‘The Fates’ Book Launch

McNally Robinson Booksellers
James W. Hoddinott
launching his second novel
The Fates


Wednesday June 4, 7:00 pm
Grant Park in the Atrium

This book follows society’s search for immortality. The Fates explores a society made up of those that put their needs ahead of all others versus those that believe the spiritual self is the destiny of all humans. The decisions of the youth of today are influenced by increasingly uncontrolled and self-centered ideas. The path is being set in our world where through media, we are changing culture. Conflicts in this society where individuals devalue the basic human characteristics that make each of us unique manifest in some devastating outcomes. Imagine a world without a social conscience.

James W. Hoddinott has worked as a teacher, resource/special education teacher, and consultant and currently works as a vice principal. James is interested in making a difference in his own life and the lives of others. He is a believer in strength-based education and helping students find what it is that is their gift. He is an advocate for students with special needs and individuals who have not yet found their way. He also believes in creating healthy communities which understand the importance of people. James is also the author of When Eagles Dare to Fly

Visit James online at his website and his blog.

About jameswhoddinott

My novel 'When Eagles Dare to Fly' represents my belief that good will always triumph over evil and by developing who we are on the inside we will find our way. My newest novel 'The Fates' was released earlier this year that examines a society that discovers immortality. I have a blog called an 'Author, blogger and his musings' which talks about my writing, political issues as well as other areas of interest like education, art and photography,
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