March 6, 2015

Aoleon The Martian Girl: Science Fiction Saga - Part 3 The Hollow Moon by Brent LeVasseur

Book Title: Aoleon The Martian Girl: Science Fiction Saga - Part 3 The Hollow Moon
Author: Brent LeVasseur
Genres: Sci-fiction, Fantasy, Children
Series: Aoléon The Martian Girl
Publisher: Aoléon Press
Published: 2/23/15 (E-book, 120 Pages)
Disclaimer: I received this book from +Laura Fabiani iRead Book Tours for a book Tour and for an honesty review
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Description: Spying on the Luminon, Aoléon and Gilbert uncover his plot to steal Earth’s milk cows and make the disturbing discovery that the Martian leader plans to disrupt Mars’s galact supply. The duo races to warn Aoléon’s father, Deimos, a manager at the galactworks, before the Luminon’s saboteur can act.

While still on the run, Aoléon takes her pilot’s exam so she can join the Martian intergalactic exploration fleet. However, during the test-run, something goes horribly wrong. The two are put in a life-threatening situation and only Bizwat, Aoléon’s Procyon commando friend, can save them.

Gilbert finally gets his chance to learn to skyboard, but the lesson turns into a test of skill as he and Aoléon are chased by the Royal Paladin Guard.

Will they survive?

I know children love action and adventures. Well this book sure has it. I truly know it got a space in it as well. It wonderful. Pictures are done well. They seem to capture you to look at them. Aoleon and Gilbert find themselves trapped when Aoleon is taking her pilot exam.

They start there adventure when they are spying on Luminon. Can they warn her father about Galact saboteur can do any damage. What happens next is just the beginning for their adventure and it live treating. They seem to find something in the moon above Mars. Gilbert leans to sky-board. There more trouble ahead. They seem to have been found or they were being tracked.

They get back to Aoleon home and find it ransacked by who know who. They find Uri who had hidden from them. These people who were there took her mother and father. She tell her sister to stay with her Grandma. Pax shows up and tell him that Aoleon an Gilbert will need to escape while they can and need to go somewhere where they can get the help. Will they escape? You will need to read to find out.

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March 1, 2015

Sunday Post #11 - Mexico/Wedding

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
This is about your new from the past week or weeks. You can even share your new books that have arrived. Any things book related or blog related is and you tell abut what been doing in the past week or weeks depending when posted last.

Well, I am posting from Mexico, We arrived Friday 27, 2015. I went from freezing temps to 82 degrees. I am happy to enjoy my trip and also a family wedding. I will have pictures for you in a up and coming post this coming week. It will be back when I get home. Though back in the cold weather. Stay safe and warm.

2/22/15 - 2/28/15
  • Mailbox Monday # 23 (meme)
  • Mexico Trip 
  • Boost It Tuesday (Facebook Link up)
  • Sunday Post # 11 - Mexico - Wedding (meme)

Sign up: Open
You are able to sign up for the event. Signs up are open from February  26, 2015 though March 30, 2015. Rules are being created. I will soon create a donation page as well as a page for this event. You are able to copy the banners codes. They will be on "Reading 4 Autism"page created for this event.  Want to sign up to take part: Sign up. The event will be lunched April 1, 2015 and runs though April 31, 2015.

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February 28, 2015

February 2015 Wrap Up

February seem to have come and go. Today is the last day of the month and it is time for me to wrap on the books I have read for this month. What are you doing to get ready for February. I am away in Mexico, for a Wedding. Family event tomorrow. I have done sweet in getting 8 of 9 books read this month. The reviews that are done will be linked up for you.
My checklist of books read for the month of February.

Aoléon The Martian Girl PART TWO
Beyond All Dreams
The Children Return
The Beekeeper's Son
A Life of the Twentieth Century
How to Catch a Prince
A Heart's Disguise
Camelot Kids

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The reviews that got published/posted this month are the following "Aoléon The Martian Girl: A Science Fiction and Fantasy Saga - Part 2: The Luminess of Mars by Brent LeVasseur," "One Minute There + Giveaway by Max E. Stone," "The Monster that Ate My Socks by AJ Cosmo + Giveaway," "The Promise of Palm Grove by Shelley Shepard Gray," "Prophecy Revealed by Ron Hartman," "Beyond All Dreams by Elizabeth Camden", "A Secret Identity by Gayle Roper","The BeeKeeper's Son by Kelley Irvin" .

The Interviews that got published/posted this month are the following "Interviews Around the Globe with AJ Cosmo", "Interview Around the Globe with Stanley Morris", and "Interviews Around the Globe with Max E. Stone".

I have some reviews done for some of these books. I need to write reviews for some of them as well. I have some scheduled to be posted this coming month. I also have a few books to read in the up coming month as well. I have also got a few Interviews done this month as well. Here my checklist of Interviews that have been written for the month of February.

Interview with Stanley Morris
Interview with Joan Curtis
Interview with Rosemary Agonito
Interview with Angela Stevens
Interview with Krista Wagner
Interview with Rhoda Dettore
Interviews with Delali Norvor
Interviews with Kay Causer
Interviews with Roselyn Jewells

I have read of a total pages of 2,284 this month. So far this year I have read a total of 4,032 pages. I will be keeping track of the total of pages read during each month as for the year.

Reviews coming out next month are "A Life of the Twentieth Century", "Bright Fire", "How to Catch a Prince", "The Camelot Kids," "A Heart's Disguise". The interviews that will be coming out next month are "Interviews Around the Globe with Irene Evens."

