Sunday, October 30, 2011

BAD SPELLING The Movie and Reviews

So there you have it. Seventeen days (counting today) all about Bad Spelling. If you didn't get to read everything, it's all still hanging out here on my blog. Every day there's something for you to enjoy.

Some of the characters give us their viewpoint, we cover some topics on items or magic from Bad Spelling, and I get to visit other bloggers' sites with extra stuff. I do believe there is not a duplicate anywhere within those seventeen days. If you can find one (October 14th through October 30th), report back here and you'll get a free ebook of Bad Spelling. See how it was worthwhile to read through this whole paragraph?

Movies always have reviews you might read to decide whether you want to see it or not. Readers write reviews on books (not the book trailer), so here are a few readers' thoughts about Bad Spelling. More reviews come along everyday, so check Amazon and GoodReads for more.

By Charlie (C.K. Volnek) ****
Ms. Dasef has pulled off a bewitching story with charming characters you can't help but fall in love with. From Katrina - a befuddled young witch - to her half-brother, Rune - a vampire-warlock cross - to the delightful animal friends and trolls. (Never thought I'd ever call a troll delightful.:-) ... more on Amazon

By L.K. Below *****
Bad Spelling is a book that continues to cling to my mind.

This book held me spellbound, if you'll forgive the pun. Marva is a wondrously witty author, who had me smiling and laughing throughout the whole book. ... more on Amazon

By Elizabeth Bonecher-Brenaman *****
A little something for everyone in this great start to the series. Plenty of action, surprises around every corner, animal friends, an evil shaman...what's not to love? Appropriate for any age, this book stands out as unique and endearing in a world sloughed down with too many cookie-cutter middle grade and YA novels. Bad Spelling holds its own, and author Marva Dasef weaves an original tale that kept me guessing until the last page. Good stuff.

By Lorrie Struiff ****
Bad Spelling is a fun read for any age. Kat's Bad Spelling gets her into more trouble than she can handle. But, she has help from some very imaginative characters. Kudos, Ms.Dasef for bringing these creatures to life and creating an enjoyable adventure and characters.

I loved Rune, and the trollercoaster they ride. I live near an amusement park, I wish they had one like this.

I can say in all honesty, this book is a must read for the pure enjoyment of good storytelling.
Now, on to the movie (otherwise known as a book trailer).

BAD SPELLING: A klutzy witch, a shaman's curse, a quest to save her family. Can Kat find her magic in time?

Now available at MuseItUp Publishing and Amazon Kindle
Read reviews on Amazon and GoodReads.

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