Finding Uncle Newton Blog Tour

Finding Uncle Newton JustRead Blog Tour Welcome to the Blog Tour for Finding Uncle Newton and his Nemesis by Douglas P. Cornelius, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

ABOUT THE BOOK

Finding Uncle NewtonTitle: Finding Uncle Newton and his Nemesis Author: Douglas P. Cornelius Publisher: Gatekeeper Press Release Date: March 15, 2021 Genre: Middle Grade/Teen Historical Fiction (age 13-17)

She is outgoing, but orphaned. He is introverted, but a world-renowned scientist. Would moving in with Uncle Isaac Newton work? When his head was always in a book or the Bible? Teen-aged Catherine Barton tries desperately to connect, so seeks a match for her energy in the London coffeehouses. That women were not welcome there in the late 1690’s would not stop her, and she does find promising boyfriend John. Meanwhile, Uncle Isaac, as new Warden of the Mint, has his own challenges—nabbing counterfeiters, including the notorious, William Chaloner. He enlists Catherine to spy at the coffeehouse, and she welcomes the bond—all until boyfriend John gets implicated in a counterfeiting scheme. Then a case of smallpox, a pandemic scourge that had killed millions just decades earlier, sends her off to dreaded isolation in the countryside. And Uncle Isaac’s battle to nab the devious Chaloner turns into a challenging chess match. Will famous scientist Newton be embarrassed by a scofflaw from the street? Will Catherine ever find her true connection? Based on actual historical events and people. Author is a prior recipient of Moonbeam and Illumination Awards for books for faith-driven teens.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Douglas Cornelius

Illumination and Moonbeam award-winning author Douglas P. Cornelius hails from the Twin Cities, MN. He began writing after careers at Target, Ameriprise, and 3M. A Cornell University graduate, his hope is to reveal the lives of impactful Christian figures through story, rather than biography. Doug has been married for 45 years and has two children, three grandchildren, cat Selah, and new puppy Scout.

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(1) winner will receive a print copy of Finding Uncle Newton and his Nemesis, winner’s choice of another book by the author, and a $25 Amazon gift card!

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Author Interview

  1. What led you to write faith books for teens?

As I entered retirement, writing had a great appeal to me as something constructive to take on. God nudged me to tell the faith-based stories I’d missed growing up. How many people know how important world-renowned scientist Isaac Newton’s faith was to him? I didn’t until the last few years. I figured I could write to reveal those nuggets about him, as well people like Bonhoeffer, W. W. Brown, and E. Lovejoy.

  • How did you research the facts in the book?

I read a great deal from two voluminous biographies: Priest of Nature by R. Iliffe and In the Presence of the Creator by G. Christianson, as well as additional stories to provide texture and flavor such as Newton and the Counterfeiter by T. Levenson.

  • Do you plan to write more historical books?

Historical fiction for MG/YA is my niche, and I hope to get inspired to keep at it (as well as stay healthy, God willing, as I had some major heart issues two years ago, with a long recovery.) A story about Mother Theresa is in its infancy.

  • You have a variety of former careers.  Did you always want to write?

The desire to write came late in my life. I began as a history teacher, but a family business pulled me into a business career, and I spent most of my time negotiating contracts. I had always been complimented on my business writing, but never pursued writing as a career. Now, liberated from the dry language of contracts, I’ve relished learning new writing skills, and am pleased I can combine that with the latent desire to still teach.

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My Review

This emotional and dramatic story is centered around the life of Allison. She’s an innocent, sheltered young lady who has fallen for Westley. They haven’t dated long, but one night he casually asks her to be his wife. She accepts and is thrilled to be engaged to him. As this story is set in the 1970’s, Allison’s parents are very old-fashioned. Allison has committed to marrying as a virgin. Her parents are of the era when women must do whatever their husband says.

