Believeby Jo-Marie Children – Action 136 Pages Reviewed on 02/13/2017 Book Review
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers’ Favorite
Believe by Jo-Marie is the exciting story of Adi and her friends whose world exists in a forest. Adi lives in Maple Community, a small town inside a Sugar Maple tree in Vermont. One day they realize that there…..
It took me longer than expected, but the final book in the first Adi’s World Series is in print! And my copies were delivered.
The fourth and final book in the first Adi’s World series has just been submitted for production. It has now successfully passed content review and evaluation. It has gone through another round of revision and editing. And just now the manuscript was emailed to Westbow Press to enter into the final production stage. I can’t wait to see it in pdf format……
It feels good to be at my desk writing again. Believe, book four of the Adi’s World first series, is going through another thorough revision/edit. After this it finally goes into production. I can’t wait to hold it in my hands.
This is the photo most of you chose. Thanks to all who responded on this website and to those who replied on my live.com account. I really appreciate all your comments, ideas, and suggestions.
The main reason you gave for this cover choice is that it’s the most natural looking setting. You also liked the forest in the background.
The cover artists will crop it and…..
The cover to Believe is the opening to Tunnel Town which is an underground village connected to an ant colony. The book’s title will be above the opening and my name will be in the bottom right corner. Please let me know what you like. If you think one won’t work, please share that with me as well. These photos are from Thinkstock Images. The publisher’s artists will adapt them to fit the cover. All ideas are welcome. Thanks for…..
Yippee! Book 4 of the Adi’s World series, Believe, has been revised (again) and is now ready for delivery to my great line editors!!!!
I can’t wait to share it with all of you.
I finished the first full read through. I know I’m biased, but I like it!
Later today I print a copy and hand it to my editor on Sunday. And the next stage begins.