Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Across the Pond – Feb 11th Virtual Book Tour Day 8

Across the Pond – Feb 11th Virtual Book Tour Day 8


Across the Pond – Storyheart :

Okay it’s back to day seven, it seems the weekends don’t count as virtual tour days, so we have gone from day eight back one for today Tuesday to day seven.

One stops today for a guest review however the best news is that my book has received the FALMINGNET TOP CHOICE award at

http://www.flamingnet.com/bookreviews/newreviews/newbookreview.cfm?title=Across%20the%20Pond




The review I received was terrific:

Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer (MRhea_MCO)

Fred Squire is not expecting anything special to happen to him during his vacation to the states. He is staying with his parents’ old friends and their daughter, Brittany who is about 14; Fred’s age. His vacation soon grows more interesting as Fred and Brittany become fast friends and are inseparable. Fred soon encounters the problems of being a British boy in America. Struggling to tell the differences in the languages, he records each thing he learns for a school project. But when Fred continually has close calls with the local bully, Steve Harris, and Brit’s too-flirty friend Angel, he sinks deeper into the drama. Brit and Fred’s relationship blossoms regardless of what is happening around them and he soon thinks that nothing bigger can happen, but that’s before he catches a baseball worth thousands of dollars at a baseball game. Fred may be able to avoid flirty girls, fend off a heartless bully, and steer away from scammers out to get the baseball, but there is one thing he knows he cannot stop; having to travel back “across the pond” to his home.
Barry Storyheart did a fabulous job of describing every character and point of view. As soon as I began:”Across the Pond”, I couldn’t set it down. This love story is one of the best I’ve read and I savored every detail I learned about young couple, Fred and Brit. The author threw in details about the difference in American words and British words like a cart in America is a trolley in England. This made it interesting for me to learn about how really different our languages are. “Across the Pond” is a great read and I would recommend it to all young adult readers who like a sweet love story
"Across the Pond" contains some mild language and brief sexual comments.
Reviewer Age:12
Reviewer City, State and Country: Merino, Colorado U.S.A



Today’s Tour Stop:
Feb. 11 – Book Marketing Buzz (guest post) www.bookmarketingbuzz.com

Next Stops:
THURSDAY:
Feb. 12 - Gotta Write Network (interview) http://www.gottawritenetwork.com/Barry.html
The Writer’s Life (guest post) www.thewriterslife.blogspot.com
FRIDAY:
Feb. 13 – Blog Talk Radio (podcast) http://www.blogtalkradio.com/authorsread/2009/02/13/Barry-Eva-Across-the-Pond
Fiction Scribe (interview) www.fictionscribe.com
I am really looking forward to doing the Blog Talk radio, reading live a chapter of my book, I love all of that.

I have two more copies going out to fresh blogs for reviews as well as a couple of contests up and coming during the next week or two.

Storyheart (Barry Eva)

You can follow my tour on my blog at

http://acrossthepond-storyheart.blogspot.com/


Storyheart
Across the Pond
http://across-t-pond.com

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