Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Book Review: Bible Bites Series by Author Shirley Kufeldt



I am thrilled to review the books in the Bible Bites Series. And this is the perfect time of year to grab these for an added little token during the holiday season.

Author: Shirley Kufeldt

Titles:
 
Meet God and His Son   ISBN 978-1-61244-099-6
Goals That Lead to Success  ISBN 978-1-61244-100-9
America, Land That I Love   ISBN 978-1-61244-101-6
The WOW Factor  ISBN 978-1-61244-102-3





Author Shirley Kufeldt has done a beautiful job with her book series Bible Bites Series. Each pocket sized book is packed with bites from the Bible with the ultimate goal of inspiring the reader to seek the Bible for answers. A verse on every page is thought provoking and promising all at the same time.

 Those intimidated by the entire Bible can easily find the time to read and understand one passage at a time and that's what Ms Kufeldt accomplishes with her books. Small verses specific to the title of each book will inspire, educate, and encourage the reader. These books make great gifts and enable the reader to have an intimate relationship with God everyday by taking one passage at a time.

These little journal/verse books are designed to fit into a purse or pocket, have places for the reader to jot notes or prayer requests, and are simple verses that encourage. These books are just the beginning of a more enriched prayer life and a deeper faith.

For more information on the author or her books visit www.Biblebites.net


Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Guest Post by Author Marsha Casper Cook


Several years ago when I first started to write Virginia Templeton she was a character in a screenplay. It was very hard for me to swear or do sex scenes, but I kept trying hoping I would leave my fears aside when I was writing a scene. In a screenplay you don’t have to go into detail the same way you do in a novel so Virginia Templeton was just the character in the screenplay that would allow me to practice my writing skills. She would help me learn not to be afraid of allowing myself to write sexy characters or characters that swear and do bad things. It was no reflection on me; they were my characters thoughts and actions, not mine. I continued to write strong woman but without very much swearing and with very little sex. But in my mind whenever I needed to be strong in life situations I always referred to Virginia thinking what would Virginia do in this circumstance, and it usually worked because I got my strength from thinking about her .

When I began to do radio shows on Blog Talk Radio I had several shows on Romance Writing and loved having guests on the show that were romance writers because I thought they seemed to have so much fun writing their characters and writing romance scenes. I love to have fun and I thought I might try to write one, but I didn’t. Then I met Bethany Cross on my show when she came on to help me with the phone lines and the chat room. She had mentioned she wanted to write and I encouraged her to write a short story. She wrote her first short Erotic romance story and she became a Rebel Ink Press author. She writes really good stories with great characters and great descriptive sex scenes. She urged me to try and offered me help if I needed it.

I thought about it but still I didn’t think I could. The more I thought about it the closer I came to beginning my first sexy short story. I needed a character and so Virginia Templeton came to life in my first short story. I started to write her story and loved writing a woman like Virginia Templeton who was sexy, smart and very powerful. When I had trouble Bethany urged me to keep going and insisted that everyone would like the Diva I created.

I had no idea that when I finished the story readers would connect to her with such passion. They loved the fact that Virginia is such a powerful woman. Now when I sit down to write, I write for Virginia Templeton. She allows me to get to where I need to be and it’s been great.

I feel as a writer I have grown and my fears have disappeared and it’s a lot easier to swear and write very sexual scenes. Virginia Templeton has been so much fun to write because she’s such a complex interesting woman and she helps me connect to the reader.

The icing on the cake is readers love her strength and I am on my third story in the series and have enjoyed this experience more than any other.





Monday, November 5, 2012

Interview with Kai Strand, Children's Author


Please welcome Kai Strand. Stay awhile and enjoy her Twenty Questions with Kai Strand interview that I am priviledged to share. She is  an award winning author for kids and teens and offers great insight into being a writer for kids.



