The amazing world of MEND™ has a book series, film script, games, music, a blog and numerous other products for online and off-line content and immersive space interactivity.
A simple lullaby tune morphs/ evolves over centuries. The song has supernatural powers. This family tune can be used miraculously to unlock signature content. The characters born to the ancient Barrington dynasty spin map data from musical language into language we know and understand!
THE SKELETON SCORE, first book in an epic tale, is a story of inheritance, identity and espionage. Diabolical, and thrilling, the characters of the Barrington dynasty are driven by their innate talent and power to control the world. Enter the 21st century. Evolution brings mechanization into the character’s lives. Suddenly the dynasty is aware of the enormous trading value of their power. (To read more about the Skeleton Score, contact Mardi-Ellen Hill.)
An inventor in the 21st century motivated by revenge surrounding his own genetic background is out to share with the public, the most secret of all powers — a secret his family has kept hidden for centuries. With the help of a cousin who programs data and incidentally kills for a living, the inventor threatens his own clan, almost putting them to bed for good.
Inventor Henry Barrington uses two of his own children to show the public how a message-relay can extend all around the world in one nano-instant, a rogue signal that competes hands down, with the biggest big data online.
Only the hands of the real time public can make the final leap into the world of MEND™, and bring the invention itself to the next level… time is ticking!
The welcome letter I received included the following:
“…You have been nominated for Women of Note, an exclusive network of powerful female leaders from The Wall Street Journal’s advertising and marketing division designed to recognize and foster the continued success of innovative women. Members will receive special gifts and invitations to exclusive events, as well as recognition in the promotional pages of The Wall Street Journal and WSJ. Magazine.” Mardi-Ellen Hill