The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom makes its second appearance in the pages of the New York Times Book Review — this time as an Editors’ Choice pick!
The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom was one of the four books listed in School Library Journal as a Top Pick in the category of Mysteries for Young Readers! Yes — mysteries! Because there is a mystery at the heart of Hero’s Guide and this author is thrilled to have that aspect recognized and touted in the pages of SLJ.
The L.A. Times couldn’t be more enthusiastic about The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom. Check out this rave review.
The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom appears (among humbling good company) on the recommended summer reading list from the Austin American-Statesman.
If you’re curious as to what kind of music I listen to while writing, check out my “Author’s Playlist” guest post on the blog, Good Books & Good Wine! Perhaps you’ll find a few new tunes to enjoy.
Read all about my influences and inspirations (Star Wars, Lego, and Winnie-the-Pooh to name a few) in my guest post for The Book Smugglers!
On the marvelous blog, The Book Monsters, my editor, Jordan Brown of Walden Pond Press, asks me a bunch of questions about the editorial process behind The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom.
Wanna see how I work roasted red peppers, Kelly Clarkson, The Legend of Zelda, ninjas, Barcelona, Lost, and robot vacuums into one conversation? Check out my interview on Novel Novice!
This Sunday, May 6th, the Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom Book Tour begins in my hometown of Maplewood, NJ. Here’s where I’ll be for the rest of the week following:
Sunday, May 6th – 2:00pm
179 Maplewood Ave.
Monday, May 7th – 7:00pm
Anderson’s Bookshop Downers Grove
5112 Main St.
Downers Grove, IL
Tuesday, May 8th – 4:00pm
Magic Tree Bookstore
141 North Oak Park Ave.
Oak Park, IL
Wednesday, May 9th – 7:00pm
Books & Co. at The Greene
4453 Walnut St.
Thursday, May 10th – 7:00pm
Little Shop of Stories *Children’s Book Week Event with Sarah Pennypacker*
133A East Court Square
I’ll be taking off for my offline Hero’s Guide Tour, but the online Blog Tour continues all next week. For a complete list of where I’ll be when, check out Walden Pond Press’s calendar. They’ve got one for my brick-and-mortar tour as well. For updates while I’m on the road, check out my Facebook page or follow me on Twitter.