As you already know, Mik Murdoch: Identity Troubles, which is book 4 in the series by Michell Plested is now available. To help build some excitement about the book, we have created a trailer for the book. Yes, it mostly stars my kids and some of their friends who are all huge Mik Murdoch fans.Continue reading “Mik Murdoch: Identity Troubles book Trailer”
Note: This is re-posted from the author’s site. But my kids are super excited that this book is out. The long wait is over. Mik Murdoch: Identity Troubles is now available, both in print form and electronically. Well…that isn’t entirely true. It is mostly available electronically. Apparently our friends at Amazon aren’t sure that EvilContinue reading “Mik Murdoch: Identity Troubles is now available!”
Originally posted on Evil Alter Ego Press:
Well, actually it would be more accurate to say, “A New Novel for Evil Alter Ego Press”, but the sentiments are the same. In this case the new novel/chapter is The Fountain by Suzy Vadori. When we formed Evil Alter Ego Press we always intended to bring in new,…
My Alter Ego and I have been very busy of late getting books ready for publication among other things. We Sat Down with our debut author, Suzy Vadori, to talk about her new book, and to learn a little more about her. Source: Meet the Author, Suzy Vadori
Chuck has all of these problems and more when he moves to his new school from Washington State. He discovers that not only does he have to deal with all the normal problems of moving to a new school but he has accidentally stepped into the middle of a battle ground on a higher plain.
Flypaper Boy: Coming of Age by Philip Carroll My rating: 5 of 5 stars Flypaper Boy thinks his super power is lame. I mean really, what can a superhero do when his super power is sticking to things until someone comes along with some nail polish remover to free him. That is until he isContinue reading “Flypaper Boy: Coming of Age – A Review”
The in interest of full disclosure Michell Plested is a good friend of mine and a co-edit on a couple of projects we have worked on together, and I was given my Advanced Readers Copy in return for a fair and honest review. Though I would have gladly paid full price for the book having read the first one.
Death, the ultimate of headmasters, has a test for Mother Nature. If she passes she will finally get that finally piece to her project, but if she fails it could mean the end to all life in the system.