Westley and Allison plan to marry soon. Westley has a long-range plan and marrying Allison is the main part of the plan. The book spends a great amount of time discussing how they are lusting after each other and can’t wait to be married. They don’t spend much time really getting to know each other and she is missing out on some big red flags.

Westley has secrets. One of those is his one-night-stand which resulted in an illegitimate daughter named Michelle. He hasn’t told Ali nor his parents. He decides to tell his parents the night before the wedding. His brother knows and tells Westley that he must tell Ali, because it’s not fair to hide it from her. Right before the wedding Ali’s mom tells her to obey Westley and not embarrass her parents.

After the wedding Westley tells his new innocent young bride. She is devastated but decides to follow her mother’s advice. Although Westley tells her that he’s going to try and get custody of Michelle, he doesn’t even ask Ali about it. He makes all the decisions on his own and expects her to raise Michelle as their child.

He doesn’t actually get full custody of her because the mother isn’t unfit, though she is of very low character. An older professor at a college in Atlanta spots her as an easy target. He’s had other mistresses and now wants Cindi to be his new mistress. He succeeds and he and Cindi have an apartment together. This relationship is discussed in detail in the book.

There are many dramas that occur as the book continues. The various characters speak throughout the book so that you can see what’s happening from their perspective. Ali begins to love Michelle as her own daughter, but worries about her when she is under the influence of such a poor example in her mother, Cindi. You can read the rest of the book and find out how everything turns out for Westley and Ali and all the other characters. Will Ali have a child of her own? Will the other characters find God, or will they continue to make terrible decisions in their lives?

One Big Canvas Awareness Tour

This review posted in partnership with The Children’s Book Review and the REED Foundation for Autism.

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ABOUT THE BOOKS

One Big Canvas: The Masterpiece

Written by Jay Miletsky

Illustrated by Luis Peres

Ages 3-9 | 24 Pages

Publisher: New Paige Press | ISBN-13: 978-0578496382

Publisher’s Synopsis: Join a spunky collection of paintbrushes as they set out to create a grand masterpiece.

When some of the brushes don’t cooperate, is it because they are misbehaving…or is there another reason entirely? In this story, young readers are introduced to some of the behavioral differences in their autistic peers.

Without ever mentioning any particular challenge or disability by name, this story helps children recognize and understand what autism is, and impress upon them the importance of showing kindness to those who are different, wrapped into a fun story with lighthearted, engaging characters.

They worked through the day, then stopped and admired,

the wisdom their now-painted canvas inspired:

their painting was perfect, It all meshed just fine,

with its colorful circles, and angry green line.

It was a true masterpiece, not one thing was wrong,

including the hum of their single-note song.

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One Big Canvas: The Molding of Clay

Written by Jay Miletsky

Illustrated by Luis Peres

Ages 3-9 | 24 Pages

Publisher: New Paige Press | ISBN-13: 978-0578496382

Publisher’s Synopsis: The brushes are back! Join Reese, Estelle and the rest of the gang in the art studio in another adventure as they learn the value of kindness and understanding.

When Clay comes to visit from the other side of the art studio, the brushes are excited to welcome their friend. But when a few of the brushes start acting differently, Clay needs to be reminded that it’s important to be accepting:

“Some brushes are different, so we like to remind,

it’s kind to be caring, so take care to be kind.”

Will Clay leave the brushes in frustration, or will he learn to mold his thinking as he comes to understand and accept that brushes have different abilities and challenges? Without ever mentioning autism or any particular disability, The Molding of Clay helps introduce children to the behavioral differences of their autistic peers, creating an opportunity for discussion. It helps teachers and parents impress upon them the importance of understanding, acceptance and kindness, through a fun, lighthearted story with quirky and colorful characters.

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ABOUT THE FOUNDATION

The REED Foundation for Autism is committed to providing individuals with autism the opportunity to learn, live, work and thrive at every stage of their lives. For more information, please visit https://www.reedfoundationforautism.org.

