Tuesday 18 October 2016

Blog Tour Spotlight - Brainwalker by Robyn Mundell & Stephan Lacast

Robyn Mundell & Stephan Lacast
Release Date: September 26, 2016
Publisher: DualMind Publishing
Genre: Science Fiction
Format: Ebook/Paperback

Book Description:
Fourteen year-old Bernard is full of out of the box ideas—ideas that nobody appreciates. Not his ultra-rational father, not his classmates, and definitely not his teacher, who’s fed up waiting for Bernard’s overdue science project. You’d think with a hotshot quantum physicist for a dad, the assignment would be easy as “pi”, but with his relationship with his father on rocky ground, Bernard is under more pressure than a helium atom.

And Bernard’s impulse control flies out the window when he’s stressed. So instead of turning in his project, he moons the class and gets suspended. Now his dad’s got no choice but to bring him to his work. At the Atom Smasher. It’s the chance of a lifetime for Bernard, who knows smashing atoms at the speed of light can—theoretically—make wormholes. How about that for the most mind-bending science project ever? But when he sneaks into the particle accelerator and someone hits the power button, Bernard ends up in the last place he’d ever want to be.

Inside his father’s brain.

And it’s nothing like the spongy grey mass Bernard studied at school. It’s a galaxy, infinite and alive. Like, people live there. A mysterious civilization on the brink of extinction, as unaware of their host as he is of them. But there’s zero time to process this. Bernard’s about to be caught up in an epic struggle between the two sides of his dad’s brain over their most precious resource:

Mental Energy.

With his father’s life at stake, Bernard must go up against the tyrannical left side of his father’s brain to save the dying, creative right side. But how the heck is he supposed to do that when he’s just a hopelessly right-brained kid himself?

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About the Authors:
Robyn Mundell is an award winning playwright. A graduate of New York University, she performed in dozens of plays in New York. She studied with such theater legends as Uta Hagen, Lee Strasberg, and Stella Adler.

Robyn wrote and performed in several of her own plays including Pieces of O and Traveling Bowls of Soup, produced by Pulitzer-prize winner Beth Henley. Traveling Bowls of Soup opened at the Met theater to rave reviews and received several Drama-Logue awards. Robyn has since been selling original screenplays and TV pilots to major film companies and networks. She is the daughter of Canadian Nobel laureate Robert A. Mundell, and is married to actor-playwright Raymond J. Barry. Together, they have four children.

French-Born Stephan Lacast likes to think of himself as a geek, which depending on your  dictionary means either “knowledgeable about computers”, or “boring social misfit.” At the age of twelve his idea of fun was building computers and programming, and by fifteen he was a contributor to a computer magazine. A graduate of Paris-Dauphine University, he holds a Bachelor in Economics, a Master in Business Administration, and a Master of Advanced Studies in Information Systems.

After teaching at Dauphine University, Stephan went on to work as a consultant and engineer for one of the top ten Information Technology services companies in Europe, before deciding to leave Paris and move to the United States.

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Monday, October 3 – Book featured at A Title Wave
Wednesday, October 5 – Book featured at Harmonious Publicity
Thursday, October 6 – Guest blogging at I’m Shelf-ish
Monday, October 10 – Book featured at Literal Exposure
Thursday, October 13 – Book featured at As the Page Turns
Friday, October 14 – Guest blogging at Write and Take Flight
Monday, October 17 – Book featured at The Bookworm Lodge
Tuesday, October 18 – Book featured at CBY Book Club
Wednesday, October 19 – Book featured at Bound 2 Escape
Thursday, October 20 – Guest blogging at Straight From the Author’s Mouth
Friday, October 21 – Book featured at My Bookish Pleasures
Tuesday, October 25 – Book featured at Authors and Readers Book Corner
Friday, October 28 – Book featured at Mello and June
Friday, November 4 – Interviewed at The Review From Here
Monday, November 7 – Book featured at Confessions of an Eccentric Bookaholic
Tuesday, November 8 – Guest blogging at The Dark Phantom
Thursday, November 10 – Book featured at Voodoo Princess
Tuesday, November 15 – Interviewed at Deal Sharing Aunt
Thursday, November 17 – Guest blogging at The Writer’s Life
Friday, November 18 – Book featured at Just Us Book Blog
Tuesday, November 22 – Book featured at Lover of Literature
Thursday, November 24 – Book featured at The Literary Nook

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1 comment:

  1. This is definitely an imaginative concept. Sounds very intriguing.