I am so pleased to introduce middle grade book author, Melinda Taliancich Falgoust who is our Featured Guest Reviewer this week and whose book, The Gubbins Club: The Legend of Charlie’s Gold we have just reviewed.
The Gubbins Club is a middle grade mystery involving a modern-day hunt for a lost pirate treasure. We have two pieces of good news. First, today is the official release day for The Gubbins Club: The Legend of Charlie’s Gold! Congratulations Melinda! Second, Melinda is giving away a copy of her book PLUS a $10 Amazon gift card to one lucky winner. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
For those of you who enjoy a good mystery filled with intrigue and suspense, you will surely enjoy The Gubbins Club. So pop on by Melinda’s blog and say a quick hello if you get the chance!
Meet Melinda Taliancich Falgoust
With five kids, four jobs, three dogs, a two-car driveway and one VERY patient husband, Melinda Taliancich Falgoust is an author whose works have appeared in Reader’s Digest, Writers’ Journal, in the Harlequin Mini-Round Robin ebooks THE RANCHER AND THE ROSE and THIN ICE. Other works have also won awards in competitions around the world
InkSpired is a carefree blog containing a variety of musings and comments on books, writing, and writing life. Looking for a good book? There’s a post for that. Searching for a quick middle-grade fiction read for free? There’s a post for that, too. It’s a writing space to share with other book lovers (and writers).
Author Website: www.melindatfalgoust.doodlekit.com
Goodreads: Melinda Falgoust
Here’s what Melinda has to say about the importance of books and reading in her home:
The world is full of wonder and excitement and books are a passport that make it accessible to all. I have found some of my nearest and dearest friends between the pages of books: Harry and Ron, Goldie Schultz, Atreyu and Artax…the delight is knowing that they are always there for me, even when the rest of the world sometimes isn’t. Books also broaden our world scope. As my son learned in this review, people speak differently, they approach life differently, and for a myriad of different reasons. Books help bridge the gap in our understanding of others, and I’m certainly proud to say, my house looks a bit like the branch of the New York Public Library! Want to give a child the world? Give them a book.
Melinda and her son Gabe chose to review the middle grade mystery Catscape by Mike Nicholson. Click HERE to read their review. Thanks Melinda and Gabe! For more on Melinda and Gabe, please visit our Contributors page or click on the book cover above. 🙂
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