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Spotlight on Mikey Brooks

Up for grabs at my Facebook party for Psyched: two ebooks courtesy Mikey Brooks, kickin' children's and MG author extraordinaire.  He's giving away The Dream Keeper and his latest release, The Stone of Valhalla, which is an Amazon best seller in mythology for kids! You'll love it. He's also a crazy talented illustrator and graphic designer. He did all the covers for the Gates of Atlantis series, coming this July (and he's the author of book 6 as well.) Seriously, the guy is Superman.

 

Look at that art. How cool is he? Don't forget to drop by the Psyched party this Saturday night from 8-10 p.m. mountain time and join the fun!

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