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Savannah Adds Another Jewel to Its Crown

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Initial post: May 21, 2008 1:05:20 PM PDT
Aberjhani says:
The city of Savannah, Georgia, long celebrated by tourists and natives alike for its charm, beauty, and cultural diversity, has just added another jewel to its fabled crown. ELEMENTAL: The Power of Illuminated Love is a celebrated gift book by two of the city's most acclaimed creative artists: painter Luther E. Vann, whose work is currently on display at the Telfair Museum Jepson Center for the Arts, and writer Aberjhani, co-author of the award-winning Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance.

A perfect gift for graduations, father's day, birthdays, and other occasions, ELEMENTAL: The Power of Illuminated Love contains more than 60 brilliant reproductions of Vann's prize-winning work along with statements by the artist on his unique creative vision. In addition, the book also features introductory essays by Aberjhani and accompanying poetry, much of which has been showcased in ESSENCE Magazine and other publications.

For more on ELEMENTAL: The Power of Illuminated Love, please see Aberjhani's Amazon Connect Author blog. You can also contact Soar Publishing at (803) 699-0633, or the Jepson Center for the Arts Gift Shop at (912) 790-8831.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010 2:50:54 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Jan 30, 2010 2:52:06 PM PST
A friend of mine was trying to think of the name of a book she read years ago set in Savannah. The author (a man whose name she cannot remember) was staying at a Bed & Breakfast with his wife. He decided to write a book about the house that they stayed in. His book was about a little girl who died in the house and her ghost was trapped there. No matter what this little girl did, she could not go to heaven. She saw other people live and die in the house, and she was frustrated that their souls moved on and she was still trapped. Does anyone know the title of this book and/or who the author may have been? I want to read this book myself! Thank you.
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