Tuesday, April 26, 2011

EBOOK OF THE MONTH - MAY 2011


THE DREAM THEATRE
by Sarah Ball


    
A story for children 8 - 12 years


Packed with laughs, surprises, explosions, a mystery and a loveable, clever dog, The Dream Theatre is a highly original contemporary fantasy adventure story that will appeal to boys, girls and adults alike.

The golden rule is: if you think it, and believe it, it will happen…

Anything is possible in The Dream Theatre. It’s a place where dreams are played out like pictures on the television; a place that can be everything from wonderful to scary to downright weird. And you don’t need to be asleep to explore it.


“Ms. Ball has done an excellent job worthy of such children’s authors as J.K. Rowling and L. Frank Baum.” Rita Reviews

34,000 words. Available as PDF, UK Kindle, US Kindle + Smashwords for all other ereader and desktop formats inc Barnes & Noble NOOK, Sony Reader, Apple iBook, Android etc

£1.83  US $2.99  Euro 2.07

sales page and more information here

Sarah Ball is a British writer with three novels published by Piatkus Books: Nine Months (2002), Marry Me (2003) and Written in the Stars (2004).  She’s also had several short stories published including a contribution to the charity anthology Party Animal, a collection of stories from writers such as Marian Keyes and Maeve Binchy. Sarah’s novels have been published in Serbia, Russia, Portugal, Norway and the Czech Republic. The Dream Theatre is her first children’s novel and blackbirdebooks are delighted to be the first to publish it. Image and more information on Sarah here.

Rights: All rights available. Readers' download code offer available for special offer press/magazine/blog pieces. Exclusivity by negotiation.

CONTACT: For a preview PDF copy or a download code for other formats (Kindle, Epub, HTML etc) please email Stephanie mail/at/blackbirdebooks.com or TWEET @blackbirdebooks.





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The Valley of Heaven and Hell, Cycling in the Shadow of Marie Antoinette a brand new humorous French travelogue by bestselling author Susie Kelly

Ten Good Reasons To Lie About Your Age a romantic comedy by Stephanie Zia