Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Sweet Talk with the Sweet Sixteens: November 1st

Welcome to Week Forty-Four of Sweet Talk with the Sweet Sixteens! To see more details about Sweet Talk as well as previous posts, see the introduction post. Thanks to Charlene (Bookish Whimsy), for designing the banner and button for Sweet Talk.

Today, I'm featuring the authors and books publishing during the week of November 1st!

The Questions:

1. Describe your debut novel in sixteen words.
2. Pitch your book! For fans of _____, _____ meets _____, etc.
3. What are you working on now – is it related to your debut novel?

The Authors:

Erin Teagan, Author of The Friendship Experiment

1. A sixth grade aspiring scientist learns that middle school is nothing like a perfect lab experiment.

2. Madeline Little is Harriet the Spy with a lab notebook. 

3. I am working on a new contemporary middle grade novel!

Follow Erin Teagan: Website | Goodreads | Facebook | Twitter
Find The Friendship Experiment: Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes and Noble | The Book Depository

The Book:

(Click on the cover to go to Goodreads!)

Other Sweet Sixteens Books Publishing This Week:


(Click on the covers to go to Goodreads!)

The Giveaway:

- Finished copy of The Friendship Experiment
- Copy of The Boomerang Effect
- Flashfall swag
- Of Fire and Stars swag
- Girls in the Moon swag


  1. I have had Saving Hamlet on my TBR for a while, and really want to read it.

  2. these look super cute for children, thank you for sharing

  3. The Freindship Experiment is what i'm looking forward to reading the most, but Saving Hamlet has been getting good reviews too.

  4. The Friendship Experiment sounds like the best read for me of the list.

  5. Saving Hamlet is one of my TBRs cuz it sounds so intriguing

  6. Saving Hamlet is one of my TBRs cuz it sounds so intriguing

  7. I didn't know anything about The Friendship Experiment, but that cover is so cute! It sounds good, too.

  8. I teach 6th grade, so I think the Friendship Experiment would be a big hit with my students.

  9. The Cartographer's Daughter would be a fun read.

  10. I'd like to read the Cartographer's Daughter. I like adventure.

  11. Probably not books for me, but that middle grade cover looks pretty awesome :D Seems interesting. Thank you for sharing about these sweetie. <3


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