Here are all my Book Tours, & Authors for this month: +Laura Fabiani iRead Book Tours, +Litfuse Publicity Group, +Colleen Coble, +Brent LeVasseur,

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February 26, 2015

Interview Around the Globe with Stanley Morris

Today we have a new Author. Stanley Morris is an author that contacted me to do an interview. Let welcome this new author to Interviews around the Globe.

I would like you to meet our newest author that wanted to try our feature. We welcome Stanley to our community. #Interviews, #Interviewsaroundtheglobe, #NRC

I'm Stan Morris, born in California, educated in New Mexico, and now living on the island of Maui. The photo was taken on vacation in South Dakota.

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Describe your *Latest/Recent* book in 20 Words or Less?
My most recent book was What's In My Shorts? which is a compilation of my short stories.

Where or how did you come up with the idea for your story (in this book)?
There are three main stories in this collection. The Qrim Chieftain is a fantasy about a barbarian chieftain who vows revenge on the princess who scorned him. San, the Amphibian is about an amphibian who acquires a servant girl from a planet with the unlikely name of Earth.
I honestly don't remember when or how these stories occurred to me.
The third story is New Friends. This was a self challenge to see if I could write a story that skirted the boundary between the sensual and the erotic.

How important are names to you in your book(s)? Do you choose the names based on liking the way it sounds or the meaning? Do you have any name choosing resources you that you?
The names I use are important. I used Gayiana so it could be changed by the chieftain to Gaysha and later to Gayshal. Each name designates her status; princess, slave girl, lover.
In San, I wanted names that suggested water, such as Splo and Flippi. In New Friends, from the beginning, I planned for Chastity, Faith, and Hope.

Which of your characters (in this book) is your favorite and Why?
Nilda the protagonist from New Friends is my favorite. Her story is that of a girl who hungers for friends and willingly comes under the domination of a couple of her classmates. But her need to love changes them. It was a joy to slowly evolve her.

Was there a certain scene *in this book* that was harder for you to write than others?
There are several disturbing scenes in New Friends, but the hardest to write was a scene in Qrim in which Gaysha exposes herself so her people will accept that they have a new barbarian leader. It was not easy to explain the justification for that.

If you could cast your characters in the Hollywood adaptation of your book, who would play your characters?
I don't know, but I was impressed by Elle Fanning's acting in Super 8. I also like the boy who plays Carl in The Walking Dead.

What was your favorite part to write and why? (Alternate Q: What is your least favorite part of the publishing / writing process?)
As with many writers, I do not enjoy the marketing process. I'm getting used to it, but it is difficult to get buzz for a book in the myriad of books presently being published. I use social media a lot.

Just as your books inspire authors, what authors have inspired you to write? (Alternate Q: If you didn't like writing books, what would you do for a living?, What writing advice do you have for other aspiring authors?
I have been inspired by many writers, but Robert Heinlein and Jayne Ann Krentz were the most important. Pamela Morisi writes books that treat religious characters sympathetically without comic book characterization, and I like that.

I have two pieces of advice for writers. First, always have more than one piece going, so you can switch if you are not in the mood to write about one. Second, if you plan to write a series, write at least two before publishing the first, and then make the first book free. This will help you get your name and book known to readers.

Do you read your reviews? Do you respond to them, good or bad? Do you have any advice on how to deal with the bad?
I read my reviews very carefully, and I take to heart constructive criticism. I'm not happy to have errors in my books, but I'm happy when readers bring those to my attention. I usually don't respond, but now and then, I give in to temptation.
A writer should ignore a review that amounts to name calling.

What are you working on now? What is your next project?
I'm presently working on three books in the Surviving the Fog series. These are Howard the Red, Douglas Lives, and Sasha and Kim. They are offshoots of Surviving the Fog, my most popular book.

Bonus Question: Characters often find themselves in situations they aren't sure they can get themselves out of. When was the last time you found yourself in a situation that was hard to get out of and what did you do?

I don't find myself in dangerous situation nowadays, but when I was young, I used to hitchhike. That was dangerous. I've been in cars with criminals, drug users, and sexual predators. I stayed cool and got out at the first opportunity.

Thank you for stopping by Interview Around the Globe. We have enjoyed your time. Thank you Stanley. I hope you see you back here at Nighttime Reading Center.

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February 25, 2015

Reading 4 Autism Sign Up

Hello, Bloggers and Readers:

I'm very excited to share with you a new event/feature that I'm organizing here at Nighttime Reading Center. It's for Autism, a cause I love to support. It's a book challenge called "Reading for Autism". You may have seen my banners in previous weeks. I have mentioned it since late in December of 2014.

I hope you decide to join me by participating. I would appreciate it very much. Both Laura Fabiani from iRead Book Tours and the author of Almost Perfect, Diane Daniels Manning will be supporting this event to raise funds for the Autism Foundation. For more information, please visit my sign-up page here. You will find all the rules there. Basically, for every book you read that is in some way related to Autism or Aspergers, you agree to donate a certain amount. You only need to read 1 book as the minimum and the amount you want to donate is up to you. It can be as small as $1 per book or feel free to be as generous as you like.

Our goal is to reach $200. You and even your family members are welcome to join and sign-up as well. Laura Fabiani will donate $1 for every sign up. Diane Daniels Manning will donate $5 for each "Almost Perfect" book bought through my and Laura Fabiani's blog.

So join us and help us support the Autism Foundation!

Thank you!
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