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April 23The Children’s Book Reviewhttps://www.thechildrensbookreview.com/Book Review
April 24Over Coffee Conversationshttps://gmarcianoblogs.wordpress.comBeyond the Book Activity
April 25Mommy Ramblingshttp://www.MommyRamblings.orgBook Review
April 26Life Is What It’s Calledlifeiswhatitscalled.blogspot.comBook Review
April 27Crafty Moms Sharehttps://www.craftymomsshare.com/Book Review
April 28Barbara Ann Mojica’s Bloghttps://bamauthor.meBook Review
April 29A Dream Within A Dreamhttp://adreamwithindream.blogspot.comBook Review
April 30Book Bug Cahttps://bookbugca.wordpress.com/Book Review
May 3JrsbookreviewsHttp://www.jrsbookreviews.comBook Review
May 4Heart to Hearttynea-lewis.comBook Review
May 5Fairview Elementary School (Library)https://fveslibrary.blogspot.com/Book Review
May 6Lisa’s Readinghttps://lisasreading.comBook Review
May 7icefairy’s Treasure Chesthttp://icefairystreasurechest.blogspot.com/Book Review
May 10Confessions of a Book Addicthttp://www.confessionsofabookaddict.comBook Giveaway
May 11The Children’s Book Reviewhttps://www.thechildrensbookreview.com/Book Review
May 12Satisfaction for Insatiable Readershttps://insatiablereaders.blogspot.comBook Review
May 13The Children’s Book Reviewhttps://www.thechildrensbookreview.com/Beyond the Book Activity

My Review

The Reed Foundation for Autism is promoting the One Big Canvas series. These books are wonderfully written and illustrated and have a theme of being kind and understanding of those who are different. The book’s characters are paint brushes and a lump of clay. Each paint brush has it’s own name and personality. Some of these brushes have symptoms of autism. When “Clay” comes to visit he notices that various brushes are displaying odd symptoms. He asks why. One of the brushes always replies with a kind and caring explanation.

These brushes respond to humming, rocking, or outbursts with understanding and patience. These books are great for teaching children to understand and be kind to anyone who is different. When the paint brushes are considerate of the needs of their fellow brushes, a masterpiece is the result. The One Big Canvas needs all the different brushes to participate in order to create a masterpiece. This series definitely paints a beautiful picture.

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Enter for a chance to win a ‘One Big Canvas’ book series prize pack!

One (1) grand prize winner receives:

  • A hardcover copy of One Big Canvas: The Masterpiece
  • A hardcover copy of One Big Canvas: The Molding of Clay
  • A $50 Amazon gift card

Two (2) winners receive:

  • A hardcover copy of One Big Canvas: The Masterpiece
  • A hardcover copy of One Big Canvas: The Molding of Clay

The giveaway begins April 23, 2021, at 12:01 A.M. MT, and ends May 23, 2021, at 11:59 P.M. MT.

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Falling for Another Darcy Book Blitz

Falling for Another Darcy
Kate O’Keeffe
(Love Manor, #3)
Publication date: May 5th 2021
Genres: Adult, Comedy, Women’s Fiction

Don’t miss this laugh-out-loud, heart-warming final instalment in the Love Manor romantic comedy series for fans of Sophie Kinsella’s Shopaholic series, Sinéad Moriarty, and Bridget Jones’s Diary.

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the baby carriage. Right?

That’s the way the song goes, anyway. For Emma Brady, marrying her Mr. Darcy was a road to happiness that is about to take a sharp turn to trouble. Creating a tiny Mr. Darcy isn’t exactly proving to be easy. Sure, being newly-weds mean they’re more than happy to give it a good shot, but as time ticks along, Emma and Sebastian’s efforts come to nothing.

It’s time to call in the big guns.

For Emma, that means mood swings, hot flashes, ovulation kits, and more needles than a haystack. Add that to an increasingly-disapproving granny, and Sebastian and Emma’s love is being put to the test in a way they never saw coming.

