Hey all, here’s the link to the website for Reader’s Rock E-Magazine. It is loaded with interesting articles about books. You can catch up on new books, find out about books on sale, meet authors, all for book lovers and there’s something new every issue. It’s FREE! http://www.readersrockmagazine.com
The March issue has a feature about Girls Gone Great. Be sure to get your copy before they are gone.
The December issue had an article about my novel, War Party, that contains some insights not found anywhere else so go get your copy (I’m on pages 40-41). Here is the link to that issue. http://joom.ag/OJDX
Girls Gone Great
Girls Gone Great is a collection of magical tales written for girls ages two to ten. These fable-like stories were inspired by real girls, girls taking a magical journey of self-discovery where doing the right thing turns into something great. When you believe in yourself and have confidence to face obstacles, then any girl has the ability to “go great” and surprise herself just like the heroines in these tales.
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In a world where dreams are belittled and apathy has become a staple, War Party proves that one unlikely hero can still make a difference. Tommy Galiwee, a native-American teen, wants desperately to be a warrior despite having been taught that Indian warriors no longer exist. Criticized and harassed by his father and tribal elders, Tommy sets out to prove he is much more than an idle dreamer. Driven by a mysterious vision and seeking to fulfill his dream, Tommy will lead a group of rag-tag friends on an adventure they will never forget; an adventure that will find them pitted against a group of well-funded modern day terrorists determined to seize and destroy the tiny town of Finkle Creek just outside their reservation. In War Party this one young man will find the inner strength to follow his vision, to do the right thing and prove that true Indian warriors still exist.
In a world where genetically altered humans herd commercial tuna on the open ocean, Olga, a third-generation bio-engineered “shepherd” and two shipmates live aboard the Factory raft, Homestead. Commercial tuna farming has all but wiped out the wild fishing industry, so when Toivo Nurminen, an independent Finnish trawler captain, discovers a shepherd raft’s murdered crew, he suspects embittered fishermen. In radioing for help, he alerts the real killers, marking his ship for death. Injured and adrift, Toivo is rescued by the Homestead. When Homestead’s crew investigates other raft attacks they uncover a deadly drug operation. Despite emotional conflict, Toivo and Olga unite, and with their shipmates and dolphins, ingeniously fight against overwhelming odds.