Book Spotlight – Before It Began by Thomas Zman

Today, I bring to you a futuristic sci-fi thriller which also breaks the barriers of the past and leaves us with a question - What if this had really happened? Book Blurb Have you ever wondered why geologists can never explain the great pyramids, or paleontologists the ascent of ancient ape-species? Did you know the … Continue reading Book Spotlight – Before It Began by Thomas Zman

Book Review – The Warning by Kathryn Croft

My review Man, what a book!! Can I repeat it again - What a book!! I loved how the book began, it has been three years since Zoe's son Ethan died via accidental drowning in the river along with his best friend Josh, when suddenly Zoe gets a warning. An email which casts suspicion that … Continue reading Book Review – The Warning by Kathryn Croft

Book Review – Academic Curveball by James J Cudney IV

My first friend in this blogging world, my best friend who listens to all my complaints and who keeps me sane, a blogger friendly, a reader voracious, a reviewer kind, and a writer extraordinary. He is someone whom I have pinged at all the oddest hours, he is someone I trouble at his early hours … Continue reading Book Review – Academic Curveball by James J Cudney IV

Book Spotlight – Ajji and Mili – Into the Forest by Parinitha Konanur

Today I have the great honor of presenting to the blogosphere, a wonderfully talented artist and writer of children's book, Ajji and Mili - Into the Forest. She is none other than Parinitha Konanur, who has written and illustrated her own book. She is smart and clearly talented and she needs to raise funds to … Continue reading Book Spotlight – Ajji and Mili – Into the Forest by Parinitha Konanur

Book Review – Return to the Little Cottage on the Hill

My review Emma Davies is one author whose books make me fall in love and feel gooey inside. Her books are a comfort when things get tough. Her writing makes me feel warm as if I am meeting a long lost friend. This book too had main character Megan feeling betrayed when a rival design … Continue reading Book Review – Return to the Little Cottage on the Hill

Book Review – A Flight of Broken Wings by Nupur Chowdhury

My review I loved, loved this book. The story made me soar in the skies of Vaan where the sun shone forever, and it grounded me to the realm of Vandram on Earth, where the evil Queen had a new plan. At one end were the Aerials and at the other, the humans, mortal enemies … Continue reading Book Review – A Flight of Broken Wings by Nupur Chowdhury

Book Review – The Mask Shop of Doctor Blaack

My review With Halloween approaching, I thought this would be the best book to review. I loved the blurb which appeared fantastical and mildly horrific. So I immediately had to read this book. The cover too pulled me in. The book started with a bang with Trevor wanting the best costume for trick or treating. … Continue reading Book Review – The Mask Shop of Doctor Blaack

Book Review – The Forgotten Child by Melissa Erin Jackson

My review I loved the way the book started. It had the right amount of horror and paranormal. The story had Riley, a reluctant medium, forced to spend a weekend with friends in Jordanville Ranch, home of deceased serial killer, Orin Jacobs. There Riley not only met the evil force of Orin, but a gentle … Continue reading Book Review – The Forgotten Child by Melissa Erin Jackson

Book Review – Willow Bloom and the Dream Keepers by E. V. Farrell

My review Willow Bloom, a few days prior to her 13th birthday, discovers the secrets of her life. She is the Light Keeper, the Awakened, who is supposed to maintain light flow between Earth and the Dream Keepers' world, Thera. A pathway which keeps the dreams of humans alive so that they are a potential … Continue reading Book Review – Willow Bloom and the Dream Keepers by E. V. Farrell

Book Review – Finders, Not Keepers by D. E. Haggerty

My review This was a cute book to read, a combination of chick-lit and cozy, perfect for the Saturday afternoon. The story goes thus, Terri finds a diamond necklace in the attic, she wants to give it to the rightful owners, hence goes in search of them. In due course, she finds herself entrusted with … Continue reading Book Review – Finders, Not Keepers by D. E. Haggerty

Book Review – Spin by Maksim Malik

My review A true sci-fi thriller, the book has Nadani Jagi, a freelance spacer, living in her ship, the Astromancer, who finds herself bound in a contract of transporting slaves. This one job leads her to the bigger plot where she is implanted with infobots carrying sensitive information, and everyone in space from Government officials … Continue reading Book Review – Spin by Maksim Malik

Blog Tour – Day 6

Welcome to the final day of the Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher. For our last day, Robbie has written one final poem to introduce the four brilliant bloggers who mark the end of this exciting tour! Robbie's Poem: Today wraps up the blog tour and I'm sad to see the end. Shalini is … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 6

Musings – My life with Robbie Yates @robbie_b_yates

It is not often that I share my inner most feelings, but sometimes it just feels right when I do. So here it goes. I met Robbie Yates in June, via the lovely WordPress, round about the same time I started my Blog Tour Company. Robbie was the first author who took me on. I … Continue reading Musings – My life with Robbie Yates @robbie_b_yates

Blog Tour – Day 5

Welcome to Day 5 of the Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher by Robbie Yates! Today, Robbie has written us a limerick! Robbie's Poem: Three bloggers took time out to write (Maya, Nina, and Amber—all bright) Reviewing this book So go take a look At each woman's wonderful* site! (*They really are wonderful... I … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 5

Blog Tour – Still with Robbie Yates

I have Robbie with yet for one more conversation, this time to listen to his heart speak. 1. Do you plan to write a book for teenagers? A novel of 300 odd pages? The Day I Ate My Teacher has a bit more absurd humor that will appeal to pre-teens and early teens, and The … Continue reading Blog Tour – Still with Robbie Yates

Blog Tour – Day 4

Another day on the Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher - which means another of Robbie's witty poems: Robbie's Poem: My goodness! It's Day Four, and boy what fun this tour has been. Today there will be four new posts, and I, for one, am keen! The thoughtful, blissful Lili, whose blog posts are … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 4

Blog Tour – In Conversation with Robbie Yates

Welcome to my blog again. An honor to have you. It's an honor to be back! 1. Robbie, we know poems make you tick and you are a children's author. A good one at that. Tell me how do you get ideas for a book? Great question. Lots of my ideas come to me when … Continue reading Blog Tour – In Conversation with Robbie Yates

Blog Tour – Day 3

The Blog Tour for One Very Odd Teacher is well underway, so here is another of Robbie Yates's signature poems to introduce today's bloggers: Robbie's Poem: The tour today commences at The Book Decoder's site The Vagabond will also post; this makes my heart feel light. For bloggers reading indie works have hearts made out … Continue reading Blog Tour – Day 3

Blog Tour – In Conversation with Adam #characterinterview @robbie_b_yates

Welcome to my blog Adam, so wonderful to have an intelligent and enterprising young man with me. Thanks! I'm excited to be here! 1. Tell me something about yourself, Adam? Something about me? Hmm. I like drawing—a lot. Unfortunately for me, my teacher, Mrs Murphy, makes us all use a specific brand of markers—TrooCo markers—which … Continue reading Blog Tour – In Conversation with Adam #characterinterview @robbie_b_yates