. . . birthday!
Happy 1st book birthday to THE SECRET FILES OF FAIRDAY MORROW! It's been a year since the mystery of the Begonia House was revealed to the world, and now the paperback will be available January 3rd, 2017. The new cover stays true to Fairday's snazzy style, sprinkling in a few added charms. Can you find the differences from hardcover? ;)
Here's a bit about the story...
The Begonia House keeps its secrets. Everyone knows that. Everyone, that is, except for clever eleven-year old Fairday Morrow, whose family has just moved in. Being the Senior Investigator in the Detective Mystery Squad, more commonly known as the DMS, she’s ready to uncover the mysteries hidden within the strange manor. As the investigation gears up and the pieces of the puzzle fall into place, the three young sleuths enter into a world where anything is possible, and the danger is most definitely real. Can they piece together the puzzle before it's too late? Or will whatever's causing trouble find Fairday and her friends first?
Planning to pick up the paperback? Pre-order a copy and you could win a $50 VISA card to treat yourself after the holidays. Contest is open to all! For more details on how to enter, click here.
For more information about the book, visit the DMS at fairdaysfiles.com
The authors, Jess and Stephanie, are two of my dearest writer/blogger friends, and I can't wait for you to get their paperback for the mystery-loving, adventurous, and imaginative middle-graders in your life.
(This post is especially for those writing or blogging full-time or as a side-hustle, which basically refers to your passionate part-time pursuit.)
Remember the time when writing or blogging was just a hobby?
Mornings were sweet and the breeze messed up your hair, but you were okay, and you laughed because you remembered something silly about your siblings, cousins, or friends, and there was that smell of toast in the air.
Then, remember the moment you decided to turn your hobby into a career? Or part of your career? Or a very serious hobby (with the possibility of getting published and read, perhaps, could be, hopefully, please, please)?
Meet Peter Mark Roget (pronounced "Roh-Zhay"), without whom many writers today would be:
at a loss,
pulling our hair out,
in utter despair,
wracked with misery!
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