You don’t have to be wearing green to get lucky today! I’m giving away a book just because you’re cute and short and have bling. Oh, wait. That’s not you. I’ll give away a book anyway.
I’m giving away a paperback copy of When Fate Dictates by Elizabeth Marshall. You can read my review here. Enter using the Rafflecopter, then hop on over to the other blogs. There are more than 150 blogs participating. That’s a lot of chances to get lucky!
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Nate Rocks Is At It Again . . .
According to Nathan Rockledge, fifth grade has plenty of perks. Oh sure, there’s more work and that know-it-all, Lisa Crane, is still around – but, there’s a lot to look forward to as well: a laser tag birthday party, baseball at recess, and even a cool Halloween dance. Of course, all of that means nothing without the biggest perk of all . . . the class trip to New York City in the spring. If Nathan’s class can raise enough money to go, that is.
Give Nathan paper and a pencil and watch as his imagination turns him into Nate Rocks, hero and fifth grade super star. With adventures abound, Nate saves the day time and again. But will Nate be able to save the fifth grade trip?
Join Nathan, his hilarious family, and his friends, as he rocks the school in another fun Nate Rocks adventure. Continue reading
As part of today’s book tour festivities, I’m sharing an interview with T.S. Graham, author of The Chronicles of Trellah. Please welcome T.S. to our little bloggy corner of the world.
If we looked under your bed, what would we find?
Psycho dust bunnies with fangs.
How are you like and unlike your main character?
Sophina Murray is a composite of all five of my daughters, so I’d say she’s very unlike me! They say that each new generation is a little smarter and more sophisticated than the one that came before it. There is no better example of this than me and my girls! I’ll leave my wife out of that equation. You know, for safety reasons. 🙂 Continue reading