This week I hooked up with a generously quirky squirrel for some acorn stew and giggles. Please welcome Joey Paul!
# 1 - The 7 ‘need to know’ details:
Author Name: Joey Paul
Book: Destination: Unknown
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Mystery
Where to Buy Link: http://amzn.to/1TxqXo1
#2 - Describe this book in 7, individual, words.
Ghost, Past, Future, Murder, History, Mystery, Teen
#3 - Describe your personality in 7, individual, words.
Weird, Quirky, Loyal, Funny, Imaginative, Creative, Generous
(Quirky/Funny meets Goofy/Funny. Laughing in the ole oak tree can be dangerous, so we strapped ourselves in. Nuts aren't the only things that can fall out of trees.)
#4 - Pretend you have just finished reading this book and in 7 sentences, describe your feelings. GO!
The historical elements made me feel like I was actually there.
I wanted to keep reading as the mystery unfolded, my curiosity was peaked.
(Ahhh, a curious squirrel indeed. Good thing we aren't cats, because...well...we all know what happens to curious kitties.)
I was rooting for Harriet and Dot the whole way through.
(I have my pom poms. Where's the party?)
This book was: amazing, funny, inspirational & engaging.
My heart broke for Dot and her family, and Harriet made me feel like I was there with them.
The story drove forward and took my emotions with it.
The ending was amazingly done and made me cry!
(No! Not the tears! Funny doesn't cry! Gasp! SOB!!!!)
#5 - Rewrite a major scene in this book, in 7 words. Can be connected as in a sentence or individual.
There's a ghost in my table. Why?
(My table is running away. Come back, table! You have my breakfast! Ah nuts!)
#6 - In 7 sentences, tell me what you are writing, or working on, now?
Dystopian fiction where life has a limit.
The second of the three books.
The war or revolution has to start somewhere.
And on the other side.
New series where pain is felt.
A take on an empath gift.
With a teen girl who already has enough pain.
(More tear jerkers, quirky funny squirrel? You and me need to talk.)
#7 - Name 7 Indie Authors whose work you have read and enjoyed. If you haven’t read 7; shame on you.
Lindy Spencer: http://www.lindyspencer.com/
Jana Petken: https://janapetkenauthor.com/
Lucinda Clarke: https://lucindaeclarke.wordpress.com/
Hemmie Martin: http://wintergoosepublishing.com/authors/hemmie-martin/
Diana J Febry: https://www.facebook.com/DianaJFebry/
And there you have it, folks; in a nutshell. All of Joey's links are at a click, so check her out and meet me, Angel M., at the ole oak tree every weekend for another installment of #SQUIRREL!
If you are an author and would like to be squirreled, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and say "heck yeah, I want into the nut house". My goal is to post a new #SQUIRREL every week through 2017 and beyond, if there is enough interest.