Diary Surprised Illustrated Children’s Book Now Available
Dairy Surprised, a fun little book telling the adventures of two little mice, is now available on Amazon as an e-book or paperback.
The Adventures of Sawyer and Finn
A Twist of Science in Every Tale!
Sawyer and Finn are mice living in Farmer Huckleberry’s barn. They are cousins and best friends.
Dairy Surprised tells the story of their adventures one Saturday with Sam the horse and Polly the cow. Sawyer and Finn explore the barn and learn about cows and dairy products.
“It’s Saturday, and anything can happen on Saturday!” says Sawyer.
The book is fully illustrated with hand drawn and colored pictures throughout.
Suitable for children ages 4 to 8, Dairy Surprised includes educational material with more dairy and butter facts, a related science experiment for kids (with adult supervision), and links to Sawyer & Finn puzzles and coloring pages available for free download.
Dairy Surprised is currently exclusive to Amazon and costs only $2.99 for the e-book or $7.99 for the full-color paperback.
We are adding coloring pages and puzzles to the Lakehouse Publishing website, starting today! Click on the link to download any you would like. Lakehouse does not collect your information and would never allow any spam or cookies.
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Download and enjoy! We’ll be adding more puzzles and coloring pages to the website and creating a special page for Sawyer & Finn’s adventures in the next couple of weeks. So be sure to bookmark us and come visit again.
Roy D. Mercer’s “Fishin’ Tales” Now Available!
The e-book is currently only $4.99 and the trade paperback edition is $9.99.
Roy D. Mercer is best known for his colorful phone calls and threats of ass whuppin’s and pop knots, but people who really know Roy realize there’s more to him than misunderstandings. There’s family and there’s fishing.
Few people are aware that Roy keeps a journal filled with observations about his family and his fishing trips. This book shares his tales about life in the double wide with his wife Sharon Gene, son Raymond, and step-daughter Lateesha. And of course, Lateesha’s dog, Bon Jovi.
As Roy says, “There always seems to be a ruckus goin’ around here. There was a time when I could settle ‘em down. But then the druggist started gettin’ suspicious at how much Nyquil we’s buyin’.”
It’s always something at the Mercer trailer.
“We just got back from a funeral. Sharon Gene’s cousin, Kelly Gene. His poor mamma was a dislessic and she always thought she named him after the dancer. Died of lime disease. Not from a tick bite, though. No, Kelly Gene was down in Quarez on a Tequila bender and as near as them Mexican doctors could tell, he sucked so many limes, he puckered his windpipe shut and assphixinated. Bad case of lime disease,” said Roy.
There are plenty of homemaking and child rearing tidbits here, but don’t miss out on all of Roy’s great fishing tips and tricks.
Roy doesn’t hold with store-bought bait. He prefers to make his own and he gives out some of the recipes in this book, like:
“Went out there and caught two or three perdy good-sized bass. Done it on some bait I made out of out-of-date biscuit dough, Cocoa Pebbles, and the run-off oil from a can of tuna fish.” You just can’t buy that kind of wisdom at the bait shop.
He also tells of some of his favorite fishing holes while recounting fishing trips with his many fishing buddies.
“Back on Tuesday, me and Raymond went and trickled off down the right leg of Wet Trouser Creek. If you get one of them lake and stream maps, it shows up on that thing as three or four little dark spots that trails off just south of the Tee-Tee River,” Roy says. “I did alright, but Raymond didn’t catch a thing. I told him it was ‘cause of the way he was workin’ his worm. You know usually you want to work a worm slowly back towards you, but for some reason, down on wet trouser creek, to catch anything you got to really give your worm a good shakin’.”
So dive on into Roy’s world and learn the true country way to reel in baskets of fish and deal with family trials and tribulations.
About the Author
“Mama and Daddy was working on the Hoover Dam back in the late ‘20s or early ‘30s. Daddy was a welder and Mama hauled them weldin’ rods. You know there’s just something about two folks up on a scaffolding by theyselves. It’s hot and they got them big weldin’ goggles on and such, and nature just took its course.
“They was a team, welder and weld-rod holder. Course she held more than just his weld-rod from what I understand. I come out nine months later with a full-growed set a teeth and doubled up fists.”
Mortal Choices, Murder Mystery, Now Available!
Lakehouse Publishing is proud to announce our first mystery book, Mortal Choices by D.E. Newcomb, is now available all major online e-tailers as an e-book for only $2.99. The print version is available through Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
Fire destroys without conscience.
It burns victims to ashes and evidence to dust.
Local police have just linked the disappearance of several area residents. A task force is created to investigate, but no one yet realizes a killer is hunting on the quiet suburban streets, snatching his victims without witnesses and seemingly at random.
When Terry and Amanda join forces, following the scant leads available, they discover what may be the elusive link between the missing people. Can a decades-old fire really be the connection? And why do so many trails lead back to a local funeral home? Was a cunning serial killer forged in that fire?
The couple’s independent investigation uncovers leads and evidence, landing them in the middle of the case and in a killer’s crosshairs.
About the Author
D.E. Newcomb is a seasoned journalist with more than a decade’s experience and degrees in journalism and English. She spent many years on the beat as a newspaper and magazine reporter and editor before turning her attention to writing mystery fiction.
Mortal Choices is her first mystery and it is the first book in the Mortal series. The second book, Mortal Deeds, is slated for publication Spring 2013.
Visit her blog at http://denewcomb.wordpress.com for publishing updates and bonus content.