Mom Read It

If the kids are reading it, chances are I have, too.

About Rosemary August 27, 2011

Children’s & academic librarian, comic book obsessive, mother of dragons (some call them boys), bibliomaniac and knitter. I also write about comics and pop culture at On Wednesdays, We Wear Capes and tweet @roesolo.


3 Responses to “About Rosemary”

  1. jgiambrone Says:


    Transfixion, a new action-packed YA sci-fi novel from Solstice Publishing, has been compared to Hunger Games, Walking Dead, Battlestar Galactica and the works of Philip K. Dick.

    Review e-book available. More info here:

  2. Sara Says:

    Hello Rosemary,

    I work for Skyhorse Publishing and was wondering if you would like to receive review copies of our Sky Pony Books, in particular, Mark Cheverton’s Gameknight999 series. Please visit our Sky Pony Press website at for more information about the book. If you would like to receive the three books from the series, please send me an email with your best reached shipping address. Thanks!

  3. HI Rosemary,
    As Sara mentioned above, I’d love to have you review my book, Invasion of the Overworld. This is a middle grade book that is set in the world of Minecraft. It focuses a light on cyber bullying and the dealing with anxiety and fear that can many times come along with the bullying. To date, we’re approaching 100,000 copies sold and is going to be offered internationally next year. But the important thing that I’m hearing from my readers is…they are reading.

    I made this trailer for the books:
    but I’d ask that you look at the comments, specifically Aidans’ comment. He wrote “thank you i love reading again!!!!”
    These are kind of comments that I’m getting from both parents and kids alike, but I heard the most comments last Christmas when the Invasion of the Overworld hit #30 on Amazon’s top 100 list for all books…it was very exciting.

    Anyway, I would love to send you book 1 in my Minecraft series, or maybe the entire series for you to review. These books are using that which kids love, Minecraft, as a vehicle to deliver a positive social message, while at the same time keeping their noses in a book.


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