Month: October 2013

 

Pooja Menon Of Kimberley Cameron & Associates

Our next agent is the amazing Pooja Menon from Kimberley Cameron & Associates.  Below is her bio and her very in-depth answers to the ten questions I set for her.

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New Family Member Coming!

In a few weeks time we will have a new addition to the family, one in desperate need of a loving home.

Little Ricky was found tied to a fence, in the hot sun, by the highway.  Starved to near death, this little boy could barely move when a wonderful couple rescued him and took him to Judy’s Pet Lodge.

Ricky 15 Oct 2013

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Author Interview – R. L. Drembric

drembicR.L. Drembic has loved reading from an early age. It wasn’t until shortly after high school that he got the idea for a book of his own. Inspired by a friend’s courage to try and get her own novel published, Drembic began writing and has continued through his college career. Drembic has plans for a dozen more books and hopes for a chance to share these adventures with avid readers everywhere.

 

 

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Jennie Goloboy Of The Red Sofa Literary Agency

Our next agent is the wonderful Jennie Goloboy from the Red Sofa Literary Agency.  Below is her bio and the ten questions I set for her.  Enjoy 🙂

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Queries That Hooked An Agent #2 – Peggy Eddleman – SKY JUMPERS

Peggy Eddleman for blogThe second query in our series comes from the amazing Peggy Eddleman, author of SKY JUMPERS (published by Random House).  Peggy is represented by Sara Crowe from the Harvey Klinger Literary Agency.  Peggy Eddleman lives at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Utah with her husband and their three kids. She enjoys painting, playing games with her family (especially laser tag), and of course, reading.

Website: http://peggyeddleman.com
Blog: http://peggyeddleman.blogspot.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/PeggyEddleman
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Peggy-Eddleman/132519233594622
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16718344-sky-jumpers
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Jordy Albert Of The Booker Albert Agency

Today I am very pleased to introduce Jordy Albert from The Booker Albert Literary Agency.  Below is a short bio and the ten questions I set.  I hope you enjoy this insight.

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Sky Jumpers by Peggy Wheeler Eddleman

Sky JumpersHope’s inventions always seem to fail and she feels like an embarrassment to her adoptive parents, especially when inventing is one of the most important skills for the village of White Rock, post WWIII.

She is a classic tomboy who loves nothing better than taking risks.

The fallout from the Green Bombs which decimated civilization as we know it provide the perfect outlet for her thrill seeking nature.  The Bomb’s Breath, a single breath from which can kill, is a deadly residue from these bombs but has a property which is irresistible to Hope.  Its density makes for an awesome experience, if you can call jumping off a towering cliff without a parachute, awesome.

Sky Jumping is the thrilling pastime of leaping off a cliff and using the density of the Bomb’s Breath to slow your decent, but as you pass through you must hold your breath or die.

Hope’s fearless and sometimes reckless nature is tested to the full when a group of bandits raid her village to steal antibiotics, an immensely valuable commodity in post WWIII.  With the threat of death hanging over White Rock she must put her fears behind her and use her natural leadership skills to save her family and friends. The village motto ‘Work With Your Strengths’  becomes more than just a slogan for Hope!

Sky Jumpers is a great read which kids of all ages, including myself, will love.

Get your copy here, you won;t regret it 🙂

About Peggy:

Peggy Eddleman for blogPeggy Eddleman is the author of the middle grade post-apocalyptic adventure SKY JUMPERS, to be published by Random House in Fall 2013. She hangs out at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains in Utah with her three hilarious and fun kids (two sons and a daughter), and her incredibly supportive husband. Besides writing, Peggy enjoys playing laser tag with her family, making dinner, reading to her kids, toilet papering friends’ houses, doing cartwheels in long hallways, trying new restaurants, and occasionally painting murals on walls.