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Join Rivera Sun for a Live Webinar Book Discussion

Posted by Ryan Hall
03.16.17

 

Author Q & A on March 23, 2017 at 8pm Eastern/ 5pm Pacific

The Way Beteen Screen shotIn an exciting blend of action, adventure, and fantasy author Rivera Sun boldly takes the genre in a new direction . . . that of waging peace, active nonviolence, and nonviolent movements. Challenging war cultures and military societies, The Way Between brings the skills of resolving conflict, anti-bullying, and ending violence into a coming of age story for a new generation of readers. Between flight and fight lies a mysterious third path called the Way Between, and young shepherdess and orphan Ari Ara must master it . . . before war destroys everything she loves!

Author/Activist Rivera Sun is the author of The Dandelion Insurrection and other novels, and the cohost of Love (and Revolution) Radio. She is also a trainer for Campaign Nonviolence and Pace e Bene. Her essays on social justice movements are syndicated on PeaceVoice and appear in Counterpunch, Truthout and Popular Resistance. www.riverasun.com

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