Sunday, July 21, 2013

Blogger Book Fair Starts Tomorrow

     Early last year as I began getting the word out about Marshall's new books, I ran across a tweet regarding The Blogger Book Fair.  Unfortunately, it had already started but Kayla was very kind to add our name to the list for July and as promised, sent a reminder when it was time to sign up.  Kayla Curry and her crew of helpers have no doubt put countless hours and effort into this coming week.  They have many events, giveaways and interviews planned to introduce you to many new authors. 

Blogger Book Fair is a wonderful way to celebrate the creativity of so many authors and bloggers.  We hope this week you will enjoy reading about new stories, their authors and participate in some of the fun events that have been planned.  Discover amazing books, authors and bloggers at the Blogger Book Fair July 22nd!  You can find out more HERE.

As part of this week's book fair, we are giving away the first four books in The Chronicles of Guiamo Durmius Stolo signed by Marshall.  One winner will receive a complete set of the series so far.  There are five more books to come but these should keep you busy for awhile!  If you are wondering whether it's worth your time, just read what others have said about Guiamo and Cumoro.  We can't wait to meet you all and have you join Guiamo on his grand adventure.  The giveaway will run through midnight July 29th and the winner will be anounced here.

Tomorrow we will have an interview with Katie O'Sullivan, author of Son of a Mermaid and Wednesday we will feature an interview with Tara Entwistle-Clark, author of Butterfly in Winter.  These are two vastly different books and we hope you'll join us to learn more about them.  Come join the fun this week and come back tomorrow when the giveaway will be live and enter for a chance to win some great reads!

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