Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

I’m not sure who is leaking information over at Sir Brody Books, but the press caught wind that I had a book going to print soon. After months of listening to their pitiful pleading to sneak a peak at the story, I decided to send advance copies of I’m 12 Years Old And I Saved The World to a select group who I knew would be painfully honest.

While I expected the reviews to be nothing short of verbal assault, the comments were remarkably positive. Here is what a few of the first readers had to say.

“It’s so good that I forgot you wrote it!”—Esther, my 11-year-old daughter

“Hey Uncle D,

Just finished your book and I really, really liked it! The book was funny, surprising, and entertaining. I really liked how you ended it with a cliffhanger. I really want to know what happens to [character’s name removed for privacy]! Thanks for the book and I really enjoyed it!”—Knox, my 12-year-old nephew
“Finished reading the book just now and I can honestly say I loved it! Definitely a book I would recommend once it’s published!”—Abigail, 14-year-old bookworm
As you can tell, these critical reviews are from some of the hardest-to-please pros in the industry and are a sure sign that this book is on the right track. Stay tuned to find out when you can get your mitts and mittens on a copy.