Today I have a new blog entry up at Emu’s Debuts called “I am not my book.” It’s about finding life and space outside of my impending book launch–feel free to check it out!
Also, another trade review has come in for All Four Stars, from Publishers Weekly. Here’s my favorite part:
Younger readers (especially those who know their way around a kitchen) will be amused by Gladys’s reviews of her parents’ horrible cooking (“The peas… arrived at the table in a soggy, mushy state fit for a baby”) and her plot to get to New York City without alerting any adults. The triumphant conclusion makes this a tasty read.
PW doesn’t always review middle-grade books, so I’m very grateful that they chose to read and recommend All Four Stars.
Make sure to pop back over here this Friday, when I’ll be talking about Tracy Holczer’s gorgeous middle-grade debut novel The Secret Hum of a Daisy and giving away an ARC!
Congratulations on your starred review!
Thanks, Brianna. Alas, it’s not starred, but it’s pretty nice just the same!
Aww, man! I must have misread your post. Either way, it’s still pretty cool. By the way, do you know who I might reach out to about getting a review copy?
Perhaps, with the book’s title, this will be a common misconception. 🙂
Re: Review copy, drop me a line on my contact page and I will see what I can do!
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