Mr. Love & Mrs. You & Their Wonderful Planet


This weeks Author Profile is Mr. Martin Small,Author of Mr. Love & Mrs. You & Their Wonderful Planet Martin Small is a man that's lived with Dyslexia all his life and now wants to work with dyslexic kids. ck out his kickstarter page and see for yourself his determination to help these children. In our modern world of smartphones and iPads, I think it’s really important to keep face-to-face storytelling alive. Reading a story together is such a special moment that makes the bond … [Continue reading...]

Anya and the Power Crystal


ANYA and the Power Crystal      Book two of the Cupolian Series       A Fantasy Novel for Young Adults by  N.A. Cauldron   Unfortunately I did not read Anya and the Secrets of Cupola which is the first book in this very entertaining fantasy novel adventure. I don't think it really mattered but it always nice to be familiar with the characters and their back story. Never the less it was quite easy to get into  book two. Just a quick note here to help YOU understand, … [Continue reading...]

Writing for Children and Young Adults Release Day Book Reveal


    Writing for Children and Young Adults by Marion Crook Self-Counsel Press Reference series Available Sept 20 2016 Telling stories is an ancient skill practiced in public at community festivals,around the campfire, in religious rites, and in private at the cradles of the young. It involves an innate ability to pick dramatic words in […]

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  PRINCESS JOSEPHINE & the            Rainbow Dragon Anyone can marry a Prince or prick their finger on a spinning wheel.but you can tell a real princess because she thinks about things. I think we have a message here.There are a few of those subtle little messages the author tries to get across Like […]

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An Author Interview with Arthur Brood : The Mud Hole & The Snow Car


An Author Interview with Arthur Brood Thank you for the opportunity to share my books with you. The Snow Car is a sequel to The Mud Hole  so the two books follow the same story line. I will answer some of the questions for the two books together, however most of my answers will be […]

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An Interview with Andria M. Redlin, author of For Her Courage

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An Interview with: Andria M. Redlin, author of                                                       For Her Courage   For Her Courage  , which is the first in the Holly Hollow Tales series, available in paperback or e-format on, www.barnes&, and elsewhere. Ok Andria lets get to it Bookroomreviews                             Twenty Questions… 1. Where or how did you come up with the idea […]

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Bossy Flossy by Paulette Bogan {A Book Review}


    The Importance of Reading to Your Child by Paulette Bogan Bossy Flossy by Paulette Bogan {A Book Review}Guest post and Giveaway… Reading with your child is a time to bond and cuddle and laugh and fall asleep or, wake up! It’s a time to see your child light up at the pictures or […]

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A Better Night’s Sleep Giveaway! 3 Winners! $210 TRV

So folks how have you been sleeping? Sometimes it takes more tham drugs or even a good book and a glass of wine to get some ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ’s A Better Night’s Sleep Giveaway! 3 Winners! $210 TRV! Sponsored By: Mellanni & Milltown Merchants Hosted By: Love, Mrs. Mommy Co-Hosted By: Heartbeats ~ Soul StainsMamatheFox *3* Lucky Winners Will […]

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Doing Germany book 2 by Agnieszka Paletta – a Book Review

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  Doing Germany book 2                                                     by Agnieszka Paletta She’s BAAAAACK Yep! that’s right the lovely lady that brought us DOING GERMANY has come back with you guessed it Doing Germany book 2 Agnieszka Paletta was born in Poland, raised in Canada, fell in love with Italy then moved to Germany. DOING GERMANY book two  […]

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Dillen Smith: The Knighthood (The Adventures of Dillen Smith Book 1)a Time Travel adventure

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An Interview with:  Gwendolyn Sheys Author of Dillen Smith: The Knighthood (The Adventures of Dillen Smith Book 1)       on Amazon’s bestseller list for Teen and Young Adult Time Travel E book   Thirteen year old Dillen Smith felt out of place among his peers.  His shy, reticent and quiet nature set him apart from […]

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The Wish Rider

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The Wish Rider         An Interview with Barbara Casey Author of THE WISH RIDER 1. Where or how did you come up with the idea for this book and series? I was doing some research for another book when I came across information about the Voynich Manuscript, considered the most mysterious manuscript […]

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Children’s books and Their Future Influence

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Children’s Books and Their Future Influence By Susanne Loxton   Reading is one of my favorite ways to spend a few free hours. I remember reading many stories with my mom and siblings as a little girl. Story time is special not only because of the closeness it fosters between parent and child, but the […]

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Bellema Breast Pump Giveaway

Win a  Bellema Breast Pump Another great giveaway for our readership here at Bookroomreviews.Now I know there must be a few new Mommies out there. Enter to win a Bellema Professional Care Effective Double Electric Breast Pump Giveaway! Retails at $199  Bellema is committed to providing superior quality breast pumps and breastfeeding accessories to enhance mothers […]

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Top 11 Ways to Help Your Kids Love Reading

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    Top 11 Ways to Help Your Kids Love Reading By Sarah Brodoway Children of any age can be difficult and stubborn when it comes to reading. A lot of children don’t see how fun reading can be and would rather be active in their play. But it’s so beneficial to children to instill […]

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Back to School Giveaway

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   I always told my kids it’s the Hap,Hap, Happiest time of the year… They never did appreciate that 🙂 then again with that Back to School time is all that back to school shopping. It does get expensive. Yep the kids are goin’ back to school after being in the house all summer. So […]

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How to Enjoy a Baseball Game If You Are Not a Fan

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How to Enjoy a Baseball Game If You Are Not a Fan   I happen to be a HUGE Baseball fan but alas many people find it a boring and slow game.But going to a game can still be a fun family outing… The title itself will sound funny for millions of people, yet there […]

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Back To School In Style Grand Prize Giveaway

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This post contains affiliate links if clicked on I may receive a small commission to support this blog. Are you ready???   It’s back to School time.                     WooHoo ! Time to hit the mall with all that back to school shopping well here’s a little help- We’ve combined with a bunch of other Blogs […]

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Finding Winnie: the true story of the world’s most famous bear:Winnie-the-Pooh

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“Finding Winnie: the true story of the world’s most famous bear,” by Lindsay Mattick, Sophie Blackall A Book Review by Alexandra Roth When I was in high school, we had to do a project on something Canadian that made some sort of impact in the world. I did mine on the story of Winnie-the-Pooh and […]

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Sovereignty by Anjenique Hughes: a book Review a Dystopian Novel


 Sovereignty                            by Anjenique Hughes         Writing for Young Adults                                                   By Anjenique Hughes I particularly love writing for YA, because they are the future. Young Adults can be some of the most hilarious and fun people to hang around. They are insightful. They are intriguing. They keep things real. Therefore, books written for […]

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The Stumps of Flattop Hill : Book Review , ghost stories


The Stumps of Flattop Hill                                                                              or The Curious Flower girl of the Town Down Below A Story by Kenneth Kit Lamug “They dared, declared that Florence was scared, to enter the house on Flattop Hill.” Going camping soon? Do you like cool spooky ghost stories for the Dark Night by the Campfire? Well then […]

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