Amy Wethington to Hold Book Signing

“It is the year 2063. Jeremy wants a Pan Limbic Universal Gadget (PLUG) in the worst way. How else can he compete with his plugged-in peers and become a famous astrophysicist when he grows up? But his parents have other ideas, including a secret genetic project which promises to unlock paranormal traits in their children as they enter puberty…a project which might explain the large number of near fatal accidents Jeremy has survived since infancy… a project easily invaded by evil forces. Project Paranormal is a mixture of time travel, an immortal evil spirit, and politics.”

Part supernatural, part time travel. Part science, part politics. No matter what your interest, there is something fun for you to find in the novel Project Paranormal by L.A. Patrick, better known on campus as Amy Wethington, Associate Professor of Biology. Wethington uses her vast knowledge of genetics, behavioral studies, and other scientific disciplines to bring a heightened level of realism to her work. “Project Paranormal is the beginning of my Folding Space series that focuses on a specific multigenerational family and involves a futuristic world of an out-of-control government that is quick to exploit the genetic talents of its citizens,” explains Wethington. “Project Paranormal is a mixture of time travel, an immortal evil spirit, and politics.” Project Paranormal is now available for purchase on Amazon.com, and Dr. Wethington will have a limited number of copies on hand for her book signing and author’s talk in Whitaker Library at 11:00 am on Friday, January 22.

Posts from January 2016

January 29, 2016
On Saturday, February 20, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon, in the McSweeney Labs, Chowan University financial aid officers will help students complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.
January 29, 2016
On Sunday, January 31, Chowan University invites the community to view the classic film Psycho, the third film in the 2015-2016 Films@Chowan series. The free event begins at 2:00 p.m. in Vaughan Auditorium in Robert Marks Hall.
January 29, 2016
As Chowan announces another record-breaking spring enrollment, all indicating factors that the university utilizes for measurement show marked increases toward student success.
January 22, 2016
The 18th Chowan University Student Research Conference application deadline is Wednesday, February 24. “The purpose of the CUSRC is to provide a venue for students to present academic research, musical performances, and/or artistic presentations in an appropriate professional setting.