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StanzTheMan
by:  Stan Zales, Stanley Zalesny, S.R. Zales, S. R. zalesny
e-mail:  stan_renee33@msn.com
web:  http://www.stanzalesny.blogspot.com
Writing is not a job or a profession. It is an obsession, an appetite 0f the soul that is never satiated.
February 10, 2014

Recent Awards and Presentations

"Jenny and the Hummingbird Faeries" is a Medallion winner from Book Readers Appreciation Group (Indie B.R.A.G.). Out 0f 1500 book submissions, reviewed by 150 readers, "Jenny and the Hummingbird Faeries" was awarded the B.R.A.G. gold medallion. S.R. Zales, Author, is most thankful and highly recommends the Indie B.R.A.G. organization.

S.R. Zales was the speaker at the Vena Avenue Elementary/Magnet School in Southern California on February 3, 2014. He spoke to 40 K-5 young writers in a special class. The talk was arranged through the California Readers Organization. He read from his book "Jenny", discussed the writing process, his inspiration, the use of imagination and answered multiple questions on writing and his book, "Jenny and the Hummingbird Faeries".

S.R. Zales is a member of the Society of Children's Books and Illistrators (SCBWI), the Greater Los Angeles Writers Society (GLAWS), and the Independant Writers of Southern California (IWOSC). The author is currently writing the second book on the adventures of "Jenny and the Hummingbird Faeries" and has submitted his book "Following Huck", a memoir of his homemade raft trip from Hannibal to Memphis, to the AARP/Huffington Memoir Contest.

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September 22, 2012

S.R. Zales at W. Hollywood Book Fair, Sept. 30, 2012

S. R. ZalesAuthor of "Jenny and the Hummingbird Faeries" will be offering his new novel at the W. Hollywood Book Fair on Sunday Sept. 30, 2012. He will be available to sign his book at the Greater Los Angeles Writers Society Tent in the Park next to the New Library. Free admission, free parking, free shuttle.

"Jenny Mirland, a runt of a tomboy, is chosen by the Hummingbird Faeries to defend their ancient home, the "Chine", hidden in the hills of her Island. She must find the source of the deadly Black Globs that invade the Faeries magnificent crystal encrusted Chine while stopping the ravages of the Blood Blossom Trees from destroying the islands fragile ecology. One dark-magic man stands in Jenny's way, the sinister Dex Cobben.

In her amazing quest she is aided by her shaggy pet cat, Ms. Po, who instructs her in the ways of Magic. Jenny soon discovers her own identity as a White Witch. In this wonderous journey Jenny, Ms. Po, the Faerie Pim and the Hummingbird Rhen, risk all to thwart Cobben's evil plan. Jenny must overcome her deepest fears to confront the last Black Glob. In a fierce fight a tragic loss shocks Jenny and a secret is revealed."

For sale at all fine book stores. Books may also be purchased through www.srzales.com

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A B O U T   T H E   A U T H O R

Stan-The Man- was born on the longest day of the year. He was pleased to be born in the summer with two equal astrological signs. Writing has been a life long pleasure and pursuit. He wrote and published his first "book" when he was twelve. Family has always been important to him. It has been a source of strength and inspiration in his writing. He travelled to California from Cleveland, Ohio by train. He grew up in Westchester and has lived in the "Valley" for several decades. A graduate of Loyola, a former Marine, a father,a survivor of many tragedies, and grandfather at a young age, has helped him to write from the heart and soul with great understanding of the human condition, its joys and its follies.