Foreword Reviews

Posthumous

A Novel about the Power of Belief

While living in Paris, Ellie Kerr's mom penned a series of children's stories, yet sadly dies before they could be published. Once Ellie and her father return to the US, the twelve-year-old decides to finish what her mother could not. Ellie believes her mother might have left a posthumous message so, with the help of friends, she tries to crack the password protecting the stories, publish the books, and ultimately honor her mother.

Rights Contact
Paul Aertker <paulaertker@gmail.com>
Award(s)
2018 Foreword Reviews INDIES Book of the Year Award Finalist and SCBWI Spark Honor
Book Website
https://www.paulaertker.com/
Contributor(s)
Paul Aertker
Publisher
Flying Solo Press
ISBN-13
978-1-940137-99-5
Publication Date
Jun 1, 2018
Pages
200
Price
$9.95
Tags
#juvenilefiction
#mystery
#rights
Our Review
Beautiful and emotional, "Posthumous" is about Ellie, a twelve-year-old girl trying to deal with her mother’s death. Life in Paris is pretty great for Ellie and her parents. Ellie’s father, Calvert, works for the man who would have been the king of France. Ellie’s mother, Etta, writes... Read More