1. Could you tell us a little about yourself?

 

I write fiction for kids and teens. I’m partial to fantasy, but not limited by it. I strive daily to deserve my husband. We have four awesome kids who blow me away with their coolness and kindness. Our oldest son goes into the Navy in November – so it’s best to know there WILL be a sobfest. I’m a compulsive walker. I’d eat pizza daily if I could get away with it and I’m a Mozart fangirl.

 

2. Describe your desk/workspace.

 

My space is in transition. I’m moving up into the loft. It’s strange because suddenly my desk is too small and I don’t understand that. The walls are bare. I want to paint them, but haven’t figured out what color. The floor is a long yawning space of nothing right now, but I intend to get a chaise to recline on while I write. I need bookshelves (lots – duh) and surfaces.

 

3. Do you have a favorite quote?

 

Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don't feel as if I should be doing something else -Gloria Steinem

 

4. What are you currently reading?

 

I’m listening to Ashes, Ashes, by Jo Treggiari when I exercise. I’m reading Closed Hearts by Susan Kaye Quinn on my Kindle and the big ole book next to my bed is The House of Velvet and Glass by Katherine Howe.

 

5. What is the best advice you've ever received?

 

Editing advice that I ‘hear’ again and again in my head, came from my dear, sweet ex-crit partner, Susie Sawyer, who told me, “Don’t just start to do something – do it.” It helped me spot my passive voice and pre-empt it as early as the first draft. Or most of it, at least.

 

Professional advice that I tell myself over and over is to write the next book. I get so obsessed with promotion and making sure my books are out there, in front of people so they know about them, that I eat away valuable writing time. Don’t get so caught up in it that you don’t have another book coming for your readers!

 

6. If you could have coffee with anyone (living or dead, real or fictional), who would it be and why?

 

Actually, can I have a coffee clutch? I’d love to sit and speak with a few authors about specific things I think they do exceptionally well. I’d pick J.K. Rowling’s mind about how she is able to portray so much about a character in the first introductory sentence. I’d grill Jonathan Stroud about how he incorporated so much humor into the djinn, Bartimaeus. I’d invite Markus Zusak because he’s adorable – oh and to talk about beautiful language. My goodness, I could go on an on. Maybe I’d better change this to a cocktail party!

 

7. What are your top three favorite books and why?

 

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K.Rowling – It’s such a pivotal book in the series and I’m a sucker for ‘turning points.’ The teen dynamics really heat up with the trio and beyond. There is a ball and epic dragons. Really, the book has it all for me.

 

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen – The relationships, the humor, the love story. I’ll never tire of this story. I prefer to listen to an audio book. My mind trips over the language when I read it and it isn’t as smooth as it should be.

 

Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll – This story is so imaginative and funny. It’s odd, I really don’t enjoy the movie versions at all (except Tim Burton’s – that one rocked) but I love the book.

 

8. What was your favorite book as a child and why?

 

My favorite was The Black Stallion by Walter Farley. All of The Black Stallion books, actually. I don’t know that I recognized why as I poured through them, but it was the journey each horse took in the different books. Overcoming the odds, the possibility of loss or worse, death! It was very thrilling for me. Plus I dreamed of owning one of those powerful stallions and being the one to tame them.

 

9. What would you say is your most interesting writing quirk?

 

This is lame, but I don’t think I have any. Is the lack of a quirk interesting?

 

10. Do you write full-time or part-time?

 

This is an interesting question that I’m not sure how to answer. I’m unemployed, the job search is hot and heavy, but there isn’t much out there in my small community. I’m trying to take advantage of being unemployed to get lots and lots of writing done and I thoroughly value the extra time during the day when the kids are at school. However, it could go away at any time, unless my writing starts to earn enough to replace my previous income. I’m not holding my breath for that, though. Not yet at least – but that is my goal.

 

11. If you could do anything in the world, what would it be and why?

 

I’d cure pediatric cancer. Cancer is a horrible disease and no child should suffer the indignities of it.