Will they get the family they so desperately want? And will their love survive? Or will Emma’s fairy tale ending with her Mr. Darcy slip between her fingers?

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EXCERPT:

“You looked so sexy in those wellies,” he murmurs, referring to my rubber boots. “Do you think I could get a private viewing of you in those and…let’s say nothing else?”

“Nothing else? Sebastian Huntington-Ross, I am deeply outraged.”

“Are you now?” he asks with a laugh that rumbles through me.

“I didn’t know you’ve got a thing for gardeners.”

“Actually,” he says with another kiss that has my head spinning, “I’ve got a thing for my hot Texan wife.”

“I’m guessing you’ll want me to team a ten-gallon hat with those wellies, huh?”

“Now we’re talking.”

As he reaches under my top and slides his hands up my bare back, sending a jolt of anticipation through me, I hear the creak of the door and look up in surprise to see not only Sebastian’s mom, but his granny with disapproving look on her lined face.

Not that this is anything new. The day that woman gives me a look that’s not disapproving I think I might faint from shock.

I instantly dismount Sebastian and readjust my top in an attempt not to appear as though we were about to engage in, well, marital activity. We might be a newly married couple who do what newly married couples do, but getting caught out by my mother-in-law and judgmental grandmother-in-law still puts a halt to proceedings pretty quick. As you would expect.

“Mother, Granny,” Sebastian says in a surprisingly steady voice as he rises to his feet. I’ve had to get used to that here. Sebastian always stands whenever his mom or grandmother enter a room. It’s super formal and weird to me. Where I’m from, you only got up to go fetch another Coke.

“Don’t let us interrupt, you two,” Jemima trills in an unnaturally high voice. She must be feeling about as comfortable as I am right now. “Come, Geraldine. Let’s, err…go for a stroll in the garden.”

Geraldine scoffs. “Jemima, it’s after nine at night and it’s raining cats and dogs out there. Have you gone completely mad?” She clunks her way across the room with the aid of her cane and sits down carefully on one of the seats facing us. “It’s fortuitous that we found you in such a position.”

I blink at her in disbelief. It is?

Jemima is still hovering by the door, clearly uncomfortable. “What about the library, Geraldine? There’s a book collection I thought you might be interested in. I only came across it a few weeks ago, and I think you’ll find it quite fascinating. It’s about the history of bridges in the British Isles, which is a thoroughly enthralling topic—”

“Oh, Jemima,” she scolds. “I haven’t got the least interest in bridges. Take a seat, will you?”

“But—”

“Now.”

Defeated, Jemima replies, “All right.” She slinks into another one of the armchairs and shoots us an apologetic smile.

“We thought you were both out for the evening,” Sebastian begins.

“We’re back,” Geraldine replies, pointing out the obvious.

“How are you this evening, ma’am?” I say to Geraldine as she steadily lowers herself into a seat by the fire with the aid of her cane. It has a brass handle in the shape of a wolf, which appropriately casts her as a Bond villain. All that’s missing is the hairless cat.

“I’ve told you before, Emma. In England ‘ma’am’ is what we call the Queen. Please remember to call me ‘Granny’ now that you’re family. You’re no longer on your Texas ranch here.”

I open my mouth to reply and shut it again. Having grown up in a modest house in inner-city Houston, the only time I’ve been on a Texas ranch was when I was filming Dating Mr. Darcy. “I forgot…Granny. Habit, I guess. You can take the girl out of Texas, as they say.”

Geraldine purses her lips in obvious distaste. “Quite. Now. I have something I must say to you both.”

Must she?

“It’s gratifying to see you’re still engaging in what is characteristically considered the honeymoon phase of a marriage.”

Sebastian’s eyes find mine briefly before he replies, “Thank you?” Because what do you say to that? Yes, we’re at it whenever we get the chance. Can’t get enough of it, actually. We’re at it like the proverbial rabbits. Our room, the living room, the garden, even your room when you’re out at the opera (okay, we’ve never actually done it in Geraldine’s room, and nor do we plan to, but you get the picture).

