The review from Publishers Weekly calls More Than Words a “charming and sexy crowd-pleaser.” So happy about that!
Well + Good included The Light We Lost in this list of perfect books for summer reading. Thank you so much to them for doing that!
(My favorite part of the mini review was the part where they say “this book is impossibly compelling.” Totally made my morning.)
So excited about this review of The Light We Lost in First For Women! (Also excited that Shania Twain is on the cover.)
Well this was exciting to see! It’s a review of The Light We Lost in the NY Post!
Just heard from that All That Glitters will be reviewed in the August/September Library Media Connection. I can’t post the whole thing yet, but I can post this part:
“Girls are sure to enjoy the concept of a kid salon and the everyday activities of sisters, family, and school situations. The simple, easy-to-read text flows effortlessly and leads well into the next book of the Sparkle Spa series.”
Thanks to LMC for all those nice words about my book!
I just found out that Publishers Weekly reviewed All That Glitters! You can read the whole review here.
Here’s my favorite excerpt:
I have some exciting news over here! Kirkus just posted a really nice review of All That Glitters (where they talk about Purple Nails And Puppy Tails too!). If you want to read the whole thing, you can click here. This is my favorite quote from the review:
The Ransom Note Blues just got a super nice review from School Library Journal that is going to run in their September edition!
Here’s what they said:
A few things have happened since my last December post, and I wanted to highlight them before the New Year. First, The Nina, The Pinta and The Vanishing Treasure was reviewed on KidsRead.com where the reviewer said especially nice things about me and Alec and Gina. They also interviewed me a while back If you want to read it, you can click here.
Happy holidays everyone! At the very end of last month, The Nina, The Pinta and The Vanishing Treasure was reviewed on BooksForKids.blog by the wonderful librarian blogger there.
Nathan Hale has also re-illustrated the jacket of The Nina, the Pinta and the Vanishing Treasure for the paperback edition, which is coming out in May. Check it out!
Big news this month! The first review for Alec Flint was just published in ALA Booklist. Here’s a copy of the review: