New Book Club Forms in Support of Traditional Values


Lansing, MI -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/27/2015 -- Mrs. Sorcha Liu, a resident of Essex County, U. K. has recently assumed the role of U.K. Marketing Director for a newly-formed group, created with the intention of raising public awareness about issues of traditional morality.

Mrs. Liu joins Mary Brown of Marinette, Wisconsin, USA and Debbie Claydon of Bedford, Texas, USA as joint directors of the book club, dubbed the Harbor Imagination Consortium. The three are now seeking international readers to join the club, which follows the works of award-winning American author Beth Durkee.

Headquartered in Menominee, Michigan, USA, the group welcomes volunteers interested in promoting traditional moral values and conservative politics through creative writing. Prospective members are invited to join the consortium via one of two Facebook groups, Harbor Imagination, USA and Harbour Imagination U. K.

The club was formed around The Legend of Lord Randall Castle e-series, which debuted in October 2014. The books hit's bestseller list during its first week of availability. Since then, the e-series has been featured in several blogs and is slowly gaining popularity among readers with traditional values.

The novelettes are a mastery of fantasy fiction intended to comment on concerns surrounding the present-day Middle East, including issues such as teenage runaways, domestic violence, sexual discrimination, poverty and society's responsibility to make charitable contributions.

Beth Durkee is a graduate of Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA, a mother of two and a former U. S. Army wife. She subscribes to traditional Judeo-Christian values and conservative politics. Now writing within her long preferred genre of fantasy, she began her writing career with award-winning Christian Romance and Relationship Self-help books. Readers can find her titles listed on

For information about the book club, contact:

Mary Brown
Harbor Imagination Consortium
P. O. Box 81
Menominee, MI 49858