Today I’m visiting Robbie Cheadle for a pre-order stop to share my book trailer here!
Below includes my review of Robbie’s latest book, “When a Lion Screams,” and the tour schedule. There is a chance to win an Amazon gift card too! I will add stops as they become available.
Award-winning, bestselling author, Robbie Cheadle, has published thirteen children’s book and three poetry books. Her work has also appeared in poetry and short story anthologies.
Robbie also has two novels published under the name of Roberta Eaton Cheadle and has horror, paranormal, and fantasy short stories featured in several anthologies under this name.
The ten Sir Chocolate children’s picture books, co-authored by Robbie and Michael Cheadle, are written in sweet, short rhymes which are easy for young children to follow and are illustrated with pictures of delicious cakes and cake decorations. Each book also includes simple recipes or biscuit art directions which children can make under adult supervision.
Robbie’s blog includes recipes, fondant and cake artwork, poetry, and book reviews. https://robbiesinspiration.wordpress.com/
My Book Review for “When a Lion Screams”
5.0 out of 5 stars A creative collection for animals lovers!
“Lion Scream” is a creative collection of poetry, photos, information, links, and a short story. The poetry tells a story of the wildlife in South Africa. It is not always a pleasant narrative with the loss of their habitat or cruel hunters maiming for profit. I learned a lot about the animals and found all the poems fascinating on many different levels. Ms. Cheadle discusses the Sixth Mass Extinction and Climate Change effect on animal life through her visits to wildlife reserves and personal interaction. She shares extra reading through links to learn more, which I appreciated. This was a meaningful way to bring the plight of animals to people’s attention. The short story, at the end, tackled another important subject of our youth’s mental health and the medication used. I won’t pick out my favorites because the message is too important. A book not to be missed by those who love animals and the world we share with them.
Here is the tour schedule.
A link will be added to the list as each stop becomes available. There will be a post with the link and author information included here for each stop.
Three winners will be randomly picked from the tour comments for a $20, $10, or $5 Amazon Gift Card on May 16th!
Since it’s a short story collection, each stop will be different.
In the Tree’s Shadow Pre-order Tour:
Tuesday, April 4th – Robbie Cheadle “Book Video.”
Wednesday, April 12th – Sally Cronin “Pre-order Book Promotion.”
In the Tree’s Shadow Release Tour:
Monday, April 17th – Gwen Plano, “Stranded.”
Tuesday, April 18th – Joan Hall, “The Dolphin.”
Wednesday, April 19th – John Howell, “Lyrical Dragon.”
Thursday, April 20th – Staci Troilo, “It’s Only a Dream.”
Friday, April 21st – Craig Boyack, “In the Shadows.”
Monday, April 24th – Harmony Kent, “The Boy.”
Tuesday, April 25th – Jan Sikes, “End of the Road.”
Wednesday, April 26th – Stephen Geez, “The Day the Ground Moved.”
Thursday, April 27th – Beem Weeks, “A Day at the Lake.”
Friday, April 28th – Sandra Cox, “In That Moment.”
Monday, May 1st – Jacquie Biggar, “The Bench.”
Tuesday, May 2nd – D. Wallace Peach, “Effervescent Potion.”
Wednesday, May 3rd – Mae Clair, “When the Lights go Out.”
Thursday, May 4th – Jacqui Murray, “Faith.”
Friday, May 5th – Yvette M. Calleiro, “The Bike.”
Monday, May 8th – Miriam Hurdle, “Playdate.”
Tuesday, May 9th – Marcia Meara, “Alone.”
Wednesday, May 10th – Annette Rochelle Aben, “Deadline.”
Thursday, May 11th – Karen Ingalls, “The Bonsai.”
Friday, May 12th – Judith Barrow, “Last Ride of the Night.”
Monday, May 15th – Balroop Singh, “Man on the Pier.”