Saturday, 23 September 2017

Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World by Bryan Davis Blog Tour and Giveaway!


Welcome to my stop on the Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World blog tour!! I love this author's books, I've read maybe 11 of his, but maybe more ;) There are two giveaways for the tour but for the Grand prize you need to do a little work! At each stop, the blog post will have a number that you need to find, (mine is in pink), add all the numbers together and enter the total into the giveaway below, but wait till you have every number!! Hope you have fun on the scavenger hunt and learning more about this awesome book!!

Title: Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World
Author: Bryan Davis
Pages: 256
Published: October 1st 2017


About the Book
Eddie Hertz is smart, real smart. He has to be. What other twelve-year-old patrols the streets of Nirvana alone, hoping to foil the schemes of the evil Mephisto? Since Eddie is small for his age, he trusts in his Batman-style gadgets belt and acrobatic skills as well as lots of experience, like knowing how to swing across dark alleys without being seen.
Eddie has a dream, to become like Damocles, Nirvana’s great superhero. To make that dream come true, Eddie invented a device that is supposed to give him superpowers, but using it on himself is dangerous, maybe even fatal. He doesn’t have the nerve to try it.
When Mephisto unleashes an earthquake machine on the city, Eddie gets a surprising teammate — his quirky eight-year-old sister, Samantha, who comes up with an unexpected way to help Eddie in the frantic battle to prevent the biggest earthquake of all.Since Damocles has lost his ability to help in physical form, Eddie and Samantha are the only hope for Nirvana and the world.
Available on Amazon

Character Interview: 


Interview with Jack – Store clerk at Electronics Depot
Natalie: Thank you for the interview, Jack. Would you please tell me how you know Eddie and Samantha Hertz?
Jack: Sure, I always called them Megahertz and Kilohertz. Really funny, right? Anyway, Eddie used to come to our store all the time looking to get parts for stuff he’s working on. Since his mom doesn’t have much money, Eddie used to trade for the parts. He had this cool Virtual Reality helmet he invented, and he’d let me play with it. You know, I get a few hours on it and he’d get the parts, usually components we’re selling on the cheap to clear out for new models, like solar cells or computer chip sets. So, wanting to be a nice guy, I helped him out, you know, because his mom works hard to make ends meet.
Natalie: Yes, I heard about their father.
Jack: Yeah, really tragic. The way Eddie tells it, he was a great dad. Not too many of them around anymore.
Natalie: And how do you know Samantha?
Jack: One day Eddie brought her into the store, and she had her hair all tied up real cute, you know, pink ribbons, the whole nine yards. That made me suspicious right away. I mean, what little girl gets dolled up so early in the morning just to go to an electronics store, right?
Anyway, Eddie said he wanted a computer/projector combo we had on sale, but I said that it’s worth a lot more than hours on a VR helmet, you know what I mean? Then he offered to trade the helmet itself for the stuff he wanted. Well, that helmet’s worth thousands. It’s like beyond state of the art, so I said sure. But Eddie knew it was worth a lot so he wanted some cash on top of the other stuff.  Reasonable, right? So I went to the boss’s office and told him what it’s worth. The boss said to give Eddie, I don’t remember, maybe a couple of hundred for it, even though it’s worth a lot more.
When I came out, Eddie knew exactly how much we said it was worth, even though there was no way he could’ve heard what we said in the office. I don’t know what happened, but Samantha was grinning like she was about to get cheese fries, or like someone told her to look as cute as possible so I couldn’t argue too much with Eddie. Anyway, the boss and I were busted, so we gave Eddie quite a bit more money, still not as much as the helmet was worth, but Eddie took it.
To this day, I feel like it was a setup. Somehow Eddie must have invented a listening device, and Samantha had something to do with it. Maybe I’ll never know.
Natalie: That’s quite a story, Jack. Have you spoken to either of them since that day?
Jack: Yeah, they both came into the store not long after the big quake. Eddie wanted a whole new computer system, the best we had. As you can imagine, the quake ruined most of the store’s inventory. The ceiling collapsed and crushed a lot of stuff, and we were still cleaning up. Wanting to be a nice guy, I gave him a super deal on a great computer. It just had a bent case. I told him he could pay it off over six months, no interest. Well, he handed me a wad of cash. I asked him what happened? Did he get an inheritance or something? Or maybe he robbed a bank? And again, Samantha just grinned at me, but now she wasn’t wearing pink ribbons. She had a cape, you know, like Superman. Or Supergirl, I guess. That’s the last time I saw either of them.
Natalie: Thank you very much, Jack. I appreciate all the information about Eddie and Samantha Hertz.
Jack: Not a problem. But if you figure out what they’re up to, shoot me an email. Okay?
Natalie: That’s not likely, Jack. I think they’re both too smart to reveal their secrets.

