Important Events and Updates

Book Signing: August 25: Barnes & Noble, Christiana Mall

Posted by on Jun 13, 2012

Book Signing: August 25: Barnes & Noble, Christiana Mall

Meet Renata Brodie, author of 'From Hunt to Teen' at the Christiana Mall on August 25th from 12pm-2pm. Chat with Renata directly in the store.  See what she has up her sleeve for the next release in 'The Mona Chronicles'.  Have your copy of 'From Hunt to Teen' signed & personalized!  Don't own a copy yet?  Get yours HERE. Directions to Barnes & Noble are below.  Get there early to secure your place in line! Don't miss out on this fabulous opportunity to meet the...

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Book Signing: July 21: MeJah Books, Tri-State Mall

Posted by on Jun 8, 2012

Book Signing: July 21: MeJah Books, Tri-State Mall

Meet the Author and have your book personalized!  Renata Brodie will be appearing at MeJah Books at the Tri-State Mall on July 21, 2012 from 12pm-4pm. Be sure to bring your copy of 'From Hunt to Teen', the first book in this masterful trilogy, to have the author personalize it for you!  Don't miss out, see you there!  Directions below. Meet Renata, discuss her story and see what's next in 'The Mona Chronicles'. MeJah Books is located at the Tri State Mall, 333 Naamans Road in Claymont, DE (302)...

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Meet the Author: July 28: Dunbar School, Laurel, DE

Posted by on Jun 6, 2012

Meet the Author: July 28: Dunbar School, Laurel, DE

Meet Renowned author Renata Brodie on July 28 at the Men's Basketball Tournament- In Memory of Vera "Polly" Horsey Hitchens. It will be located in Laurel DE on Webb's Ave adjacent to the P.L. Dunbar School. Starts at 9am. Diections are below. Be sure to bring your copy of 'From Hunt to Teen' to have it signed by the author! Dont have a copy yet?  Get yours now HERE! Don't miss out on this opportunity to meet Renata, have your book signed, and talk about her upcoming releases for the exciting...

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Monster of the Month: June

Posted by on Jun 6, 2012

Monster of the Month: June

The Babay- In several countries a bogey man like creature with a sack on his back carries away naughty children. He is also depicted as a mean, skinny, ugly man that eats the misbehaving children he collects. In Brazil it is portrayed as an adult male that usually dressed as a vagrant that carries the sac on his back to sell the naughty children he collects.In Chile he is know to walk the village around dinner time. It is said that he takes children who's parents willfully give them away for disappointing them or for children that are...

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Renata’s Recommended Reading

Posted by on Jun 5, 2012

Renata’s Recommended Reading

I read everything! I love to read. I spend at least 15$ weekly for my favorite magazines (Why I don't subscribe I don't know!). I also have an e reader that I like to use. I am currently reading a Sherlock Holmes book not done by Sir Conan Doyle and it is to early to advise you if it is good or not. I will have a review for you when I am done. My favorite books of all time: Harry Potter Series- J K Rowling is a GODDESS to me! She can do no wrong with a pin, pencil, lap top ect. The world of Harry Potter is so well done and thought...

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Just for Fun: The Meaning of Mona

Posted by on Jun 5, 2012

Just for Fun: The Meaning of Mona

The name Mona in Arabic means wishes, in Gaelic it means little noble one and in Greek it mean solitary one. The name is very popular in northern Europe and is interpreted as a diminutive of Monika or rarely of Ramona or Simona.  It is sometimes associated with the title of Leonardo da Vinci's painting Mona Lisa, although in that context the word Mona is actually a title rather than a name. The word mona also means cute, monkey and doll in Spanish. In Sweden, Mona's name...

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