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Comment by Barbara Fisher on October 24, 2014 at 7:27am

Why, there! Don't you see how he's following me?

The Ingoldsby Legends a collection of myths, legends, ghost stories and poetry…illustrated by Harry Theaker 

http://marchhousebookscom.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/why-there-dont-you...

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Comment by Chris Henderson on October 21, 2014 at 2:17pm
As writers, we are often told to write about what you know. That is what today's author did. He took his family's genetic trait and turned it into an amusing story to delight young readers. My current blog post is with a children's writer who is traditionally published, hope you'll drop by for an insightful read at TheWriteChris.blogspot.com
Keep on writing! Keep on reading!

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Comment by Book Buzz on October 19, 2014 at 10:25am

Middle Grade/Tween Urban Fantasy For Review
http://amzn.to/1t2CaV7

WhipEye
By Geoffrey Saign
Publisher: KiraKu Press
Published: June 2014
ISBN: 978-0990401308
ASIN: B00L6HY3TU
Genre: middle grade/tween urban fantasy thriller
Formats Available For Review: pdf, epub, mobi, print (only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers, numbers limited, and US only)

Can a girl grieving her mother, a boy missing his father, and a thousand-year-old wise-cracking parrot save two worlds?

Samantha and her neighbor, Jake, have no idea that Samantha’s best friend, a parrot named Charlie, is a thousand years old. Charlie is also at the center of a secret battle between magical creatures and an ancient, evil man. When Charlie asks Samantha and Jake to protect him, they are chased by monsters from both sides. To save Charlie, and two worlds, Samantha and Jake have twenty-four hours to figure out how to use the supernatural staff, WhipEye, and find the courage to confront what they fear most…

For review copies contact:

Geoffrey Saign
Email: geoffreysaign@centurylink.net
Website: http://www.geoffreysaign.net
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GeoffreySaignAuthor
Twitter: https://twitter.com/geoffreysaign
BRB: http://bookreviewbuzz.com/middle-gradetween-urban-fantasy-whipeye/



Comment by Barbara Fisher on October 18, 2014 at 8:56am

I'm beginning to wonder if my perfect job isn't the job for me. Don’t get me wrong I love every minute of it, but it hardly pays the bills. It’s my own fault. I spend more time reading than cataloguing but how can I resist when so many beautiful books pass through my hands.  

http://marchhousebookscom.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/some-of-language-i...


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Comment by Mymcbooks on October 16, 2014 at 10:39am

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Comment by Bonnie Ferrante on October 13, 2014 at 2:25pm

Check out my blog, Bonnie Ferrante – Books for Children, where I post reviews of children's picture books and the ocassional MG and YA, discuss writing for children, and give tips on reading to/with children. http://bferrante.wordpress.com/


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Comment by Book Buzz on October 13, 2014 at 11:43am

Middle Grade Fiction About Dogs For Review
http://amzn.to/1EPnZqb

A Place to Call Home: Toby's Tale
By G. A. Whitmore
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Published: February 2014
ISBN: 978-1478700739
ASIN: B00IX32I2Y
Genre: Middle Grade Fiction
Formats Available For Review: Print (only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers), Kindle, nook, pdf

Every rescue dog has a tale to tell, a story uniquely their own. A Place to Call Home is Toby’s tale. His story takes you on a journey across the country from California to Connecticut and across the spectrum of life’s emotional and spiritual experience.

Born on a small farm in northern California, Toby narrowly escapes the death sentence imposed on him by his breeder. Through a series of events driven by good intentions, he finds himself in a Connecticut suburb where life with his new family soon collapses on him, and his newfound happiness is brutally destroyed.

On his quest to find a place to call home, Toby encounters and endures the best and worst of humanity as he comes face to face with sorrow and joy, fear and courage, and ultimately, with the power of love.

Based on a true story, A Place to Call Home is a middle-grade novel for dog lovers of all ages.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each book is donated to an organization of the author’s choice that promotes and advocates for the protection and welfare of dogs.

For review copies contact:

Gail Whitmore
Email: contact@gawhitmore.com
Website: http://www.gawhitmore.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorgawhitmore
Twitter: @gawhitmore55
BRB: http://bookreviewbuzz.com/middle-grade-fiction-a-place-to-call-home...



Comment by Chris Henderson on October 12, 2014 at 5:27pm

The current interview on my blog is with Christian author, Paul Ellis, who has previously written books on understanding the Bible and is has now released a fiction book for children. We talk about writing, book promotion and self-publishing. Drop by for an insightful read at TheWriteChris.Blogspot.com

Comment by Barbara Fisher on October 10, 2014 at 4:17am

Lovely Guest Post by Darlene Foster author of the Amanda Series of books;  Once I learned to read, I felt like I had reached nirvana. In between the pages of a book lived entire worlds of people for me to meet...

http://marchhousebookscom.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/daydream-believer-...


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Comment by Mymcbooks on October 4, 2014 at 11:25am
 
 
 

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