Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Coming This Week - Deborah Abela Blog Tour

Congratulations to Deborah Abela on the release of the much anticipated Ghost Club series. 

To celebrate the release of the Ghost Club series through Random House Australia, Deborah is embarking on a blog tour.

Before I announce the dates of Deborah's blog tour, here is a little information about  book 1 in the Ghost Club series:

About Ghost Club 1: The New Kid:

A slightly spooky but mostly funny series about the mischief ghosts can make - and the kids who take care of the mess.

Angeline and Edgar might be kids, but they're also two of Ghost Club's youngest ghost-catchers. Got a problem with a ghost, poltergeist or ghoul? Can't sleep because of all the rattling chains and cackling laughter? Angeline and Edgar are the experts to call.

So it's entirely logical that when new kid Dylan joins Ghost Club, Angeline and Edgar are the perfect candidates to introduce him to everything he needs to know, from which ghost-catching gadget will do the trick to when to run like crazy to avoid being splattered with ectoplasm.

The trouble is, Dylan's not quite sure he wants to be a ghost-catcher . . .

CLICK HERE for more information.

Blog Tour Dates:

13/09/2012    Deborah Abela

13/09/2012    Random House Books Australia 

13/09/2012    WestWords

14/09/2012    Love that Book

17/09/2012    The Read

21/09/2012    The Book Chook                         

24/09/2012    Susanne Gervay's Blog

26/09/2012    Writing Bar

28/09/2012    ReadPlus

2/10/2012     Pass It On

5/10/2012     buzz words books

8/10/2012     Fairfieldbooks On Station

9/10/2012     DeeScribe Writing

12/10/2012   Write and read with Dale

16/10/2012    Writing Children's Books with Robyn Opie Parnell

19/10/2012    Books for Little Hands

22/10/2012    Aussie Reviews

25/10/2012    Need to Read This

29/10/2012    Kids Book Review
30/10/2012       http://www.kids-bookreview.com/    

About Deborah Abela

Deb knew she wanted to be a writer when she was 7 years old.  Her first story was about a man made out of cheese.  It wasn’t very good.  She’s had much more practice writing since then and strangely enough her first writing job was for a kids’ show on channel Ten called “Cheez TV”. 
After 7 years of writing scripts about everything from llamas to bungy jumping and how to go to the toilet in outer space, Deb wrote her first novel - Max Remy Superspy Part 1: In Search of the Time and Space Machine. 

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