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New giveaway with other middle grade writers

I seem to be giving away book away recently.

I am a teacher.  One of the difficulties for teachers is getting kids to read.  So I put together a group of books from other writers that write for reluctant readers, as we educators like to refer to students who don’t like to read.

Looking at these books as paperbacks made me realize I need to up my game in the paperback department.

Looking at these books as paperbacks made me realize I need to up my game in the paperback department.

Raymond Bean is a fourth grade teacher in New York City. So he also sees daily what I see.  So he writes books that he believes reluctant readers will want to read.  He is both a traditional and indie writer.  His Sweet-farts series is currently published through Amazon and his latest series Benji Franklin: Kid Zillionare is published through Capstone.  But I have included one of his indie titles-Baseball: A ticket to the Bigs.  Since it is baseball season I thought it would be  a good entry in the ggiveaway.

AJ Cosmo has been on this blog several times.  His first chapter book for middle grade readers is Soaked.  I highly recommend it.  So it makes the cut.

A Summer in the Woods is written by Steven K. Smith.  He is a writer here in Richmond as well.  I interviewed him on the blog a few months ago.  His book is great because it uses historical accuracy when describing the Richmond, Virginia area.

Check out the giveaway here.

If you enter the giveaway, you will be added to my Insider’s List.  Once on that list, you will receive my first book Kevin and the Seven Lions for free, plus a couple of other short stories for free.

Also you receive a link to the giveaway.  When you share that link out and you get someone else to sign-up you get four more entries in the giveaway.  I set it up that way  in hopes that people will share out the giveaway.