Thursday, April 6, 2017

PIPER MORGAN MAKES A SPLASH & OUTRAGEOUS POOLS



Super Stephanie Faris is hanging out with us today on the last leg of her trending book tour which started on 4/3.  So far, Piper has Been in Charge, Joined the Circus and come To The Rescue. An adorable character, it's always fun to see what Piper will get into next! This time around in the charming series, Morgan tries her hand at acting and here's a quick blurb.


"Piper’s mom is helping out at a local pool shop, and the owner wants to shoot a commercial for his store. Piper thinks it’s the PERFECT opportunity to get in front of the camera and experience a little bit of showbiz. But will Piper’s contribution to the TV commercial make a splash—or will it go belly-up?"

In addition, Stephanie offers us Tween books that are awe-inspiring and thought provoking like Best.Night.Ever. (coming in August), 25 Roses, and 30 Days of No Gossip.



I'm a reader of romance, suspense, mystery and nonfiction novels, but ever since I met Stephanie Faris in 2014,  I'm truly all in with her modern breakout children's stories.


You can also have tons of fun over at Stephanie's Blog, where she talks about topics we can all relate to.  She's officially a children's author, but even better, Stephanie's a really cool person we wouldn't mind spending time with over a cup of coffee or a really good movie.


 
As Stephanie and I were chatting about Piper Makes a Splash, the topic of pools came up.  Now all those shapes and sizes have endless possibilities.  I can't swim, because when I was supposed to be getting lessons, socializing became my priority, much to the chagrin of my mom.  So while I dare not dangle anything but my feet in those gorgeous pools to avoid any unnecessary drama, uhh..like death,  I still admire these architectural masterpieces. What about you? Have you been able to swim in an unusual pool? Would you try one of these?











Stephanie Faris is the author of the middle grade books 30 Days of No Gossip and 25 Roses, as well as the Piper Morgan chapter book series. An accomplished freelance writer, her work has appeared in Writer's Digest, The Writer, Pacific Standard, Mental Floss, and The Week, among many others.

She interacts regularly across many Social Media Platforms, and her book is also available for purchase. All links are listed below.







16 comments:

  1. Thank you for including Piper...and those pools!!! Now I want summer to be here so I can go for a swim!

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    1. Aren't those pools fabulous? Hugs...

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  2. Hi, Ro! I'm stopping by on Stephanie's "Piper Morgan Makes a Splash" Blog Tour. Unusual pools? About a million years ago when I was a teenager, I went to a party at a home in Kansas City that had a pool (room?) on the ground floor of the house. Half of the heated pool was inside this specially built room of the house and half was outside. I think the father was sun-sensitive or something, but loved to swim and the house had been specially built. It's difficult to describe and it sounds really weird, but it was amazing.

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    1. Wow! This sounds like it was so much fun and unique! What a way to have a party! Thanks so much for stopping by Valerie and hope you have a fab weekend! Hugs...RO

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  3. Stephanie's Piper Morgan Books are so colorful that I am sure they will draw attention just by their covers alone!!!
    Now...for those pools RO:
    #1 to scary
    #2 to high
    #3 to claustrophobic
    #4 YES!!!
    #5 no
    #6 to sterile looking
    #'s 7 thru 12 no...and the winner for me is...#4!!!

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    1. The covers are super fun to look at for sure Jan! # 4 looks very relaxing and soothing. Hugs

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  4. Steph is sure splashing around the blogosphere:)
    Look at all the pools for Piper to swim in!
    Hope both of you have a great weekend.

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    1. Hope your weekend is awesome as well. Steph does a good job of being available to readers and fans, and I love that! Aren't those pools amazing? Hugs...

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  5. Adorable series. Thanks for the post!

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    1. Her series is really fun for sure! Glad you stopped by and hope your weekend is fun! Hugs...

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  6. The Piper series sounds so fun. I would have read it at that age. I don't have much contact with the kids reading at this level, but I'll keep my eye out for a match. :)

    Oh man those pools! Most scare me or are just way out there. I think I'm a lake gal. LOL

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    1. You've got a good point, Sophia. Lakes have a lot less depth and would be perfect for fishing and relaxing. Happy Weekend! Hugs...

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  7. These books look wonderful. I can only imagine that they will be enjoyed!

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    1. They do look so fun and have great message! Thanks so much for stopping by Tammie! Hugs...

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    1. Those covers are fun, right? Hope all is well Anna!

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