Saturday, December 15, 2018

"Fireflies" blends nostalgia, suspense, and sentiment

I am very excited and proud to present my new book, "Fireflies", now available on Kindle and in paperback.

The inspirations for "Fireflies" are my own adolescence, Joe Dante films, Amblin Entertainment productions, and the pop culture of the early 1980s. I really hope you enjoy it.

From the back cover:

The year is 1983 and something strange is going on in Cross Creek, Pennsylvania.

After a devastating family tragedy, Emma moves across the country at the start of her freshman year of high school. Grief-stricken, isolated, and harassed by local bullies, she is feeling lost and lonely. One day, she takes a shortcut home from school through the woods and encounters a group of strange, otherworldly, flying orbs of light that she dubs “the fireflies”. She feels a deep connection to them as her interaction with the fireflies continues, bringing her new hope, wonder, startling insights, and horrific dangers beyond anything she could have imagined.

In the tradition of the films of Amblin Entertainment, “Fireflies” is a moving, suspenseful story of the fantastic from James J. Caterino, author of the acclaimed UFO epic “Watch the Skies”, “The Last Neanderthal”, and the “Caitlin Star” series.

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