She steeples her fingers, fixing us with her glare. “An heir. That’s what we need.”

“An heir?” I swallow. She’s already made it abundantly clear that as Lady Martinston, it’s my duty to provide the family with the next generation. The first time she mentioned it, in fact, we’d literally been married less than three minutes. You’ve got to admire the old girl’s tenacity, I guess.

“Yes,” she snaps, “an heir. How often are you engaging in marital relations?”

“Mummy, I hardly think—” Jemima protests as Sebastian’s eyes widen at me.

“Let them answer, Jemima,” she quips. “It’s been a year and still not even a sign. You’re not getting any younger, you know, Emma. I’m certain your fertility has already begun to wane. When I was your age, I’d finished having my children.”

I offer her a weak smile. That was because it was the 1800s and there was no TV.

“Granny, we haven’t even had that conversation yet,” Sebastian says. “Give us a chance, please.”

“What’s the delay? You’re clearly raring to go if that little display earlier is anything to go by. Make it mean something, my dear boy.”

I suck in air, every part of me cringing. The mood has gone from sexy rubber boot fun to creating an “heir” in two minutes flat.

Could this get any more awkward?

“Thank you for your concern, Granny, but when Emma and I decide we’re ready to start a family, we will be sure not to tell you until we actually have something to tell you.”

“Does that mean you’re already trying?” Jemima asks, a healthy dollop of hope in her voice. “Because we can leave right now and let you get on with it if you like.”

Oh, no. Awkward!

Jemima rises to her feet. “Can’t we, Geraldine?”

“I suppose,” Geraldine grumps.

I squeeze my eyes shut, fantasizing that I’m not in the living room with my mother- and grandmother-in-law, my clothes and hair disheveled next to my husband as they discuss our sex life.

“Good-bye, you two,” Sebastian says with a tone of finality in his voice.

Jemima bustles over to the door, clearly keen to get far away from this whole thing as quickly as possible, while Geraldine rises from her seat onto her creaky bones as though she’s an arthritic sloth in no hurry to get anywhere.

It takes forever, stretching the awkwardness out to a breaking point.

Eventually, she reaches the door and turns back to us. “Missionary position. That’s the best for procreation. That’s all your grandfather and I ever did, and we had all the children we wanted.”

Why did she have to put that image into my head. Why?

“Good-bye, Granny,” Sebastian says firmly, and thankfully, she leaves the room, closing the door after her.

Alone once more in the cavernous room, we catch one another’s eyes and instantly dissolve into peals of embarrassed laughter. Catching his breath, Sebastian says, “I’m so sorry about that, Brady. The word awkward doesn’t even begin to describe that exchange.”

“Missionary position?”

Sebastian’s shoulders shake as he laughs. “Granny can be very direct when she wants to be.”

I think of the way in which she announced that I wasn’t good enough for her grandson and that I would be doing everyone a big favor if I just simply disappeared. “Ah, yes. That’s very true.”

He laces his fingers in mine and claims my lips with a kiss. “Brady, I have an idea. How about we grab those wellies of yours and head up to our bedroom away from any prying eyes.”

“And lock the door?” I ask.

His eyes sparkle as his face pulls into his sexy grin. “Lock it, bolt it, and hide the key.”

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Kate O’Keeffe is a bestselling author of fun, feel-good romantic comedies. She lives and loves in beautiful Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand with her family, two scruffy dogs, and a cat who thinks he’s a scruffy dog too. He’s not: he’s a cat. When she’s not penning her latest story, Kate can be found hiking up hills (slowly), traveling to different countries, and eating chocolate. A lot of it.

