Feed My Reader Friday!

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Happy Friday everyone! Paul here today and I am offer another Feed My Reader Friday hosted by I Am A Reader Not A Writer. It’s a great idea Kathy came up with to put up a post sharing the new ebooks you’ve added to your reader, computer, or phone. Before I reveal the menu this week, I want to throw out this teaser. As many of you know, I am the author of three children’s books. I have been working to give the first book, Lionel and the Golden Rule a facelift. Yes, that’s right a new cover is in the works. More to come on that at a later date. Now onto the menu.

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Before I move on to what I’ve “fed” my reader, I’d like to remind everyone of all the great events and giveaways going on right now.  Make sure to enter the Sunshine Syndicate tour and huge giveaway, stop by the Kindle Fire Giveaway hosted by Four Littles Media, Sher A. Hart, and others.  We’re also participating in a multi-author giveaway giving you another chance to win a Kindle Fire. Check out the Grimm Chronicles Blog Tour and Giveaway, the Death & Kisses Book Blast, the Max Xylander and the Island of Zumuruud Book Blast, the Isabella and Penelope $50 Book Blast, the Mason and Bess: The Adventure Begins book launch and giveaway the Starseed Book Blast and Giveaway, Untimed Signed print and ebook giveaway to international followers, and Matt Archer: Blade’s Edge giveaway. Okay, now I’m out of breath. Don’t miss out, stop by and check out these great books and promotions, and don’t worry about losing your place because when you click on the link it will open a new window saving your spot.

Now, what exactly have I fed my reader this week? I have had a busy week. I stared by adding a couple of appetizers to the menu. The Moon is No Place for a Ghost (Out of this World Tales) by Dea Lenihan was first. This book looks so cute, with a great cover and adorable illustrations I couldn’t resist. Next on the menu was The Blue Daisy: A Lesson In Gratitude by Stacie Theis. This too cute picture book is the first book by Ms. Theis who pens the wonderful review blog, BeachBound Books. I can’t wait to roll my sleeves up and get started on these books.
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Now on to the main courses I served my reader beginning with Max Xylander and the Island of Zumuruud. This book looks great. It came to my attention when I signed up to feature it on its Book Blast Tour. Fast -paced, fantasy, magic, swordplay, secret agents, what’s not to love? I can’t wait to serve up this one.

 photo maxxylander_zpse60939be.jpgFinally, I feed my reader My Temporary Life (My Temporary Life Trilogy) by Martin Crosbie. I couldnt’ resist this thriller. I’ve heard so many good things about Mr. Crosbie’s writing and the fact that it boasts a 4.5 star average on Amazon with 185 reviews is pretty incredible too.

 photo mytemplife_zps7a3328c3.jpgWell, that wraps up this edition of Feed My Reader Friday. Thanks for stopping by to see what was on the menu this week. Click on any of the links or images to head to Amazon for purchase. Be sure and follow the linky below to check out all the other great family friendly blogs and see what they fed their reader this week. Leave me a comment and let me know what you fed your reader this week, or let me know your honest opinion of the current cover of Lionel and the Golden Rule.

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Indie author-friendly freelance editor, children's book blogger for picture books through YA, kid lit, SF/fantasy lover with special fondness for middle grade, pun-loving SCBWI member, meter-maid for poetry and rhyming picture books.


  1. Looks like you got some great books for your ereader this week. The book about gratitude looks so cute! Happy reading! 🙂

  2. I found your great blog through the WLC Blog Follows on the World Literary Cafe! Great to connect!=)

  3. Nice blog! I found your great blog through the WLC Blog Follows on the World Literary Cafe. Great to connect!
    –Jan Moran, author, at JanMoran dot com

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