Posts Tagged ‘comic book’

New YA Superhero Fantasy Novel for Review: Sky Girl and the Superheroic Adventures

Joe Sergi will be touring September 2 – November 29 with his young adult superhero fantasy novel, Sky Girl and the Superheroic Adventures. We are looking for reviews, interviews, guest post spots, first chapter reveals, book spotlights with giveaways. Please mention how you want to host this author and provide three dates that would work for you when inquiring. Review copy available in digital or printed format. Please specify preference when querying. Being a teenage girl is hard enough, but for DeDe Christopher, it is proving impossible. In addition to cliques, books, and boys, she has to worry about capes, apes, and aliens. Last year, DeDe discovered that she possessed fantastic
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Casey and Kyle Online Book Tour February 2012

Join Will Robertson, author of the comic Casey and Kyle: I’m Saving Up for a Big Brother!!! as he virtually tours the blogosphere in February 2012 on his first tour with Pump Up Your Book! About Will Roberston WILL ROBERTSON enjoys playing music and working on his serve in Tennis. His favorite beverage is an Iced Tea with no lemon. He loves Tacos and Panini Sandwiches and is fond of road trips. He is an avid mini golfer and an aggressive bumper car driver. He lives with his wife and two children in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. His house is yellow. He started drawing comics on a road trip when
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New Book for Review: Casey and Kyle: So Much For Being On Our Best Behavior!!! by Will Robertson

Will Robertson will be touring in February with his humor comic book Casey and Kyle: So Much For Being On Our Best Behavior!!! Casey and Kyle is a strip about the fun and chaos of kids. It’s about the things you remember about your own childhood and (for anyone with kids) the way your own kids really are. It goes deeper than your average kid strip and builds on the dynamic that exists between an older and younger sibling: The way the oldest always gets to be the hero; the younger the bad guy. It features a cacophony of neighborhood kids, each one making his own indelible stamp on
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