Several great books to tell you about this month!
By a happy coincidence, all three books will be featured in a Facebook Launch Party, which will take place on October 17 between 4:00 and 6:00 pm PST. If you would like to come by, please do! You could win prizes such as free e-book copies of any of these books!
10/17 – Maisy and the Mystery Mansion by Elizabeth Woodrum
Super sleuths will be thrilled to know that everyone’s favorite fourth-grade detective is back with a double dose of mystery adventure! As Maisy participates in a mystery weekend event for junior detectives, she uncovers a real case. Could a ghost be haunting Mystery Manor? Find out in the exciting third installment of The Maisy Files!
Genre: Middle Grade/Mystery
To go to Ms. Woodrum’s Amazon Author Page, click HERE
10/17 – Unexpected Alpha (Aluna Series Book 1) by Bethany Wicker
Female Alphas are unheard of in werewolf society, and the Sapphire Pack is no different. So when Lena’s father dies, no one is more shocked than she to discover that his Alpha powers have transferred to her.But when the uber-sexy Kane enters the picture, Lena gets a lot more than she bargained for. She soon discovers that searching for answers is most difficult when the last person she can trust is the only one who has them.
To pre-order the book on Amazon, click HERE
10/18 – Xavier: Flight to Ambrosia by E.M. Cooper
Xavier Jones and his friends are captured and returned to St Griswold College to the clutches of Ms Ratchet and her strange staff. At every turn, gargoyles, demons and the Darklaw are ramping up their sinister activities. Following the advice of the messenger angel, Raphael and scribe, Nisroc the boys seek answers in the wilds of the magical Ambrosian Forest. Who can they trust in this bewildering landscape?
Genre: Middle Grade/Mystery
To order/borrow the book on Amazon, click HERE
Also debuting this month:
10/6 – Adventures on the Breeze by Kristen Iten
Genre: Children’s/Picture Book
10/15 – Catchpenny Part Four: Gold Mine by Sarah Wathen
Have you ever wondered about that girl at the edge of the crowd? The one who has dark, bushy hair that hides her eyes while she’s reading, but tight shirts that don’t even try to hide the size of her breasts? She never comes to parties and she lives in a neighborhood where nice girls never venture. Everyone tries to ignore her…but there is something about her that’s impossible to ignore. Especially for the star quarterback, apparently. Because he just asked her to the Homecoming dance, after dumping the head cheerleader.
Catchpenny tells a story from the eyes of “that girl,” and Gold Mine is the conclusion of this serial novel. Does the outcast find her fairytale ending, or something else she didn’t even know she’d lost?
To visit the Amazon page for the first part of this series, click HERE