 

12. What is the craziest thing you ever did? This could be as a writer or any other time in your life.

 

I’m not a risk taker, so I don’t have any zip lining in the Congo or walking down the street in a cow costume (Libba Bray) tales to tell. However, my mom sent me to France when I was thirteen. Alone. To stay the summer with a family I didn’t know. Though it isn’t a crazy thing in particular, it was most certainly a life-changing event for me.

 

13. Did you feel like a celebrity when you held your first published book?

 

Gosh no! I still don’t feel like a celebrity. No one recognizes me or fawns over me, or my work. I’m just a girl, writing books, in a town that might not actually care much. (wink)

 

14. If you could have a star like on Hollywood Blvd, who would you want to have your star by? This can be an actual star on Hollywood Blvd. or someone you just admire.

 

I’d want my star next to Dwayne Spiekerman. I went to school with Dwayne back in Wisconsin. He was different, so everybody made fun of him. Honestly, I was afraid of him, because he acted differently and I never knew what to expect. He and I used to walk the same way home. For years, he was either a few paces ahead of me or a few behind. You know what? He was always nice to me. He’d ask me how I was doing. He’d ask if I had a nice day. He’d ramble about things I didn’t even understand. But he never encroached on my space. He was just nice. Yet I remained afraid that he’d suddenly do something creepy, because that’s what I believed based on what other kids said. If I could, I’d go back to that time and wipe away my fear and be nice back (I wasn’t mean, I wasn’t anything!) Since I can’t, I’d proudly cement the fact that I’m no longer afraid of Dwayne so that everybody could see.

 

15. Is there anything in your life you wish you could do over and why?

 

Well, I’ll expand upon my last answer, because it’s important. REALLY IMPORTANT. It isn’t easy to realize that you’re a coward or that you’re one of those who stand by and say nothing. My daughter was at a music camp once and noticed a girl disappearing after each meal. She followed her one time and found the girl in the restroom, expelling her meal. My daughter didn’t know her, but waited for her and then talked to her about what a bad thing the girl was doing to herself and offered to help her for the remainder of the camp. When she told me this after she got home, I was completely blown away by the courage she showed and was ashamed that I didn’t have that kind of courage. I’ve been trying to be like my daughter ever since. Not surprisingly my daughter has remained in contact with the girl and has a friendship has formed.

 

16. Who has been your biggest support or inspiration?

 

One of my biggest inspirations is my daughter. Not only is she a better person than I am, she is so committed to her dream. I’ve watched her work hard to earn the necessary scholarships to go to college. I’ve watched her as she worked three jobs to earn enough money to pay rent and eat while she goes to college. I’ve listened as she practiced scales or a specific run in a difficult piece for hours upon hours so that she’d be sure to score high in a competition, in order to earn that scholarship, in order to achieve her dream… She’s truly inspirational.

 

My biggest supporter is most definitely my husband. I think he believes in my writing more than I do! In my lucid moments, I understand that he simply doesn’t have to battle a lack of self confidence like I do, but I turn to him and his solid belief in my ability whenever I start down that slide and he’s always the first person I share good news with, because he truly deserves that consideration.

 

17. Could you share about any current writing projects?

 

I am finishing up the first draft of the second book in my young adult super villain series. The first book in the series, King of Bad, will be published in 2013.

 

18. What would be the best way for readers to contact you?

 

My one stop shop where readers can find book blurbs, downloadable documents, upcoming events, social media and email information is my website: www.kaistrand.com.

 

19. Where can people find your books?

 

Readers can ask their local bookstore to order for them, or they can get a print or electronic copy at:

 

The Wishing Well: Another Weaver Tale


 

Save the Lemmings


 

20. Is there anything else you'd like to share?

  

 Thank you so much for allowing me to visit with you and talk about my shiny new books.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Curveball by Jen Estes: Review, Press Release, and Tour Stop

 
 
 
Welcome to the  Partners in Crime Book tour of award winning mystery Author Jen Estes. I am thrilled to be one of the lucky ones to review this book and to give the readers some insight into one of the books in the Cat McDanile Mystery Series titled " The Foul Ball Series. Curveball is part of this series and if you love mysteries and you love baseball this book is for you. 
 
