I know I’m not the only one around that says, I LOVE MIDDLE GRADE ACTUALLY. The truth is, it’s really a genre that spans the generations. It opens up adventures and experiences for kids who dare to read, and it reminds adults of the dreams that they had in their childhood. It’s […]Read More ♦ Love Middle Grade Actually ♦ 14 books ♦ 14 authors ♦ Great Prizes incl. a Kindle Fire ♦
Earlier this year I ran a post that shared my marvellous new invention … ‘The Paperback’. At the same time I launched a paperback version of The Golden Scarab which was welcomed across the world with festivals, public holidays and celebrations that made the Royal Wedding and the Olympics look pale in comparison. Since the […]Read More My most amazing invention – The Paperback – Come see its splendour!
Here’s an exciting event for those of you who are members of Goodreads. I thought I’d try a new way to giveaway. It may have been done before, but I’ve never seen it. So if this is the first time, then I’m proud to be the inventor. I’m calling it “The Great Shelve-me To-read Giveaway” […]Read More The Great Goodreads Shelve-me To-read Giveaway
Well ….. you know the saying “A change is as good as a holiday.” In my opinion (just between you and me), a holiday is much much much much much better. My mind is forever creating stuff, and whenever I finish something I can’t help but look at it again and again, and try to find […]Read More A change is as good as a holiday!
This is just a short post to try to find the answer to a very mysterious and perplexing question. Rather than a long post about a subject, I thought it may be a nice change to have a post that will be more interactive. What is the main thing that helps you decide to buy […]Read More What is the main thing that helps you decide to buy and read a book?
I thought it was time to revisit this earlier post, update it and send it on out just incase Word of Mouth reads it. As a new blogger I need to try to think of things that would be interesting to others in a blog. Now I know I’m not the first to have this […]Read More Where does ‘word of mouth’ hang out?