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Love on Tap
Title: Love on Tap
Author: Judi Lynn
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Genre: Romance
Format: Ecopy

There’s a different rhythm to life in small-town Mill Pond, Indiana. And with the easy pace come friendships that are built to last and love that starts out on a slow simmer…

Charming boutiques, picturesque farms, and a growing foodie scene have turned Mill Pond into a tourist destination. And thanks to the culinary skills of Paula Hull, its beautiful rural resort is leading the way. The widowed mom left behind the stress of the New York City restaurant world to spend more time with her two young children. And now she’s ready to see if there’s more out there for her than being a chef and single parent…

Chase Atwood is the local good guy with a bad reputation. He’s a respected business owner and trusted friend, but the drop-dead gorgeous bar owner usually has women beating down his door—and Paula knows to keep her distance. His burgers and beer, on the other hand, are not off limits. But their mutual admiration is always on the back burner—until Chase turns up the heat. Soon he’s determined to prove to Paula that he’s the one key ingredient missing in her life…

 

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Meet the Author

All of my works are available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, smashwords, Scrib’d, Kobo, and more.

I’m a member of Goodreads and my author page can be found at:

http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5023544.Judith_Post

I’m lucky enough to be represented by Lauren Abramo at Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.

I’ve been a member of Summit City Scribes for more years than I care to remember, and they’ve made me a better writer.  Thanks, guys!

 



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Inside the Book:

Title: The Flower Fairy Superhero
Author: Noam and Bryan Atinsky
Release Date: January 24, 2016
Publisher: Amazon Digital
Genre: Children’s
Format: Ebook/Hardcover

A read-along eBook (enhanced with audio),has a powerful message; it is a heartfelt example of a father honoring the memory of his daughter. Beautiful and creative Noam wrote this story as play to perform for her family on her 5th birthday. Her tale of a flower fairy that possesses very special powers able to help the meanest of people and change them into good and happy human beings is the perfect way to illustrate to children the power of a positive attitude. Written in Noam’s words, it speaks to a young audience and is easy to understand and relate to the story. The children can follow along while voice professionals act out the the story with Noam’s words. Part of the proceeds from the book will go to The Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ON ITUNES

 


MEET THE AUTHOR

I am currently owner and Chef at a restaurant in Milwaukee. Before the death of my family, I was, for many years, a journalist and Executive Editor at a news organization based in Jerusalem. Being able to do a good percentage of my work from home, I was able to be an at home father, facilitating my wife to be able to work full time at a biological science lab. Because of this, I was deeply involved in bringing up Noam and my son, Ya’ari, from an early age.Noam wrote the play, which became the Flower Fairy Superhero book, for her birthday, only 3 months before she was killed while visiting family and friends in Israel. Soon after the accident, a Hebrew version of her play was published in a national newspaper in Israel. This got me thinking that publishing her play as an illustrated children’s book would be the best way to honor her memory and creativity as a living memorial. I had thought of going to Francisco X. Mora, an artist and family friend who knew Noam, and has illustrated many children’s books over the years. Quite unexpectedly, he came to me, after reading a copy of Noam’s play, and requested that he be able to work with me to make Noam’s play into an illustrated children’s book. I jumped at his offer.

I believe that people live on through the memories of those whose lives they touch. I saw that publishing Noam’s creative and ethical story could not only spread her creativity to a much wider group of people, but that the story itself was life affirming and teaches the very positive lesson that kindness and caring are some of the most powerful tools we have in this world. Further, I felt that having a portion of the proceeds of the sale of Noam’s work go towards helping other children in crisis, would be an honor to the memory of Noam. I have given the book to many libraries around the Milwaukee area and donated over 500 copies to community organizations.

Similarly, my wife Efrat was a Plant Disease Biologist at the University of Athens, Georgia. After the accident, a memorial garden, highlighting her love of plants and nature, was established in Athens.

On the terrible day of March 7, 2010, Noam, her mother Efrat, her nine-month-old brother Ya’ari, and her grandmother Esther Gamliel, were killed in a car accident in southern Israel. But a few months before that day, on Noam’s 5th birthday, she wrote a puppet play—a superhero story!—to perform in front of her family and friends 
at her birthday party. She dictated the story to my wife and I, and I wrote down what she said into our computer. We performed the play at our home in Athens, Georgia. Noam played the Flower Fairy, my wife Efrat played the Queen, and I played the Ogre.