Curveball
ISBN: 10-1603818952
ISBN: 13-978-1603818957
Author: Jen Estes
Camel Press
2012
312 pages
Genre: Mystery
A Cat McDanile Mystery (The Foul Ball Series)
 
 
 
 
My Review: Excellent mystery. The author does a fabulous job of creating characters that are believable, realistic, and heartfelt. The reader immediately either loves or has doubts about the motives of each of the characters in this mystery. The twists and turns are well constructed and some are very unexpected making it a page turner for the reader who may have thought they knew what was about to happen.
 
Knowing something about baseball certainly doesn't hurt when reading this story but those not interested in the game will learn the ins and outs of it and maybe come to an understanding for the game if not a pure passion for those who participate. The author has created a world of intrigue yet with a warmth that will make the reader reach for the next book in the series and beyond.
 
This is a good read, keeps the interest of the reader without loosing them to useless details or rambling text. Jen Estes is an author whose effort is worth the time both for the reader and for those wishing to succeed at writing in this genre. Kudos to Ms Estes for a well planned and crafted story.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SYNOPSIS:
Baseball reporter Cat McDaniel specializes in exposés. Now that very talent has left her unemployed. Desperate to get off the bench and back into the lineup, she is thrilled to land an interview with the Buffalo Soldiers’ General Manager Roger “Rakin’” Aiken--Baseball legend, eight-time All Star ... and oblivious father to a Major League bratty co-ed named Paige. Aiken offers Cat the team writer position for the following spring, but the opportunity is tempered by a curve ball of a caveat: she must first spend the winter as a blogger reporting on the Latin American training facility. She is also supposed to look out for Paige, nominally the team’s newest scouting assistant. Being a glorified babysitter and chaperone still beats being an out-of-work sportswriter. Cat reluctantly leaves behind her gorgeous boyfriend Benji and accompanies the party girl to sunny Santo Domingo to balance baselines and conga lines. Paige falls for Chance Hayward, an agent who plays hardball—the figurative kind. Joining them on the field is Paige's ex, Junior DeLeon, one of the coaches who’d really like to score with Cat. When an aspiring player turns up dead, it is up to Cat and Junior to devise a game-changing strategy. Will Cat’s snooping work in her favor this time, or will she strike out ... losing her job, her boyfriend and her life? Curveball follows Big Leagues as Book 2 of the Cat McDaniel Mysteries, also known as the Foul Ball series.

AUTHOR BIO:
Born and raised in Illinois, Jen Estes started her writing career as a baseball blogger in 2007 and expanded to freelance sports writing in 2009. She is an active member of the Society of American Baseball Research (SABR), Springfield Poets & Writers and the National Writers Union (NWU). Curveball is the second in a series featuring sassy sports writer Cat McDaniel. When Jen isn’t writing, she enjoys running, yoga, traveling and watching baseball with her husband and cat.
 
 
 
EXCERPT:
As they walked out of the restaurant, Cat caught the eye of a busy Cristian and waved goodbye. She tapped Chance on the shoulder. “That reminds me, we want to talk to you about your client.”

“Oh, that’ll cost you and Paige.”

Cat gave him a wary look. “Cost us what?”

“A walk on the beach.” He extended both arms. “One for each of you.”

Paige eagerly locked her right arm with his, but Cat pressed his left arm down to his side. She kicked off her sandals and let them dangle from her fingers before begrudgingly following the duo onto the damp sand.

