No Foolin’… It’s Going to be a Big Month

ALWAYS in the MIDDLE is preparing for a huge month of April. I kid you not. There’s book reviews of new releases, giveaways, interviews, and even a little non-fiction thrown in the mix. Since I’m so busy preparing for the big events, I’m sending this greeting to you a day early:


Here’s the run-down on a very special upcoming month around here…

Week One: A review of a new release, THE REMARKABLE JOURNEY OF CHARLIE PRICE. Later that week I’ll fill you in on the WILLAKAVILLE short story series.

Week Two: A review of THE DRAGON WHISTLER by former Colorado resident, Kimberly J. Smith

Week Three: Things get real exciting. First a review and giveaway of CICI RENO: #MIDDLE GRADE MATCHMAKER. Later that week to celebrate Earth Day and the 100th anniversary of the National Parks, I’ll be featuring and giving away three new releases for kids from National Geographic. They are something special.

Week Four: Can it get any better? Yes… this final week of April is devoted to the release of CURIOSITY HOUSE: THE SCREAMING STATUE (Book 2 in the series). I’ll have an interview with one of the characters from the book followed by an interview with the two authors.  There will also be a giveaway and a review of this second book.

I hope you’ll stop by and enter one of the contests and get a taste of all these great Middle Grade books.

About Greg Pattridge

Climbing another mountain...writing middle grade novels.
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8 Responses to No Foolin’… It’s Going to be a Big Month

  1. Wow! Sounds like an interesting month. Will look forward to your reviews. I have some offerings for Earth Day, but will be gone that week.

  2. Looks like a lot of great stuff coming. Thanks for the heads up.

  3. diegosdragon says:

    Thanks for keeping the great books coming! I’ve almost finished reading The Book Scavenger by Jennifer Chambliss Bertman. A story about hunting for books and a quirky publisher who runs the contests – and a character who names his cowlick – all set in San Francisco? It’s very good.

  4. diegosdragon says:

    Sorry – it’s not called The Book Scavenger. The title is Book Scavenger.

  5. cleemckenzie says:

    You’ve got a huge month ahead. I bought Diego’s Dragon and will read it soon. Love the idea of the dragon coming to life.

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