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Tour Schedule

 

Monday, April 18 – Book reviewed at The Children’s and Teens Book Connection

 

Tuesday, April 19 – Book reviewed at Bound 4 Escape

 

Wednesday, April 20 – Book reviewed at K&A’s Childrens Book Review

 

Thursday, April 21 – Guest blogging at Curling Up with a Good Book

 

Friday, April 22 – Book featured at Harmonious Publicity

 

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Monday, April 25 – Interviewed at I’m Shelf-ish

 

Tuesday, April 26 – Book featured at A Title Wave

 

Wednesday, April 27 – Book featured at FU Only Knew

 

Thursday, April 28 – Book featured at The Literary Nook

 

Friday, April 29 – Book featured at The Dark Phantom

 

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Monday, May 2 – Book reviewed at Book Babble

 

Tuesday, May 3 – Book reviewed at 100 Pages a Day

 

Wednesday, May 4 – Book reviewed at The Blended Blog

 

Thursday, May 5 – Book reviewed at Fascinating Quest

 

Friday, May 6 – Book reviewed at Room with Books

 

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Monday, May 9 – Interviewed at Deal Sharing Aunt

 

Tuesday, May 10 – Book featured at Around the World in Books

 

Wednesday, May 11 – Guest blogging at The Noise Beneath the Apple

 

Thursday, May 12 – Book reviewed at Laura’s Interests

 

Friday, May 13 – Book featured at Voodoo Princess

 

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Inside the Book:

 

 

 

Title: The Flower Fairy Superhero

 

Author: Noam and Bryan Atinsky

 

Release Date: January 24, 2016

 

Publisher: Amazon Digital

 

Genre: Children’s

 

Format: Ebook/Hardcover

 

 

A read-along eBook (enhanced with audio),has a powerful message; it is a heartfelt example of a father honoring the memory of his daughter. Beautiful and creative Noam wrote this story as play to perform for her family on her 5th birthday. Her tale of a flower fairy that possesses very special powers able to help the meanest of people and change them into good and happy human beings is the perfect way to illustrate to children the power of a positive attitude. Written in Noam’s words, it speaks to a young audience and is easy to understand and relate to the story. The children can follow along while voice professionals act out the the story with Noam’s words. Part of the proceeds from the book will go to The Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.

AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ON ITUNES


MEET THE AUTHOR

 

I am currently owner and Chef at a restaurant in Milwaukee. Before the death of my family, I was, for many years, a journalist and Executive Editor at a news organization based in Jerusalem. Being able to do a good percentage of my work from home, I was able to be an at home father, facilitating my wife to be able to work full time at a biological science lab. Because of this, I was deeply involved in bringing up Noam and my son, Ya’ari, from an early age.

Noam wrote the play, which became the Flower Fairy Superhero book, for her birthday, only 3 months before she was killed while visiting family and friends in Israel. Soon after the accident, a Hebrew version of her play was published in a national newspaper in Israel. This got me thinking that publishing her play as an illustrated children’s book would be the best way to honor her memory and creativity as a living memorial. I had thought of going to Francisco X. Mora, an artist and family friend who knew Noam, and has illustrated many children’s books over the years. Quite unexpectedly, he came to me, after reading a copy of Noam’s play, and requested that he be able to work with me to make Noam’s play into an illustrated children’s book. I jumped at his offer.
I believe that people live on through the memories of those whose lives they touch. I saw that publishing Noam’s creative and ethical story could not only spread her creativity to a much wider group of people, but that the story itself was life affirming and teaches the very positive lesson that kindness and caring are some of the most powerful tools we have in this world. Further, I felt that having a portion of the proceeds of the sale of Noam’s work go towards helping other children in crisis, would be an honor to the memory of Noam. I have given the book to many libraries around the Milwaukee area and donated over 500 copies to community organizations.
Similarly, my wife Efrat was a Plant Disease Biologist at the University of Athens, Georgia. After the accident, a memorial garden, highlighting her love of plants and nature, was established in Athens.

On the terrible day of March 7, 2010, Noam, her mother Efrat, her nine-month-old brother Ya’ari, and her grandmother Esther Gamliel, were killed in a car accident in southern Israel. But a few months before that day, on Noam’s 5th birthday, she wrote a puppet play—a superhero story!—to perform in front of her family and friends 
at her birthday party. She dictated the story to my wife and I, and I wrote down what she said into our computer. We performed the play at our home in Athens, Georgia. Noam played the Flower Fairy, my wife Efrat played the Queen, and I played the Ogre.


WIN A KINDLE

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

 
 

———————

Tour Schedule

Monday, April 18 – Book reviewed at The Children’s and Teens Book Connection
Tuesday, April 19 – Book reviewed at Bound 4 Escape
Wednesday, April 20 – Book reviewed at K&A’s Childrens Book Review
Thursday, April 21 – Guest blogging at Curling Up with a Good Book
Friday, April 22 – Book featured at Harmonious Publicity
________
Monday, April 25 – Interviewed at I’m Shelf-ish
Tuesday, April 26 – Book featured at A Title Wave
Wednesday, April 27 – Book featured at FU Only Knew
Thursday, April 28 – Book featured at The Literary Nook
Friday, April 29 – Book featured at The Dark Phantom
________
Monday, May 2 – Book reviewed at Book Babble
Tuesday, May 3 – Book reviewed at 100 Pages a Day
Wednesday, May 4 – Book reviewed at The Blended Blog
Thursday, May 5 – Book reviewed at Fascinating Quest
Friday, May 6 – Book reviewed at Room with Books
________
Monday, May 9 – Interviewed at Deal Sharing Aunt
Tuesday, May 10 – Book featured at Around the World in Books
Wednesday, May 11 – Guest blogging at The Noise Beneath the Apple
Thursday, May 12 – Book reviewed at Laura’s Interests
Friday, May 13 – Book featured at Voodoo Princess
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