Sybille Malone lives in an overpopulated Manhattan, Region One, of Global Good 2202. Their society is the fulfillment of utopian ideals developed by the surviving masses of 2100. Seventeen-year-old Sybille is a resident of Dayshift and longs for a Nightshift boy kwn only as Mark. Distraught by Global Good's restrictive culture, Sybille is desperate until she finds a relic of a past civilization. The discovery of Blair's diary sets off a chain of supernatural events that t only affects Sybille's close relationships, but has Global Good scrambling to find the culprit.
E.W. (Emily Williams) Skinner was a protege of the late master of the pulps or paperback originals, Harry Whittington. Skinner interviewed Whittington during her days as a feature writer for the Clearwater Sun daily newspaper and its weekly division. They became friends and he taught her how to plot and gave her approval of the original outline and sample chapter for her first novel, Marquel shortly before he died in 1989. Marquel is a Hollywood genre in the Adult Fiction category. After Whittington passed away, Skinner challenged herself to write as her mentor did and wrote a chapter a day and finished the novel Marquel in 52 days. For more details on the novel's history read: http: //www.thefilmmom.blogspot.com/2012/10/why-book-trailer-now.html Fast forward, a second daughter Blair is born and Emily and husband Tom focus on raising their family. Both daughters are now grown and work in Hollywood. St. Blair: Children of the Night is a young adult paranormal appropriately named after her youngest daughter, Blair. When Emily isn't working as a marketing consultant or writing, she enjoys antiquing/thrifting and producing short films. Emily is the proud Executive Producer of Blair Skinner's film Relative Eternity, a 2012 LA Shorts Film Festival selection, Sunscreen Film Festival selection and Short Film Corner Festival de Cannes selection. Written, directed and edited by Blair Skinner, Relative Eternity is on snagfilms.com for your viewing pleasure. Follow Emily's Blog at: http: //thefilmmom.blogspot.com/