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About the author:
Paul M. Carhart is an award-winning Art Director in print, Internet and new media. He has produced Internet creative for Nissan, Toshiba and Focus on the Family and was the host of the UCCS web radio show, "The Creative Underground." He often speaks on creativity, writing and design and his articles have appeared online and in local and national print publications. In addition to "One of the Girls," Carhart is also the author of the Fairlight series of science fiction novels that include "Chance for the Future," "Hope for Tomorrow" and "Faith in the Past." He is currently wrapping up his next novel ("A Stranger On Bay Street"), putting the finishing touches on his first nonfiction book ("Zooming Thru Life"), and has also recently completed the first volume ("Plunge Into Eden") in the upcoming Earthship Endeavor science fiction trilogy. Stay up-to-date: www.paulcarhart.com
After a short time in Colorado, Paul and his wife Lori returned to Long Beach, California where they both grew up. The two of them collaborate musically and are the driving force behind Launch Pad, a band that plays the local Long Beach music scene as well as for Bible studies and church / charity functions. They have one daughter, Melody.
One of the Girls
Paul M. Carhart
Sixteen-year-old Jana Swain never wanted to be in the spotlight. But when Jana discovers flying rocks coming to her rescue while fleeing bullies after school, she knows her life has changed forever. Still, she could have never guessed what would come next. With the help of her popular cheerleader twin sister, Jeni, her comic book-obsessed younger brother and her neighbors from across the street, Jana seeks to get to the bottom of her strange encounter. What she discovers is that she's somehow received, in her brother's words, "super hero powers."
She can move things with her mind!
With coaching from her siblings, Jana reluctantly takes the guise of PsyChick, haphazardly using her abilities to fight crime. But she's in over her head and only her sister has what it takes to rescue the would-be hero.
Indeed, powers or not, only by acting together can Jana and Jeni become the hero that neither could have been as long as they both remain merely one of the girls.
- Publication Date:
- 1449979769 / 9781449979768
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Juvenile Fiction / Fantasy & Magic