The Way Between – peace activism as fantasy story

The Middle Way, between fighting and fleeing …

The Way Between by Rivera Sun

Everybody loves a good story … and together, we bring them into the world!

 The Way Between blends fun, action, adventure, and fantasy while delivering an uplifting message of waging peace and active nonviolence for a new generation of readers.

 Join a creative team of Community Publishers in launching . . . The Way Between! Get a copy for yourself, a friend, the grandkids, the library or local school.

 Support the writing process for the sequel or the whole series. Welcome to the adventure!

 Between flight and fight lies a mysterious third path called the Way Between, and young shepherdess and orphan Ari Ara must master it . . . before war destroys everything she loves!

 She begins training as the apprentice of the great warrior Shulen, and enters a world of warriors and secrets, swords and magic, friendship and mystery.

 She uncovers forbidden prophecies, searches for the lost heir to two thrones, and chases the elusive forest-dwelling Fanten to unravel their hidden knowledge.

 Full of twists and turns and surprises, The Way Between is bound to carve out a niche on bookshelves everywhere!

 “The Way Between offers the younger generations – and the older ones – the values of peace and nonviolence, anti-bullying, compassion, inclusion and belonging.” – Rivera Sun


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    New Mexico schools create smartphone apps to combat introversion and bullying:

    Teams from two New Mexico schools have been dubbed the best in the state for creating separate smartphone apps – one to fight introversion and bullying, and another to battle teen suicide – and are now qualified for a national best in the country contest as part of the fifth annual Verizon Innovative Learning App Challenge.

    Teams from Mountain View Middle School in Rio Rancho and Taos Academy Charter High School in Taos earned $5,000 grants for their schools, new tablets for each team member and a shot at eight $15,000 Best In Nation or one Fan Favorite prizes.

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    Kelowna's Amnesty International group will show the film A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasques Story this Saturday at the First United Church hall.

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    She fights back by setting up her own YouTube channel which grows to over 450,000 subscribers, promoting kindness and self-esteem.

    She becomes an internationally acclaimed motivational speaker and travels to Washington, D.C. to lobby on behalf of the Safe Schools Improvement Act with the aim of legislating bullying.

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