her local paper. She remembers that her first 2,000-word article took twenty-five hours to write, and she was paid $10. But she says she was earning a little while she was learning.

After she began designing dollhouse furniture, she wrote DOLLHOUSE FURNITURE YOU CAN MAKE with Nancy Baggett. She and Nancy then wrote DOLLHOUSE LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS, and Ruth wrote DOLLHOUSE KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM ACCESSORIES. At the same time, Ruth was trying her hand at fiction. Her first novel was a juvenile science-fiction novel called INVASION OF THE BLUE LIGHTS, which she wrote while taking a writing seminar at Howard Community College. In 2011 INVASION OF THE BLUE LIGHTS was optioned for a major motion picture by Peter Fuhrman of Stairway Media.

Ruth, in collaboration with Eileen Buckholtz, conceived, edited, and wrote many of the juvenile adventure stories in the Micro Adventure and Magic Micro series. Ruth and Eileen also collaborated on the Charisma, Inc., YA adventure series.

She began writing romances in the early eighties but quickly found that she wanted to write stories with an exciting plot as well as a sensual romance. So she switched to romantic thrillers—and then began adding paranormal elements to her plots. She has published over 100 romances, most under her Rebecca York pseudonym.

Some of her early newspaper articles were about food and recipes—which led to the publication of her first cookbook, DON’T TELL ‘EM IT’S GOOD FOR ‘EM, written with Nancy Baggett and Gloria Kaufer Greene. Over the years, she has written 16 cookbooks, many with Nancy Baggett and most for special diets. Their latest cookbook is THE 2 DAY A WEEK DIET COOKBOOK; it shows that the limitation to 500 calories on a “fast” day of the Fast Diet (also known as the 5-2 Diet) is not only possible but enjoyable. And all recipes are either gluten-free or have gluten-free options.

Ruth loves cooking and designing recipes. When her critique group comes over, they’re as likely to be asked to comment on a recipe as a chapter of a novel. Her nesting instincts led directly to many of her leisure-time activities. Her creativity is a big factor in her garden design and craft projects.

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