5-Star Review for Glazed Man

My first book, Glazed Man & Rat Girl has just received a review from a professional review site called Readers Favorite. I had no guarantee that I’d get a good review, so I’ve been nervous waiting to hear back from them. I’m beyond excited to announce that my book recieved a 5-star review. And I couldn’t be happier with the reviewer’s comments. Here it is below. Reviewed By Patricia Bell for Readers’ Favorite Glazed Man & Rat Girl: The Origins by Scott Cahan is a middle grade story about the overweight, donut loving Johnny Crumb who just wants to be … Continue reading 5-Star Review for Glazed Man

Readers Love Glazed Man

The positive reviews for Glazed Man & Rat Girl continue to roll in. Here is another one that was recently added to Amazon.com by another happy customer. “Glazed Man gets his superhero powers from…Glazed donuts, he is capable of shooting glaze from the palms of his hands.. Rat Girl is Martha; after being kidnapped and left in dungeon with a bunch of rats and she drinks icky green stuff she becomes a large rat. This is a good vs. evil tale with two of the most lovable superheroes you will ever meet. Scott Cahan is a very talented writer. In this … Continue reading Readers Love Glazed Man

Books for Reluctant Readers

One of my favorite features of Goodreads.com is it’s “Listopia” section. One list that I find very interesting is the list called Best Books for Reluctant Readers. I like this list because my book Glazed Man & Rat Girl belongs at the top, in my humble and unbiased opinion (ha ha). Honestly, I have no doubt that when it comes to a fun and well written story that kids will devour, my book easily belongs in the top 5. However, my book is still fairly new and I have a long way to go as far as marketing and reaching … Continue reading Books for Reluctant Readers

Wool is Toxic Fun

Wool by Hugh Howey tells a post-apocalyptic tale like none that I’ve ever read. I give it a definite star for originality and great storytelling. The setting is planet earth, many years in the future, after the human race has destroyed 99% of itself. All that remains are the inhabitants of a huge underground silo that has been designed to sustain a city of people indefinitely. One window, on the top floor of the silo, looks out at the toxic wasteland that was once earth. If a resident from within the silo breaks certain rules, their punishment is a death sentence, … Continue reading Wool is Toxic Fun