A few fisherman could be seen on the jetty a hundred yards away, but otherwise they had the beach to themselves. Her steps broke the moist clumps and the powdery sand spilled out over her toes. The sand massaged her soles as they moved closer to the breaking waves. Living in downstate Illinois most of her life, Cat didn’t take the relaxing sound of the oceanic thunder for granted. The soft wind whipped her skirt around her thighs. As they approached the shoreline, the restaurant odors of garlic and grease were replaced with a salty tinge of sea air. The half moon smiled down upon them. It was a perfect moment, until Chance spoke.

“Not bad, huh?”

He said it as though he was taking credit for the beautiful evening. Cat sneered in his direction but it was too dark for the message to be received.

Paige looked around the vacant beach. “There’s nobody here. Is it always like this at night?”

“Almost. We’re just about at the end of our rainy season so the beaches will be busier. But on weeknights, most of the action is in town.”

Their stroll was nearing the rocks that bordered the end of the beach and led out to the jetty. Cat pointed up at the fisherman. “What are they trying to catch?”

Chance shrugged. “Hell if I know. I only eat it; I don’t hunt it.”

Paige watched them thoughtfully. “My dad loves fishing. Says it’s the only true way to get away from the field.”

“Let’s sit for a minute.” He placed his jacket on the sand.

Cat shook her head. “I’m good with standing. I was hoping we could talk about Cristian.”

Chance sat on the sand with his knees in front of him. “We will.” He patted the jacket. “Paige?”

Paige tucked her dress beneath her thighs as she sat on it, facing the ocean.

He scooted closer to her. “What do you think?”

Paige’s eyes didn’t leave the water. “Of the ocean, dinner, or you?”

He chuckled. “All of the above.”

Cat held in a groan as she waited for his predictable moves, expecting the yawn and reach any minute now.

He didn’t yawn, but sure enough, his tan arm slivered around Paige’s bare shoulders.

“Hmm …” Paige tapped her chin thoughtfully. “The ocean is beautiful. Dinner was delicious. And you, well you kind of pale in comparison. Perhaps you should’ve grouped yourself with the fisherman and that weird pile of seaweed over there.”

With his phony chuckles, Chance was beginning to sound like the laugh track from an eighties sitcom. Cat tapped her foot on the sand, but neither of them seemed to notice.

Paige tossed him a playful smile, but then was distracted by the aforementioned pile of seaweed near the jetty. She cocked her head. “What is that?”

In tandem, Cat and Chance turned around. “What?”

Paige stood up, dusted her dress off and pointed. “Over there, in the rocks.”

Chance squinted. “Probably just some litter.”

Cat shook her head. “That doesn’t look like litter.” She took off toward it.

Chance bounced to his feet and caught up to her. The waves smacked the rocks with loud slaps. Cat took slow, deliberate steps, as though trying to sneak up on the mound of seaweed. Another foamy wave crashed onto the shore, this time taking the pile of seaweed back into the ocean with it. Before she could take another step, Chance reached his arm out to stop her. “Cat, don’t go any closer.”

Cat gasped, choking on the breath wedged in her throat. It was too late.

She’d seen the body.

 
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DISCLAIMER
Every eBook received for review on the tours for Partners In Crime are given in exchange for an honest review. The eBooks are sole property (copyrighted) of the author and should not be sold, distributed to, or exchanged among other people not part of the tours, nor should they be listed on file sharing sites. Failure to comply with this disclaimer, will result in removal from all future tours.
 

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Blog Tour Interview with MarshaCasper Cook






1. Could you tell us a little about how you started in writing romance novels?

I have always have written romance in my Romantic comedies – (screenplays)   but now the sex scenes are a  little more challenging.

 

2. If you could have coffee with anyone (living or dead, real or fictional) who would it be and why?  
 
Woody  Allen, Oliver Stone, The Weinsteins,- They are terrific at what they do and are not afraid to take chances .

 

3. Which of your characters would you say is your favorite and why?
 
Virginia Templeton has been so much fun because she has no boundaries and doesn’t play by anyone’s rules.

