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Across the Pond by Storyheart: “Virtual Book Tour” February 26th Day 19

Across the Pond by Storyheart: “Virtual Book Tour” February 26th Day 19 of my tour.
Organized and made fun by pumpupyourbookpromosion.com

One more day to go though there are still some interviews and reviews happening after
My virtual tour completes.

I really must thank Dorothy the organizer of my tour, it has been one fun ride with so many interesting having her help me every step of the way.

Over this month, the book Across the Pond by me Storyheart has become known throughout the world. So many reviews, interviews and just people letting me know how much they have enjoyed the book.

So Day 19 and just one stop today as the tour winds down.

Stop One:
A Book Worm Reads

http://www.abookwormreads.blogspot.com/

My Guest Post at this site:

Guest Post
When is English, not English? … When it’s American by Barry Eva

Playwright George Bernard Shaw claimed that " England and America are two countries divided by a common language."

In England what is called crisps, in the US they are chips. What English call chips, Americans call fries. So how come what English call Fish and Chips in America is not fish with a pack of Pringles?

In my young adult fiction book “Across the Pond” the hero Fred Squire runs into more than his fair share of problems. Not only is he sent to friends in America but has to complete a boring English project about the language differences between the two countries as well.

Differences ranging from parts of a car through locations to various types of food soon have Fred scratching his head is disbelief. Quite common sayings in the English language have a total different meaning in the US and visor versa.

Add to that a young romance, a local bully, and a baseball worth a small fortune make Fred’s adventures “across the pond” and roller coaster adventure.

Though written for a young adult market, it is being enjoyed by all ages.

Check out Across the Pond by Storyheart at Amazon and see what other people say about the book.


REVIEWS

No reviews today, hey I can’t win everyday *grin* I have since the book came out on October nearly 60 reviews which to me seems a wonderful total

The Rest of This Week’s Stops:

Feb. 27 – Plug Your Book
http://plugyourbook.wordpress.com/2009/01/09/across_the_pond/
Feb. 28 – Green Bean Teen Queen – Interview
http://www.greenbeanteenqueen.blogspot.com/

As I’ve said many time on interviews I love doing radio and TV shows, this being the case I’m now looking into setting up my own blog. I plan to make it for writers and readers. There are so many small blogs out there where people read the books and write about them, I think it would be really nice to put the kettle on, make a cup of tea and chat with them what they think about a certain book. Or indeed what a writer says about their book. I aim to make it more fun and humorous than just a why did you write it, what’s it about type program. Keep a look out for further details

So what is my book tour about?
Barry Eva (aka Storyheart), author of the young adult romance novel, Across the Pond (Xlibris), is on his virtual book tour throughout February. Arrange with the help of pumpupyourbookpromosion.com

What is my Book About?
Across the Pond by Storyheart. With believable characters, exciting events, humor, first love, education and a little sport thrown in for good measure, this is a book for all ages.

Storyheart (Barry Eva)

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

Don’t Forget…. Spread the word…. You can follow my tour on my blog at


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

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