Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Rumer & Qix, a new a futuristic, eco-fantasy adventure, is going green with Eco-Libris

We are happy to announce a new partnership with Kathleen Wilson, the author of the new book 'Rumer & Qix: The Race to Terra Incognita'.

This book is a futuristic, eco-fantasy adventure set in 31st century Nanjing. Isn't it great? and it's definitely something you haven't read before!

And now, for every sold copy of 'Rmuer & Qix' a new tree will be planted with Eco-Libris. Buyers of the new book will also receive our "One tree planted for this book" sticker.

About the book: The story follows a 16-year-old apprentice reporter, Rumer, and her sidekick, Qix, who become obsessed with reports by credible witnesses of bizarre nature sightings coming through the indie news feeds.

Rumer & Qix have a creeping feeling that things are terribly amiss on their seemingly perfect planet because by the 31st century there are no more natural plants or animals, they've all been replaced by perfect, synthetic replicas by the mega-conglomerates that manufacture 'Syncov'. T

he mysterious nature sightings are simpy dismissed as lunacy by everyone but Rumer, who soon finds herself enlisted by MoNa (Mother Nature) to help fight an epic battle with Dr. BigCo (head of the mega-congloms) to turn things around on the planet before its too late ....

About the author: Kathleen currently lives in New York City. When she is not writing, she spends her time consulting with media companies on digital strategy and creative development, teaching at NYU and making photo-collage cards of her favorite people and places. She has a one-of-a-kind, high-spirited, brilliant, determined, tres petite westie named Emi who was born in Kildare, Ireland and was the inspiration for Qix. Rumer & Qix is Kathleen's first novel.

You can find more information about the book at and purchase a copy on

Raz @ Eco-Libris