Amelia Earmouse used to kick back in her favorite chair and read a little over the weekend. But she made a New Year’s resolution this year to be more adventurous now that our new series, HISTORY’S MYSTERIES, is off to a good start.
Book three, “Hunting Gris-Gris”, is almost complete and set to be released later this Spring. That means Amelia will be back on the road promoting our latest book. That is, if I can only figure out WHERE DID AMELIA GO?
There were huge storms coming in this weekend, so while I made a mad dash to the grocery store before the winds hit, Amelia doubled back to the house and was batting down the patio hatches when I pulled into my driveway. I managed to grab my phone and take this picture before she headed out on her next adventure.
I just hope she comes back in time for our Barnes & Noble author spotlight event next month…
Books always make a great gift! There’s everything from inspirational essay journals to picture books…young adult fantasy novels to historical fiction chapter books. Something for everyone on sale now through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books A Million, and other retailers. HISTORY’S MYSTERIES: Ship of Dreams can also be found at the Titanic Museums in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and Branson, Missouri.
Best selling, award-winning author, Donna L Martin, has been writing since she was eight years old. She is a 4th Degree Black Belt in TaeKwonDo by day and a ‘ninja’ writer of children’s picture books, chapter books, young adult novels and inspirational essays by night. Donna is a BOOK NOOK REVIEWS host providing the latest book reviews on all genres of children’s books, and the host of WRITERLY WISDOM, a resource series for writers. Donna is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators and Children’s Book Insider. She is a lover of dark chocolate, going to the beach and adding to her growing book collection. Donna’s latest chapter book series is called HISTORY’S MYSTERIES. Book One, Ship of Dreams, is available in eBook and print form from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books A Million, and other online retailers. Also, coming to the Titanic Museums in Branson, Missouri, and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Book Two, A Chocolate Train Wreck, was released in November.
2 thoughts on “WHERE DID AMELIA GO? Batten Down The Hatches”
Amelia needs a raincoat and rainhat and rainboots if she’s going to be out in storms.
That’s funny, Janet! I thought exactly the same thing but haven’t gone to Build-A-Bear yet…lol…
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