Friday, December 4, 2020

The Search for the Scepter by Julie Dinges - Book Tour + Giveaway

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the THE SEARCH FOR THE SCEPTER by Julie Dinges Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!

 About The Book:

Title: THE SEARCH FOR THE SCEPTER

Author: Julie Dinges & Nazar Horokhivskyi (Illustrator)

Pub. Date: December 1, 2020

Publisher: Mascot Books

Formats: Hardcover, eBook

Pages: 38

Find it:  GoodreadsAmazonB&N, TBDBookshop.org, Signed copy

When Princesses Rosalie and Scarlet went to bed on a breezy summer night, they didn’t expect to awake to such a fright. Their father, the King’s, scepter was taken by a thief.

The royal family was in utter disbelief. The princesses sneak out of bed and find a small clue. There mission is clear, they know what they must do. Along their journey, they meet friends who help them track the thief down. Will they find him and return the scepter to their father who wears the crown?

Print a coloring page of Princess Rosalie, Princess Scarlet and the Thief!

 

Official Book Trailer:


Guest Post

•             How did you select an illustrator?

o             I knew I wanted Nazar to be my illustration immediately. I looked through many many portfolios and kept coming back to his. Because he’s so extremely talented, I had to wait until his schedule opened up before he had time for my book. He was so worth the wait!

•             What’s your favorite scene in the book?

o             This is a hard question! I truly love all of the magical creatures in each scene but if I had to choose one, it’s actually pages 1-4. These pages set up the entire book and introduce the main characters—two girls who are so determined to find the thief. At this point the reader realizes the princesses are going on a journey for which they will need to be very brave. There’s a lot of personal touches Nazar included in the illustrations for these first two pages as well, like the pictures of my dogs.

 

About Julie: 

Julie Dinges lives in Ohio with her husband, two daughters, one dog, and several fish. She loves being outside, cooking, traveling, watching science fiction movies, and reading fantasy books to her girls.

Julie spent many years as a technical writer before shifting focus to website design.

One of Julie’s greatest ambitions was to write a book. She is excited to share her first published creation, and hopes it sparks imagination and inspiration for all who read of the princesses’ quest.

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Find out about Nazar Horokhivskyi (Illustrator) Here!

 

Giveaway Details:

1 winner will win a signed copies of the THE SEARCH FOR THE SCEPTER, US Only.


Tour Schedule:

Week One:

12/1/2020

@minnesota_mailer

Review/Instagram Stop

12/1/2020

Locks, Hooks and Books     Review

12/2/2020

A Dream Within A Dream

Guest Post

12/2/2020

YA Book Nerd

Review

12/3/2020

Twirling Book Princess

Review

12/3/2020

Jenguerdy

Review/Instagram Stop

12/4/2020

Jazzy Book Reviews

Guest Post

12/4/2020

Two Chicks on Books

Excerpt

12/5/2020

Little Red Reads

Excerpt

 

Week Two:

12/6/2020

Seeing Double In Neverland

Guest Post

12/6/2020

Seeing Double In Neverland

Instagram Feature

12/7/2020

The Momma Spot

Review

12/7/2020

The Momma Spot

Instagram Post

12/7/2020

Future Bookworms

Instagram Post

12/8/2020

Gimme The Scoop Reviews

Review

12/8/2020

gimmethescoopreviews

Instagram Post

12/9/2020

Momfluenster

Instagram Stop/Review

12/10/2020

Rajiv's Reviews

Review

12/11/2020

BookHounds YA

Excerpt

12/11/2020

BookHounds YA

Instagram Post

12/12/2020

Westveil Publishing

Review

 

Week Three:

12/13/2020

@Fictitious.fox

Review

12/14/2020

Lifestyle of Me

Review

12/15/2020

Jrsbookreviews

Review

12/15/2020

two points of interest

Review


2 comments:

  1. Thank you Jazzy Book Reviews for allowing me to be part of your blog community!

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