Jun 19

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, Books for Boys Review

Welcome to Toonopolis, The Blog! Subscribe to email updates to make sure you don’t miss any Old School Wednesday Reviews, Saturday Morning Cartoon Reviews, or updates about my work. Thanks for visiting!   Introduction Title: Ready Player One Author: Ernest Cline Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopia Release Date: August 16, 2011 Synopsis (from Amazon): In the …

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Jun 14

Fellowship of Fantasy #Junicorn Giveaway Event!

It’s June and that means it is time to celebrate the majestic Unicorns. Seven authors from the Fellowship of Fantasy have banded together to bring you this awesome giveaway. What’s more, you have double the chance to win because we will have …   TWO WINNERS! That’s right! One lucky winner will receive a unicorn mug …

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Jun 12

The Ghost in the Crystal (School of the Ages #1) by Matt Posner, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: The Ghost in the Crystal (School of the Ages #1) Author: Matt Posner Genre: Urban Fantasy Release Date: August 13, 2010 Synopsis (from Amazon): Ghosts, elementals, time travel, magic duels, teen romance, sacrifice, and ultimate loss… Simon, thirteen, is drawn by surprise into America’s greatest magic school: New York City’s School of the …

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Jun 05

Nice Dragons Finish Last (Heartstrikers #1) by Rachel Aaron, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: Nice Dragons Finish Last (Heartstrikers #1) Author: Rachel Aaron Genre: Urban Fantasy, Dystopia Release Date: July 13, 2014 Synopsis (from Amazon): As the smallest dragon in the Heartstriker clan, Julius survives by a simple code: keep quiet, don’t cause trouble, and stay out of the way of bigger dragons. But this meek behavior …

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May 29

Magnus Opum by Jonathan Gould, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: Magnus Opum Author: Jonathan Gould Genre: Epic Fantasy, Satire Release Date: April 1, 2012 Synopsis (from Amazon): An epic tale of swords and baked goods. Magnus Mandalora never planned to go out into the big, wide world. He thought he’d live out his life in his homely little village, happily cooking and eating pflugberry …

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May 27

Steven Universe (A Review)

Note: I started this review approximately 2 years ago but never finished it. As I hope to get back into cartoon reviews (as well as my new book reviews!), I’ll start with finishing this. It’s been quite a while since I last did a cartoon review, partially because I have not been doing much writing …

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May 26

LitRing Facebook Teamhop & Free eBook!

Just writing a quick note on the blog to encourage people to check out a fun event I am involved in over on Facebook! A large group of authors have joined up to do battle over what team is better, Unicorns or Dragons! I, myself, have joined Team Unicorn because the upcoming sequel to my …

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May 22

Steelheart (Reckoners #1) by Brandon Sanderson, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: Steelheart (Reckoners #1) Author: Brandon Sanderson Genre: Urban Fantasy/Dystopia Release Date: September 24, 2013 Synopsis (from Amazon): Ten years ago, Calamity came. It was a burst in the sky that gave ordinary people extraordinary powers. The awed public started calling them Epics. Epics are no friends of man. With incredible gifts came the …

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May 15

Dear Mr. Henshaw by Beverly Cleary, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: Dear Mr. Henshaw Author: Beverly Cleary Genre: Literary Fiction/Epistolary Release Date: August 1983 Synopsis (from Amazon): Beverly Cleary’s timeless Newbery Medal-winning book explores difficult topics like divorce, insecurity, and bullying through the thoughts and emotions of a sixth-grade boy as he writes to his favorite author, Boyd Henshaw. After his parents separate, Leigh …

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May 10

Now presenting: Toonopolis, the Blog’s Books for Boys reviews!

I am excited to announce that I have added a new feature to my blog: book reviews. Here is a quick explanation as to why I am doing this from my new Books for Boys review page: “While searching for book blogs for submitting my own works, I realized that the majority of middle grade/young adult blogs …

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