Friday, May 14, 2021

New and Notable: The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman by Robin Gregory

I'm starting a new "good Karma" thing on Twitter, in which I ask authors to share their work with me. Starting today, and every Friday, I will pick one intriguing book from all who tweeted to me to give it a little signal boost here and on my social media.

This week, I'm stoked about this book:

About The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman

Moojie Littleman is not just another disabled orphan, he is not just a kid who falls into a series of magical, mystical adventures involving goats, bees, and a girl. He is, above all, the most unlikely hero ever known. Through friendship with alien outcasts, Moojie discovers his healing powers and a surprising destiny ... if only he can survive one, last terrifying trial.
 
Welcome to Moojie's mythical world of mayhem and merriment, where miracles are standard fare, mistaken identity is rampant, and the desire to belong can be dangerous.
  
From screenwriter and award-winning novelist, Robin Gregory, comes a masterful debut about family and first love--brimming with compassion, lyricism, and originality. Winner of 24 awards.

 Buy a Copy

Meet the Author


Robin Gregory is a storyteller who was born in Florida, but currently lives in the Land of Oz--California. She was raised amid cowboys and hippies, poppies and rattlesnakes, which frequent her stories. She likes to talk to animals, and sometimes they talk back, but mostly they just eat and poop. Her novels include fainting goats, supernaturals, scoundrels, and a hero in the throes of love. You won't find blood-spurting limbs, vampires, or potty-mouthed dragons. As a rule. You can find her on Twitter @tweety_robin or robingregory.net


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