Hey look! I wrote a book!
I am happy to announce that I just published a book I have been working on for three years and I am kicking off a blog tour for it right here!
The Adventures of Tomato and Pea Book 1: A Bad Idea is a 72 page chapter book meant for kids ages 5-10.
Here is what it is about –
“For years the evil villain Wintergreen had tried to destroy super crime-stopper, Tomato and his sidekick, Pea, and take over planet Oarg. In a plan gone wrong, Wintergreen traps himself along with his arch-nemesis in a runaway rocket ship that crashes on a strange planet called “EAR-TH”. Now these perennial enemies must learn to work together to survive the dangers on this strange world. Hungry birds, enormous snakes and the giant inhabitants of EAR-TH stand between this brawling bunch of aliens and finding a way home.”
The reviews have been pouring in:
“This is the best book I have ever read.” Erik’s dad.
“Erik is such a good writer and he’s so handsome too.” Erik’s grandmother.
“Erik, get out of my room. I am not writing a review.” Erik’s sister, Josie.
Please stop by these AWESOME blogs for reviews, interviews and give-aways as part of the tour.
September 9th Michelle Isenhoff’s blog – Book review
September 10 KidLit Reviews – Book review
September 11th Mother Daughter Book Reviews – Book review
The Story Readig Ape – Guest post by me (Erik)
September 12th Catherine Johnson’s Blog – Book review
September 13th Julie Grasso’s Blog – Book review
By Word of Beth– Book review and giveaway
September 14th Diane Tulloch’s blog – Book review
September 15th Vivian Kirkfield’s Picture Books Help Kids Soar– Book review
September 16th Susanna Leonard Hill’s blog – Interview and Q&A with commenters and giveaway
September 17th Reading with Rhythm – Book Review
September 18th Julie Rowan-Zoch’s blog – Interview
September 19th Dr. Nana Plum of On the Plum Tree blog (AKA Dr. Niamh Clune) – Book review in rhyme!
September 20th S.W. Lothian’s blog – Book review
My book is available at:
If you read my book, just remember, if it seems like it was written by an eleven-year-old… it was!
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