Thursday, September 20, 2012

Deliverers Free on Kindle 9/26 & 27

That's right. Just like the headline says, The Deliverers: Sharky and the Jewel will be FREE on Kindle on Wednesday, September 26th and Thursday, September 27th.  Don't miss this opportunity to get the book for nothing! Tell your friends, and have them tell their friends. I need this to go viral to get the word out. If you can't wait until next week, it's currently on sale for 99 cents.

If you or your children have already read the book, please post a review on Amazon. The more the merrier, and thank you for your support!

Here's a little bit about what reviewers have been saying about The Deliverers:

"A fantastic, poignant, and flawless story. This book made me want to dream more and be a 12-year-old again, and join the main character's next journey. Yes, I want a sequel!"--Ara, My Book and My Coffee

"Slomba delivers an action-packed adventure that's sure to thrill middle grade and younger readers...In addition to the quest to save Calendria, Eric struggles to regain his own confidence, making this a lovely story of self-discovery as well."--Mary Reilly, A Book A Day

Twelve year old Eric Scott is called by Stig, a talking owl, to journey to another world to save a fishing village from a band of bloodthirsty pirates. Once there, Eric discovers that delivering the town is but one of the problems he'll have to solve.

Can a 12 year old boy, a talking owl, a headstrong girl and an outcast dwarf save a village, much less an entire world? Find out as they set out on the journey of a lifetime to defeat an immortal pirate, face their fears, and fulfill an ancient prophecy.

"Take one bewildered hero, add a slightly pompous talking owl to guide him, stir in a stubborn girl whose village is threatened by pirates, blend with a secret mountain full of dwarves, an eerie dead forest guarded by gigantic bats, and top it with a mysterious jewel rumored to be the size of a large pizza and you have an entrancing story literally out of this world. Slomba's imagination knows no bounds as one surprise after another keeps the hero, and the reader, busy fending off the next crisis." --Louise Ladd, children's author, and owner of The Book Doctor

"I liked Eric because he was smart and braver than he knew. He also had to rely on friends to help him solve the problems that arise and this seemed very real to me."--Stephanie Robinson, children's author and blog reviewer for The Secret DMS Files of Fairday Morrow

"The book is amazing right from the first page and I often found it difficult to put down. This book is a true fantasy and one I greatly enjoyed."--Denise Lawson, reviewer

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