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Author Nadia Riell was the winner of the Book Title Contest back in June. She won a slot in this Release Party! So, may I present a beloved friend:
INSPIRING CHILDHOOD, INSPIRING LIFE
Perspectives on Love, Encouragement and Reaching Potential
A Conversational Book of Inspirations by Nadia Riell
Living life whether you’re growing up, already grown up or also in the role of parenting, is certainly not a perfect science. There isn’t a “one size fits all” formula to follow in order to achieve success or happiness in life, yet most of us want to achieve it.
So begins this intentionally compact collection that mirrors the short conversations and simple words that can inspire our lives, from children to adults. As love, friendship, choices and experiences we face impact our world, they are also thought provoking in how we view the world and see ourselves in it.
Refreshing like a quick hug, smile or a pat on the back, this book offers encouragement and joy for reaching potential through life’s lessons, hopes and dreams.
About the Author
Nadia Riell is author of Inspiring Childhood, Inspiring Life, Perspectives on Love, Encouragement and Reaching Potential; as well as an inspirational stories columnist for Examiner.com. Also a film and media stylist, Nadia’s worked for companies such as Disney and DreamWorks.She loves discussing stories from culture, films and books, as well as the ever present questions surrounding Sam eating green eggs and ham. Nadia and her family live in Washington State where they spend time enjoying the beach, the outdoors, and good stories.
Visit Nadia’s website: www.nadiariell.com for book and column information.
Contact Information: email@example.com
Just a reminder: One person who “likes” Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic on Amazon will win a free ebook. Also, one person who “tags” Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic on Amazon will win a free ebook (Yes, you can do that without owning it.) If that wasn’t enough, one person who clicks “This was Helpful” on a review of Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic on Amazon will win a free ebook.
Just a reminder: Those who like Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic and/or Kate Policani on Facebook between Oct 26th and Oct 28th will be entered for a chance to win one of 3 free ebooks. 1 entry for each page liked!
Book Trailer Music
Matthew Swegsda is the fabulous musician who supplied the music for the book trailer for Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic. I discovered this 27-year-old Scottish singer/songwriter’s music on soundclick.com and it fit perfectly. I think it has just the right tone and style.
Learn more about Matt:
Matt’s Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Mattjam3
Matt’s music on Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/mattjam3
Matt’s debut track on Youtube:
At SPRU, Colleen learns some pretty crazy terms for amazing things she didn’t think existed.
Glossary of Terms
Mag-O – The nickname for Colleen’s Dorm
Skupdyn – A regular person, nonmagical
Sproo – A nickname for SPRU, Seattle Pacific Regional University
Teimnydduus – People who can manipulate Tximar and use it to manipulate Txen
Teimnydd – The Txenar of a Teimnyddus, used to manipulate the world around them
Txenarjuma – Tapestry of energy
Txenar – Energy thread
Tximarshu – River of life power
Tximar – Free-flowing life power
Tximonni – Life power fortune, a tendency for events to progress to benefit a Teimnydduus because of positive Teimnydd energy
Vrevzirma – Time Sight, the ability to see the future
Vrevzirmaocht – Time seer, one who has the ability to see the future
Vyxheuus – Pocket dimension, a small dimension outside our own
Vyxhepiocht – User of pocket dimension
Ysizao – Controlling spirit of unknown nature that responds to spells
What is the Fabulous Five?
It’s a way to win a paperback of Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic! One person who completes the “Fabulous Five”, five different ebook-winning activities, will win a paperback.
The activities you can participate in are:
- Follow @KPtwitrnovel on Twitter.
- Like Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic and/or Kate Policani on Facebook between Oct 26th and Oct 28th. Each one counts for one of 5.
- Re-post of any of my posts about the Release Party on Facebook.
- “Like” Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic on Amazon.
- “Tag” Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic on Amazon (Yes, you can do that without owning it.)
- Click “This was Helpful” on a review of Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic on Amazon.
- “Add” Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic on Goodreads.
Do any of these five things and get five entries for an ebook and one for a paperback. Fabulous!
Are you ready for another review? Tima’s review is live now. Thank you Tima for the review!
Please visit Tima’s review here: http://bloodgifted.blogspot.com.au/2012/10/a-fellow-writers-release-party-kate.html
For the last seventeen years Tima taught English and History in a high school in southern Sydney. Before taking up teaching she was a practicing archaeologist, working on several digs around the world.
Two years ago she resigned teaching and surrendered to the itch of writing. After many years of reading and correcting students’ creative writing tasks and essays, she decided it was time to write her own.
Review by Laura Pfundt
A big thank you to Laura Pfundt for a generous review! Please read Laura’s review here: http://quillwielder.com/2012/10/27/book-review-dont-judge-a-book-by-its-magic/#comment-1824
Kathleen is the illustrious editor of Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic as well as The Lustre. God willing, she’ll be the editor of many more of my books! Kathleen is a funny and clever gal who I met here in Seattle, but who has since moved to California and then Las Vegas. It’s a good thing she’s flexible! That benefited my writing this time too, because I tried a completely new style for me. She did a fantastic job and I really appreciate all her hard work.
Kathleen has been editing for more than 8 years and earned a University of Washington Extension Editing Certificate in 2009. She has written and edited accreditation documents and manuals, and edited content for workandworship.com and the Mars Hill Ballard blog. She has beautified writing of all kinds from term papers, resumes, a policy and procedure manual to the parenting book Inspiring Childhood, Inspiring Life in addition to her fabulous work on The Lustre and Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic.
Her thoughts on her career: “I like to edit all kinds of writing, from instruction manuals to novels. I love that I learn a little bit about a wide variety of subjects, such as education, theology, sociology, the medical industry, parenting, mythical creatures, etc. (This is one of the best things about being a freelancer…I know a little about a lot, haha!)”
Kathleen enjoys reading, traveling, relaxing on the beach, and spending time with friends and family. She lives with her husband and two children in Newport Beach, California. (I can also always get her to forward snarky photos on Facebook about grammar and the English language!)
For more information and to hire her (hypnotic suggestion), visit her site! http://kathleenfberg.webs.com
Please read her review of Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic here: http://kathleenfberg.webs.com/apps/blog/show/17853125-don-t-judge-a-book-by-its-magic
Review by Rebecca Graf: A Book Lover’s Library
Thank you, Rebecca, for the lovely review! I’m glad you were finally able to connect with the main character and that you enjoyed the book!
Please read Rebecca’s review here: http://www.abookloverslibrary.com/paranormal.html
Only one week until the Virtual Launch Party!
Were you thinking of participating but weren’t sure? Now is your chance! Visit the party page to see how you can join in. Guests of all kinds are welcome, and I’ll announce your guest posts via the party page and my blog.
to the Virtual Release Party for Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic.
This online soiree will feature contests, giveaways, freebies, featured reviewers, guest books, and a great celebration of the people who made the first book of my first series possible.
Yes, it’s all online! Visit when you like, participate, and have fun, all without any tiresome travel or diet-busting treats. Anything you want to know about what’s happening is right here: http://katepolicani.com/release-party/
The party will last for three days from Oct 26-28 here at katepolicani.com. Please join in the fun!