St. George Book Festival

This morning I attended the St. George Book Festival. It was much smaller than I thought it would be. I was expecting dozens of authors but there were just a handful of them there.
I had a good time meeting local authors, discovering new books and best of all I came home with some great books to reveiw. Thanks to the authors who provided me reveiw copies!
Hidden Mickey
Hidden Mickey by Nancy Temple Rodrigue & David W. Smith
While running a spirited Mouse Adventure road rally through Disneyland, best friends Adam & Lance stumble across a long-lost diary of Walt Disney’s. The diary hints of hidden treasure and leads them on a wild cross-country search filled with discoveries – about the famous man, his life, and about themselves.
I Asked Her Out, She Said Yes - Now What? A Crash Course in Dates That Lead to Relationships
I Asked Her Out, She Said Yes – Now What?
This book is a simple, straightforward, logical guide to dating the right way. No gimmicks, no tricks, just practical advice that really works. If you’re new to the dating scene, fed up with short-lived relationships, sick of awkward dates with girls, or would just like to fine-tune your dating skills, this book is definitely for you. The advice in this book will restore your perspective, help you find relationships that last, and give you some practical hints and tips to help you-and the girl you asked out-feel great about the first date and beyond. Whether you’re new to dating, or you’ve been doing it for years, you’ll walk away from this book with the skills necessary to have success in dating.
Lizzie's Blue Ridge Memories
Lizzie’s Blue Ridge Memories by Virginia Elisabeth Farmer
Lizzie’s father finds himself out of work during the General Motors Strike in 1970. He packs up his family and takes them to his mother’s farm in Virginia where the city girls are in for an adventure.
They meet country neighbors, learn how to milk cows, fish with a cane pole and feed the chickens.
Lizzie learns about death but encounters many joyful experiences along the way as she meets extended family members.
The Adventures of Blondie McGoo and Puddles Pinkerton
The Adventures of Blondie McGoo and Puddles Pinkerton by John “Doug” Wood
Blondie and Puddles are the best of friends and never pass up an opportunity for adventure. So when a new girl, Mary Lou, moves to town and revives local legends about a bank robber, hidden caves, and forgotten gold, Blondie and Puddles are ready with a plan, but they’ll need some help. Along for the ride is Mary Lou, who has the coolest dog Puddles has ever seen, a Great Dane named Noble.
Together with Mary Lou, her grandpa, and Noble, Blondie and Puddles must explore legends and caves, as well as battle criminals, to find the truth behind the stories and maybe even find the gold!
Fixer-Mixer and Friends of Gooseville
Fixer-Mixer and Friends of Gooseville by Althea Southwick
Should Fixer-Mixer befriend a new goose who is different than the rest of his friends?
Or should he treat her like the rest of them and ignore his own feelings about the situtation?
Over the Moon
Over the Moon by Diane Daniels
When seventeen-year-old Tiana moves to Hurricane, Utah, her comfortable world is turned upside down as she traverses the rough waters of adjusting to a small town and new school. Her father insists they were supposed to move here for some unknown, important purpose, and the voice in her head tells her not to argue. After resigning herself to being a miserable outcast, Tiana finds that she is not only accepted by most of the students at her new high school but is also the recipient of unwelcome attention from the opposite sex. But then she meets the mysterious Andrew Martin and is soon Over the Moon crazy about him. Andrew seems to be the perfect boyfriend: protective, tender, good with her parents, and a fabulous kisser. But he also has a few unusual qualities: an intuitiveness that borders on mind reading, a touch that seems to heal, and almost superhuman strength. Tiana marvels at his talents but doesn’t seriously consider the implications until she can no longer ignore the clues: Andrew does not belong on Earth. When Andrew admits his true identity, Tiana enters a world previously unknown to her and is plunged into mortal danger as it is Andrew’s sworn duty to combat evil, extraterrestrial villains who wish to invade Earth and enslave mankind. Join Diane Daniels for a romantic adventure in Over the Moon, which will take you to a world where the impossible comes to life.