 

4. Which character would you say you like the least and why?
 I Iike all my characters because no matte how many bad things they might do they always one redeeeming quality.


5. What do you think draws readers into your book(s)?
 
 My Dialogue because it is very real and I don't write any character the same. My characters are their own person.   

 
 
 
 
 


6.   If you could have a star like on Hollywood Blvd, who would you want to have your star by?
 
Elvis  Presley - He was fun to watch because he loved entertaining people.

7. Can you share about any current writing projects?

 I am writing the third story in my Virginia Templeton Series - STEPPING UP HER GAME and I will be writing another screenplay.

8.  Where can people find your book(s)?

 


 

 

My website is www.marshacaspercook.com


They can buy my books at




 

 
Marsha Cook
 790 Frontage Rd.
 
 Northfield  IL 60093
 
   847-441-4271
www.marshacaspercook.com
www.michiganavenuemedia.com
 
www.marcusbryan.com
www.worldofinknetwork.com
www.marcusmaxwell.com


 orld of Ink Network
 
M E D I A R E L E A S E
 
CONTACT: VS Grenier
Partner & Founder, World of Ink Network
Phone: 435-625-1743
Madison Montgomery is available for Interviews and book signings.
 
For Immediate Release
 
Author Madison Montgomery joins the World of Ink Virtual Tour
 
The World of Ink Network will be touring author Madison Montgomery’s debut erotic
romance short story collection throughout October and November 2012. These mini
novels are about a powerful woman named, Virginia Templeton.
 
The main character of these steamy mini novels, Virginia Templeton knows other women
want her life and men just plain want her, but she’ll have to play her game carefully to
get everything she wants.
 
About the Books:
 
Every Man Wants Her - Virginia Templeton can turn heads in any room and get the
attention of any man she wants. She’s married to a rich, powerful businessman, but she
wants a divorce. She owns a luxurious condo building, complete with a dashing man to
enjoy on the side, but he wants another woman. Who is the winner or is there one?
 
 

It’s Never Enough – Virginia Templeton finds sometimes what you want in life and have
is never enough. This very sexy woman who uses her good looks and dirty tricks to
manipulate people is out to take advantage…Beware!
 
Publisher: FIDELI
ASIN Number: B008969S2S – Every Man Wants Her
ASIN Number: B0096DX1U8 – It’s Never Enough
Publication Date: 2012
Genre of Books: Erotic Romance
 
These mini novels are sexy fast-paced lunchtime stories.
 
 
 
About the Author:
Madison Montgomery is an author, screenwriter and Blog Talk Radio Host. The first
book of the Virginia Templeton series, Every Man Wants Her is out now and her second
book, It’s Never Enough released the end of September 2012. In November the third
book of the series will be released.
 
 
You can find out more about Madison Montgomery and her erotica romance short stories
during her World of Ink Author/Book Tour at http://tinyurl.com/99nlnhf
 
To learn more about the World of Ink Tours visit http://worldofinknetwork.com
 

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Latitudes: A Story of Coming Home

New Coming of Age Novel -- Overcoming Dislocation, Dysfunction and Distance. Every forty seconds a child goes missing in America. Almost half of child abductions involve parents settling a custody dispute by taking matters into their own hands. What happens to those children? What's it like to be kidnapped, not once, but twice, by your own parents? In his latest novel, LATITUDES - A Story of Coming Home, acclaimed author Anthony Caplan sets out to answer those questions. Using material from his own childhood, Caplan explores the territory between innocence and adult consciousness, the years when for so many there are no words to describe emotional trauma. Henniker, NH, May 22, 2012 - Acclaimed independent author Anthony Caplan


announces the forthcoming release of his new novel, LATITUDES - A Story of Coming Home, published by Hope Mountain Press. Available June 30, 2012 in all major bookstores and in e-book formats, LATITUDES is the story of a boy overcoming a childhood of parental kidnappings, emotional trauma and cultural dislocation. With the help of friends, teachers and sports, he learns to heal.



