The Merman and the Moon Forgotten


Nikolas and Company: The Merman and The Moon Forgotten - Episode 1

On July 6th, Kevin McGill will give away 1000 print signed copies of Nikolas and Company: The Merman and The Moon Forgotten , shipping included, for anyone between 10 and 17.

Do you know a pre/teen who loves to read a good fantasy adventure like Harry Potter or Percy Jackson?  This series may be just the one they’re looking for to fill the void.

But why give away 1,000 books?  Kevin says:  “One of the reasons I’m giving away 1000 copies is because books, especially the crazy adventure ones, were important to me as a teen.”  He doesn’t want kids to be bored.  If the reviews are any indication, boredom is not an option with Nikolas & Company – The Merman and the Moon Forgotten.

“I have to admit, before I could read this fantastical book, my son beat me to it. He read it in a single day and raved.”  – Elizabeth Mueller

To read more about the giveaway and about Kevin’s new book, please go to his website and check it out.  I, personally, have added the book to my Kindle list and I also signed up a teen for the give away, so hurry before all signed copies are gone!

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11 thoughts on “The Merman and the Moon Forgotten

  1. We got the power! Bodacious. Thank you, thank you, for promoting such an awesome guy. And thanks for stopping by my place. I hope you grabbed some Hershey Bliss on your way out the door. *wink*

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  2. Jenny, I reblogged this and shared it on Facebook for you – hopefully they will get some responses … thank you for sharing this with us! 🙂

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  3. Reblogged this on Julie Catherine and commented:
    Do you know anyone between the ages of 10 and 17 who would like to win a signed copy of this book? Please visit Jenny’s blog to find out more about this contest – but be fast, because it ends July 6th!

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  4. Sounds like a wonderfully adventurous book. I started reading “The wizard of earthsea” this week, and thought of you, Jenny.
    Have you read her series? Le Guin, I believe it is.

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      1. Well . . . to be very honest — and please, know that I am possibly THE most fastidious reader on the planet — I couldn’t get rooted. The storytelling is fabulous, but the characters . . . I don’t know them, you understand? And to care about what happens to them, I must know them. For another reader, this could be a perfect book.

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        1. Wow, that makes me sad. I hate books like that, and I’ve started a few lately that I put down for that very reason. Sometimes the novels turn out to be very good if the reader ‘sticks with it’, like the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but I find it difficult to stick with a book that the characters don’t grab me. I have to relate from the beginning.

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