About the Author:
Bryan Davis is the author of the Dragons in Our Midst, Oracles of Fire, Children of the Bard, the Reapers Trilogy, Dragons of Starlight, Tales of Starlight, and the Time Echoes Trilogy, fantasy/science fiction/dystopian novels for youth and adults. His first novel, Raising Dragons, was released in July of 2004, and several books in that series have hit various bestseller lists, including Eye of the Oracle, which hit number one on the CBA Young Adult best-seller list in January of 2007.Bryan was born in 1958 and grew up in the eastern U.S. From the time he taught himself how to read before school age, through his seminary years and beyond, he has demonstrated a passion for the written word, reading and writing in many disciplines and genres, including theology, fiction, devotionals, poetry, and humor.Bryan is a graduate of the University of Florida (B.S. in Industrial Engineering). In high school, he was valedictorian of his class and won various academic awards. He was also a member of the National Honor Society and voted Most Likely to Succeed.Bryan and his wife, Susie, work together as an author/editor team to create his imaginative tales.
Author writing blog – www.theauthorschair.com
Twitter - @bryandavisauth


Giveaway 1:
Giveaway is the winner's choice of any Bryan Davis book, plus a Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World T-Shirt and bookmark
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Giveaway 2:

Grand Prize - the items from the first giveaway PLUS a complete Bryan Davis book series of the winner’s choice or a $50 Amazon gift card.

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Blog Tour Schedule: 


Wednesday, September 20th


Tour Kickoff @ The Author’s Chair


Book Spotlight @ Backing Books


Book review and YOU WRITE: About Bryan Davis @ Zerina Blossom’s Books


Book Spotlight and Review @ The Spooky Bookshelf


Book Spotlight and Author Interview @ Scattered Scribblings


Book Review and Character Interview @ Light and Shadows

Thursday, September 21st


Book Spotlight and YOU WRITE: About Bryan Davis @ Red Lettering


Spotlight and Author Interview @ The Reader Addict


Spotlight and YOU WRITE: About Bryan Davis @ target verified


Book Review and Character Interview @ Hidden Doorways


Book Review @ Ashley Bogner


Book Review @ The Page Dreamer

Friday, September 22nd


Book Spotlight and Character Interview @ Story of Fire


Book Review @ Inkwell


Book Spotlight and Character Interview @ Liv K. Fisher


Book Review @ writinganyone


Spotlight and YOU WRITE: About Superheroes @ Dreams and Dragons


Author Interview and YOU WRITE: About Bryan Davis @ March to a Different Drum


Book Spotlight @ Author Jaye L. Knight


Saturday, September 23rd


Author Interview @ Jessi L. Roberts, author


You are here: Book Spotlight and Character Interview @ Book Lovers Life


Book Review and Character Interview @ Verbosity Reviews


Book Spotlight, Author Interview and YOU WRITE: Superheroes @ Creature of Graphite


Character Interview @ Wanderer’s Pen


Book Spotlight and Author Interview @ Adventure Awaits

4 comments:

  1. Natalie, thank you for the post and the fun interview. :-)

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  2. Ok, that interview was surprisingly awesome. I like the character you chose and the angle you took. Nice work!

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    1. I chose a minor character because those are just as awesome as the main ones ;) Thanks.

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