"I wanted to show that survivors are not just people who have overcome obvious abuse,

but also the victims of emotional trauma that are underreported in our society, especially

as divorce rates have climbed," said Caplan, explaining his motivations for writing the

book.



Will Kogan and his three sisters are torn between their parents living in different

countries, their father in Venezuela and their mother in the United States. When their

father remarries, they learn to adapt to Venezuelan social mores. Later, installed in an

exclusive Eastern boarding school, Will reconnects with his mother living in New York

City and begins the slow process of learning the truth about his family and his place in

the world.



LATITUDES sheds light on the shadow world and human costs of international child

abductions. It also reveals the heart wisdom of forgiveness and the redemptive quality of

friendship in a story that will appeal to readers of all ages.

About the book: LATITUDES - A Story of Coming Home by Anthony Caplan

ISBN: 978-0-9815166-3-9

Publisher: Hope Mountain Press

Date of publish: June 30, 2012

Pages: 224

S.R.P.: $8.99

About the author:

Anthony Caplan is a writer, teacher and homesteader living in northern New England. He

has worked at various times as a shrimp fisherman, environmental activist, journalist,

taxi-driver, builder, window-washer, and telemarketer. His road novels, BIRDMAN and

FRENCH POND ROAD, trace the meanderings of one Billy Kagan, a footloose soul striving after sanity and love in the last years of the last century



For more information about LATITUDES - A Story of Coming Home, please visit

http://www.anthonycaplanwrites.com






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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Fabric and all things primitive: Welcome

Fabric and all things primitive: Welcome: Welcome to my new blog. It will be here that I pour out my ideas and my heartfelt love for fabric, crafts, primitives, and old cranky charac...

Monday, October 8, 2012

Author Spotlight: Kai Strand

 
 
I am proud to announce the new books by award winning author, Kai Strand. She has two wonderful books in the juvenile genre. These books will keep kids reading.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Author: Kai Strand
Tour Date: October and November

1st Book Title: THE WISHING WELL: Another Weaver Tale
Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing
ISBN Number(s): hardcover 978-1616333010
Softcover 978-1616333027
Publication Date(s): July 24, 2012
Genre of Book(s): Juvenile Fantasy


About The Wishing Well:
 
Molly Minstrel is treated worse than Cinderella by her mom and sisters. When Molly meets the magical creature, Unwanted, she wishes her problems away. However, you must first understand what you need before knowing what to ask for. Molly will have to look within for the solution to her troubles.


2nd Book Title: SAVE THE LEMMINGS
Publisher: Featherweight Press
ISBN Number(s): 978-1-60820-710-2
Publication Date(s): August 10, 2012
Genre of Book(s): Juvenile Fiction
 
 
 



 
About Save the Lemmings:
 
When Natalie’s Texty-Talky invention makes her an overnight sensation, the media digs until they find a way to smear her goody-goody image. When her best friends start believing what they read, Natalie’s sunny spirit is pushed to its limits. How will Natalie stop the lies and win her friends back? And who will SAVE THE LEMMINGS?

Author Website: www.kaistrand.com

Twitter URL: @KaiStrand
Publisher Websites
Places where your book(s) are available for sale:
Publisher
Amazon:
Barnes and Noble
Save the Lemmings:
Author Bio:
Kai Strand writes fiction for middle grade and young adult readers. Her debut novel, The Weaver, was a finalist in the 2012 EPIC eBook Awards. She is a (very lucky) wife and the mother of four amazing kids. The most common sound in her household is laughter. The second most common is, "Do your dishes!" She and her family hike, geocache, and canoe in beautiful Central Oregon, where they call home.
To find out more about Kai’s books, download companion documents, find links to her published short stories and discover all the places to find Kai both virtually and in person, visit her website: www.kaistrand.com. She loves to hear from readers, so feel free to send her an email or visit her facebook page, Kai Strand, Author.

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