Five years and 1,100 posts after hitting Publish for the first time on WordPress, I have now been joined by thousands of people who tune in on a daily basis. How can I be anything than thankful for each and every one of you? Thank you for sharing your journeys with me and allowing me to share mine!
To celebrate Thanksgiving, and with Black Friday only a couple of days away, I’m participating in a Bookluver giveaway with not one but two of my books! Even better, this will get in the right mood for Christmas with a Kindle Fire, plenty of eBooks and paperbacks, an Amazon shopping spree worth $50, and more:
Enter here before December 9th: https://bookluver.com/book-giveaways
As I mentioned, I’m participating with two of my books: Runaway Smile and my latest, A Heaven for Toasters.
A Heaven for Toasters
A souvlaki and some sun. That is all Detective Mika Pensive wanted from her fun weekend away on the Greek island of Hydra. Instead, she finds herself caught up in a sinister plot, hatched by a reclusive billionaire with a penchant for illegal genetic engineering. As if that wasn’t bad enough, she has to put up with her new partner, Leo. Leo is an android—or toaster, as people scornfully call his kind. The only thing that could make things even worse would be for the headstrong Mika to fall for Leo. But people don’t fall for toasters—do they?
Check out A Heaven For Toasters on Amazon and never look at your toaster the same way!
Runaway Smile: An unshared smile is a wasted smile
I woke up this morning and I had lost my smile and it wasn’t my fault and I looked everywhere and it was gone. Then I met a workman and a king and the best salesman in the world and a clown and no-one wanted to give me theirs. At school, I asked Miss to give me hers, but she gave us a pop quiz instead, and then no-one was smiling and…
A little boy’s smile runs away until it owner learns that an unshared smile is a wasted smile.
Runaway Smile has won the Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award. It was also a finalist in the 2015 International Book Awards, in the Children’s Fiction category and a ‘Children’s Fiction’ Finalist in the 2015 Independent Author Network Book of the Year Awards.
What readers think:
- “You don’t have to be a kid to love this book!”
- “We found our smile when we read this”
- “My only regret would be that it ended so soon”
- “For rekindling my inner-child as I read this book, I’m giving it 5 STARS.”
Check out Runaway Smile on Amazon and rediscover your smile!