Cover Reveal: Empower: Fight Like a Girl




May is the month of many things. One of which is National Lupus Awareness Month.





Displaying FLAG EBook CVR 4.jpgWomen of TV have united against lupus! Presenting "Empower: Fight Like A Girl", a special collection of short stories by top women writers from some of your favorite shows, including: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Family Guy, Person of Interest, Grimm, Battlestar Galactica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Law & Order: SVU, Star Trek: Voyager, Eureka, Twisted, The 100, Malcolm in the Middle, Millennium, Being Human, The Shield, Castle, Chuck, Gilmore Girls, and Game of Thrones. In this anthology, you'll discover supernatural thrillers, crime mysteries, horror, comedies, and more.

Authors contributing stories to this volume include:
Amy Berg
Cherry Chevapravatdumrong
Akela Cooper
Liz Edwards
Jane Espenson
Shalisha Francis and Nadine Knight
Lisa Klink
Pang-Ni Landrum
Lauren LeFranc
Kam Miller
Jess Pineda
Jennifer Quintenz
Lisa Randolph
Kay Reindl
Kira Snyder
Jeane Wong


More information about the book can be found on Amazon.


All proceeds will be donated to the non-profit Lupus Foundation of America to help solve the cruel mystery of lupus.




Dear Nobody street team: Cystic Fibrosis awareness month

It's been a few weeks since I've read and reviewed Dear Nobody: The True Diary of Mary Rose. If you missed it, you can read it here.

While I read through Mary Rose's diary, I knew I was missing information. The entire diary was not published; instead, it was a snippet of her life.

Here is one piece that never made it to the final book. It's powerful and raw. The agony Mary Rose faced in her day-to-day struggles is apparent in every word:

 


I can promise you one thing: If you read Dear Nobody, you will not forget Mary Rose. 


The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw Blog Tour

One of my favorite series of all time is coming to an end. It's a bitter sweet moment for me. I have laughed until tears have threatened to stream down my face, cut my fingers on the pages because I could not turn them fast enough, and enjoyed every moment of reading this series.The delightful banter between characters is perfectly captured in the illustrations by Todd Harris. This is a powerful duo!

I am so honored to have the opportunity to share the final book in the Hero's Guide series with you. The hysterical conclusion is The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw, and I promise it does not disappoint.




Prince Liam. Prince Frederic. Prince Duncan. Prince Gustav. You think you know those guys pretty well by now, don't you? Well, think again. The Princes Charming, along with Ella, Snow, Rapunzel, and Princess Lila are caught and arrested for the murder of Briar Rose. The heroes are simultaneously shocked and sad to hear of this news. But a series of suspicious events leads them to believe that not only is Briar still alive, but some unseen evil is working its way into the throne rooms of all thirteen kingdoms. It's up to the League to break out of prison, find Briar, and uncover the nefarious plot before the entire county is destroyed.

  Christopher Healy is the author of The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom, which the New York Times selectedason  e of its best books of the year, calling it "charming-- a quest that recalls at momentst he Musketeers and at others the Marxes"; as well as its sequel, The Hero's Guide to Storming the Caste, which Publishers Weekly hailed as "uproariously funny" in a starred review. He is also a reviewer of children's media. Chris lives with his wife and two children in New Jersey. You can find him online at www.christopherhealy.com and Facebook.  

  Learn more about The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw at Goodreads, B&N, or Amazon. Or, through Walden Pond Press's social media outlets: Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and the WPP blog 


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