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The Absent Prince Blog Tour

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THE ABSENT PRINCE by Una Suseli O’Connell

  • Publisher : The Conrad Press (19 Jun. 2020)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 352 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1913567109
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1913567101

Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Absent-Prince-search-missing-family/dp/1913567109

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Do we inherit the psychological as well as the material legacies of our ancestors, the hidden dynamics that influence our relationship patterns, our health and our self-image?

Una’s heartfelt family memoir, based on her parents’ letters and diaries, follows the arc of individual lives between the years 1933 and 1997.

Over a four-year period Una travelled in England, Ireland, Switzerland and the United States speaking with people who knew her parents and grandparents.

Alongside painful and shameful family secrets, she discovered stories of great emotional courage, resilience and abiding love.

Una Suseli O'Connell, author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Una Suseli O’Connell was a teacher in traditional and alternative schools for twenty years before training in Systemic Family Constellations at the Hellinger Institute of New York in 2001.

She worked in inner city schools, supporting children with emotional and behavioural difficulties and managing issues around belonging, inclusion, family and culture.

Una now works independently, providing workshops for educators, school therapists and social workers.

She has two adult daughters and lives with her husband in North Hertfordshire.

My Review

Reading a family memoir is fascinating to me. The history-lover in me searches for so much of what is facts of wars and politics. The historical connections were some of favorite parts of this book. But, I also love learning about family history and have spent years researching my own ancestral tree. The author wove her family tapestry beautifully in this book.

Her father and mother’s story was so complex. I loved reading the diary pages where they shared their love for one another, but there was also so much sadness. Reading a family history and having actual diaries of what the parents wrote, helps you to re-live their times of anger and division as well as their joyous moments. When we can see the whole of our parent’s existence, we have so much more sympathy for their faults.

I learned a lot about the times and the way people lived in Switzerland. Most of it was brand-new to me. The things that stand out most were the stories of the poor children who were taken away from their families.

The book was a quick read, and I found it to be profound in learning about Peter and his genius. Peter was a very special person but was also a tortured soul who married another tortured soul. He was as dedicated to helping others as anyone could be and he wanted to pass that passion on to his daughter.

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Almondine Grows Up Book Blitz

 


The challenge of freedom

Children’s Book, Children’s Fantasy

Published: January 2021

Publisher: GZ Books



Our teeny-weeny Almondine has grown up and is eager to enjoy her freedom. But a silly mistake leads her far from her foster mother, Alma, and the safety of her home. Alongside quirky characters, she endures a dangerous and complicated journey to find her way back. And, as the days go by, Almondine is undergoing an irreversible transformation. One she has to learn to accept.

A charming story for young readers, enriched with elegant illustrations on nearly every page, Almondine Grows Up is the second title of the trilogy in which we closely follow the teeny-weeny girl’s dangerous and exhilarating adventures in her wild micro world.

The Almondine Book Series follows the life and adventures of a teeny-weeny girl born from an almond tree. Illustrated on nearly every page, the story’s overarching themes of friendship, family relationships and adventure aim to engage mostly with primary school readers. www.almondine.club


About the Almondine Series:

Almondine is a three part book series following the life and adventures of a teeny-weeny girl born from an almond tree. She is discovered by 8-year-old Alma, who takes care of her as a baby and young girl, and with whom she shares many unexpected experiences. Almondine is a very special little girl indeed, with a crazy story to tell and an explosive surprise in store for her dear foster mother and friend Alma.

Illustrated on nearly every page, the story’s overarching themes of friendship, family relationships and adventure aim to engage mostly with primary school readers.



Books in the Almondine Series:

Almondine: The girl from the almond tree

Almondine Grows Up: The challenge of freedom

Almondine’s Babies: Alma’s mission

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Gabriele Zucchelli is an animation director, whose work includes cartoon characters, realistic animals and fantastical creatures. He has contributed to several hand-drawn productions and blockbuster CGI movies including Harry Potter, Disney’s latest Lion King and the Oscar-winning Jungle Book. The Almondine trilogy is his first series of children’s novels.


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