Thursday, February 25, 2016

Celebrating Stephanie Faris's Cover Reveal: A Book My Granddaughter Would Like



I'm joining others this week in celebrating Stephanie Faris's new Piper Morgan Series and Cover reveal for Book 3 in the series:

Piper Morgan to the Rescue

When I first learned about Stephanie's character Piper, I thought of my spunky eight-year-old granddaughter Liza and her family's menagerie of pets. At one time I counted 3 dogs, 2 cats, 2 birds, one frog, and a beta fish. Oh, and I probably missed a hamster somewhere in the mix.

Their household changes with the seasons, and some of their pets have been adopted too. Their home could easily be an animal shelter, because, like Piper, they love animals. I plan to share the series with Liza. The story is endearing, and isn't the cover a delight to the eye? I just love the bright colors.

Read Book Blurb Here...

Piper Morgan to the Rescue: Piper helps some four-legged friends find the perfect home in the third book of the brand-new Piper Morgan series.


Piper is super excited to help out at Bark Street, a local animal shelter in town. Who wouldn’t want to be surrounded by adorable puppies and dogs all day? And when Piper sees Taffy, the cutest dog she has ever seen, Piper is determined to find a way to bring Taffy home. But it won’t be easy—especially when she finds out someone else wants to make Taffy a part of their family, too!


Release Dates

--PIPER MORGAN JOINS THE CIRCUS (Simon & Schuster/Aladdin, August 2016)
(Click on title if interested in an advanced reviewer copy. Stephanie is giving away a free copy through the 28th)
--PIPER MORGAN IN CHARGE (Simon & Schuster/Aladdin, August 2016)

--PIPER MORGAN TO THE RESCUE 


Bio:
Stephanie Faris knew she wanted to be an author from a very young age. In fact, her mother often told her to stop reading so much and go outside and play with the other kids. After graduating from Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science in broadcast journalism, she somehow found herself working in information technology. But she never stopped writing.

Stephanie is the Simon & Schuster author of 30 Days of No Gossip and 25 Roses, as well as the upcoming Piper Morgan series. When she isn’t crafting fiction, she writes for a variety of online websites on the topics of business, technology, and her favorite subject of all—fashion. She lives in Nashville with her husband, a sales executive.



Links:
Website
Blog
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram


I wanted to add that I appreciate Stephanie's professionalism. She made it easy to share her book series and cover reveal on my blog. She emailed me a Press kit, complete with Book jacket, Head shot, Blurb about her book/series, Bio, other Books published, and Links.  

   

Congratulations, Stephanie. Wishing you the best of success!!






On another note, this is Celebrate the Small Things Friday. I haven't been keeping up that much, but I still love the simplicity of this lovely blog hop. As I spent most of this week fighting a nasty cold, today I'm celebrating a clean bill of health. 

I've neglected my writing, but I did manage to finish our taxes (just need to mail) and especially enjoyed the sunshine today. It's in the 50s here and the warm air (when out of wind) feels glorious. 

Happy Weekend Everyone!



Celebrate the Small Things: To join, please visit Lexa's Blog for the rules. We post every Friday about something we are grateful for that week. It can be about writing, family, school, general life or whatever.

10 comments:

  1. It's a cute cover.
    Sorry you've had a cold, Sharon.

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  2. Thank you so much for hosting me, Sharon! Liza sounds adorable!!! I think pet ownership teaches a child so much.

    And yes, I try to make it as easy as possible for you guys. I learned that from a few great bloggers, Medeia is one--she rocks a blog tour! I've come to the point where I groan when I see a blogger has hired a person to handle their blog tour because those people seem to often act like they're doing the bloggers a favor by letting us promote the author. They're so inflexible...I try to make it a full week and give you choices in what you want to do!

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    1. Be flexible, aim for a week, and keep it simple for other bloggers. I like that! And good to know for future reference.

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  3. The book does look like a hit with the kids. It is one that children will choose versus the parent which translates to it will be read.

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  4. I love Stephanie's cover too, especially Piper's wild red hair! It's sounds like your granddaughter will love the book. Yay for finishing your taxes, great weather, and recovering from that nasty cold. Thanks a lot for posting for the hop!! :)

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  5. Nice to catch up again and a great feature on Stephanie's new book and its appealing cover. Have a great weekend :) Special Teaching at Pempi’s Palace

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  6. That's such a cute cover. Congrats to Stephanie on her new book! Great celebrations this week! Glad to hear that cold is gone. Enjoy your weekend!

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