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#galaxygirl by Bev Smith
Genre: MG 8-12 years, Magical Realism
Blog Tour Dates: 29th November - 6th December 2018
Publication Date: 29th November 2018
First book in a new series
Estimated Page Count - 250
Formats Available - Mobi, Epub or PDF (available to all) or Paperbacks (for UK only)
Type of Post Available - Reviews, guest posts, Q&As or extracts
Twelve-year-old Esme’s best friend is an alien called Stella. When Stella returns to Planet Kratos, Esme – fed up with her mum’s new boyfriend - stows away on the spaceship. So begins Esme’s adventure into a world beyond the stars. A world of strange creatures, thrilling journeys, heroic rescues and instant fame. Oh, and school. Lots of school.
Along the way she discovers that friends may be greener on the other side, but they still can’t be trusted. Locked up, millions and billions of light years away from Earth, she sets in motion a plan to escape from Kratos. Unfortunately for her, the aliens aren’t about to let their prize exhibit go anytime soon…
About Bev Smith
Bev Smith has been a secondary school teacher, saleswoman, waitress, wages clerk, youth worker and holiday park entertainments manager. She has scuba dived the Barrier Reef, lived in a village in Namibia, worked for a charity in Thailand, flown over Victoria Falls and paddled in the sea at Bournemouth.
Having single-parented her three daughters, she’s been ferociously playing catch up with this writing lark. She recently completed a Masters in Writing for Children at Winchester University. #galaxygirl is her debut middle-grade book.
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