About the Books

Two hundred thousand Americans are dead today, September 20, 2020. And in the lives of ordinary people, COVID is not tired of making us sick, although you might be sick and tired. People spew the virus, breathing their cause in the unprecedented time of pandemic social unrest.

And this interior space seals us off into quarantine quiet as a somber place where we are compelled to turn our minds into a journey of infernos in the night coming face to face with the unknown —

A thrilling, suspenseful tale told through the eyes of an adolescent girl in isolation of the coronavirus.

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21 Days in Quarantine
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21 Days in Quarantine

For Princeton’s Place has secrets of memories exposed through the current events and police records of a New York city story as its synchronicities emerge to fulfill this haunting tale. Remember, the darkest moment occurs when one must face alone, the self.

“Another story grabs headlines after a shooting at and bombing of a Harlem Pentecostal church leaves six parishioners dead and five wounded (although the number of injured would later rise to 26). Tanisha discusses the tragedy with her editor and fellow reporters, particularly the crumbled note found at the scene that says: “Please forgive me.” This makes the third crime in the same neighborhood with a similar note left behind;”

—Kirkus Reviews

“We must tell our stories.”

—Dr. Donna Clovis,

Outstanding Book Award Winner 2019 for Quantum Leaps in Princeton’s Place

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The South of Black Forgiveness
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The South of Black Forgiveness

Falling Bedrooms: Our Lives in the Quantum Field is the fifth installment of the author’s series all centered in Princeton. It examines themes of racism, media manipulation and time-travelling via the subconscious.

The book comprises of short chapters and stories that cover these timely issues. One of these is about slavery in the United States – that even if it has been abolished in the country, racism still exists today. She also mentions the lack of diversity among journalists in the states and media killings which are most likely related to politics.

Throughout her series, Clovis has discussed assessing the past, present, and future via “the quantum field of consciousness,” which combines theories from Jung and Einstein. Clovis’ journey entails traveling to the past and future, but also thoroughly reflects her personal feelings and experiences.

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FALLING BEDROOMS
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FALLING BEDROOMS

In this final book of the trilogy, award-winning journalist, Dr. Donna Clovis, writes from Einstein’s lecture hall and takes classes in physics at Princeton University. Here, she recounts stories of Princeton, New Jersey through its current events by means of citizen interviews, diaries, and articles that demonstrate a microcosm of modern-day America.

Using theoretical physics, relativity from Einstein, and synchronicity from Jung, The Future is My Past, explores time travel to reveal a special connection with the past that projects an important memory into the present lives of its characters. This memory like a twilight sonata, sings a repetitive lullaby resonating a secret the reader must discover in the text on their journey through the last book of the trilogy.

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The Future is My Past
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The Future is My Past

Just a Book in the Library
#The Power of a Shared story

 

“We must tell our stories.”
—Dr. Donna Clovis, #NABJ19
Outstanding Book Award Winner

 

“Just a Book in the Library is more than ‘just a book’ on a shelf. It captures the essence of how readers long to connect and share ideas related to the power of text.”
—Dr. Kenneth Kunz, Assistant Professor of
Literacy/Language Arts, Monmouth University

 

“Equality for all- as we start providing marginalized populations their current needs today for tomorrow’s expectations.”
—Dr. Josue Falaise, Director,
Rutgers University Institute for
Improving Student Achievement

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Just a Book in the Library
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Just a Book in the Library

“Another journey through Princeton’s history, but this time, the focus is on empowerment, with a less-than-subtle nudge to the skills of listening and compassion. Flawlessly interwoven with synchronicity, this is another masterpiece by Dr. Clovis.”

– Alison Ward

“The anecdotes that stand out are stories of Ms. Ida B., an elderly Princeton woman whom the author interviewed for her first book and later befriended. It’s clear Ms. Ida B. is not merely an interview subject, but part of Clovis’ life . . . It’s a moment of welcome candor. An inspiring, lyrical fusion of pertinent social issues and the writer’s own experiences.”

– Kirkus Reviews

“The stories fall in her lap by a masterful design, almost with the precise intent of being unveiled to readers by the unique craft she should trademark.”

– Giordana Marioni

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The Future is My Past
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Time Is the Length to Forever – A Back Door Opens . . .

 

Dr. Donna Clovis Book Collection

Dr. Donna Clovis Book Collection