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Saturday, May 9, 2020

#SaturdaySpotlight is on Andy Zach & Secret Supers AudioBook!

Good Morning from Nacogdoches, TX!

Yep, I drove up on Thursday to visit my son after TX opened the borders on or about May 1st. Since I hadn't seen him since Christmas and Thursday (7th) was his birthday and tomorrow is Mother's Day, we figured this was a good weekend to visit.

On Wednesday I hosted my first audiobook tour and I've scheduled them further apart through the next few months, but this time you're getting two in the same week LOL!

Please welcome, Andy Zach and Secret Supers on tour through.....

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Author: Andy Zach

Narrator: Luke Castle

Length: 3 hours 3 minutes

Publisher: Jule Inc.

Released: Jan. 6, 2020

Genre: Middle Grade; Science Fiction

Jeremy Gentle fell flat on his face at therapy. That was normal since he had cerebral palsy. But his new superpower wasn't normal. Then, things got weirder when his best friend Dan Elanga got a different superpower. But Dan was still blind. Kayla Verdera and Aubrey Wilcosky, two girls in their middle-school special ed class, discovered they too had new superpowers. Kayla was mute and needed a walker. Aubrey lost two legs and used crutches. But they were as powerful as the boys. What should the four friends do? Jeremy knew if the word got out, it'd be a media circus. Then, they started fighting crime as the Secret Supers. Who knew a disability could be a perfect disguise? No one would ever think of disabled kids as superheroes. But they ran into problems they never expected.
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Andy Zach was born Anastasius Zacharias, in Greece. His parents were both zombies. Growing up, he loved animals of all kinds. After moving to the United States as a child, in high school, he won a science fair by bringing toads back from suspended animation. Before turning to fiction, Andy published his Ph.D. thesis "Methods of Revivification for Various Species of the Kingdom Animalia" in the prestigious JAPM, Journal of Paranormal Medicine. Andy, in addition to being the foremost expert on paranormal animals, enjoys breeding phoenixes. He lives in Illinois with his five phoenixes. With his first book, "Zombie Turkeys" Andy blazed new ground in paranormal humor. The second book in his Life After Life Chronicles, "My Undead Mother-in-law" expands the zombie plague from turkeys to humans, with hilarious results. You can find both volumes on Amazon Kindle, Createspace print, and Audible audiobook editions. Not content to keep in zombies earthbound, Andy puts them afloat in his third book, "Paranormal Privateers". Just when you thought every funny zombie trope had been explored, new humorous horizons open up. You can get "Paranormal Privateers" in Kindle and print formats. The audiobook is available now on Audible. Having conquered paranormal animal humor in his first series, Andy Zach launches into middle school superhero genre with Secret Supers. Four disabled seventh graders all get superpowers. Who knew a disability could be so useful for hiding a superpower? But the four friends, Jeremy, Dan, Kayla, and Aubrey confront problems that can't be solved by superpowers.

Luke Castle

I’m just your average nerd living out in the heart of Texas. (Actually, more to the side but heart sounds way cooler) As the only 17-year-old narrator I know of, I hope to be part of putting God’s messages in people's everyday lives, and also to show other youth that we are capable of taking on something that might be deemed as ”only for adults.” If I finish my homework on time you can normally find me reading, writing a new debate case, cooking up a new recipe that I just have to try, or taking a nice long walk.  



Wow! I hope you enjoyed today's spotlight as much as I did. Wishing Andy & Luke the best of luck and God's blessings!
Until next time, take care and God bless.


Alicia Dean said...

Hi Pam, hope you're having a great visit with your son. Happy Mother's Day! Wow, Andy, sounds like a great 'listen'. Intriguing premise. I love audio books! Congrats and best wishes!

Alina K. Field said...

Happy Mother's Day Pam!

And I have to say, those are two of the most entertaining bios I've ever read! The story sounds great as well. Best of luck!

Jacqueline Seewald said...

I think teens are intrigued by zombies. So this should do very well.

Happy Mother's Day!

Luke Castle said...

Thanks so much for the shoutout!