Congratulations to Chelsea B., winner of the $25 Amazon GC for commenting and to It's Raining Books, the host winner.
Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Book Tour for Nate Rocks the Boat by Karen Pokras Toz, a middle grade novel available now from Grand Daisy Press. The tour will run July 30 - August 17, 2012, and Karen is available for guest post and interviews. The book is available in PDF format for review.
Karen will be awarding a $25 Amazon GC to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour and an autographed set of books (Nate Rocks the World & Nate Rocks the Boat) to one randomly drawn host from the tour.
With fourth grade finally winding down, 10-year-old Nathan Rockledge is looking forward to a fun and relaxing summer at home with his friends. That is, until his mom decides he has to go to overnight camp with his annoying older sister. When his best friend Tommy decides to tag along, Nathan thinks maybe his summer won’t actually be so bad. After all, he does get to be away from his mom's awful cooking for an entire six weeks.July 30: Welcome to My World of Dreams
Amongst Color War competitions, a flaky counselor, and a bully named "No-Neck,” Nathan turns to his trusty sketchpad, transforming himself into Nate Rocks: 10-year-old extraordinaire. His speedboat ready for action, Nate saves the day time and again from the perils of floods, snakes, ghosts, and even the most wanted criminals.
Join Nathan, Tommy, Abby, and a whole new cast of characters as Nate Rocks once again proves nothing can hold him back in this second book of the Nate Rocks series.
July 31: Long and Short Reviews: YA Guests
August 1: REVIEW ONLY Reviews by Molly
August 2: REVIEW ONLY Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer
August 3: REVIEW ONLY Journey of a Bookseller
August 6: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
August 7: Writers and Authors
August 8: Talisman Book Publishing
August 9: Kristy Centeno
August 10: Reader Girls
August 13: It's Raining Books
August 14: Long and Short Reviews: YA/Middle Grade Reviews
August 15: Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer
August 17: The Bunny's Review