Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Spotlights & Excerpt
Title: Ty the Bull by Brenda Perlin, K.D. Emerson and Rex Baughman
Publish date: July 4, 2014
Publisher: Blossoming Press
Genre: Children’s Fiction
Target audience: 8-12
Available format: Paperback and Ebook
Amazon Ebook http://amzn.com/B00LK572S2
Amazon Paperback http://bit.ly/tythebullpaperback
Book Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0x3Hpg3lbM
Brenda Perlin – author of Shattered Reality and Burnt Promises (Brooklyn and Bo
K.D. Emerson – author of the controversial dystopian Digitus series and owner of
MKSP, a publishing house. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AQJ7NKA
Rex Baughman – author, scooter extraordinaire and eleven year old wonder boy.
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Tythebull and
Amazon Author page http://amzn.to/1nXGK35
"This is a great story that can help kids realistically deal with bullying" (Amazon Review).
"This well written children’s story is great for all ages. I loved that the story was told from Ty’s point of view" (Amazon Review).
If things weren’t bad enough, my good buddy, Riley, my grandpa Rick’s German Shepherd, had to be put to sleep. Riley was such a gentle dog, and I loved going over there to be with him. He cracked me up, the way he would lick my entire face, and the way he constantly followed me around. I really miss that dog, but I guess it was his time to go. It’s just so hard not having him around, and it’s not fair that we had to let him go. But Grandpa told me he was hurting, and now, he was going to be with other dogs in Heaven. I think about him a lot, especially when I am alone without any real friends to play with. At least Riley was always nice to me. He could never be mean, and that is what I loved most about him. I could count on his friendship. More than anything, I loved the way he would snuggle with me.